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THE Morwell Advertiser SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1888. THE PROPOSED NEW SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 October 1888
THE SATroltAY, ocTOBER 13, IS5S. TI[E: PROPOSED>:NEW SiitRE. TtE rntepayers'of the south end of the West' liding of, Tnrailgnnri' IId' at leng'th coine to the con:liitioi ithat '" those .who would he helped, niust-first help themtselvds.": For years they hate' strugg'ed on, hoping agatinst Ih pi for i sh,.re of the shire. expenlditure ittsome degree proliortionate'; not tmerely to their reituilrements, but to td hismoust actually cointribt'ed by themi to the shiir: te,'en to. T'they have tiet with tIothing but dis aippointment after disapolintt.ent. The monies' ain1ilable for improvinig the roads of this shil'r have always been distribute I, in large part, in.the more popul uts dis tricts already rejoicing in the, possessi, a of,fairly good roads. There is a'nice little tlltriil nijibigue bequeathed to us by a classical fabulist, which we will apply to hie residents of theseeoutlyingt "districts. A. tenumter'once had thet miis fortune to.get "bogged ". wlile' eigaged in' driving,...
Narracan Farmers' Protection Association. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
' .irarcaia Farmersi' I'roferiejw ·- A~aollatioza A nintldg; of the Nnrrantn 'lliradi of thom Fr.iidrs PnrOtteLtilhn . enCmtjnei was heIdiIoh o liUrBty ; thiel. th inst.; Mfr' Auchtbrlonie:(pre':sidtar)' ii this M.. ored hy Mr. Vawlol l nn&lt;cnrrinl aTa the ordiiiar}" slceting' of thia Branch n hlaid o the· ri'idarv ,rnmcedntely prdendingriun thedday of the full 00" r: , Mr. Pdtall iridd, Anfl Mn r. 'Maple. dcdrtdl. --, Thlit tlii :ii.titii deWAires .0 recni nl.td itaproial if .tlh li1 for thd Icdltistrintinl o f iS it :' inwv liifird. lio Hiu.o nTioil ii!.a itil'tMiniitrv Wi o tsll / U itsi aniist, i ui.nii l within lit paworstop. out istop t ,it li iltrooLivd tactics of rortiaini 'ii'liiier oftI. t'orliat i npto 1no ;ii Pii iiei'ii c I ri ; if thi: now icoiar 1wrn~~jiw7 amrniotontu ;V 4.Od: Illr' 'I II' t 1"Ie loni.- Tthat! thtis II,nil 111Zi 'Iuwirl tit r~acrI its iippjrovaI of tin bht'c:rtl Iihil ;now hoei~i'e it if Io~ii~t hu t ianp.3 tiat the, Iiinstry wvilI do itns :...
Taorpdale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
.(Br o?i ora.l 'i 'lnr."ti T?he ustil mieting . of iti TI.rill it.. 31. . A. was helll on the e'enin' ,e' the .ii3th inst. 'Three no.w mii'iia rs we . al. imitted into the aiuciat'in. 1 tOn the. iotitinofnfMr Dalnrt.r'eq 'tep .oerieede+e It. . obn,taken re+ui., unr m.ndil ,itei!.,,r Th da', ? rtil. ( pl.,hlTyl). wits . ilhun:cu lieod; ,ton .ruu $ .owpl trII t,;i ro t !,i .,QUrjOATIR. IIA*A7.INL...,Til re.?were two p.jopers forward;: /The first olnely MrGor t itan insitted of ',acriticisma on a paper idelive.red h:ie a month ago by Sir Powell. ' Iloalio dilgressed 'a little to give Mr ' Nicholas' "Glance Back" a rap or two. Mr ,Powell in his paper wrote tlhat'gnecrntly "speaking it. was essential that the body ?hbouit be healthy ."in' order to obtiini a sonuiz mnild,and .he,thought thllt athletic ..exerci?el tentlle greatly to keep those who indulged in it in health:.". Mr Gnrmlan took .astrong exception ,to thir,.andl, instanced s ovetal great..poets and writers, who had ptiny frain...
Moondarra. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
--0 ..1. ,i?'(Y un onwi- ~i'ou'r.n.) '. This iai triet is a n' etonivoe 1 psit-sta iitimte l, n the ito t tot nk of the Thinisnit 'irer, ?tni'ni?itrnicn the varinnv' loinals nf ,ior'pe r.. aIi til ''Jdnck's, . Jacob's ind .C.llionl .tu k,,.ojgether with.aconsiderbtle tract.ofoi lntlry..iiclllding the greater part sti their varioas comrtreoaa well ias that of thei eaferni bruech 'dof 'the Tyor's river. .,l'hi plata..cuverr rocks of the Sleriean ecla?' by iy i dusgojstion of ihe highert ,,itnilntaiti;--te 1 ,Hlaw, a tt the u-foott of w'hich th .dlistrict .is situaited-the iirfihl ,iil ',i ri (ch, Ilt hic,.anld traceable to t the " distinetrnins tif basalt th.tt traveran tie ?district ' intg'rticilar directions,o ald n .I ". tlieir'igeneral -direetion' inicate' with, Stolerlerbe lirecision thu'1 direction of the wtereiriersc, wwhich the 'lava. in .its "donwwaril wfrt, ) ,I shlocked ip. Thr'irngh thlii.ageny? and ttdi deittin iof eoil frm thel higher, mtitntainx,,a valle) of extensivu h...
A Second Electoral Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
A Second Electoral IIll.' In. woll-informed political circles' it is ,indoratindl thaiet "dt'n" the' Electoral DI)itrietl Alteration 1311 is tisispseil of the Gnvernnment will idltroduce an Electoral Bill having for its' ehje t the aholition .of phlural voti?zg.. It in s?nitly maiintdinol Ihy Parliumnontalriai of s curtaiin ?.lhrol .tlht. 'if tuhe iuylutli' d pluralityi of voles were anblished the lathouig' blia'uiu' o'ouhlld iAdHo's the largerilhard of ropreoetatlotm in tho'Lojtialatulrd.' Eipeeially, it in:arKguol, woId thty p'opo"oaul neasuuir tlotrimentnlly' affect profeseional l und couumourei 'i"= torests, silco it hVndl giveo the fea" vonles only to . bh .plitvoteld hb the lahoring. claseas--tlio tnjo.itjt i. A?nd that it ie the hounden doty of the Government before ittemnpting, t?icl a. v.itall- . i pOrtent. stept to electodl rbflrii-..pture tll,l e ild-oln tih e nntrr, mtlherwi.e a g.realt injlustice vohl lre. 'lone "to toa- wh, lielvre tlhe ;larg?let >ltkoe iill the ctl...
Formation of a New Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
* .FornmtioA of a ,ew Shire.: The coninlittcu appointed by a pnhlic meeting hell it Boolarnr on Satirlnay, Gth inst., to adjust the Ihonndarics of tim pro. posed new shire. iu"t on Savorlnay lust at the Mecthanics' Institute, Morwell. Mr Mulrdloch was voted to thie clhir, nnd explained the tniture of thio biusiness to be transurncted. Mr. English'said, in Ilia opinion tle pro per way to divide the- shiro was ! to put north of the railway line into one riding, Mirboo into anotier rilding, and tlhat wonld lteao the portion between for tie centre riding. In this riding botht thopriincipal towns, viz., Yinnar and;iMorwell would he 'ttitoted, and he hald no doubt it would nmect the wilshes of those living in it, a~'one ionmber would prribhhly te elected from -Yinnar one fromi Morwell, and thl thlird frmni llazelwood, whlichl iwns an important district that had hitherto not ihad direct re presentation. Bchsides tliit' tlhe Mirboo .portion woild be certain of direct repre sentaition, and a...
New Railway Lines. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
.: N e'' Haew Railway: Lines., ?.: i SContracts %ere on Monilday .t lbii. the Ial?I'vay do?pliartioent foir thin constrtiction of the IIanilton' anii Penhaiirt ainl the Kornit annld Disnkethl liin.4 of nrolwav. Foir the ivork connected with thefr. frnor lino seven itunders- were:. sent. in. the tuccessful one hoing. that of MIr It. Thorn tun, wlrhn;ndlertookl to carry oult the woirk for, £50,8-16 5. The' line hntilh he 18 iiiles rnd 'lchiain in in length, and it slhntld he comnpleotedo ,tily 1, 188p. Provision iklinln in thie conitrlct for three stations. Thlere' «s Ilsn . sevenl; tenders, for the construction of Klnroit and Dilnkeldl line of. railway, which will .e 48 m.I iles aetd 76 chair? in Iolligth, indl shonil ie coimpletedl .Iy? October 1, 1889. " T'rho ec ess??f tonderrr?" were"' . M'Neil: ind Co.,. at. £109,-202. ' Provi?inn has boun ' aille for seven station . .intluding .aon eachi at \Voolstorre, H:alwkesrtlle,,lndl, Ponhuret..
LITTLE TOM. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
LITTLE TOM. Littlo tni i it -u piiohincd Tiuiorr pony and in owpud by MrI Jo11ri ,.Wtsoor II hoo woodl; 1liis n Spr'igbtly ,(nip.) out of Moino;,"nod ohtnids '3lanls hingl oh` with ilmmense irrscle and- bonan W would recooiiornd thi6ro , who "wont gdoad soond little stock to pay Mr, J. We tsun's farms n visit,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
BUSINESS ,DIRECTORY Advertiseeastc rader this heat will hi ineired for 2s. 6d. per quarter. AI DONALDSON, MeWchant. The oldest, L h epret,and best, Cominercial road, Morwell. C AVANAGH & HARRIS, Cheap Cash , Store. Drapers,Orocers, Ironmongers, Ac., Commercildmrod, Morwell. L W. ROWLETT, Family Butcher.. SFamilies waited on for orders, Comrn. mercial.rad, Morwell. S MeKINNON. Practical Shoemaker. SCommercialread. Morwell. Repairs astly lone at shortest notice. :' WILLIAMS. Boot Manufacturing L' . Company, Commercial-.red, Morwell. All sorts of boots always on hand. KELLEIIER. Club Hotel, Commer. JAE J rls.rosd, Marwell. Best brands kept. Good stabling. • Commercial.road, Morwell. F L DAVIDSON, Hairdresser, Tobacco. *? nst, and Stationer. Agent for all maginlses and newspapers. Every novelty secured. Commerdcal-.road, Morwell. H. HOLMES, Watchmaker, Jeweller Fa ao., late of Melbourne. Superior workmanship gusarateed, Commercial.road. Morwell. J RINTOULL, Blacksmith, Wheel. i ...
EMERALD PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
EMERALD I'll CE. Emerald Prince, owned by Mr Will:Rn ['NbhI,. IHazelw ood, was foaled nn .Nve.n bur 15, 1884, and stands 17 Ilhands high, and is a line speonlon of a Clydesdaln le; lon sensing strong elean hnone, soundl feet, fine syn'iine. and very supl)erior action,' being descended from soieo of the I'ptriost- a' heLt, ?pfize-:hlking? honrses thalt ever stand in tlhe colony, and in well qualified to boe a breeder of first-class stock. Emerald Prince, as a 2-yea't o!d, gained seeondl prize it 'I'ranrilgn, and ia special prize at alMrwull Show. Emnorahl Prince, by Young. Ecliipsio graind sire Eclipse, g.grndl sire l'rince Charlio'(imnp.) Ynningr Eiclipsu'sd ln Darling; by Clhampion of Scotland (imp.) Eclipsel'slanm, Princess lhul d by Sir UClin Cmonpbell (ilnp). This pedigree should speak for' itself, it ensure:m breeders of real good stock shotild they givo Enmeraild Prince a chanceo.
BLACK PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
BLACK PRINCE. Black Prince, the property of Mr Jrame Johneton;of Drinlle, is ain por-breal Suffolk pnuei, standing 16 i hand? iglh, nid is hv Marnlais of Lornat, Olitof Je. ,?t. Blaci; Doaglass. IHe will stand this seoason at his cwner's ftrtm. -Dritfihld, and travel to Boo. Ilarra every Fridaly and Saturday. Those i' need of ganoa sltlld workers cannot do better than leave their mares? in charge of Mar Johnston.
ANDANTE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
AN?l)ANTE. "Andlante," one of Mr' Auhterlonnie' stnd, was bred in 1881, by M. Bryant, Esq., if Cairn Culrratn, is a entllpact, Pyrnllilotrical lOmrs of grand constitultion, high conrago, anti fine tuemper. Is of a rich brown buy color, with heatiful quiality, style, and action, and with legs of that perfect shlap, andl wiry character, i0 essential in a sire of hunters and other high-class horses. "An dante's" is' a coinlination of thle stoutest anti most successful strains in thel stud book. Ilis sire Tim Whiillier, was con sidered t thlest horse of his dtay in Eng. land, and wlien thr?eeyears old won the following high class races, viz., Bornoughl Handicap, CheIster Plate, M1alton Iandlicap, Malton M.iolmbers' Plato, Ascot Gold Vase, Ascot .Rnoal P'late: Gomoltwonl Cop, Don canter Mleonmbrs' Platte, andl'Dncoster Ci.. In n article on the "Sires of thie Season' in Tilt AUSTrAr.ARIA e10 in referred to as "one of the best, ganest 'and soundelst horses thnt ever trod thei British turf....
Sires of the District. DIOGENES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
Sires of the Iistrict. The thIorog:sih-breld ohtlion flnereneq wvill 4t.I.n- this 00as)10 it Iliglonret( IIOzCIwouN, andIin the reL.rtv of Mr. D..1Cnhdrn. Ile is ltll well knhflb in the disitrict to reqoire 1-1`16- atii or honls. TIp- soni if Gondolier, aol T Ie Sham-s. is it ii iree rolriited to ;;i1t sonI d well-parOed litrkneoo or light e' i si ckri aniut tie balm in the ds trier. arel we can .on'cieiitiueln.v reecho. tiienul tIios rqtiiring such sotok to try hlim.
ADMIRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
ADMIRAL,. Yet mnthier of the Glenaveril stud (.r Allchllerlriiuies) i grianid lpbtnllliig. pwer. ful.l blcla; :it. byI the celebraled imlportel stallion, Ilig Gen, ont of illo?B.cm, a lpower fuil mare. standing 16 hands 3 inches. Admiral lues a grand free eeti,in, e?dl tdcile temper, an ibl, ul eae i?f Ihone, and erx cellent, feet. Heur duln is ly Sir Itonort (iumipirted), lut of Iilpdy; by Goldfinder (imported).. The excellence of the Sir Iltherf uld. Gnhlllinder' strains are an well known that cobtiient 'i snilierfl'nid. Mr Aechturlonic desenrves thie connendltion of all lovers of good hIrsefleash for introducing sucllh ires into our district.
LANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
LANCE NIt. S[Lnneor, hytylartn,a?nlt of *Anitelit , is another of ?r A;itcletrlonil's uwell-bred sires. lie is ita Ibetifl Ilay colt, and was bred . in 181?5. Inncer's. sire, arlent, it well known to I0It one of tlh fine.st weight. carrying stallions in Australia, and was awarded both ltiret and clamoipion pritzes each tie oexhibited sit 'theu i . A. Society Show, M telnhrno. Ie had prIovionly pri ved his excellence as na racehorse by th ntumlller of races lie won onder weights. ror geottin romounts this colt sholMl take a lot of boeaino,.
New Gold Finds in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
Newt old, Finds Ila Victorit. .,A .ricl find was madno ot Girdon :on thnlidayhy Mrr ltoaunhih ?lro lha bIeon irolxctinE, for gold for some tilna in what o:ti ktln?vih n iDnly's pladdock billt which in noIw ntitud lhy Cldarls Valglhnn. After secllring tilltright to nine from iMr Vullghin, ho ?ennin OInced oplratloht ' by putting down ,a shaft in a likely placu, lunl wat only dotwn a few feet whln lie camtl iupin what tmliy' turnri nu?t'i trnniannt iduf. At preaent the rc:f variue 15 to.18 inclhi, with a very cirie gol., which is ielieveua will yiuld fraii eig.;ht to til oz. ler ltll. It is nut lIsi interii, n f MJr hIutei ititii liit this c:.till in ii .t clillnlny, Iht preferrcih- tl, work it iinim.lf. 'To claim is "itiitarel cise iiin 4 llilie frioml Gir.it in alilitill the ,aulioe ililstanc frnii Eg-trtimn, lyin.g in ail eidlelV iirectlii. " A ire?ort lti reaclihel Ileilllii thlit ian inlluvhial g'dlfitell has hlun dikcid erj,l It thel heid of the lBroken rivur. Three gentlemten d...
The Gippsland Coal. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
The i .. ., lpp il ndi 'Col. ' Tlhe ilirinond r,;,ng 'for conl at Bonolrri haI1 heOdianaiedspnded owinrg to the tlini= nlltie? enconntered in getting tlrough the i tertia rv drafts overlying, the, coal rocks at the plece where boring to ..ging on. The depoth attained is only 20Oft., arid it is'not considered that a tuncli greoter distanceo nomdd have to he p?sitnitred before lieeting` nwith th he coil-lharing sltrta, 'which: out croliR no thlt nadjoining leasehold. : The horing has fromn the start -een carried on chielly .throtgRh ctcnrse s?ndrs nd gravels` alternating with .,hed of lignite ; Itot a laysie of fine sanuit hal Ibeen moet Witlh, whlich hins for a considorehlo time 'deliedt ilt efforts to penetrate and esithlish nit l?wr innent waterway through it. The,!iffi-. "clty is sn.great. (says the Tcr,rniAlirl) that tIe toro tmay Ithve tC be ab nloned in conseelllnoe. 'For noai tliao pst, withll a virw of testiig thlecapahilities of the Mloo codl, the onotnere nrntlto!eline hotw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
stud Notices. TIHE THOROUGiHBR D TROTTING STALLION "W^ILDFIRE" Toa stand thinsleason at' Mr. Jan. leMDugall's Ptid Farm, Meryla, Morwell. 1ILFIRE is live vcar" old. a rich Y glossy brii. stands 15I hands, and .is ieautifully made, with lots of bone'and . muscle. lie is very fast, with perfect long e..'sy action, and has taken prizes wherever showni,' including two at the' National Agricultiral Society's Shows, Melbourne. SWildfint is by Firehell (who 's?sonce Sfirt favfiurite fur the Melbourne Cup). Dam, "Stiettle's 'champion trotting mare Polly. 'Firebell by Fireworks, dam, the imported Smare Maybell. ,Terms, four guineas, two guoinas at time •of service, balance when mare? provein foal. 'Mares led to the horse two gniner.s at time of service, one guinea when they prove' in foal. Guarantee five guineas. ti Al, 'las TIE SPLENDID YOUNG TROTTING STALLION . , Pioneer II: 1Will serv a fw aroved inare. Pioneer 'IiAs a beiutiful dark brown. stands 116 "ltinds, and i .rry powerfully made. ...
Narracan Shire Council. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 October 1888
Xislraiican Slhire Counil. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. Presintit-Concillors Instlinrpo (Prosi lont), ColemanI , Uinpton, PowuIll, Pope, How lett, Stanton, Guoacl. I CO tt ,F- •0N t' MC i ,.colInFsro.so?nDEi. From Public Works Iepartnmdnt nnti fying £300 grant to. assist in constructing and imaintaliningfnain roatds, cotncil to ex penol an iadliiional £300.. Frolm Under Trtasuiror, cknowledging recuipt of Idtler, forwarding dopy of reso lution passed, by, theo council, re £11,000 Ihing placol on the ostupplementary. es. tinlitoes, stating tlhat the umatter is receiving the attention of Goveornment. FromI Railway Department, nagreOing to makoe nol tmaintain.crossing at Yarrngon. 'Fr?oni Landls 'otd Snrvey Dpopartent. ro roia throngh O'Brietl'S~ anid acrn, M?[oo swawnp, wishing the olijuct explained.l: Frromn satiti, notifying that five cuure of olnd.lin tlhuo~jarihl pof Alliilthib et, lhan beii rescred isa s'tiito fpr a tdenLat Iory; Frniiii Brrhiigi 'of Flt!iiiriion "a* Ken singtnn, ro the r...