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Hospital Treatment [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 18 May 1889
Att the last meotino of the committee lf I tnanagement 'bb to'e Gippshlnd Hos pitanl, a 'conillaint' as er receivcll from a former patiuent.of thu. institution, narned Ablestone, of T6ongtahbie , s to the manner in which lie had heen treated while iin thie hospitl. alis leotcr. to the president was as followns : 'l'onitabbioe April iath, 18s9. 'To the preidCent of GipslaSamrl Hspital. Dear Sir,-ln your capacity 0s ptvsident of the Gippsalnd Hospital, I owe yoru an explalnation, and 1 anin tnkii. tihe Ilrst opportunity of, doing sn,. ht tirst I must beg your indrlngence, for I am'anot an English schiolar, andr not likely to irt it it in proper form, hut I will tyT my cit4. It refers to my rtlrtryv i? the I loslpitl hnk thrnr [ am not, satisfied with my trcaturent. 1 could not write any mote at tait tiine, boeanusoI was not fit to he out of bed, and I only made an r' *re h pitnlu because I was full up of the over-hearing, uncivil; and even cruel treatment of the wanluman.* It is harl ...
ATHLETIC. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 18 May 1889
S ATH LETIC,. j Our readers are remindedtl that th? Cntholic School 'Sports are- to lie' hbld ext 1'Friday,. Queen's Birthlay'. Tihe very large, number ofT rntries, received render the success of th?e sprts, weather p'rmitting, a foregouRie conlcsin. In the evening a' grand 'oncert will takea pilnein' ?i, o of the Catholic . Schonl. Resides our well-knowt local favorites, the following ladies andt gentlemen will takeu l?rt `in. the concert, Mr.. blaisoin, Miss JJoslphlin' O'Brion, Miss L~ee (Sale). and Miss Alie A flie i, (Cirrowar). The merits of these Indios' as vocalists are too well known in teed enlarging upon hlolCe, and iin any case we tio not wish to bh netus ed of " painting the lily." The following gentlemen have also promised their services, Mr. Bronad hIrst, the well known organist of St. Peteois and Pauls' Church, South Melbourne, and Mr. E. Simpson, who has been described ans "the prince of eoniques," tlhe- great imetropolitanl favorito. Withl the attr?tltionn impliedt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 18 May 1889
Marriage, Laweanson & Laidlaw. MARRIAGE, LAWRENSON, AND LAIDLAW, CATTLE AILES EN, . STOCK, ES'I'A'I'E. FINANCIA ,A?ý.\) ul EKR. II. L'o311IUN 'NAll INTS. l'iiulllltinlls enarefully nmade. Ilntlis on uiul negoatieatedt . SStck Mihles held in all- the leading. centre:. C ?h 'iig S-ales properly conducted: 'r.tt'tpr ties for i-ale in thist and atl ottiutg'tdilstricts. OFF i' S i: Traranln .and ttr??,ll. - Anctiloeers:' -' J.I. 1 t. l t.L Wv and It. L. l.Awni.? . lOMORWl*LL, i MON-liA .1AY A20. M AR1RIAG E. I.AWRE .tSO. n\ 1, lAIt LAW will sell at. their yard- 40 Cows with cailes iOt foot 20 I)ry ews t l :I.l r-oll steers ) - h, II 'uldles "0 IUt-r-old heifels 15 2 do steern, Alto, Horses and Pigs. Win. -Hamiltcn .& Co. W. Hamilton & Co. s'rocis, STA'TION, AND CO? MIllSSION ACilN'TS, SLI'l lOUII 1I "Lit.n" WA.lIIR AGUl I. H ? 012rtt: : S 70 QIueeti stre-t, elbutniriue. A U Cl'I l Sh s. conillteti d in tiy liart of flirlahuLd reglllarly every Satr day fort night a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 18 May 1889
BUSINESS SDIRECTORY Srhisumeats aoder tAia ead will is inserted for 2R. Od. per quarter. A DONALDSON, Merchant. The oldest, ." cheapest and best, Commerelal-road, Morwell. (lJAVANAGH t HARIIS, Cheap Cash Store. D espal?,G rae eronn ronmonger ,; &e_, Commercal-l'd, Morwerl. L E LLEHIEB Club Hotel,- Commer. .' E.cial.road. MorwelL Best brands kept. :Good stabllng. Commerclal-road, Morwell. J B.? MILLER, Hairdresser, Tobacco. • nist, and Stationer. Agent for all magauines and newspapers. Esery novelty senremd. Commereial.road,Morwell. , INTOULL, Blacksmith,. Wheel. J wright, Cbhurnmkker, Se., Commercial read, MorwellD. TOUi ENGLISH, Auctioneer, Stock and s station Agent, ltaton-street, Morwell. Charge strletly moderate. - *(ATSO? t CO., General Storekeeper .j. Commercial-road, Morwell. Boots and Sham a speciality. - j-ARRIAGE, LAWIRENSOIN t LAID IL lAW, Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Estate, Finan?ial, and General Commission Agents, Commesrial-road Morwell. SRS. WILSON, Fancy Goods De...
Gippsland Municipal Association. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 18 May 1889
The first meuting of tier rxecutvttl uommittse sf the newlv-fomnni Gilt'palandti hnicipalt As-oriition "\wasohld -t-0raral- 1 uo last \'1.anesaolr . Ie-fore procJ ditng , the transaction lof the .pt.?cid bIiiner e or whih they had b~lun called togthlir, he drlegtest front the ilif.arent ttiiiii)pI- 1 teS wt-ithl thu retpruticnteiita of thi Gil~pp •hore aI prhuelimrinr" ntl.sin;gsi' hel .l U'r. tidveunlsc b was voted to the clair n the imotion of Crs. Mclntosh and Land " . t oS TheserelfvIpmto, ?[: ?ut·ldlrcil of the errclani.Shtlre read in letter fromt the ire-itont if theTrtiLslon srire regretting his itablilty to hl l:tsent ii ronsoseqoene of'f his l'iursenicehi tin reqIlired on e-depita.ion to he rtcei't" bytt tlh' Minilser of iallways th:it day,t and inviting tihe deleoiteg'andt snIItiern If; tihe l'ress to partake olf his hospttitaly in'thle shap ef uncheon at the Graed uitidtionlllontel. ' Letters were also rucaivAI from ite shires of Olmeo, UBirnsdahl, Abierton and Woorayl re...
LICENSING COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
LICE\SINO COURT¶S. Roseltl e, Illth, nt IU no.. for licouoing Ifitrteto j of Iotttlntl. TotgtblbIt, Tonjll, Iltytwol,, ull Bttdtlny 1ILvtr. Trnrelgun, 23tlb U n., for Ile2uai ngCtrk rltto of Tmnnlfigon. Loy' Ywg, MoOI\Voll, Narracnu, Ylbnly Creek null \Poornyl. C . OR VU,. Clerk of oun f outs
The Irish Envoys. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
A meeting was heid at Muadoch' lintel on STueeday night to make preparations f,,r the reception of Mr. Deasy,t the oenvoy f tl e Irish Horne Rule Party to Australin. The Rat. Father Curran wra voted to thua chai-" atd cxplained the object for which th,* m.,;ting had bren called. The followi:.g r.tll melt wore elected members of a comlmittua to make filnal arr.cngelmetlto in conotlrcio with t:, viait rof M;:1 Dea?sy: titeooa. W. Iat :", O'Gorman, J. Ryat, N. O'Connor, Quiliey, Gtea, In. anid the hel . tmani. with lwrter to odd to th.ir number, to r:preoelt Meorwell so the central committe , M.r. J. Enlish woa appointed secretnry t,. thll cinomiteec, and *50 ilvntractled to wrl . to the followil:n gentlemen, ?king them o nsist in to alltitlr tie mtovrement' ? wH?k y r.,rewentatiee as possible :-l-Ml srr. lidd I McCarthy. IDonoghue, D. Ityan, P. Kelly :nd W. .E. titson (Trarntgn), l1i:. , tl'G rady, and O'Connor (i1irboo), T. W'ai ,. .J. C.till. J. K?htl, J. Br.eel, P. Wa;l,, :nd T. Bo...
Thorpdale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
iTiorpulal . (F 0011 o va tb COc I'urDNoE?O.) The 11peniflh of tito Thiorphl·lu NIecl laLOLC Instihhute tud: place on Friday rornindng, My 10th. with a conccrt aulI oll, :,bl by tih tl ol liar wortly chair man, MIr;. Nlcalahnn, seo,~ to , whom tmj too oh praise catittit ho trivun, ia genil tot tootrtlv prng.uo Vimtn a go through. Trhe followinti iit i-OvootLir... Mr. Daviesn Sin le trapoti, Mr. Purryl'g [chta. tit,, Mr. fi. Dnmtroeq ; Snga,. 'Nrt. l)iol;eonvon Suog;,"Killlrr"v \ t. Curtt, r; rt;1ffiL, N ArtlLtiL ftrwell 1 tolii oul LI Nlis lo · lN om~er; Suog, "Lot LLs lil." . ntldicr f.Tlld' Mr. I'nneii Siqi" "ull' iinr re~r dirink toimy'ituther,' Jiii r Mi we a La r. Mir. r. FL aE.n ic Mm LI. rai~cnu ` iati'-.t t'iin r an Silr. Mrceno :%r.'I' iincrit n,& 31r.. ai ti i;:ur! r'n Iv iti"Ca andi iiu;" All. Pt I. Mri. I i;ck."nwnt; Sri d . Da1" in? tr:::k-s r1 )I, ýI:":."r j l':i·\' .iln~l ..tcDo;n ll ; 5"nt;;, -ini ti tirnin *rrr tii. ?iuIICn en: lrml, `, 1 Ii , tI. ' yle t. ý...
Childers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
S, O hildors. i o?i0?6ui dowk COtEFSPOrD , T;) "Tldliglo ro'vory quict Ip~hlIoro; thlere `nt --i sujbdt " of 'pilblic. intlhreet to talk about. T have not noticed any hp pearanec of thoegrubs this season as yet. Perhaps ihey ro 'btter ktiown under the title of " take'all." If so 1 can only say thonamo.is'.:vcry.. appropriate,- oq. theoy litoratly deotroy I tegranta dow to the very ;roots.' t'is'generally ueoloss for Any of tihe farmers to save a paddock of grass for winter feud.' 'f they do, the take-alia have it all destrnevd by the time it is wanted for the cattle, and when the takoe allil hliv eaten iop n geood paddock of grass, they are not fit for nnmarket, so there is no profit in tthem. As the greater part of the naembers of tihe MJ.LA.,xrplcetei to, be away at the fdototball detchl at-tonrwoell on Setulnrlav, it wi decideed to0old thIe Associatio n neeot. ilg on Iridaiy eveonulg, bt, there were not enoughr mllober presentto huld a meeting,
Speculation V. Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
Slpecul:rtioll V Farlitlg, " o The high prices that are rllng for cereal- shi:ll, t.nd to indnce farmners in c Gippltndl , and es },c-q 'lly those,, na:Tret Z thei railwr.ti lita,.-, t i take an ei 'rt to "ci tiv.,tu as"' r ,: :t i ar. as pi ,-t ; e. lit s.ne lurts of this. di.riet, frm?..-s re falt vinig It'e l I in o?rler to brinu it r ,v r th:" f :t -M:,:, d l t ti lot .t di : 'i',tit , that lii,:ed .,r-.t [well tilled e gii u for Il. r- priiia e l?t -i thao n .itit e:ill n : ti !sl t ire rI , not pro"iily tosm ?,d. 'Tr: -ma.e::t da'hc: k t pro.r tit. thel ftr:iing t the man':ta for eutriv .t-| ing mire than the cv.gdile c.ritrt and t , lhe n:j.,rit" of tha Victoriam tillers of the soil are suhj.:: to, and ohiervatin f h .la: ,insitr.td l sel - I ??i Iliover t agit that the highest wheat avtnr.:e yiIlds atre ahway:.s.obained fnom emll well-tilled field,. It in the ilivge grower-the m.in with his 300t and 4i00 acres inder cr, t -who comttains of tihe bad seasons "Ind larw price, a...
PETTY SESSIONS COURTS. MAY, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
IEITTY SPSSIO[S COURTS. 11AY, 1809. nooell,1^, rridny, 10th~at 10 9011. Sumlmon."i~ suedel uverv Friday. " Tootatht to, TneoLhy 7th. at "I n.to. Stttotootrto I ml Tuodnty, 30th Aprl. t "Hoytahttt, Thutotay, 8th, oh t 11 jo. Suluutoiotttt hottoti Tuotttt.. 39th Attttt. "O totnl, Thurstty, 10th, 0.30 o.m. Sbmmonstoo Ittotd tt wdal 8th. lto t Tnotolgot,, tottly Wttdnttto, at 10 n.m. Som tonse motttttootdasy. 9 to 12 nott. 3(oe, Thlursday, 30t, 10 ant. Euwwo11aic ljluod Tue~dnt", 21tt. 3ltohoo Nortoh. Thttttdoy, tl8th, 2 p.t. Suo-. 1o9000 Intued Monday. 6tt,.
The BULLTIN on the Irish Envoys. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
Tite $rLl, tn'r ? oit the Irish I~it el2s. At Sydlrry, on M.onidy alfernnnn last, the hdegliatrs to Anstralia of the Irich National Parliarenatary pa t addlrcsaed thl ' hitzget and .mtst nthui':Iatic a,,lien,. every paiked into any thlatre in An.tali:L. 1\iher thie itthi.reris visited Sydney a f ,t?e arsa:ro they couirl g?r t no theatre, to speal inl filr, apart from any pe?rr Il feeling, which might ivre actuated thee proprietors or lessees of the available ipl es of public ent.rtrinment, thirt wias the tact that both the i.nees andl.the wih drawal of theatrical liences were at tie? discretlion at Czar Parkes, who hid.1 on more than one ccalsna tllaunte.l in maaIger' faces a despotic pnirter rvthich enabled himn to gal; his politica:l a nmpents. On Mondaytir the i ria arl syntlh:ors nyvi in tier iMajesty's Theatre: tihen the Iied rrollla were Ilernl there way but nee larue building which tihe anthrites wo:tIdl readily have plc.ed at their disp~alt-ller Majesty' Ganl. Yet, though pu...
HAZELWOOD v. YINNAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
Tho atnroe mrtch will he pla;el to-dlay on the Yintnar ground, vwhen the fn!lwing twill represent the reep,ctivo clubs: lDl)onnhl, Thompson (2), Sitr (), lentchell (2), Willan, 1Watson (2), 3M'Farlnne, Porter (2), Floewin Loder, [?ir hairn, ltichardsa, Crn. well. Cotteril, Aldrich erlllllrreneiea - .'lraner, T? nlprson, Shteaw Gill; (do!o (2), Gray. The Yinnar teart will be ce, mp:?sad of the followting: Franrci (2). North, TRrnside, Ogden )lorrell, koh-ins (3), O'llant (2), Pear.sn lltnstteard, Fairbairn, P.tteraon, D.!) Ilichards (2), Edney, Bondl, Firmin ; atnorgenlniea -- Cummings (2), Mooney Koanig, ?.thill, Leech, antId a?utlrr. MlOttwE'L v. .\WALtA.LLA. The tentm to reprosent 31nMrwrll in the intch oni Sar?tm?lay. tR :3th inst.. ,will be chosen from the fllowint. whto ar. riL?est(od to tarn upi, at 2.:0 sharp:-Mrturo (crapt), lJmae (2). Vary, Iteruel. (Ieach. TIeur:, C"rimmn itr. ulmbh1sont, Porter, Smith (2), Nild., O'lConnor. Slheg. O'Grman, Crtzicr, Maemilhrn. .\tAlister, ...
CUP FIXTURES. FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
CUP FIXTURES. FIUNT IlOUND). SATURDAY, MAY 25'rI[. \VarraInl v. Mac, at Moe. Trnuralgon v.Thlorldule, at~ Traralgnn. Mlorwell, a l.ve . Sarunn~lr, uau: Is-r. Morwall v-. M.,, ait Marall. T rarl- on v. \\ orragol, at \Vitrragul. Thorplola a it bye. SATURDAI,.Y, JUNH 15'1-11. Tlhorplale v . Moo~, tit Moo. Warrt 0l 1. AIoararll,at orolrell. Truralgoln, it Ilvo. SArtullay, .lust; 22u,. 'ratoulgon v, loarwoll, at Mtarvelil. i I aorialan v. rragil, at Warragal -':trarn oiatchc=, or tIe second rand w\i1l Ij,. vko crir.
THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
TIIE, RAIIAWAY COMMISS1ONIERS INIICUVL WE 1). On leaving tlro Postulns!er-ncna ma tile dt1)totioil to. tralnm t Spencer-strcct, and Iax".tTro Baiwnihy (,aminniaoners. They b:ar ei:i1y \lin:!. F r:r and (In'h and tuc~ r~t:nr tl":ru:= iu dr `. tn3:I eaid they desired to bring under the com missioners' notice the necessity of proriding certain accommodation at the Morwell ItRilway Station. They fitat of all desiredl to ak; for permission to bore for water inside the railway rtsurre. He (Mr. Mastin) had alreidy mecu the Chief Secretary, anll lo wa, preparcu to give them a borilg necl,rli, Will 3.4ist them. Mr. Ford: Who is it that wnnts to bore ? M.r. Maoin : The to'.-nspe.plo. Mir. Fr.l : Are they an al a?eintiin of any kild : V;hat p..io tiont do th3y hold ! Mr. Ma?on : 1No, they are not a!, a-Sila tion,. but a ipublic m.e·ting wea hhl a: horwell at cotple of wee l;3 o a', t whichi certain r'iolutiont- were uIassed exprdsiong a view- in favorof having a watetr sutpply for the town. -D...
THE MINISTER OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
TILE .MINISTER OF MINES. At noon on the following day (T'lhrsday) Mc.?rs. Murdoch and Kinder, intcootp.mied byy MeLrs Murphy and M:asn,1.M.'o..A., 'n. terviewed the mIitloter of MilnIs with regard to a diamlnd drill to be used boring for water. Tioe Minister said it wao scarcely within hri province, but a 3Mr Muirdt:h had ',entiioned the fact of hoal undori'jing the townshi p I',woutld see that tIr. .Unrra reported shortly.
THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 25 May 1889
TILE MINISTER OF JUSTICE. After lunch the deputation proceeded to interview the Minister of Justice, but on arrival there it wan found Mr. CUnthburt had mistnken the date, antd wsn away onl other huoiness. Mr. liarriman, however, speaking for him, said the department were perfectly willing to gront the request f.r a cour-. house. provided the postal anthorities shared the expensoe ann to land. The deputatiotn then withdreoc.