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Morwell, Narracan, and Mirboo A. and P. Society. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 18 August 1888

Morwell, Narracan, and Mirboo   A. and P. Society. Wednesday, August 14     ORDINARY MEETING     .Tho Preseident (G., G. Auchtlonie. Esq) .. aid that' hIte intended when,' hle: had the special meeting, callud, that, they` should Sls do d t e ordiarsia lHninos. It was a ialy wortlhiwhilo tn.±et a~in ineat ' `` week \iheni'they had a fairly good meet in g then.,. . I?."l fnro, iroeoilding to ;hosincss': the ec   retary, drew attention to the fact that theor ,;,two ;,contnittecemen .short;, owing to the. fact that. tli ; vice-presidents- (resigned) were: unwittingly Included in at the last 't?ceting- :-' The minutes of the previous ' meeting   teere read and colirfiriedl The President theh said that th r;ogh an   'overlighlt" 'the tijo 'vice-presidents, had 'not beein included i as .cnmmnitleeimeor rand ho would give notic .of his intentionin to' Smove at next nlteating--" That Messr...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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THE AMERICAN FISHERIES TREATY. Washington, 22nd August. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

I~1ULCI\tNl, 'ij I u if wilii t,?si.rgii

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Cablegrams. Calcut[?] 22nd August. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

Cablegi arrs. '' [H SPEdi tT, 1 SOlcdittn: 22llf:lutiz4 i. i i(tdli~gtuc is. to hand frornt Afghani= ihnlin tlidt an insurrecoifl aganlst the anthinrity.oflthe Arncr rAlxlur Rahiniuh hIss taken ihlnce nt lnhainier'i nnd it is stated that IsJah Midti; ak'h G iioai;uot the prorivhne Balkhi;i i9iiiniliCntld A bouly of troops has been desJatehied' frsuu HIeort to `quell the disturbniu..

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Correspondence. We wish it to be distin[?]tly understood that we do not necessarily uphold views expressed by correspondents in our open column.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

Corrcsponidience. ti{c with it to h» tin tlu tlr -ttttletti. it tit wt do iltt iecesosJri] t u ophol-d iews tipreat. b by COT t ori?nts it our ulol clnnmll.l TO T"iE tITOIRn. Stn.--I read ynui lealer in last Satunlar's isle with great intercst. tandalthough I am nlt a "" lellmtrnle lonfer." perhaps inl he ilitrest of the farmers you will lie ilttd enough tiallow me to'wive expression ill t lr columns tiA ny renasns for desenting ifrai ayliar iopittions re farm lahourters. l the tinst aine I nlject tntnl itcment tbeing n-ketd to peindI money fir what they catintt get. vii.. hkilled f aihinais whbo could till tim hillof qulificatinns nccessary to stlt a V'ictorian fanner. Just allow me to rut through a few of the qualifictatins I fotunl it necessary to have to get emplcthynlent inl this district. Besides all such accomplishments such as pilnnhtlng, sowing, havesting, threshing, milklig, &c.. &e., I had to bie able to break in herses. split ficitng stuff. and erect same...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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THE MORWELL FOOTBALL MATCH. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

'liTh fhllowilg letter atplItarenl III 'l'hiIN dtnrs ".Iinuli 1'il" .\IOR\V[I.lL PTOOI'DB..LL MAT'II, TO TIll: EI)ITIIrt. Sir.-1 reerut to liud I at yoi have been led into pillilishing O very u, aii ir st ru onI re the recent footbailll thatch 't'ranrlg. ir. inurwll in your p:tntr, s"hiel ls otained so much idetervtd s-lecss - rhrltlough tihe a :cornty of the Ilua re tort tIl its collllumt . hItt th report lnao uvidrltly beirtl writtlle by ritnletnrsonl inlcrestd l whol callltot tken fair bualing, nil I shall hI glad if you will allow ?l ne to trsilis U oalln ou" iinIie pt?nc: to e.,rre.el a fewof the rtntrs il Ithe haltf.olimni of ris-ll.tlatenlellt s ill this dtlny. issue. purllpor ling to he a nI:otct reolrt of tIh lIlte: mll.h. 'To lgin with. if the team wns nos weakly representoel as reported (which it was tot), it. owi. a meaul excuse for the Iueatilng. seeing tt: Taraigoti chlib had eea:ry reason to knowo thllat 3lirwell have a striitg tream, for onil the two prcioians ocaitu...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Thorpdale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

(F"n,,s uir oitel Cua;rrilue deri;. Our slire eletiitl' I.asseil off vers q uittly ais w:. .xpecte:ud. \\'e were abfd on il hi ucea:iln to cugiiledlate olur s!vs inll having returned a limcl mutiaU ihi. P ,well. As altlosi. ihowv-evr, thete w1as ta curtaint anoull t Of cliquist, dis played in the i-ltig at N'rrucan, L1 vot4s lbeiti, reconrde tiher. for Lr: Iloyil, alutl wholn probably the voters 1knw nithinig land icared ;ess. It was :1 .-ltlicsi t Iretli e.le'i.idtitin iln their pcr, tiat he wIas oPlposiig Mr. 'Pvell. It is straiine th.i these dissentiti vloterd siloull never ipulicly t.ivre any rreiiSaln frir iit sil,!,rting it i, ,ai l li alu . T'lie atteti, thte Callida!teUs mlleetilg, but havd nlot the culrage to publishl their Iobjec' tirls to Ihis electitio. They " just hint 1t f.aul and hli.itate dlislik,'," lbit ,l\et,'i give a plail ..t. ateilent, of their ca!i~i it if they liAve ioni. Perhiias their oi jectiotis are tf a iprivitte nature, atlla d Snot, criern thle plllili...

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REPLY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

TO TIIE.EtDITOt. SIn.--1 Wi very tullichl surjirisedto tec in youllr clutelliplllorur a letter fromu a vyonglll Ildy (.) silgnirug hucrsri" -Etituiette,' anmi comnlplaining that her " Iov" was not ilvitted to the Ilnzulwood Football Club ball, and that lacking his escort site was Illable to. attuiid. SIl wolndr if 'I Etiquette" wouiil have' con sailrcd it good form It somen mcniber. iof the ball committee had visited her for the lpr e oi onqutiring who theri "boy " ivs. tlhat they might invite himl to nccnnmpnny her. SI nam quite certain tlhat lno member of the Hazel wioi Flootball Club would be capable of anctieg in such all u?ungentlemanly manler. " Etiquette" hlas evidicltll felt. keenly di-ap. poiptcd nlabeing tllut n le to enjoy ith hospi tality so frcely given by tIhe "crowd." But ereni her dibnlippointmetit, however great, would scarcely justify in making public so trivial a matter. I sinccrely trustl thatwhlen the l'remicir Do have their ball nonle of those they invite will ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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"A Trip to New Zealand and Tasmania." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

' 'tlrii to .Iela Zeialltil tiltd I'suulttllllllIt.'' The ai.re it itlh title of n leatlure givell by 31r. t'. dllIt Oil edInelday evening lant in the eluit\\;td Norith Metian?i ee to a very fair audienee. The lecturer aill : Il thle early part of ?,p'embar, 1T1,. I left Mlllibottret for the Bluff. known its the extremeuu Southernl point of New Zealand. W\e haid a line pasageu farea lohbart. where we t .ayed flr n few, hour. As I applled ;Ta-i Imala; t another point. tl yeare later. I will ro?erve tn. temar'k aihmt it until the Inst. After stating at Illobrt for 10 houlr. w? eltt itatt ti p.e. tiln Friday. Septn:mber Sth. This iart of the trip iwa quite ditl'.reit to te 'other. thtec:atller beiiig very r.tlleh, elp ciallly a wte nearedl thle New Zeatlld c*?t. I ltayve ill my berti from I I p.m. on Friday, till 7 a.m. on the lfllowing 'l'eJr... The u ttl wil i rotlling in trc etyle. I catt liut p with t l itttlety pe??., hout a ioat playingi ,'ieh pranks it too imuch foirmn.atogetihe...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

r0o THut EtIlTOi. Stn,--A letternppeared ill your lnst issue sigled '" Orange and Ialuc," int which the writer accuseu the committee of the. Hllzel woodl 1'othjill Club of it~nnrane bieeutuse he -was not invited to thu hall as well as his "best girl." Following this. your eontem porary coCmes along with atother lotter from someloylv clso' s'girl,.complliing that hIer " hot "' twa not inlited. rinld as sht could not think olgointg with unyone else she was forced to stay at Iome. Now, hail young ladies only (one to the trouble of answering their invitttions the committee would' have been o tly too happy to1 crnvery' them to Ilnzeltwood. but ta they did not I fall to sco What. other trcntmentr they could expect.' As for " OrUange and Illute; if. for the future, hit will attend to his legitimate duties as Imrrncker four the 'Prettilers,;he will show' to ooro ndvatntago thain whenl Ihe rushes, into sprint betause he, is uot invited tto - ball. Yours ktt, ,l. McDONAI.D, Itlot: Sect t:lP.O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

Business Adda esses. NEW BAKERY, RESTAURANT ANtI GENERAL STORE. Mrs. R. O'Flaherty , esires to make knoirn to. the public of 3-orwell and Surrounding district, that she has `engied the services of a first class Baker, and she is now prepared to supply Bread of the Best Quality, at reasonable rates, BREAD (4lb Loaf) at ..,, ..7- 5d Eirst-class flour (fine roller) 'V22. 6d. per hbag. Good Seed Potatoes. Prime corned ed. Families waited on for orders J. O'Grady & Co. HOTEL AND MONEY BROKERS, Money to Lend on Leasehold and Freehold URt Ri . PEARSON having a tho reegh. kioiwledge of the old and new Land Af-tonts can depend on sar ing their bF done with promtness ad dispatch. A. PE*ViON, MANAGER. I.B.--emHbers of the Victorian Victual era Ureken' Association. B. I. DEVERIX, Housepainter, Paperhanger, Signwriter, Grainer, & Orders Promptly attended to. Workmanship and Materials Guaran teed. Address-PeOT OFFtCE, MORWELL. Mrs. WILSON,. COMMERCIAL ROAD, MORWELL. T HE Public ar...

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Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

Milk. Tihe folliowing nwas the palner on this sunnject, read 't the Daiiy Utnnfitreence by Willianm Alfred Elliston, 1.1., EngliandI : .~Wtik contains in itself all thie esential eLin intan of f.od. it is the snle pro-'i'imn of inaltre for thie yti- lof all niullllllil. Ioo1I is required f't;illle ln ly for : tw rhief linrpises-t-)n gelneraite heatl, Iland to prIrnlduce aIll aintain i ne st , rll:ll.?ie erthll e in enllc?lee Im life ilnid execniate. 'T compllllll switih tllsee nllitinnnilk nliinnl y e rnl regar nl i?s in tyea of aln l lihltentnry shlmstanee. It hllt il ;itrolgenis?ed n hl ttallln in its sensn? nni or enrr.i. which 'forn thie basis if nineese: it h.?as rhnntinunnntnnns i.matter in iti fsts. whieh lprodnn:e c'reain ; it cunntalnis also -ingair and orga'nic nanntrinais in it?s ?inl'e. while wate fortls Ipwnnarnds of fnllr-tifllrs olf all uillke. Athoi?nnhn ere irncertain varis'tions naccord iingtnt?hne niimal and its foont . it is scarcely incnlirrect. ?iAitllen sleani...

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Football. MORWELL V. TRARALGON. THE PREMIERS STILL UNBEATEN THE COMPLETE COLLAPSE OF TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

Fotliull. 3IOltVELh V. TIIAlALGON. TI! lEl Iti'iIEIIS STIIL. iUNIIEATEN TIll,' COLE311IITE COLlAPS!, OF 'IthtIA ltI.O?N. Sttrllrdallr aftertnooln last iroight the lmot-e i cillc tc'get~lher Itn tlie Ilarweo ll Shw (Ironnel,. Thist day was i'until'olly line, ta, that "nor hoys," for the first tiime thie wallonll, llhad thie opplotunity of shlowing how t hov ihad itproved, nrnl their vast nlperiorrity over liny othellr eh citl Soutli :ippllandi, oven thonigh other towns may ie ligger and thnm give a wider seolp in tlh cihoice of playure. As Tl'nardlgtn,. following the advice of the " I:ecnl." int their strongest tel|nn in tihe ticld, tie way tha;t the "oralnge and blue" walllkedl over theml, lprvoes- ticyolnldl it inullt that it is insleOs atly single clet ientertaining thic slighltest hope of defeating "ollr- boys," anl we wc'ld siuggest. in orlier to eqlmdiso tmatters, and give the Premtler, sncmothling to play ugainst that the season he wound i p by it cnntiined teamn of Scuth G-di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

,Mr'i ge, Lawranson & LnilanU Marriage, Lawrenson, AND Laidlaw, -" CA'L'TLE SAIESM'EN, S'rOCKK, ESTATE., FINNCIAL. AND 'GENERAL CO.11MMISSION AGENTS. VALUERIS, &c . IS'?of P~riodical Stock Sales: aralron tOn altonale nas. ihorwel l On ltecnatc uonday .. ' tsoogahie.-On" oit \ Wednesday each month.;. - ; tilcugarry.-On second Thursday cancl .ontb.t., mmontoh. Narraeall.--Oin first edlneaday each month. Yinlnar.-Onl third Thnrsda eanch molth. lrafalLnr.-Quartorl, picr adlviertisemelnt. InOSE SALE. Trarliv lnast Thrsllday each molth. l'PnODic SALE, Traralgel, every Saturdlay, 2 p.U. Ohices i:'raralgon and )lorwcll. :Auctinlcers : J. D. LAIL?L w and It. 4,LAwIEnlss. PRELI.1ITNARY NOTICE. L.OY YANG. "TiHUISDAY, OCTOBEIR 4, 1888. LAILLAW anld Campbell ros. (Inte Campbell, Pratt.S Co.) in conjunctlon are favoured with ilstractions, from i W.. Chanp. oiin, Esq., who has sold his estate, to sell on above dale .All his Live Stock, Implementa, fur niture, etc. Full particulars ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

MURDOCH'S HOTEL, ..."" IORWELL IT NMURDOCH wishes to inform his numerous friends and the public . e'_eua4: '? ,i sbth hae ia ebuilt and Refurnished his well-known Hostelry, where friends, and ot?ers will ind Aommnodation oecond tononein Gippe land. Wiaei and sipirits of the Best Procurable Brands. Beth, Billiards, Etc. Horses and Buggies on Hire. Good Grass Paddocks. Stabling and Civility Gratis, WM. MURDOCH, Proprietor. CRICKETERS' ARMS HO EL MOBWEL'L P. DONOVAN, Proprietor. HAVING taken the poion of the above first-class Hotel, trusts to receive the same support accorded to his predecessor. S SELECTORS' ARMS - HOTEL, MIRB'OO. J- PETE?IS, I'ROPRIETOR. E Y Attention Pid tote rquirements VISITORS nd Others. WINES, ALES, AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY, KEPT. THE CLUB HOTEL, MORW"ELL. Edmond Kelleher, Proprietor. ]?IRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIO.N for visitors and Commercial Travellers. All Spirits, Ales, and Wines of the choicest brands. Good Stabling and paddocks. Dusiaesu Addressee. Cheap...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

S- :l piles.:of thie We .. k .AinstLTunti .Lc 'SecTry.-Tin followintg ircillar has .heon Ihanded to uas by t lMr. F. llowlett, ai. having been forwarded to himby.. tho .. secretary of :'the Centennial Iitlerntiional Exhibitin:-" Sir.--I have Ilhe honour,. by direction- of- the Animal Jiriodlct LCommittee, to hand you herewith entry forms for the two. special shows of dairy prmduce and analogous ekhibits, exa tenditng over three days each, to hbe held in thea Exhibition .Buildings on September 20th, 21st, aand 22nd; antd November 1st. 2nd 'anild rd. Schedule-Cheese, not Iess 'than 6ll6. each'sakople; butter for expor. tntim., nt less -than 566b. each sample hutter. anit. in jars or casks, for local con. eamption, not less than St6b. hbutter, fresh. It prepared for market, not less tltan 61b.; eggs' of various kinds. new laid or presorved *reosh, two. tozen of each; I reserved milk; s:ugar of milk; honey, not less thain 10th., ili ties or jars; honey, in enb. not less tlan- 20lb.; tal...

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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 August 1888

D:5 U . -t.tl .t Atu..s''r 25, ss.?. 'llE in importance pf thrinwitag open the country lands- to ceiltivationt heconte. more napl?rent the more the question is reflected ipon ari inl: diisc?ied. -: ? iintelligeiit'I `writer, 'ticnintg hinself .1: \. 't)In contributed to the columns of tho'Srdlner' ]chio, a ttlloughtftil and exceedinigly truthful article undler the title of " hlisdireetioii if Capital.;" He nsserts-that, in-New;- Slouth Walesthell iedtits f orclittl atel the iwages of Ihaout ai'. dliminishing together, notowithstand iig the fact.i thati thlli thr colllttllili culIlilited hlads at her lback, with opinr itulitieS for. sottleit" nwaititing the .iiiuiiiity ioni eey, side,- with iun cqpialled .ninerail kwealt h" only awaiting lt evelopoliiiet, anil wiit l'ti'er' nld e:hcres i.f rich land doing nothling hbut. supijort ing schelp? I n a grant tll asuIri, lie cioiider., lhiii is ttiiirhiutabll ' to capi lal:sts ignoring the liadiiu:' inlilittries of the lhiiuny is a iiUiiies...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 1 September 1888

Hotel N6ticeu. - u |- a - - .. - - - MITRDOCH'S HOTEL, MORDWELL W ?URdOCFI wishles to inform Ils numerous frionls and the ptilflic gzonerally, that Rie lhas Rebuilt and Rofltinished his well-kedwn Hostolry, where Siiends, visitdir, 'nd others.will find -Ac uiittiidation secoidl to none in Gipps Bdath, Billiard, Etc. - -..... ores'ad Buggies on HIire. Good Grass Paddocks, Stabling aind Civility Gratis. .W'', MURDOCH, Proprietor. CRICRETERS' ARMS H Ob I. ''MORWELL :: . DONOVAN, Proprietor: AH Vi iGtaken the possesoion of the above first-Clnss Hotel, trusts to "riceivo the s : n . support accordedl to his predecessor. SELECTORS': ARMIS .-HOTEL,. . • t-?B b: . . J. PETr'i?i, PROPRIETOR. VERnY Attittiiion Paid to th requiren.tit~irf VI'siOns nd Others. *1INES, AtlS, AND SPIRITS OF ?'IE BEST QUALITY,. KEPT. 'tHE CLUB HOTEL, MOR* ELL. Ediiiond Kelleher, Propiietoir. FIRST-CLASS A?b?I.10DA'tION for visitors and Comn.ercial Travellers. All Spirits, Ales, Acd .Wines of the choicest brands. do...

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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 1 September 1888

SATJURDlAY, SE'PTrI.DIt 1, I135s. jeUTICL at last! Qur coal t measures which' ali soilong Jeen looked otr witli a cold unsi?mpatlhetiL:., shrug ,,of the ýhoulders I whichl hl?ave, throughli the inertness of the Powers that be, hbca allowed to situggle: 'igaitst i??lmoSt inisurmountable dlilliculties, are at length to be throughly tested,; ad. it is well within the bounds of reason to. assert thatl'such test will culiminate, not only in Iuttling Gippslnld in the van, but in in onorilons gail to Victoria as a whloli. 1low long this half-hearted iltra-prudential coiui r, the Cliosveranent, hlave been pursuing would, under ordi ia~ry circunmstances, haio linstll, it is hard ? A.ssay, iyor does it much matter. 'The fact is, like llnaltghty boys, they haerd Courted the frienldship of strtitegrs to Ltlocdetriment of their ?vnu. fiof-tree, iand it is not until they are biittca that they discover tlhat'." there is rio place hile hiqud;" O:n Tuesday night last Mr. dillies annioutincd tlhat to...

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A MELANCHOLY END. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 1 September 1888

A ?.MitANcitoLY Esn.-A sad fatality occurred at,.\ilkur Creek oi Tnurslay week last. whereby a yollug Iman lnlame \Vil 1ill Jelinnalr. Inrult hi lifebydrllrwn iog. Our Noo?rocmac cirre-?pmdeilt ctupplies ur with the f?llow-in Iprticulars of tolf meolnochole cve1t:--""' The delcred aid' .ctsen rsC.armielll Bros, left Mr. Campbell's place, which is close by, to gil platypus shoot ing on; the night in: qesthion' about It' o'clock, to Wilkur Creek. antl beinig unslc-ie c..sefull thy all returlnd hnuec again in a" short time. Jennings said ihe was deter mind i. shor,at; plntyprlt if ho 'stayed out two dlay.-u so Iie ctarte-l wot lthosec)lnd time, alone. Sirhrtly after he h.ad :igme Mr. Campbell heand a ushot firerd. anidl thinkint it wao all right, he andl his tbrother retired for the night. The young man not -trning np in the morniug. they becIamei anxious far' fear someuhing mightllive haplnlrcieil, 00 ther' srchctied up mla downl the creek -for som" time. wher their attention was attr...

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The Gippsland Province Election MR. DAVIS IN MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 1 September 1888

The Giplisl?ul Province Election .111. DAViS IN MIORWELL. O.. ?Oa lonar nftertman last Mlr George DL.avi,; ealdiate tor tih Gippoland Province, duldressed a Lcoolly number of electors in the M.lchanic.i l;intit ute. M.r. M11nlo,ch. who war voted to the chair, introld!ic4l the candidate in a breaf specch. Mr 1D.avis -:ai he tmet them under somn dis na lvantoc., 'as those present had left their various cn!liweg t.d cdme andhcar him, there fotre whai oit ct I;e con,;ilrcd a spare atten dance ordinarilymni,.ht be looked l1pont under thel circum',toanflc: :s a very gol one. He did not intedol ", lort, then with a long ozatio:. an.l ouold only touch oOn thou subjects u great-st imuportanlce to this district. T',e ,iueotions that came home direct-the dleveloptent of the coal measlurs, the cedntruction of feedelrs to thile main line; andl the formati,,on of those channels of mud tcrmeld :na.lJ-milt perhaps be more effcc tuall1dealt with iIn the Asocmbly as the L.egilnative (',unotil could o...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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