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THE SPRING SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888
TilE SPIII[NG SIn w " Mr. Slih mo?ed, antd Mr. Widtis c seconndll, That a s bh.etnmilton, consist-. g ing of the Pm'eilent, and .Mes?rs. Walker, n Whittakers, Chapimn in I Lotsn?n:. he £ appointed to draw up the prize list for in the forthemlning shnow in Nr'tvembhor- st arried. ti it was alto ducii, d that the follm'iný tl S.itlirlay nfternnoon sholnh hir devoted p to canvassing theu town .for slpciald prizes. t1 \Mr. WVhittakers movel, ain Mr.'W\iddli tf seconded, That tMr. Jas. Coamipetll's two t orders for £2100 each hb passsd flr lpa- i nent in connection with tilt Mxhihitinnm t 1Iall, andI that a furthur sun i?f £f sinol.d i ho passed for paymlent to thei secretary for I potty cash. Carried ti]fore thi mteoting cloned, thiu l'tshident said that noas it had been arranged to elnvrssO tihe town ior special prizra sWhtrtl. he . hitpdi thsu mnutmbutrs of cnmtitti" who lived outside woutlt do all thinu\ .thl tio furtihur the iiteirests of the Suciuty in this direction.
"Brotherly Love." [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888
" Irotherly Love." After liany monthls of tedious lahonr Mr. JoIhn Ronalis has added to thie world's literature the following beautiful pouin. In this prosaic, practical age, whon we have nllowed that love of the beantifnl which in colculated to refiln our better nature to bI swept oiaway liko a s:nd barrier before ricing tide, it is refreshing to listen to the n:ture-loving bard hbursting Forth with his 'song of lihorty. For a nonient the great throhling .pilse of practicability vibrates to thei chord of Trth, thliat c sweetest of theological laws BTIIOIrtlIto.Y LovE: Again all persons who are employed, Let us take each article by itself, And see heiw tIuch h hasi to s?y. Then put the questions skill and known!ege Which are rorlired for all plans of work Such as is dlone by strikes ore quite right, Orly strike right, strike to sonin purpose, Bnut not for tfight. Strike for your honer, right of mannhood, For honour and famhe, Strike right and left till you win a good n,,nte. Strike ...
Traralgon Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888
'I'lrraFlltonl Agricltur-al Society, On Monday afternoon a very largolo attended meeting of the Traralcon Agricultural Society was held at Mitchell's lHotel. when there were present the President (Mr. D. Campbell) in the chair, and Messrs. C. Clhapmnn, John Fanner, A. H. Lonsala. D. Miller, W. O'Meara, Tlhonmas Pratt, A. H. Reed, Ge,. Sligh, A. Walker, E. S. Whittakurs, C. Widdlis and R. Ynnoung. A letter was received frolq the Depart ma nt of Agricnlturo. stating that Mr. Thos. Dean, of Callignee. had been appointed to attend thu Exlhilition Dairy Class on 2nd October. A letter was received fromn Messrs. Young, Lascelles, Austin and Co., enclos ing cheque for£2 2a as a donation towardsn the show; and a similar cnmmnnnication was receivrd from t la?lsre. .el.,nd. and Booth, enrlnsing £5 5s, and fretom Mr. lRichard Gibbs, enclosing £2 2+.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888
Msr"lage, Lawrenson & L.idian Marriage, Lawrenson, AND Laidlaw, CAT.TLTE SALES3?EN, STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL. AND GENEIIAL COM1MISSION AGENTS, VALUERS. R c LIST of Perislicnl Steek Sr. : Tornell O alternate Mondayn., Toongnbble.-On lnast' W.lhtsdns t ersch month. tilengnrry.-On second Thursday ench month. '3irboo.-On 'secnnd Wednesday each month, Nnrmrean.-On first W?lednsdn ench month. Yinnar.-On third Thunsdi?y eachr ionth. Trmfnlgar.-Qnartterly, per advertisement. IlonsE SALtE, Traralgon, Inst Thursday each month. 1'nooDUC SAt., Trnralgm, e-cry Satn'ier.v, 2 " p.m. . Oices.: ramrnlgonandnl Morwel'.. Auctionters: J. D. IlntLAV and R1 L. LAWRESSON. PIRELIMINARY NOTICE. ... : LOY YANG. TIIUItSDAY, OCTOBERIt 4, ISS. .MARIRIAGE, LAWI1ENSON, AND 1V1 LAIDLAW and CampbelllBros. (late Campbell, 1Imtt & Co.) In conjunction are fnvourel with instructions fronm W. Chalp umnn. Esq., who hans sold his estate, to sell on above datlic All liis Live Stock, Implements, fur. niture,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888
S Buiness Addseaoes. NE\V BAKERY. RESTAURANT ANt' GENERAL STORE. Mrs. R. O'Flaherty D)esires to make known to the, public of ?31rwell and Surrounding district, that lshe has- engaged the services of a first class Baker, and she is now ireitared to supply Bread of the Best Quality, at reasonable rates, BREAD (41h Loaf) at . ... 5d Eirst-class flour (tine roller) 22s. Cd. per Lubag. Good Seed Potatoes. Prime corned ed. Families waited on for orders J. O'Grady & Co. HOTEL AND MONEY BROKERIS, Modny to Lend on Leahehold and Freehold . O UR. MR. PEAILSON having a tho rough knowledge of thu old-and new Land Act, clients can depend on hav ing their business done with prouttness and dispatch. A. PEARSON, MANAGER. N.B.--Members of the Victorian Victual ers Brokers' Association. B. i. DEVERI, Housepainter, Paperhanger, Sig'nwriter, Grainer,. & • Orders Prolmptly attendhtil to. Workmanship and Mafterials Guaran teed. Address-PosT OrrFICE, MoawR\ L.. Mrs. WILSON, COMMIERCIAL ROAD...
Narracan Shire Council. FRIDAY, SEPT. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888
tartacuat Shire Coiitcll. --o0 FAiuAY, SErr. 14. The usual monthly meeting of the above cannol was held at thebs Shire Hall. Moo, yesterday, wlhen there were present Cr. Ilasthope (president),.. Pope, Cnlelnan, Geoadll, Itapton, Powell, P.obertson, Howlett, and Stanton. " Connort'.ocscE. , From Victorian Railways ,.re, level crowsing between YTr.ignn andll Tnfalar at Sinnly Creek ; llcuiiSl-l. From niaeu , re soano. notifyinga?.cnoeil that the request will be .complied with; Received. -Front Chief Socretnrs Office, relative tn a polling place hb?in appointed at "Ilalton, tlattthe application htd .been. re coiveod too late to permit of any` action boinig taken for thl oatling election; received; Fromei rlunicipal Asonintion of Victoria, llotifyilg tllhat thle noet mlleeting ofe e Melhoeree grosip woll ie' hold on 52711 iest; received; Cr. Iolilnson to attend. Froii plnm tflice of fLalt?o io SerSur;y, re real from Iltoell'to Creek to hill En;d, notifying that it Ieul been decided to I...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 September 1888
Topics of the Week. --o- eRIDGE OVER li AIbWAY.-.Among?t the Government advertisements in another column it will be seen that tenders are callled for the election of the long promised bridge I over the line at the west end. FoorTnALL.-The 3torwell footballers on I Saturday Inst journeyed to Walhalla, and although in the feootball held our fellows wore done bad, at the supper "our boys " simply run rings round the home team. QUADnRLLE AssEIMcLY.-Notwithlstand. ing tie enpropitiols state of the weather on 1 Thurselay evening the Morwell Quadlrille ] Assembly wan juslt r. well attended oas here tofore, cod all seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves. FAXOY DREss IALL.-On Fridroy next a plain and fancy drees ball vill he held under the atspiees of the 3iorvell Bmrass land Association. From what we can learn the aflfir will prove a grand success, and our veclicr is the baurd clesrvou it. SPronts.-A meetingrf the football cilrb wnas held at. the Cricketen, Arms Hotel for the purposerdlsness...
NEW CRANE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
Nett Cii S'I.- Wi' nbi'.rrori thant the erectioln if the iiiiw crooii t. tie 'uiirw.:it Ititiwoy htotion iv ii'el i'. ii will hIe f(IIIII'ill,. *lit siii It'ii &Li:titig caprcity beiiig 7 " iiii :' 11oit H : .:lenAD D.-They- .' annenl~ri nisi 1'hei \trtirunut nmtiy'h~irri~u utf tieýFrnunldISR loxade oto %ielil" ottl; pu'1liedto ciih11 Wt ihi, nthcltittt ret otiortld a hareo on: In' niE'io g tRu onlyi thit iihuuiui tiinriuld to fwrt. it.; 0t i Mir. .. ItIotouallthalt it. on totteiti withi n \rlit. ienu"ii of itt' i ,,, I tlr iir,1iit. otutlt Mr. hirluohoe to ol. liinow'ustailiioii Miinrry I'owrwr iun ur wee n, ·I l t- G prize i. bipt. "'ý tr~noenr· l hurl., 11r 11 \t azAie--1:ar.·.1J rlnlce t tý.}:inIi hom tll l ll r. 1 Itn, t~lhhlirilq prtut' Sof pllnmbo o: tgivoi ti Mr J. klnirw hoilden.. It hii. r:'io-id tfiw' . .ito ir".. Olnlrov
Narracan. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
lrrlitcuill. (ll- oUR OWN REtPORTER.) A. mleeting of the Niarracanll FarnIers' Protection Society, was held in the MAechanic's Institute otI Tulrsdav thie 13th. Mr. G. G. Ateblerlonie (President) in the chlair. The Secretary and Delegate to the General Coonftranc~in Melbourne presented his report of the proceedings of thei Confr. once, sRlllnllntrsinmng the Imain features of the policy agreed to by it. After reading tilh report, ih rIot:mrked iat. sImI lenmgtll on tihe decidedlly hostile tone lorvading the criticislmns on thi .lletropolian l'reis, uitc cially with reference to the disonrdrly conduct, so callidi, of sunm of the nmembenrs, and asserted that the lroceedings of the Conference c omlpaired mInot favrotlrnbly with the conlduct of onme of our legislators in Parliament assemble. This assertion was received withl very t.ken of satisfac tion by the meeuting, and is dosc t notrcluire a great amount cf credulity to beliuve it. It is not, however, a couvincing iroof that thei Con...
Electoral Reform Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
lectonral IReforii1 Bill. (From a Correspondent.) That a new cdistribution of electoral power is in clnttnon justice absolutely necessary in thie. interests of laniy districts now greatly under-represented seenms to find general favor in the Hlouse, the gentleinen found most in opposition being'tlhose whose seats are placed in jegp9trdy shounl the bill Iecome law. 'the primordial senti tnent in lumat is Self-a failing which studded tie ntterances of Messrs. Munro and O'Loughlent on Tuesday evening last in theo Housei of Assembly. What care they that- the colony be unevenly represented, provided they are still privileged to darken the portals of Parliament House by their august presentc. The present electoral district of South Gippsland returns but one member to represent a population of 21,441, Siattered over a country whose facilities for travelling are to say the least awkward. In no other instance Ihas otnelmetber so many to serve. It is proposed noic to divide this into two elec...
Bread. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
?eatl. ?atuiy persons who have tried what, oven now, mlany bakers call "whole-mrlnell" lav been,. like aLonugllhoroghb. cominpdl?ed after a few dn~a to abalndon thd attempt, andl. hnae, diaosnte'd with "'pigs' food," retirndd to the ie of whi l bread. Perfedt broad iinniot he nlhtlint d bhv n mixture of br:ll ant white hlnr-inor nwith ia mIixture ofl pllard, middlings, &c., with the llomlr--lult ltist tle obllilnied by grind i, h l whohl ier with seialtly-eunt lnllet orl , nll millso. Whi lllle-m l l I.iii + ile colinnlllled andl the lbran cit into : niaill artihles.-iant Ilolens-will net t+i un1 us':i"itwt ~ nat ion nan :te tn ! .n I but will have a Ieneicialeffect n.utllwho try it: and, when madi fro, clanm. white English wheat, has i' very nice npeinrance on the table. beintg i-ar; whllite. To tllo;e, however, whoi ldo not feel dipnrd, it to adlapt the lise of ithle-.-eal. tith, n, x.t I ldst iE. l.rhiap~p, thalt rUctllllterl: !el Ir" "Loohll ? loroingh," thf nts h it -n ...
Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
Butter. --c Butter mayv be Zsalted in the churn. Draw oEf the hIltturmlilk. add the silt, and dash the bItter in tile clhurn gain. This is easily accomplished with the tectangular churns. Salting the butler properly can only oe done by practice, hocever. Some thingldepends on tihe season, and the tiarkut to which it is to be consigned--Tho host recipe for renoi~ting rancid bnitor is " consign it to the giease pot." It isgood for waggon axles. etc., and not much else. Wholn butter is gatn!rell in thelchurn in granular form it is neveor oveurlehrned. Poundinr it aflter it is in a lump or largo mass is whatover-churns it. 'lhi general aspect of thodlairy animsal is thinner olsarlpr and more angular than the feeding aniu.al. Wlhen the milk foatsus and froths in the churn, tli prolbahility is that" the 'tenmpor aturo is not correct.- H[ence iso a thor uaoiteter._ whecdi' clnrning. If you are trouble.t with ihilte Specks in Isutter, stir the creasm every morning befoire it is chulrned, an...
MERRY FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
MERRY FARM.IElR. MIr. F. Fcclher's Merry Fartnecr is by Merry Ilob (imp.), danm Kat Kat. by Irince of HWales. lie has been a price taker at Charlton, Ioort, and Buln Buln. It would be dtfilicult to imagie It nlcur noimal than this purebrehd Clvdcsdane stallion. li is n betnti?ll dapple 'grev, stantding 16i hanrds, with godl hltt bottl nllld plenty of hlair. Tot those who wish to pri)cure active strong workers our advice is-" Try him."
LANDSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
LANDSBOltOUGa. Landsborough, by Landsborough, by Premier, from Sargossa, formerly owned by Mr. D. Giraham, of Ferolea. Is this searsn the property of ,Mr. C. F. Bates, and will travel Narracan, Iorwell. and Buolarra. Ile s1 a beautiful brown, standing 17 hands. Such a reputation as the old favorite has established for himself in getting fine up. stnlding carriage horses and Indian re mounts needs no supplementingon our part. It is a well-known fact that horse-dealero will always "go one better" at a sale if anyone whispers-" It's a Landsborough."
Thorpdale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
(liB o0R OWN IREPURErIn.) The subject lup for discussion on Saturday the IIth inst. at Thorpdale M.I.A." Self culture," on which a most interesting paper was read by Mr. Powell, of Narracat, nml though some of his views appeared to elashl withl the previous conception of the members, his ideas were in the main concurred inl by the speakers. The paper evoked a large amoaut of animated discussion, and a very enjoyable evening wasu spent. It was an nounced that the piece de resistance for niext niighit wonld bie a paper by the Seerotary ([tr. Nicltas) entitled 'e A Glatce Iack:." The paper is to ben review of some portions of V'ictorian History, treating of the manners and men of tle early days, and instituting a comparison between them and thiase of tie present iay. After the diebant a meeiting wans held at which it wsns determined to take steps to obtain a daily mail to Thorpdale. It was also resolved tot apply for a money.order office ttle want of whIich is felt to he a great inconv...
A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
A Voice froola the Street. [BY PEnoRGRtl PIRCKtt.] Coal, coal, everywlhero and always coal. We think of coal, we talk of coal. I verily believe we dream of coal. I Id anywar-il visiotaso the night I ramble through coal mines, piore the itno.st recesses of Cole's Book Arcnde; see what seems to be a seam outeroppinlg in the little front gar ten, and wake up to findl some onesioglhg " Old King Cole." Those who say that Gippsland coal is no good for gits-producing plurposes, lieo--undr a rmistake. Nothllg hot seams. and rumonrs of seams. I issue from my hutmble residence, aRnd oa at once confronted by some entlhuiastic individual who button hlols tmo, baock me tgainst a verandah post, fixes me with his .ye, like another Anaoolt Marinlr, and straigtway pnrceeds to poour into the capacious recesses of my ear a long account of a valunblle seam he has just die. covered in his baekynidt, while engaged in prospecting for a lost, stolen or strayed wood taro, with which hle intended to chlop a ...
Farming : It's Results. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
Farming?: It's Iesults. The remarks maile hby Cr. GrCrh at ltin last meeting of tile Nihrtmacn Shire Coon 'oil inn t creato a i follilng of alarm in tlh" minds of the new settlers. Cr. i(;ch is i prctiold, etinrStic farmneri. an pio-b--e mnrkedu intuili.cenre. When lie snil tint in tih region of Tlhorplate ot of forty fire seledto.-s tlirty lh.ul sold out lhe.ra.s tley couilil not omlitik their selections keep thell. alnd out of tle fiftoioe ionaihliii unlin tlhreo had s1ccoe1ledd in workini nt a plroit. sovurnll of tile cunrillors wnro - n a astonishe-l os~Pect. Cr. Gn'-h-. however, I lttered tle troth, ioweV\rr centi.r t tlo t v connVictions 1 and lnpalatihbe to tohe ta-te c ltihe ilain iungarnliishl tat lu llne may hlv bee to thoso wlho rejoice in painting tih "select.ion ianlii", illn lowhiT ln lins : and is it to b' wondelured lit? Iln South Gipps hlnd, lsutting up ih 1t selection over ten 1 miles froti it raihviay line tiiLiian no;hiih I cli tianm a volutairyl priol- ol itinar...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
, Topics of the ,Week. ,NEw l~ N adVsTRY,.-1 lIcrn ion goodl n tliioity, that a nuw saw-mill is likely to be established at.BIoolarra very shortly. Ass?rnInLY.--IL is stifed by adverlise mentelsewhere that the next meeting of the Morwell Assembly has been postponed. PosTAL Anln.tnorasmiT.-It has been announced by the Postal nuthorities that the Chihilersnails will li-l:futre be carried to and from Thorpdale instead of Yarragou as hitherto. CoMING.3ME-.-It is aut open secret thl.t should the Redistribution of Seats Hill pass throaghtall its stagee, Mr. Jolhn English will bticome acandidate for liaamentarys honors for the Alberton District. There is every reasont to sitppo0e that, exeeptini a severe castigationl in committee, the bill will pass. Cr.EAINGi- SALE.-We would direct special attention to a clearing'.sale alurvertied elre wherd to be held at Loy Yong on Thursday next by, Meisrs. Marrine, Lanwrenson, and Lnidlaw; and can honestly recommend those in earch of horses, cattle, or...