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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

'RAILWAY' MANILFEST'. GooDO-M!ceirsa. Mntsol .and Co, BTeto,, Gratd, leer Ilros, Dounlkeoi,. Crimmoiaa, Koenig,.. C. I~olinsoe,,, l'teersona, Dusting, Kinder. Hier. Murray, Mclr.tyre.,Do,,,,ce. I'A LCFLS-MeaLs.i. tlledes, Orr,Mlntron, Speed, Doyle; Dixon, 21x.. A. -Mic: nlie oa, (2) Kinder, Potterae,, Ill,,to,,ll, Loder, 4elthllhnmo, Kitchen, Iteory; louting, Kelleher. tuTTiEn Boxws.Jooea, Crnnwell 3, McKay, McDonald, Wottrick, Bentchell, Nndenlbouscie, Arnoltl, Day, 1,incdsay. (:cot,. T,,,,lod, Cantmngh. Mln an, Jet.scu,, ' .Tluin son,' Ornnny. Ran,,kinl, Silck, Walkeir, Du,,bnr, O'Gnrzn,,, ,haitor, Cri,,,,utl'o, Power. Ogilvie, Forrell, (loading, Iioano, I.ewlres, Iwlerrl , Mlorrell, .'irris.. Mu scl s, Lee, Vary, Dunsttnn. Stoltltepes, Derlam, Day, Aloyd, Firmin, .Min'c re.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Yinnar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

((Fnobl A CoetIntSro?--ET). 'Owing to heo great racing iitractions tif tour rival township Melbourne during the :week, things are rathler.dull herout present, Ibut I n6tice'tre clmenmittee ~f 'ihe Y.R.C. Ihas not for"ottentto provile the lovers of racing wvitht plenty if sport on .New 'Years' .Day, 1890, -when sno tioubt.their nmodel' cours will be well patronisedl. •Thle coiituitee hold a meetiihg dt WiLk's IIIotel on Wedneodaly evening and passed a? 'very liberal prograibano g?ving nearly 'seventy pounds in .prizes. The -lorwve]l *contingentof the coinmnittee rolled up ?ell. .Althlu*ghl quiet Johnl was conspicuous. by lthy his absence, perhlpp he will have some Ithing to say on some' fuutullr occnsion. Thtore is snmeo prospect of'getting somnc :thing done on olir nmin roall this sunimer was our shire engitleer paid ls a visit lust 'week, our mayor'forming his escort. Tihe weoathlris.all that cotl Irte \lesirecl Sfor this district, causing both crops and' ;grass to do.ttheir level ...

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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

TO.MORROW'S SRLVICES~. CHIUR373 OP NOLAN3D.--Drlne aerve wll hbe hel to-morrow (2lth denday after Trinity) a fullows :-Y?lner, II a.m, eorwel Irlidge, 2.30 p.ml., lornell, 7 p.m.t; Mr. Franncl,. Thurp. dale. 11 n.m.: narliwerla, 3 p.m.; M3rboo Nortl, 7 p.m. Mr. llitcheck.. PRIESBYTERIA CIIURCIL-Divlne service, ol te heldl toa-rrow a fo llovs --; [oMrnell, S11 nm.; nd 7 p.m. mn ner. 3 .Ipm.; te. II. Murray Dretlleld. 2.30, pa. . Mr. Kinder, W\ESLrYA CIIURCt.--Dleie iserelees will be held to-meorrow at ldeon:--South Yiennr. 11 .m,;: North llaselnw d, 3 p.m.;' Munvell 7 p.m. 3r. Leggo. - " SAIA'TION ARtMY .-Every FPrdnde, r. ll ?ni

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Death of Major Warbarton, the Explorer. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

D)eath of JTiajor Warb:artall, 'the Explorer. Major Peter Egerton Warhuurton. C.1.t? . who led the expedition in 1873 which crossed Australia from the transcontinen tnl telegraph line to the coast of Westein Australia, died on Tuesday aged 76. Mlajor Warblrton was born on August 15, 1813, at Arley hall, Northwick, Chtes shire. He was eduacted at Orleins and Paris; entered the lRoyal Navy in 18235, and served onimard the Winlsor Castle. In 1829 he entered the East India Comnn pany's Militnay College, antl in 1839 he sailed for India, where, four years later, he was appointed adjutant of theo M[arino Battalion, lionuhay. He was then trnes-. ferred to tim general stiff, and he roseto be nocting deputy :aljutant-genural, . which : spIlpointment he ielhfior to noears. The - Indian cliutete told ippnn.shimt , and he re turned in 18.3:, willh the rank .fiinujonr:nndi : the pension of a captain.. In diuly Iin thl'' : same year lihe landed t A.lhany and et caine to Adeilide 'in lie Septonile...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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TELEGRAMS. Received Morwell Office, 7.10 p.m. Victoria. MELBOURNE, Friday. REILLY THE MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

,TELEGRAMS. [Br ELETRIC TELEORAPII. (FROM OUR OW' COIRESPONDENT.) Received Morwell Office, 7.10 p.m. SVktorla. . MsLr.utOUinv , Friday. REILLY THE IMURDERER. Itillty;the youthful murderer, who was executed at. Wagga :on Welnesday has left a lettor`in which' he espresses to the widow of ChristianEp{pil,'the inmurdorel` drover, his deepest contrition for the 'irre piarable harm done hoti and her childrei, and asks her forgivencss. Uu has also re nqested his brother to casist h6r ,chidiren and self in the fiture.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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The Late King of Koorooman [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

IThe Late King of lioorozual -4-+-- The Great Southlern Addcorotl Is respon sible for the following :-It is not a rare occurrence to hear of "young ,lnods" fron?m the old country living a fa~: lire in the metropolis at the expense of tr.alespeoplo and others, who alvays Iseem ready to lint implicit trust in anyone who "expects money fromt home," but it i.t not oftenl tlat-an old sundowner actually six montlhs in luxury-so far as his idea "of such goes -in a country town, at the xpenlltse of business people who are reputedly, "tip to the tricks of the trade." A.case of this kind has tcrrttced at the township of Koorooman within tihe last few days. Six montlls ag"I a urn llho is wellknown as "Dick the D,.vil," rec?eive'd tihe advice of the demise of his irothler in England, and that money had tIeen willed to him. Dick at once intimated to a publican not fur distant that lie was to bec come tihe possessor within a few wtceks ',f front two to three tllousand luIr.dlai ; audi on this nnd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

'Certetll)" the beht medlhloketLtHo Is SANDEB & t8o.s' HUOALYPTI P.(TIACT. Test its emnently :poerflI etftects | cougt, olds, olInfuen; the belief I lsnttntenemts. It rereots coeoe antd taol dents of nl' kind, obe they woun?,' bumeh slcallag bruiles, or sphol. It Is tho safestIl remoedy--no swelineg, no llfnmmatlon. Like lurprlsinglt effects tlroalued I. croup, ltphtheti. l,,eohttlslntdtmmoa .tlon of the lOer twollitg,, &o.; Itorhoea, lysenltry; dilseaes of the kIeyseaIud urlntty organs. 'It 5l, ,at Ihospital and metloal. ciltcs all oter.tho globe, :ltroutscdtt by llse matjesty the Kltg of italy • rowrtd wrlth tmetol att diplotlm aOtit.ltrlmtitonal ihhibslto Amsterdam. TRlt in tlsl approved ortieoud reject all othber.-Advt. DEAF FOITY YliAA . The doscriptlon olf a impe remodyt, tby which a complete curo of detfness, noI noles In th heno, lol D40 year' et.mdltl g has Jtlt eecn effetedl, will he sent Iree to nylon who applles to i, i. NIOLhOd ITS Wllite.oStrtet. Melbou...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

Our ,lelbourne i.etter. ----o----- '(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) What with theCupnd thhe-Cup and ie recess and the general uneventfulness in matters re ligious, political, and social there is little to write about. Of course the uneventful ness is more apparent than real. Under the seeming dead level of conventionality and routine, mnomentous decisions are be ing arrived at-dlecisions none the less sulonentous -because silent-momentous also for weal andt woo to many others be sides those who are msaking them. But although this is real and the very ground work and basis of the state that is to be, they don't serve the purpose of the journa list. He only sees they are of extnror dinary nature. Politically. onee.section -d 'the press in harping on Federation. We all, I think, are prepared to admire Federation in the abstract, but I question very munch whether any of tlhe colonies are prepared to mnake any tangible sacritices to secure it. "I pity her five shillings, friend, how much d...

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North Hazelwood. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

North Il.zeiwood. (Pnox oun owN cotnutsroNur$T.). The imermbers 'of thbe Ciuitia-" Mutual ruiprovenment Association held - their 'quarterly mutual tea in the Mechanics' Institute last Wednesday evening, when several inembers and friends deliversd .songs, readings, and reditations A'Which Bwere mucth appreciated by the audience, numbering over sixty persons. The re 'fredhments were kindlly proviled by the ladies of the district. The proceedes of 'the entettainunent, which amounts to £2, 10s is to be'equalty divided betweein the. two d?itechles' holding ' services here. Those taking part were as follows:-'Mrs. Dunhar, the Misses Cranwell, Thompson (2), \Villan ? nml Mrrah (2). The Messrs. Harvey, Howe (3), McDonmll .(2), Powell, 'Thompson (3) anil Keiroloy. The dliamond drill on Bennett's Creek is nmaking good progress, having reached a 'lepth of58Gft., .passing through .jointy. sandstone.' Artesidn water was struck at 830ft.,- flowing at :80 gallons an 'hour,' which has increased to ...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

*Coni nercial. T-Lidlaw tud Oraham'reports-For 8lorwell Monday, 4th inst. We had a large supply of cattle forwar3 and a good attendance of buyers. The bidding was lively for most of those offered, and oil but a few Idts'Were sold at recent rates. Fat cows, £4 12s 6d to £t 105 ; pens of steers £3 12s, £3 17s,; Cows, £3 8s to £4 2s CGd; Pobdies, £1 5s, to £2 Is, Pigs, stores, 15 to 18s. Also at their annual monthly sale, Narrncan, a large supply of cattleforward. Prices as follows:--Bullocks, £4 's, £8 is Od, '£ 7s'6d; store cows, £317s; steers and heifers, £2 1Os to £3. Poddles, £1 8s,,£1 l0s,'£1 13s. Privrtely a team of bnllocks at Karooman at £18 a head, ... MELBOUI?NE MARKETS. Messors Dalgety and Comlany - report: -Wool.-Our lcal', market.mailntalns its actlvity, and sales are being held con tinuously. 'Our third. sale took place on Monday last, the 4th inst., when we offered 2,200 bales to a full attendance of buyers. Tallow.-This market shows a still further decline and our advi...

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COAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

OAL. Professor ; :" D. nton, further examined boforo the o-Col Coniassioli said d fBy the Commission.- thiilik wo 'have pretty well finished 'with black coal 7 IIave you soon any ofour lignite, Is we cll it?-IRnd-iperelrnons only. " T'ulie that .spci.oion, what is that-hlniail inga speuimuti to the witnuesa?-That hli_"ltr |li ?in or it iwg. ho ne ?,,' . how coubl you determine that ?-I could not determine it in that case; it can ie determined by its environment, by the rocks that surround it. Woult the one he as valnable as the other commnercially? -These varinls kinds of fuel overlap in their value, they merge from one into the other, so it is dihlicoit to say thet nornally the lignite would be mnore vaable th tan the peant. Is it similar to what to generally called brown coal ?--The terant brown cool and lignite in their proper use are synonymnous. I have gathered in listening tuconversations with the vurionus gentlemoninnVictoria that they nuderstand there is a difference between...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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The Pastorial Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

The I'atstorlttl Industry. * --+-*. Tee fourth sitting of the Intercolnnerl' Stock Conference .was held on Thursday, in the board room of the Lands Oliee, Mr. 0. Officer, M.L.A., in the lchair.,snd pre.ent Messre. BIlclhiinn, M.L.C., andl., Stirling' chief stock inspector, Victoria. A. Bruce,, chief inspector of stock, E. Stanley, Government veterinarian, and J. Lamb, New South Wales'; C. J. Valentine, chief inspector of stock, and N. D. IIandsiile, South Australia; C. Cowan, M.L.A., It. G. Paley, inspector of sheep, New Zealand ; T. Tabart, chief inspector of stock, .N. Park, veterinarian, and W. II. Bennett, M.L.A., Tasmania; and J. 'Tolson, Queensland. QUAtRANTINE OF ZOOLOGIC.L SP?CI)ENS. The chairman saild lhe had receivedl a, letter from the diretarsr of the Zoological Gardens, Melbourne, Iointing out that the resolution carried.by the connference, tIlat aninals consigned'to the Zoological Society sholld be quarantined on arrival. in.a. Government quarantine, would be dlias.s t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

Stud Notice. To Stand this Season at Meryla. MIorwect. THE THOROUGHBRED TROTTING STALLION "Pioneer II." By Pioneer (Imp.) Dam a thoroughbred Panic mare. Pioneer is a black horse, 4 years, 1i) hands, verystrong and well made. He took First Prize last year at ntarragul, Ilorwell, and Matfra, as stallion for getting carriage horses and banters, cavalry horses for India, and Trotting horses. Pedigreeon Cards. TERMS £4. Also THAT FAST TROTTING STALLION "Wildfire," A GREAT PRIZE TAKER. TERMS, £2. Mares left on grass £1 extra. arnes not proving in foal served free next All Mares to be paid for before removal. season .. Every care taken, but no responsibility. C. E. CORNEY. To stand this Season at Hazelwood, (Late Coll Shaw's.Farm), TEE PURE-BRED IMPORTED CLYDES DALE STALLION, RANFURLY. R ANFURLY, bred by Mr. Lang, Auchen rail, Bridge of Weir, Scotland, and imported by Mr. Alexander M'Whinnie, ex s.s. Chollerton, from London. Ranfurly is a beautiful dark brown, is rising seven years old ; s...

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Cricket. MORWELL V. YINNAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

Oi'Icket. .., ·.-EL V. Y1N' All. Thlo blloro match was played ott Sattir diay last. at I Yisoar."n. insrrotaltoLI it) a ýdtedod victory for Yinnur. 'lms fulluw aing ure thu scnren:- n A l llNM -First innings. *tStonC'nolit.), 1, M tllcr ... . Edneoy, I) FeLrfn'Oll . 1... 0 lIllards: ru o ut .", .. 8 Hlose, b liller . ".. ...26 tItln, ID I.rgunou .2 - Jl at, b 1Crgusonl .. . .. "1 lllnknnn, toml not 1 llesn entKeogh, I) Milcet. llmllgan. run oit... ... 30 Mct.nuphlann b ,Ie tuinotl . 2 Klitlit. nlnt oUt ...110 ."tiundrilEY c ,". `.3' ToIol At 88 ..x IlowLUot ASAl.Yiis S-3iller. 10' balils 441 rausti it'witbuta ;.t'rm'iinoo," l hill,:; 1.2 )rus. 4 wtiekunts ;I bu , 8 hIalls, 3 rnms :Nulsou;i0 halls,,:.irunu. ýMouiwoim..-iIrst lmmiiTgu. Graham, rnut t... not . 'Uruws, c Edmuiey, tDiuzunl a Fergusoi, un Lt, sl Edney' ...17 Mllter, ht iiouly .. = '11ate, i Edney 0 Stewart, Is Ednoy T liddlin, lout .... . ... :3 'rTurnle3 min out... -Robinson, I Ednley " ... 0 Totial al IlloWtaSo A`tALYSI...

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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

SATURuDAY.,NOVEIBERI 9, 1889. SHe forgets the world in 'thinking of hlilself" is "oftun said: of thel selfish man who lets his own affairs obscure his' vision as regards, the. ,troubles of those aroundl him.. It will. come as, a surprise to most of our readers to learn tliata nicetingof the ratepaylers of the Shire'of Traralgon was held last night in tha Shire :Hall, Traralgon (capable of holding about 85 persons) to discuss the proposal to raise a Ahire; loan.. If we are to put any reliahceoin: a -small advertisement which appeared in' the, Traralgon papers it is nevertheless a fact-4-a meeting wrs held' last night called through' the Tiaralgon papers,, to be held in Traralgon, and composed 'of Traralgou peoplei One of the, most momentuous, mllnlcipal `questions of the day is'to discussed, bya: meeting'of the' RATePAYERS of the 8111RE o TRARAL noo, and:to ensure the presence of the wun'oe.e of'the ratepayers, a small advt. is plotl ir the Traralgon local papers. Since we will, be ....

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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

'- oples of thle Week, COAL COM3IISS.?IO.?,- visit. of the Coant Commission to Morwull Is itdcellaitely postponed. CiurnUr oro EsN?LAD.- e are nl en.. to understand that divino service at 'Ilazcdl .. wood school will in future be discontinued owing to the Bonard of Guardians deciding' that an extra fortoightly service should 'be held at Morwell., MonwetrL. IACIG 'CLUB.--In anoth'e' column appears the programme of tho' Mlorwell IRacing Club, and as will be seot the distances have been 'considerably shortened, the object being to give local ' grass 'e horses a show. DEATHI OF Mn. 3McCoULr?-WV r±egret being compelled to chronicle the death of M?I Thomaas Fergus McCoull, who expired at his residence, Morwell' Bridge, on .Wednesday, the with inst. after a painful and protracted illness. Mr. MiecCoull came amongst us from South Australia, where he held responsible positions, and was greatly respected. The deceased gentleman was 72 years of age, and. an old colonist of 49 years' standing.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

Laicaaw & Graham. Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Iarriage, Lawrenson & Laidlaw.) CATTLE SALESEN, STOCI, ESTATE., FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COJMISSION AGENTS,I VALUIATORS, Sc. OFFICES i TRlARALGON' AND MORWELL. Governmeint Land Auctioneer : J. D. LAIDLAW. S\orn,Valuator ... ...J. GRAHAM. TRAIALGOk, MIONDA NOV., 11. LAIPLAW & OGRAHAM will sell on bovoe date at their yards 12 Gold steers, 2 years old 18 Poddies, fresh condition r, Springleg heifers 80 Steers and heifers, to 21 years 26 Good store cows 40 Poddies 14 Bullocks, wagon and tackle SBullocks and tackling 90 Toddies 50 Ewes and lambs 8 Peddles 2 Cows and Calves 30 Pigs, slips, stores and porkers . , We are Second Sale. rRARALGON, TUESDAY, NOV 12.' L AIDLAW.& GRAHAM haveo. received instractions from Mr. Thos.. Price to sell on above date, .. . 11S HOUSE, LAND, FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Being allot. 29, Hyde. Park subdivision estate, part Crown allot, ten A one, parish Traralgon, country Buln ' Buln, having ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

.BUSINESS DIRECTORY .Aelde'Atiseieets unnder this head waill s, inserted for 2s. Od. per quarter. A- 7O0NALDSON, Mrchnant. Thq oldest .~ ' ,:cheapest, and best,,Commhcdlal-road' )Iorwell... , A 'Y EY antsg a oml shave or hair . L' cut,call on O. A. SMITH, Hdlrdresser, Comrisiercial-roaid MorIwol' ; rAVANACH, ' IARIIIS, Cieap Cash %J. Store. :Drapers, Grocers Troimmeagers, Ac., Commerenlt-read, Morweil.-' :. : : E -?,,ELLEIER :Club:Hotel, .Commero ki'pt; cial-road, Morwoll. .. Brest brands: kePt. : Good l'stabling. Commrctial-roade ' lkD: )?IIfLIEt, Hairdresser, Tobacco. SVnlist,! anod, Stationer. Agent for all 'magazines and newspapers, Every novelty securdd 'CommercIal-roadMlorwell" ' IT DAW' "'SOGRAHAI,- Cattle Saies-: .. "inen, Stock, Estate, Financial,; and' "General CommisslonuAgents, .Morwell. and Traralgon.. . TGIIN' ENGLISHI, Auctioneer, Stock and I ". Station Aget, Station-street, Morwell. Charges atrictly moderate. ATSO CO.,- Geera"Storekeeper; 'Y Commercial-roads, Morwell...

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GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 9 November 1889

GRAIN .IMARKET. Whent.-Primeo milling samples, 6s 4d mediummilling, As to Os Old; inferior and faulty, 4s 4d to 5s l d. Oats.-.Now Zealad stout feed, 3s 6ld to 3s 7d;" stout Tans santan, 3s: Od; Victorian Tartarians, .s 4d. to 3s did; Calcuttas, As to 3s 2d. Barley.-New Zealand, os 2d to Os Od; mediam, 4s 81d to 5a; Victorian prime matling, to 4s 6d; inferior do, to As Od. Maize shows a good ndvance, and we sold a small parcel at 4s 41d. Pens had snles at sl Id.. ltran taken at Is 2d. Pollard had sales at ls 3d. Re gras qultt at 4s. Tile Fresh Fooa and Frozen Storage Com pany Ltd. report:-Chcese.-We had a large supply forward and very hard to move off. Primo Od to Oid; and medtum 3Od to 41d. Potted butter, noew.--Prime, 5d to Gd; 4d to fd for medium. Fresh butter.-We had a large quantity forward, and a good atten. dano of buyers. The market is easier than last week. Prime, Gid to 8d per lb. Medium from 5jd.to l;d; inferior lower. Eggs.-lid to 1I Id per dozen. Bacon.-Town sides, 8;d ...

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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889

Agrlealdtiral ?Gossip. In the eventof the bill for tie dedtrnn-. tion of vermin failing to become law this session. and thiere:is no" poneilnle chance of its jtansing tlo loulose now, a great loss'oill he inflicted on the agriculturnal community. Thins patticularh" as regnirils the sparrow n'iisance. N-thling can be doneoffectually in coping with this piagne exceet by soch legislation us will provide for nnitc~l action tlroughont tihe colony. a very little good can he expected from .indiv.idnal efforts. The Bill contemplated' the d-estruction of the birds by -ho .Goternment upon unalienated land and,the emponering of locnl bodies to taLke the matter-in hand within their municipal hnndlrioe, n thaint there was every liketiknes of succot s being attained. Tihe eoinlative Cwoncil, how ever, in their very s.perior ..wisdlomlnave inserted a proviaon tipulating uhnt poison should 'nthe nused inodestroying tihe binrds. How the shprrows are to ie got rid of withnt it, they leaove to imagipn...

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