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Editor Morwell Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

Editor M3or,ell Adert.sser. Sin,-With your kind permission, I will say a few wnods concerning that prying individual, Pnosenin Jacky, who it striken mi very forcibly is altogether nc glectinlg his posstum catching, and bring ing displeasure and disdain about his cars by his continued dispicahle jarring and irreparable inkslopping. Ile has just run 'the gaIntInt, barel escapinga prosecution; now hi moat need direct his fiery larts in the direction of a poor Country Joskin, who voluntarily took the part of A "maiden fair, and a bird of plumage rare." It isn't every day we come across such genius " posaun catchers." so, with plea sutre, we ltmust note this strange p?hlenoin, non of the inltlleotual and literary ordler springing utp in our mild-t. I Iran pictnr. Jack rolling his mitclhicvinlos etes. whil. pnizzling his verdant brain to gather fall scandal itnaginary and real, that lie ran scrape together. We imtlst observe him just returnrl from a heavy dayls hunll k punmoing. stowing a...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Evictions in Wexford. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

'ELctions in Wexford. M1r. J. O'Cotnnor, deplty-sleriff, neeonn panttied ly eight property:dtfence men, and: drotected by about IUl poliue i .clharge of County-Inspeutor Jolles and district in etpec ore GLatblo:(New ltes) and tlohtesl ,('laghtnon). .pr.ceeded on 8th April to Wlntuchurch, aboht six miles from New ouss, wheIre an evioction was carried out on' the eistate of \. aM. Glanscotl, J.|., Co .lonel '. W. Miller, It.AL wan in charge of; tihe whole forces. . Shortly after ten o'clock the baililte at-! hiacked the louse, which was barricadedl with gates and iron stanhiouas, F?ur al-: aollst anl hole the light for posaessin of the house was comlinued The bailita: were repulsed several times, anlld were' ecohlded and drenched with hot water and, a sort tof yellow fluid, which was driven .at them from t - yringet and garden hoses. Finding all efforts to takd .the house by : anoaneans tof.thu ciowhars and latcthes fruit Jess, a.large battering-ratm was called into .reluisieitiou. T'...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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THE RAMBLER. E.T.K. ON THE MURRAY & DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

THE RAXBLER. E.T,K. ON TIE. MURRAY & DARLING. In the evcaing of Decembor in the year 1879, I received instructions somewhat studdemly to prepare myself for a journey 'to the far interior of Australia; and as it was intimated to inc that I would be required to start on thefollowinsg morning hlot one, I had but little time to take toy preparations : not that I intended to bur Icln miyself with any undue or cunmbersome Iluggiage, or the thousand and one trivial appurtunances so requisite to domnestic coma'fort and happiness. But there were a score of friends, many of them mierry fellows, and some companions in many a previous ramble, whom [ could not leave without a fareweoll word ; and as I also learned that I might be absent for some -ontlm, a follow feeling rendared it in-. perative in te to seek tlihtc out before I left. The evening not being far advanced, I .deterlined'to devote the remainder to one particular frienL And as I now glance iuck through the corridors of those ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Presentation to Mr. Woodcock. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

Iresentations to .r uoodcocdck. Mr .I. Woodcock, who was so long and favorably known as Station Mastor, at 31orwell, was entertained by a nrua bher of his friends at the Mechanics' In stitute, last Saturday ,vening. Mr Murdoch was in the chair, and proposed the toast of his Guest in his well-known happy style. The toast was drunk with musical honors, and the presentation of the purse of soverigins a which were voluntarily subscribed by Mr t Woodcock's friends, and a very - nice il lutninated address, was then nmde. Nearly all the leading business men of the town testified to MAr Woodcock's at- t tention to his work, his civility to the , public generally, and his worth as a private citizen. Mir Woodcock respond ed in very feeling terms, and said that he had always tried to do his duty as an office of the Railway Department and a private citizen ; and was pleased to find the public were satisfied. He said he had spent some very pleasant days in Morwell, and would always look back to)...

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, JUNE 2, 1888. OUR RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

VOX POPULT. PUBLISIIED EVEILY SATURDAY.) SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1888. OUR RIGHTS. As the question of re-arranging the boundaries of the Traralgon Shire will, no doubt, come on at the next meeting of the Shire Council, it beLoves our re presentatises at the Council table to be prepared for what will, doubtless, be a hard fight, if the ratepayers of the West Riding are to get their rights, and for the future be represented at the Council table with a number of miembers in pro portion to our territory and revenue. Experience has taught us that the Shire divided, as it is at present, instead of being a benefit, and allowing the West Riding of the Shire to get the money that properly belongs to it, spent in it is simply a deception and a snare. The balance-sheet for last year shows that instead of the money being spent in each riding in the proportion in which it is collected, the West Riding hail a . red.c balance of £749, which was ap propriated by the other Ihidings, and this year present ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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PETTY SESSIONS. JUNE, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

PETTY SESSIONS. JLsn, 1888. RIosedale, Wednesday ith. at 11 a.m. Tonngahhie, Thuradav. 7th. at 11 a.m. Summnnea iassued Tuesday, 29th May. lIeyfild, Saturday. 9th at 11 a,n. Summonsaes issued Friday 1st. Traralgsn. Wednesdays 13th and 27th, at 10 a.m. Suummonses issued Tuesdays, 5th and 19th. Mnrwell. Wednesday, 20th. 9.30 a.m. Sutmmonnses issued Tuesday 12th, Moe, Saturday 1Ith. 10 a.m, Sum mones issued Friday 8th. Mirhboo North, Wednesday, 20th, 2 p.m. Summnonses issued Tuesday, 12th. WARDERNS COtTUT. 1ine, Saturday. 16ith, at 2.45 a.ln.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

Trdr Aldd riSc.s. John Binslnead CEtI.ERIuA'v D EmNil.ISUl PIANOs A- Supplied by Her Mlajsty the Q(iein l.I .li. P[rinlrs- '.Iatrice II.R.H. Dulchess of Albany Ili. 31ajesty King of Prtfgl. and His V Majesty King of Bavaria. Etc. Etc. Etc. And accordtei Tli Legion o f Hioinor, The Order of Villa Vicoza. J. Esdaile & Co, CELEBIIATED ENGLISII PIANOS. Awarde.d Gold Mledal snd Specilal Dillhoua, Calettta. 1884-5, where The Esdaile Piano Gaintd 66 poin ts ot of a puosiblu 70 points. Agents all over Gipplanld. MIAFFIRA MAFFll!tA lIPl'OIITANT ANNOUNCE3IENT! Linton and Caw, 1) EGS to annuonce that theiy have l have takli theu preiltise lately occu pied Ilv Mrs, Gersand, and are now nfl'er itrg ftr Salu a uew aild well assortcd stock of (mIOCEIRY, 11IONMONX ERY, CIIOCKElIY, GLASSWAUE, TIMInEI, BUILDING 3MA'IlAIAS, &c., &c. NEgW TEA8! NEW TEAS! Kaistw Budls. Ac., IBxes and lIalf Cliests. Al Valuu. All Goods ihave l,-ecn prsionally srelected ind 0oi.lnghit iln lth Lowes...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Railway Commissioners. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

The Balway Commissionrsr -. - t---4 'The Railway Colnumisoiocrs yesterday lpasase through Morwell, on a tear of itn -a pictien of the Gippsland lirse. They were aeot at toe Morwell Railway Station biy a large delmtation, who were intro .duced by Mr Groomn, M.L.A., and the re 1.irements of the reoidents were put he. foro them. The overhead bridge was first brought inider their notice, and the neces sity for it appeared to Ihe recognised, but the Conuiaessioners seem afraid to eoa etruct one at Morwell, as there would l'he so many other towns requiring the Psame However, they promised to give the mat ter careful consideratin. With regard to the gate they promised the matter would he well looked into, and a gatekeeper appointed if the Department considered it necessary. A shed for the butter is a part of the present schemlle of ilnprovemernt at the local station, and the proposal to tIild ?litatle rooms at Spencer streer, will be taid before Parliament. At HIazelwood a gate was pronmis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

Notices. MFCHANICS' HALL. 1MORWELL! THURSDAY, JUNE 7. Look out for the OIIGINAL QUEEN OF OPERA BOUFFE. MISS Emelie Melville. Pronnunced by the press and puhlc tile gre'atest srtist that has over visited Ann tralin. Now on her farewell tolr, sup ported by a carnfully solected comnpany of ladies and zentlermen, and atnnnn thorn the Prince of Baritone singers, Signor G. Verdi. EMIELTE IMELVILLE OPERATIC AND MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY. Arhtnisn?m: Front seats, Is ; Back, 2s. Cliildren, hallf-price. Ii. P. LYONS, Agent. IlE Cotmniiree of the late Sale of Gifts in connection with Preshlv terian Church Ig to return their sincere thanks to the ladies and gcnt'emon through whose r inividnal and collective oexrtions the Salo of Gifts proved so suc cessful. W. McConyn, lion. Sec NOTICE. A L. stiock trespassin" on the parddock known as Porter's ridge paddock will he imnpourded after this dtteo. T. BILES. list May, 1888. ILES. NOTICE. 2rW Geale begs to inform tile inhlabi e tpants of loolarao and su...

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YINNAR MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

T'INNAR HEMS. By Possou .IACarY, -o " Alas for the rarity Of Christian charity, Under the suit." It is a moot point after all, thinks I, after listening to the respective merits of the choice parts of a porcine beauty, fresh killed and hung up on that off day--Sun day, Sonme may chnose:the brisket, some the Hane, hot rboth go well together my way of thinking. Soothed , by the appe tising anticipations of my very modest dinner waiting uncooked at my ten:. which aty meditation hod awakened within me. I conunenced to quicken my steps, as I hethink it is getting past noon, and my billy is unb .ilod. Unconsciously I fell intoconsidering whether thenre is not more pleasure inl the anticipation, than in the possession of a desired object; I was fast coming to a conclusion, that the possession of lmy dinner was most desirable, when, bang! and .lhear the ping. and the sud den sharp,tlind, as a Martini-Henry ball whizzed past to imbed itself in a soft guin tree. Alth! thinks I. Bless tme! hav...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

Jnnl English reports having held a vlrv succesesfull clearing sanle for Mr. . . (~l.e Cattle sold to L5 12s Gd : horses to LI5 : and Iotter prices for machinery, furrnit, e. vehlicles and sundries have never been re alised in the district. liemremhr ]elearing sale on Thursdanv next at Wilderness Creek, for Mrs. Wi: hel:.-J. English, Auctioneer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

VIC'TORIAN RAIIWAYS. SEPAlliTE TENDERS are invlited fr the Erectiot of g?lit sheds and plat fotrmn at Coalvil. Narreana. and Warring tall. on the [oe and ar?lracan line. Par tiuelars at the Entincer.-in-chieft' Oicle. Spencer street. andt at Warragui. ltoe. andi Sale atations. Preliminary deposit in eacht cas-. 4:10. 'I'ende. nccolmptanied by the necessary lirelilnitry hdeposit. andendorsed " Tooender for ci.s sthai. he. (as the case may Ie) muot 1n. dpsited in the T hender lto,. Sec. ittarv' Otliee. Speller street. Melblutrle. at t.r hefore Twelve o'clock noon of Mltlnay. 2Ist May. Na teodier will necessarily be accepted. ly ornter of th wnmm?sion.ers. P. P.LAIlEiit'roucIiE. Secretary for Railvays *VICTORIAN TRAILWAYS. SEPARATE TENDERS are invited for -, the ludttermentioned workt etc. Tetiersit. aeeonlmpanied by the necessary prelimtinary decpoit.t and etntldred " Tender for- -.-" " (l the case may be,) must detositedt in the Tender-box, Secretary.s Office. Spencer street. lMelbou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

- · Hotel Notices M..X+ORWELL, FAMIILY -OTE L. ý."_ . I . W M U doch, t(LAkT 01' THE tOltIOK"ETEISi hOTEL..) W uitoitorui hitnuuaritiua Frintaud illt~hu 1'ultlic Unuiallrly, that hae hat l'rchltie I t.tl' abgus.w.I-knowu. Iloteit anti bat. tntrauglily IRtannvaand ati InvIv Fir @aiabbd it Throughiut. Ilniiitv fTsardir-UiRST-CAASS AOCOI\IMMOATItJ\ £tiS Tianutiubo - Wisitor., anti UtJiTa. y.lfltST'CLASSAIACOCK'S 'tI IllTO1II) TA It i ';VI1iiM AND) SI'I;EttS OF TIlE lBEST' lti ltlATt tiLE ItIUtiN.S. HIOItSVS AND) ItI!tt UItt Ot It I E:. (.IRASSi.PAIITIIJCKS FOIR CUS'I'tMEIRS' IItSIS tItNT. BTAtLIL1`iG ANDI nV1V:ll.il'tY IltAt1I~t. THIS :SPACE NoT ý Pý\il) ])hl NT·OY tE MAX -hIAVE I' 1l' A .AI'.ttC'C:E. -CRICKETERS' A IMU3S HOTEL, SII G t 'W E L L Henry 1)reCel, Prop~rietol7, A~d\G jatl 1nrrtansued this Eiatusi Intel, Whio l fu r tntfitit comfort Iand nn r tllt ttes tu l ; S lyattori, niil Rod lnt o uilitnhg;,'uuuaw llet To keutl, tintstohtr~il Prinks an I the very Il+i; Table. My servna...

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MOE [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 June 1888

MOE (From our own Correspondent.) A strongly representative meeting of the inhabitants along the Moe to Walhalla tramway route took place at the Mechanics'   Hall, Moe, on Saturday last. The Moondarra residents were well re presented. Resolutions were arrived at to urge the Government to construct the line as early as possible. There are 23 men at present engaged in draining the Moe swamp. Now that the work has been commenced a little agitation may be the means of hav- ing the work completed without ,any fur ther delay.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

A land hoard was heli en M?onalay last at the T'raralgon Court house by M[r D. J. Lane, of the Landl Department, Melbourne and Mr T. A. D..aea., Lanid-ollicer, Sleo. The following applications wre dealt with. Biudg'reco.-Allotment D, 320a., Jaitues Adamson and Angsl Cummling recoml men had for one-hal each. Allot. E, 65a. Bridget Walsh reconmmended. Jeeraling-Allot. 50, 320a, Angus leaton recomumended for one half. ,lmbhnk-Allot. 21, IO910a, Wirn. T. Wal lace recomrnmelcled for 590a, andl Helen M'Bratney for 320a. Nomnbruk-Allot. 40. 800a. Lingi Tseppi recronnmended 0l0a and Peter lueppi 400a. Loy Yang.-Part 59, John F. oggole recoumlended 30 ; allot. 47, 340d. Charles Dun1rgoy recormmended. Tangil Iarst.-Allot. 79, Peter Dermondy O59a, rcmlmendled ; allotment 78. lichanrd Doermondlv recomnrerllied 600a : allotment 7i5, Jarn Canty, recronlen el:l 850a1 ; allot 80, Patrick .Maloney, recommended 5i)lta. Blool Boolt.--Allot. 113, Patrick Der mondy recomendled Sd29a. Iloseldle.-C. CJllo...

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THE CAUSE OF TYPHOID FEVER BEWARE OF THE FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

TIHE CAUSE (Fr 'rP IoI) FEWlER IIE\AIRE OF TIlE FOWLS. A short time ago a report was oo l o of a seriots outhrtlk of diphtltheria in the township of LiTutons, near \lnrtan., four in one family teing attnaekle with fatal result Dr. E. J. Bird. the health oflicer for the district, residing at Northcote, was ablsent from his pra.tice at the time and Dr Wilkinson reported in relst to the Contral irtiard of Ilealth that Ith hald made all in quirieu and conl liln no caulst for the oiilhiretek. Upon Dr Bird's return a report was tppl id for, and this has notw Iuen re ceivod by Itho Central onnld. Dr Bird states that trotl inquirioes mntin by his assistant Dr Wilkinson Ito learned that aoltot three mionths ago a ntllntler of Ihl hlaUse?holtder's fowls died froml affection of the throat, and that upon having opening tholarynx after loath Ito fiound a iistitlict metllmbrant cover ing the tImticoniiUs membraneIto and of throat and larynx. Furtlher the people sweoro in the habit oftdrinking wat...

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TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

TRAIIA LWON. The Railway Comtnniseirners passed through TraIrlgns, last week aon theirannual tour of intaneetin alosng the G(ipplsland lines. On arrival. Mr. lPterkin addressed 3Mr. Speight anll tirst preferred the request that in the erectioa of the new- station, the Ipns senger plat form should he placed on the same side as the gHlds. and on the side nearest the town. lIe pointed out the great risk twhich pa-sengers ran iln crossing tihe litle. Mr. Spcight replied that their experience was this--thant whichever side the platrfrm were oil it was inconvellient ; if one suited the passengers-it did not suit the goods, andl vice veu?sa. 31r. Peturkiu : Then give us some means of safe crossing. \Mr. Speigat : We ae going to re-constrnct the station entirely. and makle it a junction passenger station, and we propose to put n tommurnnication with tle platform either under r over the rails. I think you will tfind the stationa we isltedl to put up Will meet your rcquiremlents. Mr. l.awrarl...

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SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

SALE. The Commiosioners of Railways arrived at Sale by special train on Monday3 evening last. TIhe party consisted of M.Iestr Speight Greene and Ford, commissioners otf Railways MIr Lunt. engineer of existing lines; Mr Francis, general traffie manager;r ; Ir ey nolds, secretary to the coimmissitoners; antd .Mr O'Connor. district trallic mancger. In the evening a deputation from tile Borough Council, consisting of thie mayor and Crs Finegan and Drew, waited on them relative to several matters concerning the working of the railways. The mayor, after introducing the deputat ion, said the tirst matter they had to bring under notice waos in reference to runnintlthe Traralgon and Stratford train to Sale. What they wanted waS to have Ite t train now run ining from Tarralgoa to Stratford to come on to Sale. Crs F'inegan and Drew als? spoke, and pointed out that people residine at Glen maggie. Toongabbie, and other places on that line were unable to visit Sale and return o0 the same daoy. If...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY.) SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

v jortux1[ i'oit ýuut&r.' VrOX POP ULT. PUBItLISIIEI) EVERY SATURDAY.) SAT''URI)AY, JUNE 9, 1888. FoourT.Lt..-Thle following players will represent Morwell in a smatch to-day on the Show gronild, against Thorplale -Crniumiis. D)onaldson, lHenry, ltarnett Cavanagh, Sultren, )M'Crory. Francis. Ilonghtnr. .Jloes (2), Vary, O'Gorman, .1. O'Connor, Campbell, .3L'Kliskill, A. Brown, Keegan, McMillan, 11. Porter. lEmnerientces :-\V. 'Irominf, 11. Nind, tesell, Steuwart. Players are reguested to be on the ground at 1.:0 sharp. 'Tut live stock agents in Melbourne, (says the Argus) after discussing the question of the inability of the Railway department to supply suflicient trucks for the supply of cattle, &e., have de cided on holding a second market day. Tuesday has been chosen for this pur pose, and cattle will be conveyed by the Railway department to the market on the previous Fridays and Saturdays. Cattle sales will be conducted as usual on Wednesday, and for this market ...

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THE EXHIBITION "KIOSK." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 June 1888

THE EXHIBITION " XIOSK." --o N'elholrno is at its old centralisation game again. llnt there is a fitness in it this time, as the latest develo, nent of its seltishness is associated with the fortlhcoon ing Exhibition. It seemns that Messrs. Gordon and Gotch, Limited, of Mellborne -a company which Oacts as agent for all the provincial and intercolonial papers applied about eight months ago for per mission to erect a " kiosk" in the Exhlibi tion, for the display and sale of news. palpers, foreigo, intercolonial, and Vic torian, and other literature. The idea was not palatable to the Comntiissioness, on the assumed ground that only foreign journals were to be in the design. Mossrs. Gordon and Gotch, Limited, pointed out that this was a mistake, as it had no idea of reduc ing the " kiosk" to such small or foreign dimensions. Whereupon the company was told that it could apply later on, when its proposal would be considered. It did ap ply later on, and was told that its appli cation couhl...

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