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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

LETTERs TO TEE EDbITOR TO CORRESPONDENTS. (Our celumns are always open to t~he public for expression of opinion, pro vided the correspondence is temperate in character ; but we wish it to be dis hrincty ~sdersteed that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions thereis expr.ssed.1

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr Sommers, [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

Mr Sommers, on coming to the front of the platform, was greeted in a most complimentary manner. He thanked those present for the very gracious reception accorded to him. He expected that night to have to address them as a candidate for office, but it had just come to his knowledge that the ratepayers had paid him the high compli ment of returning him to the council un opposed. lie felt very grateful to them for this mark of conldence, for in return ing him thus, they had taken himn for what he was worth. He was well known to all ofthem, and he would neosre them that no grounds for recrimination would ever be given to bring charges against himn for using unfair means to gain an end. lie could say, he could work with any member at the council board, but a great mistake would be made, if it were expected that lhe would lend himself to hanky panky practices He hoped to show by his efforts on their behalf, that he deserved the confidence re posed in him by returning him unopposed. The ap...

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 — 6 August 1887

THEs SKYE CROFTERS. (To TN 1 oDIT?G MoaWELL ADVa'rlsaIL) SiR,-In your o uIwns last week I o, served a letter from A Morwell Native, cautioning care in dealing with tile question of settlement of the Skye crofters. A Morwell Native evidently fears some ulterior design of a graspingahn syndicate lies in the background. It may he brought to the mind of A Morwell Native, that the land policy of the country is to cut up the waste lands of the colony into large pas toral areas, which may still be obtained in slme cases for a very trifling amount of money. The land granted to Mrs Gordon Bailie is' to all intents waste land, and it must.be assumed that the Government will see,'tlh?t there will be no dummny element in respect to the crofters relcaiming the land for the benefit of Mrs Gordon-Bailie, ornny syndicate of which Morwell Native evidently fears she is the sadvance agent. Indeed, it would be hard for any syndicate now to obtain possession of land by a means similar to the proposed "e...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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PETTY SESSIONS. FOR AUGUST, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

PETTY SESSIONS. , ! FOR AUOU3T, 1887. Heyfield, ?aturday 6th, 11 a.m. 8um mouaes inaaud Mlonday 1st. Traralgon, Wedneasday. 10th and 24th, 10 a.m.; summonses iesued Fridaya 5th and 9Lth. ' Morwell, Wednesday 17th, 9D.0 a n.; aummnonmes issued Friday Mlth. Mo,, Svturday 20th, 9..00 n.m. Sam monses issled Monday 15th. Mirboo North, Wednesday 17th, 2 p.m. Sumlllmmtornsem ilsu.?ld Friday 12th. W ~,e:l'' Clort; M&iO. atm'dai' '20th, 9 a.m.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

CIIIItENRI' :EWS. FLoODruii; or1 TIE O GOUtr.BOOcLr r-I R. Wi -TLe whole of the valley downwards from A. i Woods Point to Yes is covered with water. 2wn Considerabl.- damage has been caused, hut du the extent is not so great, as it would have been had this portion like the lower been applied to agriculture. In one 'case 100 Th Seres of cultivation was completely swept he away, and human life has been endangered,, one man is accounted missing. The season h has been a ruemarklably wet one throughout, ini as rany be judged,.that the averageo of the ce: work done by the navvies on the Alexandra tit line has not reached four days in a fortnight. 41 Anticipations arer formed of n very large 8 flood in tie Itirray. At Nunsurkah seven thci smiles of roadwiay i under water, and hun- of dreds oferesoefcrmpdestroyed. AtJamieson on one large bridge has been swept away, and lis a nimber of other bridges in the I[owqua cl Shire has beent injrr'd, :whilst the loss of tin part of the railway line' ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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In Memoriam. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

Ii Nlembriam. Dedicated respectfully by a loving friend, to the parents of little blMnota ,JoIwTro,:who was drowned, at Morwell, on tho 31st July, 1887. She is gone from us, deprted. Left this world of yin an wne;: Left her parieat broken-hearted. Clile the atih we all miusr go. Gone into the roa!m ,aove, Where the hlenssd ane?l standtd. Where all is peace anld joy and love in the far.off Better Land. Au nlpel now in IHIavenly HIall, She stands in white array Paid the delit required of all. The debt we all mlust py. O fed then ,:h~ er her parents hearl., Arid dry those tears away; For they shall meet no more to part, Upon the Jaudgment Day. A.B.lW.; Merwell.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Mr Walsh. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

Mr Walsh. on coming forward was received with continued acclamation. IHe said in response to -,wumerouely signed:requistion he had resolved to offer himself for election. It had been. rumoured that he intended to withdraw from this contest, and contest the extrodinary election, but snch a thought had never entered his head, as he never inteded to take a back seat. He Intended to o-oto the polL He would say that in private lifo the other candidates and himself were on themost intimate and friendly terms, and it would be'no fault of his, thlst these friendly relations should ever be disturbed. His contest on this occasion was on purely political grounds. He felt impelled to come forward, because the finances of the Shire had been badly controlled. He had sonc'experience of council life-both as a councillor, and a president, so that he' would not require to remain for a time on probation whilst Im learned the dilties of a councillor. He did not blame Mr English so much for not bei?ag :...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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An Insulated Town. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

SThe Aloxandra-road,-in consequerice of hoavy showers is in a fuarful state, and practically ipassahlo fir vehicle,. IlThtvy rains fell on the hills at intervala dnring; Wednesday afternoon, and a strong burly of water is comintg down from the upper parts of, the valley, in addition to that which han already reached the river. The bridges an'I funces near Alexandra have been damtagerd, hlt on the whole no really serilet injury to property has arisen. . Thirteen people, wore cuteoff in a hot ahdit 'half way betwoeen Alexandra and Yea, blt got away hofore the flood rose to it full height, Altillin;wnrutlilthe waters rose nearly to the- lar '"oitnter in M'Cor imack's lintel. Alexandra until to-day tha been cut off from all contmunication; with the outer World aince Batilrdav, thet teleo grasph poles halving been swept away in places, and cnmmnunication interferel rwith. It appears thut tere,woaw,no one with the Chinamen rescued byh Mr M]'leinsh, hut, none the less his action is doservi...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

Auctioeer's AddereiM s. w. Hailt & Co. STOCK STATION AND COMWISSION AGBNT . MELBOCINE AND WAiRACGUL A UCTION SalN condluctl in «ny part of GiFpldandl regKlarl1y ever Satur tlaY fortaighlt at our yards, Buin Buln, and Mo;iday fortniglt at our Yards, Norwell, and monthly at Warragul, Drouin and Poon W"ng, and at the Mellourne Corporation Yerdo Newmarket, ovary week. S VALUATIONS MADE itONEY TO LEND. 'I LARGE OR SMALL SUMS ON FREE HOLD OR LEASEHOLD HiAD OFrlCr: S70 Queen street, Melbourns. PUBLIC NOTICE. SiRAICTE H OTUR BUSIlESI H19 BEIEN ISTAX?TSTIED .xT cot•'s .tRyal Hota!, varatgal, tnmde the MI.'NAaERMENT r1r. Char'ler 7oL iada Wmn Hamilton A co, 70 Queen-street. Molbnnrne. MO.BWELL MARKET. SMONDAY, AUGUST 45, 1887. 'W M. H.AMILTON & CO. 'will hold their iimsal Fortnightly Sale at Mlrwell.on ,Monklay,Auguitll5,::1887, when hovv will offer : SCattle, Horoe,;&c. 'N~B.-3-Oitr rates ffnr commission are-: slling, 2 .ler cent-; guarantee, 2) .pr; sent. WM. .HAMILT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

Hotel Hotice S MORWELL FAMILY HOTEL. S W. Murdoch, -' " OF 'THE CRICKETERS'- OTEL.) BlO? t iam foi hi ai?iireruiimrrimnds the PeiblBe Utnomlly, that he Ias Purclaed Bi de abtvei welaLmowtu HdseikerYv mad IotH tuIroug-hlyulwUmlutod and newly Fur i: : : d it T''roeBttlatI u iTww *ir F IIwTr-LASS ACLOtMODATION for Travclers, - 'FIRiT-cGLAsa ALCOC a BILIARD TABLE SWkhN AND .SrAii'a OF THE BOST ,PROCUIRALE BRANDS. SMOB8B AND BUGOOBS ON HIRE. GRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' IITISES ONLY. STABING AND, C1VILITY GRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL, MORWELL. EDM-U N D K E L LE HE R, PROI 0P I T 0 II. FIYBT-t»A8S ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND COM MEKIICIAL TUAVELIERS. S All pits, Win., and Alea, of the Choicest Brande. GOOD STABLING. GOOD PADDOCKS. . Buggiets and SuAle 'Horses Always obt.inable on Hire. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, SI MOI? WLL. S ,:.: . Henry Breed, Proprietor, H AVI just pir ?Tli. tlhi, famousi Hotel, Which fr oxnftlrt and corder all others excel; My l'atr,,n will find I at willing and able To ...

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Farm and Dairy Produce. Messrs. White, Stevenson and Co., Auctioneers and Produce Salesmen, 30A Queen street, Melbourne, report:- [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

SFarn anud Dairy I'roduice. ,Messrs. White, Stevenson and Co., Arc tidneers and Produce Salesmen, ,30A Qu?eon strdet; Meltburne, report : \o change of importance iu values of either farm or dairy produce sincue hat week. : WH\KAT is Ieing disposed of at ,a light ] reduction on late qiuotations. At our sale of dairy produce we had a I capital attendance, and obtained the fol lowing prices :-Fresh print butter fromnt .Itd to 16#d ; second anrd mixed lots from lid to 13d per lb. Potted Butter : beat to hand 82d per lb. Old potted 2d to 5td. Cheese : Prints 5d to' 7cd ; second Iuality old lines 2d to 4?d ; difficult of sale.: Eggs is 5d to Is 61d per dozeon. Honey` 3d to 4}d. Prime bacon 7½d to 81d per lb. Ham. 81 to 9d ; carcase pork41d to 5 d; Turkeys 8s 6d to 15s 6d per pair ;ducks bt 3d to 6s 2d ; fowls 3s 3d to 5s ; wheat ts 7Ad to S3 9.d ; oats 2s 8}d to 2. 10d per bushel ; chatf, prime £4 12s 6d ; bright straw chauf £3 per ton.

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Narracan Shire Council. Friday, 29th July. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

Nrtiiriaatt Shirle 'ELCntiil. ej Friday, Wi'th July. o Pre- nrt-Cr. Vary (appoin'ed Cha:irm:inl in the alrsence of thre President), and Cr,. is Moore, Stanton, Pope, Guaech, Howlett, and Robinson. On the miinrutes of previous moeting ri being read Cr Moore moved, and Cr. Pope ri ecoonded,-"That the minutes be con- c firmed, with tile exception of resolution having reference to purchase of road l: through Geo. Langhorn's land, Parish of w Darnam; carried. M CORRESPONDENCo. From W. Ashby, stating that ihe would t want £5'per acre for land required of him p for road to Mr Evans'. To be asked to allow his offer tostand over till commence ment of next financial year. Front J. J. Willie, Thurpdale, stating that McDonald's Track, near hie land, was completely blocked by fallen timber; Engineer to get tres removed. From J. Treblecock, applying for per nmission to tmake a crossing ever footpath ; granted. From A. E. Spencer, Yarragon, applying for permission to construct a tramrway from Iis ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

TO-EORRDW'S SERVICES. WISLYTAI. ChURCh. - Divine service will be conducted in the hbove church iext Sunday as follows : HIaelwood, 11 a.m.; HIuelwood North, 2.30 p.u., Morwell,.7 p.m. Rev J. MlcBride PlIosYTraSLN Cacnoa.-Divine service will be conducted in the above church next Sunday as" follows: Morwell, 11 a.m.; Boolars, 3 p.m. Yina r 7 p.m. Subject-Aaron's rod. Mr E. CunRco -or ExoLAtn.--Divine service will be conducted in the ahove ebhrch next Sunday as follows : Yinnar, 11a.m.; Drifleld, 3 p.m.; Maor well, 7 p.m.; Mr Edwards. Evening text -"The Lord gave, and the Lord hath takeo sway.".

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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1887. SAWMILL PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

t . %jorwel '.. uertistr. T VOX POP ULI. (PUBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY), h S SATCHDlIAY, AUGUST f, 1987. SA IVMILL PR O 'IO? [ .. A v:rt.iaxo of intense satisfaction should be experienced by the public at j the intimation of Mr. Gillies, that somne thing onght to be done to protect the timber trade by a revision of half the tarilf. As matters at present stand, t the business of saw-milling is in a mori bund condition. With l'the grand fo rests of magiificeitt timboar:rithin our Province, it is pitiable to see the busi ness languishing to so great a degree, t that unless some remedial efforts, be timade, the almost total extinction of the c trade will he tie nutcomet, This is wholly duo to the distressful competition to which the trade has tbeen subjected. In 188 , the " Timber Yard Employees Union" estimated the lohns t tthe cutting c trade of LI,S00 alone, iand this. loss appears to arise front tile importation I of timber dresed by foreign labor, placed in competition at a price whic...

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Magisterial Inquiries. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

A mn-gisterial inqutirv on the death of William Joshuas leech, was held before T. A. Rogers, Esq., J.P., on T'resday, Angust Ian 2nd. The following evidence was ad- on duced :- or Arthulr Broadle, sworn, deposed, That he was an apprentico to Mr J. T. Kinder, la carp?nter. "Le remembered 31st July.h Trhe eceased, \Vi iinmn Josla Leech, ndl he went for a walkrabout 3 p.m., in the to neigh bourlood of 'Mr Cranwell's farm, at tr lazelwoed. Whilst on our walk we saw of a bear in a tree. The tree was about 18 cn inches in diameter at the butt.. The de- ti ceased saidl h would climb the tree for at thle bear. lie started and climtbed about 40eeot., There wore no branchels until he P got up about 1) feet. Witnesse cautioned f him not to climb any higher than what he di then was. lIe was then sitting on it branch of the tree. 1II had1 previously gonbe ,l t al on this brancli, iand waIs. haking it to r( shake the hbeir downn.t ie . thou?ht iheo heard rthe branch cracking, and ihe returned clo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

FLOUR MILLS. MAFFRA FLOUR MILLS. Floir, Bran, Pollard. Cplendid quai.y ,1[ slonr ear h supplied 1J at l?w?est price. ICTTE TProprietorl egt f to infurm the lmb Sliec that his Flour is unsurpassud in ,uality, asit is manufactlred on the up provud .lungarian systum.v, hlch adumits ,d S IX DRESSING S. 'jihe Xeuwest Hlungarirmn 1Mac7dnery "is •et up in tie Mills, end fire .Flour is Munufatctureil'by an Er periencted Miller fjom Jlungary. A Trial is Solicited Which will Eatablsbh the Superior Excellence of the Proadtion. Fourther-Partlculars in Future ±d e YrtisomeUnt. IBran aud Pollard :: : : In Any Quantity., . D: MILLER; S:Proprietor Professionall. W'. WALDON, Estate and r Financial -Agent,. COMMERCIAL ROAD, MOIIWEI.L. PROPERTIES for Sale or to Let in all parto of Oippslad. M ONEY to lend in large or small suom. A GENT for Colonial Mutlal 'Life. and SCoumnereial Uiouu Fire Insurance Societies. A GENT For Messrs. W. liamiltont and Co. Mr. 'William. Seymour Fergio, ATTO1NEY, SOLICITOR A...

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The Elections REPRESENTATIVES OF WEST RIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

l'he Elections itlR.ESKRN'TATIVEE OF \WES'T IltlllNti. A ireeutiui to Ihe?r tlhe candidtcs r represartati;on of the West Riding " 'lraralgou Shir. was hell in the j.elanic j Irltititute, ftorwe!l, on TIhirs sy. August . . .. ... There were present, alou" t 100 rate avcers, anal .Mr. lurilo li ah Cr oiled to ie chliir, aliidat consiidaleale taclaimn. 'ion.. The chairiirTi'llriefly expreiesil a hope lit there would ell no " harracking. " nl a patiant hearing wouldl he given "cl.?If. thle speakers;, II could rely on ti audienleigivi?ng the speakers an inm partial heariug, for tiorwell was well nown for its orderly lneertiing. Ie :ould-first call upon Mr. English o give an .ac'ount of his stewardship. mr. English, ntidst considerable ill lusue, said :- . . ,„. . W'Ilen he was, rcturnel to the. council umlle twelve. months ago, he ,went in for 1Couri'. The tinances were not,,ia very lu.lrishing con ltiion, the overdraift tling in lthe -.contral. riding. I.1,400,. iurther liahilities to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

iOVERILNENT AIDVERTISENEIT.q, V ILR. TENDERS are invited for the erection of engine shed at Mirleo station. Par ticulars at the office of the Engineer for Existing lines, Spencer-atreet, and at \Var regul, Morwell, Sale and Mirboo stations. Preliminary deposit. £10. Tenders. accompanied br the necessary preliminary deposit, and endodred "Tender for engine shed" toaust bhe deposited in the Tender Box, Secretary's Office, Spencer-st.. Melbourne, at or before Twelve o'clock noon on Monday, 15th August. No tender will necessarily be accepted. By order of the comtmissioners. P. P. LABEIRTOUU IIE, Secretary for Railways. Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 21st Inly, 1887. TENDERS will be received. salject to the sonditions of Tendering, for New Post and Telegraph Office. Drouin. until twelve o'clock on Thursday, 25th August. Particulars may be learnt at this liceo. and at the Police Station, Drouin, until 6th August, after that date at Police Station Sale. The amount of preliminary de...

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St. Mary's Church of England Grand Vocal & Instrumental Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

j,. eary's 'ithurclt of .ustI all tanls , I Vocal & nstrutmetial Concert. This concert was held on Friday if last week, but, owingu to 1pressure oil our space, we had unavoidably to hold over the publication until today. The public of Morvwell and district r have to t hie k the ladies and genitleiel llen who took part in the 'oncert, for af- W furding so rich a vocal and inatrIuOllentl treat I,but more especially are the llanlk of the cotiullniity' dtue to those iwho p canle front considerable distances to lend their willilng. serviccs. Mliss Lowther ic 'arl Mr. M'Lea:n, who accomnanied the sigeers, are deseritig if special inention t for the creditable ialullter in which their aL duties were performled. . - Mrs. la'itption, of acknowledged 'vocal ti ability, was thoroughly at home in her rendering of tihe Scotch songs. " Within ki a mile of Edlinllbro' teen,' and " Castles w in the air," and the encore deniaindlid wais well merited. Mliss Kinder sang " The Kerry hlDance" in...

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Commercial News. Live Stock Report. Monday, Aug. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 6 August 1887

Wontraxe rci il owts. Live Stock Report. Monday, Aug. 1. ...Mess'r. Marrirage, Orr & Co. report. Monday's supply of cattle limited, atten danesaof buyers fair and market showing a slight improvrareant.. We Sold springers £4 5s.to £6 7s 6d ;'steers and heifers £2 5s to £2 16 : 2 lots workers to £14 10s per pair, a few cows and 'a horse at market rates. After the cattle fwe sold on account of the mortgagee 1l0 acres of land, parish of .Frracan, at a satisfactory figure, Wm. Murdeoch Esq., being the purchaser, Sale, Saturday, July 30. Messrs Little and Bortihwick report:- Fat Cattle--Prices unaltered. Our Sale8 -good cows L5 10s to LG 5i,.inferior L,5 5b : good bullocks L7 to L7.: li, ihferior LG to L6 12s Gd ; vealers. LI 16s teoL2 8e. Store Cattle. At Maffra dfii Friday a moderate supply yarded; biidling brink, and rise of 5s took place on prerioueweek's rates. W1 sold-goad bullocks 1, to L5 17s (latter in condition), inferior I.4 55 to L5 ; 3yrs steers, Li 10s'to L4 14s ; 2 ...

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