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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 February 1890
Stud. Notice. To Stand this Season at M3ferla. lorwell. TIIE THOROUGIHBRED TROTTING STALLION " Pioneer II." lBy Pioneer (Imp.) Dam a thoroughbred Panic mare. i'lonecr is a black horse, 4 years, It6 hands. very strong and well made. lie took First Prize last vrear at ?\nrtnasl, Harwell, and 31affra, as saillion for getting carriage horses and bunters. cavalry horses for India, and Trotting homes. Pedigree on Cards. TERIIS £4. Also THAT FAST TIIOTTING STALLION " Wildfire," A GREAT PRIZE TAKER. TERMS £2. 3lares left on gmass £ extra. Mlares iot provintg int foal served free next All Mares to be paid for before removal. scanon. Every care tanke, but no responsibility. C. E. COIINEY. To stand this Season at Hazelwood, (Late Coll Shaw's Farm), TIlE PURE-BRED IMPOITED CLYDES DALE STALLION, IRANFURLY. ) ANFURLY, bred by JIr. Lang, Auchen 1.i rail, Bridge of Weir, Scotland. and imported by 3Mr. Alexander 31'Whitnie, ex s.s. Challertoa. from London. Ranfarly is a beautiful dark brown. is risi...
Narracan Shirs Council. Friday, January 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 February 1890
Narracan Shirs Council. Friday, Jlanutry 31st. Present-Cr. Ilowlett (president) lDamp :ton. Powell, Goacht, Polio, Ilasthorpe, Lloyd, Stanton and Coleman. ConRRESI'ONDECEs. From G. F. Netlherrite, saying that lie had co?upletedl tooks, and they were now awaiting ndlit.-Received. Front John Hopkins, forwarding copy of order againut It. Sloan, slbstrnctitt roai; through allotment 92, parish of 3Moe. Received. Frontm . W. Crisp. applying for a slhaghtering license.--Granted. Front J. Whelan, Chihlers, drawing at tention, to silne dangerous trees overlang ing the Chillers school.-lleferred to lHdt catinn department. Friota Dr. 1lontgomiery, reporting that the sanitar" can lition of the shire was excellent.-lReceieed. From Lands dep:artmont, asking for plan showing land required for racecourse and other ptlilic pnrpoles.-lIereied. Fron sanmo, asking for return of plans anod signature.--lceiverd. Fronmm Dr. llarkness, reporting case of diphthluria t Chillers.-Ireceivtd. From J. O:Xoill, ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 February 1890
-IUSINESS -DIRECTORY -.Adertietiientos 'nder ,this head "will te inserted for 'P. ed. per quarter. iMORWELU O fO SAOLDSo N. Merchant. The oldest i. 'cheapest, add best, Commercial-road )lornell. A NY.0VE wanting a fod shave or hihtr A"' dut; call on O.'A. SM 1IT; Hatrdreeser, Comnimrcial.road,'Morwell. 1AVANAGH &.IIlARRIS, Cheap Cabh :.. S toire: Drapers,Grocers.' rotnmongers, 'PELL;TEitER. Club Hlotel. Commer . cial.rodd, Morwell. Best' brands kept. Good 'jtabling. 'Commrciral-road. blor#?ll. . . T 'iTDLAW 'I& GltA ?IM, Cattle Siles J ' men, Stock, Estate,' Financial, and OenUtra Com?ission Agents, Morwell. andl - Traralgon. 'LrA'SON'"e CO., General Storekeeper: J .Comtnercial-rdad, MJIbrwell. -'loots r?-and' Shoes a pcciality. TIhfItS.. WILSON, 'Fancy 'Ooeds Depot, V Commercnlutstrcet, Morwdll.e P.. DONOVAN, Crckcters' Arms Iotnlt . Commercial-street, .Iorwell. Best 'iles, wines, and spirits: I) ICHAIlD DA TE, 'Blacksmith and ':'i, Wheelwright" Stntin-street, 'Morw...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 February 1890
Coiaiuercial. Laidlaw and Graham report:-On Weld neday, at Narracan,we yarded 130 head and sold as follows:-Fnt cows. £L1 Os to £5; store 'bullock, £4 .I5; 3.-yr.-old stears. £312s Od;'lhifcrs, £2 14s to £2 10s. Also privately during iho week on account of P. Donoran, Esq., the Cricketers Arms' o Hcl, Mtorwell, at a satisfactory figure, Mr. G. M3ilett of Maffra beilg the purchaser. IMELBOURNE MARKETS. The Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Com. puny Ltd. report:-Cheese.--We had a large supply forward and very hard to more : Prime rid to O5d; and medium 31d to t?1d Potted butter, now.-Prime, ild to fid; 41d to ad for medium. Fresh butter--We had a large quantity forward, and a good atten dnnoc of buyers. The market is easier than lnst week. Prime, fJd to 8d per lb. Medium from Ahi to Gid; inferior lower. Eggs.-l ld toutli.d per dozen. liaconn.-Town sides. Sid to Oil per lb;'country 4d to Gd per lb. alnms. -Town, from Si1 to Id per lb; country, lid to 7d per Ib. Beeswax.-- d to Ol9d per, l...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 February 1890
Cricket. '. The following match was played on Sn. turday last. Annl.ie.ulted in all easy win for the homb team: TIIAICLLGON-First Imnibns. Burland, b Johnson ... ... 9 Veitch, b Jobhnson ... ... 0 Crowe, b ,ohinson ... ...11 Gunn, b Ferguson ... ... 12 M'COlary, b. Johnson .. . I Parer, J. bI Johnson ... ... 0 Carrington, b Fergauson... ... 4 Snodgrass, b .lohnson ... ... Parer, F:, bJohnsen ... ...JI West, c Corbett, b Ferguson ... 1 Deschamp, not out ... ... 0 Leg llyes . .. . 3 Total ... ... ... 42 SBOWLING ANALYSIS.-Johl?son, 48 halls 18 runs, 7 wickets. Corbett. 30 balls, 1i runs, 0 wickets. Ferguson, 18 balls, 41 ruls, 3 wickeots. " ' onrar.L-LFi-rst Inlnings. - Johnson, u Crowe, b 1aurland ... 9 Graham, c lBurland, b Gol .. 0 Corbett, c and b Gnln ... ... 10 Date, b Butland .. ...... . Ferguson, b Guaul 7 Stone, not out . ... 8 Miller, runeot• ... ... ... 0 Nelson, .cJ. Parer, b Ilurland ... I LlvingstoUe, c Veiteh, b lhrlrnld 0 iddis, btGunl ...... ... 0 Turtley, b Giu... .....
AT MIRBOO NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 February 1890
AT MIRBOO NORTH. At Mirboo the erection of new station premises was granted; also the removal of a fence on the north side of the line near the level crossing to be removed a couple of chains to avoid a hill. &nbsp; As regards a request that water be laid on from the railways to the township, the commissioners suggested the formation of a water trust,
THE Morwell Advertiser. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1890. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 7 February 1890
TI-Ih FiIDAY. FEIRUARY 7, 1890. Topics of the Week. FOOTBALL.-A meeting of the Morwell Football Club will be held on Tuesday at Murdoch's Hotel, at 8 o'clock sharp. OUucyELVFS.-.-Anyono wishing to see the addresscs of business men ini Morwell or suriounding districts should consult our directory on tile front page.. .CoNvENIFNlT.-Publieanis, pic-lic parties, and others will be glad to learn that Mr. Win. Tulloch has now on bire a handsome rmarquee, its measurement being 60ft x 21ft. :DEATH.-lt is our painful duty to record the death of the infant son of dMr. George Dcrham, who expired on WVednesday last. The funeral cortege, followed by many friends of the hereaved parents, proceeded to the Hazelwood Cemetery yesterday. ART UNION.-The Yarram "tChronicle" states that Mrs. Percival l'ooley, of Sale, anld daughter of the Ilte Mr. Gieore Traill! for niany years a resident of Tarraville, is tine lucky winner of the prize in the Aus tralino Natives' Art Union. The prize, which is valued a...
Fight for a Photo. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
'Flght :for anPJlloto. George Donton, the brother of aý Smith 'ktroot auctioneer, got himaself into trooblo on Tuesday imorning last. :Constable Youlden was on dnty at Snith street at the tinme, when hle satw Denton and his yonnger brother stannling ina front of the Sydney Hotel, and causing a miil 'kilnd of hdi turbaneo. The oflicer went over to see whatt was thelnatter, anil found that the brothlerowere?quarreling over the possession of a photo. of. in nitual friend-lady of courso. Youlden cautioned then, andti tlhey vwent into their lder brother's auction room. George -Denton rolted Ithel onr, and then the 'people outsildo hoerd a row going on inaido. By nld by Denton the younger rushdl 'ot, ans beoots, hat, antd coat, and struck ouit in the directiln of Str.nleystreeut. After liln: cam? i:Genrg, Denton in hItt pnuuirt, .uit instenadl ' taking in his lrotllhr's track. he foll~Ifntl of Constable Yoldlon, who was standing in front of the aection roo:n, nod Dentno rlushed at the nco...
Meeting of Ratepayers at Coalville. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
]lectitng of lIhttepIgers it Cotta rille. A' meeting of the ratepayers of C',il xille,(says the AnvocATr) was held at the reidlence of Mr. Aitken on Thursair., 3lith tit, ealhd bIv the Pnorecs Contiittee. for the plrpln!o of cnsidering tl?re reatment ret:eid out to the E?nst Ildling lIy the Sthirve council. The tiemiers of the riding were invited tolittend,.bt only one put in an tapearance, vie., 'Cr. Powell. the uhiler two having sent apologies. The chair was taken by MIr. D?aniel, who briclly stated tie olbject of the Imeting, and cutlledl upon Cr. Powell to explain the cause of the unfaiir treatment to which Coulville had been subjected in the past. Cr. Powell, after expressing pleasure at being present, and referring to thu fact of nn money leing allotted to Coalville, saidl that in justice to his colleagues heo Iught to nstte that it was an oversiglht in the first intanceo when the council allotments were made. lie had taken an early opplr tlnity to endeavor to rectify the over...
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 — 14 February 1890
A Tale ofl ix 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. From the Democrat and Chronic/c, Rochester, NAov. 20, 1889. Nearly three coonths ago the Dnlto. ClATrAND COinomeIL. was able to give its readers most of the details of a most important business transaction, probably the heaviest, as regards the amount of cash changing hands, in which any business hontse in this city was ever interested. This was the sale of the great business of . i. . Warlner &" Co. for 5,000,000i dols. N'ot until yesterday was the sale finally completIed, and there is little to add toii, and nothing to correct in, the statement pubslished in these coltunits three months ago. Early in the sunmmer, liropoisitions were made Mr. Warner for the purchase of his business. Negotinations ensued which resulted in a visit to lRochester of r...
Health Inspector's Duties. A MUNICIPALITY REFURES TO PROSECUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
Health Inspector. s Dities. A'MUNICII'ACTTY REFURES TO PROSECUTE. 'Complaints have heen made to the Moorabbin council by the shire of Oak leigh imnprovement commnittee andi -several ratepayers, of the exi-tenco of abone mill' on ,entre road, East Brighton, with a request to. abate the nuisance -without delay. It was:p inted oat in these com rtnnications that this mill was cansing an: unbearable swell to arise, greatly to the annoyance of residents in the neighborhood.: nte matter came on for discussion at Monrabbin on Montday night, when the: secretary read Constable Holland's report of inspection. The officer stated that he found thie premises in a fairly clean condi tion, and the smell was not mhalf so ball as it was representedl to be. As the owner was ndtlicensed the secretar' of the lshire. IMr. John Keys. had instrcted the constable to " ake notes" with a view to legal proceedings, and lhe now asked the council to endorse or reject his seuggestins. Or. Mills intimatted tlhat l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
SAFE REMEDIES. WARNER'S SAFE CURE. WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE. WARNER'S SAFE DIABETES CURE. WARNER'S SAFE ASTHMA CURE. WARNER'S SAFE RHEUMATIC CURE. WARNER'S SAFE PILLS. WARNER'S SAFE PLASTERS. WARNER'S TIPPECANOE. The fo?regoing SAFE lIEMEDIES may be had of all ruggists, .AND AM PREPARED AT THE LABORATORY OF - H. WARNERM & . O No.-147 Little Lonsdale Street West, Melbourne. : WHERE iTEY :ARE SOLD WHOLESALE ,ONILY.; 10 GOOD RIEASONS 10 YOU SIOULD TAKE WARNER'S SAFE GURE. 1. BECAUSE "\ \ARElE'S SAFL'E Ubl It" will save')'our l/fe, if you are troubled with' any fort of Kidney, Liver or Urinary Diecase. 2. BECAUSE "WARnER'S SAlE: U11'?" is guaranteecd 1o do its refrscs/end. It is no new uItired retaedly, but has beeli before the public now i?more thaut a detde, and mail/ions (not, thousands) have attested to its virtues. 3. BECAUSE "tWAIuNF'S SA , U UI t ' confeanns oulhin~ig in jitrliois. lTh oldcst and youngest call take it with perfect safety. It has been passed upo1n by tlhe che...
A Lively Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
A Lively Scene, The monotony which usually e.ists at tne Council table was broken on Wednesday lnst. A deputation was introduced by Mr. F. Howlott, co's;asing of Messrs. Derhnm, Langley, lEdnev, Ilniz, and T'unn, with, re fcrence to the opening uip and clearing of a nroai rCee'tly surveI bye L thIe eGovernment from tih Latrol.r road to llI:nz's road M.r Campbell p'odsced a Gorernient plan, showin, the corie of the roend. The chairman (Cr. Ilodyomb) said lihe understood Mr. O'Gormaunyl oa av a .l prt vious occ:sion that no rea heii ever cbeeri surveyed. 3Mr. Linglny : That is Ieno,re: t. Or. Keliehcr said ie hbad seena the land the previous moroir'g. No sane man could say they were not entitled to the roand, lbut he thought it a piry to destroy a ma?N's pro perty when it could be avoided by going along a fence. Mr. Derhrm : But yoe would have Io tat. it throeg h private pirolerty to do nhat. - Cr. oinwlcLt: I lt to bC a rund or ino ronwr' ur anOu lvthe Government plran, Iefore you sh...
Singular Action for Recovery of a Reward. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
Singdilar "Actlon for -Recovery of ,t liewartld. 'The contention which arose hstween' two rival -lai oiants, Conrad .Jensen and one Nolsnn for the reward of £50 offered by the execntors'of George Taylor Freeman for the discovery of the body of that gentleman, who disappeared 'from his homen at 'Riihmand thtout July or August last, and whose body was on 10th August lastfound in the river Yorra, settled in the 'lanco' Court. The imtter lhad provionsly conme p IoJfru Mr. 'Justice Willinams in Clalmbers on an inlerplender issle, when hia Honor decided that Jensen shlooll be plaintiff anol Nelson defendant. The learng of thii action engaged the ittentiun of Mr. Justice \Villia?ns on Tuesday morning. +Evideunce was given by the plainiiff to the effect'that lie was a. seaman on bhard the steamship -Pateena,' tnd on the morning of August ,7 last, about 7'or 8 o'clock, he 'was occupied in scraping the siides of the -steamshlip, when he noticed an object bllhbing up and down in theriver. FIrt...
Short Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
Short Notes., Forty, stndents are nlreidl canrolled on the classes of the Bairnsdale School of biines which commenced last week." , Steamer Despatch collided with the. Rose of Sharon below Balrnsdadt wharf' last Tuesday. Damage not serious:! Georgo Carey. n laborer, fell 60" feetoff a building in Brisbane. -,TI struck some pro-. jecting woodwork, thus breaking.his fall. No ianternal Injuries were sustained, 'though both legs broken. .. The Flemington council received a tele gram from Dr. Blenett reporting a typhoid case in the family of a dairyman namned Black, residing in Smith at, Kensington. It was decided at once to isse, no order, pro. ilbiting the delivery of mil!k fromn:l Blaek' dairy. The hush fire , between, Mortinak.; and Terang burnt about 5000. ncres of graom on " The Sistidrs itntu," owned by Black
Late Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
. Late Commercial. -0o 'T, Statthesw McCaw reports-Stores-Orlly atmoerate ?yard and prices were slightly better than of nlate, .Porkers-A fair number forward and the prices realised was afn imtprovemont on these lntely. .Baconers -Only a small number penned and the prlces' In this liole'aas aisobdtter.'some prime loto llln gvery well. Calvs--lFair number forwarded and prices slack. WHY REMAIN DEaFl I.th a have fuled to be cured elsehere wrlte or aprly to thea.\nel ChlnIu'lI CollssStureet Melbtllens. lr,,nowusclentnle, ectlretyt iccess?nl and ldnlee Rleetr-u edlleatLon treatent esnmpstely cures IDed nses. Notses in tile lead, DLeelargesa, , &u. Ilmatter cf how long itandlns. erdrults luo nuugerneus5ary Adulerusul deecruipsve Panmphletfree. N.L. All our ptlliaones and remedles are patentel tluhmtghout the lsvllsed World. Lady: "HarCe you hammered nrass?" Absentrmlunled clerlt: " Well, I should say I hud. I used to be t membler of the Salvation Army, ans playcd the cymbals."
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
-m iseellaneours, The Pullman Car Company of the United States employ 11,000 people who receive in wages £1,200,000 per annum. lthe awets of the company are £8,000,000 whilst its liabilities are £15,000,000. The cost of Ithl late Paris-Exhibition wva £0,000,000. " The exvenc ofCthe glittering spectclo ..on, 'ho h?tipde Mirn in money was large, aot~d ie"s its co:t in life 'and iimb. During itt con tlruotian r6,530 men were treated for injuirles or from lilners eesoltirg from expisu'n; 100 workmet hurt their legs; "20 recehied severe injuices to their eyes fro0m projeot;h?g timbers or bars o0 i'on; 114 we~o icalded or'severely betned, and 50 hod their flie sa cut off, The deaths from falls were 241. , .. SSoe eta'i,ties recostly lublisted by the Cityl lf B rliu show Ihit LIn:on ot.t ets are on tile whole the most orowded of say stro ts in Essope. In 1878 i! was sco taied thit 43,014persons tarsed Every, '16 bours along tht Leipzieer Stramse in Ilrlicý a,:d iT,153, 3',000 people crassr...
SOME TESTIMONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
SOME TESTIMONIES. Appended arc a. few out of many testimonials received, hav:n; reference to the above medicines, showing that they do as represented with regard to each - Warner's Safe Cure. Spe:ifically adap!ed for Kidney and Liver troubles, and more particularly the dread fiend known as Bright's Disease of the Kidneys, with its endless train of collateral symptons. Charters Towers, Queensland, S.ptember &.1,1880. For the past ten years or so I have suffered from obstruction of bile and chronic .disease of the liver and heart. I was much aflicted with dyspepsia and Inatulency, so that after meals, instead of thie self-satis'ld feeling of health, I suof. fered froto distention ot.tho stomach and.; other ailments incid-nt to impaired diges tion. For these complications'I took a number of medicines without deriving any benelit. Sis months ago I first heard of the, merits .of . "\arnr's Safe Cure." After tihe use of three bottles Il.found my. health very much improved. I have ...
SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
SUNDJAY SIRILVXU:S. ClURCtI OF ENOGLAND.-Divine serdrldollli e field nn Sunday a nlt ollbnre:-Yimnr. 11 aImI Meorwell Bridge. 3 p.m., and 3Iorwell, F pan. Mr. F"r..mcis. FRESDJYThJHIAM CIUfCU.-Ovlrimnherr Dill lie Lehi mt Sunday. '+ fellows:-MC rtrcll, 11 n.m., an-I T p.mu.; Timor, 3 .,. Rev. It Murry. WIMLEYAN CIIUfCII.-DlI' e service will tii hold aerl undlily it fulluws:-Set t ltb Vbmcr, I aem.; NrttIh IHazelweCd, 3 p,ie.; Meorwell, 7 p.ue. .'e. DPee. SALVATION AOSLT,-lirvet VI'le'.:, rien air
A Wealthy Beggar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890
A Wealthy "Beggar. At tihe Shepparton police court. on! Monday last, before the -local bench, Patrick.Cotter, agedl 64, was charged with begging, -and with being at roge and vagtbond. On Sunlday lmorning -accused went to tlheresidonco of a member of 'tl police forcoesal asked for 61d to buy pro visions with. On being taken to the police station accused strenuously, resisted being searched. In his coat, which was a nondescript garment made of pieces di sacking, with numerous bits of boot. leather inserted, were forund bank deposit receipts amountinglto the sum of £832, deposited in banks in various towns in the colony and:New Souith Wales, also the sum of -22s. in gold and silver coins. A quantity of food was also found in defendant's swag and an extraordinary collection o'f rusty pocket knives, pieces of iron,-&e. .Defendant, in reply to the beneh said lhe '.was travelling on buriness to Echuca-and other places and complained bitterly of the ?nction ofithe police in detainin...