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MR. SARGEANT AT DROUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 8 September 1888

M1R. SARUItANlT AT DHIlOUI. . 3I?, S?areanit hell n ua iln:rat!el aithrer d l d meetil?gat, the Mir"lianiies' Instiatie. l)rinitil I on Ttedav nihltit nlast. .Ir. 'ieken was. srterd to the chairi. tntl in a few worls iintrodiied the candi.datt. 3Mr. Sarrant wvhi was rist riveit withi anoila.ec. raid:-t hIle il,1 aaone neetin. this afterno inll aint I fel slightly" hearl . n tired, atn tlherefre shall t~el a.t vrerysli.htil on the lilfertit quettiinm interesting the inblict at presetlt. I halve f n:tll Iit little intereet taken ii thi. elrct inriiiriii tIi ti 4l si e ire at tr iiirr iii the lagirlatit.i' ('itiairil to detal with tlntiey t lter. hutt set it tnlst be reminberedt, that the Couniil hal large iowter iln throwinll ott rmea?Ires that would lar.ely" naunment the colonv's funds. T''lk,, f'r i-nstantcr. the .\A?entee Proliertr 't'nr. Iaer tacre. " mnn e nee as1t Sir natunt 1 \'ilt'nst. Iwho o?n htianreds of a.res in thi reloitn. rtetveiig large etitist af treaty thereftuna. rr...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 8 September 1888

Mirriag3, Lswrornon i Laubw Marriage, Lawreuson, AND L: idlaw, CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK,. ESTATE. FINANCIAL. AND GENERAL CO1.MMISSION AGENTS, VALU EIIS, A-c IST f Perioditcal tk Sale: 'Sa' l eslli n01 alternate Monsdays. To.i,_nlbl,le.--On lnst W:daedrlty eaich ltuollth. Glenlrearry.-Onu secotnd Thursday eanch 'lirl.l,.--Ot stennid V iWedtn'ela.: eane. month. Enrrmact.--Oll Nit Wenedlllay eac.h month. inuar.--On third Thursday each month. Trafalgnr.-rQuarterly, per advertisement. IlstlAE SALE.i rTrnrlgt?l, Ist Thurslday enchl month. I'tODUCE SALEt,'l' ramlgot. every Saturday. Oftiees :I rarnal'gn and tonrwell.. - Alctionee? : . J. D; Itint..siw and li. L,." : .OA so./s MORWELL, MON-DAr, SEPT. 10. M ARRTAGE, LAWIIE\SON AND IYL-- n AI;DLAWh willll at their yards. ont abo e date -35 Heifers - 40 2-yr.-old steers, 20 4 Do. heifers 110 Dry eows :o Poddies 1) Sprincrs,. hlso ii good store ligs? Also. on account of C. E. Cornety. Esq. 2 I'reo bred Angns pigs (boar anld sow) DESIRABLE COMPACT...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 8 September 1888

0Hotel Notics. MURDOCH'S HOTEL, v - MORWELL MUIDOCII wishes to inform his nmnerous friends and the public generally,that..he has Rebuilt and Refurnished his well-known Hostelry, whcro friends, visitors, and others will find Accommodation second to none in Gippe n.`' a'nes andd pritsofth Be t Procuraonble B n. '.Bath,Billiards, Etc. Ilorcsn and Buggies on hire. Good Grass Paddocks, Stabling and Civility Gratis. .? W MURDOCH, Proprietor. CRICKETERS' -ARMS HOTEL MORWELL : . P. 'DONOVAN, Proprietor. 1H AVING taken the possession of the above first-class Hotel, trusts to :receive the same support accorded to his predecessor. SELECTORS':, ARMS HOTEL, MIRiBOO. J* PETERS, PIOPRIEITOR. EVEPY Attention Paid to the requirements of VISITORS and Others. .VINES, ALSS, AND SPIIITS OF THE BEST QUALITY, KEPT. THE CLUB HOTEL, MORNS:ELL. Edinond Kelleher, Proprietor. FIIRST-CLASS. ACCOMMODATIION for visitors and Conmmercial Travellers. All Spirits, Ales, anl Wines of the choicest brands. Good Stabling...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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State Colonisation. LORD MONKAVILE, IN THE "FORT NIGHTLY REVIEW." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

t'ilillidifil l. LT.oiRD 3OEitt.i l.E., IN THi!l. " FOlT .Iaui e.Y Irn %.w"." It eta. I tlilek. seirre l e tlhihted that t!'r i anrt nany mnure q selil.edl rt. ,btall; ,,n! [pu?ition ill ti" . clneia tlhan at home. 'n.:t. cte it sl:rg bnoiuer if l1.'.,.u who ar ei lttt.: by r, mnp r-;tu -it r ctorstiIn?tini f-r hlllntarei l,:.r,n:te. w?Vt ..;, Icnrll little frim I nke. nilt are kh, ll nisrvira of natur.,. all,[ hlo an adlvenlllllum4 oltdlo .:fe. ''tll;-!h are talll mnrei who are llt gif.led w;i:h the fi,rtitd.le nucs ,ay.' to hear Ip an.ill;it r:p..atel failure andl li-.npoiut. tIetI. let : oVIL are iatailhe of making gl dl -a of a;n Il1e-rt lity that may he affinlhed -fn. .air. .lienw;,er it a rase ij "point. Mr. lii'iwber was- alvays waiig for sme luing tI tr tlr uip. But nothihg did turn Ip,) and in the old country he i-nu graluallh redleed to d i.ititi.un. In the coluiies lie bteeiue became a l; Iprnlron; gentlemon. There aree,I believe. plent3y of Ilicawbers in the wvrll vho,,e...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Magisterial Enquiry. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

M?lgJister:ial Enquiry. OnV Wednetllay afternoon MIr. T. A Riogers. J.'.. held an inquest at thie Court. house on the buiy of Willtiam .Parlow, an old mlan tneed alout G5 yeart. who war killed at Flyrnucs Creek onh the previous afternoon by a falling tree. Charls John 'Tuflin, a farmer living at Flynu tC Cr:. k. deposed that an the l ith inlst. heo togethelr with his son, was enagdtl in itarnitgtff. 'lTh-y were working at a very lar,.u tree whcl dteceved, who wns knowrn as "tKangarto Hill," came up, anti cnmenced to givo thenm snte directions where to stand as the tree fell. Suddenly he (witness) heanl a crack, and cried. "'Look out, loys. hie's going." andl. with his son, stepped on one side. IXceased commenced ttt tulln ill the same direc:tion that the tree was fallilng, and before either could give him any warning, the top of the tree struck him on the headt and dtanshedl out his brains. Witness theni jump d over the butt of tihe tree, ran to wherel dee..tedt teas lying, and ott ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

Public ITotices. TIII ANNUAL Horse Parade Will take pilo in 3?torvellon MONDAY WIEEK, 24th inot, at 11 o'clehok sharp. L OST from:my piltokl on TUESDAY night last. n light yellow and white spottedl fntibullock, htranded 11F.' Tar mark ton near ramp. £7 reward for information leading to to the couviction of Thieves, 10s if strayed. I. O'FLAHIll RTY. rLPETTY SI:SSIOtS. tttrtt0aao. lnst. Ttnmalgo. Ollednealays 12th ans f26th, at 10 n.tm. SllUlolloes ll0l0 TUaOtVoa. l4th ad l1th. SMurwrll. Weldneolly 19t, 9'30 mill. l Sumnu eea Is , udT ua T 1s l, 10 utn. Summmteha I.uedl Frhhay, 14th. " Mlrboo N0rth, Wednesity, 10th, 2 p.n. S1tn blOlU asuaed Tuesday. l1th. rensoanga Court. IRoedatle. Wednerlay, th, at 11 am.: Tararlgea, Welnesdahty, tlabh at 10 a.m. VAR DEN'a COURT. Moe, Saturday. 2Ibind. at 10 a.n. It consequeneof the new Jatlice of the Peace stotute coming into farce ou tl Ist May, 1as, r-e. qlrlng all auumnoltl to a be servetd 3 clear lays be. tore the sttllngl of the courts. The Cl...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

Topics of the Weei. QIADIn LE IIL Asiotnr.Y.-The Mlorwell Quadrille Assenlbly hold their third dance on Thursday ecviing next. House PAeADn.r-Throgrll the indefatii cable exertions of Mr. J. Rintoull. the usual horse parade, which threatened to fall tirough, will be held on Monday week. PLAIN AND FANCY DnEl R BIALL.-A slain and fancy dress ball will be held on Friday. 29th September nt net nnder the alspice of the Meorwell Bron Brand Aesoenti tion in nialof the Mechanics' institute. W s 'understand that while half the proceeds gn to the Mechanics' the other half is to he devoted to the finds of the Iand. Two? worthier obljects of public consideration can unt lie nimtgined. especially the latter. Ill anlmost every town the hand is almost solely supported from the public pnrse. aind whCei we eoisider the pluck and perseverance oar band has shown in obtaining its present standard of elliciency we are sare that the pubhli will heartily snllport them in their cndeavour to swell their fun...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Football. MOREWELL V. YINNAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

Football. MORIiVE;LL V. YINSAlt. On Saturila- lais t tite ,r;'ell I"tenthall Cr tr.ert the! -inrt;r men on the lilazel'orril rtleli], andat,,r a very tr'iih intuie t!h? filai res tit was a irirrv. I coal beint_ cScor :1 h.ry eih r ,tide. It it rta unpl.a..ltt d:rty f Ir n, to hav.te to c.li .%Lrwrll with nt,,t ,Iiir the ltu?e:, U. having in tview etin.. 1,,aiairt -- Spare thi rod and -rail the child "--we feel itornt- t 't%" e"rr* r Itih '" Irvrr piirt-e i lotit or mrml"t ut kil tn ;nt rt?ti . sean?tl thlan tlhey did toi e.acunli) lait. E?vrvlue seeOnte to lheite their lea.n at tie start. andl bfcre tile lirrt qarter ta Ioeir. It ?rr nothingItlil bitt "guil flor the man." Evert the caper hnin, w t has i o srace:r ,[llt piloted th* "ora,lnlege ruil Ilue" through the tetlsonl, r far f.rg?ot hil i peiitio at the olt?nt as tlo acin?, one of the homni team of ltnro1111. because he happellned to be Illlnalare that th tlmpire hld trlled ol-ol-.lnltllllt . Thi is trot fw[tattl. The central ...

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Mr. Gannson on the Revision of the Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

Irf. Giilllnsoll on tH2 lit'islOll lof the 'itrill* The debaten on thea lngdut was resqniledl on Tnllrlliy, Gll in.nt,- on the following pro u?litinniiill wIv- l. b .Jr.Uliiiro, iiln n game into Ch nunituoo of \Way ti Inl Meanso1 to cnnhsidr the Il?gdut ini ? Ta'rift pro lp[fl?n l? s lllniited by M.ir. Gillios onll July _d : 'lThlt. in the opinion of this lIImnse, it i+ esseonliil to thll intlliinnumce the nlgr i - culllitlral ini pastorall intelrst. ofi tan coluimy-l. 'TihaLt llhlilitinnil duty le plicedl on ouil init lhuuly iitiprlt1d into \'i:tarin 2. That the ihmp ,rIduty on live stock the re- PI au.. 2. l.h.tt th rnil-- -'-," . '- for the sat ca ra!:;n of wheat andt i.te ;ag icltorul tre rIal .cu be reduced to the mniii:um paying aft rt!e," ap Mr. G(tao .rn s-itii I t:c"!: it it ist Ie C ua .ttli :i al .t in c?,OT:lc.ti:n wIi i l nil-iihr fnr- Giielan, (l,,r. \li tri,). th l it i .nr, of tei. I."tll sutr...ht i ltn" I:We ii I l 1 ai-..l:ra un, ic is i: prilper il t ,at)"il thl....

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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THE PAST SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

TII PAST SILASOS. Saturday last was virtually the final match that Morwell ill lengage in during this sennaso, except that they play Walhalla to-day, It'may. tierefore, he interesting to review the progress of the club for the past four months. We have always been con eistent supporters of the "orange and blue," but because of this it does not follow that eo pass unnoticed the progress made by other clubs. Indeed, we are prepared to go ao fr us to say that there is not a vast unosunt of dlifercne: between any of the South Gippaland no:atingents, but uulloubt. edly thu holour of the 'Premiership lies at the feet of the iI orwellites. They have only beent beaten once. viz., hy -l'horpdale, on August 2i, when that club scored 2 goal. to " oar boys" i I ehlils. They; lhae alto. gethellr played lt matches. wuon 8, draown 5. list?i; pi: tl in thihe nIILatclhes have o kicked 28 Fpotl, while only Ii goals have been kicked against then'. The following table, carefully compiled, mnay be inter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

- -Business Ahddsels0. NEW BAKERY, RESTAURANT AND GENERAL STORE. Mrs. R. O'Flaherty Desires to make known to the public of Moonvell and Surrounding district, that she has engaged the services of a first class Baker, and she is now prepared to supply Bread. of the Best Quality, at reasonable rates, BREAD (41b Loaf) at ... ... 5d Eirst-class flour (fine roller). 22s. Gd. per bag. Good Seed Potatoes. Prime corned ed. Families waited on for orders J. O'Grady & Co. HOTEL AND MONEY BROKERS, Money to Lend on Leasehold and Freehold O UR' IR. PEARSON having a thol .;: rough knowledge of the old and new Land Act; clients can depend on hav ing their business done withl prunitness and dispatch. . . A. PEARSON, MANAGEII. N.ll.--Menmers of the Victorian Victual era Brokers' Association. B. I. DEVERIA, Housepainter, Paperhanger, Signwriter, Grainer, &. Onlers Promptly attend?le to. Workmanship and Materials Guaran teed. Address-PosT OFFICE, MonwELL. Mrs. WILSON, COMMERCIAL ROAD, MO...

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The Coal Strike. ITS DEVELOPMENTS AND EFFECTS UPON TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

The Coal StrilKe. ITS DEVELOPMIIENTS AND EFFECTS UPON TRADE. iaving made mysolfan fait with the deotils of the New South \Wales coal strike alnd its wilo-ranged effects, I propose dealing with the whole subject as concisely' as possible, to give credit where credit is due, and to find fault where fault. is to beo. dclcovered. The miners, it appears, have' entered the lists against thu masters on the most soltish grounds imaginable, and with a to:nl disregard of the direful conse qnences atterqding their action. Thei do velomonunts in thesituation since the actual stoppage, have caused the main points, to bo lost sight of, and I shall treat of the complaints made by the miners nod give a brief rosutll of the facts as they have cnpped tp from time to tintm. The miners early in .idly-I should l, ave said the \Vallsemr minori:-hecamo incensed about theo dismissal' of aI minor icilified Smmnnc'rs bcy thlo noagament or thie \Vhl csend Company. 'The lnatmgerl'it is to beo reniumlhred, foll...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

The Elections. The following are the returns to hand There are teor still to come but this can not alter tile resul.t.: Davis Sargeant Sale... ... ... 109 63 Wtlita ... ... 70 .46 Woro Is toint Granlt )r-g. ... \\rWoodonna ... 37 20 Yackandlanhai ... 21 32 Kiew?v ... ... 2 6 Dederan , 1 r Dlarla.ir it ... 27 7 Taltirrroi.a'trta ... 21 23 Bithtimg, ... . 20 7 Corry- .. . .... 7 19 T'al ...Ir 1 4 Gryt ... 5 2 Junction of Snnwy Ck. & Mtittan ititli Eskohalo ... O o ...... 31 14 Jiinctitn of Swift's Ck. and Tnbo Riveri... 7 6 Bflntamnh ... ... 17 11 Iitrnh+da e ... ... 190 77 Unchatn ... ... 10 1 Brathnt ...... 2.. 1 Conguhlmerang ... 37 i Brndto 2 6 Newnlrrllh ... 23 12 l'ayn v I... ... 11 5 B iher'rah... ... 11 Strifr.l ... ... 17 38 Perry Britdge ... 7 Tihe Heart... ... 20 7 CltIvd ink... ... 1 5 l.tm ?... ... 82 G. riRand'.s ('O nor ... 9 2 Glenirggie ... 32 U triagotorg... .. 21 0 [loyrtiih ... . ii 5 Newry ... .. 5i 1 Wr.- I-locrk ... 11 2 Ili-ed do. .. ... 22 12 Toong.lth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

Marriage, Lawranson S Lsidllaw Marriage, Q Lawrenson, AND -aidllaw, s a'ATTLE SALESMEN;. STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL. AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUEIRS, &c LIST of Periodical Stock Sales:-: nun n O lOn iternatellonidays. Toone" bblue .0"a"lfst" Wednrsday eacl I73 month te .Glengarry.-Onf second Tlursday each month. Mirboo.-On second Wednesday each month, -.- e = i , sarracan.-On first Wednesday each month. Yinnar.-On third Thursday each month. Trfalgar.-Quartcrly, per advertisemenat. HOuSa SALE, Trramlgon, last Thursday, each r month. ..,: PR DUCL SiAL, Traralgon, every Saturday, j 2 p.m. Ollies :'frmmalgon and Morwcll. Auctioneers : J. . LAiDntw nid R. L. LAwRENSoi. TIRARALGON, MONDAY, SEPT. 17. 1AfRRIAGE, L.AWRENSONf&..LAID LAW will sell at their yards- 12 Peddies r6 1 ~.yr.old steers 30 'oddies 10 Cows in calf S! 2 COwls, e?lvs at foot - .. 10 Yearlings 4 3-yr.-old steers Also, on account of owner 50 Head mised stee`o:aud heifers i 11 Forward store pigs. CLEARI...

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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

THE SA'I'URAY, SEII'TIE.?[tElt t. 1888. id;.EwAv.lu, IlAr.t, in the Ncv York Forum, cndeavours to account for tho c njest'on: of cities and the spare popula tion of the country. As we ihave ro ipeatedly ho!d in these columns that the settlement of :the people on the rural lands of Victoria is abshlutely essential to tlie perniatlent prosperity of the city of Melbourne an:l its environs, we have read the docthr's article with meore than ordinary interest. Alt' o agh writte-s with regard to. American cities it is equally applicahle in i s remarks to Vicorian. To sutnarise Dit. IHAr,:'s vi 'ws, the attractiois of the city life ar i as follows :-(1). Maln's inclination for close s c'ty .with his fe!lo, ; (2) city life provides conveniences I the. multitude in a sort of cotnmunismi or socialism, whlich is very attractive ; and (3) city life to a p r oi unused to it possesses a stimulus which is pleasant and not unnatural. There are, of ru s$, many other powerful influences at con statt w...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 September 1888

-atl Noties. MURDOCH'S HOTEL, . MORWELL -'UIlDOCII wishes to inforil his lnunferous friends and the public generally, that he has Rebuilt and Refurnished his well-known Hostelry,. where friende, visitors, and otheors ill find Accommodation second to nono:in Gipps land. ,, Wines and t piritsof the Best Pru?lralle Brands. ... Bath, Billiards Etc. . HIoriea and Buggies ontire. Good Grass Paddocks, S.. tabling and Civility Gratis, WM. MURDOOH, Proprietor. CRICKETERS' -ARMS H'OTEL S.' o .. .-- MORWELL S . 0 P. DONOVAN .Proprietor . AV[LG.taken the posIession of thio absbo first-clas IIotel, trusts to :receive the a. . nme.support accorded to his predecessor. SELECTORS' 'ARMS :HOTEL, MIRB. O. 0. J. PETERS, PROI'lRIETOIR. -1rE Attention Paid to the requiriemnts of VISITORS and Others. WINES, ALES;AND SPIRITS. OF THE BEST QUALITY, KEPT. THE` CLUB HOTEL, MO ORWELL. Edmond Kelleher, Proprietor. -PIllSTiCLASSACCOMsIODATION for vrisitors and Connleorcial-Tri'vellers. All Spirits, Ales, and .Win...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888

?otel Notices. MUJRDOCH'S HOTEL, MORW LLI T URDOCII widhes to inform lis numeroea friends and the public gnVrally, tht he has lebilt and Refurnished Ihis well-known Hostelry, where triends, visitors, and others will find Accommzodation second to none in Gipps land.: Wie anei t Spirits of thoBest Procrable Brands. , I*ath, Billisris, Etc Itrs n ..d loggies on Hire Good Groass Paddocks, Ss?tabling and Civility'Grihtii . SVM. M3URDOCH, Proprietor. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL M ORWELL P. DONOVAN, `Proprietor. H AVING taken the lporeion of thO abo ve irst-class Hotel, trusts to :receive the same support accorded to hli predecessor. SELECTORS' ARMS HOTEL, MIItB 0 . J PETERS , PRIOI'ItIETOII. ,.VERY ;Attrntin Paid to thl rerifreimeiits rOVISITORS and Others. VINES, ALES;AND SPIIIITS OF'1 THl BEST QUALITY, KEPT. THIE CLUB HOTEL, MORWT ELL. . .o "Edmond Kelleher, Pioiprietor. TOfST-OLASsAOCO\I ODATIN\-for visitoreaIud Cnercial Travelalers. ill Spirits, Ales, andl W o te cOic t ines f choet lrnl ....

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888

: blic ll Notices. THE AXNNUA.. Horse Parade Wiil thake place in Morwell on IMOSNDAY NEXT, 24th in.t, at 11 o'clock lsharp. L OST from:my ,pnddock on TUESDAY - ight Intt,it light 'ellnw mod white Slpttedol fthlliock, branded SMF. Tar mark on tle.r2 rtullt,. £7 rward fic.r inftrmation oaling to tile co.hviction of Thiovtsi, I? i strtyt?. It. O'FIAIIERTY. PETTY SESSIONS. o ttt, MOr.no 108S. Tomltolgo. WedOed ly",. tlth mat 26th, at 10 amt. 3ulnlnoll0 tuooed TurelOoy, 4th totl 8tlt . .torwoli, Wedaneslday Ith, at0 at.l. Sntamoooes ltsue. Tueo.lt,1th. 1 •; MIt, tunlno , t. 1o0 a?.O Sutmmonlut toted Tidny. 14(lth. Mlrloo North, Wednetday, 19th, 1 pm, Snm. lueu luull Testllay, Ulth. - Ilcentiug Court. eatedtlct, Wedntotay,"lth, at 11 row .TroattOo.WrWtdnCtdayyfýOth at l0 t,. WAOtON'O8 COURT. Sloe, 8ttly, Iand. at 10 Lm it consequtene of til?.sew, JOttelto of tle Peroe statute ooln g iuoto froo on tle lIt S?ay, 1888, re. qulrhng all sumnolwt tot, O rvold S lear tloyl, 7 ro foluor tiltttlfl...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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News from Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888

News from broad. - (nOs Ot'tt Owiv coi0itic?l'OeSf t.) The st:te of affairs at the NeS??~atlo ,.irlir so tws l o iirii emlnent. Ilistori un.lcsnI -grul " atteiptsot it lutinitli tin aire bsec b r i n .llll'a f trei:iellt, oill e?t h stcces.ive deuusn:ratioun exeeds the. last in vil,.ce. 'Il'hoe who work in opltsitiou to the colnuuiandls of the Ul.io a are ,Ilibheil anild altreateid, and i nile case a dlialbolical plot, wh-ih alhnost seceedledl, was laid to ble tip a coliieryv whii guno?wiaid.r. The ioriginal strike seelsl I hive iobeein lquito unjushtiiable, del the ieoans bI- which it is sn iitlit to ia, il:ain t lre ll cait s eo ll'it Ile tiler toed in tay civilised cullntry. Yeostr day it was juldlged lnecussary to send a N.,rdenfellt gun ull tn ldetielllient of the Perllaltent' Artillery to last LallLbtoll, where fsoine l.ii.r?,rs ungtaged in tillinig slill eotil were ostoied. Altlhough iii this instance the necessity for action had dis Upllptredl before the military reaclhedl t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888

TH SATURDAY, SEPTE.[IBEI?22,.1885. STeIKses are now becomning mtell too frequent to be of service to the cor. I niunity. Thcreae avo been timnes when strikes have dtone considerable good, andi even now the good that any result will nnmply. e'eopensate for the evil done during their eduration. lhnt the tunes lies now come when they are to be re gtldei with aversion, and it may Ie ne cessary to pass a law that will enitable f governments to deal with strike pro motors in exactly the s.une way that in surractionists are' dealt with. 'The present coal strike ini Newcastle cannot eo viewed with much store favor thlant a civil war. Indeed should it be pro loiged ftr several months its effects will t e alhnost as serious nas those produced u Iy a war. Six-thousand tmen in the Newcastle district have for years been indirectly driving all tile locomotive engines throiughoult Australia, lighting i all Australia's cities, making all the far-. naces roar and the 'nachinary hum,' driving ocean s...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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