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Morwell Narracan and Mirboo Agricultural & Pastoral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 March 1888

',Iorwe(ll. Ntrr'.ii.In atld..llirhoi 1Ag ricult oral &. Pa.?toral Society. . A reenling of thie conlieitce of the aboveo Society was hehl on 'rnesdy last in the Mechanics' Inlotittoe. The President, Mr. G. Aiichterlonie, occupied tihe chair lif e ern bllelrs eing lpreent. After the ninnies of the Ilprvi(ul ItOeet itg 'were read ad il cntirinedl,5he orre. poilener.' i.lchiefl from Intges tiali Stowardls, oiltor acceting or declinining the appiotintients for the liftenllth March, was dimet with. A letter was reeived from iMr. C. 'P. Nind reipoe-ting the distriluti'in to IeUm bhrs of the committee his printed prize list, press nted with his comiplimets; accepted with thanks. Froim snimc : ireqlesting that the amount -say 5 guineas. ltha w r hil he due to him undlr the ,tnti)n of. tll President, tnight blie ilereil an nlladdlition totthe l rize list in his nOlte, IIs i spt cial pLizeI to be it chliou pion prizt for the belet cllretiet of dairy produce oi ble into its a siepantr...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 March 1888

Hotel T7otice. MORWELL FAM1ILY HOTEL. W. Murdoch, (LATE OF THE CRICKETERS' HOTEL.) BEGS So ihform his numerous Friends and the Public Generally, that he has Purchased the above well-knownu lostelry, and has thoroughly Renovated and newly Fur nijled itThrsughout. He now uffero FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for Travellers, Visitors, AMd Others. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. HORSES AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. GRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THIS SPACE NOT PAID FOR I ANYONE MAY HAVE IT AT A PRICE. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, MORWELL Henry Breed, Proprietor, H AVING just purchased this famous Hotel, Which for comfo.rt and order all others excel; Sly Patrons will indil I at willing and able Tu keep the best Drinks and the very best Table. Mly servantls ar civil, attentive. and hind Aqualitv seldom in ,rvrantu you'll find ; But whenle o bnce obtaind will but add to the charms, That attrat all my friends to the...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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WALHALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 March 1888

Some of the richest quarlt sopecimens I ha've seen, were brought into Walhalla on \VcdnolCda, by 1tr. Ian. lRaymond Iof \\Woods Pl'int, from tle Little Cornet Gohl Mining Co claim. 'This is a new fint hlt\ween llar ler's and Kelly's Creeks, dyke foram tion, on " which " thrje shafts tthave cn' sonk, tthe' main one leiigdown alblt O50ft through quartz veins, from 2 to 10in thick, all carryisnigobl. ' ' The UIltrke and \W'ills G.M.Co., Black Ilivucr : fter driving crosscottntrs' for sabot 36iOft, ent thi Leicthardt line of reef last week,and front latest inforoatio is ahiut 20in. thick, solid, and carrying gold; which ise etiutsil toI go Iabloila' to the ton. New' Tloormon : Men engagel siinksg No. 2 irinze, tude '"Aft thickl, carrying good payntbl, stlone. Es'cortf left allalht lasot week it 3GOUoz of goll.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 March 1888

- - TRAIT.GON SHIRE. ?OTICE is hereby grien that at a nreet i.gl of the Shire Ctteil to be held o, Vheiday, the 5th day of March, 1SS3. it is itctdled to strike a rate of One Shilling ill . upon all rateable property within the Shire of Traralgtot for the year enlding 3:lth Spcltetltr. 1858. A oiatrclent of the proposedl rate is depo sited at the Shire Hall, 'l'raralg, . where it liuY be ins?oicted by any ratepayer interest JAMES CAMPBI'JTL. Shire Secretary, Shire iTall. Traralgon. 221nd February, 1I888 NOTICE. TEA MIEETING in aid of the Hazel wood North Presbyterian Church will be held on \'ednewStay. 28th March. 'l'ea on tihe tables at i.!30 pn. Addresses will be delivered by several rev. getttlemen, after rtllhe tea. L. WUTTIRICII, llon. See. CRICKETERS' ARMS HIOTEL. P. DONOVAN PRO PRIIETOR, BEGS to announce to tlho public of Mor B welland Surrouudiugdistricts that lhe ltis now taken possession of the above tirst class Hotel, and trusts to receive the same support which has hithe...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A Serious Offence. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 March 1888

A Seriouts Otfence. Tihe resildnts of the quiet, not to say slepIly little.toownship of Yarrugon, were roely" start!.,I from thnir slumnbers tlhi: mriaornitg (3lonlaty last) shortly after hon iclck iby the local polite, and; rqueisted to joisl in the Firsnit of a man whol had been fonild in the house of M.r. 'Ppe, the local nos ui."nt. It l appearedO that tohut o111 iilelk MIr. Popeo wals Iwlkenetl bly the cries of his bLaiorglr, ii girll agel:11 years, whculllleu u u vtt'thi t ?e suomeone in iher bed. With hutr the bed nwa occupied hy. tnwo voyniger chihlren.- He-withtat dell arrle n lld rulshed llinto the mtlll in which the chillren wuiro sllleing, only to see at ma clad in lit a shirt uiaking his way through. the ,oyindow. Mr. .Pope seizel1 him by his oinly garment which was torn, i portion of it remaining in Mr. t po'ec hlandlls. The ma111n1 rllushed ottinto the bush. C?stillble Cloannins was inforimed of the ccurrenee,antil as stated artsllle the townl shlip sking that ai thora...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Old English Manners. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 March 1888

Ol1l 1Enlilh I nlnlt eri . In the reign of TJames I men and women wore lookin".glacese publicly-lthe menl. as iooroheoerorilnlOelltsin theirhlat.: alldhe women at their girdles; or oni their tiosois, or sollmetimes like tile ladiesof ourt dlay in lheeenltr:ft?lheir,fans. wrhich were then made of fenthers, inserted into silver or ivory tubeles. At feasts every guest Ibrought his eown knife, ancd a whetstone a?s placed behind tihe door. upon which he sharpened his kilnife as he entered. SI 15ntl a athluma. named William BoOCnecu, broiight the' first coach into Englaud; and it. is said the sight of it put both horses and men inrt acamzement. Some said it was a crab shell. hroirght ulit f China; and some inlmacinedit to lie one of the Pagan temples ic which the eaennibals adored their idols T'h hllsinese of eapl-making was ruined in 15+91 by the eocmonllll wearilng of hats, wicth then ceme into voelur. Smot.hinll irons are of late invention; fit the reien of Queen Elizabeth cnd :Jrimsn ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Stock & Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 March 1888

Stock & Proiuce Report. Messrs. Orr, Gratham t& Young rapori During the past week we have had it seccessful sales. Our usual sale here on Mlatday well nd allt"tnded,' calttle Ibeing cleared at satisfactoryv prices. On Thurs day a very snecessfni clearing sale, account Mr. II. Y\eco; horses, from £8 to £29 ; c(ol\s and calves, £-' 10til £4 17e; ullllocks, £4 10s to £5 5s ; everything.els cleared at prices satisfactory to vendor,. Messrs. Malthieson andi Davis (lale Peel IHudsont and Iaynor) report :-laut cattle medilm stuply,it and prices dtil, showing a decline on last report. We sold light weight bullocks, at LGi 5s to G 10s; cows, front L to LGi 5s. Store cattle : At Mafftra, dttll, and the delriand limitedl; at Sile pricet improved from tlast quotttions 1 to 2 vwer nid steers and heifers, L1 i1s to 2 9s ; 2 to 24-yr-ohll steers andi heifers L 1sI to i3 ts; 31 to 4-yr-old Itullocks, at 1,4 os : 4-vr-oll.do, in- fresh condition, at L5 7s 6l ; tc.ws with dalves at fo...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 March 1888

_\ rlctit)tt"tcr's Slimes. lut GRIl.\IlA\I & YOUNG haN,- for pritva'e SALE sev.rel tir-t-,lt. Ilntl I'proprti s. Sorte., & lilt lorlerin hnuineas." tol -11. All ,ding ant At hlsinells al'o f,trimn ;u al pr," of North and Soth Gillppidtel f' nt 201) t, 5000 iaret. Town ship allitnlents.i inll T'raralton. IMorweti anld T unllllllll hl_ . ('ilott .e 4 teo S rllwlll -I' and let f out s: te ut-i p.r weok : all infor lnattion at ollr htatl allire--lsonnic Ilull. Traralgin. NOTICE lNXTIt.\Ol1 INAlRY, lIE]MO\ALT. 01- YA1RtDS. O"TR. GRA\iAM i t YOUNG beg to notify their ('etntittenti antd the Pub lic en.eertell . tht. havitng i. ured \itteChell't Cattle aot td-ti aVr-d (late l ditle and hirthwiek'-h. iwill fr the future hold their Trarnltlea I',irtlichltle Sales at these ntrd<. tinl u? ticr *lltiri-it naking exiteoire impriwmitent (,.t h. bif hoflitie :. l0i0 tetl of stoekl). their e- ontitituta t. and the publice of Victoria generally. can depend on having nll the...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1888. Technical Education. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 March 1888

Uhit Wiorw 1l ` ýut tisu.' VOX POPUL!. PUBLISIIED EVERllY SATUD)A.\ Y). SATUiRDAY. MARlhtt 3. 1SSS. Technical Education. THI: digest of soime of the ecidence taken before the coummission iln tech ical instruction in GCreat Britain, 1881. 1-, iseed by the Minister of Public Ia struction, siupplies a very considerable amount of inl'ioration in respect to the questioi of technical educatition, which lhas occupied a considerable amount of attention in connection with the pro posed addition to our State schools sys telm: . The people of Victoriai have be comce keenly alive to the value of techni cal education, but in the absence of any ldefinite itnformtation on the subject they have not beent able to determinet what should have been done. Soome fallacious theories the Minister points "out lhae taken possession of the public' mind, that technical schools are an essential to the industrial enterprisds, that they can train chihllre to become workmen ; a l tlhat ilidustrial art training is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

MORWELL FAMILY HOTEL. W. Murdoch, (LATE "OF TILE CRICKETERS' HOTEL.) EGS to inform his numerous Friends and the Public Uenerallv, that he has Purchased the above well-known Hostelry, and has thoroughly Ilenovuted and newly Fur cibhled itThrougloalt. He now offers FIRST-CLASS ACCO3IIODATION for Travellers, B Visitors, and Otlera. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE -WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. C HORSES AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. GRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. 6 STABLING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THIS SPACE NOT ,PAID FOR ! ANYONE MAY HAVE IT AT A PRICE. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, MORWELL ---:0o:-- Henry Breed, Proprietor, HAVING just purchased this famous Iotel, Wrich for comfort and order all others excel; rlv Patrons will find I am willing and able 'To keep the best Drinks and the very best Table. My servants are civil, attentive, and kind A quality seldom in servants you'll find; l1ut when once obtained will but add to the charms, That attract all my friends to t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1888. OUR RAILWAY EXTENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

iet Jiorufth' f`tl b tlit ° . ' VOX P1OPULI. I PUBLISHED EVEIRY SATURDAY). d SATURDAY, 3IAIRtCH 10, 1895. to OUR RAILWAY EXTESIONS. of - --F -c Tur. extremely gratifying nature of the " report, by Mr Ritson, on Monday last, places beyond question, the feasibility fi of constructing the line from Yinnar to Yarram. There can be no doubt of the sk utility of such connection, as it is well known,'that the' line passes through a settled, and very fertile route for the SI whole distance. We are perfectly will ing to adumit, that it is self-interested at motives, that actuate us in urging this connection, but we have the certainty S that the route from Yinnar to Yarramn Ii is the nearest, easiest of construction, d and most useful connection that can be made with Yarranm and the main line. It is not our wish to conflict with routes, that traverse other and distinct i lines of country, but all recognise the fact, that the Yarramn residents are an i'portant factoi ii7 the determination of of...

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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

TO-MORROWS SERVIGIE. Church of England.-- Morwell, 11 n.m. and 7 p.m.; Mornell Bridge 3. 3Ir A. Edwards. A special collection in evening in aid of Sunday School. \esleyan Church iMorwell, II. Driffield. 3. 1oe. 7 Mr Whitchurch. Presbyterian Church : Hazclw?twl. II laz elwyould orth 3 Mur sell. 7 MIr Eldridge.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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WALHALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

WAL A.t LL.t. (From our own Correspondent) The Long Tunnel il.M.Co cleaned up for tihe month on Tuesday 4th and from 1040 tons of stone crushed, obtained 114i on gold. T'he 'ooboom G.31.Co. cleaned up for the month on the 5th and from 500 tons of stone crushed, obtained 427 oz. gold. Dividend of )ld per 119200 shaou declared. Wnlhalla and 'Toombohn (1.2.Co. Have driven 13 feet for week making (;7 feet from winze the lode is now two feet thick hctween wail, and of more solid character, but no gold showlig

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

TR.IIAI,CGON SHIRE COUNCIL MON)DAY. A special meeting was heldl at the Shire lHallto-day. Present : Crs. Peterkin (in the chair), lnowlett, Walker, Varney, Bonrke and Firmlino . The business was the striking of a rate for the ensuing year, the following report was read: Shire Hall, Traralgon, tMarclh 5th, 1888. The President and Councillors of the Shiro of Tnrralgon, I CGentlemen, I have the honor, to report that I have compllleted the valuation of your a shire for the year 1887-88. and theaRnounts f in each ridin'g are as follows . £ e 'West Riding ... ... 16407 Central Hiding ... 13106 East Riding ... ... 5662 Total ... ... £35175 Increase in each Riding : SWest Riding ... ... 20416 Central liding... ... 1290 East lIiding ... ... .U1 Total increase for year £3426 it I have also conpletledl collecting the Ag 8 rielltural staltctics, and forwarded clhe s dulesto the Goyernmlenl statist for the . same lariod. I am, gentleimeni, your obe dient servan t, F. 31'Kinnel, Valuer. ie MrC1.u...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

tllctoueer's Sales. NOTICE EXTRAORDINARY, IREMOAIL OF YARDS. O-I1. GRAHIAM t YOUNG boe to ntify their Constituents and the 'Pul lic generally, that. having sccrer?l Mitchel' Snattic and Horse Yr.rds (late Little and lBrthwick s). will for the future hold their 'It tralgon FIrtliiihtl\ Salte at these Yard.1 and as they atnti:itlate tnaking extensive improvements (capable of holdino. 5100 head of srock). their constitunts. andl the public of Viet.ria gyitrally. can dteloel on havies all the necessary tad reqnisite ncomtllmoda tion. .1 eircular will he i?llnedtl a a suipl.e meot to the "" Farmers' Journal. Trarimlon. ntd "" .Merrrty" Sale. in due course. givlng fall and explicit information on all branchest inl nIerti.o with tae Auctioneering and oml1issio, n ullint . ,as R to e rates of tariff our f.rtihlly and monllthly sale,-. and alt, our new Cataloe..s. which will be i?uled qualterly in the future. LAND! LAND!! LAND!!! MOE, FRIDAY, MARCII 10. DAY AFTER MOIRWELL SHOW. O llnR. GRAll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

Aulctio lleer'.s .ddllesses. JOHN ENGLTSH & CO., STOCK AND STATION AGENTS MORWELL. AUCTION EER, JOHN ENGILISH. Ilcearing Satl. Neogotiated. Loans Negotiated. Valuations Carefully Made. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE Agent f,,r Black andl Sons. Ceachluilders. Buggies supltlied for Cash, or onl Time Payments. Orr, Graham, & Young No Connection with Marriage, Lawrenson and L.aidlaw. STOCK. STATION. & CATTLE SALES lIEN. VALI:ATOIRS & GENERAL COMMIISSION AGENTS. Clearing Sales a Speciality. AnT:s'rs FOR TIIE Coloinial Mutual Fire and Life Assur aince Ceonl; pany. New Fealandi Acecident Society. Trast Money. to Lend. fromi £100 to £20,000 on Lease and Frcehold Security. IleaI Oflice : Masonic Hall. Traralgon Brarunher :-Toon!ahbi,,e lHedlield, l'oir well, yarracan. Tr7jiqiar, .jfoe and Swan ,eton Sltreet. .lellbourn.e AUCTIONEER : JA C ? SON ORR. W. Hamnilton& Co. STOCK, STATION, AND COM MISSION AGENTS, MELBOURNE .t.sr WARRAGUL. A UCTION Sales conducted ...

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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

URRE?ENT NTEWs. IL.ESS : Mr. Corn, it ill be remesn bered, some few week:' back suffered an injury by a dty loaded with straw passing }elA over his body. That gentleman, however, held was about as usual iltunediately after, as lie ll did not feel much hurt. That ha must trite have been greatly injlmed was proved by his succeeding illness shortly after, whilch T was .feared- woald euhlinate seriously. O Two' medical gentlemen have been in at- inns tetldauca on lhim, and an operation was cipa performeted succese?fully to relieve an alb scess whlin had formed. Since this was the done, we are pleased to learn that Mr. Cor- 1 ney is rapidly recovering, and we trust soon por to see hitm amongst us again as isual. rout VicrotiAN YEAR DOOK : WVe are in receipt p of the Victorian Year Book 1886-7. This the book as usual contains a mass of valualb' carefelly compiled statistics. The growth liT of work in the statist's department is shown l in the increased size of the book. The inst whole wo ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

Members OF Morwell Agricultnral Show not in re ceipt of their tickets may obtain thern at Secretary's Office on tle lday of allhow. NOTICE. TEA MEETING in aid of the Hazel wood North Presbyterian Church will be held on Wednesday, 28th March. Tea on the tables at 6.30 p.m. Addresses will be delivered by several rev. gentlemen, alfter the ten. L. WUTTRICII, lien. Sec. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL. P., DONOVAN IPROP1IETOR, BEGS to announce to the public of Hor. well and Surrounding districts that he bas now taken possession of the above first cla.s Hotel, and trusta to raceive the sameo support which tins hitherto been accorded his predl:ecssor. Ales, Wines and Spirits of the best procurable brands. Good stabling and au attentive groonm. JAMES WARE, Wholesale & Retail Family Butcher. CO.MMERCIAL ROAD, MORWELL. The best quality of meat always on handl. Small goonds snpliled. Prime corned beef a speciality. Families waited on for orders. Amusements. YINNAIL A TEA and Entertainment will...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Yinnar and Yarram Railway League. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

Tininar and larranim ailway League. th A meeting of the aloves league was shi held in the Mechanics' Institute, 31[r- of well, on Satunlay last which was well lin attended by representatives of the dis- l trict. ra The President (MIr E. Kelleher) Fa occupied the chair. The Secretary reported that subscript- ilf ions had not come in as freely as anti- Yo cipated. A sum of £8 tlls was subscribed in the room. Mir Ritson was present and his re- ~" port, accompanied with a plan of tile route, and the track showing the pro- we posedl track on a district plan, were of placed before the meeting. The report It the Secretary read as follows :- pa To the Connmitee 3forwell and Yinnar en lRailway League. tic GEoiNTL.E:t:s,-In accordance with your instructions I have blazed and gone over the line of country between Yinnar and Yarnrnt, and taken the heights with aneroid. The weather, though fine, was verv change able, the air heing charged withelectricity - needlngigreat care in taking the height...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Morwell Narracan and Mirboo P. & A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 March 1888

Morwell Narracan and Mirboo   p. & A. Society. An adjourned meeting of Comnmittee of Morwell Narracan and Mirboo Agriclitnral and Pastoral Society stas held in the Mlechanies' Institute on 6th. March 1888. After the reading of the minutes the following correspolndnce was conidered : From Sec. of Rtailwaysetating tlhat special -trins would rnn from Traralgon and North ,Mirlbooon thedayef the Show, the usnal .gnOanLteo being waived on this occasion. 'Tickets at holiday extension fares will lie iscIed to MlnrwelU st Sale, Stratford, Nortll 3lirboo, Prince's Rridge, and all intermned iate snftions for return until 16th. inst. Full particulars appears in an advertisement in our issue. From Mr. Mitchell stating his willing -noSto act as Jndge, providing his expenses at Morwell be paid. Front Mr. Start stating his willingness to act if expenses be Tlhe'Secretary was instructed to reply that the Society was not willing to establish a precedent for payment of Judges. Fro...

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