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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

Hotel Notices. MORWELL FAMILY HOTEL. W. Murdoch, (LATE OF THE CRICKETERS' HOTEL.) BEGS to inferna his numerons Friends and the Public Generally, that he has Purchased the abow well-known Hlostelrh, sand has thoroughly llenovated and newly Fur nished itThroughout. Henow offers IRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for Travellers, 1 Visitor, and Otnera. SFIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE nWINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST .PROCURABLE BRANDS. C IIORSES AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. GRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. C STABLING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THIS SPACE NOT ,PAID FoR ! ANYONE MAY HAVE IT AT A PRICE. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, MORWELL :o . Henry Breed, Proprietor, HAVING just purchased this famous Hotel, Which for comfort and order all others excel; Myr Patrons will fiol I am willing andl able To'keep the best Drinks and the very best Table. My servants are civil, attentive, and kind A quality seldom in servants you'll tind; But when once obtained will but add to the charms. That attract all my frien...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY. MARCH 17, 1888. EMPEROR OF GERMANY'S DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

VOX 1'O1' UL I. PUtILIlSI)ED E VEtY" SATU'tRDAYl). SATURDAY. MAItCII 17, Iss.. EMIPEROi4F {-EIA.N: 'S DEATH TI'n: all-absorbing topi of conversation at the present time is the death of VWil lion, Emperor of Germany. Keener in terest attaches the event at this juncture in consequence of the alarming attitude assuted by the European powers. His death may he regarded as a signal for a general conflagration. The kingdom of the dcceased monarch is left torn by socialistic factions. The pacific natul'e of the Crown Prince will not, humanly speakling, le long permitted to exercise its bellignt influence over the Giertman people, ; whilst his son, the future ruler of the Emlpire, gives rvent to a lhostile feeling to France, and his desired object is the abject humiliation of that repub lie. The tstute Ifismarck is still in the vigorous threshold of Odld age, with aIll the dipllnlttic ctnning of life's cx periece. HIis object, haes tover en h it advan nilllent of (I t'lll y, :an Il has alway...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

Auctioneer's A.ildresses. JOHN ENGLISI & CO., STOCK ANG STATION AGENTS 3LORTWELL. AJUCTI ONEER, JOHNl ENGLISH. Ilearing Sale. Negotiated. Loan" Ne cotiated. Valuations Carefully Made. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE Agent for Black and Sona. Coachltuilders. Buggies supplied for Cash, or on Time Payments. Orr, Graham, & Young No Connection with Marriage, Lawrenson and Laidlaw. t STOCK, STATION, & CATTLE SALES- w MEN, VALUATORS & GENERAL fit COMMISSION AGENTS. in Clearing Sales a Speciality. AOtNTS FOR TIHE V Colonial Mutual Fire and Life Assur ance Company. New Zealand Accident Society. Trust Money to Lend, from £100 to £20,000 on Lease anl Freehold Security. Head Oflice : Mlasonic Hall, Traralgon Branches :--7Toongabble, Ilerfield, 3or- l rwell, Vnarracan, Traffalqar, .31ve and k Swaneton SIreet. MIlelbourn.e r AUCTIONEER: ti JACKSON OR R. r W. Hamilton & Co. STOCK, STATION, AND COM MISSION AGENTS, MELBOURNE ASo WARRAGUL. A UCTION Sales conducted in...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A Mesmeric Seance. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

A I1esonleric Sealce. Professor IKcnnedy gave a private Ux- Iri hIibition of Ils teowvrs as a nlesmierist to a t large nutler of citizens, ilnchlinrli nIany i, Illeldicitl melln, o tlhe slite Irf the ilte ()ra Mi Heoae ls tely. After giving his aatsur.trce ( thait li li inot know how thie plllenolena t?" were producted, hie set to work. andl in a few minuteas lhad five adullts in the hlyp notised state stretched Iotnt their backs on thie boards. Itn response to a call Dr. Neil t awl Dr lose t calee forward, andl after ex- at antining their eye pIrotnnctedl tlhem sound a;sleep' A flew needleo were then Stllel ill a various parts of their pIerson. andl Professor W Kencnedy dllrew out thie tongite of otne antl o passed a' needle and tlhread thlroIghl it at its in tist sensitive point withlt rrodueling lthe R .alightest riespOnse. Practically tile sib jects couldl not have leen Im'ire intsensible to tain if they had been nidler chlolroftorml. ; The exhlibition thatfollitetled tro a ldpl...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TRARALGON STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

TRARIALGON STOCK. Orr, Graham. and iVoang report for the week endling March 12:-During thie pst wcek blusiness has been more thawl usually brisk. We hell four sales, tt all of whtelc everything. with few exceptions, passed ot! at fairly satisfactory prices for the vctdotrs S.altay at 'ITralalgol. our newV ya?ts at Mitchell's were fairly supplied with stores (fats limited), the lot of ihiIh we manag d to di?pi.os of at currelnt rates In all w varded about 250 head and sold about 2U0. On WtVltneday. at -Narraann, we held -our usual monthly sale. our yards well supplied, and managed to dispose of nearly all lots at and over vendors'r orrvcs. O Thutnastay at Mirqoo, oa account of .J. II. Porter Esqa., wrc hld, as per advertisement; this c'caring - sale. horses, cattle, etc., selling at fair rates. With few exceptions we cleared the whole of the stock at sottrewhat under (ill a fea instances) ownersll' estimates, I'aking an average, the sale waso very' satisfactory. Milkers sohl to Ltl0i...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Death of the Emperor of Germany [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

ea t ol the. Emperor of u;elra " We. give tbelow the variore .cable mIte :sages received at the " Argus" olflicer in tihe cillrste if Frilday with regalrdi tu the illnrss .and tie death of the Etrl:urir Williamr of rerlanlly. Siile if themll are correcttd Iby lIter lieraruageS, bult ns a whlil tlhey rielre srent tie evollts tlhat r?curretl .fromn hur to .heur in thie Eurolieali .apitalt as the.report .obtainled ourrtlcy there. Loatt March8, 0r, 10 The Eriireror i.f ieortl tony is now nlruch wreakke, anld thie nrsrt feare alr.entertrrined with reogard to hii condition. Inconlseqrnlrenlee tilloescriesnolttrre of lis MajestyO' illnees all the tileattres in i dierlin were cloeud tIllis;eveninrg. TarE trEMATUInt trPOItro. Mardh, 8, 6 5 i. x. 2 Tlie Erinperr.ot Gerlrany died tilis after lMradlrh8, 7, 5s. u. .H u.M;jety:reecivedr thie last rites of tie chuirch ut half piast 12 o'cleclck, an dlied at lt 'tiock iin thie presence of atlltille llle iheroof thin fatitiy rbwit tie erixceirtion o...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A Mysterious Case. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

,A ly.iteniotlCtl. .e. -4----- One of fnRose mvsterions cases whlich no "casirnmilly come tolight in 'all large cities 'has Ieen braitiht under the nnfice of tihe Melhenrne police. There are stome slightly sensational clements in the mattier, and the ptrfictilarsi are as fdilloni.':-Ainnt half six d'cloek on Friday morning, reports the "" leralil" Constable Bretnmner. tf Praham, was on ,lityisn Chapel-street, when a ran namedl William ShawReroos came tip to h1i nild Sho)wed bite certain articles which lhe lhad fonnil onnthe south hank of the Yarra, .ahot 50 yards from Brander's Ferry. The articlesconsilted of a knife. a purse and a 'sandkerchief. The handlkerchief was mtIrked with blood stains. The plrse ucon tained a saloon pa?sage by one of Messrs. W.' oward Smith and Snn's stenmers frnm Moelnborne to Sydney, msade eut in the cname of G. Clark. also a piece of paper tipon which was written in a woemane's hand writing, " Will's address is iTgh street, Prahran." The "constable"prnce...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

Aucticouur's 8:des. NOTICE EX'T:.\oRlDINA. Y, 1:E OVAL. O YA'ltIS. OClR, OILIlOAM .. YOIIN 1., to r .. n iotife their {IentitII'Its :uel the 1ub 'l glenarnlly. that. lavi'ng neneat d l litchell' t'attle andl hiorn Yarda (lat: littll, andr il;rtlwicta ), will tir the 'uit u hold their 'l raralgmn Flrtni'_htly n-ali at thtee Y\'rvn,. andll ?, i- thle\" I tlllai'oj:l. mak:L!: ing C 1xtc'lii,'V *f te|.). their o? itlllll'- tnet )tlh' pt alic ,f Vicitoria g raill?. e i.,i1'a l ,,n l'ain III' all the nene>-ary anw r , 'is 'tI, .,.nnm,.l:i lin. A circulart will h.: i-n. :t' n ,uppl,. 1nent to tise ." I ann"r ts' ,l tlrt::!. Tnttal-ulri. andl ." cleriarn" ;el.t . i a I hat i. t'i ", gi? i'11 full 1n exllpli ?ili inlltllllllillll Iiiu a ll eh i i ill oictineeton withl it A til n rnll.l 'l . :i oar folrtnighltly and aIoa nhly S-alirs, a:itlI :.al our tenw Iatalogeh,t s which will be i?ued quarterly in the future. {T dil TI'lllSD.AY. ,AlR!ll 2a. CRI AT IllE.1ll Nil M.AIlE. "FEINIA." NAIlAAN...

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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

CR.RENT NEWs. Illt.D: OVER0 : Itl conelquecnce of the pr'-- :reol , r time anld splac we :ire Il } al let . pt'. tt:.: i, i airy into the cause of O'Sullivan's death; and to condcnce our re 5p :ih lu10 :.: p1'. his ear, and tithe usual pre.; elnniry, the exlanatiin was vntouchstafed : "Yer sec, he lit hi shirt toff, uand he hit his itanll down, and. yer see, little It gave hint x stinger." Oh! said our reporter, antd the light dawned peni hint as hlie thought over the rhymes of his childhodt, '" Ilow doth the little ts, ." .' Moral-Avoid an angry B. andi bless the provident fore thought of the council. Constablc Johns'tn will he most lhatppyt to supply any infor nation required to cleidate. this enigma. 3LAtFFrtA Sllnw : The countutittee iof tlhe fortheoningt Agricultural Show, to he tehl at 3aieffrat on lst inst., have (reports the "Slpectatr"') tIeen imost indlefutigable inl tlheir exrtionst-for the past weelk eslee intly-in pntting matters in working order. Exhibits are itrriv\in...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

Morwell, Narracan and Miirboo Agri cultural and Pastoral Society's SECOND ANNUAL Snow - - . The second Show under the auspices of this Sos'iety took place on their Show grounds Morwell ou ThLursday 15th inst. The day had seutewhat threatening ap pearance, which no doubt deterred a good lmany visitors who would otherwise have put in al aappearantce. Notwithstandilng this the attendance was fully upt to ex pectation fully 2,000 people being present, anld the day being fine and cool, it was most enjoyable. The ground is admittedly the best situated in Gippsland, awl is well appuiuted. but in spite of the large cattle pe'n aceoulunodrtiou provided there was still a deficiency for the extraordinary large number of exhibits. The ground was gaily decorated with flags, and the imusic provided by the Bliind Asylum brass band together with the gay throng, andt rilliant equipa'"ge?s presented it very aninmtted and llnteresting scene, Tie representation int nearly all classes was remarkably lar...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A HINT TO PREACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 17 March 1888

A ItliN' TO PREtACte:ns.-A ronng Inin ister ha madlo hisi way into mccial favo?ur by ilondeing the intlnential ladies of his congregation to believe that they were re sponsihilo for the best pointsin his sermons. In making aI pastoral rcall, and when the {convelrsation tiirit l ioligo?Il, topics, he would pick out of hlis hosleso, ldeclare it ad tairahle, and promise to use it on the en suing Sinilay. On that occasion she wn-ould proudly hear him intiroduce ant embellished form of the ioea with such an introduction as "One of thle brightest minds I know." or " From a hleautiful Hoirnce colmesl tile idea. " Could silo thereafter fail to pet him? I[e is now tihl lion of at hundred parlours. The folltowin-" story is going the rounds ns to a New Zealand'htiih wedling, at which the bride, in a llsudden and trying exgoncy, displayed singtiular presence of mind and tenacity of purpose :--,il"Th church in whichl the wedding took place, was woonden and aged anl ricketyt and whn he t oo velr ...

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MAFFRA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 March 1888

Thi Agriiuienral Seliie gf M.afrn held their lirst show on WednCedav hiast. iand luay he fairly congnitulatedl on its most: pirolnoinccdl sulccess Tle grouidi is sit Iaileal t tile foot of the hill on which thu residence oif A. MlcLean 31.1'. is situacted. Crowds of pdoplo thronged frot' every rilarter, arlll tihe llllll er plreenlit lilim y tie estimiiateil froml the f?ct that over l17?l wras takenl ill the gate mllley. I. l irg naher of Miorwell and district resilhdents iavailed themselves of thie olpportunity to to Wiitnes the Sihii\. Tinue Ia wa it pi r fect Queen's day, and tlhe Traralgon brass and enlivened prceledings. The groundl teems about the size of Our lwnl., and is so etrely enclosed with ia g.alvaniseo iron fence, and is excellently applinited, )ossess inig it remllarkabil. conllllno?liilns and wel finished building fdr plerishallc exhibits, alsoa sntliciencyof pen.s for live stock &e., There were over 2,000 exhibits, whichl might be taken as ii fair criterion...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CABLEGRAMS. LONDON 19th March. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 March 1888

CABLEGRAMO Losruno 19th March, Faction fights of a unole or less serious soature between RIoma1n CatholiC, and Ontngermen took place in m;an parts of Ireland on Saturdayv, arising out of the celebratin; of St. P';trick's )Day. One of the tu?ot serions of the dis turbances arose at the town of Lngfordl, a strong 11omo Rule centre in Leinster. The disturbance between tlh two fac tions ~bcanmu o violent that the police were called upon to ibntervune, and their efforts to maintain order were so stren attsly resisted that they were obliged to Lire into the crowd, 'their rifles being loaded with buck shot. TheIe of tien ricters were sorinosly woundletL A ufarfnl railway accident io reported froml America. As t? pass;enger train was nearing the town of Blitckshear and pass ing over a bridge 'conslrurcted of high trestles, the trnetnre colenlpnel and Itiho ,engine and-carriages tumbiled to the ground beloW. .Twerrty-five no the passengers were Skilled on the spot, and .35 othero were serinu...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 March 1888

TRARALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. -o The annlual meeting of tho Traralgon Agricuhltotal Society was held at .Mitchell's Hiotel vesterday after.noon. Mr DUgald Campbell, presidlent, ocuplled theerair iand thre wans a large attendaince of ilemlllter. After the sotal preliminarv bititess has been dislposeld of tile following report was read lby the secretary Mr F. JI'Kinnell ANNUAL ROEPIetT. GOeTrt.saMs,-Yotur contittee in again hand. ing over to yeal tile trust vyon placed in thelir hands so?llnit for your consideration the bIalancre sheet audited no to the 17th March 1888 showing the society a credit halance of £416 2s G6l, with the Govern tmcnt subsidy to come. 'The lastshowl was a greater stlcceess than tie preiouos one; and thettutletllli have increased this year by 4-1 over the last, a resullt dtue to the indi vidtual Illlnlmers of youlr cslllilitee. IIn concllusion the conlunittlee desire to express their thanks to the donors of special prizes for the liherail mllanner in wilch tl...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 March 1888

C I:RENT ITNW4. SNAGGINai TilE LA TitonB:: A meeting was hehl at Traralgon on 'Thurbsday last, for the Iprpose of taking steps to have the i;a Trnhe river snaggedl from its month to the M1oe. The object is to reclaim the low fertile swooamp ands along tihe margin of the river. Preliminary steps were taken to form an assorination for the purpose of se curing the object it, view, all lpresent en rolling themselves. NMtClttsbi'" s&' TITtITUTE: At is meeting of the cotmmittee of the local institute on Thutrsday last, it was resolved to close the Hall daily at.5 p. m. Tne public does not appear to appreciate the advantage- offered by coattiuiing tle practice of keeping it open till9 p, m. It certainly is a shame, that the institute is so neglected. It is one iof the few iinstitutions in Gippsland,. which t5 kept in thorough order by a resident care a kei. ilndopen from 9 a. in. till 9 p. m. It should riot be allowed to stffer from public neglect. In the matter of Govern iment sub...

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WALHALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 March 1888

W.ALIl.I LA. (FRonM olt OWs ColinESPONDIrnT.) Long Tunnel G..M.Oo. Contractors made ia start to repair shaft of old Em press Co. after which it will be sunk a: further depth of -iltS feet. Long Tunnel G, M1. Co.--Cotractor driving crossuet forline of lode from 111 t) feet plat. No 10 level looking well, the stone which tad break in it laving made again. Other parts of the mine showing good paynable stone, and has every indtli cation of being a good rayah!e mine for sollm years to eOIie. Good news to lhand from tp country. 'lThe Blue naciket G.M.Co. have a very rich stone ii a crossecut driven from the hbottnto level. Itattery in course oferec tion being pushed on in earnest. Noew Toombon G,M.Co., Most of parts of battery and driving. power de livered on site for battery iuine opening tip well. Tooinhion Extended. A new venture on Tomntholn line has been successfully floated. Aln from appearance of lode (which has been opened up in several places forlihnost entire length of lease) ju...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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SPECIAL TRAIN TIME TABLE Easter Monday Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 March 1888

SI'ECLAL THIAIN TIME TABLE Easter lnndlay Sports. Leaves Mirbon, 10 a.m., arrives Mor well, a, n. Leaves ?lrwetll, l.II p.rn. arrives Mirlino, 7.oi i. pi.m [, n.]

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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MORWELL ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 March 1888

31011WELL ATUI I'IC CLlllt. The following are the entries and halndi caps for the pritncipal events which take place on Easter Monday : MAII)E\ IPLATE. A. Vary. Williamtstwn. J, P. L1yons, Yarragon. W. 11. Orgood, Traralgon. M1. Ward, Toongahhie. T. J. Murray, Walhalla. W. C, Cole, Coongulmorang WV. Sharpe, Sale. C. Syle, lichniond. .1. Parcee, Carajong. E, Martin, Morwell. C. C. Hales, Brighton. F. C. Gordon, Trafalgar. M. Culliney, Carlton. B. Turnley, Fernsioe. SIitFFIELD HANDICAP.-1-3~ Rds. Pateen, S. Sleaton ..................scr. Ainsworth, T. Kyneton . ............ ,, Cullinov, M. Carlton.............. 3 c Scott, E. A. A. Gelong...........r..... 3 Middleton, A. J. Walhllla......... 3 Kileen, T. Toongablbi ............ 3 McDonald, D)., Emn Vale............ 3 Featherby, E., ahllalia ............ 5 Creon, J. W., Berwick ............... 5 Hales, C. C., Brighton ................ t Evans, E., Ascot Vale ............... 6 t -McGee, A., Jlllnhnnna ..... .. t Lyons, J. P., Yarragon .....

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(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 March 1888

(To TIIE CDIT'rR o31OWELL. ADVERTISEOR.) Sin.-Ilaving seen tilo ncount in your last issue that the Dipththeria ha ninfortun atelv npprred i in your neighllorhnorl, and we all deplore the presence of that fell disease ; thlrefere 'he frdllwinr simple re mely may he thankfully received hIv those who live where Inmeical men are so few and far hetween viz :-Says ia correspnlndent of an Amerian Ipaper :-" Should vyo oar any of your family ihe attacked withl diphtlheria he not alarmed. ar it can be easily, and speedily curedl withlout 'a docter.. -When it was raning in England I accomnpanied Dr Field in his rounds to witness the no called wonderful cures lie aeprfiriuerl, while thl, patirnisof others were dropping so all sirles. The remedy to be rapid must be simple, all hi took with him wag powder of sulphur and ia quill, and with theso he Icured every patient witlhut exception. HeI put a spoonfIul of nlour of brimstone in to a wine-glass full of water, and stirred it with lis uingerinst...

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TIN MINING IN S. GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 24 March 1888

TIN IINING IN S, GIPPSLANI). (ROm OU OWN ConnRESPONsDENT.) Althn' W. S. ITorwitt siting nas police raglistr'te on Slrt'rdat lat at ?io' mhad no very important h":'ness lefore hlim. vet lhe lad, as Wa?rnL?, sl llne mst inrtereting an plirations InRsed on tlin annii? up tI t i the Sounth (4ippla?iil tin mining i? mtnhtrr. I'lah applicants wm?rn th ie u ioumrable WV. WVil son, iand Messrs Yeomans, ovlll , Varnll anul other eolhonurnue menmi. 'IThu Inial;t' of time tin dlennesits is nat Tonra on the Aams rixor, anrd ins mlidl to in or ennsd;lerauhl richnens. Non diobht. if Ihe ramllits are Iat all erlal to anticipations, It griat ? ltlre nmay be predictedrl for this tpart of the dis trict. 'The a'pplimittion were fatvora:hl ottertoaineld hv the V'Warderli, amnd Il i ptrt, Ieforo returningo to town took l trip In insperct the wrkirn;g if lihe Moo n;al minte, in swhi" h some of tiarn are haoeticianlly intrestredl.

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