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Infauticide at Bairnsadle. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Inlanticide at Dairnsadle. ' Thoibody of a newly horn female child was found in a wajerhole at Lindenow on 'Thursday morning. A handkerchief was found tied round its neck and stuffed into its mouth." Constable O'Brien shortly afterwards arrested agirl named Catherine MGreior, suspected to bh the mother of the infant. Sihe confessed to having had an illegitimato child previously. Silo is a •domlestio formerly employed at llairnedale, and is 26 years of age.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Stud Notice. To Stand this Seison at Meryln. Morwei. THE THOROUGHBRED TROTTING . STALLION "" Pioneer II." By Pioneer (Imp.) Dam a thoroughbred Panic more. Pioneer is a black horse, 4 years, 16it hands, verystrong and well made.. He took First Prize last year at WVarragul, lorwell, and 31affra, as stallion for getting carriage horses and hunters. cavalry horses for India, and Trotting horses. Pedigree on Cards.. TERMS £4. Also THAT FAST. TROTTING STALLION widifire"' A GREAT PRIZE -TAKER; TERSMS .2. Maves left on grass £1 extra. Mares not proving in foal served free next All Mares to be paid for before removal. Every eare takes, but no esbonsibility. C.OE. CORNEY. To stand this Season at.Hazelwood, (Late Coll Show's Farm), - THE-PURE-BRED IMPORTED CLYDES DALE STALLION, R ANFURLY, bred by IMr. Ianig, Aichon. rail, Bridge of Weir, Scotland, and imported by Mr.. Alexander M'Whinnte, ex s.s. Chollerton, from London. Rnnfurly'is a beautiful dark brown;is rising seven years old; standso nea...
Ensilage. (Continued). FILLING THE SILOS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
SEusilage.; t' he (Continued). sh FILuL THE SISILOS. Before saying anything on this head it a will be as well to state that there are now ti two recognised varieties of ensilage, viz, sweet andl sour ensilage. By the term "sour" it must not be understood to be in any way offensive; it has a pale greenish_- c yellow colour, and a slightly vinous odour. Sweet ensilage, on the other halid, is of a brown colour, and of a sweet Iuscious re odour. Sour ensilage has been found to be most lnitable for animals prohmcing i milk, andl sweet ensilage for fattening stock. YWhen it is desired to pracasee sour O ensilage, the crop may be cut when full grown (but before any of the moisture has escaped) and carted to the silo imme diately it is cut, and pressed tightly down. Tihe sooner the silot is filled, and the weights applied,l the better for sour ensilago. If tim crope are of a rough e nature, such as barley, vetches, maize, &c., they shluld be passed through the chalf cutter, but tIhe...
Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Agricultural.i Gossip. The very heavy thunderstorms which burst pretty gonerally' all 'over'the colony it thoend of last week and thie beginning of this, have done considerable damage. A good deal of hay was lying sout in the fields .when ilm.'raiin carne and hba been msoreor less injurled Iby the wot. A foer pstotiea of carly itrloy and uats alnso will ,o datiaged as tli hi .y'e're already in the staok lait the heaviest lIssea will hbe those sustained by the crol;' being laid by the storln s.. 'Many sprlendid paddocks of; corn have been levellcd tto the ground, and it will he alusist impossible -.to' reap thestm. Thu alhnlance of ninisture has also caused inllications of rast to show in the later districts. ' With all these drawbacks, howeveror, the harvest still promises to be a good one, tintgh as the heavy rains will have the ofi?ct of retarding harvesting operaiion? P itis- Intonesis- Rill i' "` a disappointmient to so!oe. Tim wheat inmrket has been somewhat depressed, sales be...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
MELBOURNE MARKETS.' The Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Com pny Ltd. report:-Cheese.-We had a large supply forward and very hard to move off. Prime ld.,to Bid; and medium hid to 4d., Potted butter, new.-Prime, td to Gd; 4i to 5d for medium. Fresh butter.-We had a large quantity forward, and a good atten-. da o eof buyers. The market is easier.than last week. Prime, 6Sd to 8d per lb. Medium from fid to (id; inferior lower. Eggs.-lld to lljd perdozen. Bacon.-Townsldes, 81d to 9d per ib; country 4d to Sd per lb. Hams. -Town, from 8d to 9d per lb; country, 5d to 7d per lb. Beeswax.-ld to 9d Iter lb. Lard.-Bladders 8d to J1d per lb. Honey. Fine clsar garden sold at from ad to Jid. Carcase pork.--3d to 4Lid per lb. Pigs, heads, 2d tod per lb. Poultry.- Turkys. G? to Its per pair. Goese, 7s te 8s per pair. Fowls, 4s to as sd. Ducks, 5s to hs ?d per pair . Messrs. T. Matthew McCaw reports.-Pig Reomrt.-Stores-A fair supply and the market very slack. Porkers.-A good number yarded andt sales fi"...
Re-opening of the School at South Yinnar [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Re-opeulni of the. School at south Recognising that it was manifestly rnfair that' the Somth Yinnar'Sch6ol be closed while theo fioneweather lasts, and the urgent need of making the best rf good roads, as in winter it is some times impossible for the lchildren to attend, we wrote on behalf of our many subscribers' in 'those' parts to have the school at once re-opened. . Mr., Mason, with his usual promptitude' placed 'our letter before tho. department with the following result: Education Department, Melbourne, 16th.Nv 1889..... Memorandum for F. C. Mason;Esq;, M.P.. With' reference' to the letter asubmitted by you from Mr. B. Turnley of MSorwell, urging the re.oliening ofithe eouth Yinnar School, M[r. Mason is informed that another relieving teacher has been sent in place of the one off duty through illness. W. HI. HANDFIELD, pro Secretary. It is a pity we are not -oftener. made aware 'ofl the .,many', inconvenien?-s suffered by those iirviniriithe. otlying districts, as in many case...
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 23 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
THIE ýEowiu*Uh l Xisateitzier. SATUR DAY., NOVE~IBER, 23 1885. Is there either reason or justification for the unseemly haste and scramble whicn for years past have invariably marked the closing days of a Victorian parliamentary session? We know there is. not; and the, country knows to its cost that the practice is directly vicious and 'deinoral-'. ising, hindering our national progress and often causing an amount of hardship 'iiid injustice-the direct result of'erudo'-' and!hasty legislation-which is a sorry reflection upon the boasted intelligence . of a free people. What makes, tliohe. practiceomore inexcusable is an admitted.. fact that it could easily be avoided, and that too without taxing the labor of our `t legislators, who are paid, and hand-. somely paid, for attending to the public - interests of the country. For instance, what possible need would there have-' been for last Tuesday's all night sitting of the .Assembly with the unseemly wrangle that distinguished it, if Mr...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Toples of the Week. COAL COxMtSsION.-- We understand the:- commission will visit 3forwell on Monday r next, to take local evidence. It behoves the; , residents to make some arrangements for their reception. CHonc OF ,ENOLAD.-We have .been requested to stats that Mr. Francls will be unable to take the services at Yinnar and Morwell Bridge to-morrowi, sowing to his mishap on Thursday. :, , TrEFT.-=On- Tuesday last a; porterl.?t ti - Thorpdale, named J. :lorphy, was arrested :. for stealing eight sovereigns from a man who' slept In the sanme room withl him t.He ladmitted his'guilt and wsa placed tanthe M'oo Goal ?. UARDED FAIR.-In another column it will besecon that it has been decided to hold a Bruce auction to-night of the articles re seaning from the fair. THE POOWONO POST-OFFICE ROniE-r. Nothing further has yet been discovered, in a ite of the efforts of Detective ,Lomax and 'onstablo Mahor, with reference to the mysterious robbery of the Poowong Post. office. The latest developmen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
Laidlaw & Graham. Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawrenson & Laidlaw.) CATTLE S ALEMISEN, > STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL, AND GENERA ?CQOMMISSION AGENTS,; 3 TRARALGON A\D ; MORWELL: Government Land-Auctioneer : J. D LAIDLAW. Sworn Valuato .. .. J.GRAHAM. TRARALOON IiMONDAY NOV. 25. T AIDLAV AND GRAHAM will sell at L their yards on above date- ,-ý S Fat bullocks` ' --.? 20 Good sprlngers 12 Workers and tackle, A1 * 27 Nice paddles S16 2-yr-old hlfers . -. 30 Steers,:to 2 yrs, .Y-l . 23 2'yr-old sters '4 2 . 50 Steers, 2 to 3 yrs, From Boolara 14 Workers, waggon and-tackle.ooe" :i_ . S.J-;, sand taCkle - i i -1 100 Fatsheep :: -; 20 Pigs, slips:stores, porkers. I :::" ,2 : A 6 h.p,. Engiane and,. thresher.?with - .elevator, to be seen'at rear of Mr. Mitchell's Hotel. : - PRELIMINARY NOTICE,. - ' CLEARING SALE.. THO1RPDALE, TUEDSAY, DECEMBER 3. TAIDLAW.\AND -GRAHA3M have been J. instrectedby John Clarke, Esiq'(who: has sold his property) t sell on above:date--, ALL'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Advertisements under, tids head witll ie inserted for 2s. Cd. per, quarter. A DONALDSON, Merchant. The oldest cheapest, and best, Commereial-road'. Morwell. A " wONE tmings eong shave or hair ut, call on C. A. SM ITI, Hairdresser, -fommeri al-ord, Morwell. C1AVANAOH &, HARRIS, Cheap Cash Store. Drapers,Grocers, Iamron gers, Ic., Commercial road, Morwol., r =KELLEIIER. Club Hotel,. Commer ".jd.·eial~ ead,. Morwell. Best brands, -'tkept.?-." Good'.-st nng.i y MUombem-a; "Morwell. " B. B,?J.IR, Hairdresser, Tobacco. -J. ntist, and Stationer. Agent for all magazines and newspapers Every novelty secured. Commerdial.roadXOrwn1. "I" AIDLAW & GRAHAM, Cattle Sales? men, Stock, Estate, Financial, and General Commiasion Agonte, morwll. and Tmrarlgon. TORN. ENGLISH, Auctioneer, Stock and 'e Station Agent, Stationstreet, .Morwell. 'Charges strictly moderate. 1fATSON c 'CO.,. General Stoiekeeper: ;11.. Commerielal-road,. Morwell. Boots :and Shoes a speciality. ....
AMUSEMENTS. THE GARDEN FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
AMUSEMENTS. THE GARDEN FAIR. The ancient aphorism "if yon want . thing done well do it yourself," may be well quoted by the ladies' commnittee who were instrumental in bringing to so slecessful an issue the above fair. The " lords of creation" may pride themselves on being the "superior article," but if a thing is wanted to be done thoroughly and artistically commend us to a body of energetic ladies. For months post the coimmittee working in connection with the above bazaar applied themetlves to their task with unflagging zeal and commendable regularity, so that now to see their efforts crowned with success is only a fit ending to so earnest a labor of love. It is pleasant too to be able to put on record that the fair workers have mot with every enoouragement from residents both in Morwell and the district, their solicitations for contributions, except in a few isolated cases, meeting with a hearty response, a signal proof of the good-will and amity existing in our mnidt. Thu fair w...
The Cases of Small-pox at Adeliade. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 23 November 1889
'he Cases of Small-pox at Acellade. The servant girl employed at the 'boarding house at North Adelaide where Mr. Parker the smaH-pox passenger by the :steamer Yarra wont to reside, bas undoubtedly developed thoe disease. The .girl, with the whelo of the honeohold, are, sow in quarantine. Somoe alarm nnis felt, a Mr. Parker came into contact with a largeo cuamber of pueoplo before the nature of hit enalady was suepectoi. The Premier statod in the House of Assembly on Thursday, that the Central Board of Healthl was endeavoring to trace the persons who had been in contact with Mr. Parker.
Cricket. MORWELL V. TRARALGON [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889
Cricket. nMORWELL V. TRARALGON ' The above clibis ment on Satiirday last st Morwoll, when the visitors sustained a defeat by two wickets and 9. runs. The following are the scores: TRnnAerdo--First Innings. . Vietch (capt). I Johnson ... 13 Borland Fergunson ... 17 Gnnn st lHenry b Johnson... 2 McClearv, b Ferguson ... 3 Milligan, st. Henry b John son .. ..... Parer, c Miller b Livingstone 9 Crowe, nrn out ... ... 15 Carrington, oa Tuinley, b Miller ... 31 . Prynrno, t nut .. . 2 Taylor, h Johnson .. ... O0 *Baldwin b Johnson... ... 1 Byes ... .. ... * 2 Total .... ... .. MOw?L.L-First Imnnngs Graham,:bG n .. .. 7 Johnson, run out ... ... 2 Henry, h OGnn ...... 7 ,Livingstone, b Gtnn 0 Fergisnon; ron out .,..' . 9 Nelson, b Parer ... ... loake, Gnnn ... ... 8 Miller (capt)., b Gunn .... 16 Date, not out ... ... 17 Tiurnlty, not out ... ... 11 Byes -...- . ... 7 Total for 8 wickets ... 105
Yinnar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889
(Fooxt A Cattnc.rouaxr). The lBrwn Coul Co who.se mine iii soitaiatedl niar Yinihr' tlieinia business in earnest, as they ave. let thela contract for tile erection of a powerful plant and inaclinallry which is daily expected to arrive at Yinnar. Mr. Pirmin has the contract for carting .sata to the mine. About 30,000 bricks will be required to build in the boiler and erect the stuck, the most of which are now ean the railwaiy platformt here:" "I trust -the shareholders will reap large dividends to recoup them for their outlay, I h:aii'e ?ory little doubt lnst such will be tihe case. . The elite. of ,Yianar ~are- somewhat on tlhe qi vivi in anticipation of the intendeud visit of thlo Ilislop'of 'Melbinrne at the npening of the new clhurch lere, whiich I hear is to take place on the 10thl prex. No doubt.there will be a large gathering. Some few weeks since Miss QaigleR. the dauglhterof our loncal storekeeper, mot with what at tile time was sepposed to lie a slight' accident, by rece(ii...
MORWELL V. MIRBOO. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889
.. MORfWELL V.. aliRBOO. Morii ll will play Mirlioo at 3lirh'in tno day. The Moweoll.players aro:-Nelsnn, Crowe, Livingstone. Date, Fiddle, Boake, Tnrnlue, Fitzpatrick, Stewart. Nind, Mloir, Ferguson, Miller. Mirboo Team :-Anlh worlth (2), Buchanan, Franconme, Laon (2). '.1'Clelland, Mniirhead, O'Oonnor,:lIteardon, and Slator. EmoergencieR-Higginbotiotl, Yuund, Blackwell, and Jones. . -..
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889
RAILWAY MANIFEST. The following goods were at theo rallway ,station ycoterday-- , PAao -- Woods, Ham, Waldo SMcKitterich', Watson, Stephenson,' Natall, Crimmins, Playford, O'IIallatron, Murphy,, Potterson, McFarlane, RlthMoos , Lawless,; 'Dixon, Woolfe Irving. Cranwell, Hill.: GooDs.--wison, Howlett, Kelleher, -Tulloeh, Malton, Stovenson, Robinson, Keonig, Black, Cranwell, Loder, Harvey, Thompson, Alexander, C. Corney, Sheehan, " Parker, lintloull. Burrean BoxJs.-O'Gorman, Gooding, McDonald, Dunstan, Ryan, Cook, Maher, lcGlauren, Roes, Cantwoll,' Gibort, Alloid, Jon os, Uontctoll, lMackayv, Findlay, all, Juinier, Little, Foster, Gleeon, Jarvie, Watson. Richards, Wuttriek, Boekloy, Woods, McInnes, Donahuo, Dunbar, Deppeler, Marshall, Cranwell, Bryson, .lno~oey C,, mmifns, Geale, Firm in, Rankin, McFarlane, Jacgttng. .
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 30 November 1889
TO.XORROWS BSERVICU. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-Dd;-l . eric bll b. held tomorrow (At Sunday In Adent) a follow :-M-orwml II e.. .nd 7 p.m.: Ddimald, 7.70 p... Holy Communon. Rev. J. Weker, CHURCH OP EOLAND (MLrbm District)-Divine servk c ll be held a sfollow:-fIwlulor. II m.; Mlrboo Oentnl., 3 pm.; Mirbmo North. 7 p.m. Mr. Hltohctwl PRNDlYTRYUAN CHUflCi.-Divine srvlic will be Ihld to-morrorw lfollo:.:-lloluerood II .m., North liloodlvow 2.30. p.m.; Norwoll, 7p.m. Rv. R.3flrrny, WESLhYAS CIIUfCII.-ullmw servlr. will be eldl to-morrows follwo. :- Morwol, 7 a.m. .ndo7 p.m. Mr. Lrgoo Yhmnr, II .m.; Dm3. erem, 3p.m.; t Mmlblm. 7 p.m.; Mr. Die.. SALVATION ARMY.-.-Dvrr Prid.y, open ari