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The Art of Dairying. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889

S;Thle A !? of .lla iryilt;. . [I~iy '3r, Crnawfonl, 'anager of the Governmetit Travelling Dairy.] If yon want to 'keep'cnws first see you have a Froper place to keep tlel. Many persins bihy a cow, and teno her not into a Spa4ldcek with no ?hade 'fromt the chilly ',lasta of winter, iiid' thl? say she is no •good. 'Tio very i;wtet -oc thlt love or anionov ciobi "' proennre :.wohld not tdo hurself justice .arider circn.lbstances like these.. Cows. delight . in, shade in the hot weather, and .will keep pl their milk supply msnclh longer if it, is given thozn; and also produce a superior quality, far walin they are out in" the s81111er son ail day they are sire` to he more or less Sfeverish. anl'then'thm inilk is' affected: at once; To winter if :shaelter is provided, *cews;will reqnire fai leies niorirshneon t, and it hass been proved tliat. cows .kept warnm will thrive oIwtter and milk iatter on' one fourth less food thrian if exposed to coll and wet., A a role out here, it will not p...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889

THE TIIOROUGHIIRinRED TROTTING SSTALLION "WILDFIRE " T statn .th . on at 'i r. Jan. McDougall's . f tid Farm, 31cryla, Morwell. WlT IL?liiE, ii tive years old,' a rich glosy brownb?. sntamsl 13 hands. and is beautifull'y made. with lots of Iome aord moscle. Heits?verr'fast. with perfect long easy action. and has taken prizes wherever shnow. iriclading two vat tihe National Agricult ralt Sciety's Shows,.Melbourne.. Wildfireis, ry. Firebell (wio was once tirst favnirite.for the Melbourne Cup). Danm, Sttettle's: .champion . trotting mare Polly. Firebell by l'ircworks, dam, the imlprrtdl mare Mlavvell. ' Terms;nfour gilneans, two 'ginrera' at time oi service, bialance iwhe mares prove in foal. Maees led to the horse two glnecas at time of service, one guinesa tiheni they prove in foal. Guarantee fivi guineas. - Al.o, TILE SPLENDID .TOUNG TROTTING S ISTALLION ,: Pioneer `II. W'ill sercir.ei fea ,alprrrnad mater Pioneert I Inis a elrentif dirk brom. otainls 16 hIands, and is very rpowerfu...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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SYNOPSIS OF AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889

SYVOVSIS OF AUCTION SALES. MA-fltAIC, T AWR1{SO\ C T.AIVIAWV.-Thnr %vcll. X~nlar, J min $ 14-Ili--arcer cattle, Sc.. Tninilpun martt to-iuluy. Olt ucuulua f W. Mmiduhll, Fiey., on Tuudy Januly uy 22-Lad at 1)rltiuur1 .

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Gippsland Shires Group. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889

GilppslntuI Shires Group. We ro-prolduice from tile GCIPrsr.AN In[EcuIy, some remarks anent the establishment of a Gippland Shires Group, a norovellnt whllich was set on( font by Cr. Geclh, and has been advolcate: in these eCnnoii as an offective means of securing an adequate recngnition of the wants of Gippslandl : " Ai movement is on foot for tme estah lishlnent of a Gippsland Shires Groop, on tie same principle as the Municipal Association of Victoria, the initiators tleing the Narracan Shire Council, the follnowing resolltion having heen carried at the list meeting of that hIndy.- That this conncil deem the present time opportune for the fnoreation of a Ginpsland Sllires Group for the furtherin and connserving their Interests in the nmatter of light rail ways andl State subsiidy, as will as other q:uestions of common imnport, and that the President he askedl to convene n conferenco in February next to carry the above into effect.' In acordanceo swith this resolution i conference...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889

'I'Topics of the WeclI. AmronCLTtnAL, Sect IYT'.-A meeting of the Mlrssell Agrietdtltorl Scifety will take place to-day in the Mecalnics' lus',itute at 2 o'elock. TitARALt.L os COUNCIL.-There was no melilng of the Traralgon Shire Council this iweek. ns some of the members weree busy harve.sting, ned n quorum could not be obtained. It seems to us that a member from the South would be very Iueful. in order to enable the business of the shire to be prnceeded with. notwithcstantding the assertions that he would not attend. 31cEvI2oYi& Co.-We have received from 3foesrs. McEvoy and Co. of 21 Market.street Melbomrne, their annual circular wlich shows tlhat the extont of the firm's trans actlros Ihai'retnr dl enormously within the last fewyears. This rapidity of increase in the volume of their bllciness is a sufli?ieot gucrantet onf'the eclterriose and buclltsinccs. like capabilities of the managemcent. The amnouts nts lvnncel ihrccth their agency in ISRQ reached aoc aggregate of £6...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889

Marriage, Lawrenson & Laidlaw MARRIAGE, J LAWRENSON, AND LAIDLAW, CATTLE SALESMEN\ A. STOCK. ESTATE. FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL CO.\I.ISSION AGENTS.. rVllu?tlotIs carrefullninalo. Il,:IlS on land nlgotinted. Stock Siles' held'in'all the leading centre."~ Cleairirn Sales iroplerly condiucted. T I'roperties for sale in this and adjoining districts.. OFFICES: Traralgon and Morwell. AnctinTccers : J. D. IlAIDLo iand R. L. TIW.nEsseN. MORWELL, M .ONDAY, JAN. 14. M "ARIIAGE, IAlAWRENSON, AND n .L ,AIDGAU W will sell at their,yards . on above slnte- - 50 Yearlines a 25 Heifers, 2 yrs old i 5 3-.yr.-old steers ii 10 Cows and calies 20 Store cows 6 Springers 11 Store pigs 16i 2Syr..old sters 100 Wethers, in good order * ,TUESDAY, JANUAlRY. 22. ,MARRIn AGE, LAWRENSON AND V LAI DLAW have received instructions from W. Murdoch, Esq., to offer for sale, on the above date, at his hotcl 100.ACRES LAND at Darlimurlan miles from Darlimurla Railway Station. - Albout 70 acres fit for snawmilling. r...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889

BUSINESS. DIRECTORY Adaertieements under this head will bi inserted for 2.. Od. per quarter. A :DONALDSON Merchant. The oldent, , a cheapest, sad bet, Coimmercial.ruad, ,- orweal..L ,t .., , AVANA~H 'a ?ARRIS,; Cheap Cash Ac., ,Com ,erial-road, Morwe.l. S WILLIAMS, Boot Manufacturing Ea, Company, Commercial.road, Norwell. All sorts of boots always on hand. E KELLEHER. Club Hotel,. Commer i .':clal.road. Morwell. Best brands kept. Good stabling. Commercial-road, Morwell. F L.DAVIDSON, Hairdresser, Tobacco. a. .nias, and Stationer. Agent for all maganines and newspapers. Every novelty secured., Comnmercial-road,Morwell. J: RIN+TOULL Blacksmith, Wheel. t:L wright, Chaurmaker, ke., Commercial road,' Morwell. JOHN SENLISH, Auctioneer, Stock and J._Statlou Agent, Statlon.trett, Narwell. Charges strictly moderate. M ATSON I CO., General Storekeeper, M 'Commercial.road, Morwell. Boots and Shoes a speciality. MA RRIAGE, LAWRENSON & LAID. .I.I LAW, Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Estate, Fila...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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A Voice from the Street [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889

A voice'frminthe,Street"-" C(it P'eantci ~asr a 'iCKLt i.), " iMarriages ore registered in Ileaven. ' so it is said, ut Ithl one I'nl talking abilout wais registerel at HIatelweood NIrlh. and 4 Ill swear there's no compariuon hetieeni the two places. unless it's the dillicnity of getting there -in wet' weather. Itowever, 'that is irrelevant tis the' subjuct ibeore thei chair. Mr. Thlnipeon and Miss Cranwell have, through the ngencey of the Rev. J. G. Wilson, joinedl hstitdandhleartn, antI sworn to erosn theo:tornt? sea of lifetogether. I did'nt get an invitation, nlthongh I worried 'our worthy tnpsttnistress' out of life hIV continnully :.sking "Anyr letters for Pickle ?" btut I lhave heard' that thie bride wais mo)stelegantly attired, as also Were foutr pretty bridesnutild. In the local Nlechni?tcw ITustitito. the' samne evening many of,the frierids' ofthin yltng cnnlte danced _ inet'rily. till,. morning. The GAzzRrre saysn " Mr andt Mrs Thompson have onr.bensta wishes," and for th...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Execution of Louisa Collms. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 12 January 1889

Execution of Louisa Collins. -o- The nnfortunate woman, Louisa Collins, whose case has excited so muh interest of late, was executed on Tuesday morning.   A vigorous agitation was got up in the sister colony with a view of obtatining a conisnutntion of the sentence of death. No imitigatiog ciremn.stances conhl he alleged in 'extenination of the crilne for ?\'liclh thle tlfortlniate womalln lhas now i'ufered the dread penalty of the law. .More colhlblnded and fici;lishlly riliherate crimes than tihe murdil er of her two hisbands-Anlrews and C.llins--are not to be found in the annals of crime. There conhi he no possible reason, while capital pinislhlont remains as the statutory expiation of th crimeo of murder, why this double-dyed ninrderess sholnil not setler the extreme penalty of the law. Of course an attempt was made to prove that the woman was the victim of ai norhid hltlit of mind, lpredisposing her to what some of her sympathliRsers term "poison mania," which erei...

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A Valuable Plant. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

A valenabl? fLudr plant c?nled "T''oesite" it highly spoken. of by a writer in an . Anleriean papet, He says that he bought n package of the sceit to experiment with, having it desire to raise the hbet folder plantt obtatilhhle in New Eng:lltl. It waM said to. groe 12ft high, that. nun plnt. wnould he sunticient to feedi a ?i air f cittle :fOr 2 hours, and that, an nrany na 85 ,stalks have been grown frono' one scidl. The triteC-' reports his 'experient n'? follnwst-- 1. plantedi it 'on the 6th ,Mua, Itst,.tinit It" -: came up in the thn!i of tielid.matie, nnl grntw rapidly until the middle "E J3ti*. ec~IeduiIeg the growth of ?ueld or even' green: malze "ur any ensilage Ilant I have revr uned: It' was hoed three thues At .this inme the.heat and droughtenme on. Its growth wasrn checkekd, and its dark green enlour was cltangdil it. yellow, and it. stti 'seome threei weeks at 15itt high.. When the rain came, in July.lIts dark greetn hn returned. andi it grew again its rapidly as lwfnre...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

Crichet. A cricket match was playe?d t f'ialville on the 12th inst., ibhtwoun the airracan chills lul a Inlol eleven resultinsg in tll delfeat of the formler hlr 3 wickets lnd ii runs. As siay bIe juldged firom tlhe scoren appsiIund the bowling on bolth slaes woos extremely icigood. aIltogethler toll Islst. in fact, for tlhe oItting. 'There was quite is flock of "ducks" in the first innings of Narracaln llsen. no less than 7 eiing clsl lailnl, ii osllici.llt Iroof thalt the (snilville bowlers wer5e sin tile spot." The loIal men, in their first essay with tile hat were also ennsidersbly worried s y the vi.iting Iowlers, alslsd sei? evidently not ait holme alt tile wickets, or, at assy' rate, were not illowed to riliain oit hlolme long enough toIs iake big scores, itis they inly sseceecded ill totaling 28, 19i of which msst be credited to lies, who played a good inling?s. In their second Innings tie visliting team were ullnable to scorl molllre lth?n 17 Ihefore the last man found his ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Morwell Agricultural Society. SATURDAY JANUARY 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

- SATUroDAY ,Jan?UARY'12TH. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above society was held on Saturday after n11on last, whlen there was' a good attendance. CO?NESPODECE. . From nVm. McNabb, enclosi or chcqles from John Smyth, antd Messrs. McCloud and Booth as donations. Frosm Ir: Crawford, Inltimating that tile T''avelling Dairy was due at Morwell oil thile 15th illst. and asking if arrangemnts lhand been made for its receltio.n. The Secretary stateiI that he had relielld informing Sir. .Crowford, that ,verythilig had beetn looked to, and e hd Ie s ubsequently? received an acknowledgment of s0eh reply: wherein JIr. Crawford expretssed hii satis. faction. and intimated that lie would bring his own homrsworks.-?Iiceiheld. From Slessrs. ,lohn .Stuphenson , and Co., stating that they had selected the trophy they intended to lresent, and okiing thallt t be inot less than a secondt prize or a special. It was resolved that the trophy leI awanled ns first prize in section ( of DaUniry produce ...

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Mysterious Disappearance. SUPPOSED TO BE LOST IN THE BUSH. THE BLACK-TRACKERS AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

Mysterious Diusappearlnc! . SUPI'OSeID. TO IIE? : LOST IN THE :BUSII. TIHE IIL.ACK-TRACKERS AT WORK. Since Saturday last a man named Patrick Kiernan, in . the employ of Mr Pri'len, of Jeeraling, has been missing, and is suppossed to be lost in the hesh. It appears that the man had been working for Mr Purden for about a week and 'amopedin a hut' with three others. On Saturday two of the men want to Yinnar for. provisions, and on returning discovered that their.mates were miissing. One of the men, him'over, who was wdrking for Mr llalnister, hotolkeeper, of MatFra, turned up in Sale, but throws no light on the disappearance of the other; .whose clothes and other possessions are still at the hut. Thlre is a creek about half a mile from the place, blint the men were not the habit of going there. Search parties have been out without laving found any trace of tlhe missing Ilan. Two Iblck trackers arrived in Morwell on \Wednes day, and on Tlhrsdlay moaning proceededI undler the direction o...

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A Voice from the Street [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

A Voice fromt the Street (lIl PEtR:r?l.Eu L'CKlEt..) I hear that Mr. T. Watson is giving a prize at tile forthcoming show for tile bht patch on a pair of trlousers. Now a plair of Lonteors is a wide expanse and IMr. Watson .ivos no definiteo idea wihere he would like the fair seamstress to plnce this patch, and tihe thought naturally occnur, slnlpoie intending competiitors hoolt ulp n id pair of britches whorne is the hdle ninot likely t, be 1 If the sewinglsl done neatly it will take the julges somne time t "strike tilhe patch." unless they study this lup n little. I think a gorl plari wonll be to inform the judlge to whnm tilee ros?,.rs belonged lefore being cast ofi. his weighit and habits of life. This will give themn a cie. For itnstance if thle former r.cuplier were someone who rnll IInllehllina how they might natornlly go for the knees ; or if a clerk onlle li?t thev might Ilk nil the -- . hibut there, I exi?pet they r maill nagllllie tt julllg this little bit iof farceywork ...

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Morwell Police Court. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19. Before A. W. Howitt, Esq. P.M. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

iorwell Police Court. -4------ TItuLSDAY, JA1U.tHrY 19. Before A. W. l*wltrft El'. I-31. LICENF. J. D1, Morris applied fornhanwker's license. -= Grated, AS.AAULT. Police v. John aslnucee. chargel with with nesault. and resisting the police on the 26,th l)Dcemtar at Norwell. Constable Oilfedlder, sworn, said he was coming honm from the 3lorwell races, where he hal been onil duty, and saw John Eustace and anotheui nlan, whom he did not know, lighting, and when he tried to arrest himn h) resisted. It, was intoxicated. Constable aillef corroboruted t h evidence of Constable,: ilfudder, The accused, oa being asked what he hadi to say for Ilimsnlf said-" It's no good saying anything." As there were two other charges and Purcell, the benceh decided to defer setitenoce. I'olic v. Same. charged with asnaultlng Wm. oloan, and reastling the Police on 22nd lnst. at Mirbhoo Nirth. .James McSNlty, barman. Fitzlpstrick's hotel, sworni stated that he saw ncaoced strike a man ta the bar. and that wh...

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Dairy Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

Dairy Farthing. AMr. D. E. Martin, Sacretarv of Agri. culture, has been firrnisedl ul Mr. A Crlwford, imanager oif the Government tavelling dairy, with the following report Ilpnn dairies visitel hy hits in tie North. c.at andI Goulbiran Valley di.riers: lhaving spent the past fihe nmonthe amolngst the dairies and dairying listricts of the North-eastern and Goi;lburn Valley portions of Victoria, it is just possible that my obser'ations may be of soma interert, andl perhaps instruction, to those who have an interest in dairy farming. In the comparatively cool dlstrics of the colony I have often heard complaints about not buei- able to mnake hotter in the hot weatlee, w?ile np near thet Mrray some farmers manage to make it all the year round. Of the coolest dairy building that I saw, the largest, and leat perhaps, was at Dnokic Agricultnral Cnllege. It was huilt of brick, two stories high, the lower one quite underground, andl lbu three roofs, and a wide verandah in front. The lower ro...

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Post Year's Land and Property Market. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

Past Year's Lind andl IProperty NMarket. The enthusiastic, lnsuspeutinlg editor of the Land tand ProperlIt Record trots out the following little idiosyncrasies relating to the fluctuations of land vnles hf. Victor's as bnhl to the wounded souls of those who have .lost their thnouands from no more assignable cause thnll tenloraryv dranllgement or an absence of purpose in the succession of events : The "land hoomn" lls temporirily hlb silfed, but it is not deotl--by no mlans so. It only sleeps. With the easement of the m?cay market, the transactions in real estate will revive. Thero are, of colrse. many who assert thatthe present prices cannot he maintained, and we believe that a greatt mtiany are endeavouring to dispose of citV anrd slarlirban properties becamle they fancy the inxinnutllll valno is reached if nit iver-r..arch.d. 'Theoe nre the gooul folk wiht, jumlp at conclutsoiuo without ca'elnation on COllmllltationi; they prefer to leap Ilindlfold into the probabilitiae of the fu...

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THE Morwell Advertiser SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1889. FRAUDS IN THE TITLES OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

THE .....:.SATU1RDAY,;.JAUARY 1I, 1889. FRAUDS IN THE. TITLES OFFICE ExTt.conos?anv, revelations are being mdule as to the mananer in which the busi ness of the Titles'Oflice has becen carried on for vears.' The colmntns of the danily press are full of unsavoury details elicited in the evidence given before the coinuission now sitting with a 'iew to sifting the matter to the bottom There seems to havoe Ion positively n, check whatever to the indiscrlimnate looting of the Public cash-boxes by any employe of the Departmcent who felt an inclination towards the unlawful acquire ntent of other people s money. Ancient Pistol says, " Steal, foh! a tico for the phrase; convey, the wise it call." Well. there stemls to have been an enormous amount of convreyaning transacted by officers of this department, as would seem only proper front their having so much to do with titles. Unfortunately tlhe particular form of conveyancing most in vogue with tlhdee gentleinan seems to have been of the kind...

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Sawmilling. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

Sawmilling. • -o- - eo extract from the AGE a letter of considerable interest to sawmillers and other persons engaged in the timber trade: l Slz,--Several articles have recently appeared in the AO. purporting td deal with the conversation of State forests within thia colony, but to my mind the writer has failed to grasp the tree points at issue, and has therefore arrived at unfair deductions neither do these articles point ont any solution of th?e difticulties involved in briiging ahout a settlement of a very important ?nnd vexations question - a question that has front time to teie occupied the Legislatures and the litlisters of this colony. without anything of ia really sonld and practical natre ecclring freno their lhbors. 'T'ie ttnfair ness I complain of in the nrtfcles Ippear ing in yosr colemns is that thter imply that the now millers am getltng" their logs for nothing; or next to nothing: tlht they are destroying the timber wholesale t ano that they are ,saking rapid fortunes...

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Clalming Damages. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889

Chlll nlli D;nslages. -4---e The following is a copy of a letter sentt to the Maldon Shire Council claiming damages for injuries received on a bud Frying pan gully, Mnckleford ranges To the shire conncillor of the slhire of Maullon. tiontlemanl as I was going home to my lnut last Satlrday night which was very luark as you all know t tultbledt over the footpath on the opposite side of the road to thi oid Cumberland Inn, which as you all know is very narroev and deep in some places when I tumbled I had in my hand "lb of tripe which 1 got at Upton for I., I conllent find it again it was so nufol dlark so I expect it dog must liave got it next morning in tmy coat pocket I had a bottle of cordial which I paid tI for at the Kangaroo well that bottle was smashed to pieces when I full and I dident get a drop of it after a while I picked myself up inful suro and got home at two in the morning whllen I took tay clothes off I found my breeches split op a good deal I sowed it up in a rough kind...

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