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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Commercial. -o T.antdlaw and rahm report. for Monday 17th Inst.-At Trarnlgon our yards were well supplied with stock, but owing to the late hour at which we started selling,- the attendance was stmali. HIowever, we succeeded in placing nimost all stock in, oti her by auction or privately at satisfactory rates. Cows, £3 9s uop to £4 2s; heifers, £2 llii.5i to £3 8s; pens of young cattle. 1.2. to 15 tot,£2 lt valves. Is t.27s; pigs, lis to .26 6d; team of 10 walking bullocks at go.id figure. M!I.BOURSE MARKETS. The Fresh Footl andl Fro.en Storage ', om. pany I.td, report: -Ol-hcese. Primo 4d4 tiG,.i; rant rod,' 5d to 6if ; lmehumtl 04d to .111; Polttd futter, new.-P'rime, 10 to l0 ; i ~d to 8.1 for mendiin. Fr;0sh butter.-We h.td a large lllnltity f rrward, 0nl a good attcft. anl: of le"v,"o. The market is easier than last we hk. Prime, It 4d to Is 8d. Mldilm fromt IUd to 1 .1,'; tllferior lowler. EngF..--l 2td to Is 4d per doz. 13I tun -Town sidfs, 7fl 'to 9d per Ib; country 4.1 toli...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Tea-meeting at Yinnar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Tea-leetiatl at TYilhatr. The tela-mieetig, which was gnt up for the double pIurpose of celebrating the telling ,of the New Church, and at the ?ame time aigmtenting its funds. was held in tihe Mechlauitis' nlutitlte on Frilay uvunine last. Nowitwiltuanding the chlange in the weatller, and theabsencetnta oun, (whil h latter kept many intending visitors indtonrs), there wag a very liir attendance of the residents, inelnlintg euveral visitors from l .rwell, llazldwoail, Boolarra, and the adjacent districts. Miss Walsh, of Yinunar, u.lpplied tile ngod things for the ilnter itin tt tohe Ioder of Mesdatil es Firulin. IM'Donlhl, Valentine. Bontd, Cole. tman, O'lHara anad Silcnck, who were assisted Iy other residents of the district. After tea thile tables were removed, and the pltiou meeting Iresided over Iby tlte Ven?rgablu Arcihdeacon Langley, was opened by tlhe- singing. of tile Old Hnndreiith, andl'nbsleqnent prayer by the clhairr.an. Aiulogies were received from the Reu. 'RI Mhtrrar, ...

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THE THIRD DAY [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

'Tl?E TrIirD DAY opensiwitlh the sECOoND HIIURDLtE tACR, in dhich 'twenty. of 'or. best .orfnrmors toer 'the little lstidks are engaged, Bluli .lMountain, Cliandller, errythus, and the New Zealander,' KInecalp, bLinging the list. TRE.U?SERY 'IIANDIOAP ' ' has thirty-eight twn-year-olls nominatell, including nearly all the cracks. THE .Ali TUIMN. IIANDIO.PC Ias' twenty-six in'it, and shotild produce a great race ata mile and i half .andit a :fur long. TE 'cIrrAMPIO S'TAAKr.S fnlsnws,'anrl'herothe mieting'of the Au?s. tralian Peer, Melns, Aburcrn. Sinzaporr. Manton, Ceireassier, Carbinue..?lrl Allhisln'si lst. t, snnll bu wortl g?aing: a tleiisandl iiils tn'sre.' At present I fancy theu Hon. Jua. White's best on the day. - - TIIE SPECIAL JUVESI.E BeAIER. fr' geldlings, is nst 'likely to l rnduce n large,.efiul, hut as "Ituhhluli' and Titan are in the list, the quality cannol he 'fiund fult 'with, ;wlhich his 'forty; v hser nomui Ruted. '-among lwhich e is i ti lun-ket Ililh 'luby, a g...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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THE SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

TlHE SECOND DAY. opens with a MAIDEN STAKES, which is run over a inile anda quarter, and as it has £200 added, tle twenty-eight engaged have a fair prize to rtrive for, lbnt as Coryrhus is in the list, it will take a fair horse to win it. TirC SIREs' PRODUCE STAKES follows, .and here all the crack twu-year obls will "meet over three q,,riei? of a mile, and as winners of "classic'raees have a 101b penalty, one who has nbt-yet earnt a ?inning bracket may get horne,. ind here,?sto; 5Mr. White has several that lhave not.ydt run engaged. 'THE HURDLE lrACER has mot'ans large a ifiell as usual,oainly eighteen heing enterel,'but Bland tlutitaoin is in.it, aund there areattIntin it who have as yet shown their merits only on the flat, Wyvis, Sir Williamn, alnd Chlorid biring among these. And after ts THE AUSTAItLAtI CUP. Carbine, withl:9t 131b, eannot .ho.ept -out of a pline after his performance in the M[elbourne Cup, and I think will.turn the tables on Bravo,'9dt i5b, but Melns at 9ut 21hil...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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A DIGGER'S DIARY. (OF THE EARLY DAYS). [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

A DIGGER'S DIARY. September 7th.-So, here we are t last, in sight of Australi. That faint, grey some thing, seen. through the worst of tweitter, we are told is Cape Otway. What a teng we have had ,of it these last three weeks. It is all over with my diary, as indeed it h: -"very nearly been all over with everything else, in the tRodneyrig, even since we passed' the little black rocky islands of St. Paul's, and Amsterdam. The condition of our cabin--our berths 'tween decks, no tongue can tell. ,All washed out, and everything left not. high and dry-but moist, rotten, strewni about, and turned- to rngs and slush. One day we had a hurricane that never ceased for a moment, so that when it grew datrk We all fairly tunried into our berths to .avoid being inocked-tind battered to pieces against the ship and each other, and there we tall lay wide awake, listening to the various effects such as roars, howls, hisses, gushes, rumbles and falls, and sudden shocks with the steady, monotonous dron...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Sale Races. FIRST DAY'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

Sale latces . FIIRST D.) t lS MEETING. - The innual races in confueton with the above club came off onl Tuesday and Weducs day last with the fullowingresults : HANDICAP' IIURDLE RACE. A.handicapsweep of £ 10s. each for starters, with £30 added. Se~iddhorse to receive £O out of the stake]:.AliAbo two miles. lfessrs J. and it. Lecky's-'r g Rly, aged, (T. Williams15) . . . . 1 Mr. C. O. Glnstfnlr's h g Reckless (late ltakehon), tgel, 9.t 12Ibs (Croker) ... 2 Messrs. J. and It. Lerky's hr g Burdekin. otged. lust 9lbs (E. Williams) .. ... 'Other startes.: Watlba, 9Ot (?'llinmson; Romance,'lOst 12lbs (Maxwell) : tlllsn. lest Albs (Burnett); Dorinda, Dst l....~ (i.lay). Betting. -2 to I agst Roy. 8 to 1 Robin, 5 to I Dorinda and Walba. MAIDEN PLATE. A sweepstake of £1 eachl for starters, withl £23 added. For horses that have never wonm.n:.Rvorfised prize. Weight for age. One mile and a quarter. Hon. G. Davis' g ih' Snow King. 4 yrs. by Suwarruw--lRoyal Heart, 93t, (sdlil to ) . ... Sir. f....

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HE WANTED A SQUARE MEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

N: WANTED A IQUAE MEAL. Husband (finding a package of cheap tobacco in his Ohristmas budget-'Where's the corn beef, dear?' ' i--' Corn beef What do you mean ?' - - j , Husband (in an injured tone)-' Why. yoe kn6w I always want corn beef with my bli~age. • .- " .., a ",

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RECIPES. NICE PLUM CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

RECIPES. N 'ICE PLU CAKE, One pound of floor, lluarter of a pound of butter, quarter of a pound of sugar,: quarter of ita ound of currants three eggs, bal a pinto of milk, and a t lall teaspoonful of carbonate of oda. The above tois excellent. The cakes 'are often "baked in a common earthen .fomr.jpot samcer, which is a very good plan. GINGER BEER. Tlhe following recipe for making a very superior ginger-beer is taken from the celebrated treatise of Dr. Pereira, on diet. The honey gives it a peculiar softness, and from not being fermented with yeast, it Is less violent in Its action when opened, but requires to be kept a longer thime than toual before use. White sugar, fire pounds; leanon-jilice, one quarter of a pint; honey, one quarter of a pound ; ginger, bruised, fire ounces; water, four gallons and a half. Boll the ginger in three quarts of wrater for half anl hour, then add the sugar, lemon. Juice, and honey, with the rematinderof tie water, and strdin through a cloth ; wheno c...

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SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

SUSDAY RERVIC7S. crtuncn OP ENOTA\D.-Dfvlnd .ervi rall lIf Alondol Bird.ge, 3; Slrul 7ju. . PREO3YTOORtIA' C1IUflC..- -fiviaservice will he held nn uannlh, nF follows:-Slurwerll, it and 7; Yhtor,3 an It I. rsy ])rtnleld, 11 uUtn.. Or.Finer 1VP.SLEYA\ Cf UltOIr.--Mvlne Perrie will be held next MtundIny fwIflows:-So;;th VI'unr, II n.tn.; 'Sortl h IVT zet flY.3 Iandnroall. 7 pan. Mr. SALTATION AbnIY.-Itrcry Friday, open air

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Poetry. LIFE AND DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

- "^ a-- .mml mml_ Poet .. . ;rj! ZI 'LFE AND DEATH. S"Whiat.i Life, Father:" ' i' .A Iattle, my child hre.t st.lacc inmy fail, * ,W\i.crcithcai'it teyes anny le beguiled, Andithe'stoutnstlheart m.ay quail . Where the foes are gathered on every hand Ahd rest not day nor night, ifAi? the feeble little ones must taond 11 i, heth ikeat of the fight. ":hant is Death, father ?" S" '" : ' ." The rest, iy child, When the strife and the toil are o'er, "And the angel of God, wbo, cai n-d m'ild, ' 's wenel light ino more ' . 'Whio driveti n'y.t he dentoionI ' 'l S ida thle din of the battle ce.' ' :. S , takesltheubalnner snd lfra ouaro t r o f;ral. .5 ' iiilngbaild,-. . ; , And proclnin nan cleern il Peace." . SLet iame (lie, atther 1 I trembl. I fear II: I-'.' d inl that terrible strife",. . ! "'*LiThecro musn t hu iwon for Heaeii dLr; r ' 'rrithe iatle-fld of life' My child, though thy foes are strong andi tried,' " Hc IloTI t the weak anid the pall ; i , The Angelsbof Icaven aore oni thy....

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Best Managed Farms. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

Messrs. It. Dodd, T. K. Dow and A. tM'\anghton, who were appointed by the Minister of Agriculture to award the prizes offered for the best, managed farms in the aouthern and northern diviinous of the colony, have sent in their report to the Seeretary of Agriculture. It is recommended that in the southern dlirison the first prize should he divided between Mr. W. Andermon,, of tlosemnoit and Korlnit. and Mr. X. Wenl tors, of )Devon Park, Coghill's Crek. Thhe second prize wasawarded to Mr. It Skilbeek, of Yangery Grange, Klroitl. dMr. II. (;ordon, of Mliddle Creek, is highly e nmmenled for his drillingl' and ht inog of crenals. clean crop,. rape, cultivation. artifihin a?nt ores a l systeml of eultivantitn powr Inud The tirst prize in the notrthern divisioln has been awarded to Mr. M. r. Kavauanh. of Lake KIrit, Mooroopnn, and the second rixe to Mr. A. ].ane. of lmurrahit. The judges higihly con netdl .Ir. .. W. Gould for his system of etI tivatilng malice Iawl. anI it. I It. IEly for ...

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Morwell Agricultural Society. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

Morwell A.gricultural Soeicty. -0 SATURnDAY, FEnRnuAnv 22, 1890. A meetipe of the abore society was held at Ilturdclehs liotel on Saturday last, when there were present :--G. CG. Auclterlnnie (in the chair), and Mesers. M'Nahh, tIlsvlett, Little, P. Shlaw, Natlenbneche. graser, 3?cDonald, iurdoch, Franels, , Depplller, and treasurer and secretary. The sob-committee appointed at last meeting to convase, brought up their report, which was recelved. Further prizes and donations were handed in. making the very handsome addition to the prize money of £110. Considerable time was then taken up in preparing the prize liut for the prinltr, and it was resolved that Messrs. liowlettl, ind anlld Mllnloch net as n sub-comnmittee to revise the printer's proof as oon ast possibl. It wvns also resolved-" That the show grounds committee he tllthorised to have the necessnry repairs done to show ground." Tihe meeting then closed. [Tile prize list is now pblislhed and copies can Ibe hid at this office....

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Cultivation of Raisins and Currants. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

Ciltiviitioil 'of .tiisills ntil Ciirrnluts. We have been asked by the Secretary of Agriculture to piblii I; tlhe following urticle, und to state that it is the first of 1i series of papers which Ilre being prepared b specialists Ipon speciall Iproducts. DIItECUTIONS :"-y t PLANTING The following directions are intended to assist tiose who intend to plant vines for the purpose of producing mrins andi currants. In ide course will follow in structions regnurding thte ftcr treatlment of the vineyards und thle processes of pre paring the fruit for mlarket-bllut the Ipr Ipos of 'the present directions is to guide thI planter in his first stops towards enter ing.'tpon a new industry. SuIT-ABLE LOCALITIES.. A very large area of the colony of Vir to in is well suited for the growth of raisii und-currant vines, and in deciding its to tle fitvollrableness of any loculity fo:. their successful cultivation, i safe guide is tile degree if perfeclion utlaitned 'by tabll grapes wheeru tb.oe grapes...

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Discontented Ratepayers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

Discontented Iatepayers. The Cornmmissioner of Public Works on Wednesday, received a petition, snpprtedl by a strong deputation. which nsked that the territory in which they resided should he severed from the shire of Alborton and annexed to that of Woorayl. No objection twas made by the former to the proposed defection, cit the Woonrayl Shire connecil objected to the annexation on the ground that they would he ontvoted. In answer to this the petitioners stated that they wished to be annexed as a separateoi riding, which would be represented Iby three colncillors. The shire colncil of Wonryal at present consisted of six councillors, so that the Ialance of voting power would remain in their hands. This appeared to remove all fears and doubts on the part of the Woorayl shire council. In reply to a quiestion put by the Commissioner of Public Works. who wyishl to know the reasons whyc the petitioners desired separn tion, they staled that they resided O0 miles from the seat of the local ...

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THE CHAMPION DAY [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

THE CIIAIMPION DAY lIas THE SECOND i.UlRDLE RACE. as an opening event; but here again [ harve no weights to guide me, but if Bine Mountain starts he'll win. THIE NUIeERY-RANDICttCAP has thirty-eight yet to belhndicapped. ITHE AUTUMtN ItANDICAP. has twenty-six very good ,nL.lin it; anti then T?lE CHAMPION RACE. And here all the cracks meet; but I think; the struggle will lie tetweCIs Mr. White and' Mr. 1'Walla:e, and I place my old mate Carbine .. ... .. . 1 l)renldnought g . ... ... 2 Abereorn. ... ..... 3 THE SPECIAL JuVsEtIL STAKIE many end with Titan oreRudtlph ... Forty Winks ... . .. 2 Milton ... .. ....... 8 THE FRIEE IIANDotcP. has yet to be.made, and has eighty.four in it.

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THE CUP DAY [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

THE 001' DAY starts witb TRE 'MATDE¶'PLATE. -Should 'result thter .. ... 'Copenhagen 2 Coeythus . For Timm SingS' PROflUOF STARES I place them Tlitan 1 T'hle Admiral ......... 2 3Ingic Cirole ... B TuuR HUlUDrLE 1ACr. may result thin Sir William Th q .. .... ... -2 SuhIIF.s ' ... .. ... ... 3 Amd then com.s Tul At UTtLANIA. CUP. Here Boz, Ureadnoueht, $umgporn, Rtichelieu Chintz, Jubusite, Maggie, Fernando. and Swing seem best in and with a sart, and all wed, I should place them Maggi .. ... ... I Chintz . 1 The weights ain't out yet for Tilt: JUsNtoR IA.nDICAP, SO I can't pickan winner out of the fifty-five iu it. TIlE BouRKE IHANDICAP. is worse, as here Mr. Barnard hn u yet to fix up the weight .for scventy-nie ,of our best over six furlongls.

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Agricultural Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

Agricultural Letter. The advent of. the wheat season is marked by the usual complaints +as to the scarcity of rollingstock on Victorian railways. Dissatisfaction is also as wide spread as is customary at this time of the.year. -It might be added that the railway commissioners are as far off doing anything as tlieyalwavs are during its" block" season only this would not be quite correct. Mr. Speight actually went the length of informing a deputa tion which waited on him concerning the neglect, that the department were "doing all they could .to minimise the inconvenience." ", Minimise " does sound consoling certainly bhut so far as the ex perience of the wheat people have any thing to do with it, the minimising effects of the department are not of much practical utlity. In all the wheat centres 'hundreds of thousands of bushels ire reported to be lying everywhere awaiting transit to the shipboard. So far 500,000 bags have been " moved " by the department, and they are'now carrying whe...

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The Caledonian Sports. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHIC] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SALE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

Tile cialetlniiiI Slports, [lY, ELcOTItIC TELEGRAIPH] (FitooM 00o OWN - otiinisronF.T.) SALE, TvussAur. The nnnunal gathering of the Oipplansd Caledontan Society took place to-day. A grand procession, led by the tighlanders., with their bagpipes. marched to tihe groun??s this morning.:r I he attendance was very fair, the weather beautiful, anod the running ex. ceitionllyggotd. The tolloinjg are the resolts : SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 130 YARDS. FIRST ROUND First Heat W. Guthridge, 12 yds ... I W. Barker, 17 yds ... ... 2 Second Heat. J. Ivell, 1 yds ... ... I G, Wynd, lit yds . ... 2. Tnird hleat. J. Mathieson, 1ii yds ... I J. Orr, 15 yds ... 2 Fourth Heat. W. P. Brennan, 17 yds ... 1 .A. Wynd, 18 yds H.. ... 2 Fifth Heat. ,J. White, 17 yds ... ... 1 ; II. McFarlace. 15 yds ... 2 Sixth Hleat. "J. O'Connor, 20 yds ... 1 L. Miller, 13 yds ... 2 Seventh Heat. C. Foster, 14 yds, .. ...1 E. Williams,16yds.. . 2 Only'two-started it liffs heat.. MAIDEN R1ACE 220YDS. '1. Davidson ... ... 1 It. M...

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Accident at the Drouin Show. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

,'Accilerait 't .the 'Dronin Show. Just after thi Drouin show a most peculiar iaccidenthappenccl to ,two men, Georgo :Stewart, who umsiin 'the temporary cmploy *of Mr. W. HI. Morton attending to his entire thorse.Ettriek during-the show,.wasoleading 'that anininal back to Mr.'Morton's place. 'When a'ehoft distance out ;ho got tito a tbullodk. raytbbconging to'Mr.' CO.''Skinocr, 'with whom he wooas. permanently employed. .Another young "marn'was?in the dray and 'when the Attention 6f his leanler was momen 'tatily withdrawn the nimaloseized the man tby the nrm and pulled him out df the 'dray. Stuart immediately went to the rescue and 'bhforoeho could assist the 'other man the " vibious brute seized him by the left arm and inflicted a' terrible wound'into the'veryentre! of.thiboneo . 'The other young fillot's aorm' wi severcely lareerated and one of his fingers 'broken. 'Dr. Bernny's services were 'called ?for and he pronounced Stunar's wound most 'serious and recommended his removal t...

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Public Meeting at Moe. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 February 1890

Public lcetlng at Une. Pursuant to advertisement, between B0 and 40 .persons assembled in the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday evening, 'the 19th inst., to recommend certain persons for appoiltment to the position of Justice of the Peace. Mr. Bell was voted to the chair and Ms. II. Leggo 'was appointed secretary. The Chairman expiained'the object of the meeting, and invited anyone :present to move'In the trttter. Mr. A. Davey' uoved that [r. Hamp ton be recommeneilc for appointmedt. Mr. Jardine seconded the motion. In answer to 'Mr. Whlitelalv he Chairman stated any resident was at liberty to address tbe meeting. Mr. Latter thought Moe was entitleb to two honorary magistrates, for, if only one were appointed, it might be .just as inconvenient at times through that one •being away. Then, as now, those having business would hare to journey to Mor 'well and other places to transact it. He -fully endorsed the proposition made, and 'thought Mr. Hlampton would 'discharge 'thle duties of the o...

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