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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

CHURUI NOTICES. Cutica OF ENGLND.-DivinCe service will Ihe heId next Senday .e followex NJnrwel Bridge, I1 .t.; Halzelood, 3 jm.; MorW , 7 pIla. Mr. A. idwwards. YyrESIprrxtr CYOacH.-Driffield, 11 ,A azei Hazelwood North,3 p.3M.; ).W orwull 7J.tm. Suipply. Wcf.SLFY&N OH1c1taH.-Morwell, I1 ian., 'dr logers. Tianar, 1 amt.i. Tra'reb,, 3 ;.n- .C. Rill: W. iariilton &.Co., tSTOCR, ''ATION, AN?) COMI MJSSyIt7 .lLG1.TS, -11KEMl OUIRNXE .ýn WAR:GkTYL. 'Htxn 'OFrICF. : 74'Qneecn rarrtet, Illhnorne. UI)C IN 'Sd lew~contuted in any part A of ippdaa:Id regularly every Satur 'dayTfort niight itt onr Yards,' Ituun Bcm, anil Itonttay fortniglit at stur Yard", Monrwoll, aind uunrtflulo at. WAIIIIAauh nil l'no ''ng, and at the Methenruc Carpunatieti Varle Nne 'maekjt, evury "weul. VALUATIONS MADE i OS la;Y TO LuN1). LARniE, oiR SMALL SUMS ON I'lllBE 1HOL1D OR LEASE(OTAr) Wm"Hamilton & Co., 'l Qatcn street,':lebvaree. 'HTURSDAY, lBth MAY. .At the Melbourne Athenseum. At 2 o'c...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

Trade Addre?ses. John BinsiUead AND SONYt CELE.BRITs I) iENGLISH ..PI1ANOS" As Supplied by Her itajesty the Queen 1I.R.11. Princess Beatrice .R.H.1. 'Duches of All,any Htis Majesty King of Prtgl. and His Mlajesty King of Bavaria. Etc. Etc. Etc. And accorded The l.egiou of Honor, The Order of Villa Vicoza. J. _sdaile & Co, (CELEBRATED ENGIISII ;PIANOS. Awardted Goldl 3eilal-and SpeciallDiplota, ,Culcutta, 1684-5, where The Esdaile Piano 'Gainell 66 points out of a 'possible 70.point5. Agent.s ill over Gippe'lanil. MAFFRA! ' IAKFFRA i 'I.MPORTANT ANNOU1CEMENT:! Linton and Caw, B EGS to announce lthat they have habvetaken the premises lately eoon 1pied'by 35rs, Gersand, and are now offer ding .for Sale a new and well assorted-stock ,of 'GROCERY, : IROeNiMONGER Y, CIOCKERY, GLASSWARE, TIMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, &c., &c. NEW TEAS! NEW TEAS! Knisow Buis. &c. Boxes and Half Chests. Al Value. All Goods have been persoanlly selected and bought in the Lowest M...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

A ETI'E Io'rtIcCES nreas alterea-"-llock H. 2.0a.,Dumnibalk, Forfelted by C. Crnlin; block E. bita, Bud ,e?ree, .n the EorweU Triver, between Buck a?nd O'Shanasuy. Licenses .renewed--IR. Irving, Mirbo.; J. Cahill,1 Yltuaar J. jDraffin, 'Callignee; '. Lyons. Glenmaggiu; MI. Meens, Willung. Grant approved.-.l. H. llohnsatot, .Mary. vale. Certificates approved.-- , O. 'Clark Carrsjung.; D. ?tanedy anl W. Fogarty ,(executore of J S. . orman decasecd, Wil ldung. Transfer sanctloned.-iC. Shorar, jutar amlbalLk, to J. 51. Findley. Leases approved (section 2, Act 1884). ii. Caddy, Bo?s *Roels.; 1. Firmin, 'rtral. it ; Rose M. O'Connor. Eli S. Cowie, Moe; . 'C..D.Tullovk.Juamb ann. ,Lesses approved (section 32, Act,Stl8$4)E. .11,-Naughton, Willung; E. Asley. F. Lugodi.n IE.'Gcach,.Junr,, J. Cain, Allambee.; H. .)t.al; .l". lmyth, Margt. Spann. LK.'Camp ibell, .'etllambe .East.; I. Mahor, '. 'Clarke, :s. Vary, Narracan ; C. It. Wicks, Nnrmreau .jSouthl.; H.: B. Chambers, Koorooman.; J, J. ?ox...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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HAZELWOOD NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

RAZELWOOD NORTH. A social meeting took place in the Pres hbterian Church at the-above placu ono Tuesday last. This was made tilhe occa sion of a presentation to Mr E. Eldridge t of a purse of sovereigns, in token of tihe s high regard in which that gentlemtan is St held by the people of Nortih Hazelwood 'L M In tlis branch of the district churcl, Mr Mi Eliridge, during Iris connection for two Tr years and seven lntllhs, has be"n h most GI highly appreciated. lie is on the eve of To his departurem from the di.trict in which he has so long annld scessflly labouare, on and this graceful act on the part of a most appreciative section of his charge must he graifying in the extreme. A Imngry contingent from Morwell were early on the scene to find the ener- a getic secretary. Mr Wlttrich, busied in w prepartion' for the meeting. A Ge was ft soon 'alight, uald an anticipatory Clp of tea to was kindlyprepared by Medamesdall Thome- Il son and Baldin. Tilis was much appre- ro ciated by the bef...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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YINNAR MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

--o--hi BIr PosI'a3 l JAc.r. S. I was at. Merwell the other day. I don't y" go very often, but, when I do,. I always S sei somethling. I was walking down cr fe ip tile street, what5ever you call it, ani?, as 11 I was passing the tohiaconist's shop, I all stepped inside, and bouglht a bob's worth co of lacca, that would do m1 e eithlr to nmloke t or cluw, as I indulge in both those luxu ries. I also made a few other purchases, hi su11ch as an eightenpenn knife for one Ie shilling. After going around the town to see the recent improvements, suc1h as the ho nw pllubs., the [nw" bank, etc., I made a O" start for the camp, and on my way out I 10et another Jacky. " By Jyve," t ho says, 1' You are just tihe cove I wanted to see (ot any bacca on you." ,' Yes," I said "I jltt got ai bob's' worth at the 'bacca w shop--Pi-tail." " What ! solme of that ti pig-tail i why, he got utp a box of that for a pig dealer somewhere about to chew. all I don't know his nalme, and lie's only ki haoght ot ab...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

A lad, 9 years of age, namedl Thomnis S'ewart, who resided withll is parents in Union-place, ioff Drummond-street, Carl. ton was taken to tihe MeIolburno IHospital, and died just after admissian. The child was taken with sonedlitticulty frolm under neath the dunmmy of a trans car in Lygon street, but it is not known how Ihe got there. Soi far as could he ascertained the gripunan did not see him on the track. The first knowleldge of an accident having happenedi was conveyed by.the agonizing screams of the oor laid, 'conming apparently from under the gripmn n's feet. The car was in rnediately pulled lup, and'it was then founlt that the front portion if the safety guard underneath the dlnummy hadl heen brolken off. No one scenes tohave ne taally witnessed tihe occurrence. The boy, when taken fron bIeneath the trami, was convoyed in charge of a connstable to the hospital, but ihe had scarcely been 'admittend to tihe w'ard when he ruceeninied to his in juries, having been in reality crus...

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PRESERVATION OF MILK, AND BUTTER. TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

'ItESEIlVATIOC N OF MILK, AND BUT E It. To '1'THIC l'l'TOlli of 3|o1I| e[.I. Ally \ETISI:R. Stt,-1 totice that a good deal of atltonl tion is being given to dairying pursuits just ot\. Nattrally thtose d ependant for a living on milk alnd butter desire to realize as god prices ats possible. This can only he done by prodn ling a lirstoc'ass article. 'To such the following, which was Irotght iunder my noticr by a \tilhebourne dea:lr, Illay e oIf servioe. l?IolLx is known to be it good anliseptic, and if its virtues w\ere understonod generally, it woutl Ie 1ttIta'. extensively used than it is. Ilorax will keep Inilk, crlotal, itll btter stweet t arlt d gtood. It may Ioe ustoed as bought, or tmade into a solution. Boiling water qickly dis solves it. One'otnce of borax is sitlliient for four gallons of milk. Pot the requi site qualntity in solution to the milk, and stir it, or put the powder in the millk-pail and the warn tmilk will dissolve it. In hot wenther more is needed thantl in co...

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SALE OF GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

S-ALE OP GITS. VWhat is known as a Sale of Gifts in aid of the lPresbyterian Church was held in the Mlechanics' Institute on Tuesday c and WVednesday last. It was resolved tlhat the affair sho,ull not be run on the ordinary bazaar systemn, but simply as a Sale of Gifts. The gifts were forth conming freely in the shape of all kinds of fruits, vegetables, and farm produce, I poultry, and animals-porcine, bovine, and equine, besides fancy articles of all descriptions. " Owing to the exertions of M?r. Wood- I ,cock, beautiful ferna: were obtained and. pliiced in positioi toi decorate the hall. whose beautiful fronds were.-not in the least damaged by transit. These, and the gaily decorated stalls of the ladies, together with the arrangements for a shooting gallery, 'magic - lantern, and other accessories, gave the room a very gay appearance. The animation was added by the young ladies, who flitted about, asnd a visitor was,.eve~l before he: was aware of il, fouinil with hanld ini pocket,...

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TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

TO 'roE 01)D1(11 0O tOatvtw.t, Dt Vetrrt.st.o. Sta.-As there is a controversy (not unmixed with a little acerbity), going on " in re" a place of worshi p at Yinar, will you kindly allow me space in the coltmnns of your paper to lmake a suggestion to the contestants. This is to take steps to erect a Mechanics' lnsttitlute, which could be utilized as a place of worship by any de nmnination when required, and would otherwise e useful to the phlic, as snoeh a place is greatly needed he e to hohl meetings in, &c. Apart from its useful ness as a Mechanics' Institute, I do not think that any denomination is likely to require a building to itself every Sunday in this place for some titme to cotle, lso the services could be arranged as at pre sent. Trusting those interested will throw aside all jealousies, and give the matter their imipattial and earnest consideration. Thanking you in anticipation.-Yours, &c. YINNARITE.

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SALE ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

SALE AISSIZES. The Assize Court commenced at Sale on Wednesday'lnst. when the following cases were dealt with. Edward Clinchy charged with larceny from the person at Otmen was acquitted. The case of ,lames Holland, who was charged with an attempt to c(ntllit a criminal offence on the daughter of Mr. Pope, of Yarratoln. The evitlence in this case is already known to our readers. The principal witness was Mr. Pope hiumself, who deposed taat he recogntised the prisoner by tluh light 'of th*le moon, and that in eldea\ourling to capture the prisoner as-he got-out throughlthe win dow, a piece of prispner's shirk was left in his hand. WP.liqn arrested at' R Var ragul, the piece fitted exactly a torn shirt the. prisoietswa swearingr ...... The defence was that prisoner was drunk at the time, and that entrance to the room was not imade . ith inltent, ;After three Ilours';deliberatton the jury broulght in a verdict ~i gubilty, and tihe prisoner was remanded for sentence. - William Harold Coot...

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TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

TO THE EDITOR OF MonWELL ADVERTISER. Sln,--having heard that Mr English accused is through Mr .[athors of purloin ing his lirewood, from a heap on his own promises, we heg to most emphatically state that hle must hoe an entire stranger to the chliracteristics of a gentlemoan. We are scarcly so rednceod in circumlllstances as to colpel to t to any such course, andt wo wish to intimate through your columnos that if he is in such an unfortunate position, to present himself on any night at the address below, and we will honorably attend to thim.-We are, &c., .1. MATUEItS, T. KEirhTIE, C. EMENY. G. DAVIDSON. lhust·or;'s Ithtront, 27 I S C1.

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

mAI:II'IIlU1AI, INQUIIR. A ma?:islterial enquiry was hohl at Yin nart, on 20th inst., iy E. Kelleher, IE·q., J.P., on the death of John Luscomnbe, who died saldenly at Yinnar. loames Ilatilton Dorn, sworn, said : I atl station-tmaster at Yinnar ; oni the 19th inst. the decasedl cantlt to the station, and despaticlhel a telegram to William tos combe abot -4 Ip.m., and got a ticKet for Prinee:'s Bridge at the saneo time; albout 20 minutes after, lie was lying on the seat in the waiting-roonr. and appeared to be asleep ; I called himt. ht Ie did not an swer ; I then sat him up, and found that lie was lelpless; I thIouightt at the time hIe mighlt Ihave been tdrunk, but I after wartlds foundl that hIe was d:lead or dyving ; he nover spoke, ullllnd as quite ttncons scious the whole timhe ; he niever coin- dained, nor did I notice previously thtat there was anytlting the matter witll him. There was no person il his company; whenlu I found le was dead I had him lait on the stretcher, and I ...

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PROGRESS AT MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

PROGRESS AT MILDURA. An official visit was recently paid to the Mildura irrigation colony by Mr Stuart Murray, chief engineer of Water Sopplyi for the purpose of ascertaing wletlidr Messrs. Chaffey Brothers are carrying not the conditions of their agrieement. In his report to the Minister of Water Supply (Mr. Deakin) the chief engineer states that the work done and the progress made at Mihldra are thoroughly satisfactory. Messrs. Chatfer have so far fully complied with the covenatnts of the agreelent, anld are evincing a disposition to place a liberal interpretation upon their obligations to wards the purchase of land at the settle Ient. The population of Mildura at the time of M[r Murray's visit was 270, and hio 'estimates the val?o of the impricvenmunts already made at £18,120, not including matcrials on the groundn for the erection of fences. About 250 acres of town allot meonts have been surveyed, as well as about 5,000 acres of agricultural and blmcutlttral allotmenots. Some 4....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

''rnile .AII Itrees. John Binsmead AND SON't CEILERIIATI) EoNGI, lI.?l I'PIANO.. As SuIiplid by Hier Majesty the tui -en 11..11. Princess llcatrice, l[I..IL. Duchess of Albany Ilis Majesty King of Prtgl. and His Majesty King of Bavaria. Etc.. Etc. Etc. And accorded The Legion of Ilonor, The Order of killa View-.. J. Esdaile &C Co, ,CELUEhIlTElD 'ENGUISH PIANOS. Awarded Goll ?3leid-iluntllDSecidllIlilorau, ,Calcutta, '1884:5, where 'The Esdaile Piano Gained GG points out of a possible .70 points. Agents afl over Giplpland. LMAFFIA ! 3IAFFRA! IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! Linton and Caw, B EGS to announce that they have B have taken the premises lately occu pied hby Mrs, Gersand, and are now offer ing for Sale a new and well assorted stock of GROCERY, IRIIONMONGEY, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, TIMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, &c., &c. NEW TEAS! NEW TEAS I Kaisow BEds. &o., Boxes and Half Chests. Al Value. All Goods have been personally selected and hlought in the Lowest ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

CIU llCIt NOTICES TI ClURacH oF ENh;.\19.-Divine s?rvice w-ill ho held trset Sunday as ft?lows :- Yinnar, 1 at.m.; llcnelwnood, 2.30 j.n.; W 3srwivell, 7 p.nt. Mr. A. Edwards. lREsnurErvltif Caor.cu.-MssrwelL, 11 .an.; Drifmiithl, 3 p.m.; Boolara, 7 p.m. ; Hlev. J. Osborem. \\'WEt.'YAS CuOenc.-Yinnar East, 11 i:,~m, azelwnt Northt 3 p.m.t; Mlorwoll, 1 7 pn.. Mr. P'ak. IARG.RE'i ROIII S0?% H AVING PURIIIASED the BUSINESS Ilately luoasd by ROBINSON & SONS frotm the Warragul .Itrated Water C'nmlpany. F .begs to intimate that fortthle future tshe ill In ,carry on the busilness on her own accuenl t,. ;and solicits a constinluance of the custom so st liberally bestowed on lher predeccssrs. g Trhe business will be under the anage- I Ienllt.O itI. W. ROBINSON, Seou. Warragul, 21tth March, 1887. NOTICE. N OTICE is hereby given that tho Part- s Snership heretofore asubsisting bctwoeen. WILLIast ItoBNsox. thlt elder. W\ILI.I.A It ltoutssON, tile younger, nodl I'uoxas Ito. mntsot;, trad...

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(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

(TO TIHE EIl'rTOt MititWELyt. AliVEIITISEIi.) Sln,-I do not like to he charged by 'Mr ileeps with nusillaitinity, and I can assure himt, that I do not wish to " regurgitate" ai severe reprimand on him. Perhaps Mr hleeps thinks his jaw-breakers will have the sane effect as Dautiel O'Connell's.ni the widow. Well! I may he sile'ced, but not convinced. I was sure. since .\Ir eeps states he " would Ibe most willing to answer it (miy letter) especiaily as lie consilders it a ioust ahoutinable, impudent reply," that hiding my tinme under at nom-de piunie will lint prevenilt Mr leelps gir ilg vent to his irldent desire to give ia full expliiatitli of the limiter. Trustiing .\r Ilheps will do this, and reider it nllllectssar for me to lIniger retain imy noimi-de-plu?te. it .. etch. ANOTIItE MhEMBIERi.

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CRICKET. CUP CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

CRICKET. Cut CoNrt?sr. On Saturday the list match of the season was contested by tie Morwvell and Niorwvell millerial Cricket Clubs to decile the deostinationl of Mr. II. lticnden's challenge cup, presenied to the "' runner-up" in the cuip ltlatches. The day was ieautifully tine, and a most enjoyable goamtl wtas brlloughlt to i coclthusiol by i victory for the hmlt perials, which woi by it majority of 22 runs. The wtrickt s ta itowler's onlle .\Ie.srs O'Conlnor and Fieirgusotn did the trundling f"Ior orwell, and Messrs. .I'COumnisky atn SuliTren for the Im perials-wiith what success the subjoined scores sihow. There was time onlly for onle inings, altihough it second watis cott iienced by the inlpurials aigain taking the field. The innings, however opened diaostrously, OiConillnor and Bell being bowled int sulitessive balls by Sitffren, and the stumllps were drawni by itittial consent. The following are the scores : O'Connlor, i tit 'e I ........... 6 ; tl, 1, it M tCu itlnisk . ......

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THE RAMBLER. E.T.K. AROUND MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

THE RANULER. - i!r.n m?r- . E.T.K. AROUn MOIRWELL. " Today being beautiful and fine, and giving promise if possible of a better after noon, I determiitie. to cast in my lot withl three fellow eomlanions, and take an afternoonl' stroll a ngllst the Illan charm- c log pieces of scenery that lay at R. great a dIistance from the town.• After furnishing myself with a knife; in the hope of hear ing back with me a few roots of bracken and maiden ferns, of which-hy the way, I havnein soene former visits collected some clhoicoei aid pretty, specimens, ' e ,et started out, annd by joint consent deter mined to follow tihe.well. ballasted railway track in the direction of thle Morwell river. We had scarcely loft houre, when George uddlenly betlhoighlt himself of his breceh loader-a requisition le dletermined to at once rtirrn for. \\'hat use it would be to him I failed to see, as lily slight 'know ledge of tthe surronunding country con vinred tme of the almost entire abie-nce of game or sport o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

*MVURDOCIT'S HOTEL, 1 1IDCI wvishesL to infr, ,is ii ii', roii frieudeI~ aid~ the pubicj geIIrally, thulir e has Ilehlbilt ilt ml iteiriishIed his well-kuewviIl hhilry, whIere friendsim, visithor,, anIId othmeri whill limit Arcemoimmie Ihtin iesecoI ii nloe im hihjippm. latch. iCem ii] ad Spiritm of the Best I'rocItIhhe h Brmimi h. Buall, 11111 jurihi Etc. Ihecees amid Buggies nit I thri. Gooei Grimem Iihhicksm. Stabhlintg mii Civillity Grat e. 1WM1. M Ull 110(11, lroprietor. Letters ald othter ..rttttitiiea.t ion ientendel at ffor inlertiol in the news coltmtns ihouhl be htihresses toTuIs: icETrrot. mi Iejectred letters cannot be returned under g any circtintstancesel whatsoever. All business cnlltllriti oltn 's lto ire allttiess ecl to the Prosriti eOt.c The T fnscrnripf" explains rules t?ns: I Write riupn er.ie Pic of the shleet rntlllr\. Wi\\ hy r Beiuse i it s ofr't nitc,.sv' r fito crt the li'e hirto "talt's" for the cort psitoers and thits catnnot he done \ hiten both, csides...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 April 1888

.3otaTlotices. :MoRWELL FAMILY HOTEL. W., Murdoch, ('LATE ,OF TIlE .'CRICKEIERS' 'HOTEL.) B- GS to irfomo his imiieroua Friends and the.Public Uoncrilly,ltlhat he has Purchased B the above well-known hlostelrv, and has thoroughly lRenovated and newly Fur miehed it Tlrouighout. lei nowotfferas FdIIS:-CLASS .ACCOMMODATION for Travellers, Wisitors, and Others. FIRST-OLASS AIIOOCK'S BI'LLIA'ID TABLE WIN'iRS MND SPIRITS OF THE 13EST PROCURABLE B?tANDS. HORIsS AND HOOGIES -ON FO'IRE. 'GRASS 'PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HiORSES ONLY. :BTABIIGNO AN:1 'OIVILITY GRATIS. 'THIS SIPACE NOT PAID EoR! .~A YONE .MAY HAVE IT *AT .A T"RCE. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, aI OiR W;E L L :Henry Breed, Proprietor, 1AVI.NG just!pnrehave'l rt?il, T1ou0 H1to1. . Wh iceh for conoft nil a dm,?,r all othCer ceeI.; M* v l'btr,,ni will'lind I a1 0.0illini aind able 'T, kip thel Ik.st I)riunk- l theaI very best Tohblc. .M.e srvats are civil,. atei t ive. -and kind A iuoditys.veldomuin si?ii li a n yo1u'll lii d ; (lnlt wIII...

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