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Department of Agriculture, Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

SDelprtinent of Agriculture, Sr + ullatr;. StIn,-I have the honor to inform you that the TritLelliig dairy'ha4 beet nppoinoited to coumcmllc +work' at .orwcll on, thie lnth ~rodimo, 'nd it is requested that you. }till '??a a Iirse or engline power in reldiness fori working the plaunt; a securely +cclrosl tuisldlg' wilt albo .liu tcc?+i"y fote the plant, 1 and'0 j litiiful sjIply_ of cleanl fresh water, as well ris from .40 to50 galloins tf millt per diem fir dairy purposes.. I harit the hotter to bei r; jour obedient scrvtit. .'. G. DurrIos. Pro Secretary or Agriculture.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

Thu nrrniumnsont satiifftctory will bring Own- horso.power, '. A. URAWFOUD.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Department of Agriculture. Melbourne, [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

SDepsiartmtlnt of Agriculture. SRn.-l.lhavic't lioe, t or to, inifrm youl that thie mhanager of thl Travelling. Dairy, Mr. A., OCrwfard; is'nil c'iqjrt apitulturist. ilnil; no believe that il:gract ,cnal of good Inay be'conferrd oll'falrmers and a others by Illustrations of the modern" methods of bee tnnnagemo lt. I hroe nrrangod that he shall if desired, give a lectiure at .each of ,the :places Ito' visits witht thhe dairy. Should 'your society concuro with nmy views on tihe subject; you n ay srra'nge withl MIr. Cratiford to deliner his lecture during any one of tlie vvenlngs'of his stay ia:your district. ' Ihve the honor to be, Sir. ' Your most obedient, ser'?l t hr : . : G. DUrOl's. ' ` ' ' P'ro Seretary for Aigriculture.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

S.:,,-: BUSINESS D .R ECTORY A:drertisements mnter this head will - be inserted for Pa. Od. per quarter. (DO " ALDSON, Merchant. The oldest, Sclieapest, and best, Commercial-road, 4 AVANAGU k HARRIS, Cheap Cash -; Sto.1Dra ieTi OGrocers,Iromoangq, ''k Coinmereial-oad; Morwell.' , .WILLIAMS, Boot 3njmtfacturing ald Company, Commorcialroad, Mlorwell. All sorts of boots always.on hand. S. ? KELLEHER. Club lIotel,' Commor ' I-? cial-road, Norwell.. Best brands kept.' -Good stabling. 'Commercial-road, *Morwell. F L. DAVIDSON,ltalrdresser, Tobacco S inst, and :Stationer. Agent for all ma nea and newspapers. Every novelty ,secured. Commercial-road,IMorwdll. , T RINTOULL,= Blacksmith, Wheel. wJ . wright, Churamaker, kc., Commercial TOHN EN(GLISH, Auctioneer, Stock and - ?' ttiaton Agent, Station-street, Morwell. S'Charges strictly moderate. ATSON, ",CO.; General Storekeeper. " . Commercial.ad, Norwell. Boots "'and Shoes a speciality., -, " AIRIAGE, LAW1RENSON i LAID. - , "l ' LAW, Cattle Sa...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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THE Morwell Advertiser SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1889. A WHITE ELEPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

TI-I SATURDAY, JANUARiY 216, 1880. A WilT'I E ELEPIHANT. TlE Trave ling Dairy has ipaid its visit to this district. ansd has gone again, leaving, as the result of its operations, ans uneasy impression that the £3,000 ia year which it costs might he more ad vantageously employed if the interests of the dairying industry are to be pro inoted. We do not know whether Mr. Ctixwronn's operations throughout the colony have been conducted oni tihe same plan as has been observed during his stay at Hazelwood, ,but if such is tile case then we must say that his labours are not likely to me productive of very great benefit., or to result in very con siderable additions to the practical know-, ledge of tile art of dairying among our farmers. Thlat tile prinlciiple of sending ani expert, thoroughly qualified by sound practical knowledge and experience of the import.ant branch of farming which lie undertakes to illustrate, and properly equippled with the most approved labour savinig asid waste-pre...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

DEATH.     RINTOULL.--On Wednesday 23rd inst., Zenna, the   infant daughter of John and Zenna Rintoull,   aged 4 mouths. ENGLISH.- On the 25th inst, at midnight, Alice, the infant daughter of John and Bridget Mary English, aged 9 months, 23 days.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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The Boom in Gas at [?]aaralgon. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

The 1B1)oomi in (";t:; lil'ztsr.ll?0iJ There is.a booen in gas at Trarrigon. Malicious and evil-minded Iprsons Ihave been heard to say that this is nothing nuw. but we don't propose to rgle thllat questiotn. What we wish io, raw attenltion to is the adoption of landl bnom tacti(.l by the provisional dtirectors,r worti st plotrchased at pene of g.onid, anil then slltred to scll it to the compartny. Now we lot't believe that the gentlenmen who cnmpose. tihe board of provisional . directors had atny intention of following in lth s:eps of the Royal Standard Cntmpeny, but wse In thinl; that their conduct was a niec; of the inst oeregiotns folly,. Jlt fancy a number of presumably wide-a-wake men ipur.ing a courso whicn has gotteianarih an ill-,lnotr of late owning to tire exposures in connec tionnwith land svnrlicicat. Wthy it is enoutgh to lrast lthe fairest reptttion to forllow isuclh It coerse, even whire a profit is not lobtainedl by the persons r r acting. Tlhere are alrays wickeld p...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

Topics of tile Week. A ssC Y Mo3rETIGro.-Too .mtuch gas at SlATING.-The skating epideomic 'hos broken out at tlirbdo. RIostovAL.-Constable Gilfedder renmoved from Mlirdoo to Castlemaine. iontl: GAs.--Wnrragul wis lit with gas for the first time on Wednesday last. A.ttrasr3roTs.-The Hugo 'Minstrels the besttroupe that ever played in lMorwell. " CoeAL.-Operamtons suspended at Bore No. 3 at Ierry's Creek, results not satisfactory.. '.LosT.-Nothing ferthur heard of the man Kiernmn suppossed to be lost in the bush at lRoolara. ACCIDENT.-A man named Hornsley was thrown from his horse on Tuesday at Mirboo and dlicd from the injuries received, SABRTrt DE:SECRATIOtN. - Complaints have reached us that horserdeinig tra indulged in jllst outsidel' orn'ell on Sunday lust. DENIAL.--Ir. F.t Howlett refutes the statements advanced by Mr., Crawford as to no proper arrangements being made for re. ception of Travelling Dairy. AaRIOULTURAL, ,SoorEc,--Th Morwell Agriclltural Society will hold n special ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

Stud Notices. THE THOROUGtIBRED TROTTING STALLION "WILDFIRE " To?atino this season at Mr. Jas. McDoel gall's Ptud Farm, Meryla, Morwell. X ILFIRE is five years old, a 'rich +T glossybrown. itatdsl 15 hands, and is beautifully made, with lots of hboid"?sd muscle. Ie is very fast,' with perfect long easy action, and has; taken prizes wherever shown, including two at the National Agricultural Society's Shows, Melbourne. Wildfire is by Firebell (who vas, once first favourite for the Melbourne Cp), Dam, Steettle's. champion trotting mare Polly. Firebell by Fireworks,.dam, thp imported mare ianybell. Terms, four guineas, two guitried at time of service, bihlance when mares prove in'foal. SMares led to the horse two guineas it time of service, one guinea when they prove in foal.. Guarantee five guineas.. Also, ,THE SPLENDID YOUNG, TROTTING STALLION. Pioneer' II. Will serve a few approved -mares. Pioneer II. sn a beautiful dark brown. stands 1i bands, and is very poierfully made. :He is anl...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Woorayl Shire Council. TUESDAY, 15TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

Woorayl Shire Coaucihl --e- TuonD.Y, 151,.r J.tANUA.'. Present-Thel President (.r. Scurlett), aidl Co.. Olaren?hdwtr, b.nith, i:ttt, \\etern atll Allison. Theu llinltes of th, prevciousa entetii?g were read an.ttd Conlfir:tt.l ScI)n tilt r5OlONtI?NCi'.. From Mr. J-he Lestlr, Adcot. explain ing the rl.lan a ofll s dellining to pay arrears of rat,,s alleged to he due1 hr tlhe Shire of Nor. ? rcan. To be consirel"i' Fromn Chief Secret:nr, is to preparatino of nluow electoral ros. i eceived. Frol .1Mr. Jalllle. GilfedTler, ldeclining to iat las inopector of nltisances at at le. rate than £15 tl year. -lotito. Front Mr. Dantel Wilkie, agreeing to aot is shire sol;iittor. IRecOeinvl. Fronlt Mr. G(;i. F.'Netiereoe. secretary of NNnrrtlcan Shire, saylitg thiat tlotiOti with regardl to arrears of rates vill bel placedl before next tleclitig of council. Rtecelred. Frdnl Shire Engineer of olin Itilln, notifying acepta?tce if ttidlers for boun dluar works. lRereirdl. Fromin Mr. Geo. F. N:ltherc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 26 January 1889

ar?arlge, Lawrenson & Lailaw MARRIAGE, LAWRENSON, AND LAIDLAW, CATTLE SALESMEN' STOCK, ESTATE. FINANCTAL. AND GENERA L COMMISSION AGENTS. SValuations carefully made. l nsiJ on land negotiated. Stock Sales held in all the leading centres. Clearing Sales properly conducted. Properties for sale. in this and adjoining districts. OFFICES: Traralgon and Morwell. st ;- Auctioneers: J. D. LA:DLAdW and R. L. LAwinasoe. . MORWELL, MONDAY, JAN. 28. S" 1ARTRAGE, LAWRENSON, AND IV , LAIDLAW will sell at their yards on above date 45 21 to Oyr.-old steers, in very good condition 60 Poddles S25 Dry cows 20 3-yr.-old steers 10 Sprlngers 20 2|yr.old heifers 8 Fat bullocks . 20. Good pigs (young) TRAFAIGAR, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 M1 ARRTAGE, LAW1RENSON, & LAD . LA\W hbve heen favoured with instructions from G. EVANS, ESQ, (whose leaeo has expired) to sell by Public Auction on the above date, without reserve All his Dairy and other Cattle. Horses, Pigs, dairy utensils, etc., com prising 11 ...

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A Homely Chat About Dairying. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 February 1889

A Ilomtly Chalt Atontit I) tirlyifX. (A loturo de~livered b Mr.D i)M at thto Ctitont tle lotocritottolnl EtibltiLoit). In itotrodding tttyoitlf to ynu thituvLtt* ing, to Ihave chat olot rhtiri tiotitt . l uttas state tito iuttportanco of ltiry fitrlting in Victoritrtoe no ot rojiio to ot enlt rgott oil, toucoottO it is otbv otto to eroril'nu whin 11h1a otfiltld tttd ocntttotty ti thLe ttoootry. Of all tint variooo totttrttont itt 11 Itridlt 1 'niottttisru httolt tinot if it' tii tott. ir to laetboron it, ruti[ of boil s o1iuns mlorn lrccesefulll I than any othor andnl it appears to le, as fl rss I can read the signs of the tiniestllat the dairies, properly condulcted, in Victoria t ill at nodistant ldae take, a first position. I have tio dnlnht seine of yvo, at eIast, will know the e:forts I h -ire leea making for a nmtbhet of years to iptirove this very iltportiant adjunut to t the fiarm. and nlw that grain growing hts tuirlnel oit so lnprotirtblte, andl the Minister of Ag\ri'iltit...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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THE BREEDING OF ARMY HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 February 1889

Titn: ibtt:tbti or Aits' iintsr s. III vi?'l.i of lh nlilll monlr?s ?atl cil1n1 stances i?4rl)c l Ilch importlatriran helringS on the Irofil t h. iherivod froit0 thli breoiling uo atrly hItrss. it is hardly possihle to In;tke a eloneral ctiltliltion on the sollbject. llesidls. its I hlie alreadyFiil. il, ty aRiln is to ldo l Ino more tluan reviuew the leadling featuresl of thl llndlrtakinl. 'iThe fiact. howev,,r tint li horse contitlll, little, if tn), mIl rr i gral thaln in ox. Itht ni thrle year old hillmocik, twhen fati, lmay n o on laverage I lu wo,rth 8. dllll that it five year old Ilorse fit for cam'ail- commandsllllll the ' p-ice of £'53 10is, iwhenl deulitiored art Cileitt, shl is dital a hlre miargin of ' prolit exists on the silde of thle horse whln I coilmpare d with llh nx. Thitn, that the fee sillle if the hilnd imn wllichl a hoIlrs cn he reared tI tyv lie set dowml,'n it froll £2 to i':I on acre, that the cost of fenmino. i. ihtol very great, anl that Imtares lit fer t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DISTRICT. Childers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 February 1889

THE DISTRIOT. Childers. We held our usual fortnightly meeting of the JM. [I A. on the evening of the 'hith. After the u?nal business wao transacted, the Trcnsurer presented a balance sheet fir the hIst half year, showing a balance of £3 3s, besides £3 7se surplus from the social. The sore point now is to decide what we shall ldo with the money. After the election of ollice bearers for the present half-yeor, reading w cre givesl y Mr. Proctor " Biddy's Vict-rv," unte Mr. a:htlal ..l Tihe Vulgar Little Boy." after which Mr. 'P. Davies rean alln ?say ol"* Trifles," in which hu showed the danger of nut paving due ntrelntion to thu little things we rlcsignat. "trifles." Io showed by a tow well ciosen illtustrations how the continuetd appllicati, l of triles bringsl ale)ut great events. There was very little tlisaussuio,. The Chairman announced that Measro W. Crisp noid G. IElliugon would give readings, at the next mleeting: and .1r Gornman would readt a paper entitled the " Gospel of Ada...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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THE SUITABILITY OF VICTORIA FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PRIME CAVARY AND ARTILLERY HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 February 1889

TuB SurrAAILITY OF Vzcronua' FOR Tii Pltouvcrtlo OF PoitiM CAvALvnr AnD AurLt.nxIy HonsEtos. In weighing the pros. and cons. of iany agricultural undertaking tihu fir.t considera tion is the coomitions of climate aldt nsil pIropsed to lie utilisdl. Now, I think it cannot be dItIted that tho most desitrable and 'enduring horses are those of dry and hot countries, as witness thllse of Arabia, Persia, Algeria, [orocco, Ac.; that a dIry climatem is allsnittely necessary" to their Iperfection. To pirolnho MeidIle horses clheaply, Itoewver, i tuteedenrte uad tolerahly ra?gllla rainfill is necessary, so lthe urilly ihe reiredl on the Iamltmrecs ;du;I with little or no artifital feedling. 'T;?eeo condlitions, nel n leed not lIsiiitll t Si.ayi, e-ist inl Victiria ill a lmakeii mannerl . An,:h.ller reasoan for ldescribing Vieoiriia as a desir. Lble plahce for cia tly" Ireoeling is, that the lolvelrntheu t of Ihli:i renliro a tlarge annlual sipllv of horsen of a ,sort, which it lihs een well ?...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Horse Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 February 1889

. orse IIreetliIg. • Wo reproduce from thoe AuOlICULTuRAI IjUoi.tLTIS, aI report furnisoed by the chief inslpeotor of sttOk, ir Edwardl Curr, to thei Victorian Gbvornlment dealing witl, tih iiitabilityv of on?ioll holdings for the breading of horPss, Mr. Curr's remarks are of an ominently .practical naturoe and are oxceledingly suggestive a? to! whit might he done' by the farmer wvho would devote himselt intelligently to tie breed ing of:really ;gdild horses, such as are inecossory.for iustlneod for Indian Iltemouont lpurposes. At prUesent i is to frequently tle i? Oa thiat theI average farmetr thinks- it it will do to bireed any sort of 'a hors? with lthe reslilt that longrels, ihalf drnght. lhalf hatck and iveeds alodiul in all pairts of thu country, while at really good ,horso, aound in"wind a?l limlib and aoble to dl .a: goal day's work is t rarity on a farmi. Of cooras tlis, applius to ridllig hIirses only. There ara plenty of gordd draurghts to be found, but good hacks among s...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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MARRACAN v. COALVILLE. NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 February 1889

st Innings. : ;. 2nd linigs. W.rriner, b lemler ... .. .. Dumareq. IWalmisley .. 2 bI Hender,.. O' Briul, b WVlmsle y' I .. ee .. I O'Connor. b Walmnley ... 2 not out ..'.23 E. Hogben, c llender.. 2 \V. irhall. b IRlender . .... W. ighon. b flees ... . C. HIvIt ,e b IlRe '-`..: :... I not ouit ...16i J. ?1rshall. b Hender ... Ib Hunder... 2 J. IIowley. ind r ... I ... . . J. KDoiwcor not out ...... 1 run out ... 2 MundrieI.:. . .. 2 Suidrios ..11 Total }tih innings, 1. : COMAIVIL. L 1st Inning.s -. 2nd Innings. Murtay, c- b O'Connor .t..1l h Dumnrsq. 8S S. garigc. b O'ConnlOri'-.. 1'llb in)irsq. 4 Iligelow. h O'Connor . ;.'. Rees. b Iloghen ... 12 b Slvigo '... 8 Heider, b E. Dumaresque.. 0 b Dmlllreq. 0 Cowie, b Iloboil n' . Ii rin'illt. . .1 ,Walmsler, r ut llll bUl: .. 1l SqvigO Durns, bE. Dunmaresq s... I is)umnresq. 0 Collins, b Hoghen .... i ...10 c Rowley... 4 Esuton, not out... . ... 0 c igben... O Porter, nill ot ;.; 0 oIlt out .. Sundries ... ...':';. 2 Suidries ::..i Tota...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 February 1889

..:. Cricket. SThe Xnrracnn (:rick.t Club still pursiue itN Invluillu caruer. r will be meeni by the r piorts of thre'u cri:kut matcles forwarnled to us fur piiblicatiii by the s.ecrutarry of Ithe clubl.- Frmitiltit practice hlas greatly imn proved thie menibers of this clbn. and whein 'nxt they meet lli.rwell the latter nilit nlt expect such a "soft Ihing " is they l;l oni the occiaiiui whenl they defeatcel Nirracan by nine !wic'lets. The .accoit of tlhe matchev pullislln* l in tlis issne shrws threo wins forI Narracln, and oi InSt SAturdayl they added another ti thuir lisr. if viictrims. Trmfatlar bein, the club ."rviltimiised ":ou that day. THORPDATLE V. NAIlItACAN. ' I ' , ' TI1011PDAI.o. SlIt Inning. . . 2 ill I11nnings. G. Dnmares q. Ii I. lIogbun i ri ouit ... I E. O'Kelue. run uit ... .. 4 b El. fIoghln 0 J.O'Connor, b K. llofber 2 c anid I E. ... 1. . l[ ..lnieni ... li W atkin. riln not ... ... Ii i I. llogthen 0 Mtaynard, ltiuni d ... .... Ib E. )illDn .. 7 rS re'l ... .....

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Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 February 1889

Il ~wii'Acident. ts on Satiirday lIat ihe inixod goods nnd piunsbgor trlan, wehich is duou at ltoirnlnte at halt~post twrlv p.nim., wo olSoit hla lfiwi betwceen Fornbank nod Ididntoiw n' mob, tf atoft~thltty huhlhcko'woO obervrod to be oen tho'lne, Bleforo the troti could ho brouglht to a stnoistll it was iii the midst of the mob, with the result that 7 of the ooforto. ,note laiomnin wore killed, being cut to pieccs id a tribiotluyounhlelfr, two sooiiinogle thant they had to be Imruediately destroyed, and several others badly hurt. The line after the accidlent presente~ a sickening spectacle, the remains .o the slaughtered boasts being scatterel in all dlirections, and so great was the shock that the liver and entmiils of one of the bullok.ts were tlramggd for u ,pwanls o, Ltrl chaillos alotn th' line, The frce tof the trcolii,,.l was s Sever as t,, wrenc.llh of two, of the furof tie fore wheels of the engiltne carrin?e, which for ten or twelve chains was, in part, off tha line and ...

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Group Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 2 February 1889

.. . . . . . . . A metingtt of the delegates of the vallons l.aachro tile V.P.P.Aoeclationand lkldrne Institutions' within the electoral district of booth Gip?land,' met ont "Monday last at Mitchell's Hotel, 'Trnralg'n, to, take into oansolderattdu the ftrmatind of a group to aMrry. intae.tffat'a sl.gitloa pIrmalg'atola by headl-quarttrsr n Moilbourse--thnt of ludeavoring tf' get tnid' farmer's' iitei?cts arotperly rttresentol i s the l'0rtitaent rof ,itoria, b supp!rtlng a?.v didate in each: eletormte.' '..Teli fo.h'Itngabmnches .were clpreussoted :-=tralgntg beanch, Mr. Draf. 1711; Callignee luatsachl, M?awr,. i?odycmb bred Crsp,; Haa?{b"fss branch. Mr. Shaw; :lnackwarry thralich, DMr. Williams; and Mr. Ilowlett , epr~rsaiting the Morwell Agrietl. M.tral SsEitety. Mr. Itodcymtsm ' was voted to the chair and briefly explained the object of the meeting, ,ld stated thlat in the ouiolon of his branch tuhatever action was to be taken should be of a decided character and at once. There ...

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