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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889
Laidlaw & Grahamý Laidlaw and Graham. (Late Marriage, Lawrenson & aIidlaw.), CATTLE. SALESMEN, STOCIK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL, AND " GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. S: ' VALUATOP,S, &c. eadl Office . ... ..... Traralgon. Branch . . ... .... ..orell. Auctioneer .: :'. J. D..LAIDLAW TO-DA Y ! TRABALGOO, SATURDAY, SEPT. 28. L AIDLAW & GOIIAHA are instructed ý by Mrs. Alford. who has selected in Cronjingonlon. to sell as above at their mart. at 1 o'clock, her desirable household suburban property, situated in the Mouit View estate. vi.- - FOUR ALLOTMENTS, containing ahnolt in. Or. 20p., with 3.reomed substantial r.g.w.b. house, bhggy shed, fowl. house, ec.. 3 of an acre orchard of choice fruit. trees. fioe years planted, all encircled with a fit secure paling fence. FOUR ALLOTMENTS, containing about In. with 2.roomed w.b. cottage, pine throughout, secure paling and 2.rail fence. Both houses let to good tenants. Terms--j cash, lalance i9 and 18S months, with 6 per c...
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889
r I-IE SATURDAY. SEPTEI3BER 28, 1889. Anli. 'Tunxas CoUcl?MAs, a quondam secretary of the Mlining Department, and now a member of the Public Service, had rather a warm quarter of-an-hour during the sitting of the Coal,Commission, on Wednesday last, a report of which is published elsewhere, when "oir mrnember," Mr. .F. C. MASoxN, asked him some awkward q4uetions relative to his official actions:while: lholdirng the position of secretary. A r: COoCIInuA , like all gentlemeri finding themselves suddenly at their wit's ends, put on an. air of injured innocence, and etideavored, in a mild sortofstyle to "' bluff," his interro gator, with how much success anyone can guess who knows Mri. F. r . MIasoN.. Mr. Coouena a may certainly possess an excitable temperament, and probably. this iimpetlfosity is the icause of 31r. MxAsow being able to ask a. question which.seemed to infer that the erstlwhile secretary had rather "blocked" than aided the development of Victorian coal. It is just possibl...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889
3Ifssrs. Lnidlaw and Graham reports: We held a clenrilng sale of stock for O. S. Savi'b, Esq, and odd lots for other owners. Mlllking cows, IA4 15s. 1,5, to LT, 2 Ihl : springers. 1.3 17s ;d. L4, to L4 159; heifers, L2 Ils; steors, L2 Os, L.3 to LS 8s ; calves, 155 to 3is. T. Matthew McCaR reports:- Pigs--Stores A large supply comprising good and useful sorts. Demand was brisk. Prices slightly lower than lIst week. Porkern.-Largn snmber yarded chiefly medium and inferior ery few prime. The demand was hardly as gsod ase lest week. Bnconers.-Smallest number for some time. Competition keen, and prices fully equal to last weeks' rates. Calres.-About 50 yarded, sales brisk at late rates..
Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889
Our .Mellourne Letter.. -o-- (FRovI ol ow e coriItti.o?E.OYT.) When Parliament Imet the Government faced the House with an apparently strong tajority at their backs, but it seems that their strength was more apparent than real. Their "stpporters" have acqitiredl the ugly and inconvenient habit of kiekinx over the traces upon the slightest provocatioon, or upon no provocation at all. They are, in short, an unruly lot, alps whomit nl de pendence can he placed. The Government were deserted one night last week by .30 inetmbers, who crossed thel floor nof the hlouse in a body, anl' were only saved fram an ignomtinouts defeat in the division which followed by Mr. Munro, who rein forced their thinned ranks with a draft of 40 of his own followers. Taken as a whole tile temper of thie IHouse is in certain, somewhat unrtly, and' ot and oout Conservative. The consequence' is that Mlinisters are sometimes; placed in the position of the old man in ithe fable, whose treatment of the donkey failed...
New South Wales. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889
New South Wales. SmPser, Friday. Lady Carrington has been safely delivered of an infant daughter this morning. Two 'en Adolis and J.T. Rowan were fined to-day .£BO and costs, and £25 and costs respectively, or two months imprisonment for working a totalisator. WA coA, Friday. At the Wn.gga Cirouit Court to-day Thomas Reilly was charged' with the: murder of Christian Eppell, drover. near Wagga, and pleaded guilty wvithont hesitantion. Mr. Justice loster there ipon begged hinm to re-consider his plen, blit prisoner emphatically declined, adding "I murdered the man sure enough." His Honor said Ise would take time to read over tlh depositions, and after a lapse of half-an-honr pri soner, on Ising asked if le . had anything to say before sentence of death was passed replied,. " All I have to say is I don't ask justice from tle hand of 'man, but fron Godl." The. judge then. passed sentence. telling prisonor.to ask forgiveness of his Maker. lReilly there broke down, and was crying bitterly...
JOHN McEWAN & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889
JOHN McEWAN & CO. The above firm will offer for sale at Garraway's Land'Mart, Victoria Butildling! corer of Swanston and Collins streetsa on Tuesday, October 8, that well-knowni hotel aituated at Coalville opposite the Railway Station. Thi, is really a good chance to procuri isieadjy iicome easilyearned. The hotel commands a really first class trade, being five mies from any other, and the avredgo returns are now £30 weekly, and ae the coal seams ire developed, this must be greatly increased.
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 September 1889
MEL Ui.I3RK MAIII~ ?TS. WedneHlay, September 25. A slight ecreane rnm bIt week,. only 1i650 beiigyatedl.maale up an followo: "0rt northcocrner 31J from New South Walcs 25O from North eamters district. 300 from GipppsLand, the rumainLer principally from the North-west and ntl eer dirtricts. A large proportion cooItstcd from middling to goodl quatitlr. Cu?taptitio? was dull thrn?hgut, except .,ra few primr puns. and, prices on tlhe whole sowit al doclino of fully 10s.per head on l,,t wuek's rates. Prime pens of hlltocks nld fromn £? to ,£12 -i,• according to weight and quality; odd benatf : to £13; goel pena ,l.butllockL. from AS1 li to £9 ION ; midd?llng and inferior, from £0 to 8 ; best pens o conws, to L7 15 ; old beasts to . 10sL. Moersn. A. M'Lean 'alid Co. sold 9 hullocks? for Mr. P. O'Brien, Cowirar, to LIO, averaging 3'lS 18 I ; 10 bullocks for Mr. J. Calvert, lakeratdalc, at It? 7 T Ak; ! hul!ocks fol Mr. J. Niotl, Parkaide. to L8 2 tt, averaging l17 154 9dl 2 bullocks for Mr...
The Gippsland Coal Resources. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 October 1889
'I'ie Gillpshal Coual RIlesources. A dGpDfitation rereshntihrg lie Greiat Mirrell Coal. Companu, wailted on ithe Prerirer onWetknesdtry rh ad; lhidi to chn structarnilway from aplnint on thie Gippslhind railway opposite ti the mine Jo. thl mline, a. distarnco of nablot three r'lars.. Amongit thorsre preopent waro MIessrs. Grooni and A. Illarris, M..L.A?.'s, sntrt3[toosrs. Coppin, M'.rullocl and Servile, 3 Lb.C.'s . Mr. Groom, in introlduciag tile dopuota tion. uaid that since thoy were last thre a number r of ests hald heen maden of tIhe coal and ir go?l( dnlo! of work liod Ieen done on the lthinu. The results of tlheso tests h:ul shown Ithe co~l'to be excellent as arrls nl sitelll coal, and tihe cormpanos s' thoughrr t tihey hadr now slfficient e\'ilrence to bring forward to warrunt time Gsovern mrrrnt in constrncting this line. T.e corn pan' couled get an unlintited trdemanl :fr thIe coal, irt ahighlyl, rarlnnerritivu price, prosvined that tihey collr got it to lel Irourne, iut la...
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1889. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 October 1889
TH E S- ATURDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1889. ..... opics 'of- th Week. Itot0kLA C06:L.-O n.Thur day, l st 56 tons of coal ver o'sentfrom thu lBoolarra No. I coal mine to three lending foundrylfirms Il - Ballarat for the purpose: of testing its quality in the furnaces. . ACCIDENT.-A painful ancident happened'. to Mr. J. Watson, of Hazelwood, on Weds= . tlay last. .Io ewas, it alnpears, greasint a dray, wicn one of the ch6cks'slipped,?s ndt-" the bbly of the dray falling, disltocated is i ankle, and broke one of the small bones, of his leg. -. 1'mclnoATross Ileccrysto.-trho' Octobce: number of '!TiTe Australiain News and Musinal Times," is to hansd, and dOntains the usual amount of inter.esting and inlstructive matter, .illstrations, ?c.; alsoe i pItty' piece. of music entitled " lRomantce" by Hlarhiltoh Clarke.' NEW VENTUREn,.-B ngOperrations iaiis been commenced in Mr, Murdoch's paddock, close to tihe main lne, the object being to strike the brown coal supposed to utilcrlyd tie whole of Morwel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 October 1889
'Ccitnenly. the biet meilcjne knohecis c Scicece " ica' iUCCAlYPTI IT TIIACT. Test Its eccicctli pecedc) l eliecie In coughs, told,. 'ictlien t; the rcllef Iclestocitncc e. 'Ic leritig ecee. cii c-eel. duets n( oil kln hice tblhene eecel, bansc, senldleetle ccmlla .jee, i lieeeIt eilia sfesti remeeldy-no iceclin,' oi eicieieethon. Like ecilericcln iecihdt ;ereslnci Ie erouepdell leorle. beceehllet. ineiceoun·. ill of Ietolungs.,eiollicie, &e.; dlintrice, dyelytry; eIlleasccc the Ileeineeccin cericnry orCpnh . leeeso et I eejenli anl aceecnl clinice aiI over the globeh intcnleccield by 1lc leeety the Kflie of Italy: ornlvled Wlli ned l ll dtRRI)o n at IIt IIPtIOYtd Eihlehiio, Ancccreice' irud In chic approceel celle'lc,cc4 t ejeci cell othcer.--Aelci.
Municipal Overdrafts (Indemnity) Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 October 1889
mliiilcipal Over arfts f (Intenuitlty) Iill. Mr. Gillisi no Wedn sl iV'. lis?25;tlh lit, moved for leaveto introlndco a Bill "-to incnlteify the councillors of variioos tihni cipalities thi borrowing "moneys by .dver Irafts on halnkers for tile purposes of their inunicipalitids, ointtrary to tile povisiaon of tle Local Government Act 1874, 1.1nd for otlier pnlrposes.." lie observed that :oino little timd 'agno lie was asked 'a iiumher of iqpestions.in the House with regard,to introdicing this Bill, and lie iMd receivedl applicatione fronm oeal bmilies from time to time pointing, out the ilili cnltibs they'lalhoreil 'iiidlr in not beITn' lile to pay their overdrtifts'before tlhe enl of tlie imunicipal financil 'year, whicl' endled n ttle 30th Septemlier. luany of these local bodies lad boen -in'scrious troiille in consequence of flopds, so that tlhte ?was'soomejiustification in iitroeddir ing tho'Bill now. le wonlil, however. repeat whlit ie lhad .said on former occasions that tlie p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 October 1889
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Advertisements 'tnder fhis head toill "te interted for~s. 6d. per quarter. DOfNALDSOil, ,Ierchadt. The oldest A hetiapest, andbest, Commercial-road' Itrwell. ?1AVANAGII & "ifAltIS, Cheap Canh .) Store.' Drapers.Grocers, Irnmangers, ?'&c., Commerclat-mrl. ltorwell: . SKELLE HERI. Clib'H6tel, Commer J clal.road. Morwell. ' Iest brands Ikept.:'bood: astablltg. 'ommercial.rond. 1 B.' MILLEI, llairdresser, Tobacco *". nist, ! and 'StatIonbr. Agent for. all 'magazInes'and newspapers. Every nitelty eaure d. Commerecial r?i.lMorwell -a R!NTtllLI, 'B;lackmith, Whel a "J wrilght; Chitrnmker,ý'c., C6mmercill roid, Morwell. TdOHN ENiTLISII 'Auctibner, Stock and' U 'StAtion Agent. Station-street,' l orwell. 'lharges'strlctly moderate. nkAATSON t C0o.. Generatl Stenrkeeper. SII ' Commercilltroad, Mlorivell: ,lhoots aind Shoes a especiilty. M'1 ARRIAGE,'TPAitENSON S. L TAID I I . LAW, Oditle SGtesmen, Stock ,Estate, Financial, And Gecneral'Commlsslon A'gents, `Co...
PETTY SESSIONS. OCTOBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 October 1889
rUTTY SESSIONS. ipaog.-tdd y, 11th, 10 n.m. 'Sumntonh tusod ovony Friday. Toton hhtlc.-Tesldny, 0th, It n.m. stmmons tsumid Ilnndht, 30th September.' 3100 -'ld.=lrtortny 10thi, 11 o~m. sumtmonse Trnralgon.-lhoi)'$ iiOntmr.', lOn.m. ttmnionm. Issued nameo darn. `" totvntl.-Ttr.sday, 17th, 0.30 t.m. Oumtntodies tnsmmd Monday, 7th. F eoe; Ttrrnloy, 31S3 l mtlOtn: Sumttitnsi ti itio Mirleo North.-Tbnndny; 17thI~LL 9 p.ml. Gulmmoalos tootml'Mottyi th. - LICKStSIt COUIITS. t. 1 Itodttrnl, lith. Trttogot 30t;, * 3tm, t1st, 9O.45a.1 oALESOth nv rt,. Rosedale, 23 19. ClrkorCodo
New South Wales. Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 October 1889
Sydney,Frida.y. ° The Legislative Assenmbly sat all last night regardilng the paymn tt of 110-i10. to Mr.'John D.iiie-,'C.M~I., IN.L.C. In the course of the'diScossion one member snid " \Vou can't blacken the character of the' devil, therefore 1 cnn'tblat:ee thecharacter of Pat'kes." At half-past seven this morn-'. ing the House a'tdjurned to breakfast. Suli-in pectSr Cameron, who iss's hibt by mistake at Dubbo, still remains in about the sams.condition. The doctors -will. to-day eudeavour to'extract the bullet. Acting under the instructions of the Sapthintetidctti of Police for'the district, MInssart, the cab man ?rh?oliobt Mr. Caihiesa has been ptlaoed under arrest.
TELEGRAMS. Received Morwell Office, 7.20 p.m. Victoria. MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 October 1889
TELEG-RAM4S. ------- [BY E,?Ernic TETLEORAPII.] (Fno oOuRn"ow.N CORP.ESPODEST.) Rleceivced Morwcll Oflice, 7.20 p.m. :vistu'i:t. ?.CELBOURNIE, FRoIDAY. Gh6rge Dean,a well-lhtown coulicillor of Port Melbourne. was arrested to-lay, charged with forgery. Dean is a partner in the firrd of Dean'& Rolfe, imctioncers,'and. habs Borne a most re lpcetahle chaira:tcr. IHe is charged with forgicng the name of a constituent to adeel. At the Cdurt of General Sessions to-day. Thomas Dod'nes niai chaored with stealilng forniftire to the value of L2TO from Fraul Pinto, and found guilty and remalried. A .mana namedl Tihin's Collin, ,'3 year. of' agp, a grecngrocr at Carlton, cut his wife's throit this niorine, bult it is thought she will's?rvive. IHe haco'bee ic tie habit of cruelly.heating h:r. T?o lirge' blocks.'of coal from the Conl tille colliery, Gippsland. are on view in Collillns-stred', and are attracting much at tention. White has been coiccmittced fr triaal for the rhans!nugliterof...
The Brown Coal of Gippsland. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 5 October 1889
The lBrohiil Coil o G?,jippsliti1, Br 11. -. F. aloniy, GovE?I niat.T t GEor.otnass. In nccnrdanco with instructlions issnel, t in c-,itptirando 'with theo rquest of b it-: Jacobh braichl that ai rtiprt shanll Ie fltlrnised ll pon the cntryat llnllll n illllut nld-Yifimar.in irhllition t the brtwri coal discovery there, I havt thu honitor to sat-i iiiitaireport based Iupon previous know ludgu'of tlloechluntry, and on observations nlloe ldintng a recent special visit to the. wtorks in plrogress near Hlluolar. It is tavirsthdie, howeverr, that the report should for ptthlti information, titpply tto the areas generally over whicht the brown coal dleposits extend, andl a g :neral description of : tickh rea?s andt the localities of- the' proetd ncculrronc of the ia? l 1 Itlty pirove usefulttI.I may premiso that ttught tlhe turin ' hrown coal" is ustdti.l toth e its tot wrhittl it is applile vary in charactor, in some phicos s?howing tihe distlilnct wooly atructtre of t?he ligninte;. tihil...