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DAN. BARRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
DAS. BARRY COMPFANY. On Wednecdey night last, Mr. Dan. Barry's, Dramatie "Compauy .appeal?l. 1n : the leehad.-?"s' Hlnll, in the drama "'Snarfed." Motwiththtltdig ?that the house was a very 'small one the company played, but'dE co·se nothinglike they vould to a buhmper house. In fact the performers.seemed to look upon it as rather a joke hatthe lung lost-husband should turn up suddenly after being dead for "10 years. Henry Chditerton, who was suppo slto be agentleman et ancient name, with 'no money, seemedt to lack another ,scarce commeaty in~'ls world-brains-and how the wayward impulsive Della Challis could, love him beats us completely. Major 'Gordon Uhnllis irnas a most obliging 'friend 'to "One .Eye' -and. Private Bowles, nd threw his livers about like water. The only 'gentlemen who bore up under the "sight of empty benches "-was Mr. Frank Beverly,'the "" bckward " curate. Several other oharacters were absent without leave, and altogether wec would like to see it played to .a hd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
Laidlaw & Graham. Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawraaon? J lidhlat.) CATTLE SALEMSEN, STOCK, ESTATE. 'FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGEN`'S,[ VALUATORS, . o. o. I.I'?..s: .: . , .. TnARIALGON AND "- MORWELL.. Government Iand otictioneer : J.D. LAIDLAV : . Sworn Vallator: .. . J. J GRAIIAM. MOiiWEIE . ? MONDAY 'NOV., 18. LAIPLAW & GRAIHAM wil ,selt'on above date at their yards 4 Prime fat cos' : .: : 7 Good store.cows 20 Cows and Calves 15 Good heifers 20 Steers, 2 yrs. , 40 Good poddles From Mtirbo o,without reserve, 80 GOod steers, 2 to 2) yrs. 16 Forward helfers 0loRUWELL, ?NPDAY, NO,. :18. AtM.rlocli's 'Iotel. -. LAND. LxN. D LAIDLA:: GRAHAM have been cci'in structed by Richard Mlnckny, Esq., of Traralgon, to offer.to public coinpetition on above date THAT.' YAALUABLE `PIECE" OF " LAND, berig Lot 8, block',2 of. -;lady. Park, 'andt- having 67 feet frontage to the main, road,.' and "sinomto Helen street, by a'.deptl obf 30ft.": ". . ' - This should lipro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
DIRECTORY -- .. . T. - .Adve:tisements under this head toill be inserted for 2s. 6d. per quarter.: A DONALDSON, Merchant. The oldest , cheapest, and best, Commerciil-road, 'lorwell. SNY.ONE wantinga good share'or hiair A cut, call on C. A. SMoITH, Hairdesser, +Commer~ial-roal, lorwell. . Ic1AVANAGH S HARRIS, Cheap Cash J' Store. .Drapers, Groces, Ironmongers1, .c., Commercial-road,E Morwel. rt. KELLEHEIt Club lIotel,.-Commier .? ? deal-road?I;tlorweoll. tDBest brands !kept. Good stabling. Commercial-rond, More'ell. J B. MILLER, lnairdresesr, Tobaccoe Sa nist, and Stationer: Agent for all magazines and newspapers.. Every novelty secured.. Commcrcial-eoitdMorwell. 1AIDLAW & . 'GRAAAM, Cattle Saies. L men, Stock,Estiat;' Fniancial,- 'and. GeneralCGommisslon Agents, Morwell. and .1raralgon. , JOHN ENGLISH, Auctioneer, Stock and SlatlonAgont,' Staltion-stret, Morwell. 'Charges strictly moderate: " VATSON e CO., ,Oenorat Storekeeper. ,V Commerclal-road, l'Morwell. ., Boots sand Sh...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
Coimnaercals , o "t . :r SMessrs: Laidl;, nri Graham report: -We held it succesful clearing sale for Mr. D.- Waldon at his farm, Ilighlields; and cleared everything at satisfactory prices at follows -3lilking cows, £3 JUs,t £3 ?2l Gd, £4 fs; £4 15., £56.2s td, i?£.10s,r£G. .lHorses,.£3 5s,.£3 15s, £8,. £10 l15, £14, £18. Farnting ..implements, and.. other sandries at -good prices. Also toI=diy (Friday), for Miss Smilthi tiher dairy heird' at satisfactory rates. S-Ait T~irarlgn.on Tuesday oi account of Mr. Price; laise, land m-aijl furniture at a liatisfacinrg price, Mr. Milligan, of Traral gun, being the purclhaer. Lalllnw and Graham report for Monday. IIth inst--Our ynars were, wel supplied with stock; 4651 enad Ipennscd. "The bidding was draggy for some sorts, buyers sauiting thecmselves- with'the -lots showisg best cono, dillon and quality; a large. proportion sold privately and -iy. anietoi:- Prices --Three. yr.olds, In store condition, £i 8s, £3 Ils, £4; toi4 78; hCifters In ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
To Stand this Season at 3Meryla. leorwel. TIHE THOROUGHBRED TROTTING STALLION B.Plrioneer (Imp.) Dam 'a thoroughbred Panic mare.' Ploneer is a black horse, 4 years, 161 hands. very strong and well made... He took First Prize last year at d artagul, ?Morwell, and M3ftra, as stallion for getting carriage horses and bhunters, cavalry hores for India, nad:Trotting horses. .. Pedigree'on Cards. : TERMS £4. Also THAT FAST TROTTING STALLION , I?' Wildfire," i A GREAT PRIZE TAKER. TERMS £2. Mares left on grass £ t extra. ' blares not proving in fol served free ncrxl All Maires to be paid for before removal. season. Every care taken, but no responsibility. " ·. .. C: E. CORNEY. . To stand this Season iAt Hlnzelwood,' (Late Coll Shaw's Farm), THE PORE-BRED IMPORTED CLYDES DALE STALLION, R..ANFURLY, R ANFURLY, bred by Mr. Lang, Auchen Srail, Bridge of Weir,: Scotland. and imported .by HMr. Alexander 3SmWhinnie, cx os.s. Chollerton, from London. RIanturly is a beautiful dark brown, is rising se...
Gippsland Province Election. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
flppslan1d Prm'aince Eietles. [From the Metropolitan Press.] The Elections and Qualifications Com mittee met at -Parliament, House on Tuesday, to consider a petition lodged by Dr. Geo .Moore, .of Dicken-street, St. Kilda, against the return ot M?. Charles Sargeant for the representation of the Gippsland Province in tie Legislative Council. The chair was occupied by the Heon. H. Cuthbert, Miuiester of Justice, and there were also present Lieut.-Colonel Sargood, the Hens. D.' Ham, and S. W. Cooke. AMr. R. E. Hayes, instructed by Mr. J. Gray, appeared for Mr. Bargeant; and 5. Box, instructed by Mr. Hopkins,. for Dr. Moore. The petition lodged by the petitioner stated that Mr. Sargeant was attheo time of the said election incapable of being law fully elected a member of the Legislative Council of Victoria, arid was incapable of sitting or voting in the said Council, by reason of his not having possessed at the time of his nomination and election, or at all, tie qualiflcation required by...
Railways to Gippsland Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Rallways to Gippsland Nines. An arrangement has (states the AUvos) been cont? to between the Railway Coin missionies and the directors of the Great Morwell Coal-Mining Company, under which the latter are to construct a line of railway from Morwell station to the mine, a distance of about 'ix miles. The line will be proceeded with..forthwith, and. on condition that the' conmpany run at least 200 tons of coal over it each week between the time of its completion and the end of June next, the Railway Commissioaers will recotmmend Parliament. to place a suin of looney on the estimates to recoup the com pany for the sntlay incureml ist the construction of the line. On the money being paid t tthe company, the line will, of course, become the property of the Rail way Commissioners, who will afterwards makeo ,all provisions for working it in conjunction with the Gippeland main line. The same arrangements will in all pro bability be made with the Mirboo Coal mining Company, whose mine is situ...
The Finding of a Skeleton near Walha[?]a. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
The FIndling of a Skeleton near Walhalla.; On Wednesday night Mr. James Butler, shire engineer, informed the officer in charge at Walhalla that he had discovered the skeleton of a man about two miles on the iloondarra side of the Thompson River Bridge, and on Thareday morning Senior Constable Crabbock and Constables Riley and Scanlon, with blr, Butler visited the scone of the discovery, and found the skeleton of a nman with the clothes rotted off, but there was a' pair of lace up hboots with a shin bone in one of them. The bones were brought into Wal hallo, where a magisterial inquiry was Iwld.
Strange Affair at Sandhurst. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Strange Affair at Sandhurat. A tragic affair ecurred at Iroabark late on Thursday night. A man named Jno. Buchanan, who had been employed as a laborer on the railway line, was tdiemissed on Wednesday, and he attempted to commit suicide by hanging. HIo was found by his brother who cut him down. Buchanan then picked up as iron bar and hit his brother over the head, inflicting severe injuries. The brother is now in a serious condition.
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Commercial , Laidlaw and Graham report for Mondayf 18Oh iiot.-Vi had a very large supply o. stock forward, over 400 head being, penned The attendance as w goeod, anld bidding brisk throughout, evorything except a couple 6f lots being sold at late market rates. Prices Store cows, £3 6s., £3 8s., 43 10s., £3 16s., £3 18s-; steers, 83 to £3 Ss.; heifers, £3 3s., £3 fs, £3 12e to £4 17s; steers and heifers mixed, £2 6s, £2 7s, £2 9Os, to £2 13s; calves, 22s..25s.,20s; poddies, £1 15s, £1 17s to £2 5ls.; springing cows, £4 Os. Pigs-Stores 165s. 6d. to 19s Gd. LAND. On account of Mr. P. Toner his farm of 820 acres, at Morwell, at £10 per acred being by far the highest price obtained for any land in the distriet. It was purchased by a Melbodrne syndicato.
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
:1AILAY MAANIFEST. The following' goods were t the "rallwny sttion yoto rdy t r PAROELS.RHitehiet Stcphesone OGrahm Cavanagh and lHarris 'Leviston, Richardis Madd, M ulero; Woolfc, MIunloch, Patterson, Iivig. Rintonll,' Selden,. Rhodes, Dixen, 'Criiwell, Johnston; GOODS.-Howlctt, 0 -,O'Flahcrtyi,," Loder, Tulroch, Holmes. BUTTER', BOXes:=Jari?oe,' Watson r Day; Marshall Cummins, Stephens ':O'Gorman, Duostan, McDonald, Brown,. McOauran, Cook, Morris, :English, "Genlc, Findlay, Arnold, . Jaiiier, Cranwell. Clarke, M.MacKay, Jensen: McFarline, Mclhnes, hihw, Max.. well, Craniiwill, Cianny,; Rankin, Arnold.
Terrible Accident at a Coal Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Terribe aSccident at a Oaul Nine. A frightful lccident accuired at the South lBurwood Smlting Pit, 10 .niles from Nowcastle, on .Tliurday morning. Three en,; .Edward .a King, . Patrick R yan, Augustine White, with an overman,: J oh Whiteheadl; 'wre:,ehgnaged in ,sinkin operations." They'got into the;cage at the bottoml of the shaft to be hauled up; and allweat well till the time for stopping the egine at' the top .came, when, for some reason. or the ether not explained, ith engine man failed to stop the cage, which was brought with terrific force against the poppet heads. The hauling rope gave way, and the cage and occupants were dashed to the bottom, a distance of 400 feet. 'The four men were literally smashed to pieces, their bodies presenting a" horrible appearance.
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Auswers to Correpoutents.. SzataoHr Ou?.-.-We. would remind our correspondent that we only opposu the loan bkeause we honestly think it against the illterests oft the shire, or at any rate our portion of it.-, We are glad he thinks .so .o,. but - at the same time -must ?.smphatieally refuse to publishhbls Ictter, as, 'lthongh:.isome of. the .comnlaints ,against- the oufer. in question may be i true, they are uely partly borne outbhy facts;.. Never. fear we will speak, and - spak to some purpose, if sucha thing is attmspted. ' .
YINNAR RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
i YI-r:;nn^ .-tt rAtoGo^D.+ A'ýgPId p"rogrtniiun i offered tIne year in conn?tion withll the uloo.,club," the 'ilrize tnenuy JAltngether nammniiting "to •ianrly £70. Thi, nuoipled'withli the fact. that t'e cone ihe by far thio beatAin ihesu parts, should prove an.incentiuv to nwnrior of "ilyers'. te phico their entries in tihe Iands of Mr. J.. Butler, the secretary, bJy t|o 16th, December, lthe date on which the "ntries for the handicap and hurdles clioe. The residents of 'Yinnar deserve the highlest praise ?nr their energy in placing oefore the racing pnblic "soattractive a irogr ,inti?n &ycar .after year. `-'hi 3'iine they have "gone one better" by securing a special train, .whici"will travel frnim Morweiil onNew,Ycars, Day, ,in order hatl vimifore will rio? be iicoeimoded by waiting for the ordinary.
A Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
A Publie MeetlaPg P c OnThursday night last the M lecanica ? Institute was the scene of a public meeting in which nearly 100 citizens took part. The object of the meeting, called at the instance of several residents, through the columns of the GazErre,was to consider the advisability of asking the Goversnment to construct tihe line from the Great lMorwell Mine direct to Morwell in place of the 85 taile peg, where it is surmised the cone pany intend to take it at present. Many sound arguments were advanced in favor of the line coming to Morwell, or, fn'other words, the coal centre. Mr. Murdoch was voted to the chair, atd prefaced Bis opening remarks by saying that it should be thorougbly understood that they ?ad not met there in any spirit of antagomsm towarlds those connected with the mine, but simply to protect their own interests in view 'of the omany, mines likely to immediately fellow'the exatinple set by the Great Morwell,: Tho local station might be termed the actual centre t ...
THE CAKE AND APRON FAIR AT DROUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
THE CAKE AND. APRON FAIR AT Br As ExPenssVsSVls on. t The "Cake, apron, and necktie fair,:h gotfip'by"the ladies of the. Clh'iirch"of England, Dronin, 'was operied in the Mechanics" Institute ono Tuesday, and en far has been remarkably well"patronised. The hall is most artitistalbl decorated with ferns, flags, aass, &c., which gives 'it. a delightful pleasing, appearance,, and' the many stalls are covered with the thounsaid and one usefal and ornamental things ;t bs found at a bazaar. The Rev. Mr. Wilcox performed thk opening cerelitony. Unfortunately, the stalls and decorations take up,so much of the room space that there is very little left for visitors, and the place appears crowded with a comparatively small number, but the attendance on botth days has been satisfactory. • The stalls were presided over by the following ladies and gentlemen ;- Refreshment stall : Mesdames A. Edney, W. Fahrmas, Hearn, Maynard, and Miss Laeer. Flower stall : Misses' Fuhrmann,' Suteliffe, an...
The Late Mr. John Campbell. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
The late Mr. John CampbeIll ~-0- A nmetii'g i was lheold .al'Sale, in .order to open a subscription list in .aid. .of thewife and children of the late Mr. 'Joli Campbell, railiay guard,' who nmot hIis death while doing his duty on the :15th inst. - The sum of £19 18s.;6d. Awai'*collec1ed at once and £12 more promised. The list has-been forwarded ito us for.further signatures, and we are *sure all who Inei Mr, Campbell will not thesitato:to subscribe. We will.be glad 'to receive donations, which' will be :acknowledgedifroni iweek to 6wek in 'the Advertiser. The, following, gentlemen )have already contributed : S,; .' "-;SALE; . . Drew (Sayor) ...,1 1 .,0, R.'H;:Cnrter "',.. '' i :. I" '0 .R.J. Cher ,y .... ... 10 6 .T. ihonf'-' " 1 1 0 T. Norton, 1 0 TP. Finegan ... 2 -0 :FidlorBros, .. ... 5 6 0 WV. I. M'tiaghlan .. 10 6 A.?Boswarriok ... 06 6 IF. A; im M . .i 1 0 ... 0. I. Vallace ! "-i; . i,,0&lt; 3 * r,T, Tetil ,... .. ; ' ' 10' " 'Ciptnin N6ilMso ..- ,. I a -John I'etit,...