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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 August 1889

Agricnltital Gossip. -4-----. The Aostralian methods of pi?hking fruit for exportation, is, ns eroryone is aware, of .the wonrt desctrintion, and in England somethling like ia formal protest hs? been raiosed agoinst-it by the fruiters. TTie Agont Genoral for New Somth Walues was roceontlr intervieowo on their hbhalf. Sand r ecmmnonlations 'made to him of tmh Salvisablility of the Gvornnoent of the So:nlonY' filitatig thim -ppointinont of an Inglsh oxport in Imaking, to instrlet the Incolonists. lat tih only colony to takeo p the rnatlor, sn far, is South Anstralia. It rltty ho pointed out tihat n Amorican ox phrtt wolIl he nmst lilely to he.?ule to btach the pellcilng hl1ines. to lprfEoction, It is lto 1 Amriclans wln export fruit, andl theorefore Irl?-l the oexprioneo, ntot the English. Oar own' exporioneo hla taught ois thlllt lllre ar otlher mpints in the ihsi nos behside paicking. ''ho maintaining of a propeor totlmnratlro tlhrigh]ont the leng; voyage to Enghamd. is of clruat it...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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The Australian Natives. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 August 1889

The Aiutralitlu iaitives. The in;aignirl meeting of tho Trarmlgon brticlh uof tir Australian SNativse Assouia tiun was lheld in the .M1uuliaieis' on Friday evening last, but lhe ulliVers were doomeud to qIitei a string of distalppoiinttnents. Mr. Purues, I.U., :id intunu.ed his intention of be:ng present, us alino Mr. tPeacock, .11.L.A., und A\r. .Mlilluey. Mr. Purvea wits ilut.itieil in M.Jlo.irneu tin au imiporuia. law cLase, M.r. Peacock was also proveuruod camiliti. aind l3r, .1iloniu unly urrivodt by thul pils.-w?Si r traill AL J.4-1. Thlu I?nuting dili not openl till d.:3U., unil thu chair was nocuplild oy .ilr. aniilgis, ithe presideut of tilh new lbrAnlli, wivo btrielly lku.lited. thlu iruiiitiiist iueos nllidr wlllu thlu raunch had bteien fnored. .ir. \lWle, of Sale, nfietrarlds gavu a -very len1gtliy spteci, stltinig forIlt tlu olljeetl tll theu isoiilttiull, after which Mr. JIillig.ui cuig in goit forimi "The Sll epiig GittII, fuoiltlowed willsh it snlectiol It)-y tilke b...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 August 1889

Our lIelhboairnle Letter. (FRnoM qI Oniw COiiSIPONDE'NT.) Sir WVilliani Rnhilnson will noon Ihe leaving ius, anl my forocast ns to the destinatione was not far, wreo~, hi was dostined for 3t1irities-anl aliunritini. os we know, is the ticket. lie might have gone to a hotter place. For ono thin, the island is abominalbly unhelllthy. Next thing, the old race animnosities, which hadb heen hurled and well nighi forgotten, have been idt ulip and set in a blaze by tllht intractable disturber of public uecie, Sir John Pope ITonnoesy. Another thlin, Sir John Pope rtonnessy was suspended by Sir liereiles Rohinson, the "brother of Sir William: and, still another thing, a largn Imajority of the con'ored and very influential Creole popnlntion, whom Sir John stirred n'i against the English, hate the namen of Sir Hiercules Rnhinson beelse he despised their, idol. Sir \William RIobinson Ioha nothing to do with these thingso but nal his tact will he required to render his position hearable: ;and, i...

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ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 August 1889

ORDINARY' 30IFlTlFG. 3 Present: All the coanrillors. F The minates tf the previous meeting were read and coaflrmned. . o CORI?snePOD nESi. C From the S °eretnry of tim Subsidy Caon i ferenee, Mhr. Camp erll, reportin"g tnt ti £ conference and depatatiotn of the 14 shires uow rcelivine n iovaerno ent seznhlidy oa £83 to ri:, whicnh te k Ilance on i th ulay in Meitborne. was eminently satisfaetory. The several sintres were weull represented. and utmost Inninamty prevni led. A ,ery~ilnr e number of member of Parliametnt of bothb ioulseS were present, nad expressed them selve oes streanous nlvoeates of oar legiti- I mnte laims. air. 3nsono, 3I.P.. ilntroduced the deputation to the premier, nad explained the Ipositiolns o the several shlires interested, stoting that an ntsuranee of the iontlnlance of the piresent subseidy was nked for. aned nso panrticilpation in' the dnlditinnal £140,000 pro pocd to he listrbutled. Mr. Gillies sand he wtnld introdeoe a elaneo irto h the Amndling Loenl i...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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PRODUCE SHED FOR MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 August 1889

PRODUCE SIHED FOR MOR \WELL. Our readers will:li; glad to learn that Mr. Turnlev, tle hon. secretary of tie committee tilt was recently appointed in connection with the. public require Inoots of our town, has receired tthe following letter' from our tneuiber- Mr. P. O. Mason : Melbrurne." OthAll gust. 1809. Deanr Sir,-T hays your letter of 0th inst, re dairy produce shed at Jlorwoll, and int reply I may:inform you that instructions have been gtietu to have the work pushed on as quickly as possible. lours faithfully. It. SPEIIGItT, F. C.. Mason,.Esq, Mt.1'. Parlinicnt TIou. .:,Mr. [Mason has further. informed Mr., Tiurnloy, that lie: had: an intirrio?wvwithl the Railmav authorities on this subject last Tuesday, when he was assured that tenders for the erection of the Morwell Produce Sild would' be invilted during the present week, and that it: was in tended to 'have the building completed in time for the coming .season's pro duce. It will thus be seen that our Monwell wants are being...

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The Stock Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 August 1889

The: Stock Titl. Tilhe Blidget debate ill tie Legislative AsO.lmbl'y was IennOleit b Mr. M'Iean, andt conticiaed by Mr. Dow and Mir M'Intvre. Mr. 1'LTnlnl spokoe as the .accredlitei representative of the coluntry prorty, hilt though it was at one timle ex pected that heo wnld monve an ancnelllent in fitnr of an in iureasi of the stlock ax. hu nnlittedl to do so. if it hadl .not been that his s?oech, froni ? the inlurs point of view, was alil anirahle effort, it might hlavo eun llsaidll that the abllsence of an tinentllnent wnnlil have canneld emonlbers to loseuinterest in the' proceclins, hilt lie .iga'e new life to the discnan?ln, and the Goverllllmenlt thnntglt it was wlse to pillt lip the Minilster of .ilands thi reply. That gentleitan spoke for shioilt two hlllrsl. MIr. 'lliealn wlho is the "cllilttiln" of thile crtontry or hlrder dultietl parti "of the Legislative Assembly, is the foremnost lnembller of that section. land the onewholr thel Itote is always glad to listent to on ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Horrors upon Horrors. A FEW ODD EXECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 August 1889

Horrors Iupon lHorrors. fi:TE'W 'ODD EX?:OCTTOOS. An ofticer of the Danish Navy relate( some add exoeetions he has witnessed. lit hegan with a doepcitation witacssed nenl Homburg. The victim, anntoriousscoundrel who hail added the cap-hea to.na career o0 crime by mu.rdering an officer, was ni-deroi to have his head'cut of. "At the appointed time the victim took his sent in n chair pom perly prepared. It was in a ynnt.to which quitO a crwVd of oflicials nlad ptlers wore admitted. The executitotnrr, oecrfur l aabn, took his paitionl just ieohnibd il n little to the left of the chlirnhrter the vintin was scated, precautionl boin tabkein rtlnt hle shoau ld not be seen biy the m00 iltwe lire he ivi anlot to ta ke. I-Toe held a short, vroy heavnry nd very broadI sword or knife, tihe hilt, graspedl h hist rtght lned, the blade resttig In ti ho nllivr of the Iared left.nrm. 'im v Ictim w ins t smoklng a ptipe,'whle1h he pulTedl vlerimil wle twhil e tl relimillaric woere being cnrmrgenil. At...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 August 1889

Yarriage, Lawrenson A Ltfdlaw. MARRIAGE, LAWRENSON, AND LAIDLAW, CATTILE SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTAI'E. FI. ANCTAL, AND GEN IIAl CoMMISSION AGOENTS. 'Valuationll carefully made. AA)IllIS on land negotiated.. Stock tiles held in all the leading centres. Clearingi Sales properly conducted. Properties for sale in this and adjoining districts. OFFICES: Tisralgon and Morwell. Auctioneers : J. D. LAIDLn?w and R?L. LAWRESsON. MORIWE:LL, TUESDAY, AUG UST 20. At anrdloch's Hotel. 1rARRIAGcE. LAWIENSON AND l LAIDLAW are instructed by the committee of the iMorwell Ploughing Match to offer on above date 1. REFRESIII'ENT BOOTH. TRARALOON, MONDAY, AUGUST 10. MrARRTAGE, ' LAWIRINSON AND MIL LAIDLAW will sell at theiryards on above date 4I Shringing heifers 43 Yearlings, good colors 123.-pr-old steers 40 (lood store cows .21 Steersand heifers. 2 years 25 Pigs, stores and slips. MONDAY. AUGUST 26. .At Melrdoch's Hotel aftei the Cattle Sales. J ENGLISH has been favored with in * structions from Geo. llowe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 August 1889

" BUSINESS DIRECTORY Adlerteisenents under this head will be inserted for 2s. 6d. per' quarter. A DONALDSON, Merchant. The oldest cheapest, and best, Commercial-road' MIorwell.. ' 1?1VANAGAA &. HARRIS, Cheap Cash .) Store. Drapers, Grocers. Ironmongers, Ic.,.Coammerclal-rond; Iorwefl. L KEI?ItHEtl. Clab Hiotel, Commer. Sci ial-rood. lorwell. : :Best brands kept. Good stabling. Commercial.road; Sorwell. " J l . nlJot, " and Stntiocr.:, Agenfor'all ritagazinies and newsnlapers. Every iiovelty secured. Commercial-road Morwell. T R1INTOULL, Blacksmith, Wheel . wright, Churnmaker, 1c,, Commercial moad, Marwell. TJON ENGLISH, Auctioneer, Stock and . Station Agent.Btatioa-street, Morwoll. Clhargenstrictly moderate. M? ATSON CO., General Storekeeper, SOommercial-roid, IMorwell. Boots and Shoes a speciality. .'I.ARRIAGE. LAWRENSON & LAID. . 'l LAW, Cattle Sidesmen, Stock, Estate, Finadial, and General 'Commission Agents, Commercial-road Norwell. M RS. WILSON, Fancy 'Goods Dep...

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Sale Canal Works. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 August 1889

&le Canaal -W'orks, , Since the comlmencelnemh t of operations towards the enoapletion of the final sectionl of the Sale C mnt by tie colntractors Metars. Mnttinsun and 1,;nie, g-esd pro;n.res. has been made with tihe varitus works, atld a few dlys ago that por.iun of cltting between finished sectioln and Flooding Creek a distance of ten chains was cotn pieted, and the water which formerlt flowed through Flooing Creek beloti Ileoves-street ridge near the gaol will now be diverted at th.t point into its former and natural courae, and find an outlet in the sectiln of cutting. just completed. Tile conpltiton of this portion formns ab hilt a thirl of the excava tion in connection with the whole contnict. and1 necessitated the remtoval of nmet sixty thoisand ctilie yards of ealrth, which quantityV was slpposI:l to boe lleposited into Fioodin, Creek Ietween the eastern idele of canea' and bridge near gasworko, bit. th hieP'lblic \irks Dtjti?rtiln:nt, tin line it wolll not contain ...

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The Maffra to Bringolong Railway. OPENING CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 August 1889

lThe ?,ifrie ta it i rii'?ilbii_ : IRil wiijy. 0 OPr,\IM CELEBiRI'ATION. The formal ropning. of thie lite f ri.iil ,e fmrom t MifEra to i Briugeiol'no. tihecon- d :trnt.tion 'of which was c0mpleied on.lthe ith inst., was forrmerly olae:l onh Friday when ia grand hanrqut twast ~g'rn it f irilagoloin bi.ite tresidentof the Matfra n Shire, Michael TLandy. Esq., J.P. A spec'ia a train from ,Melbournle h!Iriing on hoird the t' .Clorntisionoers of Cotttoms, Mr... Allen i MJ Lcan, aned Nceal 'iiitmers..of Parlii- r nont paiced throrh Martafft on romte to e iBriagalong aeoutt half past one p.n. , A seiort stay wats mntie at Macffrn, and the puart in the special were joined bty several t of thie ?nore plromineilt residents of North r Gippal.tndl. The special arrived rt Brin' Sgolon, athoot two o'clock and the ordinary l train some three qurtitrs of an hour later,. Ainongst those Wiho weru in the special train and who were sni.seq?ently preie tt at the blhtqitet wetre--Thi IInnrablo tle Cotnt...

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Silos—How To Make Them. SILAGE STACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 August 1889

SILAGE STACKS. If, ns has been alreadly, remarkedl, anricultnrists nlay hIeen said to have besnt samnelwhat tardy in adopting the systerm of ensilage. it imay be chdinlei that ithe have Iben sutliciently ilert in developing it. Thanksi iaitnly to the enterprise anl OIltlihsiilltl Of 0110 or two ingenlliOsti Englisihnen. the whole systerin hIas heten practically revolutionised by the pro?i of llilking ilage witl hont sites. Although, nattrally. many of the earlier siliists ad litre to their tirst love anll cast idriht ipns the new departure, Illers oin be. little question that, sp fir Is tlie orditnary fatrelnr is corCerned, the ,nsilrine systCrn of the future is the Itlakillng of silage in suacks. W\hat may lie termed the first inception of the idea ".f lmaking silage e:unel from tile realisation of the fact that there was no latenral pressure in silos. It wiss ai cllnltnon belief at first when pressnure wtes applied on a silo there. was to a certain extent an outward tllrnst, anil ...

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A Heavy Sentence. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 August 1889

A IHeavy Seiitence. Tirh young tlnn, Thns. Martin, 4'ho it?as found guilty at the Crigminal Sittings of tho Sgiiiromno Court on tho charge of attuoliptoar rape on a little girl nlumtld Lavinla Hal ddrbo aindor 10 years, was brought up for sorttanco on Friday mnorning at Ballarat. tid lsIonur Mr;. Justice A'B3ckett sentonced the prinsoner to Roveno years' itprisonment with hard labor, and six tornrin of three days' solitary cnfiinemotnt.

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DEAF FORTY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 August 1889

WhL? FORTY TxstARS. 'Ihi rle r tti ofn n t nrplo ruinotf. V wt u eomplotO cuor u denof o , nut. nlot . of bohul of 00 toorh' tlidlnoi, Loe foot beao oMetel, olll.I e s0nt tret to toynuu oleo upelie to J. I1. Nlc0oO.oO 76 lVlllloa'otrreOt, ollboroo.

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Murder at Pakenham. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 August 1889

M3urder at I'Pakcnhal. Ono of those horribly ghastly crimes which too often, unfortunately, vibrate through the continent, and stop for a moment, so to speak, the throbbilg pulse of civilisation, occurred at I'akcnham on Tuesday night, where n cold-blooded mnllr der was committed by a man named John Iacniamara, the victim iof his hellish passion being one Robert Fry. Both mon were comparative stranger itn the neighbourhood, Fry workiing som distance away ill the bush, while Itacnamara was employed at a quarry. It appears that both men were given to drink, and on Tuesday night were destined to sleet together in a little hut at the rear of Ilourke's totel. At 5 o'clock Fry was seent to enter the lint under the infloence of drink, andl 3Inaeamara followed about al hour later. No disturbance was li-rd during the night, except that a neigh bopr, .antied Johnl Diviney, heard Mac namara calling out-" Oh, oh, look at thi devils; look at the devils." At tihreo o'clock in the afteroon-theo fo...

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1900 NOT TO BE LEAP YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 August 1889

1900 NOT TO IfI LEAP YEAtR.-Tho'fnoT lowing explananton is given why the year 1000 well n.ot be con?tedl `amon lfeap yearn. The ytpr is 3.i dicys 5 hours and .19 minutes long; .11 nlitlces are taken every year to minke the year :?tli days long; anld every fourth -.year w'e have a extra day. Tiis was Juclius Clesar's arrangement. .Where db these II minntes conne from? They crime fcom the fulture, and anr paid, omitting leap year, every ten years. Bct if Iehpyear is'bmltted regularly every lhunldreth year, ic the course of 4100 years it is 'foutnd that the 11 minutes taken each year will not only have been paiid'back. but that a whple day will be given up. So Pniie (0regory .XIII. who improved on Causar's calnmlar in 1582 decilcd thlct e??ry cehturial sear devisable by four should be a lenp year after all.. So we borrow It minutes each y or, lnoro than' haying our borrowing .hackI by omitting three leap years in thireo "cdhturiat years, nild quncr mnattcrs by hnivilg a leap year it th...

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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1889 COAL! [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 August 1889

TI-I1 SATUR DAY, AUGUST 2f,.s1880 • COAL , ."? AFTER nnany years of masterly inacti vity,.the " powers that he,"..soonm to be suddenly seized' of the importance of dvelopning the coal resources of the colony,. nd more especially the vast area in South Cippslandl,"over which hugh deposits of brown coal have been proved to exist. It is, to say the least, strange t that this commiendabl e resolution should have, for so lengthy a period, laid dor uant in tioe breasts of those bright particular stars who sacrifienc their I eleplantine intellpctp. at the shrine of i manhood suiffrage?, ltfwouihl, ose venture to tasert, be specially.interesting if some nudaciois individniul" were to write a book entirled, say'",Itight. .Influence: or i Voyage oil a Newcastle Collier." It is just possible it might bhe suppressed as indecent literature-(that sort of thing' is the flthii:jii t now with cole.) Anyhow, it is to "be hliob d that, the "Royal Commission" will do some practical good ; if they do, G...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 August 1889

C(mum mi'erciil i Mces. Mattlhew T. M Caw report under date 22nd August: Pig Report.-Ahbout an averago nulner penned. Storeo:--'he snRplylr' was in excess of the lllemand, anld orices all round worn mlich lower than last week. P:orkers -Thlis market was also filly represented, and the market was nlot ? firmll as hist quotations. B3acnnr,--'heore was a sanme what hotter supply. and the qTuality of Iots penned -wasi an- imriprovement on lanto sales and'pricer wereo firm at abourt 'la rates. Calves-Small 'supply and sales very brisk at full" rates. N.B. Reports for Warded woekly oi app!icitior..

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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 August 1889

Agricultural Gosslji. : 'A rather remarkable revclation in 'the inilk supply of Melbourne is being initiated at Sonisey in tile Lancefield district. A company has been established there for over twelve months, which manufartures and tl sup dlies its constituents in the metroleills witi C what ,may he- called fresh milkl cin centrated. By means ,of a patent process. it has been used in America for years with tl grea. sueccess. The milk i reducedl to one foitth of its .iriginal bulk, by the watdr being extracted from it, and is then sealed in cans. Whetn opened the milk will keep fresh for. a fortnight, but before being used must be'mixed with three parts of water, b when to all appearances ali t ste it becolesl henautifully fresh milk. It is delivered in a t itll at is lid per' quart, but reprleslting a gallon of fresh milk is really no more than lid a quart. Thri isa sneingtil theuorsiemry fresh milk. it is retailed at it and somettimes il a quart, and evesn then is diluted with Yal...

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"Punch" on the Stock Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 August 1889

"Punch" on the Stoek Tuax. Whethel r Mr. M[Lean carries hi, inotion for in increased stock-tax or nut, that motion has already carried liri v into a position of great consequence. The interesting question is as to whether Ile lhas bee very astute or guilty of a iliscaleulhtiltn. For ourselves, we are t inclined to'believe that obeneath Allan •3'Lean's dove-hlke innocence there re ouses tile sltbtlety of the serpenit. That protest of his that the. Goverumenti ou!lghlt lut to have 'taken his imtis serinosly,- was a little " ton' thin " to Ibe istirely artistic. it cannot he polssilbh far an .oldl Parliamentary hanldt like Allen 3[Lean to ihare deceirved himself 'osn this eiirit. I-l must have kinwn I tlhait Ihe,ws cutti~ig at .tlhe very rioot of tihe Govrunaent policy, aiidii tlhat ally 'esiae front fighting was cut off. A;ti?l then thelre arisles i series of •questions. The gaes 'of polities is like one of chers. Each player tries to entran thie other. rias soession the Opposition mn...

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