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New South Wales. SYDNEY, Friday. THOMAS THE BANK ABSCONDER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

New South Wales. . SYma, Friday. THOMAS THE BANK Tm ABSCONDER. Tragowell Augustus William Thomas the teller, who victimised the Bank of New: Zealand in Sydney' of some thousands, was brought before the City Police" Court this morning charged on warrant with defrauding the bank out of £7,000. He was remanded to Friday next. It is.stated tlhat the total loss to the bank isi £15,000, but' nearly half that amount has been recovered.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

Stud Notice. To Stand this Season at Meryln. Morwett. THE THIOROUGIBRED TROTTING STALLION "Pioneer II." By Pioneer (Imp.) Dam a thoroughbred Panic mare. Pioneer is a black horse, 4 years, 16} hands, verystrong and well made. He took First Prize last year at W1arsagul, 1orwell, and Maffra, as stallion for getting carriage horses and hunters, cavalry horses for India, and Trotting horses. Pedigree on Cards. TERMS £4. Also THAT FAST TROTTING STALLION "CWildfire," A .GREAT PRIZE TAKER. TERMS £2. Mares left on grss £1 extra. 3hares not proving in foal served free next All Mares to be paid for before removal. season. L Every care taken, but no responsibility. C. E. CORNEY. To stand this Season at IHazelwood, (Late Coill Shaw's Farm), THE PURE-BRED IMPORTED CLYDES DALE STALLION, 'RANFURLY. SANFURLY, bred by Mr. Lang, Auchen I1 rail, Bridge of Weir, Scotland, and imported by Mr. Alexander M'Whinnie, ex s.s. Chollerton. from London. Rannfurly is a beautiful dark brown, is rising seven years ...

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Childers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

The usual fortnightly 'moeeing of the :M.I.A.-.was held on the ovenin" of the 19th.i ,After the'minutes of the previous meeting: 'were read and adopted. Messrs. J. Proctor ,and Ellingen gave readlings. Tho former' read; ' How. ill Adams won the Battle'sof 'Waterloo," the latter "The labouring men.", .11r. C. Crisp 'then gave.. an essay oni "' Electriclty' 'The es saist described the1 'different modes of prodlucing electricity. "Tlhe wiLy the electricelight iF produced, and the way lebiricity is used fortheo cbdssful working of the telegrpaph and telephone: He 'also showedsthe utility-of the telegraph, as it is 'used by 'ill nations, trades and lindusfties, ae:well as by individuals. Thore was not. very? niach ldiscuisaint: the nleinher 'asredlng ,in" the 'imin witl 'theo esayist,'after which the made a-short, )reply. The Cleiirman'announced:.that readings 'would be given at'the' next meetin. byi :a"essrs.'Gorman and S. Dickinson, ani an 'essay would be given by Mr. P.Davies ·on "' ....

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THE WEATHER AND THE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

THE WEATHER ANiD THE RACES. Mr. Ellery's tip for to-morrow is fine, and geneial wedither. Forfeits for the Derby were aeclared to-day' The most noticeable absentee is Singapore. A dozen horses are left in the race. The blue and white banner will be represented . by, Dreadnought .and Rudolph. The usual arrangements for the conveyance of the thousands of visitors to the races have been' made by the railway department;

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Death. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

.In isitsever'pa'liodf life' e alk 1sad! sand mournful. tasks are sometinmes allotted: ,to is, and ithis it is we 'find ourselves. lilaceld in'the'pailriftill positimn of having to ,record the death of Mrs. Mind, the-beloved. ,wife'of Mr.'Chas,-Henry Pitt Nind, at thel 'early 'age of . 85 years. ,Beloved n Id llhonoured!by all WSho 'knew her, the news; :of the 'sudden'demise of, the ,doceasedl lady onTuesday morning tollcheillmany a istout 'eart'5itt ordinarily 'iveon `tod uper-, ticial grief oir childiish sentiment. In' ourl Lsmall community a .link in the chain ofI .happiness was broken, and the machinery, 'of everyday life ,for' a' moment 'hushed,! -nor :is it to be 'wondered at,.for all who: .knew:.' rs. Mind in life saw in her.the. ' :combined'virtues'df a fond wife, a'loving smother, and a truee woman, 'who was 'always 'foremost 'in ,diding in any 'good 'work, anti whoso daily life, had a chasten-' iong'effect upon all with whom she caine in'corltaet.' Heuman sympathy l will a...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

*:, ...." BUSINESS 'DIRECTORY -Advertioemcnts under this head will be inserted for Zs. 6d. per quarter. A DONALDSON, Merchant. The oldest A- M cheapest, and licit, Commercial-rad' : -: cut, call on t. A. SMITH, Hlairdressecr, 'Comm'ercial-road, borwell. _ - NAVANAOH : HAlRIS, ohenP Cs S .¢ -. Store.;: Drapeors,sroccr5, Ironmongers, S&c., Commercial-road, )Iorweil .C E?K:EL E iER. Club ~ otel, Commer. lJi. cal-road, :Morwell.. Best, brandos %ke pt., Good stabling. Commercinalr-nd, Morwell. T B MILLER, lifrdresser, Tobacco. S' - nost and Stationer. - Agent for:nll 'migaoinesand newspapers. Every novelty secured. Commorcti?.l-ro~d,orwell. "TAIDLAW '" GRAHAM, Cattle Sles'. . .ren, Stock, Estate, .Financial,'nd General Commissiolo Agents; Morwell. and Traraigon. .TOHN ENGLiSH, AuctioneerStock and `'.J Station Agcfit Stntion-street, Morwell. Charges strictly'mdderate. ATSON e O., General Storekeeper. " Commercial-road, Morwell. Boots 'and Shoes a speiality. 'S., WITSON, Fancy Gopa...

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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

.RAILWAY MAINIFEST. GooDs-Messrs. Matson and Co, Druton, Tulloch. PA roEOLS-li3srs. Ihodes, Compston, Orr, Loder, Mrs. A. Richardson (2) Gilbert, Rintoull, Stephenson, R.' H. Johnson, Muirdoch, Patterson, Kelleher, Patton, W, H. Smith. Daley, Waldon, Doppler, Corney, Brown. r ' BDOTTEI BoXES.-- Messrs: Porter, Irazon, Wuttrtck, Lyons; ' Cook, Jensen, Junior, Dunbar, Derham, Shirton, Comuming, McDonald, .Hogan, Rinkln, Dunstan, Crany, Power,: Gleeson, Oglivie," McGauren, Hall, Johnson, Stephens, Mulcare,. Cranwell, O'Haram; -Allold Farrell,- Gilbert, Maorrell, EnHgllsh,.Fannn, Furnell,.Lawless, Maher, Matthqlls,si..oneet1Vuttrick;' Shnr', Thomnip so?n; Buekl'y; Aict;":Wal6n, Watson. . - . . .,

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

'Our ',eflbourne Letter. .t '(PRO'st otR "ow. "CORRESPOixNDEx.) There are not wanting indicdtinr.s that an' attempt will he made to revive the land johbbing iania during ihe comning enmmer. One ef the evening. nowspapers hais been ttrying for antoe pot td geot people into the' mortn rfor maling anotheor plunge. ITher a-e lumnlreds of men ready to ruoh into. another land boom no doubt, only tile, mischief is thit they.cannot get the banks Tinto the samne way of. thinking. Tihe ipaper in qestion-The Evcnlsi S'rAsoenr -says'F:-" Ti banking returns -have' 'shown us that the shock was 'only` momentary, anti tie colony is sotntder' 'than 'ever. Money, and plenty 'dr 'it,1 changed from polc;ct to pocket duringa lle boom Hays; but there Was nnonedf It lost, ,and it is all romnetshere'yet in the couitry," That isjnst it. Money did ctln tge 'from; pocket to pocket. -'And it is?uite true that. "it is dll soinosahere yet in the colony." It was that change from pocket to pocket' that people -com...

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COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

We hate received froinm 'te ~lepnrt merit an extensive repbot of the sit ti : 'of the Commission appointed to enquire into the coal resotrices 'f the colony, and althotngh we cannot in, one issue publish tltewhiole'weitend conitiniuing it froen week to week. The 'followieg is "the :evidence given by Mr.. Alfred; William Howitt : 'How nng, have you been Acting Secr tary for Mines ?-Three nithes. How long have you resided in Gipps land:?-1 went there in 1859, and I' have resided there almobt continuously since 1863. Have 'yon an extensive knowledge of the whole 'of fippsland ?TYeso, I think I have. iYou ,heard 4'rr eadl Mr. Mtiriray's evi-; ddnco before thii Coimniission 'iannt coal 'and'cal discoveries ?-2.Yee; Idad 'it in ithle Anous '.. . : ' '"' ' . . In which"ho" l alleges "'th.itl'n 'area of" about 2;000 square miles might prove smore, or less prodiuctivd?-Yes2' You havb' also .indicetted ,to.. us certain• toendaries'. 'Having;ege'rdt tthose cir-: enimstances,-and your grout kno...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

GRAIN 1 MARlKET. Whopt.--Primm milling samples; 5s '4d modlum m flling, to to s O11d; Inferior nnd faulty, 4s 4d to Gs lId. .Oats.-Now.Zeanlnd stout leed;, is Od to Is 7d; stoot TI'? manaln', ls" Old; VIctori?i ' rtarians, ae 4d;.. to.'as 41d: Cnlcettns, '8s to is 2d. lharley.-New Zealand, is 2 to lie id; medium,. 4s Bid to 5s ; Victorian pirimoe ma?ing., to As 6Gd Inferior 'do, to 3a Sd. Maize shows a good advance, and we sold a small parcell at 4s 4}d. Peos had sales at st Id. Brri taken at Is 2d. Pollard had sales at Is 3d. Rfe ygras quitte at 4s. The Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Com pany Ltd. report:-Cheese.-We had a large supply forwarnl and very hard to move off. Prime 5d to bid; and.medsum 31d to 4ld. Potted butter, new.-Prime, 5d to Gd; 4jd to 3d for medium; Fresh butter.-W\e had a large quantity f£rward, and a good attens' dane oel buyers. The niarket is disier than lanst week. ,Prime, G~d to 8dlper lb. Medium 'froid 561 to 6d; inferioilowcr; Eggs.-lld to Ild perdozen.: Ba...

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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1889. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2 1889 Topics of the Week. TEXIiiW8l I another colntn Mr: Henry Godridge cells tenders for the erection of a cottage nt'Morwell Bridge. INVITATION BALL.-Cards are again oudt for an Invitation ball 'to be given by tho North Hnzelwood Footballers on Friday next, 8th November. SALT B lTTER.-Iritending'eihibitors are reniinded that the last 'day for 'reclving entries for salt butter for the Grand N'ational show is Tuesdayn . ne ' ' .CRICKET.--At a meeting of tose Norwell Cricket Club held at, Mr. J. B. Miller's on Tuesday night, the bat presented by Mr. F, C. Mason, for the: highe?t' score during the past season was handed over to Mr. T. aergeson. ' LAIDLAw AOD' GOtAI?AMt.- e se by the Government GaOnzette that Mr. J: D: Laidlaw has been appointed to the positohn' hf Government Land " Aucticnicer and':) his partner, :Ir. John Graham; to that of sworn valuator. NAhORACAN SIIInE SEROR TA'Y.- At "the ordinary meeting yesterday. Mr.. B.: Lang ford ...

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A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

A Voice?Tro.m t?he, street. --4- BY PEcREoGNF. PICKLE. An'anooymous correapon it 'of Traral ;gon who is evidently deeply interested in my ;sayitgs and doings "want's to kdow, .?ou know,"." why'l let'e'stopped st?rAINo 'rfrarlgon," and asks if there " is anything 'in it." I must inform ny' secret friend that like'tois cranium there is NOTtIlNu Ii, 7T', except perhaps that I doe't like, to! *?throw wyater. on a drowning rat: Coal is' the all-important topic of the 'day. Only a little while ago the general public l?ghed at the idea of it, blit now a-days it is hard to find a oman without a :limip of brown coal in one-hand and piece of fire-clay in the other. The ganmbling vpropensities of the tos' are coming ollt, sand it promises very shortly 'to be a second Monte Carlo. Talking abhot coal I heard a'rather inteeestinf story the -ther day. A man was graphlcally describing the great frre *which recently occurred at Walhalla.- " The wllole town was 'burnt" ':he exclaimed, one day the pla...

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Narracan Shire Council. FRIDAY, 1ST NOVEMBER, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

PiattnY, '1st NovEanen, '1889. Present-The President. Crs. Howlett, :Powell, Lloyd, Coleman, Stanton, Geach, :Pope,?UIampton and Hasthorpo. tORnnsPoxDPr.aEo. ;From Board of advice No..824, asking tor a path to meet proposed turnstile opposite to tihe Post Office at Yarragon as the satme is required by children attending state school.-Cotuncil tnake footpath. From Office of Lands and Survey, in reply !to shire secretary's letter of 5th September, 'refusing u road along bridle track in parish of Moo, which -had been asked for.-Received. From secretary Warragnl Shire, stating a sum of £25 has been placed on this year's estimate for the purpose of inmprov. Ing portion of West J'urwin road. Iteceired. Circular froms Metropdlitan'Shite, swith resolutions passed at a mee:ting--"That the endiowrnent he divided pro rata £2 to £1'on a slhilling rate and that there he no £3 to £1 subsidy as at present. 2-That it is inadvisable of the shires generally that there should be any litmitation to til...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

Lidlaw S& Graham. Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawrenson Laidlaw.) CATTLE "SALESEN, STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS-, VALUATORS, &.c. ".*. OFnCEs : .: TRARALGON AND .MORWELL. Government Land Auctioneer : J. D. LAIDLAW. Sworn Valuaitor J. GRAHAM. MORWELL, MiONDAY, NOVEMBEi 4. LAIDLAW-AND GRAHAM- wisell at . their yards on above date .18 Goiod store cows . 830 Young cattle, mixed genders 50 1~yr.-old steers and heifers 12 Store cows " .:.: 21 Poddles, good colors 18 2yr-old steers 11 Yearlings.... 23 llyr.oid steers and heifers - 14 Nice heifers, from Mirboo ;' : ... 1 Good harness horse Horses, plgs, Se. NARRACAN, WEDNESDAY, . NO. 6 L"AIPLAW .GRAHAM will sell on above date at their yards 8 Good springers : 6 Store cows 15 2-yr-old heifers 156- do , steers, 10 Store cows forward '' 10 Poddics ' TRARALGON HORSE SALE. TRARALGON, FRIDAY, NOVF. 8.' L AIDLAW. and .GORAIAM ?willt sell at -their.yards on above date 80 Head of horses,'ponies:?e ,...

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Commercial. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

Comnnlercial. ------+-- ·. Saturday. Messrs. Laidlaw and Graham report for Monday, 28th inst.:-Our yardsv were well supplied and there was a large.nattendance; the bidding. all round was better than late sales, with an 'advance in prices' for good stores. 'Fat bullocks fetched to £7'7s 0d; steers; £2 17s to £4 Od ; cows, £3 £3 9s; forward heifers, tp.£4 7s ldi; poddles, 30s to 42s; heifers to £219s. Pigs.-Short supp'y, to 25s. We also 'sold covered weggonsetet and horses, £37 10s, and' privately, during week, draft of 450 sheel at 8s ld apiece. Messrs. Lttile aid' Borthwick riort: Fat Cattle.-About the same as last week, We sold bullocks. £6 10s to £7 6s; cows, £3 to £012s Gd; vealers. £118s to £2 8s. Store Cattle.-Lrrge. numbers coming forward, which are .redily sold at good. prices, the 'demand for good bullocks and' cows being' very brisk' At Maffra about 2000 forward, and prices quite 'up to the previous week's high rates. :; Messrs Mathleson and, Davis report: Fat cattle.-About...

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INDECENT ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 November 1889

INDECENT ASSAULT. A young man was arrested in Numurka to-day named Scott, charged with the serious crime of criminally assaulting a young girl of weak intellect named Margaret Walsh.

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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

' WLLTYAlSTOWIT RACES. The .following are the result.:-- _.,-_~ IUIWDLE RACE. -Moondah. I ... Et Sno rn ... 2 Ludy lloeeherry . - . "3 *TELeOnAn'n STAgES. Marqno .1 r Coronation 2. Ilubellion ... ... 3 \VILUIA3ISTOW ' CUP. Tarcoola .. ".1 !ewliaeter . ... 2 r\lerlborotctll- :' ... ... B

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NARROW ESCAPE OF AN ENGINE DRIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

NAARIOW ESCAPE OF A7 ENGINE DRIVER.. An engine drivera nmed Ole'son fell from, the footplate of .his':engine near Ilawthorn to-day whilst the train was proceeding at .a gooi speed. le fo?tu nately fell a little clear of the line, and thlls escaped a horrible ddeat.h" ,

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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

: gIrlcultlmral Gossip. Tihe 'Vicloinan Ilailway Countis Rioners, 4.ittvc t etmlulnoened rutnnig Sull day goods truitns in order to rolie'oe th"I block in the traffic. It is satitlsfdtory tlhit they htave at least colume.nced to do' muotelhing tow?,arls this endl, tIhough this pariculair stup will pilmbaly bring then intto trouble with the Slabathlrians. It is to I,u, hopedI, olwever, itat tito con Onlissionirs will not Ilsa sight of thin fact that hmtter. manageiment of their rolling stock wout he a it muci hbetter oniy out of the dlhllrclty thitn running Sinulay, trains. Wnhen the recent deputation wuiitel' upon theo' omniissinners, M.1r. Speigllr toll themtI that 200 trucks was not a large nilnrher comuparel with the total running on Victorian lines to be in tlhe workshlops for repairs at one time. Unforttuntely Ile deputation were not aware, though the Chairman knoew it well enough, that theren were 400 tratks being repahitd at lthi Newport workshops. This is an extraor dlintry ...

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

'GENERAL. Cable communication is now laing 're-, stored, Iaml the overland line, w{tic?h was i borrupted at Peake will hbie-in worlking order to-tmorrow. Thomas, the New -Zealand hank de faulter, was broiught before thoe Citv'Cort to-day, antiagain remanded till Monday next. A man anlnerl'LeLmprier was finrd !£2 :to-day forcassaulting the police and station mIaster It Footscray, and refusing to pro dnoe ficket. Some cases'of baby-facrning have come to light' at Oreswick. Tl'ho mayor presided at a mooeing at the Town Hall to day, when it was resolved to, giveu farewell banquet.to Sir Henry Loch on Thirslday next,

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