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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
THEic ~ar tsieJI fibr * r t* er. SATURDAY, NOVI'EMIERt 16, Il8.. TnIE following appeared ill la'itTuisdad's Journal, referring to our leiding .article of last week :- . "Oitr contemporary, the. tonIWEi.L AIVERTItsnI cannot lenveTrarnlgon alone, and seums to hold a brief for cuating sneers, and stirriig up strife,;' It our friend were as? anxious)lth he accurate llinfdrtion .oit what he writes about as he e"eidently is to all?lcuar slnrt,nlud,t rcnchant lie., woull t Ia:.. .-_ý-"., tl nt. h. mfere " to .. a.!hale . Arl . cornter" mettiig' oil the laut quetlion were ti.titily beside the mark and linwarranted. It'wll lie iitnfrmiatiol to our.learned censor to khiow that it wns nrralwed at tlhe, nst sitting of I tliie' ioinell that i letiigs ot rate. payers shoul d he.called Ln each riding. andi the one to which he. so lidliglantly, refers was coucIIned, on that utnderstauilng. lUe fore asnming the gratuitous rule of slallderer and mischla t amnaker, our contemlo ary eio>ulh bl sure ...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
'tlopics-of thew?i Wek. - ClnAD RN A-NATrosiAL. SnHw,--Thoro are ..' now 27 entries for theo salt butter:ln cun;. nection with the above how. . . .. THE' Dlootls.--MCesrs. idlatIl and :' Oraham-will on . Monday' neat 'offer,'the booths in'connectlon with thOe Morwell' lace: Club; and Mr. . A. Earlo those in cgneiectiodrn ' w?th thl.oYilmar metlIng: MOnwELL CADETS.-ycestcrday aftearnoon the Morwell contingent of the Cadet Corps- '. for the first time oimelt flie at the butts, The rango was 0Oyds, and the top Stoore were J, Murnloch (possible) 25 ; A. Wilson, !; .O. Alday, O. Johnston, II. Gilbert and others 20. : , RoAD et'horE1fEir,-Ontr readters' wtIllt. be- glad to learn thtlt Ithe :honhll "havro decided to cler.nnd makl good the d ngerouts'. road reffIdrtd .to tiilail: I lt Issub betivceen Purdue's'. iind the railway crl8irig at'th'l west end'b f thb town,' als to" gravel: tle : bottonm'of the rldge etting, ' LAND -In another column itwilI be een that Mcssrs. Laidlaw and Graham w...
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
1lA•.IIA I A ,l. A .: ' .,ST. The followilng goodowere at the railway station yestenlray :- .... S1'AitlO .-Alexander, Robinson, LeTiston, Taylor, tC 'atson, Richardson (2), Parker, Kinder, L].illy, .Rhodcs, Patteroln, iDixon, Morris, Loder; Johnston GOin s. aitson, Tulloch, Chin riHnev lRoEf. .English, ; ,Murlrln h, .K.,enig,.' Merltosh; i'oldiing,Johio n; i, o ice, Dusting.' ' BUTTEn IlolS.--Shaw, Arnold, ?Hall Cook, McNabb, l'uwer,: GCding, Farren, Firmin, Jcjung,.Allod, Jlcintyre, O'Gormnn.' lres, Dunbar, Mlarnshall Wuttrik, MclDonald. ltinhr, Oeanl, Brown, McFarlane, Cranwcll, Gleesob,, ?rynl Tulmiei, Buckley, Riankin, Ogilvie. lthiels, Jarvey .Dunitas, Matsou,
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
GENERAL. An old Taslntnonni? convict was itrre?ted 'his morning eSnpp?sed to have been imn plicated in jewo.lery robblries which oc curred recently at Carltonnvtd Collingwion' Sir William Robion will bo'worn in Adlministrator -of tltho Government of .Vidtoria toimorro w.
Morwell Police Court. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Before Mr. D. B. Daly, P.M., and Mr. John, English, J.P.] LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
- ..Iorwell -Polite dtoPrt. r S.WE.INErDY, Nsoo tB~nen 1tl. ; ileufore 3r.D. B. DItly, anald lr,' Mr."Geo. 'Watson, charged with surrep. ititously cxt'ractlng ltablibttle'ofls..qa -l vlte fromm the bar: of Mr.- i. 'Wihks''HOtel, 'litnar-, Atond before the. barof. jusilce. 'Geo. protestedirn seueh'an effusive atyle 'that Jlhe onlyannnexd'th'bottletemporrily, and 'rs repeatedly, asked to be fined that at last 'the bench eoisolited to allow him to add -40s to the colsolidated .revenue,'in place of *conning 'Over the vieisituhles of a chequered *existesce, in durapce .vlo for oneweek.., VAGRANOIr. 'Michail tothran;.:from Boolam, 'waspre.' 'seated on the.bove charge.; It appears that Michael isbunder the tmln?rseln that 'there rare too'manytoilers in'the',ineyard alretdy, 'and linbucd"wilh' theiidea'that'"'too many *cooks spoil the broth," rcmnined inactive 'while ,litsr fellows supplled' his wants. 'Constable Miller couldn't see 'through this '(probably beenuso'he'hasnrever lbeen'i intc...
WELCOME TO THE REV. R. AND MRS. MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
VEL.COIME TO THE REV.,'R. AND 3MRS. MURRAY. A Tea meeting was held in the Prsbhyterlan Church .hnre on Friday, theu ,8th 'inst, *to 'accord ?a.publie welcome to the Rev. lobt. Murray, 31,A.,,'and Lthi wife tto Morwell. After d d d the ladies liad led te he creature comfortn of thobseprcsent'.inthe shape of a tood tea, the chairman, the Rev..J. G. Willson, of Traralgon, in a few happy re. nmarks _welcomed on behalf of the congre" :gationt the newly married cousle;. During 'the evening the choir did excellent s?rvice'ln 'the.way of'sin ing, and 'what with speeches ifrom other gentlemena' .ivery enjoyable evening was spent.
GARDEN FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
GAHilE\ FAITR. The'Ganlen Fair, in connentlon ilth St 'tar's Churchof. England.willbc oiened at 2.so ppv: on 3!onday by.' C..,Mason, Esq... M.L.A.. Inthe evehlng.th'e proeeedilig will hbe enlivened by the renidltlonO sonigs by local vocalists. Every novelty Is.prorideds for the amusement of those who'visitthth Ianir, which promises to he a great "sucens, 'and indeed it should be for the ladies *comnilttee has worked with untiring zeal (for the past three months to make it so. 'On Tucsday night the -Trarlgon orchestra 'will perform, and those in search of really ~os'mubAi~ehould not miss hesiring them. A?ltogether the undertaking promises to 'eclise anything of the-kind yet, attempted; :nd as the prices of almlssion are xce e 'iionally nominal all willb? eableto einjoy it.
THE BAND CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
TIHE BAND CONTEST. With trference 'to the late enuttit at the Fitre brigadles' Demonstration, the I. A.D U., News'*hts the uflloltwingl:-" It apuenas tol be the general oinioetthat the awartli'mlade Iy tby the judge itsll te Imuld contest at thel '(iilppland United Fire ttigntles' Demnustra titen, at Sale, onit alnday wtunafar frtm Imhng a ijjist one. eUncomfortable worndd ,tatemleltst tre current. mniay of thelm Itltig ftlon Sale pcople, "thant.'the 4iidgeo engaget Iy Sale; unduly favored tht, Snle iten, antt dint haid a julst award beent mtad the Wthlltalla hand 'wotld thave got thile prine, with Trarnlgae nscconld, andlale nn atd lta!treidate abtt equal for third honittors." As the tcontrovetsy ins beenll -pened, we may w-ttre. says .the RECORD.:that thelhcal bdlld seootit .any i?en *of favoritism, andl give the ju.lge every. credit 'for hlis. endeavors to etme 'to alt imapartial ifcilsia. They give the Sale balnd e?very credit for its tinle ilayitng. mre especially of the "t' We...
THE MORWELL RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
TtE IORWELL RACE. CLUB. The fact that' theu distances 'have been shortened this year seems. to have given :gcneral antisfaction, as rumors of all sorts 'are already abroad *of innumerable "dark runs" belonging'to local'resideltsuln 'heavy 'training. It is undoubtedly. a fact that in past;'meetings :grass ;stood a poor show againsteuats,Abut nouwwe canaall lnaim 'tn be owners of racehorses, for it Is a weed tindeed that cannotspurt a mile. Mr. Harris, 'the secretary, has also this year provided Iproper. entry forms a'so that anyone not suppllied.has-onty toapply to be sttisfied.,
Ensilage. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
The llo syl temn cannot le sild to'.ntdE " recent origin, for we"real of the ancient Illomans preserving fruits, .grain, antd forage in a green state in large subterran- I san valts. Thie Mexicans also have prac- a titled the same process for centurries, and still phresrve a large hblk of theiir fodder a in this way. Tke'attention of the English speakiing world was 'first drawn to this subject by the transkition +(by a Mr. Ironwn, an American), of a book written a by Aegtte to' Gotnfrt, : 'i dlising+ished member of the Central Agricultural I Sociuty of France.. This work, was pub- I lished in New Yortk in 1879, when the sehject was .qgiickly taken uti by the American people, who have since done I nuch to popnlbrise thestystem, anie there c are 'noe: in that country : thousands of ( elas. In 1882, n con?crence was held at Newv York 'of several hundred farmers, wvlo mett to comnpare their varioifs exper iences, and the answers to some of the questinns consi;leredl ate very remarkaible...
GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
• .GRAIN . MARKET.". :, Whent. -l'imme milling samples, 's 4d mediuma" mlliling; -s to as Old;. inferior and. faulty, 4s.4d toIli'l~ d.' Oats:-New Zealand stout. feed, ns bld to ZS 7d; stout' Tas manann, as lid; Victorian Tartarlnns; '?t uil: to 4d; . Calcuttans,. s to .s 2d. Iarley.-Now Zealand, Is 2d to sn lid; iedlum, is 81d to-ls; ' Victorinr'-prime malting, to 4 Od ; inferior do, to as Gd. anine shows a gotd advane, u nd we -old a small parcel at 4s did. Pens had sales at as Id. Bran taken at Is 2d, . Pollard had sales at Is ld. Rye gram quitto at 4s. ,- The Fresh Food and Fruzeon Storage Com pany Ltd. report:-Cheese.-We had a large supply forward and very hard to move off: Primo ld to 6id; and medium Sid to 44d. PIotted better, new.-tPrime, id to Gid; 4|d to 5d for medium, Fresh butter.-We Iad a large quantity forwardl, and a good ntten. dative of buyers. The inarket.is eosier than last week. Prime;, Gd to 8d per lb. Medium from tu ldto 6d;inferior lower. Eggs.--lld to IlI I p...
Traralgon Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
Traralgi shiM re Ceiiuntil SW D.NF.snAv NovsiR?at 13.B . SPresen-TIhe Piresident (Cr." Peterkin), in the chair, aol Cr': Campbell, 'Firinin, Howlett, Kelleher, Mackay, Varney; Bourke and Bodycoinb. CORItRF.PONDENCE. - Prom u William-'White; Mirhon i?rtll; stating that a deputation would wait upon the coulncil re ?arlers roadn at their Nov ember meetiing.-Received. " From Wnm, WVilliams, Bioolum, enelosing sketchlof land aseke for by him, tarai.g fromi McLtaren's road , o Lydliaidl' .Track.-.Reesived, ' : - iL5 From" CIarles Ogilvie. "hc. Shire"?t 'Woorayl, enclosing vounlhcr fori 94 1I8+ 8ird'; and stating that in cos'netlon with Lylird's 'traek 'thle follw;ing ieaolition was'carried at a. nmeeting of..tlie c-uncil lald onri th 8th inst:: -Tliat'In the'oilttion of this council it is'desirable that folrtlie Improvemients 'shouild he effected "on Lydiard's Track . during; the coming smumoet r, fromi L8eslr? oan's to Jagoo's, in volying an 'expenditure by the joint 'coun cils at least ...
Cricket. MORWELL V. MOE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
Cr; ket. S 1OI?RMELL _. srolr` J. The above temes meot last Saiturdlav, tie natch.lending in the iagnal defeat of the viriinrs; who? ?iccrhmebod ito the :liiiio' howling ns fast as they cnoul be sent to the crease. Thl "party by the nameno of Johnston" made 46 'fr"ethe home teamn before quitting the field, of strife, hut. eventually the "statff' gotthiu hedt if'liin. 'Tio other doohle-figure men 'wer, Graham Miller, and Fiddio, with .1, 6,, .and 15. 'tspectively. HIntniiker, for.lhe'ioitnrs. made 24. The following isn a ..autaileul nechint::--. , MonwrELLt-','irit 'Ittilngs. !Date; hbltrid! MIoir, b Iltnleker I. . '" Jeihnson,"n;c OConor,b .Sltof 41i IGrnaham. c Nelson (sub) b Staff 19 Miller'(enpt), lht Si tif ;. 10': BFelson, e and b Stifft ... I. lSenvi .ettb lTinnicker . ,? . 9 IItake, c. Cooper. b 'O'COnnore. 't 1Fiddls, c and b O'Cotinor ... 15 'CmOArC,.b.w. ' Hnnti~ker. .. 0 •Stewart, not out ... .. ,,. ithlys .. ` ,. I 'lowt, lt AsALYS.--E. Cooper, 214 blls, 17 runs. 0 wicke...
AMUSEMENTS. THE MORWELL MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 16 November 1889
AMUSEM ENTS. THiE Itot;tiT;E MINSTRELSo, : Thenabovc'club gave another pcrformane' '.* on 8atnrday last, thls" itii lto aid of tlhe funds of the local agriultniural siledty.: The house, as on a provious .'ocj?ton, was well filled, and it we are to ,judg" from the, frequent. applause the entertainment was thoroughly enjoyed. Th1'- perfdrirtnnc'' commenced :wit thu circle,' after~whichi) severolother songs were sing individtlly,. prominent amongst them '")iheig :'1r. Cavanagh's '"Steering' lIotme"' nl -r' M..r Falirhairn's ' Dublin lat. ' The, i?aglhablurr farce "Ajax defying his mother-in-latw,' r. concluded th e evening's amusem ot, ,nd seemed to bu greatly. appreciated. :i? Laidlaw ns Chorkey Chump. a fussy, ecentric, old gentluman,, played hi'part to life, while Mr. Cavanogh surpassed 'dmhimlf in his delineontion of Captain Smith, the . ardent ,and .. adventurous adq!rgr of old' Ciiomp's . daughter, AraIbella,. Thiis IaatS character was taken by ",.terA. Wlnsori, and wadr very c'e...