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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
?Tblic Notitces. New Winter Drapery. ADAMS & MAXWELL TBABAL3ON, HAVE much pleasure In anouncing that I they hare just opened a choice lot of NEW, and FASHIONABLE Drapery, Millinery, .Clothing, etc. A short list of prices will not go amiss. We are selling Black Cashmnre from Is. to 4s. 6d yd. . Coloured ,, ',, 1s d. yd. Plain Dress Stuff from 4}d. to 2s Splendid Costuime Cloth at 10d. Fisl;ioi'ablo Bordered 'Costumne Cloth at 3s., Gd., double width Good all-wool Stuff, at 8d. yard.' Now Amazone Cloth, double width, at So. 6d peryard:. - ' :'.:: PLUSH, all shades, from 2e. 6d, to lOs. 6d. A choice lot of Dress Trimmings from is to 7s 6d A lot of stylish Ulsters, Jackets, Shawls, Clouds, Boas, Dolmans, Jerseye, &c., at all prices. NOTICE TO LADIES. We ?lavo secured the services of a FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER from a Leading city House, and we can guarantee Dresses Well Made and Stylish,. Adams & Maxwell FRA 'NELIN-STREET, TRA RALGON. T.MatthewM'Caw AUCTIONEER AD Com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
Certtnlhe thebeet taedtcbte &Lnnae t .S eceti\ Sots" EUCALYPT1 XTTRhACT. Teet its eminently y elul t cliets le ouhe he. eoil., ineftense: the relief I. inetentnnet o, in term n re ct; le ecel. ertne ofI ll khin., be t cv tensned, burns, lhldlnet enetice. er tpndencccc Lh i. the tntcct' remectyno. \ linc~tw tIs tnic..y, dptilnico &c. cllnarhcccc. IntS'.ctcc titc cl tite hc wcllccccn on.: sIettr , cg ceece decent of thIle klllede nd tritely n rrnn~. In,., - ct ltccpiticls ccci tn'ccnl clinics ell ever the nicbhe pstocctntel hc III. clcletl the Klcc Iin' Itnlrt crrcccnctntch medial ncccl dcttlctcccct Icctcrnetl met iHcllltlt. cilecccc'lncn. Tnt.L In tine cpprcrec ehicle, cecl recnct til *Lhore.--ActyI Corm of tino .icocrlec.'i t in ter thn cicditionc to tce iRoman Cic atholc Church bhaoe. 1cLcc1l acccptctel .
From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
From Our Exchanges. A cnrrespondent esends me a clipping fromt a journal in the North East. It is a forcible appeal for a particular railway, and winds nip as follows:-As.to whether the various lines will ptay, that is out of the question. Why lshonldn t money he lost in this part of the country as well as in tie Western district ? \Vlho over expects post offices, gaols, or Fnlice stations to pay dividends? And yet the railways" are equally ncessary and far more useful. Lads and hasses whose world has been the verandahs of our high street wonld have their minds enlarged and their imanners improved hyyn railway trip to other places. Candour like thlis i certainly refreshing after tile magnificent railway statistics with which we have beenrecedtly dulaged. Tlhe writer evidently- believes that "a ionce that's sent to roaen excels a danneo that's kept at home." Says a New Zealanhd correspondent: "They find it dit'icinlt to get volunteer. oftli:ers hre, and no wonder.. T4her was a distur...
North Hazelwood. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
North IzcselWrood. (FnoM a CsnnORRESPONDE.) The menbers of the Mutuali mprorement Association hnld their usual montlly meeting last Thursday' week. The first part of thoievening was ,takuen up by members rending their composition of original poetry.L Several subjlcts were dealt with and very well portrsyed. The composers woro tihe Misses Morrah, Thompson, and Cranwell, and Messrs. S. Tlhompson, D. Shoaw, and 0. Tlhomponn. After the pnotry had beon digested lthe spolling beeoo was gone n with and fiuny were surprised to find how well they coeld NOT spell. Although spelling hes are not in fashinn now, still a groat deal of instruction is to be derived from thuon anti the lbssan tailglht the young people the other night will not soon he forgotten. I hear thait anather effort is to be made to test tihe quality of tle hbrowir c"il found in Mr. (iooding' s paddlock. 'Tih .el?aft at prenent sank is alnt 40fr. deep, and sinking was disenitaned just as the cnal wa. tnuoehd. i1r. Dnnslra al-s...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
STopics of the .Week. SAccr?eT.--It is our unpleoasnt duty to record n very 'painful neccdent as having happened to Mr;'John McMillan of liazel wood, on Thorsday last. The unfurtonate gentleman had ) est driven hone, and alighted from his htigrr, when he stepped into a smalla hole and broke his ankle..' It is nbt long since Mr. McMillan was confined to his hed through some of his ribs being broken. the result of his ponies bolting and overturn ing the buggy.' " ' COAL D?Postfrs-3?r. Peterkln president. of the shire, has anplied on. behalf of the shlie conoell to the 'Mines' Department'that' a diamond drill may be :sent to the Tyers district to ascernial the depth and value of coal delposits in the locality Mr. Piterkin will also .ring the matter hefore the council at the next meeting, and otherwise'give the matter his best support. There Is therefore: some probability, that the agitation cornm menced in favor of endeavoring to turn the deposit to profitable accountwill shortly bear ...
Fatal Shooting Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
• [ e .U. A terrible shooting aceident, attended, with fatal results, occurred at *Mary borough about 3 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, to a young man named William J, .Irvine, .ticket .clerk at Ballarat; and son of= thli heal teacher at Emu State school. It appears that [rrine was on his holidays, and at the invitation of some friends, went to 'Natte Xallock, about 20 miles from ZMaryborough, on a shooting expedition on,' Wedinesday, in.:conipany with a` young man inamed Niven. Whllile out shooting.they ran a rabbit into a Inog and afterwards caught it, during which the gun was laid on the ground, The rabbit, however,: again oescaped, and 1Niven promptly picked ?p? the gun. but in deinig so it acLidently ieint off, the full contents of thei chargec entering one of Irvine's legs.: 'rie hone was completely shattered: Niven rode to Danolly, 'a distance of 15 miles, for medical atten diunne, but deceased expired front loss 'of blood about fivers minutes before Dr. Wolfendon arrived: Dec...
Still on the War Path. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
Stll on thei War Path. 'The 'Telegraph says~-. T)efeated, but not vanquished," is Mr. bPLeans'nemttn. He had a consultation with the Premier since the fateful stock-tax division. and Mr. Gillhes informed him the Government will oppose the prnopsal-to increase the border duties 'on wheat, maize, peas, and beans. But Mr.: M'Lean is not to be readily. diverted fromi his purpose.' He gave notice on Wednesday inight of his intention to more in uommittee 'of the whole "that a duty of da. ,lld. per cental be levied on all wheat, maize, peas, 'and heans, and 8d. per lb. on hops." The 2s. lid. is fixed in consequence of the 3s. proposal having been already negatived. Tile different items will be separated on the notice-paper, and on each a vote, will be taken, In this struggle the Government will leave the supporters free to act as they choose, that is to say the Ministery will not acknowledge this amendment as in the same category as the stock-tax proposal. " We shall have a free hand all r...
Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
'";' ; tierious Accidoent.tL ' On 1cdnoday last, a very arnous nacci dent .bofol a ,young. man . named Jas.... Jolithtii;~ iesidiiig with hlli "parents ,at .. Drifliehl. Itappears the young fellowwas returning home from the plourhing mnatch on horiuback in company with two coin piAnons,namlid Hopkins and ,tnwvlev, and on passing. the residence of Mr..0. W.. Howlett, young Jolmstoni?.horse appears.,; to have bioltedl, ond it is.'lcioroued pot its foot in a crah hole and fell heavily on.it rider, as Mr. Gorman, wlln.wan on ahead heard a horie .galloping behind him and then alddenly, stop. Thinking that sonme - thing nhad gong wrong lie tirned.hlis horso and went .rack,,.andl in front, of. 1r. P "Keogh's place fouind' thei nortunate young min lying as though dead. A Areturn was at once made to Mr. Howlett's reoidence, aend the young man still perfectly insen sillo driven to 'Mr. Mardoclh's Hotel, Morwell, where he was handed over to the care of Dr. Win. Moir, tnder whose care hi.ktill ...
Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
Atricultural Gossip. Tie great agricultural event of the year passed off last week, With its ntlual elbat. If anything, last we&k's exhibition at Kenstngton'cxceededi its predecesesnr, alnd was promiotiecedl to he tihe best dispity Iof its kind that'can be seen in the Southern heImisphlte. The National Agricultural Society have OtOmU reason1t1 to he proutl of their big mnnsal slhws, which are invalt-' "ahle in their ecliteational influences on the conulnunity getteratllv while, tito farmer is put in the way, o pIicking up lmany a voltaihle hint: whiclih he may; turn to pro. filtableatccoun't sihilepqently. The fact i0 broungfut htomets'theoeity, tnan as he views the greatness of thile collections of live .stock andl farming implements at Keoning ton, that agriculture is recilly what itins 'sepresentedl to he-the bahckbone of "the country.= At the 'iow last week the two Sclasses were represented in large numbers. 'Tht fnrneore camle even from; Croagingo lInng and tilte far nh...
Daring Robbery at Poowong THE POOWONG POST OFFICE BROKEN INTO. £10 MISSING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
Saraiig Robbery, at. Poowong .ITHE 1'00WONG POST OFFICE .;i BROK1N INTO.. £1U) attssnan . On Frilda, i30thhilt, tbrf rdonts, o Poowong wore startled Iby the rrmolr that thu; Post-office lhad been .~ hen intri and robbehod of an unheard of or audnt. On on qully the rulllr was confirmed, but tho anlorumn was far less tihan htIdbeen stated. The post mistress, Mrs. Morsley, staores that shie left the safe and office securoly locked rnt six o'clock ori T"rhrslny" night, hot wihon iho returned it' 8.50on s Tihorsdrny 'lorn ing lshe foldholl r ponirr in disorder nndl Ibetieen £R isI0flO rmlissing fromr the safe. Tho s?fe bore"-no Ippleoaraince of having been forced, and Mrs. II'rler positively asserts that she locketI it. A registered letter addressed to Consthllon 1.Miler, from tihe Police Department lhs dis ri?peared, iht it is thlloght to contain nothing tint rilport ant dlncmeents. Constable Mahner was immlnrdliately sent for. ant energetircaty set to swork to en deanor to find a trace...
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1889. THE LABOUR TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
SATURDAY, SEPTIIEltE 7.1889 " THE.LABOUR TROUBLES. Tut present disrupitions in England can only be regarded as the forerunner of the great fight of Capital and Labour .which lays in the near future,'and which ha1,been' anticipated by .most &lt;of the political economists of the day. We. in Australia,. where a fair day's wage is rcqived fi fir day's work, can Ihit ir'ly ?itiiiatethe deplorable cn diion. oftour less' fortunate brothers' in the Northern Hemispherfe For centuries capital has wielded the sceptre of power, until the. boasted-liberty held under the Magna Charts has lost its charms in the toils of: tymrnnical .bondage.. In ::the olden days of serfdom meti suffered le'ss than is now the case with sonme sections of London. ' Ecclesiastics daily. preach to their .well-fed warmly-clothed .con gregations . "Do unto. others as you would be done by," and they listen with sleepy indifference, only to prepare on 'Monday niorning to herd their slaves together, to scourga them...
DEATH OF Sir James Lorimer. Melbourne, Friday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
DEATH, OF Sir James Lorimer. [lie Wirt.] . Molbourne. Friday, 6i p.m.. Sir Janms .L,rimer exlired at his resi dence this nftuernoon. lit has beeU fur'some short timte past, ltffering frrnm a putlm nnary attack, the.first signs of which made itself apparent while attending to his Legislative dultie in the Upper -11ous . Serious resuits were not nt irnt atrticilptcd.,but his consi tiont.llring tuhelast' few days underwent n thauge L for the avonse. To-?clay ,alniming symptoms manifested themselves, and. tnis afternoon he sank and lied.at his residetnce, lelckrft, Albury ronad. Torsi. The decensed gontleman was a partner in the 'old sntal, lishel tirm s f Lorimer,. Itoiem and Co., and, haIs fr annoy ynear taken an active part iii public mevcments.
DAMAGE TO ROLLING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
DAMAGE TO ItOLLIGt STOCK. The rolling stock has escaped very well. The can~inges on the passenger trtin suite~ed little damage, and are ini se on the line to day. Th passenger enine was badly die abled, and the, goods engiin in a lesser degree.` I oth cn nens remain.t;n?tDroin. The passengerengine was'oneof two' Ameri can engines, of a light construction, Imported somo time since.
THE OFFICIAL REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
TIlE OFFCIAl~CS P;. ORTs. The Railway Commissioners are enlylin receipt of very .mcagre information this morning as to the causes of the accident. As is uasualnder,a?ch circumstances, there "ppearsito'bCe na widl de~droancy" bcweeca the ideans of the drivers of the passenger and goods trains as to which is to blame for the accident. Driver Holmes, of the passenger train, states that the semaphore was showing the all-right signal as he approached the Drouin station, but this is contradicted by thedriver of the goodstrain (Miller), who, in his report makes the important assertion that whes he saw th passenger ceasoming up to him ho looked at tlh semaphore, and saw that it was at danger. 'Th report of the guard of the goods "backs tip this' tatbitient He says he looked at tlhe smaphorli immedli ately after the accident, 'and it was then showing the danger signal. No reports have yet been received from the driver or guard of the passengerr train. Neither has tile relievi?tg attienmaster...
SUSPENSION OF STATION OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
SUSPENSION OF STATION OFFICIALS. SThe relieving statiofsmaster at Drouin, Belfridge, was suspended, by the Railway. Commissioners this morning, pending the re suit of the official inquiry. It is considered that he neglected his duty in not being on the platform while waiting the arrival of the passenger train. The shunter at Drouln has 'also been suspended. : In uncoupling several of th'c trucks of the goods train, so that they remained stading onh tm inal line, while a passenger train was eipected' to esrive, he acted contrary to the regulations; "'."' '
THE CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
TIlE CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT. it ppenrs tlhat thero isa steep grmdieut on approahiiog Dluuin' which conmpels trains coming from the east to put on :tHn 'iiin order to cnrc' them over tie embnllkmelnt. Thoe At:, of : this mornling saoy that the driver of thie passe nger "dtushed into the statlon regnnlless alike of conscquenees and signols." This, it is assertedr, is nont correct. 'The driver got i all right" from the signals, anod trusting to thllt 'had tns) much weigh on to pull t:p ,when he discovered on arriv.l in sight if the Drosin platform, tlito the down gols was across the 1poitts.. It waVs l:i. ie.cithle fbr him then to stuip his tiahl, and nltltmigh lie at once tIrnvcd iR stehrni the .oiisilon was inoevitnlale. nod the eligilne il;ashed into c:it other with a deaftening crash, tlhrolvi:o the sparks and olsattered 'iiectr of nietil in every direction. '
FEARFUL Railway Catastrophe. LATEST PARTICULARS. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
FEARFUL Railway Catastrophe. LATEST PARTICULARS. ([r SPr.CIA WVtnE.] ielboturne, Pridny. At 8.30 last night some startling telegrams reachcd the authoritie at Princes' ,Bridge, their effect heing thit ia dreadful ertilwny .seeaient had necnrred at Drouin, the up passenger having collided with i goods com ing from Melbonrne. 'The partienlarsare 's follows :-Thn passenger which left Biirns drlae at 2.23 p:m., ran into the 1.30 goods froi 'Mlelhourno in 'few-mintcis after 8 ti'clock. The goods was chnnting at Dronin station on the up road, when suddenly the pausenger, which was over due, dashed into tho station, and collided with the goods engine, the driver of which-having seen the danger-was trying to clear the points. The' force with which the two engines clashed tcgether rnsatetific, and the truckqbelong ing to the gdoos were stacked togethe& in s heap of ruins, while the guard and maillvn, with one carriage was thrown off thn roils, the former,beoing completely wrecked, an...
DR. BENNIE'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
DR. ESNHE'S STATEMENT.- : Dr. lRennie, of Collins-street, who was-n first lass passenger li 'the train, states :-It. was close to'8 o'clock u:hen the aciden't tkoo'? place. The train wasa approaching the Dronin station, tnd nonly Wtas hbout 15i0 yhrds away frmes the 'platform. when the 'trains collidcd kith cah "oflhcr. There is a very dangerous curve close 'to the station, andi liotsvithtiannling 'that a i'hoit'goods. train was shuntfing on the main line close to the station. the signals to the driver of the pas senger train announced that the line was clear. When the collision took place, Dr. Bennie felt a severe shock. but escaped with. oint injury. Both the driver and the fire. man were thrown. down, and had not the carriages parted, owing " to the couplings brcasting, IL' s probable that many more of the passsngers would have beeni rijured, and some perhaps 'fatlly so. As it was, .those passengers who were 'injured seemed at the first glance 'to 'o not very seriously .hurt, wit...
Mr. HOLMES STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 September 1889
Mir. IIO3IE:S'i S .TIlEiNT. MIr. ltrse.ns, the driver of thle ??coenger, 'give, tle ifilcIowing pIartlcnset regardccig the mihapo :-PMy trait was on time t;hat neilats tliht we were due'ti-leavo Drnuil at 8.5, ainl we rinched l)rouin in time to allow us to leave aecording to thu time table, supposing oyerything wenut all right. I" don't i.now whether the othler train was on time or not. The train had no! liinaness to be whore she was when we got there. I reckon, by the time we were running to, that the collision was at about 8.3. There is a curve coming into Drouin. and alsnb a' hill. We run into Drouin at a fair pace usually, but cn always pull up at the station. There tis only one soainphore on the .Warragul side of Drouin. When we got to Drouin, the semephore was lll right fto us and we come on. About two trains' length from: the staution this goods train was,standing on the main linle. I can't say whtetther he -was moing or stnoniltg still. The goods train was partly on the .min...