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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

. fojles ofrtIIh .lm .' i ., CROWDED Our Mauich interesting mAtter is this week unavoidable crowded out. DijiloLOTiO?o.-The old firm of Fergio and Harvey is no more, Mr. IHarve having brought his partnurs';interest is now playing a lone ..IMrOITANtT SALES.-In. another .column John !Barnes.and;Co. advertise some most important land sales, including9 35msgnifcet builtliag.allotments ;situate in thuliart of Morwell. :''' YAnRAGON COAL MIN?a;IN COMPANY. We have.it on reliable authority that :the shares in the above company were nearly appliedl for twice -over, arid had' tol be idealt 'with by priorlty of'applicatlon. CHnrnOrwor ENGLAND BAZAAR MInRBoO NTORTH.--.Th? aboveo bazaar was formally opened on Thursday evening by the .tuv. M r, ,Wileox, of Warragul, and, has so far proved an enormous suceoss, the takings .for the first night amounting to something over £60.:. It:will remain open until Saturday. ! C·ONCEriT.-In another column it will be noticed that on Friday, the 19th December ne...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lord Hopetoun ACCEPTS INVITATION. WILL ARRIVE AT TRARALGON AT NOON ON THURSDAY. MELBOURNE, FRIDAY EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

Lord Hopetoun ACCEPTS INVITATION.: WILL ARRIVE AT TRARALGON AT NOON ON TIIURSDAY. S[R SPECIAl? WIREc . 1MELBOURNE, FnIAY Evr.?ro. His Excellency the Governor, the Earli of IIopotoln, and suite, together with the Premier and Itnlnlers *of. the Ministry, have accjtile It n iuvitation:'dofthe Tm ralgrin Agricultural Society.:to visit the Grand National Shlow on the opdning day, 5th Decelmber. The, Vice-Regal, party leave Melbourne by special train on Thlursday morning, and will arrivo at Truralgen sahot noon., Both IIouses of Parlinamunt hl.ve been invited, and will be largely represented. Two other sljecial trains will leave Moll hourne on Thursday morning for Traraml gon, anod one on Friiday m.orn!ng.: Many of the lanst inllnentiul gentlemen'.in Mel bunrnu besides those invited Ihave intimatedl their .intention of being present on the opening day. Sleesrs. Daniel White anuidCo., carriage ulnittlers, are seunling by special a mloost hani;lsoneo arriageo far" conveying His Elxcelllenv ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 30 1889. COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

THIE SIATURDAY. NOVEMBER, 30 1589. COAL. THE visit of the Coal Commission on Tuesday last to Morwell may be reason ably viewed is the initiative step in the opening up of a great industry' in Victoria. We say the initiative step because nothing has so much weight "as ocular demonstration. .Mr.- Speight tells us hte came "to/see whetherthe department could obtain a supply of coal sutlicient for the Railway Department." The astute Chairman of the Railway Commissioners had heard about it, biut he wanted to know apart from the evi dence of others, that might be based;on self-interest, or undue enthusiasm, whether the Department ~ouid be justi fied in altering their l(esent modus operandi to meet the requ'st of those interested in the production of coal in Victoria. and having seen it we believe we are right in saying he is convinced of the genuineness of the enterprise. We cannot say for certain, for notithstand ing that Mar. SPEloHT made a tolerably loang speech for him, his real meani...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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New South Wales. A HEAVY SENTENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

New South ailesii. . HEAVY SENTENCE. SYDoEYt FRIDAY. Hugh Charles IIiddlestone,, thoe well known cricketer who was recently arrested for forgery was sentenced to three years' imprisonment. The judge, in summing up, said, there were 300 cases against him, and he?'ias'liable to i penalty of 10 years' imprionietit onr each wl;" which ",would amount to 3,000 years.a" ,I "-I ..

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Ensilage. (Continued). THE PRESSURE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

(Gonliinued). THE PRESURE... T have seen in some of the Entlisdh papers tinet sweet ensilage can ie- raole without ny prelssure at all, and I .iunld to put this to the test this season-.(1889). I remember, i wh Ile managing- the Bridg. watei.r Park onisat, ,on the Lnd r:in. for Ji.l HI.rwvi, E;q., t ie season 1875l r, at very wet otun. nl I a hil to convoer. 60 notes of fiem Iuclirnu. into hay-; The weatlher was very unproplitions for tlis work, anol in toy anxiuty to got it wall sarvl it wae site:kedl rt green, and a few calm, foggy lys foll in g, the': temitia ture of the stack rose to an alarml:ng height. The fodder became q lito dark in colour. but with :a s sheet stell and no opperaienon of dloey. 'riT . pltnr-k w?tr. ravenunsly fun o thisi l.hai, annl alto up ovary particle, tlirivin;' haitzingily on it. Altlhnigh I.knewi nothinn whatever abontt ensilage at the titme, tither sour or sweet, I unIcons?oinsly made first class, sweet on nil.go. I ott of opinion,: however,ithat bet...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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GOVERNMENT MUDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

GOVERNMENT MUDDLE.. Now that the' first "session of' t'ioew Parliament is hlosed, the country will have a long period before the next session opens,' wherein 'to reflect nepoin the .particular purposes, if any, to effect whiel they sendl their representatives to the House.-, If they are'tlere for ithe Ibettlennt of theliiiterests of the conntry by the initiation of legisla tion. in regard to, those questions upon which it is urgetrily required, the results achieved: are woefully signiflicant'of the utter incapacity of either the House or the Government to peiforni tih?dutiesexpected of them...But if they are'thore merely to enact the d'.Lordl'Bountifl, to lavish the funds of th'dcountry hereo, there, and evris.wlrlere, to expend surpluses ia a whiff, and to have a bright old timogenerally in which thlio is io' worl and'irithing worth mentioning ave, play, then they fulfil their destinies with 'a completeness which may be exceptionally gratifying to lthe pesple,, who are responsible ...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

Commercial. Laidlaw and Graham reports far Monday, '25th Inst. ,Our yards were well supplied, and'the attendance was large. Iliddlng was S?geid.iand late rates were tfully maintalnedtlvwe cleared all lots except t-am workers. Prices -Stcers, £3 to £3 19s; Cows In calf to £4 7s 6d; Steers and Heifersc, £2' O9 to £3 3s; Peddles, 30s; Teamnof 12 workers, £19 5sper pnir, and 6 workers aged £12 Is per pair, *Sheep at 8s id. Pigs, slips Os 8d.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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THE VISIT OF THE Coal Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

THE,.VISITOF THE Coal Comlission On Tueirday:last at:the, invitation of the directors of jilo?G'roza?Morwdll Coal Mining Coy., the bulk of ili. g-fitletnen repre senting the Coal Coinnissaioh visited the minu. Amongst ihoso present were (repro sentinl' tho Coal unt ssinn) Messrs. Lovion, Grpom, )Voods, Harris, Mason and Clark,.;M's.L:A.; Mr. '1.Culloch, H L.C:, and Mr Jatiiee' Willianis,?secrotary; alsd, Messrs. E. Smith, E. J:- Dixon and Carter, M's.L.A.; Messrs. Speight and Green, Railway Commissioners; Messrs 1Quliggan (Cliairisan' ofitlhe Directors of the .Great Mo3r ell : Compainy), Play;ford " Bharker, Godridgo, Corbett, Stirling (Mines' Depart ment), H.E. Wade and niiny others. The spucial wasmin charge of Guardi Carey.: SIt was'n originally intonded to pay the vsit on Monday, huitt?larlimieptary duties prevented' mauny oftlm Igonilemen- being preesen On Taosda, morning, howevor, ai wire wasn receuived at' the AvTiat usen Ollice intimaiting thatitho'Cdmnission wore en route, ...

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TELEGRAMS. Received Morwell Office, 7.10 p.m. Victoria. GENERAL. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

TELEGRAMS. [Br ELEaToac TcLEKORAPLI.] (FaoM ou' oWN ,CORRsPONDENT.) . Recdced Morw'el Offce, 7.10 p.m. VcEtoria-.:- . Aeno" " ? .~l i , Friday. A man named- Kunuith Garrie, who has heen married thirty five Sears, and deserted his wife for seven 'eas was tii-' da :,,broght before the har. of Justice, and ordered to pay 10s per weelfor main tainance. Cables hero to-d ay from Bo4nbay, state that Prince Albert Victor had a narrow escape'%f being- trampled'tb death by a wildl elephan:'' Colhel Satidersnn diverted the change and saved the Prince's life. .: Another disastrous fire has taken place at Boston, -Massachuesetts, the damage done 'being 'estimated at five million dollars. - There has been' a colliery explosion at oclhern, Berlin, .-by, whichl fourteen persons lost. their lives, and a great many were injured. The Rome cleared ont to-day with a good list of pasn ?ers and treqisre to the value of £45,000. The Earl: of Iopetoun' will be present at the Bicycle sports to-nmrrow. ' :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

Stud Notice. To Stand this Season at Meryla. Morwerl. THE THOROUGHBRED TROTTING STALLION "Pioneer II." SPioneer (Ip.) Dam a thoroughbred Pioneer is a black horse, I years, 16} ;hands, verystrongl and well made. He tooki TFint Prize last year tarrngul, Morwell, and Mafra, as stallion for getting carriage horses and hunters, cavalry horses for India, and Trotting horses. Pedigree on Cards. TERMS £4. Also THAT PAST TROTTING STALLION " Wildfire," A GREAT PRIZE TAKER. TERMS 42. Mares left on grass L1 extra. Mares not proving in foal served free next All Mares to be paid for before removal. seasron. Every care taken, .but us responsiblity. C. B. 'CORNEY. ' To stand this Season at Hazelwood, (Late Cell Shaw'sw Frm), T.fE PURE-BRED IMIPORTE' DLDES. DALE STALLION, RANFURLY. R ANFURLY, bred by Mr. Lang, Auehen rail, Bridge of Weir, Scotland. and imported by Mr. Alexander 3'Whinsie, ex s.s. Chollerton, from London. Ranfurly is a beautiful dark brown, is rising seven years old; stands nearly 17...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

Laidlaw & Graham. Laidlaw. and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawrenson & Laidlaw.) ,CATTLE ' SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUATORS; &o.- ,_. :OrnoCs: TRARALGON AND .-MORWELL.- Goviernment Land Anctinioeer : J. D. LAIDLAW.. " Sworn Valuator ... ... J. GRAHAM. HMORWELL;,MONDA ,: DECEMBER "2. LAIDLAW & GRAHAM will sell at their yards on above date: 30 3-yr-old Steers ' 15 2-yr-old Heifers 20 2-yr-old steers : ." 5 Good cows ' 60 Mixedyoung cattile: 20 Good store pigs ' . AI "-'.r."LtNG SALET:: ?" THORPDALE, TUEDSAYi DEPCEMBER 3. LAIDLAW AND GRAlHAM have beeni instructed by.John Clarke, Esq..(who has sold his property) to sell on above date- 3 Good dairy cows - 1 Heifer, ;'2 yrs. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, " Consisting of Chairs, Tables, Sofas, Safe, Dressers, Cooking'Utonsils,: Dairy Utensils, So. 1 400-gallon iron tank . 1 300-gallon, 'do;" -. Saddles and bridles: 1 Lady's saddle and'bridle. Leading and shaft harness . 'Also o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

BIJSINESS DIERECTORY .Adv8a?istmentA 'under tfAis head will e'serted for 2e.td. per qyucter. . to apsatatnd best,'CammereOr~Td' MorwelL eANY t)d 'snting' godl shave or hilr .et; cEaU on C.'A. S T, Hairdresser,. Commere?al-d d, Morwell. (d AVANAG.H tn ARI, Ceap Cl , Store. ree F rOrolre, Irma uerS ., Coame l.rnsd, Xore*ell. I KULLIHEB.' Clubttlotel, 'Cemmer.! Nat.-l laMad, Morwell. Beat brands tkept. 'lood stabllng. Commerital-rOad, Morwell. T B. KILLER, Hairdrssr, 'Tobacco - tJai nut, and Stationer. Agenttfor all 'msgatlne'sad newspapers. Every novelty secsured. (cmxertsldro .? EMorwell. T AIDLAW k GRAHAM, Cattle Sales8 L men, Stock, Estate, Faniet , and 4ienext .Cotilmssio Agents, Morwetl. and 'Traralgn. JOHN ENGLISH, Aun?neer, Stck dand J tatlonAgent, Statlee4treet, Mrwall. Charges stritly moderate. 'h DeATSON:k CO., General itorekeeper, 1.1 Commaercial-roadl, MorwelL Boota lind Shoes a spec?ality. RStes. WILSON, o ?Icy GooBs Depot, -M S.Y Osmerclal4t?5t, otweln. SDONOVAN, Cricket...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

Apglicstion tor L.ausu, Ao. soriEDULE A.-:RUL 5.] • NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A MINERAL LEASE. W T E, the undersigned, hereby give notice Y thatwithin six days from the date hereof, we will leave withth's Warden of the Mlining Sub-division of Russell's Creek, an application for a Mineral Lease, the particulars whereof are . hereunder set forth:- Name in :full'tf'applicantor applicants and style under which it is intended that the business shall be' carried on-Angus Cumming, Murrumbeena. Charles Coulson, South Yarra; Patrick Donovan, Morwell. Henry Wicks, Yinnar, as "The Governor ]lopetoun Coal Mining Company." Extent of ground applied for and metal or mineral to be worked-640 acres. Coal. Minimum number of men to be employed when commencing operations, also subse quently when in full work.-For the first six months, four men. Subsequently, when in full work, as many men, as can be proftably employed. . Amount of moneyproposed to be invested -.8,000. And in what manner the land is to ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889

MARRIAGE. HALDEN-MARSHALL.-On the 20th November, at the residence of the brides' parents by the Rev. J. U. Taylor, Frederic Halden of Narracan, second son of Robert Halden of Currency Creek, South Australia, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Samuel Marshall of Narracan.

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Commercial. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

Commercin. i MEILBOURNE MAtKlIOTS. :JLessrs.o algety and Comnsoly repnrt Wool.-We hold otl seventh whl sahoe of the' season on Monday, afternoon. ?rho.n we brought forwardn a chnicon'. :atna'igtie of 3,261 boles in the presence of n Intre nlmh ,r of buyers. growers, nrd others internstol. Tallow.-There is little or no change to repvr;t in the local market. anit ti spiroe ,of the nadvic of an improvement of ;.1 to 0.1 per cwt. In Europe, values have not nlteroi locally. Our quotationso, anre n follo s : Prime mottnn, £21 10 to .22: orime mixt.d. £20 to £20 Its; good mixed. £2f to £20 1ts;; ordinary cnntry. eonstgnmmoots of, mixed, £13 to £1t 1Oe;'ntd if in sidtptfn orolti.'on to £21. L.orts nnt tn shibing' orr : --tit.. ton,;£l0 £109 10 tine and otHidmnts. f14 to £10 per tmn. Shcrptkilne.-'l'th market, is very active for these. IhP th.; hitpne and boy 0"rs o 'j i'otig r fre ly b ut ito t ..ior ioto ore bnegtlecteo..1 e gqnto :--lnot hr'. gfrc .o -eo,I ellmong'ers operatiing freely an...

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New South Wales. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

New South Wa1le. An audacious fraud was attenipted by a lady who drove up in a carriage to a millinery establishnient.: She par chased goods to value of £50 pounds and presented cheque for £80 which was valueless. The goods were not delivered nor the monoy paid to her.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

W~tV flEMAIN tt~tr 2 1 . If you hevre fottol to toe ootol eotr rro,'wrto or toyply to thoAural Ulttlttoto CottooO roo nt Melbouone. Thoir ine *irntifto. onttrot' rotoco f1o nn.toot nlert Rltttro-untloutttt tmtoto tttttmptot oiy ntron L)tot. ott Nois n ttto tdllct:d. iltoo ntor ott, tie matter ut Iow lloly.Ulndloly· E rdntllldll oltllrellhrorl. Attrotoao totodrtyitrio 1'tonphl"ti troe t,\t Alt ott otlttlltoos Aot remotoiet ore potittlt threottt.lttt tiot 'e utvtttgWorldt.

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MORWELL V. COWWAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

__ IOULWELL V. COdWAlW The Morwell team will play Cowwar, at Coward th.day: -Fiddle, Johnson; Nelson, Forgii6ni, lonke, Miller, Henry. Turnley, Date, Livlngstone, Molr. Emorgencic?s Croew MInd, Stewart. .... . __________

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Addresses. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

Addresses. .- The following addrosses were prepared, in anticipation of the Governor's visit:-. To His' Exaosr.ENCY, TIE RIGHT- HO? . . SLORD'OP-HOPETOUN, GOVERNORI, O .iay tl~please .our xceleney,-- . . ; . ?s reopsontatlliFes of the council and ratcp?ye.s of the thlre of Trarnralgn, we' too"i this o9pp.rtoonlty of olffering a cordial welr ome to elui Excellency on thd occaslon, of tIt yilr ftirst visit ito Oitqelnnl. ,,We ftel that It is almost unncecssnry to ssure, Your Excellency ns Her Most UGclou.' 3lnjety'es ropteosenttlvo of.4the heart. felt loyalty we entertain forJoer Soreieihli .Ladty the Qucen, arttl of our cornest desire that she may long ble sli;r.l to continiue her boeitnlcit reign,' We are proud the first of Your Ei ce!leney's oflleial joulrneys should be o tlhis the most recently settled portion of the great colon; over which you have i he high honor.to precside. and we shall look ferwnrd with plerasre to a furtre ocucaiou when you wtil have greater leisure in exami...

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Mr. Dix and the Stock Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

Er. .dli anid the Stock Excliuei c A's thiroeslt of the investigation .,madtl by, the committee of the Stock Exchange corncerning the Round H1ill fiasco, a letter, enclosing copies of s,,nioe r winohitions, , wais sent .,?Ztlr.'.? FF lDiKn?it the'snntject. Acting uiuin advice the ennmmittee has decided'to enforce rule 15, which provides that all' disputees etween In"mhers aor to their dealings with sneah other shall lie investgltted by a ceommlitioe,;and that any member who refuses to carry ot sr ?hide by the decision may he placed nnder suts pension and 'eventtally disqialified 'for metnberehip. -. The commnittee. ntciordini.ly ordered rlt. Dix to pay over L7;000 to ir. D. Greonwny, L800 to Mlr. B. Rills, and L174 to ,Messrs. Donnldson and Co. within seven days ;- . . In.reply to tliis commnication lthe fol lowing Ihas been forwarded by Mr. Dix's solicitors:. M?elhorne, 2nd December, 1889. The Chairrin?i atil'1 Comniittee of the Stock'Excltange of Meillourne. -Gentlemen,' :-I have ...

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