ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Morwell Advertiser Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 130,876 items from Morwell Advertiser, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
130,876 results
Views of Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

. Views of Candidates. - STheroere 281 dcanlidatese n tho field for the 95 seats in the Legislative Assembly for whichshme?nbera are to.beeliicted during the approaching contest. Appended is a sum mary of the viei held by candidates upon the more prominent political questions of the hour. A ! wondorful unanimity; p'revails amongst the aspirapts for legislative honosa no to the: desirabllityof securng, federation and titccolbnial fro:etrnde; Isiperiil feder.a tion 's regared by the great bulk of the cantdi dates as a "drcams" ,Not a single candidate has declared himself against, protection, and a beggarly half-dozen havi'thoe couirage to state that they ti??fiee traders by conviction and even these dcclare tlhat they accept pro. tection as thie,. settlcd policy of the country. .Upon some of the critical' lestiios still to be settled, as for .instance the stock tax, the local option, many of the candidaites have omitted to1 definitely express their views, which necessarily- makes this...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Morwell Brown Coal. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

S.The orwiellBrown Coal. -Moreithin' nine years have elapsed since 'Mrd"Godricke;'an old Ballarat gold digger, first prospected a seaim of coal exposed on the north bank of the' Latrobe River, at a point some six miles from the local railway station. He put in several tunnels and :also sank at least half a dozen shafts, and at each point proved the continuance of the deposit, the thickness of which has not even to this day been fully ascertained. 'Mr. Godricke from time to time endeavored to induce capitalists tojoin him in develop ing the deposit, but without success. One of the chief reasons why no one cared to 'speculate in the mine was owsing to one or two eiperts having pronounced the deposit tot' hbe' lignite.." AMr. Godricke, however, never for an instant lost faith; but waited patiently until something wotild turn up tid give an: impetus to coal' prospecting in the district:'No assistance was rendered by :the'Minino'departiment, whiclih even to this 'hour is apparently disin...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. MASON'S CANDIDATURE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

MR. MASON'S CANDIDATURE. TO THE. EDITOR. SRIn-Kindly -allow me space in year columns for the following :-I swent down to Mr, Mason's meeting at the Mechanics' Institute the other evening, and expected to hear his political views. In commenc ing, after being introduced hy the chair man, he said he had come before us again, and would proceed to give nos his political views: Well, I waited very patiently until after 9 o'clock, and I did not hear anv thing but a tirade of abuse against the Traralgen . Farmers' Association, and pointedly to Mr. Drafin, who is an entire stranger to ume. He (Mr. Mason) calling them great little busyhodies, etc. I think, Mr. Editor, that Mr. Mason can afford to be genorous on this particular occasion, as his seat is pretty well sure to hhn. These little animosities at election times should be put on one side ; but that is a thing Mr. Mason can't do. At the last election It was the sante thing against Groom, and thiat is what dofoeated hit. If we had a good ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Trip to Bairnsdale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

A Trip to Bairusdale... (NY THE TRAVELLER.) I arrived in Bairnsdale (already famous as a holiday resort) from Melbourne at about 4 o'clock on the afternoon of Feb ruary, the 25thi, after a very monotonous journey, by ail, of eight hoursn. Froin reports I had expected to find, a very reasonable town indeed, but,. when 1, stepped forth from the train, I was dazed, bewildered,. dumbfounded.; ify w'ildest expectations' had been surpassed. At the rmost I had exp{eted to. find'a town such as Traralgonl'or 'Warragul. Hadl I. pictured in my mind.a seconid Ballarat I would have been much nearer the m~rk. -I certainly nevrerexpected to find such a large and thriving:townsliip, "so far away among the .dim and distant hills of Gippsland."' As I 'tood ?nd gazed around I could not. help but ad mire the beauty .and grandeur of my surroundings; the beautifully picturesque and fertile country as shown by thei numerous magnificent hop-fields in prdximity to the toswn. The noble look ing and stately b...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Allan McLean on the Stock Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

Mr. Allan McLean on the Stock Tax- We extract fronm the GIPPSLAoND MeIn ovar the following zerdarks made by Mr. Allan McLean, speaking at Mafira, with reference to the Stock Tax : Mr. McLean saidl he was sorry that the Govermnent still inltended to oppose the extension of protection to the farmers. (Cheer+.) Hle was sorry to see that Mr. Gillies had sild that tile stock tax wolnd not be a benefit to the farmers, but only to the large graziers, and Mtir. Patterson had on the previous eveninag t Castlernaino denied that any assistance given to the graziers would have the effect of providing in creased labor for the people. Mr. Patter son had said that if the Stock Tax did not add to the employment of labor it annst stand condemned, anil had also asked "Wha'nt stock does the farmer send to market as compared with the grazier ? Not one fat beast in a hundred. Yet the whole community are to be taxed three times a day ?" Svoice : Whlat are your own views on tho Stock Tax ? He would give t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

S IELBOUIrNE. . Mr. William lecllwriek (lat 3 M'Cdwt" 1lelwrick, ansd Cd.) report., March 20:-j Clheese.-Thie market to-day was firemH t about late rates. Good dairies ranged from 5d to Gd per ib; medium, 3d to .lid; three specital lines realised 7d, 7&d, Sand 9td. IPotted. Bltter.- -)wsing to the contiltlntlac of the dry weather the market is is itited to irem to a limited extent. Prices to-doy for prime weekly potted ranged from is to Is 2jd, athd prime spring potted lUd to Is. Other lots rule iccording to quality; infe rior ias low as 2d. Fresh Blutter.-Owing to the cool wenthei, the mlttlmbr of dairies forward showed nis in crease, but wre hare to note thnttheqtuantity of must dairies is falling off, Ilost 'half pounds private dairies, Is 2d to is 11it1 Some special lines higher. Medium to good, lid to Is. Inferior, down to id. Eggs (regulary Isupply).-Good supply, and market crasier, Is 5d to ts l .d. P'oultry.-Turkeys, is to i9 per."patr; fowls, Is 9d to Os tid; dusks,...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Childers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

. Childet - -r jrl - (rnox 0t nowrs COREBaPO rDRT) The usual meeting of the.:MJ.A.;was held on the evening of the 9th..,; After the usual opening business had.been tranes acted, the chairman called on the re?edere for the evening, , they:being Meessrs., .. Dickinson, who. read "A poem ,by. a prisoner," anl P. Davies, who rend "O I why should the spirit of mortal be prmul P" Mr. Pl'rotr then read an essay on "IRe cresttion.". Thi essayist thoumglt this sub ject. deserved more consideration thanit gets by most people of the present day; for, Ihnonghlt the Australians are I ramn of pe'ople who are very fond of ircreation, they are apt to overdo it. withunt mrn~j derng .whether the 'furnt of alunu·mel?t they indulge in is injuriuns or otherwlise. TIh.. inclination for recreation is a .part of thu human naturere. ehartd alike hy. savag and civiliaut, and it does more for the character of the people than all the acts of Parliament that are passed, and with many - people more than all the ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTIONS. MR. GEACH AT THORPDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

THE' ELECTIONS.' MtL. GfACII AT THORPDALE. Mri F. Hi. '?neahddressed a large meet. sg 'of'electors in-the Mechancs' Institute. Thorpdale, last Saturday night. )Jr. J. G. Dumarcsq took the chair, and, alter a few introductory remarks, intreluced Mr. Geach to the electors. The candidate, who is a very youthful aspirant to Parliamentary honors. epoke with fire and energy and touched upon yail the questions of public interest at the present time, dwelling particularly upon the ?luoetlon of light railways which he, as a selector inGippsland, declared to be the most Imiportnt of all to Gipp lad. A condensed a'tort lothis' iddt'es is given. Mr. Geach said that he was extremely ileased.to see ladies present and accepted it as a:good augury, for was not their presence a sign that' they took an interest in him, and when the ladies went for him he considered tuecess inevitable. He would give the elec tors a full account of his views and would answer any questions asked him, as he thought th'e ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Open Column. A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

Opeji Colilnnl. A CORRECTION. TO TIEP EDITOR. SIn,-A word about ti,.her duties. In your last iusse you hitched the foregoing withl the stock tax as Mr. Geach's stlin hlinig block. Now, that gentloman has distinctly avowed himself as a supporter of rlutie? on hardwond for the encourage ment of our sawmill industry; but the stock tax hle regards as a mistake, and is plain on the point.-Yours, etc., AN AUSTRALIAN.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RE SELECTING CANDIDATE FOR PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

RE SELECTING CANDIDATE FOR PARLIAMENT. Resolution passed at the Calligneo Branch of the V.P.A. last Saturday afternoon re selecting candidate for Parliament: The following resolutlon was passed at the meeting, which practically settles the dispute as far as we are concerned, but still a feel. ingof soreness will remain; the men who have failed to get a solid vote on the local option ticket, being as a rule the moot en thustastic, and therefore the more hinsed. and blinded by prejudices, will think them selves the most hardly used, while as a matter of fact a proper understanding could be arrived at among members were it not for the cantankerous action of this small see. tion. Moved by Mr. Crisp, seconded by Mr. Casey, "That whereas both candidates who are seeking the suffrages of the electors in this constituency have plgeged themselves to support the farmers claims,' this branch declines to take any further action in the matter of selecting a candidate for Parlin ment, or the appoi...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

Public Notice.:: Manurer AVE COFIDENCE n recommed COHEMIGAL""ANURE Mnufactredi by them to all, agricnlturists :. i .. ,.\ i - ;eryValuable aniure? i gv. A trial; will certinly establish them in lasting favour as being superior to, any thing yet offered to farmers in the district. They will .be found suitable alike or. C ereiis or;Root Cro ls, . , INCLUDING -'. ,?! :,.. · ?; POTATOES, ._i, 7 .1 BEau ANS, &c., &., Or for FIIUIT"TPEES nandORCITHARDS, being especially prepared for each ! variety of crop, and in every Sinstance will give most . excellent.reaults.: S. ,For: full particulas. and pamphllet on thie sbj;t sbppl to c a . . JAS.FRY & Co I Limited., 1 .. ROBB'S' :BUILDINGS,... COLLINS?ST1REET;,`W:, MELBOURNE. Or tohE om n nt ch s. Any' of the Comiany'so Country. Braacles. Boots! . . B t...Boos !il !' WELL WISFElR cbgs t inford thb ' "hrilihabitntits of 3lorivelll nd surroetid in iidistrict1that having.'taken those pre 'mises'litelydccepied by E. -Williams...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOW PRIZES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

SHOW PRIZES. TO TIIR EDITOR. Sin.-How meln n a contemptible it is for people to olter prizes in money for the hoest this, that, and the other at these various shows. and for these same people to enter for their own prizes. knowing, at the samne time, that they are pretty sure of getting their rroney back again. I do have a good latgh to myself when I happen to hIear or see of osch an one being beaten. Another thing we-the people hero in this district-dlo not want :.cups and e.p. ware. etc., etc., valened at so-and-tiso much. We want cash prizes. WVe can buy our own cups, and empty them too wlhen necessary. By the way, these cops, etc., are valued at fromn (say) one to five gtlineas. I wonder how munch a person coult got for (say) a dozen five-guinea cups. (I venture to say that you would not get more titan half price.) No, Mr. Editor, we don not want cups nor o.p. ware, etc., etc. We want the cash so as we can have soinething for our troiule and ex pense in assisting to keep up thes...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

Marriage, Lawremson & Laid.lw. XARRIAGE, LAWRENSON, AND LAIDLAW, CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE. FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COMMIISSON AGENTS, " Valuations 'carefully made. Loans:on land negotiated. Stiok Sales held in all the :leading tentres. -Clearing Sales properly conducted. Properties fori salo in this and adjoining districts. =- - -OFFICES: -Traralgon and-Morwell." Auctioneers: J. D.-LAIDLw and IR L. LAWRa~SON. MORWELL. MONDAXY. MARCH 25. Mi ARRIAGE, LAWRENSON & LAID LAW will sell, at their yards, on the above date 50. peddles }IRLA1) 1:'.11 i 20 1)-yr-old steers 40 2 do do 25 2 do -heifers 20.dry cows FT -8 sprIngers " - . I 20 I-yr-bold hollers L Pl p-. Pgs'and horses - ` ' Clearin 'Sale. T"RO'TTING I AND BLOOD STOCK. , YEARLINGSB, andTWO-YEAR.OLDS,i ,2BI " Honesty,' "'tBocncico,": "Von 'Moltke, Ju 1J~isn r." and '. Primer II." Also, DAIRY' AND OTHER CATTLE.1' MORWELL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. M ARRIAGE, LAWRENSON. & LAID ".1 LAW (in conjunction with lMathce...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Morwell Advertiser SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1889. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

THE . SATURDAY, 1MARCU 23, 189. Topics of the Week. HELD OvER,- .Owing to pressure of lnto advertisements we are compelled to hold over much matter of interest. A LAST WORoD.-A word in your ear,, South Uippsland. Are fair pnrmises nid flat. turing words going .to. seduce' you from the. pathnof justice and fair donling I Bemem er that there is no question of a difference of opinion as regards the farmers' manifesto by which you can judge the respective merits of the two gladiators, Mason and 8iod grass, who have now entered the arena pre pared to fight to the bitter end, Mason has declared for the manifesto. So has Snod. grass. The only question 'upon which they disagree is that of the Education Act: Mason is a supporter of tihe net ast 'staiits at present. Snodgrass is not. IIe wbuld support the introduction of teaching fro'i the Bible. :Remember this and satisfy yourself that he does not favor a total, subversion of the Act before you record one single vote in his favor. Remember a...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Narracan Shire Council. FRIDAY, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

Na;rriican Shire Council. FRIDAY, MAnoci 15. Present - Crs. lIastlirpo (president), Powell, Robin.on, Howlett, IIampton, Stanton, and Geach. - COIRRESPOSDNOECC. Fromn Railway dnpartment, ncknowledg. inog receipt of letter asking for a copy of report on roads to railway stations on tile Narracan Valley lino.-Received. From secretary Trafalgar Progress Corn mIitte, drawing attenlii o to the desirability of repairing the gravelled road leading south fromn Trafalgar.-fngineer to attend. Frmn sacme, asking for a calvert and some draining opposite the railway gate on the north side of the line.-Mo.,tion. Fromo W. McC;elland and others, Darli murla, drawing attention to the dan gerons state of the bridge over Bair's Creek, also thei crossing over Corduroy Creek. Both works conld be executted at a cost of £5.-Engineer to at'end. Frann . .1. Cooper, Moe, asking for a progress Iaymment on his contract for gravel.-ltereiv'nl. From J. W. G. Mortimnr, stating that tie report of the engineer rega...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 March 1889

SBUSINESS , RECTORY [i. Jderetme1 nts . under ?' fleashad' w l, 1T' ,be inserted for 2.i 6d.: per qgerrter., DONALDSON, Merihant Thi' oldest, c ?eheapest, oad best,'CoLnmmi~il-rodl, ?IAVANAG: k ;HBARBEIj Chesp..C {. Store.. Drapers1Groeers, Ironmongers, e..; Commercial-road, Miorwdil'':'' . 1 EE KLLEHER, Olnb' Hotel,' Conimer " l?. a lroad. I or'rIell. 'Best ' brands kept Goo ?? tabllng? ':Coummerclal.road ' t .",+" inilst,iland', ltationer. :Agentf for all ng~l~izines and newspaphrs. :Every novelty eciunri. CemC.tanercial-road,Morwe.ll,,.,. -1 III TOIU?t, fiBlake?,iith, , ;Whcel. l. ,wrigtl, rChlramaker, &o., Commercial .read,' Morwell. , , ., O:'"ON' ENGLISH, 'Ae.toneer, Stoekand ta' Itaglo n :Apt, Statioa-street, Mrwell. Charges strietly moderate.' . " KATSN & CO.,: General Storekeeper: .' 'Comnerelal.rnad, Morwell. B':ots ad Shoes a speciality. SARlRIAG, LAWRENsoN C? LAID .,: LAW, Cattle lalesmen, Stock,'Estate, . Fianacial, and General Commisia Agents, Commoreia...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Morwell Advertiser SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1889. AFTER THE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 March 1889

THE ý,orxkedclCl f "r;strEý>czritSer; SATUIRDAY, MAltCR[ 30, 1889. AFTER TIlE' BATTLE. : '" The IIurly-Burly's' done, . And the.battlc's.lost nndt won." And despite tlhe vigorous oplposition manifested durin?igthp Kist few :weeks,' Mr. Mtason .has been tri.umplhantly ro turned at the head of the poll by a large majority, an mnajority of tro to nonea. ThiR?isj saflicient proof thiatthe electors of South Gipplsland are0 not altogether unmindful of the 'fact that Mr. Mason has rendered the constituincyv great and lasting services. The election ..tactics employed b: somet ofMr.. Snodgrass's supporters'and parhsansttwere nIot of the most creditable s'?rt, thounh We. must exonerate Mr. Snodgrass himself from any complicity in unfair dealing. We believe that the best man in eovcry in stance has been returned for the Gipps aind electorates. Messrs.. Groom, MaTson, Harris, McLe?ni and tFster for VWest Southl , entraln North and East Gilpspland respectively are, we think, the' riglht' men'...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STOCK TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 March 1889

T1IIK STOCK TAX. Thoe followinig list slhows tou -nurmber of inomber's reuInricd Iwho nrc int favor of, as tlii.;u ihn nr opposed to, ci liincrcase it the stock tax : For lncrense-33 Agninst TIICrecoo-flR Mt. Itoot Mr. Niinco M'Lnn RuLIssIll `c\V Co~llnrit Snmitht Xijkttn " Briock"; "-ath1: P'hillils GOatdinor Cirt mo Leoinarid 'Iavericer G ordon Cliooiinin Patterson M uliro Peancock A\:' Harrils Benle piiitCr "' l niirmirlc Macleann , Richndlson Masoni Keys A. Yocug Oflicer 'oll Williams Calvert Pecrin C. Youong Giilles Iniroii lenketii Jlrni t h Iko Best 'lunch eI Tucker Webb Clarke'lr ]lull Ailrews iuoo~lq Groom l'niiitt A riol tuiac ii ' horlu 1he3 D.1 Dail Vi' J; Carter~ Tolitor Stnigliiiiii C: Smith Ifi; '' )Thric Sir I 0 1 oglin !':' 'itltirt" ' Zoo' Mnountnin Femgus3ir Forrest *Durhamn -liMxon Blenneiitt Urenc hloilc ` / ` ] }} + Surroiwo ,.Stcmry' J. Ilarris J. Start f V. Anidersiin M~urrayy .13.tlcrmnyý Do~v G. Cartcr W. Maidden Levirn nI'Intyro

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 March 1889

A ,little thiug my h otplutectt3 ttwe1-at mn eh euretd emuit! W ltie hetulubtei eeutv the bib nbr;' icn.-'1t mould c;· : l'nttt Ii IC 1%'behviLCr. .It ntie, u Ctw' th leather tlieiiug bdoiitu tlcopa-c,: ;-y ,"i") . 1Thuwend thtit-the urnntrlVtI "t" gt~uto edguitwaye"wniltpnrbay bly r.nj t hnemu itu slhe ward+." nit reebee win rii ieet evfl: Ituo d nil thretgh the Int a loinot. oetnht thie 'iitrt eri t lnti. Anrid' h tail iliai utie-erlit ii ); jlirire5ie, itodiL i'+ fell' bI Illntrhtle tc ·' rtit o oler tcn if;Unttr tidii, to ltiuii. el. }!tiitv .utt .iee xj rteitee 'with stleep m.Oiel t iebot mt A trottie. cubtlinbotu"l to ihe rii"o e:nn c ne tgtl miieit rln Am en u l tg hnndd t o gr c i:o ut .twiei1it eIt rlnt...i Aui tlet roeiihijtitej .bat t he' rope ight I I*",rtoil ijieh' tilcieubro Ati- hliinli peut iitl . At,, bt ttue',lil 1Ie, ied tLhnt tb'6 ToI)..ml/kbt he I/te) Ujlilti·hlli ntlll 1iutt" l*., n-ito tcwnlwtjj1O~» - ijfl, " lii l rh it 1-biriiio.t lvt if re)ttilt/ tu It perr...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD MEMBERS DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 March 1889

OLD MEIMIBIRS DIEFEATED. The followring 18 members of the late Anne ibli nneh ddtfated yesterdua': It. T. Vale, Bjnllirrnt Weste P. -nright, 2eJam m bra T. Cooper,Clunes and Allendale ]t. 1). Itctd,.Jiteroy 1. Itecs, Grant 1. 1'. Brownt, Cl ushnier T.:I:inhgdnn, 1CleiroIIg J. M1. Ilighlett, Jlwandorrng C. .Capipln, .nlellbournoe Enst J. JI: lineu, Melholrnei North D. Cannuon. Melbourne SOouth T. 11 l'iereo, Melbourne We.tc *l,.BinlstonRieclmnndF Ir. Qniclc' Snnlhjiijet II. J. Fink, l'nlblbt end Avocn 0. E. Junea; Winidermere. . .

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