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MOE V. YINNAR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

* MOO V. YlN Ai. Yinnnr " hoiedl " into MoC on Saturday last. the result being a draw both teams kickiug one goal each.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

TEN N[S. The following is tl r 'sWilto'f the draw for the terinis trophy, in the form of a cup, presented byDr,' Brown, of Mtaffre: June 29.-M?orwell v. Tranrlgon, at Trarlgon ; Buirnedalov. Malffra, at Bairns dale. July 13.--lairnsdlsle v. Morwell at lairnsdale ; Muffra v. Traralgon at Matfra. July 20th.-Traralgon v. Bairnsdale, at Bairnsdalo ; Morwoll v. Malura at Maffra. August 10.-Morwoll v. Traralgon at Morwell ; Uairnsdalo v. Ma1tra at Maffra. August 24.--Bairnsdalo v. Morwell at Morwell ; Matra v. Traralgon at Tranl

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THORPDALE V. MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

THORPDALE V. MORIWELL. The above match will not be played to-day but Inater on inl the season.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Arrest in High Life. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

Arrest in 'high Life. Conshiderablo excitement was manifested in the vicinity of the offico of Messrs. Ganty and Comnany, Limited, Imperial chambers, Collins-street, at noon yesterday, when Detective Canusoy had an intorvieow with the manogor, Mr. Otto Loitnor, which resulted in the arrest of Freodrick llonaris, who had beoIn nianaging partner for' tho firmn for tihe last three years. The MIl bourno buniness is a branch of the firm named, the head ostahblishmont being. in [Hungary. The information was laid by Mr. Otto Leitner, the manager of the com pany, who has recently conme out horo not ing under instructions from Messrs. Janty and Co. - The warrant sets forth that Frederick Benaris did unlawfully conspire to defraud the company of the sulm of £3300 14s. lid no the 1st April, 1888. The offence is alleged to have been committed in con junction with Bela Wiedenkeller another member of the liHoise, who hes recently left the coloriy and' gone IHonoe. A second amount of £620 2s. 8I. ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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On Feeding Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

'On Feeding Pig ' Swine are proverbially groedy,,hltit- . the duty of an owner of ananunlto con trol its natural labits when these aro.op posed toits well doing: so that the first thing to Ib done in feeding young pigs is to measure their feed judiciously.- They should never have all they will eat. Only fattening swine should be so fed, and they would soon die from over-feeding if they wore not killed. When a young pig chokes at the trough, sqneals and falls over in a fit, it is over fed ; when it goes itothe side of.the stall, champps its jaws, fnam s attlheomouth,-anl does riothing else than this, it has been over-fed, and in both eases it is suffering from congestion of the brain, due to indigestion 'and disturhed circulation. It is in a state of apoplexy and will probably die,, anyhow, but the others may beo saved by at once reducing their feed to about one-fourth of what theoy liavorbonjig'etting:I .Tlho prevalent paralysi 'of tlie 'Ilind 'limbs 'id caused by' over-feeding by w...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Strange Story. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

The, Strange.. Story. -- ..-.. The following letter has been received by Inspector Pewtress in connection with the peculiar marriage of the young girl 3Mary Betrose, who was said to be under the age of eleven years at the time shid married the man Joseph ,'ntonio, in a Iloman Catholic church at Dairnsdale : "St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne. It has been represented to me that Mary LBetrose, daughter of Barbara Betrose, born at Mnnut Lebanon, Syria, was induced to go through a marriage ceremony within the last month, and at a time when the said Itany Betrise was not inure than eleven years of age. Her age has been attested by. eight witnesses, ,who are her kinsfolk and neighbors. and who state that they are cngnisant of the facts connected with her birth. Supposing this statement ns to the ago of tthe girl to be true, I declare that there is no proof of a valid mnarmage having been celebrated; nay, more, the primtt facie evidebee is against the validity of the marriage. Without an e...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

Our Mlelbourne Letter. (FnoM oust owN conncsPOeDENT.) Tihe thrifty, honsekeopors of Melbourno and olsewliorre ihave reason to congratulate themselves upon. having. filled their pr sorving.jarvheForo -tho recent rise in the p;rice, of sugar took place. As it is, they are sadly exorcised in their minds over the in?eased price theye Ialo to pay for the articlo for ordinnrv domestio purposes. Thl goenerl public have hold thue tieh long enogh, andt it is o ther suenll'r ,hantomrt had iheir torn. Stgar naknit from canes lhas been a losing game qlite long enough. It is now nore tham six years since beet crippledl the cane grower, anld tuny of them have gone to the wall sinco that time. It is It pity, lhowever, that our ntighbours in Norlhorn Qutonsland are not likely to lderiv much Ibonotlit front tihe goodl ttle that now iappears to havo sot an. TItey hasvo been crippled .by cotmpetitiont against the beet grower, and how they are ikely to be killed outright by the labotr laestion.. " ... ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Dairy Question. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

1Te Dalry Question. We (says the GReAT SouTIIIIR STAR), are glad to see that a step has been taken in the granting of that great aid to the agrianltural industry which MIr. Gilliee paraded so carefully before the electinns for the conciliation of the farmners. Tlie lRailway Departmenthansconie to an agree uient with the City Council 'by which a cuil storage shed is to be erected, having ai rail'to Spencer-street. So far, however, it is only an agreement, and action will have to be taken by the farmers to bring about the lbecomplished fa.t before the summer conies round again. And we think the matter of sufdicient importanee to tile dairy. farmers in this district " to be seriouslyconsidered by themo. The selling price of the butter depends only.to a certain extent in the quality, it is the state in which it comes before the buyers that is of supreme importance, and when bhtter is seat down 60 or 80 miles on a broiling snmlner day it can, by no means possible under present circumtsta...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THORPDALE V. WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

THTORPDALE V. WARR:AG L. The nbove clubs met on Saturday last, and a really goml game was the result, Tihorpdnle showing themselves no mean opponents, kicking two, goals. Warragul, however, wet one belttr, and tliis.won the match.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rosedale Races. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

Rosedale Races. So - The following weights have been declared for the above races, which take place on Monday, 1st July:-. HURDLE RACE. st. lb. Messrs. J. and R. Lecky's br g Roy, aged ..G . ...e... 11 2 Mr. T. Riggall's Romance, aged .. 10 12 Messrs J. and R. Lecky's hr g Bur dokin, aged .. ...10 12 Mr. A. Thobourne's eh g Wellington, ged ': - ... ... ... 10' 5 Mr. J. M Grade'sb m Scandal, 4 yrs 10 5 Mir. M..Doyle's g m Peerts. aged..... 9 12 Itr. G; Glassford's ch g Whisperer, aged ... ... ... ... 9 12 WINTER STEEPLECHIASE. st. lb. Iessrs. J. and 1. Lecky's br g Roy, aged..i ... ... .. 11 7 Mr. IM Doyle's br g Brown Eagle, aged'... . 11 7 Mr. J. Wickram's b Seca King, aged 11 7 Mr. C.G. Glasmford's, oh g Whisper,. ; aged ... .... ... . 11 0 M?r . Doyle's g m Peeress, aged ... 10 4 Mr. H. P. Keogh's b g Camden. e5 yrs 10 4 Mr.J. C. Bllchanan'sggJacktssaged 9 12 'Mr. D. Stanford's rn m Mermaid ... 9 12 Mr. M. Lane's bh'h Excitement- ... 9 12 WINTER HANDIOAP. st. lb. Mr. K. Cameron's...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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North Hazelwood. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

North Ilizelwood. (FRn ot OUn oc ConnRSPODENrT.) The Rev. G. Tregear delivered a lecture in the local Mechanics' Institute last MeIonday week. The lecturer had for his subject "The Life of Peter Cartwright: Backwoods Preacher."; The lecture was given in'aid of the Wesleyan Circuit. : - The Government State School Inspector paid a visit to the North Hazelwood and Bennett's Creek State Schools on the 19th inst. The parents of the children attending the Bennett's Creek School met the Inspector and urged on him the necessity of a full time school, instead of half-time, as at present. I learn that both schools are to be made full time. Some few weeks ago Mrs. Iales, a new arrival in this district. missed a gold watch fluom its.accustoffied place in :her: bedroom, near a window. After n careful but fruit less search throughout the house the loss wivs reported to the police. with the result that a man was caught in the act of pawn ing the watch in Melhourne. It being a heirloom in the fami...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The History of a Cheque. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

The h istory of i Cheqlue. It is not often that we hear of property being recovered when it has been thrown on the tire, anil more particllarly. when the article thrown iway takoes the form of i cheque, bu, t that such a. thing is possible was proved by Mr. Scarlett I ast wodk while in Melhoiirie. It appears that while engaged in one of theL business places of thlatitiy.ho had occasion to write out a cheitno for £20, which he afterwards found heo would not need to canh. So as tihere was a firo bIrning in the room Mr. Scarlett walked towards it, and without defacing the cheque in any way, delihber ately threw it on to the flames, expecting to see it hurn away to nothing ; but there was a stronger agency; at work than Mr. Scarlett's will-strong as that is' reported to hbe-in the form of a srall draught from the opposite door,wihiclh snatched the frail paper. from ;,the devouring .elementsn and carried it-2whither? That t an the question. The bowildered owner looked in the fire, up the...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. MELBOURNE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

MELBOURE MARKET Messrs. Dalgety and Company, Limited report : f Wool.-Sales will5 be hold in Ithis market next week, "when a 'Roodo' demrind' and excellent prices may be confidently ex pected. Our; privateo cable' adiccs from London Tespectingthe sales now in progress there, report an active market with strong com petition from both home and foreign buyers. Merino combing and .fine crossbreds are the descriptions niost sught ,after. 1 The rise of about Id on most qualities is firmly main tained. Tallow.-Advices from London indicate a rather easier market, with but little demand, and at last week's sales the principal portion offered wrs passed -in. In the losal market all bright .samples !f.mixe tallow are in fanor, and have remained firm at last week's values, as there is a good inquiry from both export. and local buyers. !.We quote':-Good to prime mutton; £21 to £23; prime mixed. £19 10s to £20 10s; good mixed,.£18 to £19 10s; country con signments, £17 to £19. Lots not in ship pi...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Gippsland Dairymen's Association. TUESDAY, JUNE 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

GIppslaitd Dafrynten's Association.' TUESDAY. JUNE 25TH. The above assoeiation met on Tuesday afternoon last, at the 3Mechanics' Institute, When therewere some 3Omemtbers prisent, the'igresidsdnt, (Mr.: S. Vary), in' te chair.' - The chairman said they had been called together to discuss the advisability of form ing a company, and the secretary would read the rules it was proposed to work ?pon. The secretary here.'read the raulh. after which.the chairman said tliatit'svould be seen by the.rules just read it" was" propdosed to form a company, the capital to be £500 in £1 sharers He would like to hear an e. pression of opinion from members of the existing association as to the advrisability of forming themselves into a company. In his opinion it was a wise stee. The middle men were now masters of the situation, and the formation of a company, with the object of retailing direct to the consumers was the only way to combat this evil. lIe was prepared to receive any suggestions. Mr. Shaw...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YINNAR V. HAZELWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

YIN AR V. .H,IZELOOD. The folloving team will represlet innnr in the above match'to be played at Hazel. wndi to-day .-Edney. Ogden, Hopkins (:1), O'lara, IBurnside. Fairbanir. Iichards, Fmrncis (2), Unasted. North. [Morrell. Bond, Lawless, )?ceEvoy, Firmin (2), and Williamo Emergencles-Cahill, Coleman, Duggan, Keogh 'Pearson, and Cummins. The following will represent Hazelwood: -Hentschetl, M.cDonald. Thompson (4), Shanw (3), I.ler, Flewitn, G(Ceting, Frazcr, Cranwell, Watson (2), WIllan, aRlichards, Cottrell. McFarlanec Emergencies-Wut trich, Watson, ltMcInnes.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

Public Notice. " lanure ! Manure !! Manure ! ! Jams Fr & Co, (LT3LITED) H AVE CONFI DENCE in recommend ..ing the CHEMICAL MANURE MIanufactured by them to all agricunlturists as being Pure, Unadulterated, Very Valuable Manure. F7- A trial will certainly establish them In lasting favour as being superior to any thing yet offered to farmers in the district. They will be found suitable alike for Cereals or Root Crops, INCLUDING POTATOES, PEAS, BEANS, &c., &c., Or for FRUIT TREES and' ORCHARDS, being especilly.prepared for each variety of crop. and in every instance will giroe most excellent results. ic- For full particulars and pamphlet on 'the subject apply to JAS. FRY & CO. Limited., ROBB'S BUILDINGS, COLLINS-STREET, 'V., MELBOURNE. Or to Any of the .Company's Country Branches. JOHN JONES, Belle Vue Hotel, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER, 3MIRBOO. Railway Store, THORPDALE. G. & J. HOWLETT Wholesale and Retail Storekeepers & Butchers. A LARGE STO...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

SAgricultuorail CGossip. . 01F one own REPORTER. The butter dispute is far from being settled yet, and so far as the farmers are conasrned, the determination grows stronger, to resist the claims of the dealers to a sample' half-poun.'" One result of the affair will' probably be the.establishmcnt of onions in'" many parts of the, colony to protect dair. itg interests. Tile example set by Morwelli, gas already been follovwed by'rXyneton,~o where a union was formns?dlast-weem . k. A number of dairymen are now instructingi. their salesmen "'not; to'illoir samples': on-. any account, and . if all adopted this coursc,. the dispute would soon be settled..The. dealers must have butter, and are not, tbicre . fore, in a position to boycott, all the butter makers: If some of the' farmers are shorti; sighted enough to fall in with the wishes of the- produce- buyers; th-"'littler-hve 'alsb' black sheep in their ranks, who buy whether they get a sample in or not. ' A circular has been issued, by ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Lakes Entrance. WHAT NATURE'S FORCES HAVE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

The Lakes Etttirance. WHAT NATURE'S FORCES IIAVE DONE. .BY "AADIENS." In view of the heavy floods that have recently occurred in Gippsland, and tihe heavy storms on the coast which suhse quently.resultcd in theltotal displacement of the- impassable sand bar across the Lakes Entrance, I determined to make an excursion there, and, believing a short sketch of my visit would prove acceptable to many readers of the EveaIIN STANDA RD I have written the following narrative. - I loft clean and tidy (save the mark l) Melbourne early Wednesday morning last by train for Bairnslale.. The . only travellers at this time of. tlhe year were commercial', travellers, anid having the misfortine to be in the same carriage with some of them, whose talk of "shoji" was, to say the least, monotonotus, 1 did the best thing under such ciresnistances I now and again took 40 wir.ks. I might add on passant, however, that thile parts of the country of which I caught.glimpses, present after the rains, a splendid ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Dairymen's Difficulty. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

THE a ymen's Difficulty. 0 To T?e EDiTOR OF Tie MORWELL S •AovenrisaRn. Dear Siir,-At the request of some of 'our shareholders id and around tlorwell I ,have been instructed by the Directors of %the Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Corn. giany of Melbourne to proceed to Nforwell for the purpose ,of intorvieoaing a number of farmers regarding the intentions of our ,company. The main object of this company is * By providing fartners with an agency of aFruir own in Melbourno, and with tihe aid of capacious refrigerating and auction rooslS to sellfarenor's produce, without fear of injustice frotm ntiddle :nen or others, to provide the people •of Melbourne with roans and sntsa products at reasonable prices, and where there is a glut of dairy produce (which is contidently expected this year) to conduct an export tradeo." How awe intend to carry out this object it is my intention to explahin at the meet "ng of fartnorsait Trartlgon on Saturday (to-day). Otr mnethede are baIeod upsn e latest i...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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SPORTING. FOOTBALL. MORWELL V. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889

SPORTING, ---+--- FOOTILaL.. MORWELL V. T-lARIALGON. The muich-talked-of match between aorwell v. Traralgon drew quite a large concoorse of people to tlo'Slihw grolnd on Satirdayv last,' notwitstandiitr tihe in clement state of the weather.. The'ground was in a'dreadlfully slippery state andi real football was out of thie question. Iolw. ever. the visitors' :play .is to behi?l?,l commended, more especially their "little marking" which, considering the slinmy state of the ball, was excellent, 'while their kicking was as bad as their mnarking was good.' .Morwoll seemed lrather dlis organised, and "tmolled " the only chances they got.. J. Peterkin and \Vilsoa played a slashing gatno for the visitors. while Munro, Vary, Shngg, Henry, and Smith did great service for the home team. Mr. P. G. McShane, who nacted as central nmpire was most impartial, and mcined the honest plaudits of both sides. This "fad". on the part of the Traralgon club has done good, inasmuch as it has taught many foot...

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