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Traralgon Police Court. WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Daily, P.M. and Messrs. H A. Lousada, T. A. Rogers, and Dr. Morrison, J.'sP.) A RENT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

TI'rlro? ?n Pliice Court, n V ".Dn.E DAY. (Befnro .Mr. Dlyv. P.M", and Messrs. U A. I nsrda, T. A. Rogers, anwl Dr. Morrison, J.'sP.) A IrNT CASE. W. Napper v. T. Sea.-Clairn for £11 As balance of rent due,and £9 2s 6d for goods sold. alineetblr £20 7o 61. The plaintiff was represented hpy Mr. B. tinreve. nnl the defendant hy Mr. BRshoe. The plaintiff stated that he lot a botcher', shop and premises in Frankin s roet to the defenlant for a term of 3 months-fronm May 5th to Antent, at 25s. per week. THe haid rnoeised £0 on ccount, andl tihe sitn climed was the balance still owing. Hie bit also soll to the defendant the eonds in tie account pro lace 1, valued at £9 24 ld. Plaintiff's nnoks wre prodraed, and the entries ic?e in his own handwriting. lMr. ntl.h. satedl that there was a setn-tff oF £4 3s .1044 for _~nnds supplied by his client to the-llaintiff, and £4 Ids ,unnunt of an order paid to .11. lunter. Tihe defence wash tlht pnintiff had broken the ennract Iby niillinr on a v;ac...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Yinnar to Yarram Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

+1111111 to l I tii l llu I , IlII tý; As arranged the deputation appointeil Io -wait on the lPremuier re placing in the Ilahlay Bill the line now being surveyed ifrom il.Yintar to Yarrain, met thet, gentle lann onn Wehlneshly hslt "at 12.30, being 'introduced Isby Mr. F. C. Mason, anl sulpplortedl by Messrs. A. C. Groom and W. M. Clarke,: M's L.A.,, and Messrs. G. j)Davies, C. Sargeant nanil the "lion. WV. 'earson, M's.L.C. 'Besides these gentle .imen, Mr. .'hi.:Banckley,; oE :Yrranm, and ,others atlendeil. It' was pointed nat that the proposed line woald not "interfere with other lines, 'and tnat it had the advantage, bushles -opening uip 'a large Itrct of splendid country, of passing throngh the agrictil rtural reserve. " Mr. lluckley, on holif of Ynrram, .wairmlly adlvocatehl :the .riotse, andi after several otllher'gentleeon hdl spoken, Mr. 'Gillies siil that hle was not in a pcsition to, .promiso anytliin, deflinite, but Ihe wonMd 'unllution theu mntter to his colleagnes, and ...

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From Our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

Fromn Our Exchaltiies. The Earl of Kintore, says LAND. AND W-ATI':R in answering the address of welcome which wnas recently presented to him at Adelhide, used the formula " my people." 'The Queen,. says the English writer, hlas taken great offence at this usunrpation of her rnyal rights, and it is very inliklh- that the new Goiernor of South Australia will fall into the sameo error a seronn tinme,. Messrs. T. Itlhinsnn and Company, of Melbmonrne, agricultural i mplement makers, have floated their business into a limited liability company. The directnrs are Mr. R. M)Tler:a Smithl. C.M.G. (clitirmnn). Mr. James Thrnmson (late Innager Langlands' Foundry Company. Limited). Mr. Hlenry Meeks (lMessrs. Morris and Meeks), Mr. T. J. Wilson. and Mr. John Jones. Tim capital is £60.000 in 120 shares of £500 each, of which the vendors take forty. A pleasaontlittle joke has been played off on Sir Hlenry Parkes hr a MJr. Pascoe. a resi:ent near Echnca, in reference to Sir Henry's big talk about th...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

A -Voice from the Street. - I. lY PERI' olI PICKLE. 'So many friends have. written tenderly after my health, that I feel bolnn to say .:jst a word or two, by way ;of assuring them that I am O.K., and renst make the great dearth dE niews an-excuse for my recent non-appearaneo in print. However, as the aectione'r would say, things arc' 'brightening a little with thernmmig spring. and perhaps the us import inportant item of discussion niost now is the Traralgnn re 'freshient rooims. It appears that Warra :':gllhas suddenly become cognisant of the * fact that it is j'st possibl. Traralgon mai rob theoni of thelir "rofieshlnent rooms.' They aro "playing a l? le . in the dark," howls thie Wanson GAUARIDIA. , and the FAI?Inias. JOUnIAI, retorts,;in justifying Traralgon, that-"usono iinlportant ltnction it aos, asbovo Al t.il. Ti places on tihe Gipps land line, tlihe est claim."., What about Adorwoll Now, just to. show how the two places re vieowed in Mlhbnurnoe, I will recite a 'little con...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

.gricultural Cossip. The federation haze whlich obscured the brains of Ihonorable members of the Legislative Assembly \when dealing with the Stock Tax question, entirely disap peared before the storm of tariff increases which swept the House last week. Nobody troubled to raise even thile ghost of fedora tion while dltty after duty was being agreed to which affect intercolonial interests just as mlluch as ever any stuck tax can. It is exceedingly peculiar that it slhouln be reckoned no sin to tax right up to the hilt, the timber, hops, and fruits of Tasmania, the timber, oats and barley of Noew Zealand and tihe fruit antd maizeo of Noew South Wales, while it is it serinus offence against all intercoloni:d rights to levy a dlecent dtuty on dead meat and live stock. Mont of its would hie lot in animzemnent at the wonderful logic of this arrangement did we not know that ai reason better than any logic lies in the background. It is not a love of the principle of fedenration which stunds ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

jBUSINESS DIRECTORY Advaertisements under this head will be inserteed for 2s. Cd. per quarter. A DONALDSON. lMerchant. The oldest . cheapest, and best, Commercial-ra?ul' blorwefl. ; d??AVA~NAGH I TIARRIS, Cholp Cash -, StOro. Drapcrs,'Grcers. Ironmongers, Skc., Courmercilt-ranl. Morwell. - E KlCLLEIIHER. Club Hotel, 'Commer. . l* .Il-rond. Morwell. Best brands Ikept.. Good' ostabling. Commrelatl-rod. Morwell. ral'l :J sist, and Stationer. Agent for all mnagazlines and nowsapers. Every novelty aecureil. .Commerial-road,.Morwell. J RINTOULL, Bilacksmith, . Wheel . wright,'Churnmaker, ac., Commereinl road, Ilatrwell. JOIIN ENGLISH. Auctioneer, Stock and Statioa Agent. Station-street, 3lorwdG., Chnrges srilcly. oderate. ... MIATSON & CO... General Storekeeper. a Commercial-mral, ,Morwell. Boots anud Shoes.aspeciality. M ARRIAGE. LAWRENSON. &, LAID . LAW,10attle Salesmen. Stock, Estate, L(inancial. and Octderat Commission Agents, 'Commercial-mad ,Morwell. BhRS. WILSON, Fa...

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The Sydney Express nearly Upset. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

The Sydney Express nearly Upset. An untlnsd obstruction wae met by the express to Sydney nn Thnralay evening. A report received hy the railwayr uthori ties yesterday, fromn the driver, stating that the train had pansed over several trees which had fallen ncross tire line between Avenel rand Long.woel s:ttin,. The tr.in was nearly thrown io?F te rails. iut fortunately tle caeri;ges, nwint to tie speed at whlich they were travelling, !ept tihe rails. The eoncnssinn; hnwever, frightened tle pa:ssenger considerably.

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The Ringwood Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

The lIuluwoon l Mystery. The trial of Rlobnrt Landells for the murder of Peter James Sherlnck, at liing wnnood, on the 20th Jdly, .'as ennellnd'd on Wednesday, in the Central Criminal Court, when, after three .quartera of anlhour's deliberation, the jury found himi guilty of wilful muorder, snld Mr. Jlustieo Ilodges passed sentence of death. this heing the first timen since his elevution to thie bench that holmhil beon callod uipon tdi perform this solemon iduty. Counsel fnr the Crown dwelt Inrgol" in adldressing the jury on the condrlt of tiho prisoner shbsequent to the death, which hle said had been caused by accident, hoit which mll surrounding ci curn stances showed to Ie one of mulrder for 'the sake of gain. Comnnsel for the prisoner dwelt upon thue nblencu of any evidence tondinIr to indicate lhat ibefore theI dced Landells had showan aly desire to hill Shelrlok or appropriate his property. Ilo als pointed l that that he neglect, tltoghi lack of moral courtgo, to report the ac...

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Messrs, James Fry and Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

31cssrs. JaInl.es Fry and Co., Limited, The above firm some time ago issued a circular enititled "Hints to'Fartners," on the snhject of Scientific Agr\cltiire, which clearly pointed ult thogreat rldvantagee of being able to mtanre lltad to grow any particular.. cropi. Howar yul ask. c Weil, sirniily thus?-If 0 y0 want a good crop of anything,'-the Iandtlinnst possess all the elements necessaryv to nourish such a crop. Thle farmer may apply bone:dust or snper-, pltosplate, andt yet not got an adeqluat return, for the ,simple reason that the mamrcres may not possess thi particelar element necssary to the soIcc.ssffl: ger ininan',n of the, crop sown. . What is the reme.ly? Use Fry and Co'Q. c:cazo.iz, A.Attunies, which are mannfactured fe swaoke any land grow any sort of crop. Bear in mind by the application of proper manures you can go on. growing the saime crop at a profit year after year as long as you like. aon need never fallow your land, because, it will not require it, and it ca...

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New Zealand. FOUNDERING OF THE UNION CO'S .SS. JARANUI. AUCKLAND, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

FGU\I)CEII : OF rTIN UNION CO.S .SS. JAIRANUI. AUCKI.AND, Fridny. The Union Stenmnshiip Co's steamer .Tnrumm'mi Ihna foundTIered at !'remcl Prss. No lives loot.

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The Coal Commission. EXAMINATION OF MR. THOMAS COUCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

The Coal Comnamisnlon. EXAMIINATIO" OF MIt. TIIOMIAS COUCH MAN. The Coal Crrommrission nreton Wedlnee?day mrorning at the Exhibition bhniling. Present: JMesrs. J. F. Levieni (presldent), A. C. Grrna. . II. Urin, C. L. Folrrest, WV. M. Clark, A. Llarris, \V. Anderson, If. C. Mason, J. \Vonos, and L. L. Smlith, 3I.L.A.'s. Mlr. Thomas Conchrlnnn,a it ember of the Public Service Board, and forrrrlrly secro tary to the Minoin- Delpartltent, was examinedt. le staled that previous to his connection to the board lie had heen for nine yearsin the Mining departiment. Had a knowledge of tlhe coal rIllesilrcs and areas of the conntry, derived r from geotogical iaps. Itad also a personal acquaintance with: Kilcundt and Cape Patterson coal. fields. While he was connected twith the departlment nal sorts of compillaints were received fromi 'prsons interested as to the rental charged for leases, but it was generally considered in the delpartment that the fairest method was to make a small charge for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

Ccrtanlgg Ule Imit medlcl i m'oa n ix SAS real t: So is' 1 kiodo. 3.,. XTIA,.o Teso It o..r. ,lmll poweetfui- effect. IIL 'toughs,' tI... .t.,tmn: t rollIs l usto .toot.. . In jINtkodo n m ,I nnd' acct louts of All kin ds, b . theIIy . A., It a i n ,Iylo. ,IInooos, or sh, nls ..It isthes alO r5nmedy10n swe~lling, no Idnnl.nnnntlla. Like rllrllrlang effects .10lucell f cpono , htloldphtkoriR h0.C1( Ioin+no o l Lion of file hogs, swellings, fie.; dinllltn. lJKonlrn: dfs*ENsc of the0 kldne).s Anl nrlnnrY'"++rgns. In Ila at napltals And Illcllll ellnfea nll over tlto vlolu. polMo..Iood by IlI 1T ioO thOu KInIg o Italy onnnn5t51 ith z midol .3,dl411100t0 .t InteIrnational ltxhlhfrlon, .tmsunnill, lnnlrt III tit s approved nrol., and r...jool oIthersl.-drl,1 f lOAt FOIRTY VIAIls. The. 'dcrnioIol f o ,insiple r.,rnný"i . o" n cu10(U orle Of A nwd olnfoloI.0Ii hl, oo iU year' yslt hal Is lutl t lul..t~n ulal.rI , At WtIo lonytonrto ..oupp oo loJ, II. S.lc \I0UI·O , 135 WUflllomo·nlrrI M,3i,...

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Yinnar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

lilnilr. (F1ROM sURt owN" CORR.ESPONDENT.) The weather daring the pist fnrtnight has been all that can be desired. The crops and grass aro lookling snienldi,'and stock as a conseqeonco are thriving. What promises to ho a valnable freak of nnture is happening in oar tidst just now. Tihe wallabies, which haves so lonn been a aenree of great annovnnco'nro dying by lhundreds. Their sudlden demise is as agreeable as it is unaccountahle. There is nothing apparent to ldeintoe any reason for their death, and the farmers seemn to care little for tie cause as'long as the -ffect continules. Theren ilst, hoerover, he some reason, alld enhlllit be mastered, it might prove of valuable assistance in ridlling the conntry of the pest. Thie surrveyrs on the Yinnar to Yarram roto Ire agaliln shifting thleir camp. this time to within six or seven miles of Yinuar, and frmin the favorabloereijorts the people ram beginning to look upon th1 construction of the line as a certainty.

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Collateral Agreement. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

Collateral Agreentent In September lest Mr. C. Perron, a pulb lican, "bought from the owners, through an' auctioneer, a piece of land at Soymour,and' in part payment gave his promissory note for £175. ,At thentimeof the iauction able' the auctioneer announced that the vendors would erect a bridge on the property acros, a creek, so that, the land would, be more, valuable for building purposes.,, This pro mise, 'on the part of theovendors,, induced. -Mr. Perron to;become .a. pirchaser. As, however, the promised bridge has not been erected, the purchaser refused to pay the promissory note he had given for the land.. Thereupon the vendors sued the purchaser on thle note, and the action was heard be fore Mr. Justice Hodges last month. By way of counter claim, the" defendant claimed damages for the plaintiffs breach of agreement to build a bridge. IHis Honor held that, this. was no defence to this action on the note, and therefore gave judgment for the plaintiffs for the amount claimed, a...

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TELEGRAMS. Victoria. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

TELEGRAMS. [By EI.EoTIIIC TELEOI:GAI.] (FRnO on owN coRaesrolDEsT.)£ Vitorlao, .r MELnOURNE, Friday. A new find of; gold is :reported from Armidale, and is creating a good deal of excitement i i Melbourne. At the inquest oni the men iilied at the Into fire a verdict of "killed. whilst performing their duty" was returned.

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Commercial. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. Saturday, September 21st. MORWELL STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

CoMsmerhil. GIPPSLAM\I STOCK REPORTS. Saturday, September 21st. MIIOkWLL S maa. Messrs. ailtUaw and Graham report for Ifonday, 23rd last. Out yardn were well atuplipdiet with stoek, atterFaan.ce fair, bidding slightly duller that last sale, but a gtod many lota sold. Prices--C,ow to l£ 74 t;d; mixed young cattlet, ?27., 30,., t3., liae. to 41%; heiferw )£2 12 to £3 8oand At 104; steers. £2 4s to £2 tI ; forward -yr..olds, At 18. offered. CLKARING SALE. T.aidlaw and Grahata report for Thurlsay l2ith ilst.-We held n succeetaful clearitg salu for SIr, O. Marriage attd others. The attendancee was very large and our yart were full . t cattle. Bidding was brsk throughout, and prices realized most satis. factory, atnd in almost every cas up to and over late market rates. Store Bullocks, £4 Is, 4£4 in. A£ I1s, £I 16i.- Steers £2 10s, 42 .14s, £2 lie, 43 a, £3 &s, £3 16s. Ielfetrs, £3 Ts, CS 18, £4 Ts 6d. £4 104 to 45. t4dl; Mixed young cattle. 2 a2, £2? 1s. Poddies,30, lIs. Ifornes....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

Laidlaw A anham. Laidlaw and raham, (Tate Marringe, Lawronson & laidldw.) CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE. FINANCIAL, AND GENEIKAL COM.MISSION AGENTS. VALUATORS, c., Head Ofice ... .. Traralgon Branch ,, .. orwell. Auctioneer : ... J..D. I.AIDLAWV TO-DA Y T•RARAI.GON; 'SATURDAY,',SEPT. 28. LAIDLAW' &. GIRAH1A a. ir instruited by Mri. Alfold. who hab seilected in Cronjing,'log. to sell a- nmbve at theirn mrt. at 1 o'clock, her desirallu hon.hioldl mishurbnn nproperty, situatcd in the Mount "View estate. viz. FOUR ALIO'LTMENTS, contaninin abolit . Ina.t0r. 20p:; with .SronWmd substantial r.u.w.lh. house. hugsy shed, fowl. o,, tlse, kge., I.of n n a:re, orchard .f cliice' fruit. trees. tle yt;nra plniteil, nll uncirclud with a 6ft secure pnling fence. FrOUIl AI.I.OTMENTS. containing about In, with 2.rnomed w.h. cottage. Ilne throughoil, sccure paling 'and 2.rnil fence.. Both Iouses let to goNel tenants. Terms--. cnh. balance 9 and 18 months, with 6 per cent. interest add...

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

S roplcs' of thle wck. SPas.-n Mr. John Shaw will send a truck , of- pigs to Mr. T. Matthew McCaw, on Tuesday next. Swons IN,-JMr. John.English wis yes. tcrday sworn itn s a ojstice of the, peace before Mr Daley, P.M.,I of 'Sale,' ELCTIOS.--Dr. Moore "returns" thankl~ o". those who supported him, during the receit' election, and ho es t6'again seek their suffrages on some future opportunity. TOastKs.-:In another column • Mr. Chas. Srgeant, M.L.O.. tenders his sincere thanks to the electors for having placed him in his iresent position, and trusts: that his future actions.will justify, the confidence repose:I in him. . ' " STIE BIG BLACK BOOtr.-Don't forget the fact that the big black boom'comes off on Wednesday evening. Everythine is done to make it a success, and we would really aruliso those wishitng to see the niggers to get their tickets early if they want a good seat. PAteersL M!IsnlAP.-On Tuesdaiy last n son of Mr Mc?tnnes, of fazelwood, met with a unsty accident while proceed...

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Farmers' Protection Association. TRARALGON BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

Farmers' Protection Association. TIIARALGON BRANCII. A meeting of the Traralgon braneh of tle halve wis held in the .Mlchanics' Insti tute - on .Strnniay fternnnn .last. :The attendance wasonelvtmall, end Mr.TJ. Boyd wasi v,,otl to the chair. The linilutee of the provious meoting ueeru read anil conrinued. A? AP PPF... An urgent rueqiest was fnrwarded from the Central (Cnuluttet, asking thel Inncrlh to assist in wiping not tIle small debt of the centrl comlllnittee. The sion of 19.4 was suhscribel amongst those prevent. and on tile motion of IMessre Copelannl and Widdlis it was decided to forward this amounit too he general secre tary. CO-nPERtATIO. A circular was readl lb the secretary, stating that it was propolsel to forim a kind of co-operative company in cnnnection with the as?ociati.n, which would aenhle nembers to purchaeo unil sell their goods at a ennsidleruble saving. It was proposed to form the company on the lines of the Associaited Australian Yeomanry, which hllu beien ...

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David Manro and Company Limited. HALF YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889

arvild Illnro aillit Compllty luitrted. HALF YEARLY MEETIN(G. The' fthrtlh half c.arly meeting" of share hoilers in David Munro. and Co,, p?mn Limited? was hehl this week in the Cit" Bank Hall, Mr. J.1. Blyth, chairman of directors. presiding. The Chairman. in moving the adoption of the report nndl Ialance shieet, said he cnnhl not but exp"ets his regret tllat nmtters were not in a more favorable position. The reason of the present state of affairs was tthat everything that was hanoded over to tile cnmnpany wtas very ctteh over estimltated, and solmet of the contracts that were taken were accepted at a rate that woeni not pay. On the aechinery husiness and qnttrrics, it wonld he noted, a fair Ialtnce wa, shown. As to the contracts taken under the former managemtent, in scane cases a few weeks. in others a few months would see themt all wontd up. The sharehollers whuid Ilthen know exactly the positinn in which they were placed with regardl to them. Tihe colttpany had liffered in a va...

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