Elephind.com contains 1,851 items from Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Petty Sessions. SEPTEMBER, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
rctty SeasioII& niwit;3ltr.i, 1887. Iltinedtalc, Wedneslday 7th. n 11 'n.m. Tnnnenhbii, 'Ihiitsday 11h,11, I tin. ; niit rllonses issllull Frithtyr:"nc . jlnyiinhiI, Satiirihty 10t1h, 11 n.m.; pnti~ nntlrs sissedl M indav 5th. TIartigen. Wetdnesiday 14th ant 28th, 10 ii. nt.;n tin lltnsa . inuishl Fridniv 9th aind Morwell, Wednesday 991st, 11.30 n 1I~1I . Mlen, Satornitt 17th, 911.31 a.m,. ; int tiniinses isshed 'Tucsihav 13th,. 11itrhoui Noirtht 1\'ciihiilniny 21snt, 2 lii.nt st lniiiisns issn,,im Fridaiv Ii3l,. Warin n's Couirt, Mioe, Sattirhay 1 7th t. ICN~tNsta cnienr. tFoir itnsieitihc iiia'h'rtaialgnn liii. using disniiih it 1' mnr onday, 19it Sa in
Finding of a Mouster Nugget at Ballarat. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
Finting of a llouter S?u?N et at Ballarat. -o The liveliness of BaEllara?t censennent upon the 'late revival in local raining was eosidlerably increasedl on Tuesday, when a report was circulated that a illonster nngget had been found in the mine of the ijlas Company, at Sulky Guly, and that it hadI been brought to lalhlarat" At noon Mr 'Bryant, the mining manag-r at the 3litlas claim, was, together wiith several uiners, obserredl approaehtig the CUrnety earrlyi?g a bag on hid shouhloer. The knowing ones tlnder the Verandahlt gessed that something unusutal lad tbrougllt Mr Drveant and his men to Ballarat, and in at rrve lt shoit space of time the new arrivals from Sulky Gully were surrounded by an intu'isitive and anxioust crowd. On the party entering ihe share briking offce of Messrs. Studdart and Binnie, the bag was opened by tlloe inl charge, and a Imonster nltgget, w-eighing t1h7oz of pure gold (save litt'e tilloy clinging tI the crevices), was expoisel to'the g.axe of the excite...
A Child Lost in the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
A Child Lost in (Ile hDuskl Thle town o.Ei Shoplpartn was thrown inlto, a great state tf eunsternatinncr in n'ls Iday nigh?t, when it eciamle knownl that a little fellow manmed iatmue Coghlan, "aged Sears, a anti onf Mrs M'Ginineess. of 'Co(ghlan' hntel. wasmisiing. The nnfor ;tnnatu litple felow is well known in the +townl, eing rather eccentric and unlable to artienlate llintinmetv. lie wai liote ahnnt five prt-., alind t coining to tea it was Tthlinglit lie h?ill gonle idown tolww. Ilis friendsl, after earchling albot for senie 'tima, witihet avaiil nd dclarknless cining •on, raised the alarm. Serrh i paties were it t;,nce orgttiiused andi the tIwn, thorolighly :earchled, but ,nao tidingsi we.e otainatle (of- tho hei.. A gentleman who, crossede :SheIpparton bridge abount sinsk, saws he now a little fellow anaswering the lescrilption given idlkitrig over the bridge towards M roopnal. . $.earoh parties, with laniterns, :at once entcrerd'the bhnh on the other side •,f the river, and...
SHIRE LOAN. (TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
SHIiRE LOAN. (O: Ttnr. TA.TOT OF 3t0WF.t.L. ADVEWIRKSE.) SSt.-1'erhiap some or our numeroou readers may informn Ine if the loan pm pored to be raised by the Taralgon Shimr can he prnceeded with lh without the consent of the ratopayers, provided the whole of the enancil are unalnimouso in its favor. I :iat led to noler.tland -that all the council lnrs have expreaed them?nelves in favor of thel Iaon, hort no great a relponsibility, I think, ahonuld not hoe incrred, unless a paiR were taken on the question. Samn, o..., CAUTION. [Our enrrespolnnent need have no fear 'hut the question will he p'AciAd before the ratepayers for connideratton.--Ed.]
India's National Hyms. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
India's NatiounI jl ymma. "God Save the Queen !" is th nationli l. anthem of Ilindostanl as well an that of Great Britain, Canada, and Australia, ,al. though the well-known mehsair h?a nees sarily been solegliat changedia iti adap tatiosn to the lindon Imusician. Our systell of mulsical nl.ttatioll, "repres snting no narrower interval than a seniti tone, is somewhat coarCseto thie Indian car, trained to finer divisions of ,tmud, while the tines of Ilindostan,a uhunding in demi semnitones anti thinls of loites, are quite disordant to Western musicians. Since there was suchi ditillfference between - 'thi two systelnm It becamte necessary, ill adlapt ng the national antlihe foer thie nee of llin iloo subjects; not only to Itr.nuate thie words into the leading laniguiage of the Indilan Empnire, Iut also to chatnge the tOlte so that it would appeal to the Itdidan taste, andtbe within the Indian capacity of ee cutioln. Some yearsn agothl London National Antlhemi Comlmitttee called in the ...
[?] the S. B. Says About Us. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
It it t!t S. II. ISays About I's. The .Mayor ef llnosa (Q.) has hl:en heavily flited for selling rsta withouta , liclence. A run, mllar. - Major E. T. Smith, of Adelaide, wasa.:. originally a ,addler. He will pironlly die in harness. JusticL Iines (N.S.W..) says that llying lips are alominaittioti to the law." And to the lawyers ? District Court lJudge Forles ihas just declared that " il his opisi ul the lusmre fornallit of kissing the bible in a co,urt of law will not deter ali habitual liar froml following his usual plractice." Gloritiedl Galileo ! we will next hear of sonue in spired idiot bobbing serenely up and "" openily declaring that the world actually. does move after all. A Honkong jotrnal calls Sir. George. BUwen t a oost vainS , p¥mittpus, itnd foolish old gentlemants." The Queel is said to take great in terest in Australia. " -That. is, liklely enough. Investrtents c:ialtsb isiisle at 8"per shent per share. , Parkes has -Ibeenl unanimously elected president of the N.S.W...
Tramway Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
Stinn. Truaway Qurastian in the arraarn Shlirt, on the I lII C1 ogogl~"t, oollsh a xtnjority in fiurr of tie tralaiv.LYO i" the west ridin, atf 116 Ito a, althnig1g oarr theu whle oE the rifing. ti' 1rquetionK wari ncgatived t : n irrjority *nf :131 vo'tcr. A.1pnadi are th- complet .relttrtns : SIURE OF NA LIIACAN. -.. 3Inn _8 ... _ "r;f. tfCdý; S 4 \ltrwirll Bridge . It 2 unwlrell': Creek 10 7i Total... 84 - 'ii'i EAST ILII'S. t1 a ... Dn n. 0 44J hilarrlb !:1 ilurt alo he D ulin tti li * 1 N rrIacim .. " - 2£ ". 30 rfrihlellI " o I. hIwihtaari".. 1 ." *0 Total1... .":" 146- .. 175 \Veet 71PIIII~i." ratrra `t G ~on' . ... .... -Childers "". 10la ... IFi ':Ta win . -4~'1 8 Olaf iuaua M.\irhoo Nurth . 50 .... 60 dioolon 17 ".. h 0 Goor~,lllll . 1 30 OOiOtlllliUr (t ~ Total..." .. "tol 1i3 Girutind mtin . it .,467 7
CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
CURIIRIETI' .1S. -o- 7 I)DCEcAE or M?e,. Pwel'nt.--Tt is \witlh profiound regre', we have to chronicle the death of Mt's. Ilobirt Porter, who expired at her residence, at the Ridge, about 7 'clock on Thursdlay morning list. Tie deceased lady wast ill fior a shoirt time pre ceding her death, and was attendeld by Dris. Montgontery and M3l.ean. Their united skill was, however, intavailing, and the patient gradually sank;, intil'death termiinated lier selterings. Mrs. Porter was one of the -oldesit of the district resi dents, conIing with her husband amongst the earliest settlers. Both Mr. and Mrs. l'rter, during their residence in the dis trict, have earneid the respect andi esteem of the coninunity, and the deceased lady's kindly "benei oloence, and retiring disposi tion endeared her to a large circle of friends andi acquaintances. Sincere pity is felt for Mr. Porter in hils sad bereave moent, as tihe care of a large family. tlhe soungest of which is but eighteen months old is now dep...
Swopping Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
Swoppilng Ior~ms . An Tri h rlerg~ynan meetin-' Denny CoIIley, riding ai ho?rse, aid, 'l... d-fSeInlein lienill? ; where did ylu ei ptir hiorse"' .. " \Well. I'll tell nilr lieveranci,"eiii veuei' l Denny. "Somie tinoe ago I went to the faiir of ItHsx. not.with thiis hirse. hut ain Iler horse. Well, .orra It wan sild to me, 'Dininy I (In *uit colne froi tim Aisl, or doiyou en.I i fron the 'Weshtt?" nnd when I left tli. fiir-: there wasn't wan to say, i'Di)inlny are vOn gnilng toi the A1st, r "arm yon going to tle t W eslit?" . * 1 1 "IWell, your Reverence, I rile lionie, and was near tin Kilnag-rosi, wienlI 1 net a man riling alongg the roadl forninst mie. ' *odll-evening, friend,' saiii lie, "'.ood-evening. friend,' sali I. r "' Were myo at tihe fair of Itiss?' Pays lie, , 'DiiI Toil sell?' .as lie. &lt;'Dlil yon ;-rll?' iiaiy he. 'No' say I. ' 'Wolii yon sell?' says lie. 'Wi nhl ie tiny?,' savs I. "'Wildl you liike a lnei' rup?' says lie: -hore, Inrille, saddle anl all,' s...
CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
CHIT CHBT. -o On Thursdag night last, the Try Again Lodge held a leeting for the election of officers. This meeting was fairly attended: Aftei the usual routine of buisiness had been goie through,;the officers were elected. Next Thursday evening another meeting will be held at 7 p.m., at whichl tlhe installation of the officers will take place. On Tuesday last a meeting of the Mor well FoInmall Club took place ai Mur doch's Hotel. 'There was a fair atten dance of members. It was decided to hold a concert and 'ball soeie time during October, for which Messrs. Cavanagh, M'Crorv, and \aldon, , ere constituted a comlnlittee, to make all arrangenemcits. The secretary was instructed tn write to the Sale Football Clu, aind endearour to arrange a match before the close of the season. The secretary had w?ritten to Thorpdale Club with a view to a match for next Saturday, but had received no reply. Mr Haniltrn Wilson, the celebrated Scotch vocalist anil lhmorist intends to visit Moirvell on T'...
A Divorce Case. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
A Iivurte tus. In the divorce court (Sydney). on ,t Monday list, the vase was heard of ,lJohn Guthlrie Gray V. Ellen Maria Gray. eing the husband's petition , oi thie ground of his wife's adultr with three I co-respondents. Petitioner in 1875 Le came acquainted in" Melbotirne with the . respondent, who wais then a barmaid . Iy t years of age. lIe proposed and was ae cepited. And having put her to school for a tine he married her at Albury inl January of tile follow'ng year., Alter living at St. 'Kilda, they went to a station which lie hIul purchased. calledl Goombargana, near Corowa. He had other stations, known as Kentucky and r Sandy Ridges. Three children were t born, and in 1878 Mlrs. Gray confessed -that she hadl been plied with cham pagne by .Tames V.'Neal, bookkeelper, on the station, and that be had taken advantage of her intoxicated condition. For the sake of the children petitioner took no further steps than to t.:ul NXeal away. Mrs. Gray afterwards had Neal taken back on ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
AlltitinIt.'s? Alld Ie:ssis. STOCK STATION AND C:):OMMISSION A)ENT MEIDI.lU'JURN AND 1\\'AI.A( Il UI A UCTION SIth.s ctnnli"11te i llany f Irt A f G il-..lAl rg.larrlyv every Satur d ay f.)-tliiilit:-;%It our \-va rs l i 1n 1 *I". 3 1t. w" fig,olult ll. thi MVlc rCll.rn, t.'tiorpration VALUATIONS MADE 31 0 NI TO L I N D. LAIIME Oil SMAI.L SUMS ON IF-'I!E 1101.) O0 LHEAS.ISEMlOLD IlI-Al OFICF : 70 Qitenl street, Mtl),ullrne. PIliLIC NOTICEI. A BBANCH OF OUR BUSINESS IIAS . IEEN E-rTAII.ISIIED AT - cottis liynil Hotel. Warra-gul. untder the 31ANAiEM.NTr O"'* Mr. Charles Lousiada Wm Hamilton & co, T7 Qtueen ctreut, MvllN.mnrne. 3[O I VRELL [MARKET. MONDAY, AUGUST 291, 1887. "W TM. IIAMIll.TON & 0'O. will hohl d th.ir uiotal Fortnliglitl Sale at M torwell.. .M.ilitV.,August 1)f, 18 .87, when thleo will (11r. : 1(.'atl, Iores, &c. N.O.-Our Iratt for eCait.sitni are Flling, 2 pemr cent ; gnrantcer , 2 lour W.Il. IIAMII.TON & Co. 70u tiine-street, 'Melbourne...
Farm and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
Fa;irn ilad Ilairv Il'roIhln e. Messrs. Evans, White and Co. report (25th August) : We held our nustl sale today, before a good attendance of bIvyers. The stuantlty of fresh butter forwars d was considerablyv in excess of last week, andi prices in conse qlence were mIen - lower; prihne private dairies brought fromt 101 to Is, a few higher; the balance of mixed prints and ltpll bIrought fresn tisl to 8(1, acncording to qualsity; new potted, nite tfllerin.; o n pot:ed. dull of sale, froml 2.1 to 4i1. Cheese : The tmarket is very dull. We quote from lidt to 41, for mesdiho, and lid tos 6sl for prisme old. Eggs : T'lhe supply forward was large, and prices were lnsier: we slid sip to:ls(d) per doz. for gsa"salteesd lots. Bacon : Tsown cered. 74?1 esscountrs cared, Itd to id per lb. lioney, d41 ito .t per lb. Bleeswax, lis to ,l4. P,'ultry: Iowls, 3s 104 to 5is lo ; sducks, is to Os d, ; turkeys, 8s GOt to 20s per pair. Messrs. Williai Adamson -nd Co's Weekly IProduce lieport : Dairy Prod...
Strange Double Case of Bigamy. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
;Strange Meble Case of Diplu?y. -o-u A yutrg womatn ntlled Harriett 1'Innesa wias arretaed o 'T'uesdayevenling In Idwariln street, Itraunwick, bIy detective 'olnway, .n it charge of higa?iy,. A tele tgraill received Iby Iisopectotr KeInedlly, frIIom u?;tll nrstlllllft glave the cmrs informationll tllht the WIlIIttlm s real luslinnel, Th'oemis ftiinr, wtCs iin eotody there, also Oin it lhagte of higaein. It woiuld appear that iIn 1874 the wolilitn was nmarried to I'indar, S1Who left her two iears afterwiatrls. She Sitates that not Imhvig oseen Ir heard of her lnt,hlll for several e ars, and tIelieving liot to Il ded, shie came to t1eljortrte in 1882. ?he wa iiiarried Ihll it?nswick, labnt three yeari" ago, ti John WiinliiesO, a?lltih.orer, vitlrh wiiiholt site hla lived over ,tei. 'l'he unlo,?oke for iall pp!lurn? at inlllllhnrt of T is ti illlln i',lr h itl iunIth r wtife I11aii Ioedi this doublll e iarrest. 1Mrs li l iness wii I lirougl?h it iit the City
Glengurry Ploughing Match. Judges Messrs [?] Campbell. B. Young and John Miller. Stewards. Messrs. W. O'Meara, J. [?]. A W. Crowe, J. Farmer, G. Hower, J. Lang, P. Hill. Secretary: J. Beamingham. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
(GIenugarry YloanlgIaL Slatch. .Judges: Vessm. 'tugnall Camopbell, U. Youlng" and oin KIiller. Stewardis::, Meosrs. . O'M0earat, I (9rr, A. W. Cron'e J. F.riiser, '. [lower, A. Leag, P. lill. Secretary:: I. 1Beoas:tinglnita. T'hle sacci?d' annal ploughinig mnatcll of ithe farmers of the Glenar rry district was, ihehl resterthy, unler [lthe aisp!eees ef tlhe .1'Traraelgn Agicult.ul Sneielety, in Mr lJohn .ltertmiigham'as ,paithick. There was a' Ilarge atteudaice tf viitirir, not only from. ithle innediite, district, bit froim itdiastnt IpLarlts. Iil :the ctnlllSenus of opinin wa rtlhtt the alfuir. wisi in every waau tic,::esn ''lihe groeuil,thn, gh the ?est that t he :stewarils ceulil select. prelenteld , 8n rn ldreawlbaks, bit, iottweithstanding those. the :general standard of work was aun excellent -one. The various arrangeumen[t were well .etirreied ont., anoil ol'iret were Imnst assidu c.is in ldischarginig th ir iiusportant ilntiens. "The prize list, it will hlie nnticel. wuast ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 27 August 1887
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. &nbsp; BIRTHS. &nbsp; KEMP.—On August 22, the wife of Wm. E. Kemp, of Morwell ; a son. Both doing well. &nbsp; &nbsp; BILES.—At Maryvale on 23rd August, &nbsp; the wife of Thomas Biles of a son. DEATH. TOWNSEND.—On the 15th inst., at Al- fred Hospital, Thomas, the dearly belov- ed and only son of G. and A. T'ownsend, of Morwell, aged 26 years. "Though lost to sight to memory dear." Farewell, dear Tom, our fond treasure, Good-bye, dear boy, our hopes are gone. &nbsp; Oft we have gazed on thee with pleasure, But now from us those joys are torn. Inserted by his sorrowing parents and sisters. DEATH. PORTER.—On the 25th August, at her &nbsp; residence, Ridge Road, near Morwell, &nbsp; &nbsp; after a very short illness, Gracie &nbsp; &nbsp; McPherson, the dearly beloved wife &nbsp; of Robert Porter, aged 43 years. Home at last, thy labor done Safe and blest, tho v...
Petty Sessions. SEPTEMBER, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 September 1887
Putty Ststtoiis, srnr'r tltr~tc 1897. woteitc , Weitnoestay 7th1, at 11 nut. Tmnng~it'tii, 'Ttitrsday l Ii, IIl atim. sutin iiiouse isIued IFrihtisc-2nd: Icyyianll, Saturday. 1(11t1,111 11.111. rrlln mionsa sistICtI tlaiai tli. t Truitilgai, \Vtiial tdy 14th and 2Rth, to u.ii.; sm mtitacts isntedl Frilda 9th inld 2trI.l \1orwcell, Wednesday 21s~It, 0.311 a~lm. ,tIIIttttiiles istlsne Fthtay I 9th. M~no, Saturday 17thirl, 9.30 u.111 1(11111 ansas i eIttIat TiaSdtay 13th. - Mtirtma North, \Wedaneltdy 21st, 2pm. malnlmonlsen iuwod Friday Wit.ll WaIrcdn's Court, Moo, Satiirtoy I tti t t.n . t tICF:BsIsn cnnttT. d1Iistrircls irt.2'rurrmlgon, nln:1'11y?, 18th Sel+ telnbbe; , 10 arm.
The Roman Catholic Bishop at Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 September 1887
The r 0Bom1:l Cathuolc Bishup ait Stile. --:o: - The arrival of the mid-day train to Sale, conveying l)rCorbett.th newrlyconsecreatcd Bishop of Sale. createl consiidcrableo excite tment in the bdrough and District. The Bishop. accompanied by Archbi!shop Carr, Itineo p Moore and a large number of clergy aildilay gentlemen. re:ceived a cordial wot come at the railway stntion. The Her. Fanthers egarte and O'Donughne formally welcomed the lt'aholn . and alout 41000 people formed in procession anld )procdedwl to St. Mary's Church, where the installation cere mliacn waascarricd out with great solemniity. After the ecremotir the lBishop-wn: preent iel with ndi?ireans of wrelcome by the laity, Catholic baonng Metun'So:lety andl the Hiier. ninu So:iety. Dr Cortiot made an speech, a.cklowledging the plresntations, an:i re ferred :in condemnatory --terms to the Education Act. Archbishop Carr. in a brief adidre,, c.,ngratlated the .pijlte of ale on the appointme't m lt Dr Corbettt. and thid roc...
In Memory of the death of Mrs. Robert Porter, who departed this life on 25th August, 1887. "Oh death where is thy sting!" [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 September 1887
lIn Memnory of the death of MN Robert Porter, who dlIt:.irtu l-his life on 2~th Anugst,'lS7. "OOh death where is thy sting ! " The deceased lady- arrived with her his Iandl allonlgsLt the earliest settlers in this listrict. Evqr sitiee their arrival,tlm family Ias beeUi identiliCed with every rnivimont, whseli'.ait.I I'asthlle general welfare an l Uroilewrity of 'the district in which thet jniter inembers ,f the family had their tii'th. 'Thie much lamented desesoisl lady - was ever active. in the cause of charity, atn her kindly benevolence, althonugh ts .intentatioaia s in character, wais yet. o well known .that the motives which prompted her actions, mnet with a nresponse in the bhnurts of tho,e who most intimately, knew oiiler, anl iound thlen in endear.ing rchin's to her. To the very large circle of her imtsitle acqeuintanees, her wel!-known -In sstninug, retiring demeanor, and genial ditlibsitioan had won their kindest regards andI esteem, which an wlere rIeady to testify upon ...