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Morwell Police Court. Before C. Nicolson. Esq., J.M. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 June 1889
Before C. Nicolson. Esq., J.M. James Jonstone John Flegg, R. Porter, Andrew Gill, Donald McKaskill, and John Evans were proccicuted &nbsp; against by J.H. McAlpine for non-attendance of children at school, and were fined from 2s 6d to 10s. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; I~ntl ioli~,ng, ~innIta k rnodlnrbor; b8i No .licdi t lLdf or~ ~.;~ nEliiiciO iSI * ni .1 infil M'ht;"~o'notI5 nobnt di "I hiipe.Lrinttx; Stro~k it ,Tllojlijo Hoff It. It,. noin go&rodad work iIitlab~ior,' L9 4: Strlck~ nolt~l
Traralgon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 June 1889
Traralgon SBlhire Council. Present-The President (Cr.Peterkin), in the chair. and Crs: Varney..,,Bodycomb. Burke, Walker, Campbell, Howlett, Firmin, and Kelleher. COORRESPOODENOPi.l FrninsRaildray Department, relative to the dep?etation which waited upon com mission re sub-way. Traralgoi?, and stating presentarrengenients could not be inter ferbpivth. s .. : . .. Fron nm LandDepartment re planting trees, stating their inability to promise to attend at Tramnlgoiq deniltely. " From Gippsland'Hospital. advising thit Mrs. Lilly Onley, of Loy Xang, had been admlitted to that institution, suffering from typhoid fever. From e same, notifying that James Coghlpln and Patridk Itiissell, both of Loy Yang. had since been admitted suffering from the same disease. - From Departmont of Public Works, acknowledging receipt of Conecil's lieter, asking for grant to assist in repairing bridge over Morwell River, arnd promising the request should receive eonisideritioh. From Railway Department, informin...
Narracan Shire Council. FRIDAY, JUNE 7. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 June 1889
Narracan. ; Shire - Councetil FiFmnA, JuNu 7.: Present--Th' President (Cr. Hasthorpo, esq.: J:P.) aniid Crs. .Powell; Robhinson. Ilnwlett,' Hampton, Stanton, Colenin; and Geach. co'R?ernsed.v. :;CE. ' Fiom P. P. Labertoenche, sodrotary for Railways,. statihg that road thboiigh the. station ground at. Thnrpdale,.-which' th council reqouesteo shnnidi be.' opened, was not reqnire-?i for railway purposes: .RBe eeived. . SFrom Acting Secretary Pnblli Works ,Depititiientn sat?tig thi t itcouils~ Piplfek: tion for a grint to'aoiest• inj exectiihg vnarinns works in'thb sliire,- would receive consideration. Received. . From John C 'Smitli, Mfelbdorno,. com plamning of the delay .in transferrinig exchanged road near Trafalgar, anil reqgu a' .ing that same be expedited by the coiuncil. Receivod. - - From W. J... Moore,. Mirboo .North objecting to .a •portiont of the engineers report roed at last meeting,'- relative to the survey by Mr. Walker of a road thrmogh his property, and giving text of;...
Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 June 1889
[Br oun owni'RKfoaTr.3pLrR The prolpoal on f?ot to make the Depart. meat of Ahpculture distinct fom. thpt of the Lands, is a step inl the right dirtction. At present there i htit'little dlffernee te- E tdeen them. and with regaid'to'the agrietil tural past, there'is a s?n lack of organization. \ It would be an earnest of thu. dealre of the Gprernment to. further the welfare of the. u etldonv'if they' carried thl?:,propjeka r, -. t in t "e'nmost iimtple' of our Iridlttrie Info effect' - The llpsh d haphas?Ad style o deal. og .With. agricultur ante.ru?a may ha e been very well .when throse interests were of bt? "sto'l impbort? ce;'" hut they.are now lairgely 'develbped, dart . e becomiig the o backboune of the ceontry, and it would only be a reasonable anld wise, policy on.the part t of the Government to make more elaborate provision for their protection and encourage ment than has hitherto been' thought necessary. , : .. :.-. Slringllalt,' or a. disease similar to itin i its general ...
Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 June 1889
:Topics of the Weelk "' TrYputoID 'erenvt.Fie cases of typthod fever occurredt close at hand last month. Two i~ Moe, and three at Loy Yarng. Tm :iRntat. FSvor.- Sir `Thomina EsLinodd es|t n-d d a mr~etlnggat Kynetotn on Thursdajy, when* 1,220 was suhseribed. : ' EL.CoTrox.-Dr. M rooref floorq Park, is advertised as a candidate -ior the newly created'nat, .no 'well an Mr.' Sargeant of VWarragul. i DAranr -Bargains in i rnper i arebeing, offered by the P'ais - Ho1fe Company,: next. Donovansn. Hotpl. `Sget ;lvertlcment In another column. Vtiuo' roe, MMONEY.'-TThodt whn'drelad 'the: cmoutig ?,vitlrlt' i will b' well t' cns ult W. D: Leslie and C 's advcrtisemnent re their great blanket nsale now. on,. - OunOiELyTS.-* DosIng to the numerous ap. plientloiis'for THI A6vi:iTISntEPof last week' contaidiing tie photo iof r. Doway,'e wo'ere unable to supply late appliicants. In order, however, that manty may not t; disappointed we are'wiilintg to supply Mr. 'Deasy a photo, , ion carid, catntit...
Morwell Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 June 1889
Nerwell A-ricuitm 1 M-l- ety; - Tieo ogdinary meeting. of thle 3lnrwell gricultllral' .Society .was held at MIr. Mtrdoch's lintel on Satarebhy last. the President, 11r. 0, O. 'Ailrhteiloniie in the chair. Otihur II.niiera preaent were Messrs. D. Shaw; W. Little, L. Wttrick., W.i 3[nrdnei, 9";Vary; Ax: Nidenliidschednd C. W. Irowlett. o The minutes of the previnus meeting wereread and confirmed, and the report. ?rbought Uip bythid' aeretary was idopted. Cottt tmOttrr.NMCE. From GseldngA."hiid . Society asking; tfr co-operation of the Society in combating the Codlin moth,. sparrow,.and other nuoiunces.-Secretary instructed to: write. signifying the * ceety's'willingnesee to co-operate. GOENERAT/ DUSINESS. The following amounts were passed for paynment :-Runt of Mectaenics', £2; engraving cup preseonted by A.'P: lIowauut Esl., £ 4£ ., In anwer to a question: the President said, that hle hadl waited upon the president of-the V.F.P.A., ru the grant to agricul tural societies,, and ' that...
A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 June 1889
S A Voice Train tilie Street. ''(nt PREGRINoE PLCKLE.) I take the liberty, Mr. Editor, oftextract. itg the following amusing par. from an English newspaper--It wiasa new anthem, composed be. the village organist. and this, ,wao It'efftc t. e The Foprano started.off with the laudable though ' rather 'startling inouncement :: ", ' ?1ll .wiash." t Straolht waly the alto, inot to be oatlone, 'declared she would wash. And the tecilr" finding It to beho the thing. warbld; he would .w:lh.. Then the dcrcestcatd ttt,. oa otheogh clt lil~ up all .hs. fon.rtittlde for the .phlttin? bellowed forth the stern resolve that tie also would wash. Next a shaii" intirhdtic onr:the" organ. trtrongly sgigentlve.'of tie.e siping of stemnt, 6roaplcaih !o' wvrer. 'ifter ..ihidththe choir. indiviOnally and collectivro. anmertedt the firmnn unsl'aon.roeolvo'that theywoutld all. waoh. &lt;At lost theoy sl, etd. thtaprlollem: by ltqting that thpy lrOploused'i . to .* wn.s their hands ih' nnoceucy. . "Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 June 1889
: Triige, Law.ronon & Laidlaw. . MASRIAGE, LAWRENSON, ANp LAIDLAW, CA?TTLE SALESMEN, STOCK.: ESTATE. FINANCIAL, AND A GOENERAL COM?L ISSION AGENTS. V?iliatiois" carefully made. ;'."· 's2s. on land negotiated. StIC. Sales heola in all the leading. centleO. . Cklreirli'Sal~r properly condiucted. P'r?prties :?ar .sale in .this and adjoiuiug districts. . I'lES : Trarnlgon and .Morwell. . Auctioneers: SJ.3. L.. AIDLAw and B. L. L.wn aEssos . MORWELL, MONDAY JUNE 17. . K AEBRIAGE. LAWRENSON & LAID. .l. LAW will sell at their yards 40 Peddles. Is. lDry cows 1S Sprngine 6 Fat cows . 7 Pat bulloeks .,0 -ys old helfeta " ? .?old steen rs Honses and Pi?i. , Also on account of owners 50 Steen and helfers, 18 monthse la Heifen. Springers 30 3-r-old steers MORWELL, MONDAY JUNE 17. ~ ARRIlAG, LAW?HESON &~ LAID: LAW have been favored with in. structioa. from Mrs, RITarso to sell by .publit. maction on the shore date, at 3taldoeb's Hotel, immedllately afte the Cattle Sale .a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 15 June 1889
.- ;rBaSIsSS DIRECTORY, drerltiseenents tnder this head will . be inserted for 2S. Bd. per quarter, , A DONALDSON, Melrchat. The oldest .- cheapest,and best, Oommercial-road' Morwel.l - ; ,IAVANAOii'.l'IA S;' tnls cihos Cash . 'Store. Dr ipr,Groeers, ronmongers, rc., Commercinl-load,. Morwel, , ': .KELLi tEII . ClubHotel, Comminer= .2Jc 'olat-road. ,i Morwell.:. Best brands kiept' '-Good e stabling. :.Commercial-road, Norwell.." . " ?1 . ILLER It,' Hdrleer,: Tobecr. J.:. nisot, and., Stationer. Agent for all ic"a~: . ed.m,";ieiuVurtalr?rd. .?' ; l.',?t? -.JT! RINTOULL,: BlaRksmith," Wheel S.'-. wright; Chrnmaker, kc,, Commercial road, 3lorsetl c : TOHN ENGLS1lI, Auctioneer,. S~ck andi 3l·.SPtation Agent, Statioo stree t;?trwell, Charges strictly !a derate. . ,1'. , .q M- ATSO .& CO., General Strtekeeper. *? Commecial-~road, Mtorwell.,.'Boota rind Shoes:a'peelality. '".:: -: .... . ,' - . 1itiAxOE, 'LAW RENSON '& ? :Lt. D "LAW;(Cattie Salesmen, Stock, Estate, Financia...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 June 1889
.ifLanure ! Mannure ! Manure ! JanEs Fry & CEo (LIMITED) Hi tAVE CONFIIDENCE in recommend .1 n log th.r.? CHEMICAL M]AN URE Manunetured by .them to all agrieulturists a.. being ..re, . Unadultezted, Very Valuable Manure. rE; A trial will certainly estnllish them in lasting favour as being superior to any thing yet offered to fnrmers in the district. They will be" found suitable alike for Cereals or Root Crops, INCLUDING TOTATOES, PEAS, IlIEAS, &e., &c, Or for FRUIT TREES and O1OHARD, being especially'prepared for "each variety of crop, and in every instance will give mast excellent results. t=31 For full particulars and ramphlet on -the subject apply to .JAS.FRY & CO. Limited., RIOBIPS BUILDINGS,. -COLLIES.STREET, WV., 31ELilOUltNE. Or to Aly ofa the Comlmoy's Country "Bruches. SJO.HN JONES, Belle. TVue. Hotel, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. 1111?00. Railway Store, THQORPIIALE. G. & J. HOWLETT Wholesale and Retail Storekeepers & Butchers. A ...
The Vegetable Products Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 June 1889
The Veqetihle IProducts Com* miFsion. Somle 'valnble and interosting evidence was received yesterday by the Vegetable Prn!ltcts. Conomis?ion. Professor Rohbert Wallare, occplant of the chair of Agri culture a the ~,linhnrgh University, now on a visit to Australia. gave his 'views on the vale' of ensilage and the molthoi of its productinn. lie favortl. the packing of the grass in stacks above the ground, this nmetho hlaviig buen proved quite succesa ful and mnre econ'romical then thu pit system. Hle considered all the natural grasses of this colony suitabld for ensilage, and sriingly recoionnenlded farmers: to teak? siles in thi and every other climate asbject to droughts. IIe- als?io rgel that in any rotation of crops legtiinnnis plants ?elch as clover, p?oa, beans tand vetches, honld be freely uised, because they nourishel the earth and woeid restore tie. condition of wheat-sic hlind.' With' such opportunity for obisurvition as he' had obtained, Ieo was of opinion that the wine ind...
Gippsland Dairymen's Association. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 June 1889
fippstatid hidrymt e':'s Associatiotn. On Tueelay lloot ota botini was held at lMnrdoclh's Htel, Mr. 'ary in theo chair. 'COoi:tRBPOSDtN~cr. From Mr. A. E.. L~stir, . Bolara,, .acknowlelgiing recoipt of socretary'" letter, and stating that altlhugh their district wile scattered they would do all they coild to forward the interests of tlh a sociotion. Tihe secretary wa:s instructed to write intimating thei. society's willingness to receive theI? as liemtlbers, and to oncloeo book of rules. Fronm Mr. L. Maxwell, Upper Flynn's Creek, stating that it.had lbaen decid?il to form a union in that district, alnd' asking that two dulegaten be aplointd o to meet a oinitihlr nmulier frotl Flynn's Creek at 'Traralgon on Monday nest, to didcnus.tho anatter. so that tlt~.ymight frully utndnctauno thei objects of tht .3lrw; ll. Asoriation.L Received, andi Mesar.tW, Little and .d. Fraser were?aoppoilnted delegatee, to-be .accompanitd by the Pucretary: A letter, handed in by Mr.. Doppetor. from Mesas...
Childers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 June 1889
Childers. (FROM OUR oWS cotr.ESPO.ivtuNr.) The weather for the pant fortnight haln tewn nimlll v ahotninablo. Ono seno very little nine but rain when at honie. and little Blu but IueI when uit. Wie hid snmetltinrg out of the cnronm nn ',n Wedneslai ovurulning. thie lth, whenothe Rev. Mr. Tregeir dellitere.l a lecture, in tihe Muechalic' Inetituto. on 'iPitir Cart wrirhr. 'here were nut tmany prerent, but I think thnou who atteruidel, ftuid it t~th interesting and in oeuui parts IImeinilu. Tihe ns$t:l fortnightly ieertitng of the Mi.T.A. w~a Imld on the oven ing of theu 15tl;' After the u?tlnil opening Iusineso, Mr. Ellingenn road a pi'eco entitled, "Presse On," and Ir.. W. Crispl, "'Thi Quakuer' Watch." Tihe subject fonrdisssion w?a in extract frotn: Innry . Uerge'a " PI'rogess- 1and Poverty,"' entitled, -" The tlifleucnces in civiliza:tion, to ;what dut." .Ini. which ihe endoavoutr to hoiw hbow the characters of iq9ple are forin.i tby. their, snirouryling~. "and not by anx heredita...
The Proposed Suspension of the Grain Duties. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 June 1889
The Proposed!ISlspelC 0slon' ef the Grain Duties. At the last lueeting of thei Nninlrkah branch of thli Victorian Famtirs'.Proltec tion Aneociation the followinig letter froit Mr. George Grahat , M.L..A., wts reed: *' You would, see by the local press that Mr. Hall and I had waited upon Mr. Gillies with regard to 'the inolsitioln of the ccreeal duties, and that his reply was satitfactory o far as it went, but" ne?d ,not tell you the Government require watching it thia mattter, ais past experience teaches mo.that a tloverutenot who williwilfnlly ?1id' deliber. ntely ignore a .resolution of the Hlouse pa?sed last seosion with regArd 'to the grist ing of oats itl bond will be qultetpremar-d to do anything to favor the nartirs Interested* in keeping the duties off the eceeals." S Mr. Melklojhntt said the imposition of the coreal duties was a maztter whichl seriously affected farlers, andt hie wa , glad to notice the pIress csaw the equity and necesasty of the tat. An' argument plt forwa...
"Traralgon. June 20th, 1889. Mr. G. H. Wise, Solicitor, Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 June 1889
"Trr.:lgan. J ano 20th, 1889. Mr. 0 11 . Solicitor, Sale. Sir,-Wu ure not aanrpriaud to lhran that youa "cannot giro us amn farther :.nrticuI lmrs" ra 1113 aHllegd lihul p)o1t frort'nrd by yain arlint, Mr. Molrrn.-or thise actin, bladd lim.'' Sorvice ior proceulineg will be accepted by an, anai hinnlaed to our sabrilor on receipt. iate atter of puihlic import, w'n reserve to turia.i o the right of publishingi this cowmnoaooduacn Yotur etc., PE.ITI.r and Co':'
Rough Play at Football. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 June 1889
Rotugh Play at Footbyll. .: ho investicotlng'committeaponteenppolntcd by the Victorian Frcthall A soceiatton to elqulir into the cdiairge moadeo by the m mpire, ;Mr. J..J.-Traitt a sgaint twd .of the" torth Met Lburnu iootb llplayers'ir' a receitt mitch with ? Richmond met at Yottug' aind Jaclon's:' Hotel, to hear evrdence.a Mr, Mitchell appeared for the dIayere, under thne inatructionas, from tInhe North Melbomurit ,Club Mr AI . R vanospresideda,-nd a letter -written by Mr. Trait to the ceretary of the auociatiot on.the day followiang thei.mniteh waI idad. - In thin communlcatlon Mt. Triit states that during the progres dof the match,. Peters, one of.the North . Melbourne men, appealed to hits for a free kick, which he retfusd to allow.,.The mnmcest afterwards he felt a shore from. Iehind, anrid trning round auked Petors what' meant -by dolteg that. P'eters replied with an oath, "oet out of my road." The ame me player.hehaved io an .objectionable manner to him during: the whole of ...
Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 June 1889
SAgricultural GCossil p. [(B. ouR OWX REPoRTER.] Thiir is goodl roaqon for believing that the high' valuo of wool in thla iia;l'lt "will notam nue,'indeedl; thlc '6nnectod - wiili.ti te trailoe predict a. further,..4dvance. ..Tim great dbin in i prices a few years bauck wias.broughlit.Ihot by iOn ilnost ilniverial wave uf' lrniiiiercial.dteproueiil ai id tiet rucent ride'n!as been ciintyiporionuom; widi. a. corrosnimldin revival cand uctitvit in iiiantifactilir undl. e,lo.uii rci. . Aind tlhogh tliorr hIasI bcin a wrndterfl iurnreau of proildiono in tilin staple prolnct, ti e dLritanid Il'r kIpt almrc writh it.. Now Imt luts for woulen nirRtria.i lihav aolo arieAsn, und as an aKritcl. of apparel they ar ri!?'nliing linenr andl cottonr to a coa- i ilcrrilu eoxtcent in warnn latitlude wheir thle lilghter Illaturials were at the tinim ox ulioiiruly worn. , Tii probability of tlhcGovrorunnt plc. iug a dutvy o4 twid pence per tin on. illo portud cohlndenedl milk, luha naturally causod ac...
"Traralgon, June 18th, 1889. Mr. O. H. Wis Solicitor, Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 22 June 1889
S"T-a'-iIg.n, Jnno 1I!Ii, 19°9. Mr. I). if . Wi r kiior. Siub. Sir, -Thu ".uupi riatienr" we require iO it cleuar ituteriur".t of thu alleg.l libel with whicr! on car~I o rIts. Vee'-tB no lijel, [Iiu parrtphl rot'nl~re to in yilnr prorinit letter is b" t: fur crirticism on a tutiho event, itod i1 it the in'mnuut we uninten tioitnally iid vor client any injtrdice, we full renl freely exp!ained It in ottr isvat-lp of tho 4th rlnd 7ilh lout.. hy giving onto iiuotu or thu CUro on both eider. Youre enC., PErrrr and Co,"