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A DECENT HAUL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
A DECENT H?AUL. It i 'cnrrently repnrte;l that br. Davevy, of Moo. hasquisitlyt pocketedl £',500 as Ia scncessfull speculator in brovnacoal. It: appears that somae tim ago Mr. 1'. A. F. Marrd}" threw up some land on' the Latrbe River, fnt 'far from 'the Great lnow:vell .Mine. which he hiul uonder a mining lease,: and ihat Ir. 'Davey 'has sitic?'taken' "ioh matter in hand, andisuicceededl i dlisposing of the land to a n -eslticate in 50 sluires of £50 each.. We 'enderstani Mr.. Relic isi engagedlto put ilown a Ibro after haning completed operations here.
THE MARYVALE COAL MINING CO. LTD., MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
T?rE MA??YVALE ..coL, ",MNIN\G CO. LTD., MORWl'rBL. A meneting of tih, taho' Omrp)any w?as held it Mr. TuIloch's .promises non Thurs-e day evening 'lat. whten it was 'ildidell to loit the mineo'bittated in Mr. BIncklev's paddock into a ?enipany of 100.000 shareso incluuing 25,000 promoters shares paid"up to 5o.: 35,000 are to be offered 'to, the public. Is. on application, and lc. on allotment; the halance of 40,000 to be lihld in trnut fdr the ronmpanv. Mosrs.' Date,L'C. W. HOnleott, Ttllloolt aned RoIE weroe elected provisiotnil dlirector, andl .Ir, C. P. Nint'legal manager.
MR. PURVES AND THE "Daily Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
MR. -PURVES AND THE :-"Daily I' T ·telegraph..'. Mr. Purves has withdrawn his iaction for damages ;against the Telegraph, tihe proprittors having apologised ant .paid tile costs. ' : ' " ' ; ' GENERAnL. Sthe mysteryo6t an alleged blrindl'f a live man at Kempsoy is still unsolved. ,-A boy of four .years of ageo was fouhd on the esplanade, Port Melbourne toiday, with 'his skull badly fractured,' it is supposed by a cab passing over him.' The jibliieth1fetlh'"matter in hand;" A butlchr at St Kilda was this morn 'ing fined £5 and £2 2s costs for having. his sausage machine in a- filthy state, it being tcoiered with verdigris. - I Thos. Haines, some time since son tenced Tor e6ri indecent assault oh a girl of tender years received liis third flog ging at *Pentridge this mornint. He. was punished 'soverely," bth ' bore it nanftiully. .
Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
Al grictlturral 'Gossip. !. -------? , • r ' The rereent nliingn coonforened Io rught: to light many facts and figures in support of this vaelnabllsysteii of preserving greoh fonder. Whon tli', doliheratins of the conference have been published in pamphleti form as in'tetded, every pr'igressive farmers hnould got hnld nf.,thliJhork, and. study it. Thle experinehcoofr opinions of the prac tical 'farmeri s iresent collated by Mr. Madden, M.L.A. Inone parna'raph reads as follows :--The same 50 aores of ground' itlat-rvon prodhtce tinn tons to the acre or 50 tons in all at a cost of hblumt £1 a'toe, for the mnaking. would produce 300 tons of ehsilage ate cost of alont ten shillihgs a toh, lhich wouldl bb worth ;douiblo thln anmnont that the hay woul? l he wortlh for. fattening'or milk producing qngilities. and; worth mminy times as much as summnner fodder for mnilking cnws. At' this easnon of tle ear grsns is enetally consiilered the clhrapest and hst fnod for daircy rows. Bult even in....
Railway Frauds. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
Iiilw:way Fintuils. tho recet arrest *of fll Shawl , 1i1 leader of the xenslciro cnnprincy which. for a length of time, enahled its menliters to plintler tile rnilway sheds l at. Spencer street, has beEn dfirectly responsible for the discovery of onothlr fraild, in whilh, corionlly enough, at nepliew of Shaw, bearing the snmno Christian nonl, is cnn feledly'iiuplicated. The theft was cont mitted'so long since as the l ili December, and though the detective enqltiries tnidol at the time failed to discover tlih criminal thleydisclosed a weakness in 'the depart mental'system, which offereil an easy nn;l sinple opening for franli. tinil which, lintl before and since, hins been elten sively patronised Iy swindllers of tlhieSSIht type. On the dalte referred to i piredl containinin a saidle, two bridles lnd a stahle lunp, vallmd in all at £10. i?a- sent from Clntleomann e addreosed to MI-. E. Shaw. Tlio - ne inod of -Ctn.iaTnnnt adoptet was tlhat still in forme and knnmrn as tie "tanpeol n...
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1889. COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
THE16 ýtorin .cu.. As7rtron e.. °.--TY. -_. ¸ - - S ATJiD.DAY. OCTrOllI t 201, Ia, COA r,. Tier ohl truismt "nothing nscceeds like? success" was never uo.re. truly expooipli liedl titan at the - present tiime. Many abortive attemnpts uave been from ttimno to time made by. .enterprising , citizens to? develope the resources which may bosanid:.^ to be at our very "doorsm bltt their enthus= iasml Iasi either: been looked upon ias bordering on lunacy, or worse, in soore, cases thahn one, self-aggrandieement hiad been attributed as the mainspring.of?thleii so-Called 'faiaticism. It l. may be.m, I ness, bitt there's method in it '"-said many a wise Polonius, ais he listenid to the pro . posals of this or that individual. Ii?;iad, S:matter of course, piut niany-a landed proprietOrt.in ia positionr of nisterly-il... activity.' This alution is, lhowever, com? mtnecing to fade, anti the fact thiat many land-holders have tle town's, as well as theirown prosperity, at heart, is begiining to-bes...
MORWELL BROWN COAL MINSTRE[?]S [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
SMORWELL :BROw COA.L ?fItTEt EI - The'members of the almve club. are stillt 'diligently studying-their parts in the- forth 'coming cntertainment to 'ho given on 9th Nov. in aid of the local agricultural society. Many tickets'are alrendyisold, and the club look forward to being,'able to hand over a 'decent cheque to the society.: IEProRTEDn DIsOOERY OF.DIAMONDs, What is belioeve to be an important dis covdry of diamonds was 'tnade at Wy Yung near Bairnsdale," on Friday, by Mr. O'Mara -a farmer... O'Mara was prospecting for gold, 'whe ni small vein of'sand was struck at ah -depth of 12 'feet. :The 'vein ?ins only two inches ihi'k,'"and full of-small hard pebbles =and some vegetable fibres. The stones found =are pronounced ly'an experienced jeweller to be dianonds. The stones-are moderately 'brilliant and will cut glass. The strata in 'the .vicinity is liril -andd sandy, with no Mlageo gravel -orloose stones'of any.klnd; AOE. MILK DEPUTATION.-In anoth'er column we.furnish "ou ralersi4 ...
Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
O*ir Melbourne Letter. ,(FROO OUR owN D con nES .oso 'r.) Allusion was'moade in last week's items to the little dispute between Mr. Davidson, Superintendent of Water Supply, and Mr. 'Da Bava, of the Victoria Brewe ry. Mr. Davidson got ratherthe worst of it. When pinned in a corner, and shown the filthy condition of the fire-plugs-'-a fact he ha;l officially denied--he excuses himself behind thiulatme excuse that these things were in existence when heassumed office. This is unpardonable. Mlr. Dtvidsnn is paid to improve things; not to let a disgnraceful state affairs Jmainl as he foundl them. We seem to he no better noft withl respect to the qiality of our.pablicservants than they are in other countries Governments ate ,proverbially the worst served employers upon earth. Municipal Corporations come next. The best'served person is the man who does his own work. The " it's not my business " principle acteil upon by Mr. Davidson, however, reminds me of a rich discovery that was made in ...
Railway Extension. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
SRtil:3i':! Eitciliidlb, T'le "ixtcninsn of railways tliro ghouot A.?atrllit is aliering- the condition of ex istence in- S wily that, to a Inrge extent, was not anticipated. ?Ie nmst have been a very far-seeing man whlo ten or fifteen yenarsago, corld predict'tthe effect that mrilsny exteesion through Giplslsand would have on blan valies, irrespective of the mineral res.?irces'it is destined to develope. Yet, unquestionaibl, railway extension to the fit pastures of New Sooth Wales and Queenslind has depreciated,'to'aiy extent, the valie of land in the Southern Colony. It is no'nnswer' to say'thatland in Victoria' ihas actually risen in valud. The increase of populatidt iosures a progressive increase in lnil 'vnlies and were it not for'the increased competition of-the -cheap lands of thlb fa'r interior, produced by railway facilities, the lands near the "centres of mpoplation wor6tld be "dt'a tmuch 'highler level thin they are now. '3iut if lanid 'neir "ilhe"'ahdardlhas 'de creased ...
Yinnar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
.Yinuar. -0-- - r(F?O? A CORRESPONDErT). Since .my last we have been steadily. ardvdncing and there is nowa prospecttlat in thel" sweet Ivr and bye" our township will 'nt he" alluhded to as that "paltry Yinnar. The contractor for our new church has the framework erected, and ivill soon start to enclose'itin. The struc trre, when finished, will no doubt enhance ttlie anpearance of the place very murch. Our Alechanies Institute is likely soon to be an a~r6mplishled fart, s t?rhe eommittee has accepted the tender of Mr. Colemnnr for the erection of the brilding, the price being £204 18s, to be completed by the end of this yor. . . Mr. A. Pritterson of .tithe Yinnar Saw Mills Co rmet 'with' a "somewhat 'severe accidebt one day last week, but hasto far reconered as to he able to go homre'to his fatilly'wiho rerile at t'Varrmgl.i .The two Saw rMills adjacent to'this Ipace are nowt in full swing, anlLikeep the new timnher plat'form frdlly occupied. The arddiiinios to the Yinrnar lIotel are...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
Laidlaw & Graham. Laidlaw and OGraham, (Late Harrinae; Lawrensonik Laidlaw.) CATTLE SALESMEN, " STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL. AND GENERALi COMMISSION AGENTS, *.--..- VALUATORS, &c. lead: Ofice' _"....- -. Traralgon Br-ach ,, ... . lorwell. Auctioneer: ... J. D. LAIDLAW aTR'AUi!dOao , M0NDA Y ocT. 28Tr T AIPLAW t GRAHAM will soil on " 'above date nat their yards f Forward dairy steers 15 ".yr-old stecrs.: , : ,. ," :" " }n $:"> to0 Ster'rs; fO' years- " 20 Good poddies 24 4-yr-old bullocks, half fat 20' do do stores 5 Cows, in calt t17 Cdlvcs. yearlings TO LET lit AUCTIOON. First.ClassA Aicldtural and 'Dary '`arms. 'TRARALGON, MiONDAY? OCTOBER I8. ,AiDLAW,. GGRAIIA3 willsdibmit to l?J"ictiohon n?al;oe date, at noon, the orintiasgfor a term'?of- three yeas -of that l?plendid Farm of Mr. John.De Groot's (nlate Silll's)situated flvesmilcs -fiom Traalgon, contanring- ,r' 826 anres, mre or lss, halig a frontag t of two miles to thoTraralgon Creek, "being mostly rich alluvia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
BUSINESS DI-RECTORYI Ader;tittneits eunder 'this Adad swill ' be inserted far Re. id. per quarter. *A DONALDSON. Mbrchant. The oldest e. cheapest~'and best, Commercial-road' M6rfell. A Y ONE wanting.a good hibae or hair cut, call di C. A. SM ITH, HairdreserI R Otiirdtercial-road, Morwell. A.IAVANAGIH & HARRIS, Cheali Cash * Store. Drapers,Grocers, Ironmongers, - OmemWorc~irad, Mltw.ell frEI R lu otl, Commerm - cial-road, Morwell. .Best brands 'kept. Good stabling. Commercial.road,. Horwell. S B. t * :MILIER, Hairdresser, Tobacco ' *e niat, and Stationer... Agent for all Smagazines and newspapep. Every novelty, secured. Commerclal-rba.,?i rweil. "T-AIDLAW & GRAHAM, Cattle Sales L:' men,. Stock,-Estate, Financial,' and General' Cshiilassion. Agents, Irwerill. and .Traralgon. -OHRN ENGLISH, Auctioneer, .Sto?? and Station Agent, Station-street, Moraell. Charges strictly moderato. SATSON & CO: General S'torekee pert l ']"Commercial-road ', Morwell. Boots Sand Shoe...
GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
- AIlN MIARKET. Wheat.- rrina milling eamples, bisa4 medium milling,. s to 5s 01d; inferior and faulty, 4s 4d to 5s 14d. As rwe are now approaching the end of the year with nnnsuallysmall supplies remaining in hand, we can well discard the estimates 'hich have been published from time to ttme by vanrlonus authorities of, the produc tion of wheat in this colony during the present year, and comparo the actual stocks, which can be very closely stated with our - requirements until the new wheat isavanili able. The following figures, which have been, carefully compiled by three of our lenading. houses in the grain trade, will therefore be found interesting : :. . . • STOCKS.,.:'*. ,. 'ags.' Total stocks held in Melbonrno? • . 12th October, 1889 .. I05,000 Stocks"held at various country . stations on 19th Octobe-, 1889... 1 107i600 Stocks. held by farmers on 19th . October, 1889 .. ',000 gREQUIREOMETS.' . Bnags.'? -' - ' . Nine weeks' consumpe . .??" tlon,- at 27,500 bags ler week . 47,60...
Cricket. MORWELL v. ROSEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 October 1889
Cricket. ,M(tRWELL v. ROSEDALE. Thp aubove match was playedl at Rnse dale on S:turday last between the above dnbs, and eventuated in a win for the homrn team by. 7 runs, tie scores beingf (in the firstinnings) Morteell 23, Rosedale 30. In the second innings, however, the visitors made a bettor sehow, and, had time allnoell, would have turned- the tables, as, wh4n the horologe pointed, to tlhihler, tlhj haId anlyl3" rena to sake,'. dndl three wickets to ftll. The following are' the scores : nROSEDALE--Fit Innings. b'Shean,.o and b Strangard .. 0. •.4.' Deakin, b'Strangw.ard- : ..0" " " 'eakln;h Stiangward 3 -J.: Bowman, b Stranwarnl. ... 2 Cairns; c Henry, b Strangwnrd Crdoke, run out ..: . :'112 P. Bowman, b Strasgward ..0 A.Allen,b NeLuson . 2 lHarrison; b Nelson 2 Waters, not out .. 2 'tlowley, runr but. . 2 . b. nwELLh-First Innings. Strangward, b Crooke ... 4 "Graham. run out... . SLlvlngstone, runost ,. .iI Nelson, bA\llen .. .. ... 2 Crowe, run out... . , 0 Date, e Deailn, b C...
Cricket. MORWELL v. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889
S Cricket.;' MORWELL v. TRARALGON. The above mnatch was phtyed.'on Sautr-. day last, at Trnralgnn, and resulted in -a Win for the home teamt by 9 rmns. .Tho niatch was watched With great interert by lshoutl00spectators. Morwell went ?first to the crense:.iand, when the lhot 'wicket fell had scored 70, nf.which Strangwlird, who playei a brilliant innings, contrihutoil "32. The Trarulgonites then took pissession of the willow, iand 'mainly through thie efforts of Gunn, .who played a fearless forward gatie, topped the visitors' score, by 9. The following is a detailed, ac count: S .onWELte-Flc~nt Innings. Livingstone, b Gunn-- ... . - GOraham,b Ounn...' ... .. O.' Btrangward,'b Miller ... ...'32 Crowe, b GOunn ;;. ... ... 0 Ferguson, baBurland . .... 13 i., N?lson;'e Wilson; b'Goni , '...:- 0:: 'Dr. Moir, b Gunn , . ... 7 Bonko (capt.), b IItmn ... ,.. 1 DAte, b Miller-=....-- ......6... 6 Fiddis, b Miller' ... 0 Turnley, not out;;. '.. ... I Byes ... .... Totali...: . .' .!70, I owt?o...
HE HAD TO WALK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889
HE HADITO W1ALK.; The' public 'xecutiorier aiiived' at Wagga by. the:o mail _train to-day, to carry out ris duty in the execution of Reilly the murderer of the drover Christian Eppell; The cabmen refused to convey him and he therefore ihad to 'walk from the station, i .: SHARE MARKET. Friday Evening. Great Morwell Coal Co.-S. be 6? ? GreatMdorivell Coal (paid):-S, 8e.3d.
Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889
S Ariecultural Gossip. Thle'present seasdn in its effect upon the a-pearance 'f the -country is in marked contrast to last yeur, when about this 'time the-grass was already parching for the want of moistnre and browning in 'the too early-heated rays ,if the sun. But the present spring is a spring indeed. :i 'all the grazing'districts of thie colony the eye tay feast ait pleasure on wide areas which rdll in a luxuriance of grass. The hilli and dales of the undulating country are a mass of grass-green verdure thle frequent downfalls of rain assisted by the warming rays of a genial sun having prodmced something like ai transformation scene. Cattle and stock Ifl eo naturally under these fdvourable circumldtances a very pledsant time of it end are in-splendid condiition. The crops promliss largeyielms and so far rmast"imhich has been dreaded owing to the moistutre of the spring is onlyshlowing faintly in'a few'localities. . Th ?e abundance tof grass this season is causing somdthling like...
MORWELL V. YINNAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889
MOIRWELL V. YINNAR. Thu match will take place at Ytnnar'tao dayw(Saturday) when the following team will. represent Morwell:-Orowe, Turnlay. Living.' stone,'Orahdm, Dr.'Mbir. Nelsan, Fereuson, Date, .StrangwanrdlBanke. -Fiddis. Emer. aj'dies.-Jones, Stewart, Crozier. 'A olotingn~ 'n'amed rweed`y, etniloyed on the I'owdrsedutt EItate, seffered a rather serious mishap'on' thur?lay. ItIe was rldlnig into the Post Office '.at Ma?fra, across a paddock when ltho~!hdrse put ihis foot in a hole 'whiich :wis hlld een 'with' .thel long. grass, and fell with ?ils .rider,, r olling over hlmi'and brcking 'one of 'his legs. Tweedy managed to extricate himself, and assayed the attemnpt of. crawling to. where bhe. could obtain assistance, and succeeded in coveringa'milc "hada half 'in twohours. 'On'coring nelrto the "Briago long roal he commenced to " cooey:" 'when he fortunately attracted the attention:eof ,Mr James ;French,: who was going to tea;; who having ascertained his requirements, proceeded...
TELEGRAMS. Received Morwell Office, 7.10 p.m. Victoria. MR. MICHAEL DAVITT'S ADDRESS. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889
TELEGRAMS. I[Br ELGErOTIC IELEoSPa.] T ((PROM dOR'OW ConRREPO.NDEnst.) Received Morwell Offce, 7.10 p.m. Victoria. M1R. 1ICHAEL DA'VITT'S ADDRESS. MELBOURtE, Friday. 'Cables;from London dated 31st. alt,, htate that Mr. Michael Davitt concluded his lengthy and :impassioned .address before the (Commission to-day amid loud applause. The Commissioners were greatly-impressed by Mr. Dasitt's eloquent recital of 'iheo wrongs of his party and the injustice perpeterted'tpon the Irish people. 'The president, Sir James I?annen, ,complimerited Mr, Davitt 'highly aron the ability 'and eloquence of his speech.