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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887
Hotel Notices. iMORWVELL FAMILY HOTEL. W'. Muirdoch, S: , (LATE OF TIIE. CRICKETERS' HIOTEL.) ?r)EGS no inform Vi, nnrmeus Friens 'ard the Public Generallj, that he has' Prchased BJL:.toe abuoe.well-known 'I.stelrI" asl has tlmrth.d:hh Ilcno?vated and newly Fu' aai el itT1reugl t.t Henow olfer, I- ST-CLASS ACCOkiMIODATION for Travellurs, VsLen, aioi UtbeLii 'FI?ST-CLASS ALCOCKS 'BILLIAIRD TABLIE WINES IND SPIRITS OF TILE BIEST PROCUIIABL E BRANDS. :HORSES AND BUGGIES ON 1111R. GLRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTO1MERS' I[ORiSES ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL, MORWELL. EDMU"ND KELLEHER, PRO P It IETO . FIRST-CLASS ACCOMIMODATION FOR VISITORS AND) CO3 ' ME1CIAL TRIAVEILLERS. All Spirits, Wines, and Ales, of the Choicest Brands. GOO1) STABLING. GOOD I'ADDOCKS. Buggies? ad Saddle horses Alwa's oltninable onl hire. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, , ORWELI : -: :- Henry Breed, Proprietor, ?AVING just purclhased this faiut s Hotel, H Which for comfurt and order :tln others excel ; My P'ut...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 15 October 1887
-TO-MIOfRROW'S SERVICES. W\ESLEYAN CIURCII.-Divino sorvice will be held in the above church on Sunday next as follows : .Yinnar East, 11 a.m.; Hazelwood North, 3 p.m.; Mor1well, 7 p.m. Mr Algie, PnESYTERIANx C?UnCllu.-Divino service will be held in the above church on Sunday next as follows : Morwcll, 11 a,m., Driffiehl, 3 p.m., SMoe, 7 p.m., (MIechanics' Institute). MIr E. H. Smith. Central 7Mirbo,, 11 a.m.; 3Mirboo North, 3 p.m. ; 'Boolra, 7 'p.m. Mr E. Eldridge. SCalvtclc OF E.o;l.AXo.-Divino service will beheld in the above church on Sulday next as follows : Yinnar, 11 n.m., Hazelwood, 2.30 p.m,, Morwell, 7 p.m.
"THOU SHALT NOT STEAL." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
We are surprised to find our local con temporary referred to by the Trnralqon Record of yesterday as having forgotten the moral coneveyed in the lines of our schoolboy days " HI who takes what isn't his'n, When he's caught'.ll go to prison." Perhapls the lapse may bring to' the mind of our contemporary, that it musti sadly have fallen from Grace, when it, on one occasion, inveighed against th, tbre;I oll f ih Cormte adlnllml " TlIIu stdra t , ,it, alral.
OUR MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
OUII 31ECHANI'CS' INSTT'UTh?i Ou building lhas a debt of £265 on it. Think of that ye gentle public of Mfor well! and say, if you're going to let this state of thingfexist any longer. Surely our public institution should be more highly prized than this. It should be free and independent, and it is quite time it was made so, instead of allowing the debt on it, like a hoeay incubus. drag from year to year, whilst the in terest, like a greedy cormorant, is threateuing to swallow up the whole. \Vhat does this debt amount to, if divided amongst the population of the districts. Surely we are equal to the occasion, without waiting and relying on the proceeds of entertainments, which have proved ineffectual in the past. There is one way to relievo the crippled state of our Mechanics' Insti tute and free liltrary, and that is to dive into our pockets, and come to the relief. Remermber, we cannot afford to do without our :ilechaiics', and in its crippled condition, it falls far short of the i...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
COdMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Produce Report. TAarmAuc, ,LAn'ENrBO. , & L1AnLAW report :--At our weekly iproduce sale in the mart there was a good supply, andti attend ance large. Prices : Vugetables, celery to Is 6dl; beet. 8d 10d to Is; ruddish. 7d; car rots and parsnips Is Id to Is :d; caulillow;ers 3d to ild per head ; rlhrbarb, 9d and iod; plants. tid to Is 3d; potatoes, to 4i 3d per bat; flour. 15l Gd to Ils per Ibar; cheese to lid per Ib ; butter, over I00 lbs, 65d to 6fd per IbI; bacon, Gil, to Sd per lb ; fowls. 3t to to It per pair. Note: We sell at 2 p.m. evcr5 Saturday. Clearing sale. MArtanatr., LawnEsxoN .&L LAIDLarv re. tort having tehll a clearitn: sale for W. Davis, Esq., at his farm on Friday Oct 1 I tle There was at large attendance, bitbling betis anti prices fully Iup to late rates. Cows and springers., £4 2s td to £fi 17s id ; backward cows, £:l 2s id to £3 15; ;yoluag steers and Ielifers to £2 9t ; calves up to £2 ; horses £3 2s tid, to £17 Io6. Dai...
'TRARALGON ON THE RAMPAGE." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
'TIIARALGON OX TUE RAMIPAGE.' Oh ! the proud position of that mag nato, whose patriotic enthusiastm has caused the Journal to give such con vincing proofs of tile admiration be stowed on Traralgon's gallant king. "Traralgon's on the rampage." So writes the Traralgon War Correspon dent. Cr.'Peterkin Ihas sounded the war-note. The fiery cross has gone forth, and a mightsy response is made throughout the colony. Yes! all are ready and willing to fight for their rights. These hae hna linen trampled on shame lessly too long hby saucy F'rencnhmen. The country had never known of the injury inflicted on it, had it not been for the motion by Cr. l'eterkin, which the Traralgon War Correspotident for wrards us as follows : rAt the last Traralgon Shire Council meeting, Councillor I'eterkin rmovedi " That in the opinion of this council tihe landing and continued occupation of thie New Ilebrides by IFrench troops is a studied insult to the Ilmperial Go rernmiont and that of the Australian colonie...
Trip to the Proposed Bore Site. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
Ir'ip to the Propo:sed Bore Site. Yesterda- moIrning a p trtr consisting tof the ttantager of the I)iaeton Drill-31r. Milne. Me-?rs. Murdocl ad T'ulloer,, paidl a visit to the site cheses by thse teovern Itent tirologist. for the site of tie: bore to test the IaItzl\r.wod coal tdepo,it. The site of the bore is in thi'same gullr the drill was forTmerl at, set, ut Iwet lou lws thelr.ad. Tie road. t!ie party de-erile, as onee con tinuttus tIl hetle, nmre lit for hoat thani buggy. Thrmoghout the jeurner evi dences of tie- late vsierlnt r.inds were shown Ib tho nprenth:l tieto. OnI ( ,ta: Il tce re thte side of a hill, altrut 5 or G chalines hig. and about I chain wide, the trees are cot pletely torn dwn, aneel the party hidl .n sidetrail, diflie'thr in tttaking pro.gress 'the men till arrive in thie coree 4f a few tdays to mt:aLke a dain to coensetrve water for the drill, and operations -'sill anot be lot.ng delayed.
PRIZE ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
"---o-- ]Y WVILLIAM PASCOE, On the advanlages to be derived fruom Associations instituted for Mutual Aid of any kind : The limits of this essay are too narrow to explaini how much great ailisitges or results are produced by such stall pay inents. 'tables and other matter expsaii ing the laws rdl aive to financu amongst friendly societies may b hconsulted in the followinog bookh, ansd mlany, others :--"The Valuation of friendly Societies," by R. \\Watson; and "Ihrd;iicko's Manual for the lsee of I'atrins and Mlumberso of Friendly Societies," The small ceutribultions of nmany ilitmblltrs solon acquireo large tpurchasin power. Money is of a protiltic nmtlre. Benjamin I'ranklin says: " Five shillings turned is six; turned again, it is seven shillings and three pence, and so on ti: it blemtes £100. The more there is of it, the moro it plrodncesevery turniog, so that tim profits rise quicker ;and quicker." This isuhow it is in strong associations. Slhillings are added quiekly into pounds;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
Aulctiotteer's tIddresses. w Hmillo11 & c STOCK STATION AND COM.tMISSION AG 1NT 4; iMIELBOURNE AND W'ARRIAGUL A UCTION Sales condlrted in any part o-,f GipFl?si an rcgularly every Satur ldav'fnrtnight at our yards, lul linstn, asil \h' day firtnight at our Yards, loMrwell, , monthly at \VWarragl, Droninand Poo ne, and at the .Melibourne Corporation ;- ,.trds Newmarket, ev'ery wcek.i VALUATIONS MADE M+ONEY TO LEND. LARGE OR SMALL SUMS ON FREE HOLD OR LEASEHOLD IIhED OFFItoe 70 Queen street, Melbournc., T . L-PUBL1C NOTICE." A BRANCH OF OUJV USINESS HlAS BEEN :ESTABLISIIED AT ,ott's Royal Hlotel, Warangul, under the MANAGEM"IENT Op' Mr. Charle:s :Lousada Wm Hamilton & co, 70 Queen street, Melbourne. Marriage7 Lawr?venson, AND 'Lai.dlaw, -CATTLE 'SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE. FINANCIAL, AND S GENERAL COIMMISSION AGENTS, _,J VALUEIS, &c T_ ITT.o!;l'erditi:al tock Sales: .tralol 1 On altercate Mondays. ,ongahhlio.-On last Wednesday each .somth. i engatrry.-On sccondl T...
The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1887. TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
?tit ?juiortt, r-it Shtu·rti.?r. VOX PO.? ULI. (PUBLISHIED EVERY SATUR1DAY). SATURI)AY, OCTOBER 22, 1887. TO OUR READERS. IT is our desire and aim to make the MonwsEt.h AnuvE:nTsisnjustswhatitought to be-the fearless exponent of what is just and right. Too tender a regard for tie susceptibilities of those who hare " corns to tread upon " will not binld us in our strictures-whether in matters social or political. We will not allow the fear of offending over-sensitive patrons, who may stop their paper front expressing our honest convictions, be the matter what it any. WeV distinctly wish tile public to understiitd that the LoOliwELat AivnvlRirlbrIt is our stock-in. trado-similar to us what the merchant's stock is to himi. We will endeavour to let the public know that we have some thing that they heed, and cannot do without, that the space in it belongs to its, and is for sale, and, that it is worth so much per inch. If it be thought by business men that they.cannot afford it, we will ...
A REPLY TO "IGNORAMUS." (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
A REI'LY TO " IGNOltRAI, US." ('ro TArE EDITOR aOI0WEI.L ADVEIrt'Ioc?.) Sln,-- desire to ask through the muedium of your valuable journal ' HIow often does the Schoolmhnaster go Abroad " in your district ? In the Meorwell Buster, oth-lrwsise .;lorwtell tand Mirbuo Gazette, of ilst Tuesday, " Ignoramus," under the headilng of " Over the Tea Table," endeavors to attack me conse quent upon my issuing circulars to the effect that I anticipate starting a journal at Moe. In my travels I have met many different kinds of people- conceited nincompoops, dribbling idiots, and shallowed-brained fools-but never was it sny pleasing lot until the 18th instant to conic across a ina:n .() who was so well acquainted with his own measure 'and puny capabilities as " Ignoramus." First, the heading " Over the Tea Table ;" and, second, the nom de plsume which he takes unto himsclf. From what I can glean of his " skits"-save the mark !-he is just the man who would shine at a pe:ily bu and jam tart tea figh...
MIRBOO NORTH POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18. (Before A. W. Howitt, P.M., and C. Ogilvy and J. Inglis, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
:MIRBOO iORTII PO?LICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18. i(Before A. W. Flowitt, '..M., and C. Ogilhy anld J. Inglis, J's.P.) A. F. lRout v. E. Stuobur--Wurk and labor 'donc--£410'l. Order for the amount with •?l?. colts. Police v. C. Whelan- iTiving on the foot !path. Au " alibi" was ,proved,anud the case 'dismissed. ILiItEAL SALE OF DneIs,. 1[. S?lillinglaw proceeded against Itideway flor Hulling poisonous compound. The de ifenclant not being cithr a legally quillilied wmedical practitioner r a licensed pharmna 'ceotical chemist, the case was lostponsed. Same v. Bigelow-Similar offence. S uin. :mons not servedl. Sano v. Scarlett-A similar offence. Port. poned. Dlefelndant allowed o10. cost,.. Thisk 'was placed in the poor-t*x. Goons Sotan. Riclhards . lRoberts-claim for £L 14, :gooths aold and delivered. Order for amount "with is rests. Samne v. 310o. Keogh-goods sold and de livorell, £3 .Is 2d. 'Order for the amount. ,tCocts 7s. 'iThe courttthcn adjourned.
Yinnar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
Yinnar. -o r(Froe:'ourown Correspondent.) A very severe shock of earthquake was tfclt this evening .(Thurtsday), at 7.35 p.an. It appeared to travel from east to west. "Thi severity of it I can only describe by ,stating it shook .the bnttles olf Mr. WVicke .elthllve, and displaced a lodger from his seat. .Nothing imore scrimns occurrel, but in thle conrse of a few ar inlites It nlumboer -of pale faces couhl bu seen at the hotel, -applying for pItect to restore their blushes -once more. The shock ,lasted about one f[T'he shock was genUrally experienced -about the time linlicated by Our Corres ,lpondent, but thel ihuration 'is variously es ;imateid at .from 10 to 30 seconds.-ED.M.A.]
Traralgon Sounds the War [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
'rlrattioll uuonls the -Watr By the Tranrlgon IaV" Correeplontent. Come, buckle o' your armour lads, "Tis time to Ie awake ; Our chief is en the war Iath now, He'll make Dangarvan shake." The French haIe jumped the Hebrides, On Daddy BUil they grinl,. But will thoer are to crous a lance With gallant I'ETEItRiK IN To chime in wih the naties, and To frighten ;iuh 'l'raboo We'll raise a cops of darkies from The coal miles of 3irboo. Then off towans those isles we'll anil Like SMartta to the flight, Our flag will car the Gallic cock, And show th, world our might. When all the Fench arc vanquished, lade, The frogs wil croank and sing, "Long live thegreat 'Tlrarnlgou chief O, may Ice b, our King." Perhaps on leavag, there will come, Some brokenhearted ginl. A-claiming as lar Grand Old Man, Our chieftauinP ETEur l., And, when thexarriors will return, The strains o Mu.irwell's'band Will lead the gentest corrob'ree, that Was ever in (lpplaludl. Now, when theIslands are restored * Those islan...
Moe. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
MOE (By Our Own C orrespondent.) A shock of earthquake was felt here last night. It was of several seconds duration, and felt like a rolling rather than at rocking &nbsp; movement. It was also accompanied by a rumbling sound. The movement seemed &nbsp; to be from east to west. I)uring the past few days we have ex perirced fearful gales - more especially on Wednesday night, when the gale was of the greatest intensity. Timber is blown &nbsp; down across the roads in all directions, &nbsp; and it will cost the council a considerable sum to clear the roads for traffic. &nbsp; 'The house of Mr Aitken, butcher, at Coalville was smashed by a falling tree, and Mrs Aitken had a narrow escape from death. 'The wind still continues high, and it is accompanied with sharp -squally &nbsp; showers. In mining matters there is little change to repori. A train frrtn Miorwellto the pits ont the Narrtcant line will run on Mondalys, 's \ nosayvs, ald "ridav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
FLOUI .)ItLL. FLOUR MILLS. Flour, &Ban, Pollard. , vplendid quality of flonr can be-supplied bD at lowest price. "r"1EHE Proprietonr egr t'" iifornmtihe publ Slic tlut.hii Ilour is utnurpa sed in .quality, as it is uant:t. eltre oen tie ap . proved lHungarvan system, which adlits of DR ESSINGS. T2 e 1inetoest Ilungarinn Mdachitcry is set up in the Mills, and the Flour rs. Manufactured by an ·cx y pericnced dlillerfrom - Hungary. A Tiiil is Solicited Which wilt Estiblilh the Superior .Z:Excellence of the.'Pro uction. tPurther Particulars in Future Ad .vertisement. Bran and Pollard .In Any guantity. D. MILLER, Proprietor ProInldioldil. TW. \WALDON, Estate and Financial Agent, COMM[ERCIAL ROAD, MORWELL. )ROPERTIES for Sale or to Let in all 1 parts of Gippsland. IONEY to lend in large or small sums. A GENT for Colonial Mutual Life. and Commercial Union Fire Insurance Soietia:. GENT for Messrs. V. Hlamilton arid Co. Mr. * Wili;km ? ;._- Fergi', ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
Professional Notices. NOTICE. I HtEItilW request all persons having ac c aentn against a1u0i;i recsect of mInt Tra ralton, Morwell, awl district husines.. to citel in such accountst to my ltanaging Clerk, aMR . 'I'URTON. nt my ta0iti, in' Sren,. srreet. Traralgot. within F( URFEISEN D s from this date. I At.so Cilva NaTIC: that I ignore anl repudiate all acconts or chequies (ether than thase relating solely, and exclu ively, to the proper conduct and carrying-on of my husi ies ans a Solicitor at the above places, which tmay have been contrnated and given by any pels. llll rlaorting to contract and give ' naul on my hclialf, or with my nauthority. "1 shall be responsible only for such claims sent in asRaforesaid, and only then for such as are admitted hy me. Dated this l9th day of Ortnber. 1,87. WM.1 SEYM?OUII FEIIGIE. Solicit or, lellbonrne and Trrarlgnan N 0 T I C Ii JS hereby given that. after this date 14Y BUSINESS At Traralgon, Morw-ll, anda neighbouring districts Will be CAlIII...
CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 22 October 1887
Ifl.on Oveo.-A letter from "Another Smoker" has been received too late for publication, but will appear next issue. NAnAOACA" StriE COUNvr..-A report of the meetings of Narracan Shire Council will in future be found in the succeeding day's issue of this paper. S,..CE TO LET.--W beg to draw attention to our front page. Space is there to let, and will be placed at the disposal of the first approved applicant. MonivELr, PA.U.--T'e are very pleased to learn that 1Mr Robert Porter was successful in obtaining the lease of that well known property. known as ' Pratt's " The future appellation of iMr Porter's holding will be Morwell Park, and his future prosperity has our best wishes. TuhIs InrloarItn.-" A pity 'tis 'tis true," that the state of Society should cause the'necessity for the existence of such creatures. What miserable, meant contemptible creatures must those be, who still call themselves men, who have to resort to all mean subterfuges, that in the eyes of lonest mnen renider the...