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The Jindivick Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

The Jitttlivi'k Outrage. -4--- says the "Meereury," turnsl- ut to be a ore . erilous affair than Ywaa at first ex pected. On \\Vdneday Constable Hilliard proceeded to the scene of the outrage, and retlCrned late on Tnhursday evening with Co,?tablo Clonuull, having spent the day in scmuring the bush in every direction in search of the ollinder. They discovered f'ootuur:;n leading from the road into the scrub, where lhie ruftlian altt.epted to corn umit the outrage, ani had tihe black trackers been on the spot on Thursday tile offlicers think that little difliculty wouhl have boen perielcel in rllnnillng the scoundrel to earth. Mary Iidneym, the victim of the at tempted Ol ntrage, wa interviewed by Senior Constabli Iilliard on Tli rsday. She is a bright intelligent girl, about thirteen years of age, and states that" whilst proceeding ilong the public road, about half-past 9 on Wednesday imorling, a man stepped out fromn behind a ibunch of tall sword grass and laid hold of her by tie w...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

CORRESPONDENCEC (TO THE EDITOR MOItWELL. ADVE.RTISEt.) Smt,-In your Saturday's issue I see an epistle of a Subscriber, re the controversy between the Rev. Mr Algio and Old Bush man, both of whom he attacks. Dr. De \Witt Talmage had once a little dog that made a similar plunge, both dogs turned on hint, and the doctor said "' Pincher was more discreet after that." And although lie "heartily agreed with your views that 'the best results are not attainable br argumentative discourses Ac.,'" he is tempted to make a grab at the 'apple of discord.' As for not 'meddling with pas sages which finite minds cannot grapple witih,' the Apostle said 'Prove all things; hold fast to that which is good.' The question is who shall decide what is tinite and what Infinite ? As to 'young preacher sthoutld ie careful how lie handles Divine trnth' I agree with hims, and so should the old ones too. I am always glad when I see the young ones (there is little hopes for the hl) striking out boldly lest peradv...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

Hotel Notioos. MORWELL FAMILY HOTEL. WE. -UR ýCGo , Late of the Cricketers' Hotel B EGS to infortt his nuulerous Friends end the Public (enrtlly, that lie has Purchaosed the above well-known Hlostelry, andit has thoroughly lennvated ant newly Fur nished it Throughout. Ile now o4eurr I'OIST-CLASS ACCOMMOllDATION fur Travellers, Visitors, and Others. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. C HORSES AND BUGIf'?S ON IIiRRE. GIRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMEIS IIORSES ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL. EDMUND KELLEHER, C PROPRIETOR IIIST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND COM MEIRCIAL TRAVEILLE Is. All Spirits, Wines, and Ales, of the Choikot Brands. GOOD STAuLIING. GOOD PADDOCKS. lluggiea and Saddle Iiomoes Always obtainoile on Hire. CRICKETERS' AR1MS HOTEL, MO(RWELL. h HENRY BRLEED, Proprieto H AVIOG j]st purchased this famon? Iltel, Which for comfort and order all oth~rl reel; ty PaItroits will fintd I am willig aneld HIable To...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Commercial News. Property. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

I'Propeulrty. Messrs. Marriage, Orr& Co. report havino sold at Mor-well on Tuesday for 3Mr. E. Fleming, his bush paddock on the Latrobe River at £3 2s leasehohl, Mr. Jeriniah Ryat being the purchaser. Mr litson's farm was passed in for private salo £4 13s being the highest bid for the leasehold. We sold on account of, IR. '.Mackay and J. Orr, to close lpartnerhip aceount., several allotments in the Lady Park, Morwell West and East Estates at £8 15s to £23 apiece.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

DON'T FOIRGET! t)ON'T FOPlGET! The Event of thie S~eason. 'i 1, ;,. Professionlll. TT. WALDON, Estate and Financial Agent, COMMERCIAL RIOAD, 3!01tWELL. PROPEIlTIES for Salne or to Let in all pare of Gippsland. - jON:EY to lend in iarge or small .sum. A GENT for Coloninl Mutual Life, and Commercial Union Firu Insurance Suciutics. .AGENT for weers. W. Inamilton and Co. Mr. William Seymour 'ofPrie, AT'TORINEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, Moy bhe consulted at Murdch's (Onat Ton Hkir') liotel. Under the M3anagement of Mr. Calmnn. Iegular Attendance EVTERY TUESDAY. MrI. H. B. Sergeant. Solicitor Etc. I'lAY IBE CONSULTED at Kclliher's L. Club Iiotel, Ždorvecl!, en Cattle Erol wees on MONDAY, Other weeks on TUESDAY. Money in any somn advanced on good sc?urities. Appllcnieons for land conducted and rents paid. Applications for Publican's Licenses conducted. W. H. RITSON, CONSULTING ENGINEER, For Tramways, &c. Fifteen Years in the Railway Depart ment. Also, Three Years Contractors' Enginee...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Treatment of Criminals. LECTURE BY MR. JUSTICE WILLIAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

The Treatment of Crimlinals,. --o LECTURE BY ILEt. JUSTICE WILLI.AMS. The upper hall of the fecllx'uerne Athe IcnteIr was cerowded on Tuesday evenini? hat, whet: Mr. Juitire Williram, under the aue. picet of the Ausetralian Church Literary So ciety, delivered a lecture en The Administra tion of the Critminal La;w and the Trceamunte of Crimtinls. The chair was taken yh the president of the Society, the Rer. Charles Mor. Jstice Williams remarked that there were rnac y fiulid which they? could labor for the arvancetmtent of the social life of the peCople. The tlrt was by prronotinii know ledge and tdispelling ignoralce, Th'a waes ea noble and grand object. It was to be at tained by educa:tionl oni a troad an liberal basis, such as they now enIjoyed at the iancle of the State tonder their Education Act. tIe that spet-lre they couldfdo nuch by ipho lding the State in its preset t system of Eiducation, and by assisting the Governmelnt to lace the act oil a brader, sounder, aedl nemore lib...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Narracan Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

Narrtcan Shire Council. The ordinary meeting of the above council was held yesterday (Friday, June 10th). there being present--the Presilent (Cr. Sct-lett), Crs. Vary, Geaclh and How tt, Pope, OIarenshaw, Williams, Moore, S;tanton, and Smnith. CORRISPONDE NCI. Frmt the Railw-ar Department, ac knowledging receipt of tracings of roads leading froet Tlwrpldale nd anlTrafalgar road to terminurs of Narraean Valley rail way and to stations on line, and that at tention wonhl be given to the matter - re cci red. From Lands OfLice, Melbourne, acknow lelgintr receipt of letter re survey of roul fromL Mardan to thoTarwin, and requesting that a sketch be furnished, showin, tine route of the required road, and the niroe tion of the Mardlan road towards Kooruo nuan; received. IFrom same, re Geo. Langlhrn's selec tion in Tarragon, stating that if allotment 59 in Parish of Darnnmt is referred to, that the Crowna grant is issued. No selection in the name of Gen. Langhorn can be traced in the parish ...

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Traralgon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

Taragon nShire C-sonil. I Thle ordinary monthldy ex.':., of thel Council was held at ihe Shireu "alt on Wednesday last. Present :-Crs. Body comb (president). Peterkin, Campbell, Walker, Varney, Kelleher, English, Bourke, and Firmnio. The minutes of the last meeting Were read, and on the motion of Crs. Englib ans Firmin ,onftirmed. COPttESONfDENOCE. From Post Olfice Departlllent re i daily mail service between Tr-aralgon an, Wa;tl halla via T.ers, stating that the aIlppliction wonldl receive dlile crnsiideratioln. From the District Sul-rveor, Sale, stating that as soon as thie services of a stllrrvesr were available, a road should be omarkedl out between Thonm's Bridge over the La trobe towards the Walhalhl Road, as also one through Savage's holding, Callignee. Also that the Department upapel I the re commendatiun for a road to Yinnar station through Nadenbousche's arnd O'Hl a's. From tile Railway Depart;, - t, stating that thei had not :agreed :s p,'ovide a bridge at Morwell, as it ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Farm and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

Farm and Ihdir P'rodIuce. Messrs. 3I'Caw, 31'Ilwrick, & Co. report -Cheese.-Sales to-day were soamewhat livelier than last week, and prices realised shewed the market to be firm. Prime ranged from Gl?d to 8S1 par lb with some extra at a higher llgure, medium to good from 5d to 6d inferior at lower rates. Potted BuItter.-There was a fair supply of new which nmet with ready sale at foll late rates ranging from Vd to 11id per lb for primoe with inferior at lower rates. Spring potted is very dull in fact almost at a standstill except for a few special lots. Fresh Butter.-The quantity forward was fully up to requiromentis and the market on the whole was steady at l rates prine half-peonnls ranged front 10d to is id withl a few extra higher. Pounds and lumps S1d to lld inferior lower. Eggs. (regular sudply) is 8d to Is 9d. Carcase fork. 4d to 41d. Turkeys Gs lid to 14s; ducks 5is to Gs Gd; geese G1 to Gs Gd; fowls is 9d to 4s per pair. Pig Market. A smaller nulmber than tousual ya...

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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1887. CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

fjorwefn t '2juertis cr. VOX POP ULI. (PIUBLISHIED E\VElY SATURI)AY). SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1887. CUIIRENT NEWS, To ouen .EADtI:n .--We are requested to intimate that no m:ac, will be held on Sunday next in the R1oman Catholic Churcl, no would appear by an intimation in a .centcn porary at Traralgon. ColnRETIONs.-In Sabscriber's letter of lant wreek the word larceny appejars forlarcin (Fr.); elecied should read elected; and Word of God for W\ork f God. SCrNE IN TiL' TRArttIt (tO.No SaIRt CouixL..-On WeVdnesday last a the ordi nary council meetilng a little Cxcittement was )ccaneioned by a misunderstandin, thiat oroe between Crs. Klelleher and Engli-hti with regard to an application made by :Mr Theobald, for it slaughtering liconlte at the lRid.e. Mr. English olpposed the appliciation on the grounaads tha it ia aughter yard an the creek would pollute it, andtI tla t it would b dctrimental to health. Mr. IKelleher e tho. other hand maintained tilot the creeC. wou-ld not be polluted there...

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Football. PHORPDALE V MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

(IBY A SLATen.) IllO'RPl)ALE V MOlt.\VItlL. This importernt event took iplace on Satur day last on tile Mlorwell ground. A con sideralblu d,.gree of interest was taken in the match fronm the knowledge that the Thorp dale men had easily succeeded in lowering the'colors of Wnrragul; whilst the latter, in return, hindt its revenge on Morwell. The Morwell men, however, contended they had the verdicts of au exceedingly unfair umnpire thrown in the scale against thelll, otherwise the result wouldl have beenl reversed ; thera fore tha match with Thorpdale wars lool:cd upon by the culrious, as i real criterion of the strength of the Morwell team. Messrs. Gordon and J. Jones reseectively captained the Thorptdale tnd Monrwell men. The garna commenced witth the kick-otf by J. Jones in the tooeeth of strong wind.. Ball senartly returned by the T''horpdale fortardsl antld Fome nice and rapidl play. produced a mark to a ''horpdale mtxn, who hatl a rapid sllot for goal. lelieved by Windlow tihe al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

A uctioncer's Addresses. IToOCK STATION AND COML2IISSION AGENT SIELBOURNE AND TVAIRAGUL SUCTION Salna condneted in any part -.- o GipOlsInd regularl every Satur •day fortnight at our yardls, [lIn ltin, and Tonldav fortnight at our arnis, 'Notrwell, .and moenhly at WVarrarul. Drenin and Poo • ng, and at the Melbourne Coronratiuu :aords, Newmarket, eovry weck.C VAIATri'`lONS MA1DE S, lt.'tM EY TO LENID. LA2RGE OR SMALL SUMS ON FRIEE ;HOILD OR LEASEIIOLD lI?aD O r?I'..: 70 Queen street, Melbourne. PUBLIC NOTICE. .-o: A BIANCO OP OUR BUSINESS HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED AT Feott'l I!oyal Titel. Warrugul, under the MANAGEMENT Or 1Mr. Charles Lousada Wm Hamilton & co, 70 Queen street, Melbourne. MORWELL MARKET. MONDAY, JULY 4, 1887. .X1TM. HAMILTON 1,& CO. will hold their nsnal Fortnightly Salo at Morwell, on Monday, July 4th, 1887, when they will offer : Cattle, Horses, &c. N.B.-Our rates for commission aro selling, 21 per oant; guarantee, 21 per cont. \3M. HAMILTON &...

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Live Stock Report. MORWELL, Monday, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

Live Stock Ileport. Monwst:LL, Molnda, June 6. Messrs. J. Einglish and 0o. report. We held our usual salk in lo0roell this day but the weather was very nmlch against business being done, and several lots booked did not come forward in conse quence, and we only yarded 90 head, but this was equal to any other yard for the day. All forward solt exCiep)t somae very backward springers. We sold calves, £3 7 b ; heifers, £2 lis to £3. Small steers, £2 13s, springers to £6 5o. &c. Wo sell in conjunction with Messrs. A. McLean and Co., the whole of Mr. Jones' dairy herd,, on Wednesday, June 15th. SALE. Messrs. Little and Borthwick report: Fat Cattle-Various markets well sup ilied ; bidding brisk, and prices equal to last week. We sold-cows, inferior and medium. £5 to £4 15s; good and liritne, £6 to £8 12s Gd, latter extra heavy; heifers £4 to £5 7s Gd ; bullocks. small to good, £6 10s to £8 ; yea ers, £1 Its to £2 48. Not many cosming forward, and prices un altered. At 3latfra very f...

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The Curious History OF THE Man with THE IRON MASK. (CONTINUED FROM LAST ISSUE.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 11 June 1887

The Curiou Kis -tory OF TIM , , w" ith3 (CONTItsrr.nO rm-lo LAsT T.il:r.) This lllan ""as not torn rway frmtn society mon. 'cconnte off- any crititinal action; for wolI+ t -eowas arresteid, it .was f rseen- that he twouled raluse mnuch enlbarras?ltent, and oceasionll great expenses. lie was there - fore not a criminalnele titann won I haveil been pursned to-get rid of-hin : and con sequently all th-` importance of his being concealed was attached solely to his perons. This stranger must hive icens a person of very high birth ; for the governor of the prison St. Mars behaved ahvavt, to hlim with .the grcatest raspect. Loits xiii played aer trho guitar-: Louis xiv did thel samle, in a very atelatrly nrOon r; ani the man with the iron mask played also in lthit instrnent ; which gives us reamo r to ie lieve that his elucation was directe l by the same persotns who had presided over that of Louis xiv, and who appear to havs been the particular chr,ice of Anne of Austria. The strangerldte...

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Suicide of a Jealous Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 18 June 1887

Suicide of hI4Qei1olus Wife, At the inquest conmmonced on Mondlay last, on the body of Eliza liorsboom, whit had been found dead with a bullet wound in her head, Henry ]hior.inomo, he:Ihusland, w?s present in custody of the police. Thie :tedical ervidenlce was sonmowhat opposed' to tie supposition that the wound was self-inflicted.

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Pig Report. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 18 June 1887

1'1;; IBeport. MIcCaw, Mcliwrvick, nnd Co., 8¶X Qucn strect, Mellournit. 1IGth Jnee. A fair onumber yarded. A short sIIppIy of store pogs, aof tln ddemand or lint foll. Pork pigs were in foisk ,feaoo .d at in crecased rates. Blaone pigs loudly so Brut lat ssock.

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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 18 June 1887

Topics of the Dtly. Hi* Excellency the Governor attended at the mint on Thursday last. anl per formoed the ceremony of striking the first sovereign piece of the new coinage. This new coinage is now being carried on at the minl, and will be issued to the banks after Jubilee day, viz., on 22nd inst. For the present', as was explained' in The Age of Tlursday, only sovereigns will be made.. The proposal to placecan extra. duty of .£3 per ton on beet sugar, in the in torests of Victorian refining and:.Austsr lian sugar growing generally,. was sub mitted to the Premierand Cbmmnissioner of Customs yesterday by a numerous deputation of merchants and others associated with the. industry. It was complained that if the beet sugar of France, Germany, Russia and Austria exported under all the advantages of. a liberal bounty system, were. admitted into Victoria.local refining would before .the next twelve monthshbecome a thing of the-past; -There was no possibility of fighting against the foreign...

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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 18 June 1887

TO-MOIRROIIIW'S SEIRVICES.. W0s1ueYAN CUIturanJI.-Divine.services will bo held nceŽt Sunday as under: Muor?ll, II.a.mr. Mr Howe.. Ifruelwood, 11 a.., Yinular, 2.30 p.m.. Moe 7 p.m. Mr J. Aigio. CneUec or' i'.icNGLA.ND.--])ivine Service will be held next Sunday as follows: North IHazelwood, II n.m., lforwvcll2ridge, 3 p.m., Morwell, 7 p.m. Mr Edwards. EIesluYTEU~e.eA- COUIIueI .-Divine.service will he hold" next Sunday as follows: Dritfield,. 11 n.m., Hazelwood North, 2.30 p.n.. Morwell, 7 p.m. ; Evening subject Queen Victoria."" Mr E. IEhlridge.

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A Trip to the North Eastern. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 18 June 1887

A. Trip to the North Eastern. ---- FROM.: KAIAIr3?l0MUS.T BOIIO.. (BY; E. E4.1 Kaurraaimus is a large farmeing area. situate about eleven miles fromn Violet Town, aBl about .sixteen from. Euroa, Croppinois being carried on very extdn sively, olu .with e oy fair results. All the residents.-appear to be in. fir if not good circumcestances. Apart- ome its kniown fruitfulness, I should inmagino, front the Jay of the ctintrv, that it is a likel -field for enterprising miners to operatel.upon, both for alluvial and qulartz. It tis lovely drive frotl Katraimtoeuns. to Violet Torwn, passing a ntumberof;hoimesteads, with their pleasant and quiet appearance. Most-of the farmers have finished sawing, and are determnintd to give theirtlor es a rest, after the weary up-lill work, oc sionted',by the. drought. Our company, consisting. or:two ladies and five gentlemSn, left Karrainmomus at .40.a.ti, ; the autnu)sphblre was cloudy,. and the weather cold, after the rain:of the previous night, but as ...

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Farm and Dairy Produce. The Farmers' Produce Company of Australia Limited. Wednesday 15th June. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 18 June 1887

Flarm and ))Miry Produce. The Farmers" Produce Company of Aus tralia Limited. Wednesday 15th June. Farm Produce.--\heat is not quite so firm, although sales have been made to day up to.4s Id. Flour is active,fromn £8 10s. to £8 Its Gd. for country brands, and up to L0 10s for best roller. Bran firm at 10td. Oats have fair demand; Victorian, 2s 8d to 2s 10d ; New Zealand, 2s 10d to 2s 11. Malting barley quiet. Feed bar lev, 3s to 3S Gd ; peas firm up to 3s Gid8.. Chaff in demand, for good& sorts to.L4 15s; medium, £4 to L4 Is ; maize, not much inquiry at 4s 3d. to 4s 6d ; potatoes, L2 12s Gd to L3. Onibons, L2 ros to L3 is ;: Dairy Produce:: Fresh butter-A large supply forward, and prices well maintained best bringing up to 1s 4d ; uediun, Is to is ld. d Potted butter was also in large supply, and of various qualities. Plirmle neu- soldl up to Is 2d :good spring, to l.d0.. other sorts lower. Eggs: Very susmll supply,. prices still firmt at Is ltd to 2s. Cheeses easy, large co...

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