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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
` "GENERAL NEWS. A lunatic named Barnerd Kelly was brought up before the.City Court to day, ,charged with intruding in the Government House 'grounds. He said he wanted to see the Pope, and who was an uncle of?.his. - .A'civil servant named Bertoli, a Swiss, was arrested to-day forembeazelment. Mr. Allan, 'of the Auburn Hotel, Auburn, was thrown from his spring cart to-day and sustained severe injuries., Edward Woolfe, the self-confessed murderer, was discharged to-day, as eccentric, the man Scott. whom he averred he murdered being still alive.
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
or'! ? i Of:tliio. Wveek?; I - MORo ELL MINSTRELs5-There. will be a meeting of tli'MoIorwill" Minstrels to-night atMr. 3Murdoch's Hotel, a 8 p.m. TEREns Tn another cnlunn feoders for aidditionso o.the, Rooman Catholic Chirech nar called.'retirnabhle oi Weduednay neit at the ofilce cf Mr. J' English.. CRICKET.--The match which wais to have been' played . ngainst ;,oalviile to-day will ,not.come off, owing to the. Coalville men being unable to com e.n : -:.. ': .." .! SCOONOERT, ITEA AND DANCE AT COAL VILLE.-On Wednsday next asocial gather. ing willtbe held'at: oalvillo in Mr;.David's lall in aid of the feunds of-tne local Cricket MAYon OF MELOOrNE.-At 0the quni terly mecting of the" City Council hold an Wednesday lest; Cr. aInng was nnanimously elected Mayor of Melbourne for the ensning ycar.. . , - T;TLD.OvER.-On riccount of hnving to give a 'rather extesive report of the" Con ference'on Ensilnge aonddairying held at 'Melbourne on, Thnrsday lnst we are com pelled to hold over a repo...
Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
Agrlcultairntl Gossip. Generally speaking the condition of the 'crops is very fivorahlo. It is remarkable however,'tlat the spring Ihas a tendency to be very warm and dry, an if to mlake up for the unnsual amount of rain. which fell during winter. The surface of the ground Atries up so ,quickly -now, giving ount by Sevaporation thoe nmisture underneath, that -occasional gentle showers would be accept able in many.parts. The winter was an ,xceptionally favorable done for vegetation, *and n t is aniticipatei that the wheat harvest will, in consequence, -be much earlier this '-eason Than in preoious years. Judging 'from present appearances, and the forward -condition- of the crops, the harvest will commence in many districts by tie middle .of November, and hay -cutting should be *in full swing before this month is out in the earlier districts. The particular Rubicon which ilivides suffcient production from over-production, is hard to; place. When, for instance, 'thirteen years ago, orc...
Commercial. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS. MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
:ComimercIl., GIPPSLAND STOCK BEPORTS. MORBWELL. -Messrs Laidlaw and Graham report for Monday 7th.inst :-There was not a large supply of stock forwanrd owing to. th weather, attendance fair, and bidding about the samo as last sale, prices slightly esier,. Bullocks, £3 to £8. 15s;- fat cows, £6 2s 6d;f store bullocks, £4 7s, fS, to £5 r 5; milkers and springers, £4, £4 Is, £4l 15s,9£5 to £6; store cows. £f 7s 6J to £3,159; calves, Al12s; We sold for Mr, Corney his pure:Berkshire pigs-sows with litters, £1 bIs to £0 7s 0d; sows. £3 5, £3 10s, £4 2 6d ; young 'pigs. 2Is 6d to 32s 6d. .We sold. privately, pair of ponies, £22 10 ; team of working bullocks at £20, and £22 per pair ;.and team of working bullocks at £10 per pair. Messrs. A. InLuan and Co. report: A large number of cattle forward at taffra on Friday.- We yarded over 1100 head, and nearly all sold at Into rates. rFats; being sllghtly easier,.lin consequence of the large number forward. . Our sales were as follows: -Fat bulloc...
The Round Bill Racket. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
'h Itlute l II11i11 kaukt. 'The I'Tloinld Ilill finaon entered upon a suew phnrsse in 'Wdm.liheeilay tornia;g. Mr. A P. F. Dix and Mt r.'. W Fitzgerald Moore taith attlendotl ileartliy aittilg of the'Stnek Exchange, with ti'lld"bject of explaining their i; ?ition in lie Im titer.., Aftera dl - ctissini Us to inhdither the reprerentatives of .thle 'Isi. d?o.M, ,i. adititted. and an' r ttlirintive decision ling arrived ,at,, the proceedings cusllnetnced bs the reading of the fllowing flidlavits, hIdged by Meusrs. Dix and 'Moore resliectvely. : :.. - .. - " +, t ; :?-Iti 'ttIX - it FIDAVaTo;; ' : Then'follnwag is the 'text of'Mr. Diir's : ll,llik 'u r,'ll alllof' bols stredo 'uieLirnce htock nit shaire ibrkselr, do uuleatiily cald 'saincrely?: declari.tha1?on several ciiinsons diring the past 10 inanllio ] have Itad trtnuzacticon iltthe way of Iny ntsines as au broker :with .,Mr.V.i lt Fitzgerialhd Mioir,.' . .: Thato, 'lo Tsdlay last, tlhe lstinst, '?r. Mloore inforelld :me that he. i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
Laialaw & Griaham. Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawre?son & Laidlaw.) CATTLE:: SALESMEN, STOCK, 'ESTATE, FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. VALUATORS, sc. Head Offce ..: ... Traralgon. Branch ,, ... ... Mforioell. Auctioneer : ... J.D. LAIDLAW TRARALGON, MONDAY, OCTODER i14. LAIDLAW 'AND GRAHAM will sell at their yards on above date 26 Steers and heifters, to 2 yrs. "?85 good Poodles 20 3. r-old Steers 12 Dairy Heifers. 2 yrs. 40 Ylearlings, good lot. 20 Poddies from the Tanjil : 15 8-yr-old Steers : 10 good yearlings 18 2-yr-old hteifers 30 Steers.2-to-3-yrs 25 Pigs, itores and porkers TO LET BI'AUCTION. ' FPirstClass Agricultural 'and Daiy Farm. TRARALOON, MONDAY, 'OCTOBER 28. r AIDLAW &. GRAHAM- will, submit to Sauction on n above date, atnoon, the rlnting for" a term .of three years of that Splendid Farm of ,Mr. John Do Groot's (late Mill's) situated five miles from Traralgon, containing 2. 26 acres, more orlsesl having a frontage of'' tawo ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
BUSINESS DIRECTORY ;d4rertisemente under this heald Itvill be inserted for Rs. 6d. per quarter. A DONALDS()O: Mcrdhant:The oldest ik. chbeapestand best,.Commercial"Tony Morwell.' ;. iAV?1V ANOtGH iIAltIS, Cheap Cash ". Store. Drapers.Grocers, Ironmenger, , ?., Commercial-road, Morwell.,. E KELLEHER. Club Hotel. Co;mer a . cal road. Norwell. 'Beat brands :kept. Good' stabling. Commercial-road, t Norwell: ; "i M L , nist, and Stationer. Agent for all .magsaincs and newipapers. Everv novelty: 'secured.. Commrclal-road.Morrwll. .e S RINTOUILL, lBlacksmith, Wheel S. wright, Churnmaker, &c., Comamercial a groad, Morwell. . TOHN EdGLISHi Auctioneer, Stock and d l. ,, ,Station Agent. Staltion-street, Morwell. t C ?.harges strictly moderate. : M " ATSON & CO. General' Sfitorekeeper. ' Cainmerclal-goad?,?, Morwe!l; B'Bootst iand Shoes a pieciality. . a A lihAG17E, LA~ REsSON & LAID a L LAW, Cattlo'Salesmen, Stock, Estate, c Financial, and General. Commission Agents, a ...
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1889. MORWELL COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
THE .. SATUItDAY; OCTOBERI 12, 1889,. . . MORWELL COAL. It'wotuld appear that notwith.tnnding tile many and nvarious obstnorles thatlhave been thrown in the way of the proper ldei'lopment otf Victorian coal, " by those who slhuld know Iotter,!' it is outwitting its opponents on its own merits. E'ery test the Nlorwell conl has boon subjected,. to lhas.prnrved it in every way equal, and ,in many points. up'erfor to the imlported article, and now to crown all, the railway nuthorities have after a severe te.t found it can be 'sedd to great advantage in drivingloncomotires. Says the Age:- : "The experimenlt made on Wednesdray with a light goods' train betweei I'rilnre.-bridgt and the Box Hlill statin, showed that when, the draught of the fire hars is reduced in proportion to the difference' in tihe specifice gravity of browni coal as compared with the Neweastle article, the result is emiiently satisfactory. Combustion is not too rapid, the btl hi jodicious handling forms a strong "bridge...
Dairying and Ensilage. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
i ':,": irrying -and Eusilbuge. -- . :Aon irnnoritnt cornf,.ronre if farmers in tore.itld .in ditirying and the production of ennilage ans l 'foddier met nn Thulrsday in the Lands Ofcc Board ronlm. Mr. J. L. Dow, Minister of Agrichlture, in tile chair. There.were .non present M3.sors. M3iden and'WehI, M.'sL.A.; Dr Plnmmer, Mr. D. J. Martin, Secretary for Agricoltur., J. Argyleo. . B. rko. M. Bodny, J. Connev, G. Degonhnirt~t. W. Derrick, Ilay. .1. B. Lempri6ro,. F. Little, F..Peppin, R. Tinons, Professor Brown, A. Cnrwford, J. L. Thompson. A. Dills. D. 'Wilson.. G. Auch terlonio, T. Ciirlott, J. Edi?ards, W.. Foster, II. Henderson, J. Thorpe, Tipping 1v. Volipreott. The"chairman" opened the 'proceedings by a length' speech,. in which he said it was gratifying to find that Victoria was not. behind .in having its fair share of readers andi thinkers, who tonk: part in progressive experimental agriculture, and that they cenitc forward to give the re sults of their researchell. The narro...
Narracan Shire Council. FRIDAY OCTOBER 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
Nalrracan Shire Council. FRIDAT OcTroEn 4th. Present-The President (C. W. HIwlett. Esq.) amd Cre. Powell, Geach, Etasthorpe, Htunpton, Lloyd and Goach. CORRneSPOnDENCE. Front Lands department saying that the survey of the Coalville township had been delared. owing to the hact that the area occnupied by the residents is held under a mining lease. The Mining Department had been written to with a view of removing the difliculty..-Socretary to reply. Front samde, refusing application of Mr. W. J. Roh'inson for a title to the road, adjoining the eadtern houndary of allot nent 52, parish of Moo, as the road was continions and not impracticable. Received. " From Central Board of Health. forward ing report on Typhoid fever.-Reeeived. Fro . J. Gray, on behalf of those rate. payers who hal 'offered to lend money to make road to Ten-mile Hill. saying that it was now a\'ailable. They were also willing to pay any reasonable expense for having loan gaz'tted, if such course was necessarV.-3lntion....
TELEGRAMS. Received Morwell Office, 7.50 p.m. Victoria. MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. THE ESCAPED PRISONERS CAPTURED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 October 1889
TELEGRAMS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Received Morwell Office, 7.50 p.m. Victoria. MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. THE ESCAPED PRISONERS CAPTURED. &nbsp; &nbsp; Great excitement was created when it became known here to-day that the prisoners Farrell and Clarke who lately escaped from the Geelong gaol had been captured this morning on the Leigh- road. A desperate encounter ensued between the the fugitives and the police, and it is rumoured one of the officers was stabbed in the fray. Both men were conveyed back to gaol under a strong escort. A batch of fourteen long-sentence prisoners were transferred to-day from the Geelong gaol to Pentridge.
Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 October 1889
Our. Wellourne Letter. (Rnot oUR oWN conReSPOenDxF.) The commterpil developments of the last twenty-five years have, :amongst other things, tended to merge a inumber of small businesses into one large joint-stockeoncern and to form companies - for :the earryin out of operations requiringa larger uinolint df capital than could he -fhrnishled by any single individual. And'there is no dotl; that, wahen conducted with ordinary prudence and ability, the co-operative principle is Inoficial to the pblic at large. It enables emroll capitalists to en!or into one or more trading enterprise.' not ono of which they could have todtehed single handild, for one thing from the want of requisite experience and, capacity.; for another tlhing owing to insufllficient- capital. Success r?n only be expected, however, when capable men are placed at the head, of these gigantic underta kings. Without greit adlninistretivecapacity, and technical necquaintance with the nature of bhsiness carried on, any khtte...
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1889. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 October 1889
- ATURDAY, OOTOBEIRi10, 188]i'i:i 'oloples of tlihxWeek. C, tKxrT'.--Theo MorWvcll crickcters! pro cccd to Itoscdalo to-dny in order to try con clusions with the local club. ' . Co ?nr.--Owing to there being no court Ioss month, the charge ihcetwas an unusually largo one, as will be scceen by the report in another column. We might state that the reason that Mr. Daly could not attend last month was: owing to the: fact that h',was unavoidably detained in inlrnsldalo ro the granting of Mr. Con. Nuvill'ls license for the Grand Terminus lnotel. TEc:DntR.-TiP le(der of Mr. W. ilotoon for ai;erations and additions to the Poman Catholic Church. Morwoel, was necepted on Wednesday. The work will be proceeded with at once. GARDEN FAIL.-Attention Is drawn in another column to the fact that the Garden Fair in connection with St Mary's Church of England will be held on the il8th, 10th 2011th, November. The greatest praise is due to the ladies who have worked with unflagging zeal to make the Fair ...