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Making Butter in Hot Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889
Wikitll Butterr in list Weuther. S[FROM -._ EXCII.-N.Ke If the cows have received the necessary attention with regarni to their foal supply thie next maltter 'o?f inportaico is to 0e4I that thoe ailk" iasanot nly:, .lproperly takern fia thie- co 'eint' 'thalt it is ipro~erly treatCedI linediately after. t rThuatmie; that tie nilkers ate clat n in their habits ; that the pans tre prtolerlyseealled utalaolnane I for this last prwtoees ita ofgreater Iitnper tarace tlmn orhinaryi -pmerdanla-- atragaie. A thorough.dlrying.ald .leting is ai wonder= ful'ptritier. Tlae.p:ilns- andl milk dishe lhavia? recoivl popl r cire and treatrment 'tloe tertnof thlec a,?ws iidler should nodt by anv'noetns bo overlooked.- If fonll in any wiy, apply it little wa.ter to. relnov tlhe ofl?thin e ,?t Litte.?. Of cournse'th; 'teata havoAro'v~ w'la` etili "neglected. - Didcolored tin'grt and laalds dulring thle-process ar not ttelie toldrated fur a noment. lHaving Iooketl'nttlrhes?onatter, wer now coain to tlhe...
A Trifle Warm. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889
A Trifle Wiitrmi. .o. Acc'nlin to tic ?The Eur .Aetirsrrl, the YeShi'ra'C?tiancillors' iralnt avet to con ducting their meetings in theatoil stereotyped style of Oippslnnd coiuialls:: They? go in for a little diversion now aid lhen), as witness this-- scene fromt the last plih : SCrt..Welistr : -Cr. r'urc.llt?.,yiuar omrdr a dlaopicanble Ihihnnieaded larrikir . Cr. Purcell J: noti, go on. ;..Cr. C\ebtchr,; Yaes. you air, oIly han over growfn, adcspi?tble, batldliandeiilarriklr.'" I have been fighting agalnst the shopl, over thel way for'years pa:st,; nniFwllleontinue t?-d? so. If-not suplonrted by',the Council-I will ntill.to .o-,tofligit, andl iwtll"fight; agnit.nn al creatiorn."'rthis oddity, L. Purcell; gets up and says that no'ore oltside tie nmembers of thL counacl ,weret emnpmweed to?sig?a '1 Cr.,Vatrcdll' rin to a point 'of, orer. I i.'olntnfnin "..th;it thea ;ounall' i chaeite linae nnttbehotigeld ilt jttiialiSn pse .. " Ct. H'olorte: ;litara beau aikal'to Aigi in a publ~ti ...
Narracan Shire Council. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889
arnraca Shire Council. Fntnxatr AR. T 18. 'The ordinary meeting of the narmra'n ialire Council was hIeld on Fridar, the 18th. l'rnent-ers. ltlarhoripe (P'resident), Puope, Geach, Powell. IIbwlett, ltoubiawn and iHampton. From Pnltic lealth Departmlent, request ing reprt fair 1888. From same, forwarding copy of "The Public lealth Act 1888." . 'From Guovernment Statist, requesting to hte'furnished with return of this mmunicipal district. ,Frmt Publie Works Department, stat ing that thei item of £47, to assist in con stnacting main road and bridges, the coun ?ilto expend £46 16s in addition appeared Yn'them timnates for 1888-9. SFromn eatne, that the item of £150, to anRist in conntructing main road leading to -Tngil anald Ransell' creek, cotncil to espentl allditional, £150, appeared on tile estinmates for 1888-9. Front P'rederic Dune, public anavyist to the Local Board of Mealth, Shire of Narra can, reportingtihat ho had notreceivied any samples of fooli or drink for examination from...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889
Stua Notices. THE THOROUGHBIIRED TROTTING -. . STALLION "WILDFIRE " '£ stand this ?eason at Mr.'Ja?. McDougall's stud Farm, Meryla, Norwell., . W ILFIRE is five years old, a rich glossy brown. stands 5I hands, and is Icmtifully made, with ,its of bone nxd muscle. Ile is very fast, with perfect long easy action, and has taken prizes wvherever •shown, including two at the'?'?ational Agricltural Society's Shows, Melbourne. Wildfire is.by Firebell (who' was once first favourite for the Melbourne Chp).'Dam; Stiettle's champion trotting mare -Polly. Firebell by Fireworks, dam, the imported mare Maybell. Terms, four guineas, two. guineas at time of service, balance when mares prove in feot. Mares led to the horse two' galneas at time of service, one guinea when they prove in foal. Guarantee five guieas. " Also, . THE SPLENDID YOUNG TROTTING . STALLION 'Pioneer II. Will serve a few approved mares. Pioneer II, is a beautiful dark brown. nstands 16 hands, and is very powerfully made. He is on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889
MMriap, LMwnron & LAidaw MARRIAGE, LAWRENSON, AND SLAIDLAW; ' CATTLE SALESMEN,: STOCK. ESTATE. FINANCIAL, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, SValuatians carefully made. zsDlinum nland'negotiat. '' a * MSk S-sNI held in all t-he leading centrfm. CiCl~e r lSal " properly csnducted. r o'Ft*pertii for salu ei' ia ls and adjoining districts. .. OFFICES: Traralgon and Morwell. Auctioneers: !.J.4.lrn.jM4AW nodit. L.LjLWA aSso.N. TRkARALGON MONDAY, JAN. 21. M1AlRIAG E...LAWRENSON, AND IV.."'ILAIDLAW `will oell'at their yanrd on above date S 14 Wtorkers and tackle , '14 do do * .'"2Fntibullfrk" a - fi--^T 'i I A^ UritElmi ifNAR Y NOTIlE. I ,TRAAArGAV., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY I % 1 AEIIAGE. LAWRENSON, & LAID Il. ..,LAWl, iave. lcen:favoured witl instrietions.from G. EVANS., ESQ, (whose Slace lis'expired) tosell by Public Auction on tlhe albvedlate, without.reserve SAll hli Dairy and other Cattle. Horses Pig'. etc. "" " T'-.TUESDA'Y,' .JANUAURY,22.. M AlRIIAGO. -LAWI ENSON AND SLAIDLAW h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889
BUSINESS , D.IRECTIORY , dAertisements utder this Aead will :,.: be iaerted for 2s. Od. per quarter. A: DONAIDSON, Merchant. The oldest, ,' A. .'cheapest, sad best, Commercial-toad, !Norwell. w.ANAvANAGfi , HARRIS, ,Cheap Cash' ·- * Store."- 1apersG oomer osnc Om et ic, Commerlal-road, Morwel. ' WILLIAMS, Boot Manufacturing .L Company, Commercial.road, Norwell. All sorts of boots always on hand. E; KELLEHER, Club Hotel, Commer. E clOroad, Norwell. Best brands kept. Good stabling. Commercial-road, Mowell,, 1 L DAVIDSON, Hairdresser, Tobacco. ,1J.o.nl' :-and Stationer. Agent for all eimagd'dc and newsplpers. Every novelty decured. C ooertlial.road,MoWC l. " j' BRINTOULL, Blacksmith, Wheel. wright, Churamaker, te., Commercial doad, Norwell. TOHN:ENGLISH, Auctioneer, Stock and I t.. Station Agent, Station.street, Murwell. Charges strictly moderate. : 'jIATBON k CO., General ; Storekeeper: - Commsercialatroar, NMetwell. Boots ,ad Shoes a speciality." ,. .4jARRlIGE, LAWRENSON & LA...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889
Topics of the Week. CnOIClCT,-The Traralgon cricketers' visit IMorwell to-day. Er.cTore's RiaiGTS.- Tlhre were over 90 elector's rights taken oat for the electoral district of South Gippalond. LEcTuoR.-To.night a lecture will be given by Mr A. Crawford on "Dairying" in the Hazel wood North Mtcehanics' Institute. PunBLe IC lLnAY.-Snturday next, tile 28th inst., has been gazetted apublic holiday ,throughllut Victoria in commenoration of the first settlement of Australia in 1788. NEws FOn LADIES.--W. D. Leslio and Co., of Sale, direct the attention of the ladies of Gippsland. In another column, to the opening of their great summer fair, where they can obtain anything they want at half the origlnal cost. ELECTIONS.-Reference to nor adsvertising columns willt show' that lMr A. C. Groomti announces that lie will present himself as n candidate for West Gippnland. Thor e electors know the worthl of Mr Groom in the Legis lative Assembly so that comment from us is needless. ATHiLETIC C? Ln.-f...
The Boolarra Pienic. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889
The Boolarra Picnic. -o- (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) A most succesaful picnic took place at Boolarra on Friday, the 11h, in the well- known paddock of Mr. Penaluna's, who very readily granted the committee use of a portion of the paddock, a very nice shady spot on the banks of the river Morwell, situated at the rear of his well-known hotel, where upwards of a hundred of the folks turned up to take part in the very nicely arranged picnic where all sorts of amusements were freely entered into, some excellent running and jumping by the children being much admired, which proved the children of Boolarra were real good athletes. An ex- cellent spread was very nicely laid out by the ladies of Boolarra, which was heartily cnjoyed by all present. The ladies were untiring in their efforts to give general satisfaction which was throughly proved by the hearty manner in which all enjoyed themselves. After the spread several races were made up, one especially proved very exciting, between two of our ...
Boating Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 19 January 1889
Boating Fatality. &nbsp; A lamentable boat accident appears to have occurred at Corner Inlet on Sunday last, resulting in the loss of four lives, namely, J. T. Forrester, storekeeper, Wm. Sykes, laborer, Geo. Barret, laborer,; and Jas. Pinkerton all of Foster. lnformation reached here last evening from Foster that the persons named had left the landing for a day's boating, and had not since been heard of. Messrs. H. Avery, E. Gar- &nbsp; land and Robert Smith left here in the former's boat lost night, and another search party left this morning. The former had just returned, after searching the bays and islands without success. but brings news leading to the belief that all are lost. A box containing provisons has been picked up near Doughboy Island, unopened. It is also alleged that Cripps, a fisherman residing on the north shore of the inlet, observed a boat on Sunday morning about two miles from the shore apparently in trouble. He went into the house for his glass,...
A Mystery of Mysteries. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
A 3Iystery ol' lySterieis. The following front " Cra hstirk " of the Gipp.l.Ial 31 Eocni', deals with the iinystery of mysteries" the Patterson lisaipeoarance ani rniappearalce : 'lThe Paltterson yarn is not yet done with, nt the queer story, indeul, was w-orthy of the pagIes of the TRUT, tihe faonns Lont.lon journal which always vindicates its title, is thea theme of matl.y a enmmont. The "Ilenlnign Independelnt" which joornml, has been " Iiycotted " Iby thie liner.a' Assoil?tion belenuce if somoii trmnitnpry disputi ahout the tlnluhber Of apprentices in the nlico, ti.i? liSenrorses: !'Tlhe " Gippaland Mercury " Ihas un mnerciflly dli.sseceil lelm gilinig and wnOtndrons story toll a few dayvs ago hy the 3ulholrnem " Ileral I" as nto the waindrc inig., of the long iiniing" nictioneor, J. S. Patterson, his last lbeing seen one night, 18 mnntls nego, at the \'Warrniail railway' station, awl th .n hlis lieiapplearin, its if the grrnwml d , l swa;nllowel hii. 'Patterson, liefore .starti...
Thorpdale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
T Horpdale. A meeting was held ait Air Dickinson's., Thorpdole, on Tuesdi3y last, for the purpoose of enniderini tit. desirability of building ia Mechanic'h instituto nt Tiolpdlid. Ahimt "O0 genutlemen wrt?oir present. Mr AicMltahon, sen., waso, vated to the chair. •'Thi Chairman in d h'rouing the meeting mentioned va1'ius pIrao' pa fI.r which the iha!I c,?a', be rl!,[, utns of and t se ,ffo:.l the restident tn:iloy tgreat ten?lits. whiolh ;t Iresenlt tuy ido not deriveo. After somne lenlgtht) dliscnssiol it wtas fl.illy delciled to appoint II enmtittee of serven in iiinhers, nll for .tilch purponse ballot was taken with thei rnsult thllat the follnwi:rlg \wte returnel. Me.srs M1e+Mtaionn Mortimter, Ilo'wlett. I)Dollgoas, U'I':l?e, Dickinson and J. liowlett. A con000Itte mueting was .held itnme diat?.ly nfnrtroardi to arranno various matters appertaining to tlhe abovre.
THE DISTRICT. Narracan. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
THiE DISTRICT. Narracan. The ordinary omnthly meeting of the Ntarrtcan branch of the Victorian Farmers' Protection Asnot:iation was held at the Tlistiltute on Thilnidlay evenullin, the 17th inst., the l'resident, Mr. Auchterlmuie, in the clhir. IT tie absenItC of Mir. T. Swrig,, the secrutary, Mr. J. Powell was appuointed to till the p?sitiod. The chairman intlro.lced the buniness by rleading t circular fromt the chairman of the cnctral Ildy cnvening a special general convention of dlclgalte to be hluh at thoTown H[all, Meulboutrnt on Wednesd lay (th February at 10 anat. Thu business is to receive reports of delegates on the progresa made in bring ing the Group system as agreed on at the conference into effective operationt and to inmake such further arrangemuutn s tas lmay bu ldeemed neccssary in ordelur to perfect tie systentt. To take such other maclsures as may be connidlred expedient to protmote unity of action and concentration if uffort in the approaching elections for Ptrlia...
Thorpdale South. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
Thorpdale South. A meetirg was held at TLhorpdlalo on the 19th inst., in urdlr to tLake steps to hattve thue Ntrracan Volley Il?il way line ex tendedl southwarl s to the Gre it Siuthern line. Mr. J. Lloyd occupied the chair, antd hrietly explained the object for which the moUeting tad i ee~ll coUnvened, stating tltMt a nervUe of the roult of tihe proposed line hadl Iletls lroidly tn:ade, and its pnet ticllaility proved. It was resolvud to procure a tracing indlicating the districts to Ia traverstul y the Ipropose line, andi showing th, pollalttin lwhiclth wull( Ie henatited by its construction. It was reuollved, it order tlo beginl .nl imllleliate anrld systeU tic al?it.tion for the con struclion of the line, that a nlumbller of railwaty leagilue shoul, llhe formedl ilong the proposed rtoue, that all infEoraationn proclnrable hllollttl Ile at once obtainedl, itlllt tllhat dleplttions frol th vrillous ccultres shollubti l, I organisedll .?;lut c lltntr"" aldjacent to the line it dlen...
Childers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
Childers. Tie wvea'her durtne th,- past week has been .ery war, (quite a con.rntet t.I the hot waither w hae he h li lately. We held our usual fortnigihtlyv Ieeting of the .I.I.A. non the evening of the 121ih. After the usual business wals conchlei. it waes lecidled to postpone the election of otlicers till next eting. owilng to the small ?atten:lance of iiembllers. The editor then lprlleerded to real tile "Quarterly ial gauine" which wnas as follows :-e "Slhoui bachelors over :iG years of age he taxed," by 31. '. Whelan. ' Shire matters," by E. .. Diver. " Flies.'. by ,Ir. P. Dalvies, alnd " Tlhe bject or obhjOcts E womlen," by .Mr. W. Birvan. There was a nmitlorate aolntllll of dis: clasion on the variols i allljects by the few Inelmbers preuenot. We ar' left in the lark as to the subject of next mneeting
Morwell Agricultural Society, Morwell, 8th January 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
I?orwell Agricuiltural Society, ... orwell, 8thlJanuary 1889. To A. Crawford, Esq., SSir,--ln reply'to your communication of the 7th inst. I have the u honor to inform you that the quantity of milk required will be supplied, there is no engine.;but lion? \Will sbe supplied If required,. lThe Ilace where it Is proposed that'tho Dairy shall work, is. at Mr Maclnesss farm. about 83 miles from 'Moivell. 'Mr fColfnut has arranged tomecet you onyoutj arrivalut Maortell. Thecommitlee and others will avail them-. esolves of the oppurtulity of hearing year lecture 'onthe mannos eiane t of Bees durian your stiy In'theadistri?t?; tAsraigomeoats cas be made for the dellhceiy of'thelecture after ayour arrival; :- .. " Kindly inform mo' by' Saturday ii hese htrangemetts will suit yot as thueCoininittee incet on that day Ihate the hosouir to be, ott, , IIOWLeTT. Seenothry,
The Crawford Imbroglio. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
-:.:Tlle -Crawford Ihubreglio. The followoig lha been handed; to us noriptblic?tion by Mr. F. Howlett, secre tary Morwell Agricultural Society:-, : ' b TO THE EDITOR.i SSIR,-?In reading :: tbe report on'. the lecture `givenn by Mr. Crawfordl, the mantiager of t'loi Travelling dairy, . on Sitnrda: e'venirirlast, I observed .t state Itnent made'by that gentlemanai in reply to ia question fronm MrI Murdocl-" If there Is any fanlt to find 'iot have yourselves to Iblamo I: wrote, tnthe secretary asking for information; and even rodle out.to- lis placi; tilt did not see hi iii neither ilid .hu yvrite to toe on the oiatter." -,t -:..:. 1i' Aiit regard to Mir. Crnawford coniing Out too mIy placoe and not seeing me inay lbe correct, no aplpointmenit being made to tmieet mni it ny, plunce or any, where else, "bit his statiteien that I ldid not write hlin in reply to his letter ins incorrect, which is provedl by the telegran nheo sent in reply viz "-",The: iarrangi monts .'satisfactairy 'vill ...
Buln Buln, January 7th 1889. Secretary Agricultural Society, Morwell. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
S .' Jaiunry'7th 1889. Sc " eretary Agriclt?ral Society,' S Morwull. : ' r'S,--. li vei ti honIor io- Informn yon: that the Government Travelling Dairy is due *at Morweli,'on; the: 1Lith' Insti. 'Ph quantity of milk required 'i about 56giis. Will you please let ne know if you will .rovido:-horses or engine, so tlait I inay know whether or no to send our horssewrks. Where is it proposed Illnt the dairy .slall work ? An early answer will much oblige: I have the honor to be, sir, Your obedient servant, A . LEX. tllAWFORD.
Department of Agriculture. Melbourne, 11th June, 1889. Melbourne, 11th June, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
: Departmlentrof Agriculture. l Mellibourri, I th June. 1889. Slu,-I have the honor to ilform yon that arrangemcnto s areu ?eing made for pro curing a dairy plant which is to be taken to different parts of the colony uider the calnrge of an expert who wilt explairn the principles of working the mnchinery and Implolments kc. . In order that a roalt, by which the dairy may he taken. many beh decidd upon, I sshil feel obliged by :your inforning,me if the committee of your society is willing to provide time ute of u soithale form or buitlding inntwlhic the dairy can bcslhown in operation, togetlher with "necssary lhom.es for motive onwcr, alsJ a soufllieult suipply of milk for use in the dairy. I may imentiotn that; the pIdroLet from the milk will be delivered to tihe suppiedr, or the, milk will be paid for. I have the' honor to be, Sir, Your mlost obedlient servant. DI. E. MAIITIN. Secritary for Agriculture. To tie Secreary, Agricultural Society, ,hlorwell.
A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
A Voice from the Street. --o (BY PEREGINcne PICKLu..) "What can you expect for fonrpencee " as the old woman said. Well, not much; hbut I think we deserve somcthing subhstantial for £3.00J, and yet we have receive l nothing-nbsolutely nil. Why, any of our old dairymten could teanch us more in the way of butter-makiln over-a long shandy than Mr. A. Cra'wford has by exhibiting that Gorernment plaything-the travelling hairy---or by his " penny reading" ,on Saturdlay night Iast, which was uafortunately published before that gentlomao's orideal, tile only difference being the touching way he alluded to the "great hulking mntt" wlho allowed the " iloo womten" to do all the work Without proper appliances. This is pretty tall, consideritg that no appliances were shown that are not already used in the district by the rives, sisters. ind daughters of the "great hulking brutes" before referred to. The long anld the short of it is the Government. Travelling Dairy is a farce, and only another in...
Australian Native's Association. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889
Austnrlian a 1tive's Asoicioatiolh rite ordinary fortnightly meetino ht the Australian Native's Aesnciation was held last evening, a: Ituaton'S Art G?lley, Swanston-street, There way a fair rlttlnra dance of ittenhu.s mand represeonatives fomt ilie various suriurban branches. Mr Eagleson presided. . The secretary, Mr Colgan, irier to read ing the minutes of the previr,ms meeting, took tihe opportunity of alilogtiiing tIoM IlRhertsun, for the language he had used towards that gentleman at thit previont meeting. He reg.'uttad ii hei he ai allnvtud himself in t helast df the mitoneht tN make use of-init hiltig language it M.i' Rolbertson. ard ld tIt he freely and fiankly apologined to that gentlemin., tdilttirig thei apology .wold lhe ceelpted in the spirit inl which it was tuulere.tI. (1eair. hear). The minutles having Iteun conilnued and the usual routtin of busioti s was transhcted. 'The Chairman stated that it was hins dtuty to bring up thi report of the sepecitl conmfittee apptoin...