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OUR LOCAL MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

OUR LOCAL MUTUAL IMPROVE MENT ASSOCIATION. (TO THE iDITOR OF THE MORWC:LL AD VEnTISER.) StR,-Little has been done (of late) in Mutual Improvement work. Of course tie weather has been so unfavorable that numbers in the country have found it difficult to attend. But apart from this thoro are other difficulties of a graver na tore, viz.-lethargy and disinterestedrnes, which appears to be slowly but sure'v crushing its vitality and infiuence in our midrlst. If young people, both males and females, had the slightest eonception of the good which must necessarily accrue from mutual improvement they would eagerlv come and help us. A number of people run away with the idea, that we are always pulling long faces, reading prayers and reciting psalns. This is untrue. The aims and objects of our Society are-to deepen the tone of morality, to perpetuate intellectuality, and inflame social and re ligious interest. Our basis is a good one, it has worked admirably in other parts, and I sec no reason...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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THE SKYE CROFTERS. (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

(TO THa lDITOR MORWELL ADVKITISSR.) -0 THE SKYE CROFTERS. SIR,-I read your admirable article on the above question, but there are a few points in theotransaction that I bshould like to be made a little more clear. Is the Government expected to hand over 70,000 acres to Mrs Gordon Bailie for her to dis tribute amongst the new comers ; or is the area to be open to all the colony? p lacing allon the same footing, old, as well as new chums ? What is the agreement to be entered between her and the Skye men? How do we know but the enterprise is the work of a syndicate to clear away on the quiet those hardy and thrifty Scots from their island homes.? and by a little crafti ness make them as bad as ever ? To place a lady in the front is no doubt more likely to enlist our sympathies with her scheme and bring them into a successful issue. The other day the Chaffoy Brothers from Canada came here, brought forward their irrigation scheme, the moisture of which seemed to have effected the brains ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

CURRENT NEWS. -- .- INQUEST ON TilE BODY OF CIllAilrS iGADD.-A. W. Ilowitt, Esq.. '.M., held an inquest on Tucsday last, on the body of Chrlves Gadd, whose mysterious disappear a ace sCeveC wetkssi nc caused so much sunsation. The body was found in is back water of-the Narrnaan creuk, where it had been carrieid by the strong current which was t llood at that time. The body wasnin a very advanced stage oftdecomposition when found. Evidence was given that the de easedi wao subject to epileptic fit*, and the evidence of Dr. MidtgSomtery, who held.ai post mortem xanmination clearly showed. that the cause of death was by drowning. A verdict was returned in accortancu with the mcldical testilnlly. EL.Ctos MATTF.us.-TThe extraordinary vascancy caused by tile resignation of Cr. English, and his dcterinhintion to contest the sent of Cr. Firmnin caues a complexity that may alter the intentiions of thof e who hlave deturmilned to run for otice. It is inot improbable that Mr Walsl will nnw iprf...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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LAST SATURDAY'S MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

LAST SATUIIDAY'S MATOn.-otne of: the most amusinggames of football-nave the mark I took place on Saturday Inst at the Show ground. The contest wa8 hcetwccn TI'hlorpdal al thie local teallm. 'rhoc grodiind wan in a terribly aloppy slato, anr rlnnilog with the ball according to the robe cwas on imphossbility. Miuch fatn was indtuligd i nat the unusual number of falls resultilg in cold douches, from which not a single player seemed to In cxcempt on either Bide. Of course any scientiftlc play cotuld tnot le showin. Thi waes a it as a really good team roprc. seclltec blhto sidle. Tih game resullcil in a win for Thordale biy t goal t bchindi cto M1orwell's ;1 behind;,

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

-CHIT CHIT. -o Mfr Hlowlett returns tanks to those ;entletmen who rendered so pronmpt an tssisltantce in extinguisltg the fire on ii, premises yesterday. In another colhun w be seen the ilnounlcenent that Jr i. Sounlers in espouse to a very inuerously signed equisition signifies hli intention to :ontest th3 election ealsd by the resig nition of Mr English. Election mattedlihavet f vet reached r very definite form, as :i is understood l.hat there mayr be "a ch:uge of venue, uld that n!ew ompetitorswill come for ward. - - The brass band: associion will nmeet to-night at 7 p.m. at Itrdoch's hotel. It is expected that the bad-nlmaster, Mr Bturchell, will attend tie mneeting, and .rrange for commUeneneent of tuition and other preliminary malters. Our Morwell Bridge pot has written the completion of his ceebrated blank verse'productioin ', Canulower Tops." The cempletion of this ypetical effusion has been long-looked reward to, and .considerable-: interest ws manifested when its publicati...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Items of Interest in the Estimates for 1887-8. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

Items of Interest In the Estimates for 1887.8. Centennial International Ex Shilbition, Melbonrne .. .. £100,000 Building fund for free libraries and assistance to country museus .. . . 7,500 Subsidy to municipalities ... 310,300 Grant to charitable institutions... 114,558 Aid to Govermnent of New Guinea for two years 9,388 Bonus for tie first 10,000 yds. of worsted woollen tweeds in the colony ... ... 5,000 Jubilee celebration expenses... 4,700 Working Men's College ... 2,000 Share of Fedoral Council exps.... 893 Easter enealpuents, 87 and 88 ... 11,000 Improvements in Yarra River... 15,000 Rabbit extermlination .. 30,800 New Government Printing Offices.... ... 20,000 Erection of forts hatteries, &c.... 148,000 New lock-up. Melbourne 3,500 Zoological and Acclimatisation Society 4,000 Telescope for photographing stars ... ... ... ... 1,000 Prospecting vote 9. 5,039 Governnent Telephone zx cange ......... 30,000 Receiving home for girls ... 2,500 Wages of railway ofteciale, on...

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Mining at Kimberley. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

Mining att Kin btrley. " T+ - At the invitation of the'drectors of thei Jarkson' Reef ' Gold Minhg Company, several gentlemen asserntbed at Langlanls Foundry on Monday last fir the purpose of inspecting a new hattey which hat been tmntufaetured by that, irnm for tran.s mission to the comlpany's chia at Khinber Iny. The event was the iaure interesting inasmuch as this is thel fist miachinery which rlhas a ;et been constrctetd for the Kimberle-v field, and was ordered by the directors on the "strengtl if the recent crushing of a ton'of stone, which is stated to have yielded 49oz of pure gold. The battery is of 10 heads, each of which weighls 6 cwt. The mtuahirerv is litted with all the latest appliances, snai is driven by two 10-lhrse' vertical builers. Tihe mnchinery will be placed en board the .lenmnir. which leaves in a few days for Cambridgle Gulf, and it is anticipated that it w'll racih the chltim at theend of Sel ttomber, and that witlhin a mnortth from that dtIe it will to in ...

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Brass Band Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

B'rstss Band iteeting. This inedting 'was heli on Tuesday evoning last at Mr. MIlrdoch's Hotel, andl was well attended. The members' fen was fixed at 5s. and anil payments oe 'Is. weekly from the com menccllernt of taition. 'Tice President, 'two Vice-Presidents and several gentlemen were appointed an ex cctive committee to condnct the business of the Association, seven members to form a qlortnn. The secretary was instructed to obtain a copy of rules from some organised band for their guidance, also to secure a suitable building for practice. He was also re quested to write'to Messrs. Sutton Bros. for the terms on whioh they would allow allow ~2 brass instruments for the band. 31r. Burcholl, of Moo, was appointed bundmaster, and the meeting dispersed. Another'oeeting takes place this evening at Mr. Murdoclh's Hotel..

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How to Avoid Cold. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

How to Avold Cold; The following directions by an eminent physician, Dr. T. It. Allinson, are well worthj of beitig considered at this season of the year, whon we have such sudden changes in the weather, and the nights are often so bitterly cold : " To bu able to stand cold well," he says, "one must ent soch kinds of food as will give plenty of heat. and must also aclustom the system as much as possible to cold. Heat forming foods are rice, sago, tapioca, potatoes, and especially maize. I do not recommend fat. because It is difficult of digestido, but when used in moderarion it is useful. Oat meal porridge, eaten with butter and sugar, forms a good col.?resisting breakfast. Then rioe, with peas barley, apd a little oil and fat, make a good dinner ; whilst for tea some brown broad, with butter and preserve, will do well. To accustom the body to cold one mllHt not wrap up too much, but make the body adapt itself as much as possible to the cold. The human system possesses in the brain ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

Atlctihiu er ". Ad lret..e.s. STOOK STATION AND COMMISSION AG IENT IMEIDOUltE AND WARRAGUL UCTION Sales enn.lu,.etel in any part A of Gitp-.hlal reuhlarly every S;itar dlay fortihlit at eour v?al's. llaie Iiuln, and ,h'nday fertnight at nor Yards, Mr well, and minthly at \arra,ul. DeDrain and ',oo wn ng, alnd at tihe Melborne Corporation Yards, N?eworniarket, every week.l VAI'.UATIONS MADE MONEY TO LEND. IN LARGE ORI SMA.L SUMS ON FIIEE HOLD 011 LEASEIOLD ]Ir.. OFeCr.c: 70 Queen street, 7Melbourne. 1'UItTILC NOTICE. A BRAN=CH 0Of OUR BUSINESS HAS 1BEEN ESTABLISIIED AT cot's RBoal Hotel. WaVrragnl, under the MANAGE?MENT Or ltr. Charles Lousada Wm Hamilton & co, ' 0 Queen street. tMellDrne. iMIORWEL L MARKET. MONDAY, AUt;UST' I, 1887. WTT\I. IIAMILTON & CO. will hald ' their usual I ortnightly Sale at 'Iorwell. on Moilnd*ay, Augst 1, 1887, when they will offer r Cattle, Ilhrse &c. N.It.-Our rates for coimnission: ar- selling, 2 perI cent; guarantee, 2} per W T....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

Hotel potioes. OILDTWELL IFX;!MILY HOTiL.. ii `' 3 u oh W~·· ··;·::-ir iMIrur-~doh,1 .~ I' -.i (LATE OF "fCI (.RIITCI R' h OTEL.) I" W WA o116 atta tia kYda azAI Iii Peblie Uen raU7,y; thatIhe bo hauroheaaa tLai f rab u wno luaabjI anrd has thnrougiblx Iinoavutatod and newly For-. al t'l' t., ouIa Esiatow srs FSlTI'-('LASS ACC&OMODATION for Travellers, V*.tI ..: ·,· 1 . Whi~S d"ND SLEafM OF THE BINT -PROCURABLU 00 BANDS. MOMM316 AND BUGOIES -0N I1I181. L&flAJ56 PADDOOIOS FOR CUSTOMElIB' 1IO01SE1' OFLT. STABBING 'AND) CIýVILLITY GC ATIS. THli ,Q J T MOTOEL, M`sORWý' E.LLJ. ;ED 3XUiND -KELLEHER, 1'. '0-OP RI E T 0 P. TLKAR5 -(1A SS VK:CCCMMI 3.kATIIO"IN FOR VISITOBS AND C0DI {j' MEIIOZAL TRAYI3ILEOIS. 1 Spirits, Winos, and Ales, of the Choicest Brands, g jC!D STAB LIND. OOD) PADDOCKS. i I5isiw and Saddle Hanoi Altrtn-y~ obtainable on hire. CRTUKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, u" OIt W E.L L. hlenry -Breed, Proprietor, 4T A INU jnat" puruharedl this Irno.,l t Htrd, ) (l Whih for com...

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Commercial News. Farm and Dairy Produce. POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

Farm an'd Dalry 'Protuce. POTATO MARKET. Market stationary. The latest quotations £3 10a to £4 5s per ton. IETATT. MEAT. Beef, 44 to 7d; pork, 7d to ,14; mutton, lid to4d per 1b1 The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Company's Limited (Late Ilastings Con ingham and Comlpany Limited) Monthly Wool and Station Produce ioport. - Season 18m6-87 ) nor.--Tlhe quantity offered in this tmarket since our last report has been, as asnal at this period of tile year, very small. and litmited to unimportant parcels of country scoturedsd lots and a few oddmtents. Three sales have been held, at which a total of 29'i hales wore offered, 208 being sold to good competition at ruling rates. Prices were .atisfactorv considering the quality and condition of Iots offered, which wore in nitest cases mixed in quality and insig nificant. \Weo cleared our catalogue of 70 odd Iales at the fetlowing prices:--Greasy, inferior to ordinary, ebd. to 7d. per lbh. and scoured, of the same description, up to 121d I per ...

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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1887. The Budget Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

VOX POJ'PU I. . (PUBLISHED EVEItY SATURDAY). SArTUIDAY,.JULY 30, 1887. The Budget. Speech. THE financial position of the colony, as represented by MIr. Gillies is such as will cause deep gratification with re gard to the ' welfare of the colony,' as evidenced by its sound financial state. It is satisfactory, indeed, to find, that the year is started with a credit balance of £431,590, and tlhat there is a sum of £217,070 beyond expectations in the revenue, whilst the actual saving on money voted-but not expended-is put down at £2.49,759. The saving thus effected, and the increased amount of receipts in excess of expectation makes "up a handsome surplus of £.I066,829. The expectations for the present year's receipts is estimated by Mr. Gillies at £6,056,700, which, added to the ba l nce brought forward, and the recoups, make'a total revenue of £7,550,270. The expenditure as shown by tihe state roent is estimated at £7,445,4-40, leav ing a creditbalanco of £101,830, at the end of the y...

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Early Days in the Colonies. A REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

Ettrly Ih-yi hti he Coloules. .A RIEMINI3CENCE. " Wlhen I reached home I funnil a' riend oEf mline. the sheriff, waiting for inc. He "was terrible out of spirits, as -Ihe hall to :attend the execution next tnorriirg of four nien, olie of thetn for shOep-stedling, two for bushranging ; the .fourth mian'a case wits a remarkablo one, which, as I find it noted in my journal, I ?;ill relate us illus. "trativu of the manners and customrs (t the 'colony at that ,eriod. I dined with the sheriff that tiny, and tle attornev. Mr Kasay, who defendled the ltslrderer, ialpened 'to be present, and Ise was very" terry with the story, the more sta as the shleriff was out of sorts. The attorney goud-n?aturedly warted to raise his spirits witll storiesl ' o msurers and sticies and such like. I shall endeavour to give the. story in the lawyer's own words, for I confoess'taht, liorribli as it was, I could not help feeling an inclination to laugh at the tway in which it was told. Lawyers, howar'er, get c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

FLOUR MILL.. MAFFRA FLOUR MILLS. Fllwr, Pollarl. S leh sid' $alitof ?hibe ban be supplied at lowest price. THEPropriotor bge to inforni the pub lic'that his Flour is hii'urpissod in qiiality,?`a it is n?lnufauctiifed on the ap Sprove'd lIungarian svstomi'which admits of 8SIX DRESSING S. The Newest Ilungarinn M'achinery" i set up in the Mille, and the Flour is Mlanifactired by an Ex perimnced Miller from ;IHungary. A Trial is Solicited Which will Zstablish the Supeiori .Excellence cf the Production. tiurther Particulara in Future Ad vertisemont. Bran and Poollard In A.ny Quantity. D. I V;ifA *n, Freprittfr 1'1' Iiasiolllal. W. WALDON, Estate and Financial Agent, CO3IIIlIICIAL ROAD, MIORWILL. PROPRFTIER for Salo or to Let in all parts of Giplisland. ONEY to lend.in large or amall esms. A GNT for Colonial Mutual Life, and C.tommrcial Uni n Fire laauranoa Soeiots.a. A G"NT for MIerr. W. Haite nod Co. Mr. William Seymour "Ftrgie, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AND PROCTOR, May he consulted at Murdo...

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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

TO-.ORROW'S SERVICES. WF.St.E?EAN C nURCH. - Divine service will be conducted in the ahove church next Sunday as follows: Norwell, 11 a.m., Driffleld. 3 p.m., Moe, 7 p.m., Mr Algio. Latrobe (Tom's Bridge), 3 p.m., supply. PRESRYTERIA1t CuunclI.-Divine service will be conducted in the above church next Sunday as follows: Hazelwoold, I a.m., Hazelwood North, 2.30 p.m.. Morwell. 7 p.m. Stbjcct-' Re novation." MIr E. Eldridge. Cunlcu or ENstr.Asn.-Divine service will he conducted in the above church next Stnday as follows : Mlorwell. 11 a.m., and 7 p.m., 8. School. 3 p.m., -lr Edwards.

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Exposition of Horse Taming. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

Exposltion of Horse Tlamlng. An exposition of horse taming was given on Wednesday last by Professor St. Leger within an enclosure adjoining the Alexandra Theatre. The animal selected was a chestnut colt, furnished by Messrs. Barrett and Co., livery stable keepers, who asserted that the horse was one of a most intractable ch racter, that it had kicked two straps to pieces, and that it was almost impossible to place a set of harness on its back. Professor St. Leger undertook, within the space of a few minutes, to cure the animal of its kicking propensities, and to proceed about the bnsiness without resorting to measures of cruelty or ill treatment. The method adopted proved exceedingly effective, and was carried out without the use of whip or pole so freely relied on by trainers who have previously exhibited their powers in London. Professor St. Leger's plan in the present example was perfectly simple. Ke first of all placed a strap round the near fore foot fetlock, and by passing ano...

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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

Topics of the Day. THe financial statement was preceded and succeeded in the Leg'slit:ve As sembly on Tuesday by a slight passage at arms between the Government and the Opposition, consequent upon the dis courtesy and obstruetiveness of thie mem ber for Brighton. It is usual on oc casions when the Treasurer is prepared to make the annual financial statement to set the preliminary hbusiness aside, so as to afford him a clear and uninterrupted field for the discharge of a duty that is never, under the most favorable circutlu stances, a pleasant one. It is in the power of one member to withhold the courtesy, but on Tuesday last both Mr. Carter and Mr Bent took advantage of their privilege to prevent the budget statement being given until after the preliminaries were gone through. Mr. Carter objected because he desired to place a question on the notice paper for a subsequent sitting, but Mr. Boat had no such excuse, and, indeed, frankly admitted that he declined to allow the usual cours...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 30 July 1887

Amusenleltts. CIHURCH OF ENGLAND. MIORWELL A Cake Fair Will be held about end of, NOVEMBER. Full particulars in future issue. CHAS. P. NIND, Hoe. Sec. SHIRE NOTICES. SIIIRE OF TRARALOON. RATES. NOTICE is hereby given that the names of all persons who have not Paid the rates by them on or befoze the First day of August, will ba hrnded to the Shire solicitor for collection. JAMES CAMPBELL, Shire Secretary. SHIRE OF TRARALGON. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF DOGS. UTNLESS the Registration Fee on Dogs is paid before the Filst Day of Augusr, legal proceedings will be taken for their re covcrs. JAMES CAMPBELL, Shire Secretary. TRARALGON SHIRE POUND. IMPOUNDED at TRARALGON, by the Herdsman- By John Draffin Esq. 1 grey horse (gelding), JL near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, will be sold August 6th, 1887. JAS. DUNBAR, I'oundkeeper ELECTION NOTICES. SHIRE OF TRARALGON. WESO RIDING. EXTRAODINARY VACANCY. A N Extiodiuary Vacancy having oc curred in the representation of the West Riding, owing ...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

ToHn EILtCTIOS.-Th estate of election matters so far as cegards the' We.t tiding should be fairly gleaned from the full report of the meeting on Thursday last which ap. pears in our columns. In the other ridings no contest will take place, as the old coun. cillors were returned unopposed,.as also was Mr onmmers a candidate for the extraor dinary election in the'West riding. In the Narracan Shire Council the only contest will bhe betwooeen Messrs. 0. W. Howlett and Powell, all the others" retiring members regaining their seats without opposition. NoTE.-r'Prrssre on ourpace compels us to hold over our Walhalla correspondent's I letter asnd other matte: of impertance.

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