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Fire and Flood in New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 April 1888

Fire and Flooi l in New Zealanti. A terrible disaster happened on 16th March at one of our village settlulnrnts, resullting in the aloost complete destructione of tile township of Sor'eweood, situated in tihe 70-uile Ibsh. on trhe roadl between Wellington and Napier. The dronglht Iand high winds that hadl previouslv prevailed dried everythiing ta tinder, rrpd about 10 o'clock of the morning of the day named a furious gale arose, bringing with it sparks frolll a clearinlg solrle dirstance srrrav. Thes sparks set tie grass and logs on tire. Soron spreading, the tire was raging over the country toward Norsowood village. Very few men were at their horres at tile time, the majority being away at \work, many of therm rat considerable distances. All efforts to avert destruction of tie vil lage were unavailing, the women anri aI feLtw ment int the settlement ibeing powerless to check tie spread of the fire. The ir'r ricane continuedl to rage with unabated fury,, and tile lire spread with di...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FLEET IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 April 1888

THiE FLEET JIN'ACTION. The naval evolutinns at Qroirnerliff nre thri described -by the 'Age' :--BItwe.'o, Sunday night and 4 o'clock on Sunday mnrning was onderstnod to Ir the time when thie Vietoria. Albert and'Gannot gun hnats were likely to make an'attack upon Qoeenscliff forts. and, having gained an entrance to the Bay. to sink the war ships an'l advance on Meolbourne. As it was well known that darknrrs wroull only last between 7 and 9 o'clock, prior to the risine of tihe mnnn, it was generally antirinated that Captain Flnllartor would lead hlij squadrinn fn the assault withiri that period. Careful arrnngerlents were made fry Can. tain Thlmrig to place the vessels'un~lor his celnrlland to. the hneat advantage fnr defen sive nurposes. Close under Poi;t Nepean the torpedo launch Cinmlissioner was located, havingl on bnard an armed crdw, and all her lights hbeing out': whilst the Cerhlrls tlunch, similarly treated, was stalionred uist witlin the Ilears near tirhe Qreenscliff shore....

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A Mother and Daughter Arrested. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 April 1888

A Mother and IDa?lgliter Arrestedl Isabella (ill, an chlderly womnan, and Isabellia A. Gill, her daughter, aged 17, were observed by Constable Stokes at an early bhor on Tuesday aorning last wandering about El xihition-strCo in comnpany with at man. He saw the nmn knock lat the door of two blrothels, but, the party wero unable to g tin admission. The females looked sonmewhat more respecltalbll than the general run Iof those whio Parade the thoroulghfare at that hour in the morning. arni accordingly Ithe constable accostel them 'T'lhoy informed him that they weroe lookilng for lodgings, and the chlery womlnare stated she hlal Ilmoney. A e.th wast procured, and site was ldiven to Itn hoteel in Fitzroy. whoere s, stated shie had been I Inlging, IThies story, hlowever. l urned out to be fels?. and tnotlher icand dalg?htetr weore tIhereupon convere lel Ito ile witch house, and locked ip for their own iprtection. They wrree creli ht le efore thf lle city bench ie t ithe mornineg, whel1; t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 April 1888

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Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 April 1888

Hotel Notices. MORWELL FAMILY HOTEL. W. Murdoch, (LAT. OF THE CRICKETERS' HOTEL) " b islr R Ms Imuimrms Friend " thsb Publiec lsenenly, tlhat he has Punhlased Stotwn Hic ?U En ow oters FiRSa hsT-CLASS AC?M MODATION for Travellers, ".., ii ..r FIR8T-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE 'WINSB. AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. S HOSESB AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. 'GuASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. TRgs .SPACE NOT PAID Fon! ANTONg MAY HAVE IT AT A PRICE. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, MOBWELL Henry Breed, Proprietor, IAVINGO jut srrelmmol this fanmous lHtel, H liilt for enmfort ad ·order alr ot crt eeel; My Psthai will end I am willing anl able To keep the bet Drinks and the very hcst 'iable. Mty rvamts are dvil, attentive, anod kidl A quilit7 .sldr in crvreat you'll lilld; R aut we?n eh.ldteied will bt add to the cemts, lhlatttaet all my triends to the "Cricketer's Arms." I have Heemp Bal Sagghlcand al dc you tccd, Yvae T ery resseetftilly ,HENIRY BIREED SE...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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ATHLETIC. MORWELL ANNUAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 April 1888

I. ' -': tran:rc. MMR-W LL ANNUAL SPORTS, Presideut-M-r. J.. Eliglish. Vice-Preiidents-\lessrs. .1I. Cavanagh and W. Tulhech Cenc, itte-Messrs .loI, Harris, RI. Date L)..1c Kinmun, \V. \Waldhon, C, P. f Ninad, B: Ttirnlhvyanld D.iDoh ahlson. Jilil"esý\-.10.ir.'C: -lid:, W7"Waldon and ýi);5H. Cavanagh. Referede'Mr. Richard? Date, °- "-Starter-MrOhaas..-.Sommners.. Assistant Starters-Messrs W. Bessell and J. Dustiing. ITreasurer--Mr Andrew Donaldson, SSertary'-Mr S I 'Lr Davidson. STlTe Annriilual Sports took place as 'usual' on Easter Mondas:. On this oc casion, they were conducted for tne lirst time by the recently constituted Mon?ell A?lleti6 Club. It is the opin ion of. those who were present, that it ,was ore oifthe best conducted sild a ilhst successfui'spolrts held ini thecboldony. Tlie grou;id is undoubtedly one of the very best to be found for ihe spectditorr to secure an uninterrupted view of the co-n. pettiiis, and, as the committee were extremely painstaking. in all their ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 April 1888

Trade Addre?tas. John Binsmead AND SON'S CELEBRATED ENGLISII PIANOS As Supplied by Her Majesty the Queen UI.R.H. Princess Beatrice H.R.H. Duchess of Albany His Majesty King of Prtgl. and His Majesty King of Bavaria. Etc. Etc. Etc. And accorded The Legion of Honor, The Order of Villa Vicoza. ,J. Esdaile & Co, CELEBRATED ENGLISH PIANOS. Awarded Gold Medal and SpecialDiploms, Calcutta, 1884-5, where The Esdaile Piano AGained 66 points ost df a seasibles7Opoinze. Agents all ovor'Gippsland. MAFFRA! MAFFRIA IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT I Linton and Caw, B EGS to announce that they have have taken the premises lately occu pied by Mrs, Gersand, and are now offer ing for Sale a new and well assorted stock of GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, TIMBEBI BUILDING MATERIALS, &c., &c. NEW TEAS ! NEW TEAS! Kaisow Bnds. &c., Boxes and Half Chests. Al Value. All:'Gods, have been personally selected and' honght in the Lowest Markets, and will he sold at Prices never e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 April 1888

S NOTTOE, To' wnosn iT MAY ' COsCF. -W ILL the person who so kindly took clharge of Mrs. Rintotil's jelly-jars at the late Show be good enough to return themr, a soon as the contents are emptied. No danger may be apprehended, as -the jelly contained no deleterious matter whatever. NN.B.--Esrly .ttention to this - will oblige. . S?ilRE OF TRARALUQ7N. SOIENI tERS will' ; recived at the Shire L Hall,,'Traralgonn till 11 o'clock a.m. on Wednosrlay, 11th day of aApril for the foal lowingcworks : , Contract No. 414: 'Clearl? arnd icor - dlroy bstir rFiiAil oTi? n; - No. 415i: 2 eulverts. clearing andl drain lng Mnackay's road. leprelt's Cr'e. ;' J:?6.41 .! ~1 'crlert. i'iq formation, S1 . innir oranunear Crnrwell's. No. 417: 7 culverts. draining, etc. Upr. Flynn's Creek Road. No. 418: 3 culverts: clearing and drain ig,. TdogIh7BER}d,;flarpyiae. No. 419.: 8 culyertp,, draining and clear. in Francis Road. Yinnar. No. 420 : Clearing and fencing Mat: tingly's Hill, Traralgon Creek. S- Plans a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 April 1888

Letters ailo fther- ctmmt icatio ns intended for int.'ertintt in tihe news columns s tuhli be addresses toTur Elntr. ]lujected letters eminot he reinrned under any cirentlistltaces wh;atsoever. All business conutlticatittts to he address ed to .lte Peonitetrott.c The t" T'rausript' explains rules thus: I Write tii one suite of the shout inly. Why? becausi u it is often necessary to cot the pages into "tak s" for tihe con .positors and this caitnnot I done when both :sides are writ'ten upon. 2 W\rite cluarly and distinctly, being 'particutlarly careful in the matter of proper l, tanld wordls fromll ftoreign htlnguges. \Vih?, Bueauste.yol thave nu right to ask eijher editer'or , cimplositor to waste his time pinzzling out the resultsof your siltlishness. I to ,tt write in a microscopic thand. Why? Ilt:eause the the compositor has to renad it across his case, at the distance of nearly two feet; also, because the editor often wants to Illake additions 'anld other changes. 4 I)not begin ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 7 April 1888

MARRIAGE. MATTHEWS—MORRELL.—On the 4th April,           at the residence of the bride's parents, Hazel- wood, by the Rev. T. Adamson, Andrew Mat- thews, son of Andrew Matthews of New South Wales, to Alice Elizabeth Morrell, third dau-     ghter of Robert Morrell.      

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MORWELL ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

MORWELL ATHLETIC CLUB. A meeting of tihe commnittee of the Morwell Athletic Club was held on Wednesday at \Murdoch's. There was a good attenldance present, the President, Mr. English occupying the chair. The subject of the protests lodged, engaged the attention of the meeting, when that entered by Mr Porter against T. Comber was dismissed, anit the de posit, forfeited. Evidence was forthcoming front the secretary of the Gishlrne Snorts, that Mr. A. E. Bowser hal won a Sheffield IHandicap within the prescribed time, but this performance had not been made known to the conmmittee. A le claration was nadle by Mr. Bowser that he had sent in his correct performances. The secretary was instructed to write to Mr. Bowser, enclosing a copy of the letter received, and asking for an ex planation. Secen days to be allowed for receiving a reply. In the case of It. Campbell a reply was received front the secretary of a sports meeting that Campbell had ran into second place in two maiden races with...

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Meeting of Morwell Mechanics' Institute Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

Meeting of lorwell Mechanics' In stitute Committee. A meeting of the committee of thie Me clihnics' Institute was h?el in the hall on VWednesdav. There were present Messrs. Waldonn-Chairnan. English, Gay, A. Donaldson, and Nind. The principal business wa to diseass a motion by Mr English of which Ihe had given provious notice viz :-to close the Mechalnics'. The mover, however,. withdrew the notion and the usual business was pro ceeded with. It was resolved to have the new hooks of which there are 100 cata logued and placed in the library. It was further resolved that 100 printsl post cards be sent to late sbscribers taking thetan aware of the fact. Every effort was to be made to raise tie te nltllber of subscrilbers. Necessary allerations to the care-takers quar:ors weore arranged to he offected. Our pirliasuenltar representative was made thle subject of severe reflections on the illiberal manner in which our Mechanics was allowed to be dealth with in comn ,arison to other instituti...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER). [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

(TO TIIH EDITOR OnOF .IOWE.L1. ADVERTISER). Stn.-Y on will omuch oblige hb allowing me space in your TJornal to call the at tention of the Cooneil to the faet, that the resolution passed ahout six months ago re garding the shifting of verandah posts to the width of the footpath has never been carried into effect. Our rathways are still olhtrnected by verandah posts. wh?ich are extrmoely dan terous to pedestrians, and it is time that the bye-law was put in force. At the corner of Tarwin Street. opposite MIr Donalrlson's shop, Flands a verandah, which encroaches on the footpnath, and mars ennsiderably the uniformity of the line of comellrrreinl road. If this llbstrltion weor removed, the coulncil wnoll no doubt prneced to cll down the rise and ferm ithe fotlpath at this spot. I am11 sure, Air Editor, it only requires that the attention of the council be drawnto thlis matter to have it reaIn. died. This matter T woul rlesire spee ially to command to the attention of the wnrthyv preside...

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THE GRAND NATIONAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

'IrI GRIAN) N.'I'IONAL SIHOWV, T'he Minister of lands has decided that the Grand National Show shall he held at St Arna:d this year, antd tie ' \Art s' thus leals with hisi resolve :-" Ther Ionmoor ?hle .T. L. Dow, Minister of Lands. has acted a pices of hesitation, and assntiedll a eliaracter of perplexity' is Irettily as it has ever been presented on the floor of a Cabinet \Ilnister's roam. Various towns were offered for the hotling of the National Ahricultural Show, which is a movable in stitution, atnd assisted with publlic 'money Slanlhurst. for instanco, in a poplonus city. and easy of access to a large number of farmers, and might he deemed most( nsuit ahle. But Mr Dow, in the generosity of his heart. turned his thoughts to tit mnore outlying districts, which are apt toite neg Ilected in sieh cases. Traralgon, iho dis covered, has strong claims ; and indeed would naturally think that if the show is to he of any hbnefit. it mont he of the greatest use in exhihiting well-bred c...

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TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

TO TIlt EDITOIt otmrWI. .h ADVERTISEiS.. Stn,-In your issue of last week my attention was attracted by a nmost 1bou0 bastic epistle. which for effrontery and rodomontade could hardly be surpassed. Mr. lIHeps, after such a production, should surely hide his diminished head. Did le not knlow, that Mr. Morrell, as a umember of the agricultural society, was perfectly justified in bring ing under its notice what lie deemed an invasion of its bye-laws. If rule 8 only referred to bona fide property of the exhibitor, it was still clearly the inten tion of the society, that the exhibit must be district grown. I would ask Mr. hIeeps, if lie has the hardihood to assert that the sample of wheat exli hited by limn was grown in the dlistr;ct. In the ablsence of Mr Morrell, I feel iim pelled t, take usT the cudgels on his hI half, Hlie was perfetly right in calling the attention of the society to what lihe beliered was contrary to the spirit of the hye-laws framhied for the guidancie of the societ...

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The Cape Otway Forest Line. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

The Cape Otway Forest Line. The railnay tender board on Monlday last opened te?ilers for the construction of a line from Iirreogrra to the edge of Cape Otwav Forest, a distance of 19 miles 58 chlins. This line lwhich it is eventually int 'iled to continue itas far as Lorne, after leaving Ilirreogrra it runs south east as far as Dean's Marlsh, seven miles 30 chains distant, after which it turns southwianlt to the terminus just within the Cape O.tav Forest. The work on the line is very heavy, and necessitates the removal of 50-1.000 cuuic vards of earthwork the deepest cutting, Ioing 32ft and the highest bank 31ft. There are no less than 27 brilge, in tie 20 mile, of line, and o18 cul verts of various sizes The principal bridges is at 60 chains fromn irregerra, where the Blarwon and Kettle's Creek are crosed tin a britdge hiving 121 openings os 20ft each. The 'oarwon is crossed ls , at 1f miles by ai bridge having 13 opening, of 20ft each, and at 19 miles by ? bridge of 55 openings of...

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TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

TO THE EDITOR OFI )MOIWEL)L ADVIEISTIIR. Sir,-I was hi.hly pleasled at the remarks ,ald, by olu in last week's leadier re the yellow agony. The mleaLsurLes iadoptiled ihv tile Autlralian Colonies should he short, sl'rp, and decisivel . )epend more on nor selves and less on Downing-street. The treaty entered into lately between China and the United States means seeking Ib the Chinese oIf fresh fields and pastures no i,." AInd wht coulntry is there bltter adopted to increase and tmnltipllJ the hea then ChinLe than Australia Felix? Making our fair country aI cslspool to receive their oultcast Opulationl, that .oulld prove worse neilLhhors Ithan evenl t1) French conv'cts. When we find a thief amongst the -elect few cnmpn-sini. tihe train of General Wing Tlo and his Irother CoumnLissioner who vi sited 0or shores lately, whatnl can Ie ex pected of the scum? One of tile servants of those distinguished guests was detected in tie act of stealing some silver ware from the Government HTouse du...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

MURlDOCI-'S HOTEL, AV. arulll00cll Wishes In inl'n.l~i~~au~,h,,, mmtcrun:; fricud and h; puldi, fciJcl1Iy, 1 hIIII ;IM 11111 ilbitr I~i 211 a~li l bin :yell-lau11 .'I l .Ilntcirym whereI2M friondn, vi~i~itorn, and n tbere wX ill lied . \CI:llllll ld i hen :l:C·Olld to Ilo Uilo in llllpn 1,1n22. 2V222e and Sp i12212 221 : th2 t '1214 l22c222 ad, s. Bath112, illiurA , Etc. St lbing ri d Civility I l 12i, CIIHURCH NOTICES. C(lncr OFr ENCI AND~.-Yinnar, IT a.m. IIoly C n lrnnanin awn, Ilaptianm. Rev. T. It. Walker. Morwell, 7 p.mi. MAr A Edwards. I'ttSIlYTfRlIA, CilITrCc.-?nIonrw ll, II at.m.. tnnllara. I p-.1,' Yinuar, 7 p.mt. F'are well Searmons, hMr I'. Eldridge. \'est.ry. N nCttelln.-IInzetlw,.on II .an, lazelwoad North, 3 pn., Morwell, 7 p.m. Mr C. Palk. IiROMAN CATIIOI.Io n lte Ctan.--l?aoqs will Ih cele.hrated Iluxt Slnnnrnlan' a rollon n : Trarlgnnn, i nI.. Mrorwell. 11 a m. with Vnnpter and Ilendtlirtin at the latter place

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

Hotel Noticea. MOR 4LL FAMILY HOTEL. V- . Murdoch, I(LATE OF THE ORICKETERS' ~OTEL.) ýEGS to inform hi nuinerorus Friendsandlrh Publlic Uonerallythnt helsns Purclhased .the above well-known llestelry, and has hllrouhlly ll eovilted and newhl Fur jioed itThlrougliutl. Ilu-noiw odltr. F'ILS'r-cLASS ACCO?OIlODATION for Traveller-, isiltors, and Others. FIRSTICLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE WINES AND SP RITS OF 'THE IBEST PROCURABLE BRT?NDS. IIOIISiES AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. 'GRAISS IP.ADDOCKS F'OIUC'USTO.1EIRS' tHO1RSES ONLY. :STABLING AND 'CIVI:ITY GRATIS. Tars Srca N NOT PAID) FOR A 'NYONE SI'1Y HIIAVE I1T AT .A :IPRICE. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, MORWELL Ienlry Breed, Proprietor, TA VING jut purdhased this fam nis Hotel, .! l Whichl for cornfort and order all-othem excel-; SMv lPtrras will lind I am willing auiliable STo keep the best Drinks and the vryt in d ae rle ble. " A'..Aquality neldon:in servants you'll rln ; - . i " I t'whlrr onc' o6btained will bUt i'add to the chnarms, SThainittr...

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The Morwell 'Advertiser. VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, APRIL 14. 1888. RABBIT EXTERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

VOX P O ' UL . P(TIILISIIED EVERY SATURDAY). SA'I'URDAY, AP'IIL 14. ISSS. IAlIIllIT XTli''Eiti NATION. W~T1r1 the arrival of the accredited agents of Mr. Pasteu, who is a comn petitor for the large bonus promised for an effective means of ridding the colony of the rabbit plague, the question of the safety of the means to be employed re quires the greatest consideration. It is dlbhtful if the expe:iency of riddling the country of rabbits by their wholesale destruction. involving the loss of hun dreds of thousands of pounds, has been maturely considered ; or, if this means be employed, whether the Government is justified in imposing a tax, which will press hneavily on the small land holder and burgher alike, to aid the large and wealthy land-owners, whose estates are to large and cumllbersome to permit the small staff of employes to keep the pest in proper check. There is no disguising the fact, it is these large estates that propagate the bunny family to be an infliction to the owner...

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