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YINNAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
VINNA11 (From our own Correepo.dent.) There is at nresent a requsisition going around this district, which is nnmerooelv higned by ratepayero prayin that Mr T. Walsh will allow himself to be nominated an a candidate for the forthcoming mani cipal election, in the interest of the West Riding. In a converestion with Mr Walsh, I learn it.is his intention to contest the vacancy that will take place by the expiry of Cr Firmin's term of office. I consider it hardly atdvisable making any flrthar re marks till all candidatos are fairly launched.
AN APPEAL. (TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
A'N.APIEAL. "(TO.TIIE RnITOR OY .MORWELLtADVRIR|Sl.t:) Slu,- -Vill yyou linlly.illow'se a smdll sapace in th. colsmns of your .vdluable 1paper,:to bring ,under the motice df your. readlers a rather?hiard crnss. Af.ew.weks. ,since, a -nracl aenmed Parker, deserted his *wife aldi:four .children, eaving :them in a ,state uo tteri ufitution. No trae of the' theartleao seoandrsl can bs .foue?lt.though iit is hoped that. ere Ilong, he will be ar rested and .pndiished. 'But, in the mean rhime, those 'whom l h a ih ,deserted, iwho rare residing in.Morwell,nmust beaprovided for, and siir, I would reepeetfdlly ask the •puhlio thlrough te .uneadilm of yen .eohluns, to .render what assistance they .can, whetler groat' or eedell, to rtilieve'the irncesCitieidf this deserving .armily. The. &lt;mother in a respectable, Jard -workin?.per. san, aundii willing to aseist hersel and ifanuily' ty taking in wsehing, &, li&ht theI lchildren'being very young are unable to .contribut...
FUTURE AUSTRALIA. (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
FU?TURE AUSTRALIA. '(TO TER 'EDITOR OIWP.RLL YDVERTISIR) SIRn,-I-'hard a remarkihe other day by .a gentleman not-a hundred miles from 'our 'town, on reading your remarks on onr' skill and courage in the football groand " That we, the Morwelllads,'hadt something before us besides kicking the ball, or the 'curse of.our descendants wodlit fill heavily .on our heads." 'The foanding of a great .conntry is in the hands of the Australian notices, therefore it 'is our duty -to give a helping hand to establish the samson a sure 'footing. "Peace 'and .prosperity 'to our .descendants," ahodld be our 'motto. 'It 'is no doubt a true saying "all work andi no play mnakee Jack adtlull boy," but e~ should iu our leisure hours learn to use our heads, as well as our heels-mentally, as,wetl as 'physically. They say.in..the .old eountry the only quadruped noted for kicking was •the donkey, then, I trust, the football will ,not take our heads away altogether, and nuake asaes of us. .Indeed all our games ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
SnIltg NoTICEG. SI1IRE11 OF T'AI.RAi.;ON, VOTERS" LIST. N OTICE ilaherev given that t aspy of 1 Vote x' I.iit, i in.r ny ce,atr,,l)y a may Ie inspected at the Shiro H, Tr, ralgon, for the Cent Riding; a t M1ochanic' Institute, lt.Jroll, fur iti, Vest Riding ; and at thle Pert Oftle., Upe'- r Flynn's Creek, fr tlie East Ridinog, between the tirnt asn seventh dayis f ,.lly All claims to be innrledl in the Voter.' Lists and all bhjectiono to the n er llsn the Voters' .ist, mont he lodgedt with ni. on or before the 7th day of July. JAMES CAMPBELL, Shire Hall, Traralgon, Y29th June, 1887. SIIRFIF OF TIRAP.ALGON. T'IEINDElS will he receivel at the Shire B1iall, Trar?lgou. till II a.m., om Wednesday, the lith day of July, for the follouwing works: WEST IIDING. For removing night soil, and keeping till ehaenele anI dIJ'ii clean anod in good order for 12 months in, Mlorwelt. Spcilicatio . myn he itwspcted and formn, Jof tender otbtained 4t tlhe Shuiro Hall, Traralgon ; also at this Mluchanie...
Return to the Colonies of the Rev. Charies Clark. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
Return to the Colonies of the Rev. Charles Clark. Referring to the appresching arrival of the Rev. Charles Clark, the ' New Zealand Herald' says :-Everybhody all over the Co lonies will he glad to learn that Mr. R. S. Smythe received yesterday (July 7th,) a cablegram from the Rev. Charles Clark, stating that he would he leaving England this month for Australia. It is nine years ag. since the elqutont apsaker was heard in thin conrtry, hut the recollection of his remarkable lectures and recitals is still fresh in the general memory. Urged to it :hy the reports of his seccess, several emiinent men have visted the colonies in the meantime, and made lecturing tours Procto-, Forbes, Sala, and others, but none excited the same entlesiasm, for none posseseod the samte exceptional oratorical powers. Two of Mr. Clarke's favorite themns were ' The Tower of London' and ' Westninister Abbey'; and Mr. Smythe thinks that the sodden resolve of theeele brated lecturer to revisit the scenes of his f...
TO-MORROW'S SERVIC IS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
TO-,MORROW'S SERVIC rP, '-.---~ PRSBYTTF.RIAN CnHnco.--Divine Ser vice will be conducted in the above. church next Sunday.as follows : Morwell, 11 a.m.: Yinnar, 7 p.m. Sub ject-Temptation of Christ. Funeral Ser mon at Boolara on the late MSr. Guthrie at 3 p.m. Mr. E. Eldridge. ,VESLEYAN ConCIu I.-Divine service will he conducted in the above church next Sunday as follows : Latrobe (Tom's Bridge), 11 a.m., Hazelwood North, 2.50 pm.; Morwell, 7 p.m., (evening sbhject-Perpetual sun shine), Rev. J. Algie. CiURnCH o EoNG.LAND.t-Divine services will he conducted in the above church next Sunday as follows-; Yinnar, 11 E.m. Driffield, 3 p.m.; .Mor well, 7 p.m; d.r. Edwairds.
Lecture by Rev. T. Adamson. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
Lecture by Rev. T. kdamslln. A lecture, entitled "Young Men and Young uWomen," was delivered hv the Rev. T. Adamlson, of Sale, in theW\es loyan Church, Morwell, uo Thursday even ng last. There was a large atteniance, and Mr. Algie, the Wesleyan Home Mia sionnry, occupied the chair. After singin, end prayer, the chairman, after mtuking few remarks, introduced the r:veraend lec turer, wiho said that after wading through seas of mudl in the Warragul district for the past few days, lie did not feel alto gether in good trim for lecturing-in fact, wlbt he had to say could hardly be called by the ditined title of a lecte , hut imply as an hour's plain talk upon con aon suebjects. In the first place he would like to point to the vast imlprovernentt that had taken place in these colonies during the past 50 years. The future greatness of this eountry would depend largely ulton the character of its sons and daughters. Ite (the speaker), was not an old man, though he had often been taken to be ...
Meeting of P. Poolev's Creditors. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
leetiig of P. P. ooler' Cre:litrs. -----o- A meeting of the creditors of Mr P. Poolcy of Woundellah, grazier. called by himself, was held at the Criterion Hotel, Sale, on Thursdav last. IMr lorthwick occupied the chair, and there were also present Messrs English awl Co. (Morwell), It. P. George (Warragul) A. M'Lenu anid Co. (Traralgon and Maffra), Marriage, Orr, and Co. (Traral gon), Peek, Hudson and Rayner (Sale) Little and Borthwick (Sale), Henry Breed (Morwell), and others. Mr. Pooley and his solicitor were also present. Some discussion ensued at the outset of the meeting as to whether or not the press should be represented. The creditors present were of opinion that the meeting should be open to the press, but Mr Pooley's solicitor objected on the ground that the meeting was called for creditors only and not for the public. Finally as it was the wish of the creditors that 'Ae Mercury representative should remain, Mr. Pooley withdrew his objec tion, as he said he had nothing to h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
"'" l Hotol Ntitceo".a r.·" : t r. IFAMALYI~ 'H OT:EL. F .M ý .;1ý. '. H O .T . .L... °Late "of the Crickete~s' "H.otel" BEGSB't iatcrn;lli. aawudfiunFi nd the PubienUctso ll', that Itohaa Paoreknail Idea abovs'; 'e k-kowntn oetcfrv and lua tlhurougldy Rennwatoed and newly Fur t niahed tt 1ro t tt He now offlrrP LItTSCLASS ACCOMNODATION for Travsllere, ýVitaitwr, e+,d OtLrts.rl.. I , ~ r,..,!i' i. r 1 , - r . :··. _ .. __ .,FIR6T-CI;Ae ALCOCIK'S BILLIARD TABLE TWIN uND SPIRITS OF 'TUE . BEST - PROCURABLE BRANDS. HO1IEB E AD 'BUG IRS ON "HIRE. 'GRlX4S PADDOOKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. S'FA+BLINQ AnD CIVILIý1'Y Gl RATIS. 'STHE ,rCLUB HOTEL. ED ri'IN D KELLE HELL," ~PROPRIEITOR RSIT+C.'AB-1AS AOOOMMODATIO! FOR VTBtTORS A~fD COil ý11 I1GIIAL T"A'VBLLEIS. ,l piriti,'1 1uu and Abua, of tho Oioitoeot Brands. AOCt D 'SYLBIIKG.. (GOOD J' DDOCKR. 3aupea Ph"'!fihY i.H oa Ahv aWraz cbhnnble on Hire. .CRCKETS' ARMMS HOTEL,. 10R WE IL. iHLNRY: B:RFiE;D, PrOp -'iIetox. Z7AVINO }1' pcabnaod this...
Commercial News. Live Stock Report. MORWELL, Monday July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
Live Stock Report. Monwr.LL, Monday July 4. Messrs. Marriage, Orr and Co. report : Our yards were fairly supplied with cattle, lwhich with tie exception of two lots were sold at about late rates. The attendance was good. No big lots forward. We have an onquiry for good springers and pigs. Cattle-Prices ranged as follows: Fats-Cows, from L15 to L8 5Ie; bullocks to 1.8 10s; steers, light weights, L5 10s to 1.7 10e. Stores-Cowo, low condition, .L2 1So to L4; steers, 1,3 5s to 1.4 ; 3 and 4 year old hbulocks, L4 to LS 15s; heifers, 18 monthe to 2 years old, L[. 10 to 1.3 5s; weaners, L Lis to L2, according to quality. A few lots of pnre bred aldernevs at satis factory figures. Itorses-Not nmany for ward, biddings dull andl few sales made. Pigs-Very few forward; mnsyv inquiries for forwardt porkers; we sold clips up to i2s (9 weeks old), brood sows to L2. We may also mention that we will not held oar usual monthly sales at Mirhoo and Narracen on account of the bad weather anst roads. DIS...
Reuter's Telegrams. LONDON, 6th July. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
Reuter's Telegrana?t -o LoNDoN, 6th July. Mr. Edward Stanhope, Secretary of State, replying ta a question asked in the Hottse of Commons yesterday, as to whe ther he was aware that a description of the Brennan torpedo had appeared in Engineering, a weekly jonrnal, stated that the details published would afford no ia formation that was.likely to depreciate the value of the invention to the Imperial Go vernment.; and that the secret of the es sential parts of its mechanism was strictly preserved. BUDs P?asn. A disastrous fatal explosion of dyna mite took place at Jess Bereny, a town about 40 mtlec cnst of this city. Some ex periments in -explosives were being con duected during a class for military instruc tion, when the material exploded, killing 27 men on the spot, and inflicting serious injuries on fully 50 more. -Age.
Encounter with Savages. EXCITING STRUGGLE ON BOARD SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
unesunter with navages. EXCITING STRUGGLE ON BOARD SHIP. Among the papers presented to Par liament on 5th April was a report sent in by Admiral Tyron with regard to the massacre of the crew of thelabo s hooner Young Dick at Malayta, in the Pacifia, The evidence of the survivors was taken to Maryborough, and it appears that the crew were attacked by about 2. natives, who got aboard whilst the captain and some of his men were away in the boats. Thers was nothingagainst the reputation of the captain, and the attack was made for the purpose of plunder. Thomas Critteadon, an able seaman, gave a graphic account of the attack and re palse. *to said-I say three or four natives scuffling with the sailmaker. I -didn:t knew is name. I had nothing on but a siaglet, I ran back to my. bhunk sad got say revolver and went on deck again, and one of the 'natives from shore jumped in front of me and tried to take hold of me; 1 shot him .sad he fell. I went farther abaft on deck towards the Government ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
]Estate and F? in-ancial Agent, COMMERCIAL ROAD, 3lOilRWEL. P- OPr?t IItiS f r Plo or to IAt in all patM of G ippstleJd. ,iN'ONL Y to lend in large or amall sumr. AOGENT fur Coltttal Motnea Life, and CenuuOltonu UtO n1 ru Fire Insauranco S orietIa. A GESNT or .Mst IV. Iaomilton and Co. Mr. William Soymour Fergie, ATTOR.NEY SOLICITOR ANDI PROCTOIt, Mlay ia ceasulte i au. Mnrdochll? (lute ToI. :kiin o'a) tl. Cluder the Managemnnt'of Mr. Calman. R?:eo:lar Attendanoe EVERYI TUESDAY. Mr. H. B. Sergeant. Solicitor Etc. ]AY I?E GONiUi.IP as Kot ellehera' 71 Club IHultl, MUrwe.l, ea Cattle dbl weeois oII AINDAIT, Other -ehes on TUESDAY. 'Money in. .ny mtun nd:Ivcad cn-good :?curiftic. A pplications for land conducted and rents Applietions for Publico's Liccrnce -econdtctod. TW. I. RITSON, C(trNSiLTINQG ENGINEIER,. For Tramway? ,&c. FtjtireeT r, ieutr n lAo lRfuatrey Dpart Alao, Thre Years- Contractors' Engineer. Am,c ta :--TIn;NAIt SND TRIARet.LON. N otice. JUST PUBLISHED' (NEW EDIT...
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 9 July 1887
Gazette Notices. Grazing areas available for selection to 15th July: County ula BRuts, parish Tarwin. 250 ac., allot 68. County Baun Buln, parish Leongatha, 240 ac., part 83. County,Baln Baln, parish Gifford, 970 a, allot 59. County Tanjil, parish Congulls, 930 a, allot 40. County Tanjil, parish Boola Bools, 960 a, allot 104. County Buln Buln, parish Boodysrn, 350a, allot 77. County BRun Bala, parish Tanjil, 70a, allot a. County Buln Ruin, parish Lay Yang, 260 sc, allot 62. County Buln Bula, parish Yanakie, 800 a, allot 63. County Buln Bual, parish Gffard, 270 a, allot 83, see n. County Buln Butl, parish Woodslde, 600a, allot 40, sec 3. County Buln Buln,parish 6tradbroke, 780s, allot 66, sea a. County Buln Baln, parish Boodyarn, 130a, allont 69. County Buln Bala, parish Boodyarn, 315a, part 76. County Bula Buln, parish Giffard, 485 a, part 21. Orasing areas available till 29th July, 1887: County Bule Buln, parish Bunylp, 400 a, part 70. Couanry Bta Buln, parish Carrajung, 320 an, pa...
Railway Discipline. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 July 1887
Railway Dlscipiinc. The quesotion of who aRrll hiive the ma nagemons and appointment of railway stationnmastaro was placed very forcibly before a Il Lil deputation this morning by Mr Spoight. Tronblee have arisea it seems between the Ballarat woolddealer and the Lal Lal wroodeartero and eplittors through the sdtalors insisting on having 7 tons of wood loaded on a G ton truck. The Lal Lal residents prepared a petition aek ing for Iis retention, and camne do wn in force today (Wednesday), accompanised by the speaker and Mr. hleus, hI.L.A., tos back up the roq~eot. Mr. Speight at once in formed the deputation that an ret he did' not know that Mr. Crowe was to be re moved from Lal Lal, but under 110o circum stances crhsl llhe Cosnmissinnors recognise the interference of the outside public ins matters relnting to ths removal or reten l tion of a etioinmastelr. Thle speaker oe plained that the deputation was entirely outsido Mr. Crowe, and hald simply bon organise:l in the islerests of th...
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 July 1887
Gsazette Notices. Courty Btnln ltuin, parish Binrip, 100 a, part 75. C mnry bauln IBlnt parish Carrajaun, 320 an. part 74. . Cunty tuln Itull parish lrarxyarn, 80 a, part 73. County BulnI Buit, piaris 'IYlanikie, part 970. C1ounty tuln 1uit, parisht Traralgon,. part ''lh r.servatiott of one acre at Yinnar fr school puioari css anlout tIo h resakeid. ras far as rgarni tilter arnd IoIi halt prchcl , Se: :12 Land Act 8.1. L.ease approrled: \'illiam Irendtrson. Narracna. Alice I"'. anrgfortd, Yarragua, Patrick Kennr , ,tlrboo. George flainr White, Yarrngaa, 8ttpricu White. Yarragmi. ]ltars M3'(htaira, iar?igntha. Ann IKcaring, leuontssthn. EJnitntla (lay, Iclgatha. Mary .1. Attwoord. Yarragon. Annie U. )I. Inglis, Tarwin, Margaret, 1 aher. Trarngol.. lilern Keogh. Trraragon Applicatiton trlg rant appred :-2 it. (('Iotratotl '20 iacrts .taryvah., alle rtllrlau e Co lurt t (tl , "neral St ssii n , aot l, .11 tli Sat le CUantr e Cart.:tlth August. 'r al ll I 'l':ctnr:tl Revision Ctart, 181...
Capture of Thieves. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 July 1887
Capture of 'Ihiees, On Thurlenay evening Inart lihe tnwnpeople were thrown into a con.idrcrale i state of excittnment in ctrscqience uof the capture of two men oa a charge-one ofa robbery-the .ither of aiding land abetting. It appotars that at ten-timtl the barman of I1eeild 1 Hotel, \wi-.. happened to .lea\v the bar for a short time. r,:etured in tittle to catch a tlan robbinrg the till. lie ata onc rmade a rruh forward to secure the thief. anrd a struggle ensued, the till falling on the floor and the money heit eciatteredl in ovary direction. iThe noise attracted the attention of tittee at the tenatobl, and ariistance being forthcoming, tih thief was soon over prewered and scaurdi. lie was left to li on the flotr antidlt tLhe cnfusilon till tthearrival of Cilte abrlollrhnsone ' who had ill thlle raean tile been sent for. The constable arrelted the mana, anld ton thle waye to the lo:k-up. whilst nearly oppoilte Mulrdoch' Holtel, thle prisoner 's compatnitaior caime to his rscee, ar...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 July 1887
'i'O-3iE)11E 1.ýF ;i"4. FI)7?VICES. ------1---- w9ill be (.0 till Vi)Vh :Ish)ov C IIIII.CII it, ,: Slrnn!,il its I'ulluu\r ;_ IBridge 3 in.u. .\urw'IIl 7 put. Mr Ihi Wi'si xyx'.t Cniiu:cii -1Di3ine uervicc \Iur :cli, II acm. ; Yincar. 2.30 p' m. Rce. IiI. 1 Tiiii. I lycriwccl 11 tn. I 'croic' i p~m. Mo, 7 p.iii hcv. .1 Ali pc 1'ituRYciici: 'AS Clirtcic) - iciuii Ser vice w~ill hou conductedt~ l in the o 1!)IvY chinch nc) Sunday i Is ioliiii : Driiil, cici pm:. Siiiijc'cd North, 23Uc~. liiirl ~. ujc- r
Brass Band in Morwell. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 July 1887
Brassl ,anfl I1n Mor'ell, A meoeting of all interested in the for matin of a brass banid is 'Jorwell, calod by adtlvertisemettt took place in Milurdoelict s litel on Saturday Jith inst. 'hei'e were about 16 gentleman prenontt, i ald Ir Murdoch was voted to the chair. The chairman stated that le Iha noticed the a!dveritiseiment whicth was the esplana tio: of the m..eting, but those iresent, p.rhalts, k new more aboutthe matler thitan he dlid. At the caite tit he I consideredt that an etieient brass band would hb a great acquisition to the town. Mr \Waldon moved "'That an acsocinliun to b called the " lrorwell Brass Band Assoctia:tion" e formed in torwoll." Se conded bity 1ir Ilougihto tand carried. Mr Miurdooch was appointed President of the asoniariont, andil :essrs. h'intoul andl Cavanagh Vice-P residents. Meevsm. Ilowictt atnd ,turdoch wtere ap pointed to the illice of seeretary atd treasutrer resleectivels. .lues.rs. lionghtun, WVilson, Crinmins, jonur., and .1'ititoni, were appo...