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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889
Marriage, Lawrenson & Laidlaw l XARRIAGE, LAWRENSON, 'AN D SLAIDLAW, ' i CATTLE:: SALESMENI: ý- STOCK, -ESTATE, -FINANCIAL; AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Valiatiollns ctrefully made. Loans.on land negotiated.-- ---- .,Stock Salesrheld.in all the leading centires . Clearing Sales properly conducted. Properties for sale in this and adjo!ning districts. (? 1 !( t . I OFFICES: Traralgon and Morwell. Auctioneers : *",i.l : D. LAIDLAW ahd R.1L.,LAWREsSON. MIORWELL, MONDAY JULY 1."'' M'AERRTAGE. LAWRENSON,k LAID SI. : lAW will sell at their yards L.9 11 Fit uollocks , r ( 60 Peddles 20 Dry Cows .. 10 Springers 40 2-yr.-old steers and heifers 'Also, from Trafalgar, on account of owner- - 26 2-yr.-oldsteers and heifers, in grand condition. Alsob. account owner 100 Head young cattle in fresh condition " NARRACAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. ' ARRTIAGE, LAWRENSON & LAID LVI LAW wIll sell at their room- 20 2 to Syr.-old steers ; 20 Ditto i 'heifers ' 10 Dry cows 12 Poddles '" a5 Springe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Adrerliseternts under, this l)ild will le insoerted Jr 2e. ol?. per ,quarer. A DONAtDSONs. Merchaint. The oldest c' l' heapt, and best, Comnmereial roadi' ' orwell. " ?..? AVANAGI' & t:IAIltIlS, Chtip Catk ,. Store. .:Draers, Grimers. Ironmongers, &e Commereialroad, Morwel?? e .l. E KEULElIEt. Club Hotel, Commer :;' " chit-road" Morwell. Ilest, brands 'la ipt:: Good stabling.. Commercialnroad: ''T I: I l.lT.El ITai.ireslr Er, ,Tolaeeo , nist, and Stationer. Agent for all .nlghriniesnad newspapers. Every novelty 'secuared: Conmmergal-road.Morwell. S IIINTOULL, Blacksmith, Wheel. J, wright, Churnmaker, Ac., Commercial road, ?,orwell. . TOIIN ENGLISII, Asctioneer, Stock and !J:Station Agent, Station-street, 3Morwell. Changcs strictly moderate. - M ATSON & CO., General Storekeeper. Commercial.road, 3olrwell. loots and Shoil s a speciality. A?ItlRIIAGE, LAWRENSON & LAID. . LAW, Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Estate, Financial. and General Commo...
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 29 June 1889
THE "---SATURDAYr-JUNE 29, 1889." Topics of the Week. "G ORAvEL. ~ Mr. 1R O'Gorman ,isthe suc cesful tenderer for gravelling our footpaths. SDR. CORBETT AT LIMERICK.--The Roman Catholic Bishop of Sale (Dr. Corbett) was. according to latest advlces, staying at Limerick, his native city. TF.aoDEs.-Tenders are invited elsewhere for the removal of the diamond drill and plant, from its: peseilt' position to another site about 40 chains up Bennett's Creek. TErsIS.-The following team will repro. sent Morwcll in the contest for Dr. Brown's cupngainsn t Traraigon on Saturday on ith 00,..._ -uCurc :-- aessrs. oakeR, Corncy, Taylor and Turnlecy. ,NEW ARRIVAL--In another column an advertisement will be seen nntifiying that Mr. C. A. Smith has started business in Mor well has a .hairdresser, tobacconist and stationer. AUcTIro' SALES.-Messrs. ' Marriange. Lawrenson and Laidlaw will hold sales of cattle, etc., at Morwell and Narracan on Monday and Wednesday next. Mr. John English also advertises a...
SPORTING. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
SPORTING; SFNNI.S Tloe following is thei resultrof thoe draw for the tennis trophy, 'in tho foram of a cup, prolentod by Dr,"Brov .n of Mitfra July 13.-l13airnsdto o : Morwell at Bairn.dali ' "alfr 'v': nin on at Malfra. Joly 'Otl.-TroralgoOv. Ioirnsdslo, nt Ba ;slo ;, Morwelralllwl v. JluaffraO e August .lO.i"rwo ll v. Traralgon at Mlorwoll ; Birnsdallo . Maftrf it Maft'ro. August .tL.- lirnsdale v.- Morswll at Mirwell ; .lafra v, Translgon at Trarnl gbn.
Artesian Water. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
Artesian Watir ,..... The following letter hp.s bgri rcveived by Mr. "Turnley. as sebretery oftthe deputation which recently w?ited on thq gommissioners anent a water supply for Jlorwell : " Melbourne, 'Jitne 29, 1SS9. "Sir,-Adverting to the recent interview on the subject I 'am :desired by the Com missioriers to say they have no objection to boring operatlons for water 'being carried on i Raillway reserves, outside railway fences at lMorwell. I may nstate that at present the departuient does not require a supply at that station. I havo the honor to be, sir, yours very obediently, "P. P. LAllEoRTOUCInE, Secretary. "To F. C. Mason, Esq., M.P.' .
Childers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
Childers. (FRPOM OUR OW?? COREESPONDC-T.) The usoal fortnightly meeting of the M.I.A. was held on tile evening of the 29th. After the nditcotes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, Mr. Dickenson gave notice of motion, "that £5 be given by the association as a donation to .the librarv." As there was only a small attendance of imembers, it was decided to postpone the nominations of office bearers till next meeting. The readers for the evening being absent, Mlr. P. Davies was called on for his essay on "The inlluences of homne." He said in his opening retIr.rks that he had selected his subject front Smiles' book entitled "Character.": lie inaintained, in his paper, that the character of a person was formed for life, in childhlood, and that, as a child was trained at home, so it would be in mind, manners, and general deportment all through the term of its existence. He said that the first impressions iuade on a child's mind were the most lasting. Then Mlr. Crisp read an ec~a...
THE DISTRICT. Yinnar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
THE DI$TRICT. S Tnllar. (FiROtn OUR Ow?I CORRtiSPONiDENT.) Theo ,isitor to 'Yinnar who comes un oruvidcd with hggiwngs and other bush re 1aisites doecn't leave thlere with the splrt Iles attire he arrived in. No one, who •Iasts t " in the :know " would imagine that the interests of the Yinnarites were watched aver by n azetlou council. At one time the :ouncil. in a fit of generosity, put bluestone t\own in the centre of the main thonruth. rare. Evil-minded people say it. was only lons r, a blind, but I rnn scarcely agred as they would not he likely to endeavor to Sblind the people,' and omit to '" blind thle octal," for the bluestoue waso put dlown in iclt a rough fashion, that all who had any reslpect for their horjes' feet gave it a wide berth. and now like the roads in 'Goldsmiths' ' Deserted \1illat.e" the grins cropst throughl. and spooek of long distse. That portion of the road which is used is it a fearfully dis oraceftl condition, in many places quite 2tt. if mud having to b...
Alleged Criminal Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
Alleged Cl'nlliutl Ass?ialt., -0 Just as we wtore going to press last night we received infoinmtion to the effect that Constable Foloy, of Konrosnan had arrested a man named Quinlan on a charge to criminally assaulting a Mrs. Parker, n boarding house-keeper. The offender had been drinking with a com panion called " Paddy" before the committal of the offence,
Burdock's Goat. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
Burilock's Gon; . Last IMonday afternoon the eleveh Bobllnk boys surrounded and caught an enormous, shaggy, strong-smcllipg goat of the mascu. line gender, turned him loose in iB urd6ck's garden, nailed up the gate, and then went home and fattened their eleven little noses against the back windows to. watch for coming events. Before his goatship had spent three minutes in the garden he had managed to make himself perfectly at home, pulled cdown the clothes line, and devoured two lace collars, a pair of undersleeves, and a striped stocking, belonging to Mr: Burdock. and was busily engaged sampling one of Hlrdock's shirts, when the servant-girl came rushing out with a basket.of clothes to hang up. " The saints preserve us I" she exclaimed, comitg to a dead halt; and gazing open mouthed at the goat. who :was caOlmly munchlngaway at the shirt. " Show. shoew, shenw, there I" scresmed"the girl, setting down the basket. taking her skirts in" both hands, and shaking them violently toward th...
Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
S Our Melbourne, Letter. NT (:(1ost otnt owN conao0 oEN4T.) 'A good many' weeks ago, whlen Sir eonry Loch went homue, I said that tho chances weore ten to one against his return as Governor of Victoria. ,Wltlei riews camo tlut he would nqt return beforo'next .lanitarv, I wrote--" If that is settloed, it is v'ry uinlikely that he will:maki thei oynge to Australia sad back, merely, to govern for unother six muitlus.' W u now know that Sir Honry is to iicceed Sit Hlereoles Robbhinso'iat the CO??:'"Bai t-B still ahother "but"-o we-oreinfatmood. that, hiving in vited all the Australian Governors to coumeo ind sieethe noxt '"Vup' iton fort he.will cote 'out to Victoria' for. a month merely for the purposbeof ksepiu his'ptoornio to entertain thoso gentlemoni Of oourst one cannot really say what will hiapijon 'biit the thing "spoken 'of is "aboitt bne of the unlikliest things that will happen-unless Sir elonry.: is -a:: vory; ditierbnt:maan £from most other, people. .Setting aside the ex ,o...
Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
SsBY i O Wt ow I tIEPORTEL. 'The weather of late has been far from pleasant, cold air and drenching rains have lie.n experiencedldnring the post fortnight, which have considerably retardned vegeta tion. and have also.priovd injirious "to, stuck. It .isa pity f rif?eys Iso not go to inoreitroutle in prolidii? 'lielter foa their nimalsl.. To see thoe \alhiivuriqg' in the wet andl cold is.a craelty, .and is hbeiles prti.tiove of loss to' their owners. An lniial requires nmach less food wTihen pro tectedl froml the weltiler, i!prolves in con dition, litter, andl gives better returns. Daitfinen especially. wihd find it It ,paytblhl aontlay ton. bhildl some sheds in their pladdocke, whlilchwould afford thiir otlck a dry resort in winter, andi shade from tile heat of the sun in Summenllr. The cool storgo andl enol c cartage con pany of perishable t:onionndsities 'such as lairy producei is of considierable impllort nce to the coiniitunity., and it is therefore gratifying to know tliit'Mcr.S...
FOREST RESERVES AND PLANTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
FOREST RESERVES AND PLANTA TIONS. The.colony alrcady possesses a large. number of forest reserves and plantations, the latter of which are devoted to the culti vation of young tr:es and the growth of i forests.: The ftirst on the list is the State I Nursery, at Moont Macedon, a reserve of I 48 acres, of which 24 acres ore at present under cultivation. As its nlome implies, this reserve is used for growing young trees'from seed, and the trees. are from tiriid to tinme removed to the plantations, which will be referred to later on. For some years past- these trees harve been dis tributed annually for the improvement of public parks and gardens -threoghlout the colony, and attention was given chiefly to the production of ornamental trees, very large numbers of the pinns insignis and similar trees being sent out. Uonder the present regime, however, at tention is directed tmore particularly to the growth of trees which will furnish such timber as is of commiercial value for manufacturing...
Gippsland Farmer's Association. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
~ippslaudl Farmer's 'A\ssoclatins, n A'' meeting of :deldegates of dairy farmers met yesterdlay in Munrdoch's S Iotel, Morwell,. ,whenle tlhere were present :--Messrs. Little and Shaw, Jeeraling i Messrs. Draffin and Cochran nraralgon ; Messrs. .Mclvor and 'Whit taker, Flynn's Crek ; Messrs. Ellwood .andt Praitt;Glenmsggio'; MeIsrs. Shaw and MIarsrhall, iHazelweod ;Messrs. Vary and Howlett, Narracan, an Mr. J. T. 'Coman, Narracan. . . f. , Vay, president of the associu F .tio, occupied the chair. In opening the meeting' ho said it was well-known : for what purpose they 'hlad met, vir. to "take into consideration the ad;isability 'of forming a.co-operative company to ohtainm an outlet for produce during .the approaching sunmer. He thought i t only iisdomin' to take the step they mneditated. 'There was alreadly in the 'hands of the secretary a formulated schenme dirawi?nouti for their gidaiice. Tlioy might ameni d it or 'adopt it in tote. It was for the delegates to. sany whether ithe...
The Victorian Timber Supply. REPLANTING OUR FORESTS [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
'I'Te VctorlluTalmLer nlllpply. REPLAXNTING OUR FORESTS -fembers onff "the deputation to the Minister of Ia?ndis which wts organised by lthe Northern Distrirc' Fr"ws-t.s l.ea o sttowe:td. in their remtlrks tast WVednelaty, tll;t even eiti !enen ellr ote te akeln active and patriotie interest in tlhe shject have "vry little knowldge of the efforts wlhich are being inade to provide, by the syrster tic cultivation, of trees. agenitn.t the failure of ithe supply of Victorian-griwn tietir. It is not to bie expected that the fulrlll departltmen:al reports which tate issued oflicially froti timn to tintt reachr thte general publio at. ali, or are road with i irterest Ivby 'nore thoIt wreV littitodl nulmiber event of tlhose to whalot they are sellt. Under these circl-utstances it becomes aatince the ti dty antil the privilege of the Press to disserninato such inform ation as is availahble anid ao is lof interest to the people of the colony. \With this end in viely it is lroposed toi niarrat...
What the Farmer's Want. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
WhIt the Farmer's Want. : Thl disprolortiohnat gr6wth of the population in Melbotrne, in comparison to that of the country, is a subject of remark on all sides; bittas a rule ncto'remarkoinly. If we ask- why do, people flock to Mel bolrne? we are told that there are attrac tions which indcoe people to live there oven on incomes that barely support life. But this is no answer, for if we ask further vhy are those attractions there? we are only tnld-tbcauso.there is a population to onpport them. So 'it is only; a. circular argtnument. To got nt tlie, bottom of the ihiject, weo slhalllars to open up the whole system of political economy.; and as the fact would still confront us at the end all the same, perhaps it is as well, at present, not to go to the bottom. There is, how veor, one item on the surface in the con nection with the solution of the question, that is of great importance to the farmning class. It is this-that -ono great portion of the Melbourne poptuation lived upon he pro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
Marriage;\Lawrofson & Ltidlaw. MARRIAGE, LAWRENSON, AND LAIDLAW; CATTL LE ALsESMEN, STOCK, I STATI. YINANCIAL, AND - NERALCOMMISSION AGENTS, ValuatiouPs carefully made. SLoans on land liegotiated. Stoek Sales held in all the leading centres. SCleriisg Saled 'properly conducted. 'Properties for sale in this and adjoining ditricts. OFFleES :-,Tiralgon and Morwell. . Asetioneers: SJ.D. LAtDiAW and 3. L. LAWniaNsoN. Tl RA, I lUO, MOWIDAY, JULY 8. IAERMRIAI , LAWRBNSON k LAID S.1YJ LAW. will sell at tleii yards on the above date 40 Steer, and bieters Ilyr-old 10 Forward springers 2 Good cow ' P le 0 Poddles; ! : 10 Worker and tackling ii Heiftemlin calf Sheep and pigs .Mathiesonu Davis (Late Peck, Hudson & taynor,) AUCTION EERS, S ,Land and Estate Agents, . , ' - And'Valuators. Agents for .M. P ck'and Son; Gibson, HIudson and Co.. Fourth Victoria Building Society, Imperial Insurance Company, Lon don and Lancashirc'Lifo As surance Company. Wool& Ginin. Monay in any...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
.TO.MORROW'S BHIJVIC!?. CHURCH OF ENOLAM) -Dlrdno eerrio will be held te-moeiew al follows :-II Iere II n.e.C DricedO, 2.30; Meeeell, 7 p.m.' ·'Cereel: . PlTSDYTllI.LY rI nURCllcll liinee eelee will be hold wenelerre_.ee.feliewee-\leeell, .II Cem; Yennar,' S.COp.m.; itleelewwl 7 pmee. Iev. LtW. - wIleolee.
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1889. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
S' I THE. SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1889. , Topics of the Week. M1E COAL lININtG CO.-We learn that inseonseqeuacc boithe above company rea dhcingitho idges of the miners from 8s Gd to 7sa d per ton, they have desisted work. It is to be hoped an amicable' ettlecient will be arrived at. -'MORWELi AAGRICULTUOAL SocIeTY. The annual meeting of the above society will be held in the Mechanics' on Tuesday, 16th July, the business to receive report and balance-sheet. anti notices of motion, and electiori of officers to fill vacancies. SDEATr.- t isour 'pninful dutyto report the demise of Mr. Robert Irving." The deceaned gentlemen had been suffering from an affection of the throat, .and expired at 'his residence, N!orwell, on ,Sundays morning lnst. M?'ch sympathy is felt for those he' has left behind in their bereavement. SALT BUTTER.-In another column it will be seen that the Traralgon Agricultural Society are offering a prize fora tub of salt butter (not less than 501b) to be shown at the Grand "'N...
The Dairying Question. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
The adnjiirned nneting of the farmers >f the dietriet interested in tre half-pound sotter eamsple, auni the proposal to change tie existing systemn of selling produce for the co-operative systoem, hiywhichl farmn rs woutl have the whole matter in their own lands, was helt at 'Mitchell'w lIutel oia Satrdaly afternoon last. There was a large niumber of farmers present. Mr. iowlett.'was appointed chairman. ,IIir pointed out that they hadl formed ia Gippls land Farmrs' Association at Morwell, and hadi enrolled betweeti 60 or 70 meubiiero, pledged to resist the demand. 'arre?an nnd Yinnar had lalso joined the Association. Mr. Whlittakersasked if all the ithetoers had andhered to the rules? Mr. llo'lett replied all except two. A letter was read from Mr. Alex. Gardiner, of ?lelbolrne, enclosling parti culars for a milk factory and cheese plant in connection (which we propose to give in our next), showing a" handsome return. A niiliheur of prospectusesn of the Fresh Food alid Storage Com...
Butter-Making Made Easy. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 6 July 1889
fl utter=,aking made Easy, : Taemanians as a rule, Hlie thOe natne of beoig a slow-going people, but tlo followiv ing method of i buitter-making, published in a letter to the TeSMA.niiAN A tbioUlt, TunRA GALerre, proves 'theoy' are' aR bit_ ahead obf'things :ii tlhe dairying lino :. "Sir,-Tho following mottiod of makingl butterby burying tho,aream initho grour i iso. exceeodingly impleo,adnd ' etso offtee tivo that I feel confidept that it,~nlyneeds publication to be virygigonioraliv'iidojted Tlie test I mnaie was only on a very small scale, but friends of mined ire 'rn?','?rind lhave been ifor, some .time, :making- it for their'owi hconsumption in thi' way. The process is simply as follows :-Dig a hole about a foot deep in the ground (I used?i ny gearden), spread a creamrncloth over the+ bottom of tlihlolbe, eiiiptytlthe creamn into it, fold tile cloth over it to k'eop theliarth from it, then .shovel thlue earth eon top and leave it for 24 hours or a littlelmoro. Dig it up at the e...