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New South Wales. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
New- Suuth Wu les. Sous',, F lnAr. A i'noiav race toeok lce bore last uiglit dy eilectric light. 4 A publ.ic company has b?en riihhed by on ofeicial. 'whi- emrbezzoled thirteen ithonanidl. "Tliy arranged to? give hiai tinme to repay tlieaint l u ho n hourrowed the amount and fled withi all.the .mone?? -A man changing his train at Blanokburn got dragged alnrig, the, platform and narrowly escaped being killed. Thlree . children at Blayfiey . were drowned whilst bathing. Doctor Doyle?; Catholic Bishop of Grafton haisdelivered a aspeech warmly supporting faderatirio .1i
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
' Coiaiaerchil., The Frosh`Food'and'Frozen Storage Corn pany Lt. report:-Cheese.'-We had a Inrge enopply forwir, and very'hard to moyo'v IaoEt!e batter, ýis3."-1'i'o Gd to "arS; 4 lrl to 6d fow medium. Freish butter.-We had a large,quantity forward, and a good atten. dan?e of buyers. The market is easier than last week. Prime, aid to Sd per lb. Medium from 6id to 61d; inferior lower. Eggs.-lld to 1 31d per dozen. Bacon.-Town sides, 8d to 9di per tb; country 4d to 6d per lb. llama. -Town, from 8d to 9it per lb; country, id to 7d per lb. Beeswax,-9d to 9it per lb. Larid.--Bladders 41d to Sd perlb. Honey Fine clear garden sold it Sd to Sid per lb. Carcase pork.-3Sd to 41d per lb. Pig's heads, 21d to 3d per lb. Poultry.-Turkeys lOs to .lls per peir. Geese, 7s tc 8s per palr. Fowls, 4s to Ss 3d. Duckls, s 3d to 6s per talr. Messrs. T. Matthew IM'Caw reports :-A very small number of Stores anrd Porkers yarded, and sales brisk. Calves-Good stock met with ready sale. Messrs. Dalgety and Com...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
GENl tAL. The North Melbourne Tragedy not yet explained. A" doctor nnthed Maaurice Franklin alia been inlisiing frolt Ballarat; whose loUllis'said to have been found in.the Mersoy River, Tasimania. Deceased lirst heavily in the Inril boorih. Two caretakers' nrrowly escaped being killed at Governimmat House last evening bye lightningstroke . A young 'ioni h:iried Walsl .fromn Drouin arrested to-day for passing value less cheqges on .Ar. Craib, of Bourke street. . The O'Shen-Parnell D)irnren Case will be' tried -ifrer 1iaster vacation. AMr. Parnell is fricilitating tie proceedings. The fnme R?le P.arty will' not allaw Mr Parnell to resign siol express their con fidence in his purity of. life.
The New Year's Greeting to South Gippsland. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
The New Tears Greeting to South Gippsland. flail Bsath.Oippslalnd, Itenbut a hii. Thou land of sunny clime and cloudless sky.; Along thy plains ten thousand beauties smile. And fragrance loads'elsl gale that psses by. Darkiy sublime thy towering forests rise' r M ockingiiri giant strength earth's slow decay ; Like monuments that time hath bid arise, To mark the date of ages pnased away. Limpid and pure thy . murmuring waters Thro' irgin scenes where man hath never 'trod, And to the skies thy snow-clad mountains go, Tempting, the thougtta ton soar away to GOD. Deepin thy gnymes a thousand voices sing, The ceaseleos anthem ofe ternal pratse.;, Abheauteoes choir for evier'o the wing, .Fiaahing .md varied as the'diamund's blaze. Bright laughing lowers bloom over. ilu and plain; Lending delight in ever-varying dyes. Oh. Gidl ilt cannot be that human pain And lcan ?n mar this earthly i'aradise. Hero let me rst.. fau, far removed from man:; .. Break not' the ,Ihallowed speil Tiy h-ind , ha...
TELEGRAMS. Received Morwell Office, 7.[?]0 p.m. Victoria. MELBOURNE, FRIDAY. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
'TELEGRAMS. [BY Er.Ecrllu TELERGAPIO J (Paox0 o00 oww CORiESPONDEaT.) Received Morwell Oflfce, 7.0 p.m. VictoriaC. MIELBOUIIRNE, )DAY. ATTEaMPTED SUICIVE. A determined attempt at selfoestruc tiorn Was made by a woman named Elizabeth Ann Bislhp, living iit Alfred place, Prahan, at a late hour Z'st night. She retired to ;rest ahout half- past nine oclock, aiid on her husband followirig her examiple about an hour li?tei he found the unfortnnate woman lying in the bed clothes saturated withi blood. Dr. lamsay was sent for,, and a..gaping woond :in her throat wad stitchedl up, after'wljich the suf'erer' was onvyed by Conetables Wall and [' Kinnion to the Alfred Hospital. She was adinitted by Dr. Andlerson, who has little hopes of her recovery, owing.to the gunntity of blood :that she lost, and the fact of ler. being in a l[o- state of health.., The woman lost a son abliut 18 months ago, and ever since that event she has been ailing and despondent..:. The a;oand was inflicted Iby.a razor....
Cricket. MORWELL v. TRARALGON TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
SClc1c6t. -*'lO'. oi I.I.-Flrst lllning. -. ,J1 nson. b Ardnnch ... ... 4 N Iouu lbw b Lasdown ... .* Ilku-;hr..wkt b- tLyotoldl ... "' w.a ., D n.it. b '4 rdlnth . " o ', o[nry,'b I.air llWIl.. . 11 ' ,. Ivlngptone, lhw b.... ... .1' :t Fdlh nRnolds ... ;. 'al'litl; b l, enolds ... ... I Mnad cih. a Peterkin bI ltnkr 0 Nlilrndr. andl b Reuld ... 4 Otanitn. not out .. SSnlidries ... . "r ' . ... ... 137 BOWra NXO AAr.Ysts.-raLnnslown, a10 balls, i3 runs, 3 wicketl; Dnakr. 48 halls, St 'rlun. 2 wickets; Ardalnh. On halls .'1 runs, 2 'wickets; Ienollds,.20 balls, A.runa. 8 w.l+ets. / TnAnIRR.-First. Innings. Su'inter; a LiAingstono'b Nelaso 0 " MdDonald, hblihnsou;.. ... i Ardauh. h Nln .... ... .0 TLnsdown, h Nelson ... 0 i :tnoldt, b Johnason ·.. ,: .1:.:' 'ctoirkli, h Th'lisnon 10 laker run out . .... 26 Henderson. c and b Nelson... 20' Bell. b ke... ... ... 9 0. Lansdown notoat... .'/ :', . Fnarmer, c Grahani b Nelson 0 Sundries ... .. , ; SBnwt.sG ANALrSS.- Jrnlisaon. 0. balls. '...
MORWELL V. FLYNN'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
MIORWELL V. FLYNN'S CREEK. Morwell play Flynn's Creek at the latter ground next batunlay. Morwell will be chosen from the following:-Messrs Graham, Johnso,. Lirtngsntoue, Nelson, BIoake, Miller, Date, Fiddis. Turnler, Stewart, Nind, Henry. Fritzpatrick, Duggan, J. O'Connor, and Dr, Moir.
MORWELL V VICTORIAN WANDERERS MORWELL.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
MORWELL V V ICTOITAN WA'ARDERETI N oRWELT .-First Inings. . t"clon, b'Peedc - ... ' DuoRan. h Piechey . "Livilngtonec nnt.lb'Peeohcy. ,'. 0. . ?-Dat., b Pe-chob , '.. S:Miller, h and c Pechoy .. 4 S Stewart. c aid h"Poechey .'.. 0 Glrahain, b Pechey ... :':'.; 0- '0 SJouhnson, not out 4 ? Byes... . ..: .. S-Total 1; . ... ., 48 S':WASDEliEREl.-Finst Innlugsh ' . S.Daly, bJohnson 0: : Pobchy, run out ... .. " 6. Sr' Joi,. . h -Duggan. :... 4 :...0' .4 :'. Kin, bh'Jolinson :. :* M cO ilnnls. b D urgann .'; . -: ',;: : ' Bruchc, b Johnson .';.; ... 0 trangward. b Johnson . S'Ricly, b Jihnmon- ' . . 0 SWllItih:)ign ;. .-:. , 0 SMcKinnon, iot out ... 3. , . ; Brown, b Dugpan fr.. -,;.;. 0;: 'Bycs... .. . ... - BOWLING ANAL.YSls -Jnhqson,.30 balls,. 9 runs,'4 wickets; Dtiggan, 28 balh;'10. runs; Swicketts . : 'r MOiwLL.-Second Innings. J .Tohnson!.h'Pcc4hey'.:': j i... " 43 .' , r Livingitono.'c annti Bruchb i`-'.: 0-, : : 'He:cnryblw-b Briche?"s -.. ..'-''i 0 '-' i Miller, b Jona . 14 t ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
Stud Notice. To Stand this Season at Meryla. Morweil. THE THOROUGHBRED TROTTING .---STAL.ION: - " Pioneer ' II." By Pioneer (Imp,) Dan . a thoronghbred ,Panic mare. 'Ploneer is a blackE horse, .4 years, .16} hiands, verystroig and wsell made.. He took First Prize last' year at;% arangdl,'Mlrwell, - nd Matfra,'as stallion forgetting carriage horses and hunters. cavalry horses for India, and Trotting horses. Pedigree on Cards.: TERMIS £4. Alnso THAT FAST TROTTING STALLION '" Wildfire," A GREAT PRIZE TAKER. TERMS £2. ' •Mfares left on'graso £l extra.. ;Mares not proving in foal served free next :All lares to be paid for before removal. Every care taken, but no responsibility. C. E. CORNEY. To stand this Season at Hazelwood, (Late Coll Shaw's Farm), TIHE PURE-BRED IMPORTED CLYDES. DALE STALLION, IRANFURLY. ) ANFURLY, bred by Mr. Lang, Anchen rail, Bridge.of Weir, Scotland, and imported by Mr. Alexander Ml'Whinnie, ex s.s. Chollerton, from London. Ranfurly is a beautiful dark brown, is r...
WHY REMAIN DEAF? [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
WR WIY REIMAIN D)AV? I f hav have flled to he rn ili ls *llhe. -ite qo .tpl ' to thnAuralClolo 146 CallingStreet Mqlltr.n. Their iew sieontlie. entiretly, eu.lul of l notioolni. Rleoterou.Moditloottreatment completely cureo Defl. Horui. filolioul the Iead. Ditohargea. en, ah Wattor othun long tlsudlnt. Enirpmetnn lon. ronereotty. Adicen ond deecnlylot PttphtetInore. 11.l. All env s mlttuou d uremedieece paontointhrnti;hLtontthb cllvtlleeSl World. . - - Cutoionlt- the nrtoinltnlnlhon onn ii RAlunOr & Snot' .IICALYrC'I 12XT11ACT. Teltt ntnsiaty irptoeitul effte tn cufttto. cnu4d. lutltoenvi thn balle tl inlta. nto tcoie Intorlt rnirt. nonl tt.ot donte of nl1 tindo, bto thu1F Suoadl..Ieo. -ecoldiotUc buiue, or spr;lt', It to- tnit; Wui(t ntrdm-,-ut e're11010Ito Into,,mntotluoe &i.tlLc trprtl"nd nc ,. prtlnreooin crooi. lttpltth."He Ctn?7ttln1. Ivlltn. firm of the lunge, ewolt tt e., ec.,\i~lnr haen3dy~entry disease, of the Linen and Ililnary mplet)...In u~a I Ilk hntpit...
Milking Shorthorns. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
Ilkillu %horthtorns In the ibattle of the breeds, as in all othbr'fights, the spoils go.to the victor In this fight the spoils are actual, tangible, cnd worthli striving for. Tlhe cattle liorses shlleep ad pigs of the whole world -are only waiting for improvemnent, °and,; the breed that is most capalle is the one 'that will be enegtit after. 'And the conscient ioiia and successful breeder of that 'strain or. race cannot fail to have the world 'at his feet., Good blonod i wanted, and good blood tnilst he obtained.'. Whire it eihsts' it can, and will, maintain its price. But where does .it exist ? That is the great questiono, and one on which',the world is waiting .to receive, the answer. What thie roply, should 'e'ought to dlipend on nascertained fact,. and nnt on fanicy or the free play of lively imiaginaticen :It is perfectly irlle that there is no' such "thing as a general pnurpose breed that excels in all the ,sections of merit. It does not exist, it` never. has :'existed,;and it...
EQUESTRIAN. THE MORWELL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
EQUESTRIAl: THE MORWELL RACES. Boxing day saw the largest crowd ever got together to witness the equine events provided annually by the Morwell . Racing Club, and notwithstandihti the fact that the club have not yet got a proper enclosure the amount taken at "the gates" "was =very satisfactory. The weather w'as: excessively hot,'but the big fields and close' finishes in a great measure diverted the rhind 'from climatic influences, and one and all thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The arrangements of the committee ~ive general satisfaction,' headed by their energetic. secretary Mr. J.'Harris, who really deserves credit for his untiring efforts to make the meeting the sticcess it undoubtedly was. Mr. T. Walsh,, in his capacity as starter got the .nags' away in line in almost crvery instance, while Mr. G. G. Auchterlonie's decisions at the finish gave general satisfaction, although in more than one case the race was won a few strides from 'h6rie. The band deserve a word of praise for the ...
YINNAR RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
YINNAR RACING CLUB. O.nce more the pretty little course at Yinnar was a scene of activity on New Year's Day. From an early hour in the morning vehicles of all descriptions might' have been. seen plying hietween the course and Wick's hotel, and; on the special steaming into the station at 11 a.m., the cry of "right away to the racecourse,' filled the air. Many availed themselves of the services of the local jchu's, while others walked, and 'ere long the road was alive with horsemen, vehicles and pedestrians, all wending their way through a blindinig cloud 'of dust, to the course. Arrived there we find one of the best courses in these parts, perfectly clear of all imlwdemdnts for sight-seeing from start to finish.. The booths, secretary's oflice, weighing room, judges box, etc., were most adlvantageously situated on the higlhest ground, and shaded by a clump of tall trees, whose umbrage was especially welconie from the rays of the old Soi., who seemed to have entered into a com pact w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
Laidlaw & Graham. Laidlaw and Graham, (Lato Marriage, Lawrenson & Laidlaw.) CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS :V-ALUATORS, "C. S OF. OricES: TARARALGON - AND MORWELL. Governmcent Land Auctioneer : J. D. LAIDLAW. Sworn Valuator ., ... J. GRAHAM.: TRARALGON, "MONDAY, JANUARY 6. LAIDLAW AND GRAHAM will sell at their yards-- " 14 Workers and tackling 80 lI.to.2-yrs Steers and Heifers. 80 Good Poddles 7 Store Cows 15 Yearling heifers 22 B.yr..old Heifers 35 Steers, l.to-3 years 100 Fat sheep 20 Pigs mixed Second Sale. NARRACAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8 LAIDLAW AND GRAHAMA will sell on above date, at their yards 4 Good 3Milkers 10 1 -yr..old Steers and Heifers, good 6 Half fat Cows 10 2.yr.-old heifers 10 ,.., .' Steers ? " 15 Good Poddies . 4 .-yr.-old helfers 6 Springers Geo. A. Earle. G. A. EARLE Auctioneer, Cattle Salesman, Stock, Estate, Financial and General Commnssion Agent.: Commercial Road, " MOBWELL. Cattle Sales held at Morwell...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
DIRECTORY I iAdvertisements nder this. head will. 1"e irisei-ted for 2s. Od. per quarter. o:. eheapet and bst, Commcrctlat'rad' ONALDSO echat The oldesteca st, orell N Osi:cE wanting a good shave or hliir Arrr.. cut, cell on C:'A. S?IlTHtHnrldreer), 'Commerccal : noa, MtorwcH. (1 AVna O ii HARtISi, Cheap Cash i.-- St r.t PDrt ? mvs eGro . Ironmongers, S'`, in-l.. resod blo orwello hlet brando "'ept. "Good stabling. ~oanmercial-roa. 'llbrwell. T AlDiL)VA & GIlAHAM,l "Cattle Sales • i m Sn tock. Estate, "honrwicl, and t(eneral Comitnssion Agents -,-orwcll. and lorraalgo n. YTORN INGljSlt, A~iciti~oer, ',ok cld Statioun Agent. Statdloi itee orwe. Charges steicdy tnoodirtte ~ ATSO-"&"CO. tene?'rid Slmorebper, M rIT F ommercinl-rnad, orwell. ' Boots Sand Shoes a spccality. . aTnd's. WilmsON,'Fany Goodst Depot, IVT' Cbmmeccialstreet, Morwell. I DO2N.O- AN Croklieter' Armes Hotel S .o Commercialntfct, - Morwell. Best ales, winces and'.sl ts. S"ICHIlRD' DIThE, Blltksmith nan...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
TO.3OIlthOW S SEflVICES. CRURCHC OF BGLAN.D Divine cervcevelll be liel to~mnerra n ih followi:- eunnr, Ii aem.; eoreell Bridge, 3 cnm.; MormeiL 7 pmm;Mr. Freecic. WEOLSYAl CIUIOII.-elvle eccrvit wll lie bold : teperre u a flollow.--!:o--Snh . Y ticr. 11 ae.; IlD.ealwed Norih,e . pc. ieroneel, 7 p.m. Mlr. Blckioci-. SALVATION ý AEIY.-Erery Friday. opn air
Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
SIAricaulturi L Cissip. Some of the agricalturists who 'casry 'not eXperiunets under directions 'of the 'Government agricliltrall chemist obtain. very satisfactory realts. - Mr. Pearson cmentions the case of a farmer in the Port Fairy District w, soweod :in exteriaoental plots this year with wheat hlaving well 'nuanured the grolnil. 'Unfort nmtthly a 'latt variety. was plantedi and it Tell a prey to rust and 'lad ton be cit ldown for coy. It yieleld 0 tons 4 owt.tlcthe acre and as thie ylild fromc an nmoilnurtr d hlanI wcll" only 2 tons 13. eowtls, tilhe dtlfferencu w oan excellent rotmran onl tile tnculllre wedl, which hilla nt clnit Icerc thlall 2?.i an acre. Lost euar thie ?ile farmer ollbrainecl a bigK yielil of cningolgs loEf.'f hids c'xplri tmental plots. While'the tin ctuirc.dln Icudi only plro l cld 80 tnlc to tle Icre, the llhuviity illanurelld ll; violiled at tile rate of 88 tonsto thI, acre and thle Iprodi:ci? w'as of ltcuxeollent a qt alltV' itc to tiake; a prize .at the...
Traralgon Agricultural Society. BALANCE SHEET FOR 1889—SURPLUS OF L700. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
Trarlien Agr.iclturai Soclety. BA.1d cE "sHElT -Onl 1889-SUR-n: PLUS OF L700. A. meeting, of thi committee of . this society was held. at Mitchell'sa hoitel on Saturday afternoon, tho following gentle mtfe beinf present':--Mesnrs. D. Cnmpbell (presilent), 3r3lahhnBodycomb, O'Meara. Firmin, T. Dr?ane, Widdis.i Bermintha ni, Cochrane, E. Wlittakers, Power, Wright, Donoglhe,'a onnlg, M'Cldery, Ellwood, A. P. Bowlman, E. -Veitch, Williamlson, A. Walker. Mitcllell. Breedl, und'O. Varney. CORR. ~nESPONDENCE. A? very large imass o'f.heorrespondene wTs read ip.rirncipallyreatuge- in tlhe late 'From Dr. MacDonald, f Sle, who von second prize in the "OI Buffdro s Contest," pro!testing uagainst the horse .Rohint cwardeld first plince, on. account of HRobhin havirng won second prize in tihe contest for Lhtdies' IHacks over lnrdles.--To be informned that tihe prize wae for'tce rider, I andilnntIfor thohose. lne From W. H. Morton Drosin, with reference .to 'th stallion Etterick being awlrded seco...
New Year's Eve. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 4 January 1890
. New Year's Eve. Tlie advent'.oý the new year was, as ausuil, iiuliered iito the sosund of music. On'this occasion,tlie hitherto improvised idusic,'gaib 'ay. to the wdll-tmained 'local band, which ever spares no pains' 'in providing a musical' tr't to reridents and visitors. Thel vigorous line of the poet. 1" Ring out the old, ring in the 'noer," was amply fulfilled in spirit.; and the custom could- have lost none of its pleasurable feeling by tho' substitu tion of sweoot entraincing music for'tlh qiiint?' ringing o'f the bolls."' 'Pro' :cisely:at 'thei stroke of tweolve, thio band; whichl was fully represented, comim6nced :ali\oly air in' front -of Mr.Donrivan's 1hotel,; concludilsi 'amidst vociferous wvishas?Ifor Many happy New Years." rv. Doiiovan had' inst' thoiughtfully provided for the reception; of his " first fdot,". aiid: at his kind invitation,: the musical' fraternity with an euthusiastli following r ta down and did ample justice to the entertainer, whose health and that...