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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
FLOUR MILLS. '( plegdlii qjiiality of flonir-ca be sutpplied Squiality, as it is mianiifactu redl on thie ap proeud IInn;rion syntcili, wlhichl -admits of SI-X :DRESSIN GS. lVie Newersnt lfungarinO ?Mclhiiier -is se[ uip in thei Jl/a, and 'the' Flour is Mlatunufircturetd by al'Fx:r pcrienced MillerJi irn hangar o, k"Triai is Solicited `Which will Establish the' Superior Excellence of the :rbduction. -PFuztbor ?ai'Ucvlaru in Futuro Ad. .vrertiu~oment. :.· In any Quantity. D, aiMIILLEP, WV. WVALDON, Estate and Financial Agent, COMMEllRCIAL lAOqX, MOUWELL. 1)ROPEIITIES for Sile or to Let in all parts of G ippsland. M ONi " to lend in large or smnll suns. AO 1' 'Nl' for C?,hnial Muotual life. and SConmmercial Cuion -Fire Ilsuratnce Societies. A?I'NT for M ,ssre. W. ianeilton aned Co. Mr. William S ymour Forgie, ATTORNEY, SOTICITOI" A`LND ,PMOCTOfI, S3Ina be consulted at Murdochi (late Ton kin's) Ilothi. uader the Management of 'Ir. Cahnan. Ilegunlar Attendance E VERIY TUE SDJAY. Mr.H. S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
THANKa. Rt. AND MRS. JOHNSTON. beg to tender their sincere THANKS to their numerous friends who on kindly gave their sympathy and assistance in their recent bereavenent. We are, dear friends, yours sincerely, G. & E. JOHNSTON. \Morwell, August 6. White, Stevenson AND CO. (C. C. WHITE, AUCTIONEER.) GRAIN AND PRODUCE SALESMEN, (Exchange Entrance,) 30.t, QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. PRODUCE SALES held every WEDNES DAY and FRIDAY in each week, con sisting of Cheese, Butter, Eggs, Honey, and all other Farm and Garden Products. Colisignments of Wheat, Oats, Barley, and all desriptions of Grain. also Chaff, Bran, Potatoes, he., disposed of to the greatest ade vantage. g?-Special attention given to'the returning of all empties. J. WILSON, Fo-rwardiij Agt. Morwell. HORROCKS' Estate Bonds TEN POUNDS FOR ONE. THE object of theseo is to enable JOSEPH ItORROOKS, of Moe, to prtoced to Englhnd to Establish his Title to Extensive Estates, to which he is heir at laew, * The property is dituated ...
Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
Topics of the Bay. .\ renewed appeal for additional dilties iii iimpore.l woollen goods, in order to t a sist in keeping the Victorian woollen a mills in existence as paying concerns." was made to tile chief Secretary on T'ue-day last, by a large deputation, re presenting the principal miils througholit out the countrv. Several membeirs of the deputation spoke as to the languish= f ing condition of the industry ; and iMr. Deakin, in his reply, admitted that what had been said was true, but pointed osit that additional woollen duties could not lie imposed without cutting against thin interest of the clothing manufacturers and others. If the deputation could saillit proposals to the Government which would benefit the woollen, mills without prejulically affecting other local industries the Government would give them every consideration, but otherwise the matter could only be dealt with when the general revision of the tariff was entered upon next year. A youthful witness, who was givin...
The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1887. Divorce Law Amending Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
fie i vru I ' Lurrtis ri V1eX 1'OP ULI (t'UPTtESIIED VEtllY SA'rUItDAVY). SATU .DAY. AUGUST 13, 1887. Divorce lAw Amendilly BHill. IT is generally conceded, that under the existing statute, divorce is cttmbersomec and expensive in the extreme, and, he the grounds for proceedure what they may, that relief by this means is only within the pale of those who can afford the expenses of so costly a suit. A husband or a nWife, therefore, who cannot stand the expenses is absolutely denied the relief frout galling clr.i:is, that di vorce should be within their power to afford. The honourable ntember for Normanby in the Amending Measure, which he is at present bringing under the notice of the Assembly, proposes al terations that will simplify the proceed- I ings, lessen the cost, and what is of more importance, extend the provisions of the Act, The efforts (,f tMr. Shiels do credit alike to his head and heart. He shows that, he is toompetentt to deal with thlie ,imatter in a masterly way, tha...
Alleged Swindlers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
AllegedI Swindlers. An arrest made by detectives O'Donnell and Whitney in Ilothamt yesterday is con sidered of some importance. They re ceived information to the effect that a gentleman named Isaiah Marshall hatd, while staring at the Metropolitan Hotel, Conrtrey-street, been robbed in a mysteri ons manner' of £8, which during Sunday nighit was stolen from his pockets. A chain fastening his bedroom door inside had in some manner been forcod from its socket, and entrance to the room wias thls etfected whilst lhe was asleep. On visiting the hotel to make inquiries, the officers arrested on suspicion a well-known Sydney criminal, named Alexander Wiley, alias Arnhur Otto, whom they dliscovered in the act of concealing himself underne'ath some ladies' wearing apparel in a bedroom up stairs. This man, they ascertained, was recently discharged from Maitland gaol, after serving a sentence of two years." Ice was, therefore,' illegally at large in this colony. On Tuesdav it fresh discovery wa...
A Supposed Snake Bite Autidote. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
A Supposell Snake Bite Antilote. An extrodinary exhibition of tiger snakes ocetrred at Sevtlour one day this weuk. A Professor lnllard came to Seymour a few days ago to catch some snakes, having le:rned from Moelbourne papers that they were plentiful since late Hoods. On Sntdar afternoon, in conlmpany with somne gyoung emon in the town, he proceeded to the low lying paddocks 'near the railway bridge, and without the slightest precaution picked up every snake hie imt, getting bitten three or four times. Again lie exhibited the snakes at the Princu of W\ales iHotel, ind was bitten several times by vicious reptiles of thu tiger species. As an antidote he rubbed some mixture he carries with hint on the bite, and'swallowed a few drops. D)ring thie display he iplaced the heads of several snakes in his mouth, and while doing so a large sized-tiger bit him on the insids of the jaw. Poisonous symptoms itnuediately set in, ani a local chemi.t, well versed in such matters. thonght the case a h...
CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
CHIT CHAT, --= ''then iwn wts illied for an entertain meant by "'Thel Viv'ian." in the ltchlititcnd Institute, on Si dttrday evening last, and a considerable adieneai awaited their corning. After waiting a donsiderable time, and the company i failing to pt in ai upplarincae, the inleoile dispersed. Perchanca the Vivians had masiiallr head of thed receptiort acecirded the last troupe Visiting Murw.ell, and exercised ia discrUtionl that in their cano A very large specimenit of the black snake was killed on TIliaslhay last li Mr I". Howtrlett near the L[a Trote river. Thi: reptile mneasred slightly over six feet in length, but of no unusual thicknenss. It is not often these creatures are ito ie got 1t11. of their holes sno earl in the season, and Mr lohwlett informs tis, that it was raining it the tiume li kilhid it, and tim weather .iwas exceedingly cold. The inemlers of the brass hand in Mlir well have each conmminic:d to obtait it practical knowledge of the intricacies of his instru...
PETTY SESSIONS. FOR AUGUST, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
PETTYi SESSIONS. YoUl AUuOSr, 1887. r'u1 ell, Wullncod ty 17tlh 9.30 a tti sumntUILOIsus issuod Friday 12th.. ~flc, Satinrdy 0th, 9.30) miri. S11 ijionscs ixssud Mon Iay 1ogli Mlirbuo North, Wednesday 17th, 2 p5iri. Sininnonses issoed 1 -ridgy 121h. Wardern's Court, o[n, Saturda y 20th, a~lm.
Farm and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
Farm and Dairy r?rnluce. Messrs. William A damson and Co.'s Weekly Produce Iteport. Messrs. William Adamson and Co. report SOth August i-l)airy proluce.-We held our usual sale to-day, and give belor; detailed results of actual sales :--Clheso: I'hero is a demand for trime mild cheese, but most of the Int. o Oieri ngll in a it ill or if lll:lli i Iiu to, inferior quality., and these sort, aret wit atI all saleable. We quote-(;odt to prime mild. id to Gd ; mediui to to goil. $d to tL- :• inferior qualities almost uns:tlable. PItted \ Butter: There is no inmprovte sent in old ii potted, which is selling at :d to It1. accordl. : itg to quality. Soft inferior hinds are eeryr lard to quit, even at low rates: but thelre t is a fair demand for goad tirln sorts. at quo- ' tationll. Fresh butter : Thle tuarket ruled ZI lower to-tiday, although there was no increase ii receipts. Wei soll best dairies at Is to Isi d, only a few lots toppiog this igure,and d the balance of good butter to hand br...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
'1Ot)0ootlt? 't ? i?VILES. \Vesa.aY.AL Oaca;.-Divine sDrvice will I ae colducted in tlh ahove church next Sunday ia folluois: 31orwell. 11 n.m.(supply); Yinnar, I n.m. Latrobe, 3 p.m. I Moe, 7 p.m. Mr J. Algic. Pr'.asnrreT:tA CURacarI.-Diaiine service will be conducted in the above 'lurclh next Sunday as ' fllows : Driffield, 11 n.m.; llazelwood North, 2.30 p.m.; Morwell. 7 p.m. Subject--' Dives aad Lazarus," Mr E. Eldridgae. Chuncn oF ExoaL.aaD.-AD Divl incroaich will he conducted in the above church next Sunday as follows : 3forwell, 7 p.m.; Iazelwood, 3 p,m., MIorwall Bridge, I l a.i.
A New Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
A New Railway. The Railway Tender Board has dealt with tenders for the construction of a line of railway from Ballarat racecourse to Springs railway. There were eight tenders of whom Mossirs. Welch ansd Yeomans were slccessful at the amount of £29,222 19s 10d. The successful telderers are well known for railway works in the Goulburn Valleoy, although hitherto not having undertakeon works of construction for the ddpartsient. On this line, which will be a difficult one to Construct, there will be three railway stations: one about three and a half miles from the racecourse, the second botit serven miles olet, tnd the third about toen and tlree~quarter miles out. The wholeo distance of the line is 13 miles 50 chains. In the construction there will be five. bridges and 03 culverts. The steepest gradient will be 1 in 60, and the greatest curve will have a radiuo of 20 chains. The greatest depth of cutting wlli Ih 10 fcot, and the highest oembankment 7 foot. Tho work is to be complheted by...
(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
(ro Tl r.brero. kouti'.rL 'ktlnvelifr.lli.) d •' There is ia tiitle to do as others itish, t and a titlte tO roft:sb.m \\'e'tav miako our- t solves oases ands'tltn everyboly stilfl iiloh us ; bht, if we ivt*l'oId hbe respectil, wre 'I"iist he our owen lt?sttrs, and :ot let 'others s5a5lle I:s ais tlheythitik fit." Sitl--Itl nis tittcr of the 30th ult:, re I the Skyt; Orofteirs, any iltpasrtii l ioader r will s?h at. a glattoe thlt imjy totivo arose from aI desire for fair play to those ,1hoi have toiled so haiil to make this country whrtt it is, nit " froth a itrping spirit of a -cuic," as your correspondent, Another t Native, iil yotr list week's issti pults it. I holihe'i ks I said, in "plating all on the sa1me footing, atli as well as now thinns," then youIr corre'sphntohtit need not be -altarmed, I ath ai willinf nis he is for even the inlhasitants of the Sky (a) to enjoy all allotment ob terra-firmia in our colony; biut no a;liantago for all tthat, over our old pioneers asnd th...
THE ROMAN CATHOLIC BAZAAR (TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
'(To is1: n Eintit li Iti , k-b9thit t Iin 5irISER.) Si =--'[?it11 ? '?'?.I% 'tb h' . M'i inO tr'issiue " ;P t1Po'ittih'i stý,ý4^titni t11aent ib'li t rcbLipts ^^iktvenit14;urthns'e'otnaar. For sumno time. ipi.t,,it?" it?tl\iSfits lri?'etbueth IuIl why hisvas itt t: ptillisi.til, but eticn how, I think suLhiieLh i t lu:atii n is necessary. f'nr •irs. 1,ii t' slltill w linl i cruedite "1,12 14 211. hut . 0ii theuItln is madae r tfi I live' thck ut:il pritiisiiits 'ild bv utitnrin. Is his instll itnh! led in thi arnitonnt tredlited "to .li:s. I" isgli ' stutll ? a.gain, we find In the '?exptliture colmian, L28 8s Yi, (igo Is hIht. \1?ili lthe secretary or tre:-. -ireOr kin:lyv explaiin ri?i the money was sexpsindi. iSo far as Mrs. KIllehir's stall is countn?i:h d, hlot ton i rtiuil, wa's- biught and thrurglud t the Ihaza r r fund. I think in justii' Ito irs. Iellclheir thatth hik matter "hdihl ihe folly sexph-ined, so ts ti leave 1PRO0 BOXO I1UBT-lICo.
"Out on the Spree." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
"Out on the Spree." At the Melbourne Polico Court on Tutes day last, ll?etiry C. Hunt, a young maan with respectable connections, was charged with having obtained the sum of lAU10 b false pretences from laino Graham. Mr. Gilltt prisecuted, and Mr. Kante de fended. altine Granait said slie ?ai-s a single woman, and resilded at 31 Victoria street, Carlton, A girl nallied Annie Yount,, lived wiih hir. Accused came to her hums-s on the 18th July, and -rtnained until the 1st August. On that day, between 7 aid 8 o'clnck p.m,, having announced that he was leaving, he asked ewitness,'to vIhoInl he \vas indebted £9 10s.. to let hlit have L10. Site gatie hith six lfA notes and lotr sovereigns, and he gave her in retfirn a cheque on the Commercial Blnk, Carlton, for 1.19 10s. lie then left the house. 1'itness paid aiway the tleqelse that 'tven ing to .I. J. llitgan, of the Globe Hotel, who cashed it. She got L5 froth Hogan, OWho prouisecd her the balance neit day. Pri snoter told her that he h...
Municipal Elections. WEST RIDING TRARALGON SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
manneiipl Elections. \'GlST 'RIDING T:RAItALON SIHIRE. 'lThe election on Thursday last resulted, ias expectied, in a very close contest between thi two candtidlates who were engaged in a dlwl. Th'le action of Mr English was a lirect' hollenge, and, as we before plnoltld out, this view of the matter wonld he -taken by the majority of the rateopasers, who in this contest would disreg?a'd sile issues. From this point of view, the :ritnautiot seemed generally to be considered, -las the voting proves. Under other cir 'ctumstances Mr VWalsh woull ltov stood muitch better, as Ie made a decidei ly favoi' rable impression, when lie addressed the meetilng at MInrwelllast week. Thle election was veury quietly cohdelctedl throughout, Slthloughthe greatest interest was minai ;festeU1, Ospecially in Morwell and Yinnar, where thI :cotcest was very keen. Trite result, if carefillv analysedt, ei:tns snome what curious andinconsistont, whlen it is °considered that at Yiinnir, the local rupre oulitati...
Driving Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
I)riviil·g Comnpetitionh AX novel and ilnteresting litveolliu;g it dalis shlow 91 I tioe dltrlillv tIIIIIgttjtitiotl laylais w 111 9 ich Ii 9(19 r 1119 me111 lted by a larger crowd~ roundl thle ring:D" The coot=; pe11tition con3 isl ci in oriving ti(ce r111ofnd 1Siin snore than1I the outside wheee~ls of theu ve111le, an111 iw icli4 nt~hn struc~k hrv at wheel; toppled overt Six, rcllilptitora centcerel the rilng, and1 lfter v11ious. trials i11 whliclh thie 99111Ii betlw9en thellies be h yoiid whee0ls 911 redlledll Gnil, t19 jilrt 11ric wa903 d1scrvr9lly iwalrldell tIl Mr,. tl Gill, itcwalrtrn, 'lIII I ItrglisoiI l;encecrdvke,. Irvinec. bring i t good seeonll, lI'Gill lItn IIed h(er 111.0 111 heire ith ga nt oirlnll h i 11r Itata La pace, r 099 in 1111 last na1te to kloclo over of the 1109 the1 Illat rlonllld l 911911 1 19 her Iwi cas11 hIllu, .hiiss W~rright had i t Stubb~iornl colt to, take1 t111 cornlers fairly, or olthlrwis30 sh111 w'oulld llhla11 been fIurtiler foirwlarl Ill til....
Our Divorce Laws. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
Our Divorce laws. B13 A CLeaeuryxts. Douhtless many will consitder it both un wise ands improper for at ciergyvian to write upon this subject; but I do not know any class of men after all have a greater right to do so than clergymten, seeing on the one hand that they tie the majority- of married people together; and on the other hand, that they are supposed to haie the interests of moriality very much at hoearit. I do not know how other ministers feel. but I mustconfess that whqnever I discover that any of the couples I have married do not live happily together, I feel as though I ivould do anything within the bounds of reason, and not inconsistent with morality, to untie the legal knot, and set them at liberty. Not that I would advocate grant ing divoices to every merely quarrelsome couple, 'ut to those in which the con duct (or perhaps it would be mroe correct to write misconduct) of one of the parties is so intolerable as to cause the other per pefiral and life-long misery. I kno...
CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 13 August 1887
A JlUstiit: t I o bt etti : tog nttV l":bs. Tlhere is in Course of )preparatihn 'tW are pleased to it*st a ry r : kit ring I tition ti the *inis:er of oJustice for tho appointment of Mr C. Stmmers I tthe po1si tion of Justice of PI'ce. The want of a resident magistrate hl.sbeen very tluch felt fur some time past, and tile inconvenictlce oecurring thelrefrom to the public has Ieen again ?and ngain int'oght under notice. We are very glad to say, that soloe united ctfort is now being taken, and the appointment, which ?-e ascodte dd.i t i deili be Mnie. rill be a Inost popular one. Me:IITIrNG O r . ?. AND 3M. P. AND A. SooliTr.-The adiljournellud annullllal meeting of the society was held ot Tuesday faIt, at whlich there ?ins a good atlendancte. T'he prcuident occupied the chair. Tihe balance slieet was receivedC and adopted oil the nmltiont of SMr A.tucterlooni, seconded by Mr Iowlett, and the nteetintg cloGed. A coIn. mittee meet ing ws then hIld; It wasn re. s,olvcd, ont the motion o...