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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 17 January 1890
Ladldiarrand Graham report for Monday. 13th inst.-Our yards were largely'supplied with cattle, and there was a fair muster of buyers, and bidding generally was'good, Fat cows L5; cows in calf to £4 os; stores. from 5 7s to £3.14s; steers to £39 9; heifers 'td £3 104; steers atd heifers £2; 2s 2s to £2 12s; calves,- 2s-s to 87s.- Pigs, 8s to-18s. Horses, £G. S. he Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Cocm patay 'Ltel reporti:Cheese.'-Wu had a large sueply forwardi and very hard to move :- Prmte 5d to 5ld; and medium O3d to 4jd ]otted bitter, new:v.--Prime, d to lid; 4td to 5d for medium. Fresh butter.-We had a large quantity forward, and a good atten. diance of 6bdyers.h Th Isdarket is e?ssierthan last week. ,Prime?' Gd to Sd pe;lb. Medium from 5id to Gid; inferior lfver. Eggs.-l ld to Il.3d per dozen. 'Bacon.-Town sides, 8ld to' d per tb; country 4d to lid perlb. tHams. -Town, from 8d. to 9t per Ib; country,,ad to 7d per lib. -tees'irn?gd 'to'9Did' per 'lb. I.nrrd.-lladders 4td to 5d per l...
HINTS FOR THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
SHIN T'S " FOR 'HE' HObME.: To atike a good liqluid glne, put one ounce of lor int6o '. ph'toftbolililg witeri;dd two ounce of ahellac; boil until' the slsellne i dis .olvedi, n'd liottle for int.e .: K nitted onderi lothling should never'lie ironed, bht stretched to the proper shipe and lpinned on a bed or other fiin, clnian slrfice, until entirely The. itche; windo;' itl 4 Ithe ?t. ofil wi - dowi for plants ;"the :steml', fronm Iboilerp a?lu ketltles keepi the ir inoiot. .i..... Soot .np)liedkto corns ii clahned to deutrof then.: ". . - ;; ' .e tetae fujll of rye innt p:il of water wilt Itiirorve the colour of bInch goal.od : Sstrong tea oi c £.icnmoitl ay will lpreerre, tihe colonurif Iretiehilietit -IIalh ,"lckrlwniitst t furtittiroor in woodL filiticuh tino oil avith cloth. lightl ; imoitehedl nitlh lro.;enel oil, o retc?-e scratches' nod A cloth auri t g on i cof rl itater niidl ond aroudi the neck is good for a ior?thrlnat; ,Linio isiter ,. good' fo r hill.itt?. Use trfong an...
Rural. ODDS AND ENDS. All wealth comes from the soil. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
RUral. ODDS AND ENDS.. All walth cim es fruotthe soil. It wcjlres fruom 22 to 21 lb of milkh,'ocore. ing to quality to make one pound of butter.' A cow that yields from 8 to 12 Ibs of butter per week during the easeon is considered a gool one for dairy pnrpo.es. M[r. 3. Chevalters M)orton, the well-known Engtlih authority; states that well-chosen ecows will give from 2 cmt. to 2" cwt. of butter each per annum on al average. In the average coloniral dairy the yield per cow can hanlly be estimated higher than 1/ cwt. per year. u Buttermilk; when mole from fresh cream, Is highly nitritlous and iwholesome. 'It lh recom. mended by many melicalauthorities in diabetes, rickets anl nrmerbru stomach disonrers. . January Is the bet month as a rule for sap ringing. - For barkdrlgingi,however, September iL the most effective time. Thefdrtmer male of destitroylg treed i adopted when the de?I tim ber Lu to be soon 'cleared awu?, bult for plnstnre land bark-rihning rhould" be ortopted as the brrno...
The Miner. MINERS' DEADLY FOES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
The ( ?iner;.. MINERS' DEADLY' FOES. Theh'ijrltnio of :i Airicr fi the icrst pe: tou. that fnili?'ti the lot of man. On ever7 aide he is eurroutided'hy uitLeen enemies, who endeavor to snethe bprinegs of life.' The iure air of ie:4rn&i l toi a grh:iter or les extenet, ;wanting hi the gloomy depths of most mines; and poieonousa or explosive gaed 'are generated, to the nlow or swift destruction of life." In ordiuarylivorkings forr coal,, gold, or other minerals, we may expect to find the following destrioctive agencies:-Carbonic acidi, light curbnretted hydrogen (or fire dulmp), crbonic oxide and its Iproducta, sulphuretted hydrogen, the gmoeous ani oolit subltances produced by the coulbultion of, poiter, etc.; vypours of dust like thoili of mercury and ur.enie, romn? times witliont a'speeially.poisonoo s action like the dart of nmost.other tlneralnl, but always more orlees hurtful air saturatel with watery vatpour tint oen'ittnilg little oxygen ; aid ilatly min?smlnt, wsiich,...
THE EXPORT TRADE IN POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
THE EXPORT-TRADE IN TOTATOES: .As some scepticism;..lhos been expressed with regard to the sncces' likely to tltend endeavours to estfablish ian exporti trade-to 'Englantd in' p~tatoes; it is in?deesting to tfind that some 1'one who i1as .ttied it. is ,convinced of lits practiclaility and profit ableness, .A gentleman has wrilttn to the Agricultural' Depaitri-ent. isiiting 'of . his Sowd:hnookledge,, that betxeen Christnmas :atid:-March, , potatoes -are ,sold retail in Londonns:high as ls 6d a pob1nd. Sceing: tthe possibilities .of the -trade 110 sent a, a.small consignment from Neow Zealand of. troudsitdor kidnelys i the cobl bhatliher'bf ia .steaomer.. Tho:kidnoeys wvhlich were oftlhe \W1?hytt'Ash!iLedfctariety weroTe i'?le'd by ( Convent Guiden. fruiterersant frome £30 to !£50:a? ton·ithbles?lo, ,but the "ronild" woere un· itabldo o 'the 'mnrkctet:.' secon'd •.consignmenrt I]lst year - of se:ral tons Iprosed.a?failnre unfortnnately :owing-to I their having become frozen or frostb...
IRRIGATION COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
,IRRIGATION. COMMISSION. Ax iiiterstinR(conference of iriigatimisnts :i being.got together by. the Minister of 'WnterSaiply and wvill hold their sittings in Melbourno in :Maroh .next. irrigation has now been persued in the colony for ,several years, and Mr:..Donkin considers it is time someothing was heard of. its practical roeallt here. ..H has aconrdingly invited .lcading irrigationists to road' papers dealing with their own experience -and tnaching on the most approved .methods?of applying twater to different soils and crOps, the variuano productals and htheir.treat ment, and resudirt obtained locally by means of irrigatiion. Thero is no doubt voe have now advanced msliciently in the ,praotice.of irrigationeto be able toudatnp' .a little light for ourselos .for our own guidance instead of being dilpenpent on ,other' countries for illustrations and ,nstructioua.
Commercial. TRARALGON STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
. lCoimmercial,. TRAIIAT.O ON STOCK. SLanihli-nw nd Orahamlnn reort for Monday 20th inst;--Wo had a very lnrge,slpply of cattlo forward, but owing to thle hot weather the attllendanco was small, and hidding dull, only a mall proportion lining sold under thn hnilmer. A good many lots, however, changed hands ilvatetly nafterwalrds, tlhe prices beingd mostly up to Inteo ites.' Pens of'lchlfrs £3 Os, £43 i, £ 7 Os d, £8 18s to £6 ; ,oung cnttIe,'£1 133, L1 63 L2, 12 123 8 to Co 12i ad; cflves, from- 21s; onao team store workers, £L 10s. Pigs, is, 0s ad tol 7ad Gd
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
.frrtL.tly'thn mv.t nedlehti 'knnnn IIs SANDE R 50}' IIUCAMYI'TI 1 XTRAOT. .Test Ift eimntly pownrfol i nctnntn ongn .n OlMA, Intl cnm; thn belif I Initnntantanun6. IZ nnrlonnn eed, and , cl dnntn on all klnnl In thny n nnnin. .inrnn ncnldinn. balenn, or prtlns. Ift Is tin nnit renmn.dy-nnt "*snnlllnp. nn Innlnnmmtlnn. Linsnurprisllng ntrTnI produced In crnnnldiphtainnn, brnnchltln, lnIInnmmn. tlfn ni thi lungs. nnnlllnnn, Ba Ianirhnnn, I.nnlryt illsonannof thn ddneyn AnnI urinary nonnrn. In dns IL hnipiltnl and mnnicnl nillnion nil over tin globe, IntrnnlifI iy Ilel. 3lnianll tin iond ol lItnlyl .rDnnend nIth nnlnl nnd iplnomnnnt nIn icrontlnnnl RxlnIIltlod. Amntnhnlnni. Tnrol In lilts npprovdI frltcle, and reinct all others.-Avlt.
CHARGE AGAINST MR. DALY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
`CuHTRGE AGAIN\ST 1MR DALY. Thecasne of MJr. Daly, Polico Maigistrite for Gippsland, is.heingdeoalt with llyb the IPublic Service Board. Mr. Daly "aes sus pended rfrofm his duties on the bench by the Minis:er' of J.lsticeo'n :ccolint - of certain decrepancies being found in the .roturnls of monthly3 tnivollinrg oxpnsese M[r. Daly has behoon acquainted by thie Public Servico. Board of thIe niatlure oft tlr clhnrgi brought against hinl and on receipt of this reply, if not delemed satisfactory, an inquiry into ltheaffair will beu'ndeitaken by the Conmniesioners:: .'' SAgriculturist ?t?' b to Mr. Dowv to :night. Thae slip Glenrosaentrandod near 'Cape Batks (S.A.),'is nov rnedliored in ?ift. of; imid. The tug ''Yitala 'towed at' tmhe dtranded ship all Tuesday riiglt, but with= out avail. The tug A'rllailoe left Tort Adtidlutdo to got to her assistanco.
A Voice from the Street. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. CURIOUS.—Of course they haven't answered. How can they, when they "Both shook hands and died." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
A Yoiice froma the Street. Bi PER'EGIIr.oN PICKLE. ANSWOOS TO COnRRESPoNDENTS. Crntous.-Of co•urse they haven't an . esered. Uonw can 'they, when they ' Both shook hands and died." " Crabstick," of that antiquated rag tthe MtEtCtty-w-lhite cohdeotning the .old Savings Bank, referred to it as a" la shnlly old huilding, fit only for Yt..vAn." This is asignal proof tfat 'Crahly is getting fossilizrl, and like all decrepid tonthless oldrfullows, w.lo.have wasted their lives in a town nhat has never prospered, and finally "gone under,'" Ihe delights to jumlp on young and prosperous rivals. Let ats warble:- .. Crabby says the Savings Bank S:s bknowvn both neir and far, SARi Reshablby little shanty, : it only for Yinnatr. Go, Crabsitick, seek a mientor wise, .And learn ere 'tis too late. ... Tlle even Sale mlast bow before The iron lhatniof Fate. 'Tie hard,.I know, to drean so long *Tlratyou opinion led, To wake to stern reality And.indl youtr nror?-rslarP .AD. 'Twari cruel, i'rhaps, of Pa...
Morwell Agricultural Society. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1890. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
Moonr nllf.'lgrlcnltUrii. $oiety :,"; 'ToUEsDA, 'Jasu?n?Y.'2, 1800. 'SPEfCI?L '31ETING. A.' speciali meeting 6f the 'above society -was hal'ld I in :th lme? ;?6azilca' ilnstitute on Tuesday last to, receive the roport of the sub-comnlittee -appointed to canvass the district, re'tho.lifting of the society's debt by taking up deben tures; to 'appoint jiiudges, iand other business.':"' :conR?EsPONDENCiE. . 1From T. H.- Matthews, offering .ddnation to he oomnpeted, forat the forth scoming slhoi, and stating he would thke up anrie'Shbceturco, anid as 'further willing to give £a extra, providing nine others waiuld 'do the-sanme.Recevd: ' IFrom'the secretary of tlio.Buln Bulrr Agriculturil Society, stating tihat their ildow would be.lield on Mlarie 20th. 'Receivdd. 'FromWV . .T. Bes ill, secretary fitlhe 'MorwcllAthletic Club, appljling for the use 'ni ground'-n Ensfter Monday, at usual rates.-Granted. , 'fr;. 'c. P. Ninid, on behalf .' lMessrs Slhawiitid' E iel'e,reporited that they had o...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
.Topics !ofothe wee . T.osT.--Mr. Murdouh, in annithebr e~lnmn dffers a rewanrd to anuyooe finding a 3noic I pendnot lost from his watehchain some where Malorwell. nAr??rnt.-3l ars. Adanns antil MIaxwelWs ww advtrrtisemcent in another column is well I worth reading by thoso in quest of -real bargalns. N?eW BUTCnHEIcn-We.are informed on r1iahblo authority that a new butcherilng lmslness is about to'bea tarted in the pritmlscs lately occupled alby r, . Clarke. ; fIIsaa.Farer.oro.4rhn annuat Insaction ef the Ripplsand line, by the Railwany Com missioners will take place early in February, ommucing.n athd'th?,.and .xtending 'to the 7th and 6tk." ·-- . . Cuanort oP Ec?,uAn.-?The 1Rev. .. It. Walker wil ofticiate at St. Mary's Church, StrPrell, L on tSunday "I nm oing next, when he still · natlmflister thu ..Holy Communion. . - - - . . CnlcKeT.-lHawley Smart, in his" novel " At:Fault,"ii responsible for the statement. that 'a lady invented, overhand .bouling, The dress ?rnhably prevented ...
A Tale of Six Cities. English Capitalists have bought H. H. Warner's Business. FOR 5 MILLION DOLLARS Plants in Rochester, London, Toronto, Prague, Frankfort, and Melbourne, Sold. The Business to be Carried on by a Limited Company. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
A Tale of fix Cities. English Capitalists'-have bought H. H. Warner's+ Business. FOR 5 MILLION DOLLARS Plants in Rochester, London, Toronto, Prague, Frankfort, and Melbourne, Sold. The Business to be Carried on by a Limited.. Company. Frrom the Democrat and Chronicle, R'ochcster, ATov. 2o, 1889. .'early three months ago the DE?IO CirT AND CHRONICLEr was able to give its renders most of the 'details of a most important business transaction, probably the heavniet, as regirds the amount of cash chaining hands, in which any business house in this city was ever initerested. This was file Bale of the great business.of II. 1.-I"irnitr & Co. for 5,00(1,001 dols. ot until yesterday was the sale finally completed, ritd there is little.to add to, and - nothing to correct in, the statement published in these columns three monthls ago.' Early in the suniner, propositions were' made Mr. Warner for the purchase of his business. egotitiations ensued r which resulted in a visit to Rlochester...
TELEGRAMS. Victoria. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
T'ETLEGRAMAS. S[I3vrr. Er. cc.aTTnt.Fanoaru;] ý(nou uin`o OwtcN conniERPo IElnr.) MlErABOURNzE, Ttunnsor,. ?A SF-RIOUS CE AIIGE" . 'A ainlint Ihalf-pasRt 0ne yeot riiiiyii man ainedol Wit. Aol iry'..lotroi 410 ~vrrou ofago, ios airrnttl it-his ,oobinenco,0Doci; Cti ik, Porotiiorst, on 'in. 4 lleged . cirorgo -of cnidititting a--offenoce on a little girl natrtdil lhtr* -A onn Warren, oi'mnt 12 yeurs fge. 'ITne pirironer owlhins go a lotp fitter by troie , is alltged to 'have cointoitted tihe offnce' in Novvoiii'Lr -lint, not itf iaving got toin oll rnr of.Doetentines MaIiimnoy and Sexton, tiey -etffecte the arreastof thi. accousd, and oniged Iliti in titoi"Iork-up.
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
miscellaneous. SWhen the" Duke. of -York, "durin= the \W'dlere Expel edtiei, , had to retreat hboio'otlh-r Fr?cli, Sheridai-g.tv~'3 s I "tonst "The Duke of York and his brave followers." At some..countrv house where a druinatic piece founded on "Ivanhoe" w.s to jte1pere termed, Lord Alvanle)" was reqiusted' d tplay the p:art of Isaae of Iork, hie declined, saying, "I never coadl do a Jew is oty life."' SLove i more pleasant than marriage for the same reatson that rommances are more anusing than history. Sir Boyle Roche, in spite of his unenviable relptatioa, was capable of somtithing better than mere Irish bells. One day owhoe Curr declared that the was quite capable of acting as the guardian of his owu hotteor," Sir IBoyle said, "Ildeled, I always thought that tihe hoior able membuler wa an enemy to sinecures." ". TRttlttth.-Lv I.AT. I recollect a nurse called Atnnt, - o cail rried me about the gcnte, And onl sine dav a line sounh g Iliani SCncam upiti sl kiised the piretty i-as. '...
SOME TESTIMONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
SOME TESTIMONIES. Appended are a few out of many testimonials received, having reference to the abo4e medicines; 'showing-that they do as represented with regard to each - Warner's Safe' Cure. . Specifically adapted for Kidney and Liver troubles, and more particularly the dread fiend known as Bright's Disease of the Kidnoys;wlvth its endrlss train of collateral symptons. Charters Towers, Queensland, ., September 24, 1880. For .the :past ten .years or -so I h.ve suffered from obstruction of bile and chronic disease of the liver and heart. 1 was much aftlicted with dyspepsia and ffatuleney, so that after meals, instead of the self.satisfi.d feeling of healtl, I. suf fered from distention of the stomach and other ailments incid-nt to impaired digens tion. For'these complications I took• a 'number of medicines without deriving a.-y benefit.' Six months ago I first heard 'of theomerits of -'..WVarner's Safe Cure." After the use of three bott!cs I found.: my thealth very much irproved. I ...
CHINESE MORAL MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
CHINESE, MORAL MAXIMS. [The Chlinosen arenoted fo the :timunber of muntl maxims which abound in their language.o Their. ordinary- conversation is plentifully. interlarded with. moral nlhorisims, but :ex. :enplifyltng the proeorti' "The Inearer 'tlle chourch th'forther fromt God," the eonsoof.the sun are notL noted for prctising what tthey preach.] ,i :-: .: ", .. fly "a lono:,?Journey. hnoa-' a horse's. streagth to leogth' of dag j shuon', a' an's hlitrt.' - - 'The t po itaeoiot rgifts e of heavee are of ligh nlaoe, bat 'tle strength of-iper?eoeraned The heart of a brorthleos rean is 'to sllt aed l nd c ott?igeablt' t ar nto ntain t trgtm;e -. In the idays' oft ultthentee' oh?ayt think tt'of rli?ioert: , . di not letdwt iank :eotan: trt:o yol nad iako you, retsembtr, itli sorropythe tilue of L otiet?y is atended with'profit arrogancer t" brit ga estruction. --O 'otr `:; :ttii.' ::.- , -.: Slrosperity and l refoItuno'are otnmon to all: times' andto nil t lacs.,: ' '.o" , , ;: t.t:.t ...
Good Stories. DUBLIN CARMEN. [Frank Thorpe Porter was, from 1841 to 1861] [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
Good Stories. DUBLIN CARMEN. FnwIt tonttn:a' RECOLLEOLTO\m . [Frank Thorpe T'orter dras, fromt 1841 to lit : well-known nlagistrate of the heal-odice of the Dublin police. All the lncidelits m'entionel in his recollection- are strictly trute, they" having come lundlr Ili notice in hit na:lgiterial capacity. The rule wit of Dublin carmen in almost lroverlbil.] Many of my readers are ateare that the Richnnmnl Itridewell, which i, now the coulluon gaol of the City of Dublinn, is situnted near' lHaroldhl Crtes; and that on its front t. il-. seritel, " Ceo-nae to il. ?il.Letrit to iro well.. A clritan onatnel Doyle, who linal itt Ilack. rock, wasn ?stnlnunerl tiefore me on chorge~ts of violent collnuct, ahbl?eve langua:ge, and tert. tion. lIe was a man of very gool character, . and the comiplitnant wasl a persn of the worst repultatioil, whll hadl Ien coleictetl of several tniidenlrntllott of a very tl[graceful Iltlure. Frau tl. and fanlehoodse"were nattritlttetl to hii?.n a' tithitual a...
Fireside. HEALTH RULES. BAD SMELLS AND VAPOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
Fireside. HEALTH RULES. D '- AD SIELLS AND YAPOUJiS. There cannot he health where there is dirt hI the hoLue. Dirt and Diei?Le are constant coam panions, and cling closely together. All dirt it had, but decaying dirt is worst. Burn daily, or remove out of the way, all vuch half detmed things a+ fish boue, potato llarings, and eai lage leaven. ?ui smnells bring sicnesse when they come from rottinag snthtances. They nearly nlways dependl on hurtfnl vapours esca plug frome putrefying dirt. Follow up ainy.ihad smell in the houne until yo finit out where it comes fronm. Look well to all sinks, drains and sewers, to see that they are not chokel by decaying matter which ca:tnot get awtay, and clear them frequently by throwing downi lenty of water. See that the water trapia are never liftel off the tops of Nink-pilpe, lcinuse they are pitt there to keep dangerouL valaars from coming up from the oewers into the heoite. Let no dirty puddlea, inor dirt lheaplia, nor, pig tubs remoain ne:r the ...
Items. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 24 January 1890
Items. The talle.t tree in the world it a guns on '3t. lIal Barwi Vicutria, which attain tooa height of 477 fect.. This dwarfs the giaut trees of California, alhoott which there h:. been so much boasting. The highestof the-.e which is ootrwtanding it the Sfa.s·achuseots," which reaches an elevation of 0010 feet. There is toe fallet mo.nster, howr. Sver, in Calavera;s ioore, c iled " The Fa;ther of the Forest," whic, :whent .tanding, measured 430 feet in height and. o i feet i' circum. fero-e.t The I.o coiirt, of l]renel.s are the fOinet it the world. They vmtre erecte nt ta c,.t of over £1000 000. In S t Loakle Ctto the Morotoou T. aracle i ci.tbie of lioldintg 12,100 people.. Ont the ritinr3 Ibetween heLrenltetdo aid San Frtuiisco, theo.Sol no" poo til, whichi coiteys illtay tiirtit acrcos an ttintent of tihe ty, is tihe lanrest in the hortrl Itcan carryfotrlo co moitties, 'and oixt-.en llrge carriages at once. Neapolitian I 'otutrers do not . r, e obont "roughrig it." P.'lintereri...