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A Fortunate Family. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889
-A Fortunate iaufirlyj .[FossJ TIB Bur.tIrriS . lhe uict thnt ile seventh Eart at ' pi tin i tnolw 'tgovcrning" Victoria affoOrd anotthlr in-tolnco of the truth if th?he, proverb that-to thloe who have nmich shallf ,e. given. Hle was born in 1860, and cnitoequently is now 29; is a Lord-i?;. Waiting, pomseseos'42.07 acres of land? -' andl a rntatl of I42,830;per annum, which' i:ay, rnrtinn nntlie ononiutibereil All we know (ieoring tpon tllht -question 'is that. tho Eanrl is nolw getting it gnona -living as - a."' Ctlnioil " viceroy, nlnd thatthis tamily'. .. hIve been accntonred.to milpopdlisa the 0 girtd ltingiks of the TIBilish' ntion, n"an il' have heldt over 70 appointmentse.in tlhe?,: Publie -wrvice and draiwn over 'a. million' of lloililc mlo.tioney... . .. . Tie Tinsat dlitigintielisel meniher'df-this. . family wasJ Joihn'Hope; tioe fourth ear?;. a genurol wholili in nlom good. .ervice under , Sir lillph Aberironbie. Ho wnsw6unded lit the lundin- of the HellHer and at the ibt...
Ensilage. EXPERIMENTAL FARM, SEASON 18[?] [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889
·Eisiua. Sair -- --- to S' .; stl .RXPiJtIMENTAL PARB, SEASON ll. I i E8nsilBke, 40 acres, sown during May, oht old land, coumprising--Cape barley, oats,' U rye, peas," vetches, atnd rape. Tie crop cmiie up in 'onoe solid mass, ndi.yielded at seven tens of fine succulent green fodder au ier ncre. The silos were filled iith it i, (chatfed) during Noveinher, aboult 180 tons; c the b-alance 'arted frntm the binder'to aj stn~k of folly 100 tons. Johnson's Patent oi Eniilage Stack-pressure was applied to tli it, stuck, and I am of opinion that the fodder e, will cinoe out ir-perfedt condition. -A cc great saving df lbour iridtectea byhla.iing in the fodder lboind wil ith e binder, and I, a mni convincel that it packs and consolidato,' better in. sheaves than loose. With the v assistance ';f , ;Mr. James -Simpson;. of at Eerton, Victoiia .1 -hi.avelbeen tble to ' produca a cheep anil effective systemnof in pressure for t'iesilo.. 1It consists of I inch chaiins, anchored at the :bottonm'of...
One of the Results of Borrowing. FISTICUFFS IN THE BRUNSWICK COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889
One of the Remilts of. Borrowhig. tFISTIOUFFS IN THE BRUNSWICK:"C COUNCIL. dli I 'Our worthy councillors should study- cu the followini racy accoun. ~jome hard se hitting iwhich took place ourtng the pe sittingof' the Brunswick to'wn- oun-il: .( on Thursday night.. The little. episoile,, St which hinges on the Imtvkllko '.propnFsi- , ties of `one ward snappiig--the money st belonging to two others, reminfds us of w our particular 'trouble. .Of' coarse,;in gr our case, we mIust jlok 'on tf rerverse th side of the piture, :but"we wouldn't a, mind betting, if our comsicillors were foolhardy enough to persist in'the -to-3l 'faction that the sequel tan .be read in pr Ike .follording. Two, at least, -6! the pr west riding councillires are heavy weights,: ci while the third is a wiry little fellow;who of could trip up Dug. before .e had time to hE wirik. Then there's that inuendo about t the "'square,". you know. "One-would: almostthink-two of Trarilgon's a- dear- tr est oldtboyas"' ame wi...
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1889. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889
THE SATUIRDAY, DECEMIIER 14, 108S. 'l'nopcls of the Week. Sit, nF. CoUNOrL..-The ordlinry rndol:,n' of the Traraion Shire Council will be held noet Wedncsday. AL BiUTTRrt. In anothereolpmn tr ill be'?saeen 'thbat intending exhibitors of salt butter, in connection with the"Morwell Agricultural Society;.moat have, theirexhi- .. bitsti the charge o Mr. Murrdoch before... 1st February next. AndoCTIO.-3Meese ainidlaw andtOtnhasn on'i Tuesday next, will sell ut th remidoene r:,t o"'it.IJ. B: Coon; alltt gntlqman'shouse bold etfecta. Officln duties ciS et li Coon N' to a.ditant part of Victoria, and as the cost of transit is too heavy he is compelled iosell to the highest bidder. pOLICE COURT.-A local Benclsnonstsing '-:. ofuesasnJ.oE Engish,. 8. Vary C Wo . Howletet J.'-SP . -' ide d at the po!l ce--court ". ' on Thursday last and dipensed with a very light charge sheet, so light, -i fact,.that had a few ledgers been kept' out of donrt e ilir 'e worships would have been entitlf d to the b...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889
G.ENERAL., Tlie'tliree' prison'ers chalinrged with theo' roblbry at OFarrell's, at *Ballarat, were acquitted to-4dy, the judge )saying there was Aoriadenceion c lwhich '}a:jury could comniit. SA nasss neeting of roirkmeu,. who in tended going' out On strike, was hold at: the Newport WolkFhops, Melbourne, to-day. ' or'thlr f.a?ction;; 'was deferred for alfew days. for . t i'f aya. ; - . - ' . , ,. ;.Tlhe listribution of -prizes won .at the Scotclh College,, was madoeto-day by His Excellency the Earl of Hope toun at the Torinf Hall.ý r Thero was "'ý brilliant gathering present. '' ' SThe Governor's summer, residence 'dt Mount- Macedon is -to ..be thoroughly irenovated.; fi .;: '.A; youth named.Davidson was'to~-ay committed for trial for eigning a *lot of .valueless cheqaes. SA .young man innma d Barry' was sentenced to six ionthls ''iniprisoinment to-day for ernlmb ling ,noney, an'dstcal ing a gold, watch, thi property of his employer. . The Britannia arrivelA to-day w'isthi iOO0 firs...
GRAND NATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889
6A SD -NATIOTAtL Not being pble in our -last issue to c •give all the awarls, seeing that: the ,second day fell on Friday, om pulblishing C day-anil eren then the judging had ,not been finislei'd-we now give the remaining results. We have, during -the week, her'l'the management 'if the I -show-severely *riAticised. 'onw 'we are' rnotgoiing to-say it was ""splendidly 1 manngedl" 'tlrt ,6nld be l verstepping F 'the bounds of tommon-sense, we Lanti *cilpted hitches, ani were not mistaken ; 'they undoubtedly.occurred. -But in the 'name ed justice we unlst aduilt that " under "the *circumstances" It was 'creditable. The following are classes 'weonritttl'to give in mor last :- V CIAss- C-HrACcKNT s. 'Mounted rifleman's.horse, over 1lmrilles : tiot to exceed 3ft.'Gin. First, 110 10s :L. Miller '1, E. 8. Whittakers 2, hos.' T Little, 3. :Best K dy's hmter, over hnrdles ant to 'exceed 'f t. 6in. high. First, £t- 'D. * M'Lellan.l, E. Row-2. -2 Pony tunder 13 hansln, over nirdles not 'to excee...
Morwell Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889
Norwell Agri?cittaral Soclety. SThe ordinaiy meeting of the above society was held on Saturday last at Mr.' Murdoch's Hotel,. when there were present Messrs. Auchterlonie (president) Murdoch, Fraser, McDonald, Shaw, Nadenbousche, Francis, Porter, Vary, Wuttrick, Howlett; and.Mulcare. STlhe minutes of the previous meeting were read, and; confirmed. .' ".: MeOTiONS. Shaw-HowlettT-Thlirtntn show flii' year he held -on" tlhe hst ThtUrsdai 'ih March.-nCarried. . President-Shaw-That the secretary be authorised to have prize list printed in panphlet foriin as last year.-Cardi ' VaryI-Presslient-That a monetiry return of last year's prize-givers be' laid on the table by inext imeetinig. ' ~ Severnl inatters of iletitil were dis cusaed, aiid tile 'icetliiti eriinn?ated.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889
Laidlaw ~ Graham. 'Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawronson l..Laidlaw.) " CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL. AND GENBRAL-COMb'ISSION-AGENTS' VALUATORS, tc. ý" OPCS!n" , TRARALGON 2eAN D. :MORWELL. Government Land Auctioneer : , T. .LAIDLAW. Sworn Valuator ..f.. ... ..+ GRHAHM. MORWELL, WEDNESDAY DEC.16. T AIDLAW AND GRAHA3f will sell at their yards on above date 20 2-yr-old heifeans , -, 22 S ,, steers 50 Poddies, mixed sexes 30 Steers. 2 to 2) years olds 12 2-yr-oldsteers " 8 Stor?co•s' 9 Half-fat rbows 35 2=yrkold bullocks firii Yinnar o-.: 25 21 ,, eifers 6 Workers and tackl e. fiomiMirboo-:' Clearing Sale' of Fdrniture.. MOBWELL, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17 LAIDLAW & GRAHAM instructed by J. B. Coon, Esq., who is leaving Maor well, will sell by public auction at his resi dence on above date, .ALL HIS.FURNITURE & EFFECTS, Sconsisting of Drawing Room `Suite in fancy cretonne, occasional tables, whatnot, linoleum, hearth rugs, fenders and fireirons, 2 double b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889
BUSINESS DIR HECOTOR p Adrekierimtirts 'under this head r'ioll le inserted for ? f',dd. per .qudfter. t 1DO:'ALDSONT, 3terchant.'Xlheoldekt ' 'elrapest, and best, Cummbrclal-ro' I I ' oMbrwwlL l w) º .13'Y' )E vthting a gooed Ihatre or'kir j "l. icall dt C. A. rd ITi , Tobacco.mr Genehatl Cdmmdtoi Agents, Morwell.aid spd ttl'oeea s tIl.etalltn . Co tir im fd. ol-trell. orell. "= 'BStor ?iD,,ERg, lrdtssers, Tobnget 1,E .?aLI: sptr. 'CHeAr, no'tte SL·aeurd., ilo miri?tl. lwt brand. I orS orlll All it?ir Sm! tmhont mAintd, to ordwr. t.aet . `'i IE lir & Ail Coee tr, obactors tn. ieit, Stitlon street, M gSele t for-ll t' ¼1? dltrI' a tld mcwodupers. at ery nb..l'ty .It. BTTITN'lIE'SON, n alidlerkepnd .Ld. CtroessmmL ker, ??calro. brr el.road T Ad ho?lo''Arpdley. iw timber at loes S-T. COMAN?A'e? t for I.eeve ? .? ti-. o " a 'hand b i.. and armer, ' nanirdlce tnd G?pnies,Cmmrotwllio Aendt, t"M well.. a ee a N6tieodt a thln 1:SNrGits. Atl tlbncer, S, r"? and I aoid Bith Agelt." it...
Commercial. TRARALGON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 December 1889
Commereial. K TRAALOON MARKET. A Laidlaw and Graham report for Monday, bi 9th inst :-We had a limited supply 'of stock 1 in our yards, and bidding was brisk all rnoupd alnd we rel ort an cdvance on all.store o cattle offrom 3s t, s i"t head. bet:r thisn a reccutnales, every lot being sold. lPens of b well grown seers fetched £3 8Os to £4 6s;. t mixed young cattle, £2 tho £2 ITs; piddies .0 26s to 40s; 2 teams workers, store condition t, £9 to £10. Vat pigs, 21s to 27s. Laidlaw and Grham report having held a clearir.g out for Mr. T. Gadd at' his fafo ; 01 Old Ilosedale, on Thursday, 12th inst. There was a large attendance and bidding was lively throughout. The milkers fetedil, 1 best £6 to £3, averaging £6 13s; other cows n £3 to £5 17s Gd, averaging £4 19s 21 ; year ling steers and heifers £3 4s to £3 14s; t 3? year old bullocks £6; horses to £12: chafleutter and horsewo ks, £21 10s; farm wggon, £24 10s ; d.f. plough, £14;. buggy I and harney. £10; water cart, £7 10s; other lots at ...
A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 December 1889
'A Voice front the Street. IBY PElROalNzE PIOKLE. 'I was at 'the show,' and wodld have written' to you before only :I went to the banquet, and somehow I haven't beon well; since. I don't know whether it was the' wine, ar whether it was that-I happened to get a seat near" Crabstick." Anyhow some thing made me sick. Traralgonoseemed to be awfully cut up because the "Heari", didn't come. They got the wire in the -morning that. "only ,the : Ministry were coling," but they didn't seem to believe it, and at noon Jock drove down for fear .he MIGHIT come.- A grand equipage,'and lovely horses. He stopped opposite 'arer's, and a short consultation took ilace, which ended in "lames ",getting into the carriage inmlieu. of the Earl of Hopetoun. Give us -the harp : 'They'got the wire, thefatal wire, That tilled them 'with dismay ; The " Heart," through shaking common; ' flisto, IIHadfailted:right aoay. The frightful neows, with lightningospeed, Throughout the masses spread ; The carriage waits--w...
Yinnar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 December 1889
Ylnnar. (Fano a CoREssPOsaDsr). I am sorry to have to report that a fire doing considerable damage occurred at Patterson and Co's sawmills a few days ago. It is supposed a spark from the engine ignited some bark in the log yard. As it happened in the night, it was very fortunate it was discovered before doing more damage. It makes it very inconvenient for the proprietors to have to stop cutting at present as they have a large amount of orders on hand. I understand the mill will'be shifted ito a new site before cutting any more timber. The committeeodf our lodcl race club have made several improvements to the, race course which no doubt will be appreciated by-those ,patronizing it'on Now Years' day Our township is still moving on as "I notice Mr. T. Walsh is having another' shop erected in front of his present dwelling house. Our new Mechanic's Hall appears to be progressingfavorably,' the contractor informs me'he inten8s to have it finished by the New Year. Ii hope the solidity of i...
Yinnar Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 December 1889
Yhiaor Riacing Club. The following are the weights .de clared in connectioui with the :dbovo club.: irANiDIOAP. tr'Bar'Ba Olive, lyrs ...... .: . ,, Porter's Corrinna, 0yr ... 7 12 Keogh'sIftnta ... ... 7 9 Auchterlonil6s"'im llobbrii,4yrs... 7, 7 ,, 'earsofs 'Ruin, aged 7 7 ,, Mliner's Nimblefoot, 4yrs;. ... 7 .7 ,, Earl's Vixen, aged ; .. 7 G ,, Jones' Sunbeam, 4yrs" .. ... 7 "i , Amiet's Miss tDalty,4yrs... .... 7 0, Punaluno's Oleiimaiden, aged ... 7 O HUII)LEe. lr Dlxoles'oo rd, aed . '.....10 10 ,, Porter's Currinua, eyre ... ... 10 4 ,, Pearson'e.Ruin,aged ........ 9 IS Keeogh's Infnnts. aged ... .... 910 G. Vown??s, Handicapper J. BcTLEa, Hon. Secretary. - We 'woul6 draw attention to theffact that'Saturdey next'is the day of-accep-. 'tance .and general entry, so0 that it' behoves horse-owners who want to have a flatter over the prettiest coiurse'.in :South Gippsland to bear this in uiind.
MORWELL Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 December 1889
10ORWELL Racing Club. S [BY Own DEVIL.") Once more the great equine event of the year is drawing near, and this time, .I amnt glad to note, exceptionally big fields promise to face the veteran starter -Mr. T. Walsh. There is no doubt the shlteno'o 1o '4L- a:.._.. .. ha much to do with the success, numeri cally speaking,'of the-enrries, together of-course with the earnest manner in whichl the secretary has set about :his arduous task. It is rather a. diflicult thing to spot winners in a -field like'the Handicap, where the horses tail away :from.a blood by .Argus Scandal and :Inchbonny to the-ordinary hack-all, or nearly all'untried-but on lodking over the 14 nominations I fancy that Mr. J. H. Porter's Oorrinna will bethe'first the claim Mr. G. O G..-Auchterloaie's attention in his capacity, as .judge. dI would therefore place them COIItIRNNA ... . 1 INFANTA ... .; 2 VIEN ... 8 The .Hurdle Race is, o?o codrse, un certain,as the best might come to grass. Them has been a lot' of" whispe...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 December 1889
GENERAL. A man named Jas. Shalding, a draper. *of St Kilds, was sued by his' wife for maintainance to-day, and ordered to pay ;£1 per week. An engine run into the Caniberweli train this mornisg'at 'Prince' Bridge, ;Some of the passengers were. much 'bruised. . The' day ifter Boxing ,Day has been ,proclaioned abank holiday, not aipublic holiday. Milnte, the tragedian, *has become "insolvent.. At the inquest on Beresford, killed on 'the railway yerterday, a verdict of acci dental dcith was returned. The' libel .action brought by. Joseph. 'William Atkinson against the Age .has irerulted in £100 damages being paid toi \ iplaintil; Archbishop Carr.is raising a frnth of \'£500 to iiroide schoilarships for childern .attendtig'Cathallic s?sools. Mfr. Dillon, onenf:th :Irish Envoys, states that, over £6,000 .a.obein *collect[i in New /Zealand.
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1889. CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 December 1889
) SATURDAY. DECEMBJER 21 1885. ...CHRISTMAS. THiE spectacle of. a whole nation as sumning its lioliday attire, and by common consen'tintermitting its toil and:variedc occupatibu s is onei of the imost refresh irig clrinmstshiiat ca reliede thoi dreari= ness of this cartlly pillgrimage. It is still more gratif~ ?ng when the occasion whiichcalls it ifoith at the same time awakens every.- noble .instinct of frail humanity to assuage. the bitterness- of irivate 'emities, to hel i'td lessen tihe burdons of the, poor,and the sick, nnd to urge inen divided 'by, personal dis agreeinents' to 'slhaki~lhands with one another,.likoe tlhe soldlers' belonging to hostile camps did ?t the stream; on'the eve before the biattle. The re-areninmany ipersons, especially "iamonrg 'tifos of middle.,nge, or more.,advaniced years; who condstantly reiterate thei complaint that Chritnimas is divested of its. forder. clmhrmsý tli atit h;sliss no`resemblance 'to what it:.iusedý tot be i?k'respc to ;its prodigal...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 December 1889
of-- --th i d OunoCt.VBs.-r--ollowin'g nir sual custom there will be no issud iof iTlE'AlsV I RTISEx on Saturdhy '"hext.'" e"* will, however, publish a sulpplement for the benefit of edvertliser PUILICOATIQNS RECEIVED.'-WO have roe ceived fromh Cole's Book Arcade the Chrirlt' tnas number of the "Ausotllian.lMuasial Magazine," which contains twl-nty bolng aud pieces, and issold'at Li. MonwEl, RAaEs.-Amongst our Govern ment advertisamentsit will .be noted that the special train to'be run incodnnectiunt with,the Morwell Races on iloxing Daty will leave Mirboo North at 10"30 a.m. and return at 6.50 p.m. Hloliday excursion fares. . FOOTBALL.-A meeting of the Morsell Football Club was held on Tuesday evening; at Mir.iurdoch's Hotel, when the seals of the envelopes given to various disinterested onlookers during the past season were broken, with the result that Mr. \. Smith was pro claimed the best:all-round player, and bet follpwer. . - iMPOITANT SALE.-In another' column Mr. J. M.. Ilawde...