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Plain and Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
1P1311 --nd FI iill" I 1"(?,? I1l]. A plain and funcy dress hall was hohl last night, in aid of th .Mechalnics, under the auspliceus of Il l Morw"ell BrIass Band Assotioeliin. As w Is expected the affair proved It great sllcess, gunodly nullllir of llladies nd glltlelueen being preseolt, nind the dlisplp of costlmes? mot iltrar: tive. Thei rolm presented aI vry gay up lxlarlnce, decorLted with fern-frnn lage anlt hllntin. Thu ecaterers pro~'ided a mllst lillberal supplly of g-,[ things. E: cellent linsic wa ndisconlrsdl b the ban I. land, in sohort, there wits everything nceo?esary to glolen the liherts of ball goers. We give somenot thile ost striking costumnes-- 3iss Vary and Miss Donaldson canused many to think there wall truth in tllh song wriicllh leclares tlht " there's none like Nancy Lee." Miss GOal, as " mllnp," Miss Cunrulod, as t" The Daulghter of the RIegiment," and Miss llobinson, as a " rivandioere," were most tastefnlly at tired. Among the cotlllles of the gon tleunen...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
IItALLAAI T IAlI'E STOCK MIARLET. M'csr.s. ?Young, Lncelles. Alstin. and Co. report for nmarket of Tuesdayl , 25th September 1888 t-Cnttle.--?S3. including 70 stores, bnl ance ucnrly all prime beef. Prices fell ahout 10s from last week's very high rates. lIest bullocks, very prime 'and heavy, made £14 10s ; best cows. £7 Is lidS Averages.-C. C. Finlay, Terang, 17 station-bred bullocks. £13 17s 4lt.; C. O. Fiimlar, Terang, 3 stre but.l locks. £10 is 101 ; Ilack Ilros.. 'eruang 20 station-.bred bullecks, £lt is ; Bll-ek tlros., Terang, 40 store bulloeks,[,ll i;l.; J. Carey, ndllit, I21 Itlaloks, Id1O 7s 5 il W. Irlebb Ondit, 21 hblloeks. .10 4s 3d. W. Lamth. ,uron. Iti hullockks, L, I thl.; [,odeon. lhrom 1S bullochs, 1,) tn ; A. S. Murray, Casterton, t bullocks, L0 -Is Id ; 1t cows L7 l's. Sheep. -5921 formed to-dayssupyly. 2,000 of whichl were stores, hIlante : nearly al usiefu sheep; `rices receded abhut. ill II head. ltest ,ers&lt;i ired wethers made 2U.:s do. ovw- 128; lm...
Sires of the District. WILDFIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
Sires of tlie District. WI IUFIR'iE. This thoroughbred trotting, stanlion, ilder tihe chbrge r M1r. C'. E. Corney. manager if Mr. .Tamas .\lel) gall' st?ld fLrm, '""Meryla." Morwell, will rtaadl this seawon. Wildire, a beautiful brow,l molt r.isurelly- takes tlhe palm for symmetry. style, amd, splirit with tim flant cleanl bone of a thoroughbred. Ile has the actionl and pace of a trotter, and has been sooeasfiil as a prize-taker at two of the Nati,onal Aeri cultural Slows, Melihourne., As a three year-old hlie was placei? secned, hleatihLe, amingst others, f[r. J. .1. Miller's trotting, horse, Architect (who this year took first as the best colonial-bred trotting stallion). This year Wildfire was shown trotting in harness, and again took second pia.e against a fieid of tlhe best trotting omrses in the coloony.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
R8uines. Addresses. NEW BAKERY, RESTAURANT ANLD GENERAL STORE. Mrs. R. O'Flaherty Desires to make known to the public of Norwell and Surrounding district, that :she has engaged the :services of a first .class Baker, and sishe is now prepared to supply Bread of the Best Quality, at reasonable rates, BREAD (4lb Leaf) at .:. ... 5d Eirst-class flour (fine roller) 22s. Gd. pmr hbg. G?od Seed I'otatoes Prime corned ed. Families waited on for orders J. O'Grady & Co. HIOTELAND MONEY BROKERS, Mony . to Lend on Leasehold and Freehold O UR MIR. PEARSON having a tho rough kunwledge of the old and new Land Act, clients can depend on hav ing their business done with proustness and dispatch. A. PEARSON, MANAGER. N.B.-- tembers of the Victorian Victual ers Broken,' Association. B. I. DEVERIA, Housepainter, Paperhanger, Signwriter, Grainer, & Orders Promptly attended to. Workmanship and Materials Guaran teed. Address-PosT OFFICE, MIoIWELL. Mrs. WTILSON, COMMERCIAL ROAD, 1MORWELL. rl...
PIONEER II. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
PIONEER It. Pioneer II., a l-vyea-old colt. also belomI. ing to Mr. Jal. acddougall. is another grand stamp of the thoroughbred trotting horse. being by one of the best bred stallions ever Imported from America, out of a thorough. bred Panic mnre. leaving nothing to be desired as far as pedigree goes. Pioneer I., tlough only 31 years old, is nlready over lii hanlds, with woderful bone anl srabtance. ite is the beau ideal of a carriage horse, weight carrying hunter, hackncy. or Indian remount sire. 3[r 3aecdougall, in bringing ouch horses into the district, hals conferred a boon upon the inhabitants that we are sure they will not fail to recognise, as they are the right sort of sires for getting useful saleable horses. Anyone looking at Wildfire or Pioneer II. can see that they are fill of ga te blood to the tips of their cars.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
I .-BUSINESS DIR RECTORY .Advertisemeni a tnder "this head will be 'isrteecd for 2s. 6d. per quarter. Dt IONALDSON; Merchant. The oldest, a- -:eheapestmand best, Commercial-road, Norwell. C AVANAGOH t & HARRIS, Cheap Cash -..cStore. Dapers,roeer, Ironmongers,. 1c;4 ,Xbomercls±-oad, 3orwefl. -".W.' HOWLETT,: Family Butcher. * Families waited on for orders, Com mercial.road, Morwell. T 3 lceKINNON. Practical Shoemaker, D ' Commercial-road;. Norwell. Repairs neatly done it shortest notice. E WILLIAMS; EBot Manufacturing E ? Company, Commercial.road; Morwell. All sorts of boots always'on hand..: E'KELLEHER;~Club Hotel, Commer. S cial-road;,i'orwell. Best' brands kept. G:ood.. iabling. Commercial.road, Morwel 1-. . .. F r L DAVIDSON, Halrdresser,-Tobacco.. * amist, and Stationer... Agent for all rmagazines and newCsppern. Every novelty ,ecnred .Commerial-rood, Morwoll. HI. HOLMES, Watchmaker, Jeweller .? c.. nlato of Melbourne. Superior 'workmanship guaranteed, Commercial-road, M...
THE Morwell Advertiser SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
:ATUOr DAY', SEPTrEMJIzaE 22, 1888. T?Iic long hoped-for l'irliamcentary Electoral Bill -bids fair to hbecome an accomplished fact very shortly. .Voe have received a copy of thel Blill and give an abstract. of thelclases affecting North and South .Gippsland :n Atl,nr:Tro' (0.sl A?inE.) . The prsenot electorate of South Gippsland' is to hbe divided Into two parts. viz., Alborton and Warrmgul. Alherton will be the eastern division, and will extend from IMoe, on the Glppsland line, south-eastwards to the sea,' from 'Trrnlgoin to Port Albert. Its prin clpal polling places will be Trralgon, Maryvile, Mlorwell, Narmccan. 31oo, Tarrn. ville, Alberton, Mirboo. Woi,elsido. l.lssuet?.a l (ONI ?iMnrn-tt.) " The divisiou of North OpIslminid into three pirts will result in the formation of the electorates of lairtlsdnlc, Coentral' Gippslnsd, atnd Tntnbo. lnllanslnle will exteotl from the divihling rano to the Nihtety.,\ile Ilencsi thu best t lsinlsrant Iart ly3lg bl,'twees thob l'TiotiosIm ' ind...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 September 1888
Marriage, Lawreason & Lsidlaw Marriage, Lawrenson, AND * .Landllw, CATTLE . SALESMEN STOCK, ESTATE, FIN'ANCTAL. AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGEN'S, VALUERS, &c T IST of Periodical Stock Sales: mwlmIn }.On alternate Muondays.' Toon sbhic.-On last Wednesday each month., Glengasrry.-On second Thursday each 3lirboo.-On second. Wednesday each "month, ' - Narmacan.--On first Wednesday each month. Yinnar.--O third Thursday each month. Trafalgar.-Qnartorly, per advertisement. HOus? SALE, Trarnlgun, last Thursday eaei month. l'itODUCESALE, Tragmml on, every Saturday, 2 p.m. Offices : Traralgonand Morwell. Auctioneers: - J. D. LAIDLAw and R. L. LAWnESSos. 2IORWELL, MONDAY, OCT. 1, M ~ARRIAE, LAWIIENSON k LAID. SLAW will sell at their yards 3 Good springers 42 Poddies 12 3-yr.-old steers 17 Heifers, 2 years 30 Nice Heifers, 18 months 2 Storem cows 14 4-yr.-oJd bullocks. good order 15 Pigs, stores and slips EXTENSIVE CLEARING SALE. LOY YANG. THURSDAY,' OCTOBER 4, 1888. M AIRSIAGE, LA...
Revised Time Table DOWN TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
Ilevisetd 'ile 'ITable DOW. 'ITRAINS. Mileage. A.M. P 4 Melbonrne (dep.) .... 7.u - t, or 61 W'arraIgul 10.1.t- ..1h 80 (dep.) .I - 8 ; Sts Mawe . .. 131 7O T7raralgon ... 12.1 1-? .101 v Yan;; 12 7 ' 10u l'lynn's Creek... ... 1.4 I- 1. 114 Ikowedale 127j Sale ... 4... ... 1.13 - 1J.4 (delp) 2.10 - I1.1 14-II Munru (lep.) ... 3.20 - 12. 1503 inedel t .. 4.1 - 12.-16 Slirn?edit ...... .23 -- 2.11. 11 lindnow tt ... .2 . 2.3 2F' ' l .er t . ... ... 6.43 - :1.21 322 Stratfuor ... ... 7.r - a1.2e *t:tj1 ... ... ... T. ,;- S1.21 (lap) .. . - . :901 .losdodle .. .. 8.2 - .1t 61' Pllytin's Creek ..8; 3 6;9 L?ro alig ... ... y.4 a. t.g 7:1 eTraralgeu ... ... 8J 8 " 5.:1 $2 Morwetll .21 .1" 90 ?f le .. .... 9."- i.:,; 109.1 Varragel (eap'rta) '1.23 7.20. (l.op) (| l 1.0 7 , 1701 Melbourne.. 1.4 - 10.3;
Morwell Agricultural Society. TUESDAY OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
--o Tr.sDAr Ocronce 2. A special meeooting of the aboveo society ios hold in the Mechlnic's Institute on Tuesday Octohor 2. ThI president, Mr. Anchterlonie in the chair. The following business was transacted : In connection with the lectulro promisen l 'hv Mr George Davis, M.L.C., Mr. Rinitlot I ltaled that the subject would bo " Agricul tLuro." *Mr. Rintoitl mnoved, Mrl . McInnes 1 seconded that the lecture bo delivered dur ing the day tilme. Mr. fowleltt moved as an amnek?dtent,. that the lecqtro he. delivered during the evening. Seconded by Mr. Coman and carried. Mr. Murdloeh moved, Mr. Itintonll seconded that the secretary noakl .ll necessary nrringamonts with Mr.. Dlavis us to the date of ti?e meoting and the sdver tiiaug of thb'~eato wheoa agreed iluon. Carried, . .,LosT PLAns. 'Jih'i President infortmed lthia eetingl thlalt he halt tsoon Mr; Morgan and had ascertained thlt ihe woull ac:ept the sum of £20 instead of £30 as ,Irigitudly charged, thli Society tel takil the hlugs....
International Temperance Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
Convent tiu. We inttic reive, filr, the sertni.-i. a cony of the pirograipitle of the . .l,,.iru. International T?,'ei rane Coldt"--i i'Li to lie ahli in Melhibnrne htiring thie Itii.?f f Novembetlll r next: The Convelntion bi?giht on 3[,ndayt the 19th Niovember. anl centimnes throughout thi: whhh. of the follkwin wit ek, and will be hItll for to,. purpose of illis:rating the advtne, of liI. ' ITetperlenllce ellit thromlgitflt thif . Austnalian coi coies during tr , i t tan ( ti ry of. their existenctC, and al., r' cn oni bar egStigotnts riiandl propioia. for hil- efrt". ting and settinrg in notion of iichiner. for thli Ip rpos'e: of stitat in.tii the , vi:l" ment of a nitre extndied inttlia .., fo,:- thb mitvenrna . T'hr ohj.icls if the ?',,v..i t . ;i are al the nollei't cfuaterti; r:o n ithll.i by which it pInropts tit ato ti i:.t if,ts sphell re oif Iawhfilness of ri.ibt'nll. ieol.l l ,u'llU alliinlces tby clntribatini l vs:if y i t lheir niiowtledlge of the iprsent state of tiu...
Topics of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
Topics of the WeekS CoAL.-There is on view at this ofico a m'hgrtliccnt specimen of brown coal taken frsm the Mforwell Ceal.Miic, situated on the Latrobe. 'A DANC.?ce-?e menirers of the Yinnar Football Club, faillowing in the footsteps of tihe lazelvood boys nte giving a dance to their friends on Friday, the October 19, next. MOUnxTDi RIil'i.-SThere will, be a four days encannpmeont of. Mounted Rifles at Lasngwarrin next week, the troop going into canp irn Mlonday the 8th inst., ani breaking up on the 12th. BUITER FAcronY.-lt will be observed by advertising columns that a meeting is called for Tuesday next In the Meclanlrs' Institute, Morwell. to consider the advisa bility. of starting a butter factory. ATrLr.TIcs.--Our local peds shdhld ~et irto train as soot as possible, for the fsnnual football sports to .be held on the 9ith November, includes thid year a 48 handicap. TEnrrstrconE.-A ball is to be given by the resldents of ]itzelwood on rThursdav llth Oct., to the Hlazelwood foot...
Childers. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY OF COAL AT CHILDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
Clhilders. .(Bi" oua owx ItI?oariTEi:.) ,IMPORTANT DISCOVERY OF COAL AT CllQIE?ll:S I was this morning shown mlno spoci. Ilens of coal, taken from a' ntewly dis covered seam in t Childers. The coal is of an extremely lustrous appearance andl of i very firn texture. All who lhaie seen it are of opinion that it is the hest sainple of the mineral vet obtained in Gilppland. The exteInt of the dUeposit has not yet been delinitely ascertained bit a proslpecting party of the residents' halv been suarching the adijacent country with the view of obtainining more definite information, Their researches have so far resulltedl in the discovery of outtcropping seams in 5 or i different places, ranging in thlickne?s fromnt lft. to I8in. in thickneso: It is understood that Ia coal expert will sholrtly visit Childers in order to inspect the se.ums and report on their prolba!e valie. Tlhi lexis tentce of coal in tlis locality hlis Ibeen known for ltainy ye.ars, but no attiempt to solve the question d...
THE DISTRICT. Boolarra. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
THE DISTRICT. Jloolarra. (BY oter owS RP.roaren.) The Iloolara Comtpany's coal msino, under t eicient naget Etnttugettet of Mr. \Vilson, shows a mirarked improvement both in the iethod of working, anti the progress rmade in its developlmnts. At the tino of your reporter's visit, the engine which had just ntrived, was being placed in the position it is te occupy. Upon this all the Ihaide were engaged, as well as urilUlading lifteen irol trucks and other necessary material for the haulage of the coul. Whilst the lmon where thrs tinpltyetd, a visit of inspection was mirade to the milne. This is silmttedt, is mast of your readers know, about a mile from the railway town of Boolarra, aftei which it has been namedtu. The tunnel tias" found to he driven a dist:ncu of .100 feet, cott Inencing at the level tif the creek. Evi dently the policy of the goldi-inier was pursued in tihe working, and, fearful of Ilsing the toaim; it has been carefully followtdt, with the result that the tunnel (whi...
Yinnar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
Yinmni r. (nB t out own .P.rTonrET.) It is with doop regre tI haive to record the deatth of Mr.. Alexander Pa'ttersnn, who expired at his 'late residence in Warragul on Saturday last aftr a brief illes?.a The deceased gentleman had recently conu into our locality to erect a snw-will plant which was nea;r completion at thie time of his deathl ,There are many old residents in this district who have known the Iato Mr. Patterson for matlny vtea atod all speak of hint in terms of the highest praise for hlis Itany sterling quailties of character. Il leaves at wife and large family, soone of whor are growni up, to lltmourn his lods. MaLch eviympathy is felt for them in their sadl lereavellient. Tim business I believe, will be carried on by thi family.
Thorpdale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
(Br oUR own IEt'uniran.) : A nieeting of residents interested itl tiid formation of at cricket club wae held at Messrs. G.' & J. lHnwlett's store on Mlonday the 1st inst, Mr. G. it. Dtnoaresq occupying tte chair, antd Mr. J. HIowlett taking minutes of the, procedilngs. Moved by Mr.!to\wlett that a cricket club boe foruio.l, to be called the Thorpdale lJuited Cricket Club. Seconded by MIr. S. Diver, and carried. "Moved by Mr. Hlowlett, seconded bIy Mr, Dmunareoq, that the subscription be fixed at Ls. Carried. Moved by Mr. II. E. Mahon seconded by Mr. E. Dniaresq that Mr. J. Howlett' ble eeteid Secretary and Treasurer pro. tote. Carried" Moved ny Mr. Diver, seconded by Mr. Dunaresq, tlhat deleatea from Chihlders, Thlrislale , South,' uan Thorpxhilo te et at Messrs. G. & J. llowlett'a store on Saturday 6th inst. at 3 p.m. for the pur pose of arranging all matters touching the formal atnalgamation of the clubs Cairied. The meeting then adjourned.'. After the meeting of t...
A Mountain of Coal. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
A Niltjtitin of Coal. (lir ot: SpecuIr I:. l'otrre:n.) A good deal of late has been stiil hnit written on the great Mi'rwel CUoal Mining Co.'s finld, and in on'der to see for Ollrsolves we on Weinesdtay lust dlspatclheld asiapecual reporter to the scene of ooperations. Oulr reporter Says : The mine is sotitlled on thie Latnrbe River, and onrl being ferried across the stream I e;ias shown by the mnaiger, nlr. Godrioge, not ia seamn. ht IIa nlilnintii of brown coal. I was astnunded un irriving at the tnunil of the adlit to -.we thei w.lkt that had been done towaeris developinig this grint field of coal, whlhi i. iin my estimat tolon to 1, the'gra?lest thing vut disdcovre,, in Vicitiria for general fuel. On enlering No. I level, which. has been dlriven into the hill fronm the face,; near the river, i distance o f over lOft.. I flunl it all coal-coal at either siili. coal over hledl, coal iuntderfoot. ithi valtiable inineral can be chllpped out in blocks iany.wlvre andi everywhere. TJ'o...
Narracan. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
S lrlltt lll. (13Y outr ows RIEORTER.) Thero has been rin'gilntion on f.ol heIre for somo time for tit, purlasu of secnring two puassnger trains a dlay. rhe oblject has now heen attained, as a a ixied train will now. run in the afternoon instead of the tisipal goods train. This will be a decilded improvement on the' old svatem hlt still leaves a golo deal to be dsiired, an them Ii:;ed Craits leaves before the arrival of either of tih oeIv, ing trains to and fromi Meoltmurnio and Sile. Iletce those trains will not ho available for " roturn on the noam dta, except between Mioo and Warrogul, uilless a goods train can he available to herve the ipurpos. The reason of this inconvenient tilneing of the afoter noon train is thait th' .Departlifitt aro unwilling to run a passenger train after nightfall in conequloence of the danger to he apprehended from the proimity to. the lino of a lot of dangerouo, trees. . Tlhi is absord,.as the ordinary 'geoodn' tiain li'a~ been rninin;g after dark dar...
Moe. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
Moe. (t:i nmitt: o.ts rEPoWTEtR.) Srlve intermt wa? s excited her, on, Tle'lday by tih arrii al of i h'r ,e tuuhltlar tiler, which is on route for NX*usler' Minit ? Claim, MNnmhlarra. I,?ow. the ntlster is t:"o te Cnluveyro d to its dIy t;attion uver the stoep ranles antd it,1 roal se emllo t, the unttiiattd it dark mtvsturo. It o, i;5ih lb tons; 30 hnllocku, will be reqnirel for ito lonvell.lan'" which at in :ver.:ut? of 10ewt.. ;nclontlng the ",.ltnnan . eteetlerls, will bring tei tomtal tip clse to 25 tons. Will thu frail ltride. thotween Moon aod filoniirrt sustaitll this tionnstronos tighlt ? Of coulr.?o, if, tlat loiler was taken ini sctions the ditillclities of transpolrt would at onco vaniilh. A ilmooting of the Narracan Valley Roadsll Colmlllitteo rals hetl he te on Satullrly 29th for that porpOns of accepting tondetrs for ornluroying and gravelling the ap;iromacleo to lth brilge ,ver the Narr?lan Creek at Thorplteo. Mr. G. Evans, of Trafalgar. wls the ulccdssfll tenllerer ...
BUTTER FACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 October 1888
T UTr1'R FACTORIES. Is all the inte'rcl laitly evoked I 1i. the discussion concerning the merits of butter fctotricti to be allowed to enporatte withit iiny prei.leal ontecnu resulting ro i,, ? A 'sliort tind iigo the i:lumnio. 'of the local I Press hre teelting ivith lutlubratiotts from all sorts of people dlescautitfg ,it the merits or &lt;deterits 6f hoe factory system, wlich hari grown into o( mlttch fturour with th l1tcawarra "lairymen. Now there "is, apparently, hi contplet'ccs.saittion of inte.rtat in the inatter, for, idlat reiason cannot be lcivined. :'There its cerhluly plenty of room for improveonent ih the methids in operatil,cii among oiur da;ry firncers, unless thet are wc t fitly i ,dlied. The srgtluments i d"iawn front tIce facts nd .Ianced in favour otf the f: rory system 'eire of thie itst nigedtL ant ,conclusive ioescription, tntu we ntire to say to s hat if farmers itsolled lat tiec ?tatter ronai a pIroper. biusiness point of icew 'they would long agi :'h...