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TELEGRAMS. Received Morwell Office, 7.40 p.m. Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

TELEGRAMS. -0-- lBr Er.EorTIC T.I.EtaArnI. ( FROM OUM owM CORRESPONDENT.) 3"ecoivcd dorvettl Omcc, 7.40 p.m. Victoria. JELBO'noRNE, Friday. •GENERAL. Expected that Mr. Goschen will approve of the draft bills for the invest moet of trust funds in Austruli .n securities. Miss Cornwell, the premnter of the -outer harbor scheme for Adelaide regards the cost as excessive and is trying to reduce it to seven hundred and fifty. thousand pounds. " Parliament was prorogued this morn ing by Earl Kintore. Diphtheria has apliedred in a mialig nant.form in Albury.. Judge Casey dealt with three ,?ighwawy Jobbers severely. Dier got three years and .one flogging; Ediwards, te;n e.i'is and one flogging; and Ryan fourteen .years and three floggings. Two hotel barbers. Barretand Wilson, got twelve months iniprisonmeateach. - Audiacious burglary dobsiiffdiite Hawthorn and Brunswick. A young man: who, had drawn first :prize fur fifty thous:and swieepisuminoned by a young womaela for mahntenance at Melbou...

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CLASSES NOT YET JUDGED. CLASS C—HACKNEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

CLASSES NOT YET' JUDGED. Ctrss C--IIHAcKNEs . .Mounted riflliman's horse, over linrdled not to exceed 3ft. Gin. First; £10 ls SBest lady's hunter, over hurdles not to exceed 3ft. Gin. high.'.First; £7- " : Pony. under 13 hands, over hurdles not o exceed 3ft' Gin. high. TFirst. £2 2s .Beat weight carryinghtliithey'up to 14: tenoe . First; £10- . -. Best trotting entire, iilddbn or dirien i (inot nece.ssarilV for speed). : First,! £5- . -Best pair of buggy horses. First; £5 Rest weight carrying hunter up to 13 stone, for horses that have not bheen first, tecond,' or third'in an open steeplechase. First, £10.. Best' lady's hackney: ;Firsa £5- - Best single hbigy horse (Cinro or geld ing) ro o.,First, £55 - Best light weight carrying .hunter up to, 11 stone. First, £10 . .. .. . est broughiam horse; in harness. First SBest pair of carringe horses. First, £7 7s." . ' . - ... .. s , .. : Rest'light weight carrving hackney up to 11 stone. , First," 12 1-s- . - - For tlho igihet jumpini lit...

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TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE RIGHT HONORABLE EARL OF HOPETOUN, G.C.M.G., GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

To HIS EXCELLENCY THE RIGHlT He xo. ; nt EArL Or llorcroux, G.C.M.G., -. UOVlrBUR OF VICTORIA. , May it please Your Excelluecy, -, We welcome you most cordially to Gippsland, and to the Grand National Agricultural Show. Devote loyalty to' our Gracious Queen, and staunch allegiance to Iler Throne are,. we assure yor. characteristiec o[ all Vic turians, and as our Sovereigln s representa. tive we joyfully hban your arrival amongst us. O :r portion of the colony being but recently occupied very great results cannot be expected. but we -trust Your Excellenrcy will see sufficient of our pastoral and agri cultural prolucets at our show as will demon strate that a great future Is in store for these imlrortant industrirs'in Gippsland. With all goal wishes for the health and welfareof Youer.Excellency and the Countess o f IToetoun, we remain youTr most obedient huamble servants for the Traralgon Agricul tural Society. D.-CAMPBELL, Presldent. F. 3i?JlNNEL, Secretary. Traralgen, 5th December, ...

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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

To spite oE tho heavy early:'sumrnor timi8rsor ls tr I andt llU tendeoniesoto rust ,which cortiin' districts liihae tnantifestod. brighlter "bthn thoey' tisully au.` e Frtirtira' sltold therefore prepare to inko" thlie mort of tiem ood, crop.? wlhli they masy' noi xpocte this t.:n 'clqu'ientito ot..dhiat produced hues scaeou'is likely to excecd tIh local requirenenta by no small quantity, and there will be alarge surplus available for exportation. Farmirs should be careful to secure their grain in the best possible condition, and particularly, sholtd have it clean. A dirty sample militates against the price and a very little extrt trouble at the thresher or winnowr will prove profitable. Most farmers ore aware of this but do not trouble to turt their knowledge to'account. Another important matter is the quality of the bags in what the grain is to be transmitted.. If. they wont Tear the wear and tear of ronglt lmhillling by rail, river or sea transit. the 'clliites .are that the lric...

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Cricket. MORWELL V. MIRBOO NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

IM10RWELL V. MIRBOO NORT'ET." ThiM natch'hwo playedion the erotnd of the latter on..Saturday. nnd .iesnltel in, n win for tho home team, The following are the MI non.- itir T nnings. SD. Tne, b Nelson . ....-.. 4" r amniin; b NeLsoto '. Sliechnan. biNdloi. . .j.0? ':.l 1:1I :. hinter, a Stewart, b Lrivngntono 4 Aohi?orth, ht w, b Livin i tnogsne o1 '' O Conior.-ca Trnley, b Nelson 11I Lanie, ht w, b Nelson ... ... 1 iteardon'cNelsoin; htLivngstoti? 0? " luirhead; Iw, b Liringstone... 0 M'.Len.Trnlevio , b Nelson 0 'Anlihe orth, tnot oot . '.`.?- ... 7.. byes . .. ... . 7 Date, c O'Connor, b Franklion ; .. ::Boakoi Ashworih :t. ; ..: 16 Livingstone, bAshworth 4... i Nehlon so Buchanan b .P rnklin 7 Henry a lBuchanan -b Fr?mklin 7 , Tnornly, b Ahworth ' 0 Stewart. c O'Conodor, -b Ash- i i worth 0, SFtddu , b'Ashwndrth ..' "2 ' ilnd, c & b Ashworth . ... 8, Fitzpatrick, not ou . . 2 Earle, b Ashworth, . .. I :;- :' ,,byes '... .- ... : ...-. 3 b~!. an.,~, ·^t·il~l &(~

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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1889. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

THI1 8ATURDAY. DECI:lIDBE 7, ISSt. 'foples of the Week. Yt~Neyn ;RAOiCLUB.'-Tho entries for prinerpal raees in the above meeting close on Saturday next, at 4 p.m. Yinnar is tuobe romplimented on their'pluck: in runlnig a, 'oolash tfim Morwell.t Intending ?vasitois ern now. leave Morwell.-at?10.39 a.m., and' retirn from Ylnnar at 8 p.m. V'tATTLE 'CULT~lru.-- Mr. ,.Daw has directed a niop to he rep'aread "showng.. all the suitableoland nvallabln throughoat the colony for wattle culture. A small hand hook is'also to he-'prepared, containing all the: necesarly.,information proculrable on wattle growing. This' information will hb placed :nt the:disposal of peisoain intendiig to take advantage oftile Wattle Caltivntion Act, and will serve to guide them in laying out plantations. :'MOitWELL' RAOINGO '.CTUA.-.Those" in tclndin to enter their horscv for the abore laces shonld hear in mind that tfie entries for the handleap, hurdIls. Ttll, nail ony rpces close at S p.m. on Tuesday next. anll ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

Btud Notice. To Stand this Season at MIeryd.. Storwei. THE TIHOROUGHBIRED TROTTING STALLION " Pione'erL SBv'Pioneers(Im .) Damn a thoroughbred il'ario mare. "': 2 , -. ' - . Pioneer'Is na'blnck horse, 4 'years. It hands.'very strong and sell made. lie took iFirst Prize last 'year at , aringnl, slnrwell, -and Maffrm, as stalliori. for getting carriage hores Rand-hnuters. cavalry horses for India; .·and Trotting horses. ,:. • . Pedigreeon Cars. TERMS 94. IR'IFAT FAST TROTTING STA.LLION W Wildfire "; A GREAT PRIZE ,TAKEI , TERMS" £2 Mares left'on grns' £1 extra. Marcs not proving in fohl served free next All Mares to be paid for beffore rmnioval. Every areo taken, bat no responsibility: C, . ,:E.. CORNE Y. To stand this Season at iar.elwood, (Late Coll Slmw's Farm), THE PORE-IRED IMPORTEID CLYDES DALE 'STALLION,' RANFUrLY. ..,ANFu RLY, bred bypMr..Lang, Anchen ILL rail, Bridge of Weir, Scotland,. and imported by Mr. Alexander, M'Whinnie, i as. Chollerton;,from London. tanfurly is a bea...

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Ensilage. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

Elasil:lre. While hiot it dozen furm-rs and dtiry" men we:e x Ir iO'ng tile silgs exlibits at " - tle hilt _.s li ito Sill.w. I wsa Iineh g.utifild ti lIes r teln fIll .n"w nr oviB?ee of the iIsiII.nie iahln of ensiigei fromt this lips of M?r. M. ll.rke, of \V'-nlotank. whoi his li:tI grsa:t rx!itrience in dlil a ian 'rinintiber IIthem. werit as follows ..-. -"Sit?e,. r sL-LIIli I n r iii ls-llittlt Cows, (slhat I" l]i-o/ )n to l.iai 'usc".f ";rul's hlnd ; i:lentfly I r ils rinl- I l?ed ?0) Ialre. hlt hsave girown eioiilng c,mei, ill I foil thait I c.Li k:uLi uas mln}- cte,s indl in lotter Il.ififn tontili'm i ,n thle 100 ncred will, tlI ntoe iF *nsi?glh tllr I f.rtnrsrln did on tly 1.6i0I witlh,t it. and ifen;lt?g t had note in ii .slrl r InO nott.p, I certainly lulllti not Ih on intinnied itrl i on ilairv.ng profitlhlil" T:iio is niot evrildeni? frntll Auir?roi, hlot from n respectuble colonlist of nini-" tears ctnn lin. . MR. TI:IPSOC? ON E'ARIt PIT E NSIILAGO I ano In a eCnlplet...

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THE GRAND National Show. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

THE GRAND - National Show. Thursday last, the opening day of the Grand National Show for 1889, ;held in Traralgon,'mnzst be looked upino as a' red letter day -in the annals of Gippsland's brief and prosperous history. It is in teresting to look back and note the rapid irongresaion we have made since the present Premier-the lion. .Doneann.Gillies turned the first sod oEfthe main Gippeland line in Sale little more than a decade since` Irralgon, which; on Thursday last, proved large enough to accorlnmd?nt sollie thou sands of visitors, at that time was'solebl dependant upon the exertions of. Hons Haxetl when anything' uonsual. apipeneoed to disturnih its every-d 'traintiiility. Ir those tinies the rnstic popularion wonld congregato at their doors,- with arms akimbo, the axman wonld. pause in lis •labioir, the "bullocky" would stop. his team, all to gaze at the sturdy oli " Cobl & Co.,"'as the jaded steeds dashed .up. t lIaxell's lHotel, and the weatheorbenten john descended fro...

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THE FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

THIIE FIRST DAY:'' -. ;.'.: .--We wonld venture to' say that'the first waking thnoghts of the Trtralhon reeidents on lThrsday:, morning . tended towards nnhility--i.e.;:.th visit of.: the Eirl inf. Hopetonun (noble thoughts froin'a strictly moral sense are iut. of the question as regards the average Tiaralgonito). The mnore nthlmsinstic, teo, we will-warrant, lIft' their.virtuous couch for the window, "just to have a peep at the w"eather," and. being satisfied, r plunged ;.again -into "hblanket hay" to' d earn of lords, -royal arches, - Morocco addraessee,etc.,. etc. At,an early hour the, town .becumne a Iscene of activity. Bnsliness men were actively preparing., for the great event, while many stood in groups criticising the royal arch and oother :preparations. This former was very tastefully arran?ed, , ex tending across from Parer's'Grand Junc tion Hotel.= 'Its erection we understand, was tnrlder the supervision of iMr. James Campbell, the shire engineer, and consider ing the cir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

Laidlaw & OG:ahm. Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawrenson S Laidlaw.) CATTLE SALESLMEN, STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL. AND. GENERAL CO13MISSION AGENIS. VALUATORS, S.c TRARALGON. AND MORWELL. Government Land Auctioneer : J. D. LAIDLAW.? Sworn Vnlehor ... . AiJ.R CLEARING OUT SALE. OLD.ROSEDALEk THURSDAY DEC. 12, T AIDLAW & GRAHA3M are. Instructed IJby Thos. Gadd, Esq., who has pur. chased a store and is leaving the district, to sell as above without the slightest reserve, all his Cattle, Horses, Implements, Furniture, &c. 50 Head Picked Cattle, including some nice cows in m ilk 1 Bull 3 Draught Horses, I back 2 Strong Quiet Buggy Horses Horse works, chaffeutter, d. and? s ploughs (new), farm wagesn and frame, light tip dray, 200 gal. a tank on wherls, pump and hose, secd-sower with harrows, roller, spike, harness, swingletrees, harness. pump anod pipe, 2 grind stones, pen rake. winnowing machine, wheel bharrow, 'water cask. blacksmith's be luws, vyce, anvil, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 December 1889

3USINIESS DIRECTORY -- -- -- - 1 Adertlisemenlts under this head rill le inserted for 2s.'6d. per qututer. A DONALDSON. Merchant. The dlIdust cheapest, and best, Gommercl t.road' NIorwell. A Y ONE wanting a good shave oihair S cut, can on C. A. SMITH, Hatrdreoer,. ' Commercinl-rlad, Morwell. SIAVANAOGI S& HAlRRIS, Cheap Cabh J Stoere. l)mpere, Orocers, Iroamonger, * . s. tm and eretal-road, Mrwe for rEd. nLLCIiER. Clnb Hotel, Ceomer Gene -roal . Com brmll. Ag Bet rwlands larueoll. t.- KIILLEtI Auirdresosn?r, Tobacao ' Dist, aind Statiner. "AIgent for all agn.i hoes aud nuweimltrN. Evpry novelty scurede. 'Comwrtiai -iortdMorwe o.l LAIDL. Ait GIAHAM, Cattle Salet tlmen, todd kEtstock, Fialcial, end 'U eneral Commisa o a"gcultsl .l3 rwell. -od' W' t. 'i'UI.0{H CO., Contrectrf TOHN IEOildrsII, Aution6er,~ atocd Unir Statio Ager, St t?itostot stMorwit Mrwell 'Charges strictlymoderat'- .'; .. , . " ATrON ' &TE... O,,iGil: Storekeeper . Commereial.?amllrorwell..cI Boots ur ...

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MORWELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889

MORWELL RACES.,. As will be seen below, thm:entries' fur the above races are not it till ilisa?point ing, and we may safely 'say that'attend: ance is all 'that is now required .to pay Mr. Harris doi'his labour in'working.for -the successgf the club : ".'"MORWELL HANDICAP. Mr. Thornton's Denla, 5yrs, .. , T. Keogh's Infants, byrs. ..; F. Amiet's ,tshe Dainty, 4yrs ... J. H. Prtier's'Cdrlinha. yrss' .. , J. Jone's Sunbeam, 4 yers... ,,I. Pearson's Ruin (latoeDiamen. .tlan), aged ..: , . .-. G. ; O., Auchterlosiees ackbeeith,, byrs. .. ,, , Stanton's Young Sam; aged ... ,, H. Penalnas Glenisaden, lyrs... ,,'G. TttersMn'ri Slun, 7yrs. ' ,, J. Rowley's' Lord Hilietoun, 6 yrs C,, . O. Earley Vixen, ned ... ,, T. Martia Dawson, byrs... ",, R. Sair's Olive, Syrs;.,. . Mr.O. A a Eaailes 1ullv, aed . scr. ,\V.LO'Mna'a's Ilrowntie.';; " ;50 ,, o.Irvigis Darby KSelly, aged .a . e a ,, J; Moatahan's Modesty, lyrs :100" , T. Martin's Vexation . 100 , ;Applegate'.4 Merle, 6yrs " 125 ,\.- O'3leara'...

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THE CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889

'THE CIRCUS. fit i .said' that the iprospeirty of -a place can be very well gauged by:the tnie of its entertainments.' If ~uh is the case Morwell must be making rapid strides in the path of progression. ,On Wednesday night, as 'mentioned else wler,; someist the best, Voealists, frso Melboirne: were' "- on' view" at 'rhe Mechanics' MHall, and on Thursday Silbon-Stirks circus was to be seen.' As a rule we are inclined to diew circuses as 'having a sort of "sameness" about hthem, but ea this.ocdaeionwre nnlst con-' fess it is not so.' Such novelties as -bieycle riding, skating, and superior jouggling being introduced.. There is not' so ? nmrch .-horse *abodt. Silbon-Stirks. circus,' wliei is an improvement;' Some of the feats ,performed on the '" cycling track " were " really wonderful.: The skating 'was clever, and" the juggling: above 'the ordinary. Altogether those who did not go missed a treat seldom to be had in these parts.

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Cricket. MORWELL V. COWWAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889

Moltwtviaiv r,°c Wwhi...s `: 'Morwell visited Cowwar on Saturdey. last, and the game :resiited in 'iswin for the home team.- The following are the scores:, . :', :In e . . M o?tw ?C-Ft rst ..,'Innirnga : " Johnsodn, More b sartle- 5. 7 Livingstone. b More ':.. .. '0 SBoake, b Martin.. .. .1- 0 Miller. ruin'out o 0 -"5erguson, e Rice b More ..'.2 N ?lsonb More . .: - -; .Date. b Mtore' ...: O " e; Turoley1 b More... ... 6 : Bommers, b Martin ... 2 I obinson,not out - .. 2, I Byes... :..... ... 6 COWAD 1 27i.td MRice, b Johnson .. ' . 16 More, ca& b Johnson : 4 'Streetor, b Johnson ' ,. ... 5 Martin, c Fergison b?Telson. :'19 GOib, b Johnson-... .,: ;. 7 Harding, c' b Johnson ch a i 'F. Martin, b.Boake .,. ...7 Burlhey, b Bokoe... .-..,.-0 bMcGrade, c Truloey'b :Boake.Ar.; 0 SAndrews, not out.., ... 0 Byes .. .... .... Total... ... .... ..6. MIoRwEf--Seccnb Innings. 'llobinson, b Rice.. ' .......' .. 'Sommers, b ie... . .'p - Nind, b.Mea3rdo ',, ... :-'... 5 Turnlcy, b ic ... ...

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South Australia. ADELAIDE, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889

Mouth Australia. . ADELAIDE, FnIDAY, The annual cricket match, :botween; ,Victoria and South :Australia was. commenced tliis morning on the Ade laido oval. The -weather was excessively, hot,; and the attendance 'only moderate.' .No details yet'to hand. The Railway Commissioners 'decline to maketlhe advance in wages -required by casual hands. A passenger by the Broken 'Hill ex press to Adelaide was seized by an epilectic fit owing to the intense .heat,' and is:now in a precarious state.

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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889

S Our Melhourne -etter.' ' This morning. tho Hon. James Service. comiesforwardwtiitli a lognt I.n thei Ai n us'pon:thn serisd o.f nancial articles. ivbiclih were 'Fblisli6f i:,tlii 'cniiinna dE o . of tt jori as t veik.'. 'Any colineigs'r.e. eoming from suchia source will:be received:,' wi itih respect; and will be' stidiehwit'h theo -' . attentihon thye didesrv;' TiowritO r' ii not S a political adventurer, or,,a 'pr pofesionl, politician,. whichi -amounts to really innch:,l;: the same thing; .aridtli: "circmstiiin's': that lie is an ex treasurer, n nil ndcepted:tlio state of the public accounts, ad they stood, as a political necessity' , o slhows the danger of thl systemi' and "pointsto the -renter evils:to- which "in unqcrupulous tianis it might lead..alIt-may.h very eafely [ taken for grahnted that Mr. Servico wduill not tolerate, for one inoniutnt, thel existence ,of. buIch a 3 *ste'i: iri iis' own oihBe'O aid'ilt " s:euims strango t it'wllat.iwoulld be.con sidered a breach in ...

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AMUSEMENTS. CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889

AMUSEMENTS. CONCERT. The -concert given on Wednesday night last at the Mechanics by the friends of Mr. F. C. Mason in aid of St. Mary's Church of England proved asgreat sneess, "thlt is, as afar as the singing went. Never before have the public had a chance of witnessing any thing like it. Tlhe beautiful contralto, Miss. A. Crossley will, we are sure, be long remembered by those who heard her. When we state that besides Miss Crossley, such finished vocalists as Misses Doolan and Marion Dunn, Mrs.. F, *C, Mason, Messrs. E. Simpson, Mendell, and O'Sullivan contributed several items each. some idea of the entertainment can be arrived, at. It is indeed a pity'thrt a larger audience did not put in an appearance,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889

WHIY EEIDE4 'DEAF 2 It you have-failed to be cured elsewhbere rilts-oi alyto the Aural Clinic 141 Collins 8trret Melbourne. Their new scientifc, entirely successfl and-pslnlres, Bleceroaeedec·tion treatment completely oures Deaf. nes.sNo se In th HI.ad, Di.chages, A.,,ao mnn tter ofbonw lnnn Itndling. Rardrutnsn loner eessary. Advice and dleritnipve Pamphlet fren. N.D. All our nsp i d remedil .r patented tlhronkout the eliuad World. Cert~1aily ihe bert.tedcldnw e'kafq'n Sfa lC & Sos UCALYP'TI EXTRACT.· Tertttraddlnentl warl l l -eluot· in nleull, cold', lutaluensa the iwitef /sinstantanneus. In 'erilul ·C~ca, and nccl· dente of ll kfmH, b the>" w tuida,'b rnsm4oalllnga bttis.e, 'nT .p ttit . safest rrtuidy-tW swalling .no Inirtatitn. Like surpriting effects producetf in droop, diphthlerIL brmnchltls, I denns ' tlon of thes lungs, swllings.' di ·Blnrha dys S;J' dbse..,otb~kicYtand urinary ortgan. In use attwolpit~i. wil ttdit . nl I re lo~roa pt pydl b . His dI nI est (ho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889

Strd Notice. To Stand this Season at Meryla. Morwetu. THE THOROUGHBRED TROTTING STALLION "Pioneer, .L" By Pioneer (Imp.) Dam a thoroughbred Panic mare. Pioneer is a black horse, 4 years, l61 hands. very strong and, well made. He took First Prize last year at V'arragul, Morwell, and Maffra, as stallion for getting carriage hores and hunters. cavalry horses for India, and Trotting horses. Pedigree'on Cards. TERMS £4. Also THAT FAST TROTTING STALLION "Wildfire," A GREAT PRIZE TAKER. TERMS £2. Mares left on grass £1 extra. Mares not proving in foal served free next All Maues to be paid for bofore removal. 'SYOn. Every care taken, but no responsibility. C. E. CORNEY. To stand this Season at Hlazelwod, (Late Coll Shaw's Farm), THE PURE-BRED IMPORTED CLYDES DALE STALLION, . RANFURLY, ANFURLY, bred by Mr. Lang, Auehen rail, Bridge of Weir, Scotland, and imported by Mr. Alexander R'Whinnie, ex s.s. Cbollerton, from London. Ranfurly is a beautiful dark brown, is rising seven years old; stands...

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