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Commercial. TRARALGON PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

Comnlnercial. -o TRARALGON PRODUClI MARK3ET. fMarriage, L?Trenusnm nud Lnidlaw relor for Saturday, July slut--Usual supply for" ward, and good attendance of buyers. Prices -Vegetables 7d to 2+ per lot; onions 2d per lot; potatoes 4s 9d per bag; cheese 4d to 5d per lb; roll bacon 7d and 8d; farmer's hams, cured, Sid ; lard, 7d per lb; inferior butter9d to Is; best Is 4d to Is 7d ; eggs 10d to Is Id per doz : fruit Id to 2d per lb Poultry-Fowls, mixed 2s 5d to 2s 7d pet pair; roosters Is 7d each ; turkeys is to 19s per pair; ducks .s 2d per pair: canaries 4s offered; fruit trees 3d to 10 each ; choice sorts Is 7d to 2s 3d each ; prize pansies in flower Sd to Is ad cach ; and sundry articled at full rates.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

Agricultural Notes The best-currant for all" purposes is ttid cherry currant, so called becacim each berry lungs upon a single bratch, like the cherry. The berries are large and rich iti tlavonr, and are far ahead of the contllion cluster currant, as they are. most easily handled, and will bear a greater stfain id packing, It might uid state tihat since the lditi flower has been planted on certain swamps of the Potae, mnatlurid i fever has decreasedi At the mouth of the Scheldt, in Holland, it o stated that a sinilhr result has "been observed. Tibesnfloweremnite l.ure quan. titles of water in the form of vapor, and its aromatic odours as well as the oxygen it Inlhales, may lhdve aometbing to do with the sanitary influence in question: A method of preserving the lai tiralt colors of flowers consists in dusti'g sli ul cylic acid on the plants as they .lie in the press, and removing it again w ith a biisli when the flowers are dry. 'Ied flowers irl particular are well preserved by mean...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Sale Winter Races. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

Sale Winter taces. ' above o . meeting caine off on .the Green Wattle Course on Wednesday -last. Tlho'teridance was very senirll, and the resiltesof tho races are ns follows; .Cory ...... .. 2 GOalway Boy:;l.. ... 3 WINTER HA)IDICAP. Mol iface.. ..;..... .... ... S .. ......... ...... .. Goold Iron..;n ...;.; ......; ;, Whisperoi; .......r;........ ...2 Galway -Boy:.....: .... 3 Iloght in by owner for £3 " eDIBraAL STAKES. ' W ellington...... l.. ""... , 1.. : 13onght inhby owner for £.14 S FLY:--"'YINO II-ANDIOCAP ".. ': A pprosal ..t.................. . 2 ' iPproval" .........ha ............ 3

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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A Boy Suffocated. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

A Boy Suffocated. - ---o- A very sad[ occurrence at hMalvern was reportedl us having, happened during Monday night last in a house in $Moorhouse sir et. The cailmity occurred owing to none of the persons in the house under standing the use of gas, which was, con sequently allowed to escape in a room in which five persons were sleeping. But for the rtoro' fortunate escape of one of the party all five wouhi probably have perished, and as it was four lay in an al most insentible condition in the room filled with .the fumes .of. gas for over twenty hours, anti one succumbed, the others re maniing in a very'critical condition. It appears that the hoeso in question. which is a six-roomed brick one,-recently occupied by Mr. Illingweortli, weas takeanby William Dick, formterly ,postsmaster at Maryborotlgh, for his mother rand tbree children and a friend of the fa mily. Mr. Dick who had been for 'msome time a wibuwer, married again recently, and is at the present time spendling is holneymnoo...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

p IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Render, have you the heartburn ? Hare you u bad taste in your. mouth in the morn itg? Are you affected with pains across the bac! nod loins? i Do you salffer from'tatr. lence, sour belchings or acidity of the sto mach ? IIhave you spots or specks before the eyesd' Throbbing at the temples i" Disiln clination for study or business? Ioat flishes or cold chills? Groundless fears ?.. Love of solitude ? Flattering or palpitation of the heart upon the least exCrtion or excitemoent Defective memory ? Sense of weight upon the chest, especially after meals ? Drowst edss 2 Confusion of the mind and fatigue of the body. on the slightest hurry? Low, languid, sinking feelings ? Trembling-of the hands ? Cold extremities ? Singing noises in the head ? Pains in the legs and thighs ? Involuntary losses? Impaired appotitc? Defective nutrition ? Eruptions. on the face or body l Fear of death? Or does life seem a burden to you 1 If you can answer in theaffinrmative any of the ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

TO TtiE EDITOLR: Sin,- Allow me to crave a small space In yoiur worthy columns to lay before the public a matter of no small importance toi Iallarat people, viz., that of a manl who is hawking tea. A few months ago the indi. vidual in question called on me, and by his appearance and style of doing business I was induced to give him my order, for which hlowns quite contented to wait for the money. The tea camne. It was not accord. tng to sample, and most decidedly of an inferior quality. especially the " black " portion of it. It was mixed' up in such a manner that the common tea was hardly tasted, It being flavoured by a very strong which is very tasty. The account was rendered, and I informed the firm that thu ten was bad, and really nlitt for consump tlon as regards health. I received a letter a few days afterwards from' the firm de manding payment. I replied stating the ten was inferior. and not at all the quality as represented, therefore I would nit pay, ln- get the tea analyse...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Warragul Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

VWarra~al Agriculturil society. The prelimioinary meeting of the Wharr. gul and West Gippsland Agricultural So cinyt was held in the Athenroem Hall on Friday July 20th, when there was a fair attendanco of nmembers. Mr.'II. Rtogers, prenilent in the chair. ' +', The following gentlemeii...uer nomni noted as members of the conmnittee : aMesers. Aftleek, Brooker. Cmnnor, Lyons, IHarvie, Davis, Ditterick, Mutnlie, and Sar geant. Messrs. Staveley and Connor au alitors. Mr. HTarrio gave notice of his intention to more at the next meeting, that the furthcoming show he held in March next. The secretary, Mr. Watt; remarked that this matter required a little consideration aon the part of the committee, as there were other shows held in the district about the same time, and the question of fixing the date should not he decided in a hurry. Mr. Watt gave notice ;that lie would move at next rnecting, that theadvisability of electing governors be taken into con sideration. - The committee of the p...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

Odds and Endg. ` } Ivery? once.hli a while, ipan the streets o .... Chilcinati, you ltmeet in- laro letters this. touching legac d .-'Stop and go yourY8ti??lyt y bottle tilled. : . .? u. i ( ay " iusmarek toutticosudW unillts by thrctconar floods;:, Thirt}-fou 0nesi sfnihsads1e siectog cei strttcted q "pin" Lord Randolplth doichlll. wilt eoon=tsti Aecrica whio lila ih l , The nnnual productionad ccb tar in nrancoe is abotut80,00OOtens fill gonoto ýlod, has .now ,9,000,000 'of, o tea ý under oulto~atoo, Ar0tdtritg to YtohlE 1 t'frg the c izdr~s 1tWa tiles so'fnssno on to require the' sorvleees'of ! Tu dhinosoCr'o\'ctnniont recoht~y, rccelvcqy· 60O miles oti Rolmoortio moblofor a~~nlooh t~d s. mid from thoholandso odoioformoonand foouLo to: Fun Chossifi' roes , ar'Y ni{,:Xn:i Ls t: 3 :isWt1d hy s?vcrd hI nllst orni;.nand si0 pe.rsoun4' killed and i00 lutladiestro4yc "'?' a ' ::'L: Arkrans boasts a bhby ttwo;yadts ohldtwh, aRi"sing altthe popular soug oE the day ,: SAn aiieriage it ove...

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THE DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

TILE DINNER. 'Mr. i lnroch's HITtel was the place most sought for in the ovening, where a dinner that would tempt the appetite of an opicuro-much less hungry fnntballers -was spread for the visitors. Mrs. and Miss Murdoch, we believe, superintended arrangements, and we consider no greater compliment could be paid these ladies than the way the viands disappeared. The evening was enlivened by toasts, songs, &c., and after the company dis persped the local tand rendered several well-chosen selections from the balcony of the hotel.

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THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1888. EXPORT DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

THE SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1888 . EXPORT DAIRY PRODUCE. Urosn soveral occasions of Into attention has been devoted to the importance of our establishing aii export dairy prodnce trade, Our local production is in advance already of consumption, and might ho farther stimulated if a profit able outsido demnand could bo created. But it is absolutely necessary that the quantities at present made should be so improved as to command higher prices, and thus act as an incentive to increase and extension. To this end factories that receive the milk, and make it into butter or cheese may affordl some little assistance, but the true remedy seems to lie in the improvement of our systems of cheese and butter-omaking at the farmii'dairies (leaning the . byS products in the proper place for household use and stock rearing), and in the uniform preparation of -the produce for the market int such quantities'as will co=n mind attention. It is quite clear that grain-growing does not yield sufficiently satis...

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An Interesting Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

An Interesting Lecture. -o----- Physicaaland mental development was the title of a lecture delivered in the Work; ing Men's College on Saturday night by Dr. Mlaloney, being one of the fortnightly lectures recently instituted by the coil mitten. -Professor Kernot occupied tim chair, and the room-was filled Dr ,Maloney. after treating at some length on ancestry, during which he remarked that recent statistics of the British Association showed that the men of the United Kingdom had the finest physique in the world, with the single exception oE the l'atagonians, pro ceeded to deil with our climate. It wais, he said, genial not 'terrible, and Southern Australia, in thati respect, as well as in its natural productions; -pairlled - ancient Greece. With respect to food he said that th 'precoeity of the young Australia was artificial, and due to neat eating, the nitro gun ti e nmeat acting in children as exces sive bone stimulant. Ito reminded his hearers that the wine drinkers of the Con ti...

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Abandonment of Tramway Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

Abaiiloiimenit of Trimway Scheme. At tlhe W?arrign Council meeting on Tuesday last. the shire -secret lry'read the correspondence the proposed. trnamway schemole. Cr. Watt rose, and spoke very warmnly on the matter. lie referred in strong terms to the action of those gentlemen who waited upon the Premier, asking hiu to stay further proceedings. ile aidl-A number of statements that were made were absolutely untrue and misleading; the council had never sent an official round with the petition, never instructed any person to make statements on behalf of the council, so that tie statement made that the council hatd misled the ratepavers of the Soath Riding wa as as warranted as they were untrue.. Hie would like to see the petition, otherwise how were they to know whether those whose names were attached were ratepayers or not. Ihe could fear lessly say that it was not the council but the Railway Department who made the clheims expensive. But for the Railway Department and the Premier, a ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Traralgon Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

Traralgon Agtricultural Society. a- A meeting of the cnmmittee of the alove society was hell in Mitchell's hotel on Monday evening last. Tihe linutes of the previous meeting were read anil approved. CO)ti? SPONDENCE. Front the Nortla Gippsland Society, stat ing lhat their spring shor wIou iit he held on ThIurstlia. 22nd Novemblriher next. FrInm A. p., ilowoian, president ft the Society, announcing his resignation, owing to his inability it attend meetings, on an count of tihe lad state of the roads. From J. B -rmingham, secretary G!en garry Ploughing Mlratll Cnnlllitiee. stat ing that theyl had decided to have tleir an nual competition oi Thursahy, Angunt 10. From the Department of Agriculture, enquiring if the society wonhl be willing to provide suitaile farin buildings, nmotive power, anil a slipply f mlilk, il order that tlie travelling ldairy mlight visit tlis lo cality. From tih sanle, stating that, with a view to making the dairy plant at tlhe Ex hibition as instructive us poi...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Correspondence. [We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily uphold views expressed by correspondents in our open column.] LOCAL INDUSTRIES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

Correspondence. [IWe Wihll It to be doLtinutly unlerotaul thot we ,lo nut nee<rveily uphldtd log, selsreo?pb Lby ar repolltuollt In our open evlumlu.] I.OCAL INDUSTRIES. TO TIE IEDITOR. Stnl,--tI your ably penned article of last issue you gave us a few,.pills that should certainly take effect it it is within the bounds of possibility. .[elbourne reminds me of ae mosetral as nearly alt our excur. alone are To the Mctropolis; very few to the country. What is our expensive Exhibition but a ball, to Centice the country people to contribute their mito towards 3[elbourno interests ? There is Indeed too much of that spirit shown by all our large Inland firms s The motto seems to be "everyone for himself, anti the dtvil take the hindmoust." In reference to the "itinerant tailor repre senting a Melbourne house," and the "travelling bagman," it is an unanswerable fact that they take a large amount of the country money on their visits, which is a poor compliment to those who support...

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Mirboo Coal. ANOTHER SEAM STRUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

Mirboo Coal. ANOTHER SEAM STRUCK. We have to chronicle the finishing of what has proved to be the most successful and im portant bore over put down In the'colony. We allude to the No. 1 bore at Bcerry's Creek, which started work about 12 weeks ago, the operations- being- continuously carried on without nlaterruption, with the most gratifylng results. The site of the boro, as most are aware, is 500tt. east of Scarlctt's No. 1 shaft, and. It was thought that the famous ift. seam would be' met with at a few hunldred feet from the surface, and although this was hardly borne out a great deal was proved undrcamt of, making the prospects of our coal resources better, and of a more permanent character than anticipated by the most sanguine, although there may be one enthusiastic exception in our district. I[owever, to the bore. the dis. covery of seams at the depths of :21, 3338, 360, and .t311 feet have already been reported upon. The most important discovery was malde at 900ft. from the su...

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Dairying. CHEDDAR CHEESE IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

D)airyingl i -0 CHEDDAR CIHEESE IN SCOTCAND. Someo very interesting details have been publiltsed of the method of lhoose-tmaking adopted by thedairy instructor, Mr. Drum iiond, who teaches the Sheddlar system in the sooth-western counties of Scotland. It appears that the previous biight's milk is put in the vat, and left at...the tempera turu of 84dogs. In the n'oriting the heat of the milk is G5deg. Thttcreamt is then removed and "varns milk added as it c ?nes from the cow, and the wholei heated to a temlperature of 84dugs.. .The creali is Ileatedt with wourn milk to 8tklegs. before adding. When tested for ripeness it showed coagulationt in 5sees., which is considered in proper condition to add ren net; the colour is added ten minutes pre vious to this. The whole is then stirred with the laddlie for three minute., after which it is allowed to stand; it then showed coagulation in ten minutes, and is fit to break in.thirty-fiveo minutes fromn time of adding. After breitking it is sti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

-.. usinuess Addseses. NEW BAKERY, RESTAURANT AND GENERAL STORE. Mrs. R. O'Flaherty Desires to makeoknown to the public of - Iorwell and Surrounding district, that she has- engaged the :services of a first class Baker, and she is now prepared to supply Bread of the Best Quality, at reasonable .rates,. . BREAD (4lb Loaf) at ..- ... 5d Eirst-class flour (fine roller) 22s. Gd. per Good Seed Potatoes. Prime corned ed., Families waited on for orders J .O'Grady & .Co. IIOTEL NDý MONEY BROKERS,` Itoney to Lend on Leasehold end Freehold UIR IMR. PEARSON having a tho 0 '"roughl" kuowledgo of the old and now Land "Act, clients can depend on'hav ing their ".business done with promtness and dispatch. " 'A..PEARSON, MANAGER. N.B.-Vcibers of the Victorian Victuial era Brokers'oAssociation B. I. DEVERI , iobusepainter, Paperhanger, Sig nwriter, Grainer, & Orlers Promptly attended to. Workmanship and Materials Guaran teed.. Addrcss-PosT OF'ricE,Mon0RWLL. Mrs. W.ILSON, COlMMIERCIAL R...

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Football. MORWELL V. WALHALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

Football. --4- \MORWELtL V. WALIIALLrA.. Still we are unbeaten I In no-other season have our footbalere played no dashing a game as they have uip to 'the present. Lot us hope that the end of the season will find them Premiers. The gamei agatinst. Wallilla on Saturday last against the stronglimbed Walliallnites proved the correctness of the truth science is equal to strength. Really good play on such a sloppy ground was not to ,o expected • on either :sile, but what was done showed: good football on both sides. . Brown with his usual luck, won tie toss, and decided to kick with the wind. rTUE PLAY. Lowe set the ball going, anil it was il medllitoly.roturned by the 3Morwell backs, anid it then travelled round the wing, whero Keegan got it and passed it to Tromp p. Shortly afterwards L. .Jones gained possession in front of the visitors' sticks, and down calne tie colours of. the blue and red. Set going again " the ien with the accursed thirst for gold " forced it down on the south wing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

Marriage, Lawrenson & Laidlaw. Marriage, Lawrenson, AND Laidlaw, CATTLE SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE, FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, : :--.'" VALUERS, Ac IST of Pelodicol Stock Sales:- Toongabble.-On Inst -Wednesday' each month. Glengarry.-On .second Thursday each month. Mirboo.-On second Wednesday each month, Narracan.-On first Wednesday each month. Yinnar.--On third Thursday. each month. Trafalgar.-Quarterly, per advcrtlsement. HORSE SALE, Traralgon, last Thursday each month. .. PInoDVc SALE,' Tramlgon, very Saturday, 2 p.m.: Offices : Trralgon and Morwll. : Auctioneers: J. D. LAIDLAW and R. L. LAWnENSON. MORWELL. MONDAY, 'JULY 3s. MARRIAGE. ; LAWRENSON::.: AND . LAIDLAW will sell at their yards A grand mob of 1600THcad young cattle -In lots to suit buyers: ' L0 Poddles 8 Fat bullocks 20 Dry cows 30, 3-yr.-old steers 25 2 and 3-yr.-old steers 10 Springers " Also horses rnd pigs.; CLEARING SALE.: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. Jeeraling, 7 miles from Iorwell. "'~M IRRIAGE,. LAW...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 28 July 1888

H otel Notices. MURDOCH'S HOTEL, ;:rMa O ,'IO30RWELLL.. M?,1iMURDOCH, wishe s to inform hia nuierous frienda niid th o piblic generally thatho has .Rebuilt and Refurnisliz edlis ell :kowni Hostelry, wl?cro'' frinds isto.,, and others yi ll find Accommodation secon.d do non in Gipps-..: land ? n?r`. es a t?pipirite of th ~' Best Procurable Brands. .. ) : , B, ath Billiard e . i " -'' " " a .... t. ..,, a !r..rr -; 4EStobling andgr Civihty Gratis, ' ? WAIl 3IURDOCII, Proprietor. [AV'IG tfaken tl? pooesion of the abo?o first-elass Hotel, trusts to 'receive the msaue support occorded to his predecessor. SELECTORS' ARMS" HOTEL, S?!fJ PETERS, PROPRIETOR. ]VER.,'Attention Paid to the requir"ements of VISITORS and' Others. WNES AES,? AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST UQTALITY, KEPT. THE UB .HOTEL;, MOR ;ELL. iE ? lonnd Kellelie~r, i ?oprietor. ]IIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for visitors and Commercial Travellers. All Spirits,tAlos,; and WVinos of'tho choicest brands. Good Stabling nd pn ddockls. Cheap Ge...

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