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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

. Topics. of the Week. * A Sucoospor.'" STUDENT.-- r. .Albert Edwards, who has for the past 12 nlonths becel kuown amongst ns lay reader to St. rltry's Church of tnttnmln; ha% we ore glnd to note, receirved lotifflation that bwnos olo of four successful students who were entitled to a free courne of study at Trinity College. 'The Iloe. John Walker will to.morrow ttreach in his sterd in Muoywell, and Mir. -rutncl at YlInnur. A LUoicY.EscAnr.-On Tuesday evening last the attention "of several \vas arrested by the continuous whlstling of a cattle train approaching J3orwell station fmnt the ridge cltting. The cause was soon discovered to he that only one of the gates it the level crossing was open, while a young girl was endeavouring, against a very strong wind, to pull the other into position. With a courage worthy of the lhighest praisethe little heroine stuck to her post, and had nearly finished her task when the train dashed past, bending the iron stays and disfiguring thle woodwork....

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Smothered by Gas. THREE LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

SmEotheredl by GCas,. -o_ TIIREE. LIVES LOST; A terrible gae fatality, anost identical in nature. with the recont tragedy at Malvern, took placo on Tlhursday last at a ýbuardig Ihouse iR.' k'Beckett 'street occupied by Wasounin neiianied: Stafford. The victims wodre Jamhes Stafford, 22 . years of age, the eldest.Lson of the pro prietress. and two other young inca named, ,illianm Gray and W illiamr ,itzmaiiriee, who occupied the sane boil rooin. It appears that after taking piirt: iii the trades procession at tihe openiuag?. of thie -Exhibition the; three young-mnet reiuired'limomie ishdrtly 'before oleiec _ o'clok'in todd'evening. Gray andFi maurice went ta bed almost iomemditely and Stafford follated about an-,our ahl l a-h all hater;. -II the morning they were called by another lodger, named Georgoe Sphiks; who was horrifiled o opoaitg the door to fild tho room full of gas, and the occupants lifeless in their beds. Thoe neirest.'pbysicin, Dr. Rose, was called'. in, lut fouind that...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

Oilds andl E?tis. --0 Sonimec peolplo estimate the abiliity of a periodical and the talent of his editors by tlh quantity of original matter. It is conu parativelyuneasy task for a frothy writer to stringn:.tii column of words ipoi ainy and all subjects. Hlis ideas niy flow in one weak,washy everlasting flood, and thle command of his langOage may enable him to string them together like bunches of onions, and yet his paper may be but a meagre and poor concern. Indeed, the more writing part of editing a paper is but a amall portion ofttheo work. The care, thI tilme employed in selecting, is far more iltportantt,the fact of a good editor, is bItter:shitowni his sodlectitinis ?thin any-' thing else iand that, we kn~rw, isl hul the bttle. But we have said'an editor ought to Ihe estimated, his labour understood and tppreciated, by the general conduct of hist paper-its tone, its, uniform, consistont corer.:, aims, manliness, diginity; and its propriety. Ono thing which puhlishers or newela...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Mr. Dow on Farming Prospects. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

MIr. IDow on Fairxinin Prospects. .o Mlolhourno Iha aeurted herself as the meotroplolis iof thu Snu;tllern li Heiisliie:u. Thlose were tlia ordn of ? thie M"inister Ef Lands in timhe Legislative Assmbly re cently. Mr. Dow thinks there io a great futuro in store for Melbourne, which tahnds in tile ame relation to Australia as London does to England, Paris to France, New York to America. But tthe cry ias been "Pity the poor farliers; they are sllfuring ; they are, in the northern dis tricts, on the verge of insolvency; tuhe prosplrity of the-city lha 0lue:l gained at the expense of the country." This view wtas controverted by 3Mr. Dow, wh, claitined that thd influx of loipulationh into Melboiurne hat not been so muelc front the counlltry as front thle ,adjacenlt colonies; nd labroad. "The great tlickbone of ngrieil ture," said the tlinipter, is. i ia vOry -,Ltit fauctory coalition, with a ptiurmliialeit and prosperous yeoniory settle?tl' on thl .innd. W\\'lea -gowing hli bbeei fonnlll...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Rejection of Callignee Tramways. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

leItlon of Call i24icc E!rM3LlL:6sa A n imp rozrla'eein gi of the Cefliru~ee. 1flLI Tr I~nyL:neW- eall on.i Friilauy lust m t e l li lie!,we there wn pre~sen t n Inrg I and rnpsentatl~ir v mnr~cr of tnetlllerss, In th~e "naril %olllu Iltbsence of the. chair- 'ntn (Mr. 13 rlvonuh),. Mr. W~illiami Lbuffio wax viol to the chair. Ananinmated dli?eo ion took plaice on twi latlols Iprhlnae of the tranltwaty question an r'.nlined in thI. r port of !lr. Field, Gocv. ernlllent sorveoor. andl all were agreedl thol a I:neof t?aloway which only reached 11 mih.a frrom Trarnigan wold lhe of no." benei:tit to the district, or any other, as it w,,,ld termlin te tozi at soanI-Ibill where nao h.hly lives, anl it wontll nit reeoiv anor frrilhtl for lore than half the year an.d • laal havl to lii. ile., or wear itse'f out tryoin n to In iotlillig tile other half. A. feel lng of inaligaation against the Railway Iht.laa:'irnent for the obstructions tlhey havie. thrown in the way ofi the line pnronded thi...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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North Gippsland Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

Society, A cemomittee metingla of the above Society was heldat the Society'srenms, Foster Street on Tueslay afternoaoo. The presIdent (Mr. II. M'Farlane) occupies the chair, and there were pireset, Meters Coelson, Napper. O'Nail, Tr?lonr. Little, Thmjieone, Kelly, Blorthwick, Sands. Laighorne, and llenltebury. Mil.l O'NIAL AD Tl Tlt TAVItLIl.NG DAIRY 1before entering onl the ordinary Iluinesis, 31r.W.O'ifNal said lie desired to call attention to ni atrticle whlich appeared inl a loeal paper, referring to himself and the Society genorally. At the last meeting a question arnse about snpplying a plant for the. travelilg dairy. lie wohld not deny that Ie fook n deter mined stand against it on that occasion Ite twa now nll a better. Ipoition to sllow them why le tooik that starid. .lae funlld that at a meeting of the National Agricultural Scetatty, it was proposed to spend £800 for the purpsle of pItting lp a nbuilding to .x hitt' the machinery. They applied tio Mr. Doew for part of this...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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How we beat Trafalgar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

'th fThiliaing lines~ 'e re eons ned *hy nuietwViii' sign himselii lf 'Thu ishadowl . of. Aii inlstevcayiGordion.' U saeels to he imprissediC withithe itles:e thati the lirst behind, kicked hly!Donldln," shonld hlve beiecn given a gol! We?'lo int feel dis plos?d to gi.e our opiun ie?~a the 'decision lif thie unijio i4 lilalteralllo hut fIr fear if dis-eni rai hg o lr lo;t l poet. Will give .the le ublic lie leseli st fhis. Iculised SHow we heat the Favoorite.' This is how lie warbles.: Trafalgar arrrived, at, our form was riconnive'l it; :Tliougfli l1rown as assuredithat we'd jlust '4 atiouitwin:? ? , :We'll tlake nsile deofeating, we haven't' 6:: been lbeaten tr : .,..:`" a · . ,: r Thisi asasn ,'. Take courage,7 he: said, a..'"and !go]n."i. TIhe- ire now on 'the groine in wind andi ? u-lih hsolinr d,l' : t : . Forl a scontry teinii ine there' is beller Thenl Florwvard" wie shouotted :the leather ,iseir r.a i'quit it'eseoted th?e salif is?eshy I stirt thiesl For storsy wiit Billy ?...

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Trafalgar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

(Fron or. owon Correasplondent.) I?I must conunl; 'coC ny letter this wouk in thoe Iesal Gippsland styleo by having" a growl at the weather. But it is' really most prevoking, after a wee k of bitterly cold weatheri a glo0a!u of.soounohioe cuien that induced Is to holiove that w o would enjoy its wuavlth for at luvst 0 Cow dapy l,tit it lid not: it is rtihinii s nw in aO drizziing way with no Ihpll of c?earin, uip for o few days yet. The first edition of oairdeobatingo sneit"y' noigatzin e wos renil thie oth.er veint , whichl proved to be lmoatost i ltoresti. Solme twlve papers were read. of whichl the three followintg oenked the grStaest aolllolit o intelrest, "l'lTe old dliin_ days" the factls sllplieI Ihly M.r. J. EvatI,, juntr..;nd J1. FI. M. IHa lloarrst ,pat lma togetlher; it letalt principally with lhe Ballarat Htiots. Mlr.. Munro cortrihutedi ai tale, swhiclh' i tio be contiteil in the o.ct clition. .1r. C. E vans' paper on " Local Golernlment" crLtte the greatest tiuiottI of...

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Peace, Progress, and Prosperity. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

ll'ace, Pirofrt.', allnd Prosperity. [From the " Land and Property Record."] Too Centennial Celebration, which i: inaugullratedl to-lday with becoming echllt Imarks a nientorablu epoch in the annals of Australian history. Apart front Vic torie's Irecocinnos youth, and her singtt lariy r?pild developmoent and aldiancemltent, it is muoat upropu? that. slte slhoold be the. centre of tle natitonal centennial rejoicing on this llarticelar occasion, for thel glow ing tinancial satistnent, ahnost sarmn front the lips of the Treasurer, now. in circula tion among the people, demonstrates tmost snmistakeahly the genlineness, the thln roughness, anil the vitality of the eolonv's present state of unparalleled prosperity. "TThere has scarcely ever been a case be fore," reniarked Mr. tillies, in delliv.erinx his budget speech, " when a Treslorer lh smet Parlianenlt, that. lie has been able to inform the hloust that the finances were in soelha'gnoudl position, and hlas lhnen able li tall thlem'tha...

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The Farmers' Protection Society. LECTURE BY MR G. DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

The Farmners' Prutcction Soci.ety. ------- LECTUI:E BY M31 G. DAVIS. Mr. G. Davis delivered a lecture in tihe Temperance flill. n Tuesday evening on the." Funnerst' ProItction Ass'ciati;in," of which body Iu is vice-president. ''lThil e tlru was inder I?e aiuspices of thile Nrtih Gippshlnd Agriciltural and Pastoral Society and.their president (.Mr. Ii. Maiufrlane) occupied tile chair. Unfortlnately, the weather was very incloelenlt, and prevented numbers froli attending, particularly those residing ill the surrounding dlistrict, and to wholll tlhe lecture would have proved ex ceptionally interesting lnd inmportant; and owing to the fnut aboLu mentioned, only about 40 per-olns put in U appearance. Mr G. Davis, on coming forw?irdl was very well received, anld t once proceelled to explain the con-stitution and thle objects of the association. lie said the Farmters' Protection Association wits i 'very ini portant organisiation, which held perioilicil imeetings at Mulbourne to discuss th...

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Farmers and Science. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

SFarmers and Scieuce It isr too often tihe ctutoom witl farmers t euxpress cntemntpt. frscienrce in its ippli ctitiint to agriculture., Tiney have farmneid all, their lives,'its, perhaps: also, Ihavo' their fIatliers before them ; so thit they clain' to be practical lmen', which, they contend is worth moird thani all tlh botk-learningoof the scientist.:-: But in many itistances these ' practical'' men are so intensely practical that they require to slhut one eye and qinlt. ai't the tiose oei their face before th?vcan hl!iue tley have', one, instead of" bring.ig 'a little comnmon .sense to blear lun; llaking allodwairco for contin= geocius. The objectoers to scientific agri cnltlire forge. !th t science is tll most.prac tieal thing in the vworld :It has ben said of clheniietry-the scienceb most intimately connecteld with. agricuitutre, and of the greatest importance to it-" Itosteal of its beitngsimply an omaination from the Iraini of man, it is an outgrowth of innumerable test exper...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

Funeral Notices. FUNERAL NOTICE.         THE Friends of Thomas Power are respectfully invited to follow the re-   mains of his late beloved youngest daughter, Ellen, to the place of interment, the Hazel- wood Cemetery. The funeral cortege will leave her parent's residence to-day at 2   o'clock p.m.     WILLIAM TULLOCH,       Undertaker, Morwell. FUNERAL NOTICE.   THE FRIENDS of Mrs David Williams,   Driffield, are, respectfully informed       that the remains of her second youngest child, David Overton, will be interred in the Hazelwood General Cemetery. The funeral cortege will leave her residence at Driffield, on Sunday, the 5th inst., at 1 o'clock p.m. WILLIAMI TULLOCH, Undertaker, Morwell.           &nb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

Business Addsosses. NEW BAKERY. 1REST'AURANT ANI' GENERAL STOlE. Mrs R.B O'F1aherty l)esires ton. irke knownr to the public of lnorwell ind Surroulidng' idistrict, that dhe has engigedt the services of'a first class anker, and she is now preparerl'to supply' Iread 'of thel Best' Qiulity, at reasonable. rates, BREAD (4I1i Loaf) at Eirst.-clas: flour (fine roller) 22o . id. per Good Seedl Potatoes. :. ' Priie corned eid. ,Families waited on for orders : J. O'giGrdy Co. IOTTEI, AND : ONEY BRlOKERS, !: on~iy to Lend on lceuehold.and Freehold O-UR MRi PElRSON having a tlho y, roughl kuowvlcdlgo, of, the old and nowl Land Act, clients can dlepend on hav ing their liisvinees done with prormtness and dislpatcih. . : PEAUlSON, MANAGER. N.B.--lMembers of the Victorian Victual ers Brokers' Association. 'B. I. DEVERIX, Housepainter, tPalperhang er, Sign-writer, . Grainer, &. Orders IProiu ?tly:, ttiended to, 1V orkmanshiifiiiind'taterials Guamrn Address-- osT Or"FICE,,ioanq WL,. M is.- ...

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The Giant Family. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

IThe Giant ia1illy. S -o- From the," Devong and Exeter Daily Gazette"'we glean tidings of the move ients .aof Mr. William SLnll, of Bunyip, who is now surprising the uld world withl some specimens frnn, tlhe ow :- AmLtongst. the passengers by the P. situl O. Company's. steamslip Oceans, which arrived at Ply month ruoently, was a family of Dn vonian origin, who have liecome widely' known in Australia, owing to tihe enormoous, dlimensions of three of the children. The parents are Exeter people~ anad are well known in the city. The father, M.r. Thids. Snell, was formerly in business as a baker~ and lie married Miss Elizabeth Snell, the. dlaughter of Mr. George Snell, who carried on the business of a baker in Milk street, Somewhere about sixteen years ago, Mr. andt Mrs. Williams Siell emigrated to Aus tmleia, and took upi a iel?ctton at lhinyip, a township about 50 miles from Melbourrie. whore they carried so a 'faorm business. While in Victoria five children were bors. theem, and three...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Topics of the Week. THORPDALE POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS.— [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

Topics ,.of the Week ;rtli? :",It, il lirO I lelto taft+ ?4, :,'; , TttIIO PDALE POSTAL AlRnANlOCatNT. - -ehing thoI e1 plflusia L"ceatui'.t-ib'v- ther fact thit therl ta nbehhyi. two Thorptiles, .the post-utllte has:been removed from T'aiurp- . ,dalunt to the-Ralhway Statia ,- " . ,t I-; _WITH,-UUtl '1r+,,. ae ;sh st rilthe . proposed ompanly, " Jloh PeCte rkit nall Cmo. Limited." not having b.eea soulltieintly sub scribeld for, hits been withldrawni. A DArue.-lt is the int ltetiont of the lolaeilwaoli Fl tbalt tCl.lb to invitettiauir frintds itnthtla u tnlau'hll, UttlthlZir l ilue lIrtlc4 Met:lltaolq h Istltle ,Oil 11\iudeothty. 1tihI Agaslt.. Tlhi is truly a. goaul way, of...... witidtltgnix tile seasoin. .MUNxIcI pt. t.E EOcTIoc.-Mr. Gill s, in cauise next Thursdlay--theltday of hline annlal milndoilil blectlhoinalhtiunbo uvioeula1in id his bank: an dpnbhite-holiday-nrplliedo-.tha Ie ditjnleot ae.his way to comply with the `FooTOAt.L.-The folltoying tenm will re it~ ienc~t ore'h...

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The Boolarra to Mirboo South Trawway. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

The Boolarra' to lirboo South ITIit. . PUBLIC MEETING. On Friday week lanst iai'ell attended meeting of ratepayiers was held at thie Me chanics' Institute, Mirioo, to discuss railway. and" tramway business.. ,Mr. )Dodd ans iotled to the chair, and filled it in his usual happy style, and comneonced business byrasking all ipresent to give each speaker an impartial hearing, and discuss the several: matters brought'bd fore tnori caltiily, :ud in a gentlomanly lannier: . .Tiher first resolution was proplosel by Mr lJ. Carnichael aind sceollded bi Mr. Hollingworth :-1 Thht inasmuich an them ily break' in the, Strezleckie Ranges, from nortl to.soutli o'6coirs, iiimediately south of Boolarrai statioii, on'thlMe'irIoo inilivay, this meedcing. dlesires to nie nioirilisae the Conmnissioners of. Railways to maike a trial survey uji tlie :I~rwiell River Valley, froin IBoolarri?to' the head of' Clearnriver=ra triiutitiy'of tlie Tairwii -thence ' to connect 'with the Great Soitherin hline where it...

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Football. MORWELL V. TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

Foetbull. ' MOI1WELL V. TTAI ALGAil. THim TEAM. - Henry, 'Bmwn, O'Con'o?.t II. P. Nihl, bnaks; 'Trompf, 'MeKinskll,' McKellar, Crimmins, Jerry, Doltaldani, followig ; Earle and HIougnlhto,;' ilgt' wihig; r ruton nn4 Barnett, left .wing;' L'. Jonls aRn J. JonCsa, goal sneaks; Keegan, centre; McCrory, hlilt baek'; C. P. Nind, in goal. Another match inhas hon played andi atill we are able to' ay the orange and 'bno have not yet meot thiososawho catiti say t6 thenll 4 fTabliod.' 'If IMorwelluhtsiic ibliotw about nothing elso tlioy ednrainvaynr':filh baok;,when arguingwitha:rarivaltownio;' on tieo assortion, ,;' We cana boat you at football, any.. hiw.'. On Satiiurduya'h " Outr oy" oourrieied to 'raiflgar,."whare they phyowl the local tuati, The gaIme proved a idrrlw, and eoimit aay the Tra filgtr to uw are cc plncky a littlu Ilnil as it iha lieen the lot of Miorwell to nilet this SsaJelllls -llnnrn, their naptailn, cemelillen tihe qnllilifctions of a gould fontlhaller, anlld a jnlly fol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

Marriage, Lawrenson & Laidlaw. Marriage, Lawrenson, AND . 4 Laidlaw; CATTLE SALESMIEN, STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL. AND GENE1AL COMMISSION AGENTS. 4ýSVALETiFS .&c- d ' t ° LST of-Periodical Stock Sales: 3Tmm i On altenate Mon days. Toonpgah bbe.On `ost Wednesday0 each month".. :J1 glengarry.-0 n second ~ Thursday -each month. -lirboo.-On second Wednesday-,' each month,. • !. - ' . - s , 1 ' ? .[ Narraean.- Os first Wedntda coash month. Yinnar.-On ithird. Thursday : each month. Trafalgar.-Quarterly, per advertisemehtr IfOOSE SALETmralgpn. 'last Thursday each .,o , 1ma SA -month.ra -;ls e .',: ; PDODVCE SALE, Tral'on, every Saturday, S< :· : p.m.-.: r Offices a'.rr alngoti Mordb ll:;waI Auctioncers,,,i :,. C lr J, D: LASi w and 'R' L. Las?RE~so?'e TRARALGON, MONDAY, AUGUST 6. M rARRIRAGE; LAWvRENSON r&' LAID. M'' LAW will sell at their yards S100 Steers and licifers, Ito 2.yeari-,,:.j,,1?, S200 Sltllion bred ?idslia4'iill in Al ordcr, good colors, and i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

3Hotel Notl i:MUJRDOCH'S OTEL - i,.i - : ., ,: ;. :. 31 MORWELL " ýtIU.RDOCH : wishes to inform his no s friends and the publid ' cn ll' that r ho 'l: Reobuilt and Refurnished ll-known Hostelry,' where friends, visitors, and others will find Accommoda second. to nonoe,in Gipps ; Bath Billianlrds Etc. : . ' I'or BeBsauduggieson s ood Grass Paddocks, Stabl ing ility Gratis, .. ....: WM. DOCOH, Proprietor. CRICKETEJIS' AR HOTEL. IEAVING taken the pomession of the above first-class I, trusts to receive tlihe M : i f o *Basis Ipport a ccorded to l tp ori r. ,S E LE C T q :S - I 4 1 . S O T E L, EVERYX Attantion Paul to tlo require ients of VIS RS and Otlers. WINES, ALES, AND SPIRITS OF THE DESl UALITY, 'KEPT. THE CIlUB HOTEL, M WELL. .Edmond Kelleher, Prop etor. S ; . . I 0 0 N 0 R T H. JH A I t tLLIAMS begs to isinformni the Inhabitants of Mirboo dis'trict, tht h0 * ' 'oLeicd a'GENERAL"STORE AT MIHOIO lTH. roceries Isonmorigery, Crockery, Drapery,'Boota and Shoes, supplied at LO.WE E IC...

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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1888. THE CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 August 1888

THE SATURDAY, . AUGUST 4, 1888. THE CENTENNIAL EXH IBITION., Few of us pause to think as from day to day Providence metes out to us our lot, of the land we live in, or of how, in scarcely more than a lifetime, civilization, with giant strides, has converted the primimval forest, the home of the dusky savage and the wild beast, into the brightest star in England's diadem--our Southern Home. It is scarcely realizable that John Pascoe Fawkner, of Laun. ceston, Tasmania, only 53 years ago on the 30th of this month, muoored the schooner Enterprise to sime 'trees on the baniks of the Yarra, about where it is now spantied by a bridge, whichi tells f 50 years of peace, plenty, and pro gross. When Major Mitchell, the Sur- 1 eeyor-General of New South Wales, ah }ear later, made an expedition down the is LMurray Biver, by way of Mount Mace t don and Mount Alexander (now Casthle maine), he little dreamt that. his route v lay through ivhat was to cause hardly men to leave their homes across the ...

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