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TRARALGON SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

TILAR?LCLON SHIRE. Central liding : Cr. Allan Walker. East Riding: Cr. John lourke. \'Wet Itidng : Cr. F. Howlett. Cr. Walker is notagain coming forward.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

,u?liclpail Elections. The followrig councillors retire in August:- SALIE BORnOUGC I COUNCIL. South Ward : Cr Wisc. East Ward : Cr L. I. JIonsn. North Ward : Cr Edward lag?an. Cr. lingan hns announced his intention of not again presenting hilnself.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AVON SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

AVON SIIIRE. South Riding: Cr. V. O. C. Thompson. EaNt Riding: Cr. W. TotlCy. North Riding : Cr. Denis LIong.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALBERTON SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

AI.lIIRTON SIllRE. Soulth hiding:lp Cr. E~. BucIkley. East [iding : Cr. It. 6. Jlodman. West Riding:: Cr .,7. Christonsen.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

Agriculturnll Gossip. BY oun ow.? lteronrcn. Plougling matches have of late years been discontinued in many parts of the colony; Thi has has relted not froml any lack of public interest in them, hlbt be casoe they leave the Agricultural Societies, under whose auspices they are always h1eh in debt. But debt or no debt, there is to he a mild revival in their favor down in the Western district this year. Colne has decided to have one, so has Campordown, and other places are following sait. The Wattle Coltivation Bill which has jest been circulated in Parliament wolld create a. new industry, or rather help to largely develop an old one. There are in Victoria abont 250,000 acres of land which have been thrown open for selection, hbt are too poor to be taken up. TIhe Bill proposes to lease these for wattle cultivation on a 21 years tenure, under certain rabbit exterminating conditions at a rental of 4d per acre yearly. The area will'be limited to 1000 acres, and out of this the lessee wil...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Open Column. ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE. (At the Request of the Executive Committe.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

Olpel Cltialltl. ON W\OM)tA SUFFRAGE. By AXEL GUSTAFSON. (At the Rleques: of the Executive Comn mitte.) It is an undeni ible fact that nerither .,x can exist without tihe other; that therefore, tlhe interests of tmen iand wlncn are so inls(l!u6bly connected throughout life that. lnlder il cirellnrstancee and condlitison, tla'y either rise or fall togetrher, they either uplift or degotle each otherr. Arnd the whole trend of civilisation is to steadily ncrease and intensify this mutual inter dependence of the sexes. Gornm int is lihe ruling anI directing power of S tato,and representrtive govern lnent means that those who wield it hold it sebj.jet to the will of the people. Now. if men are intere'eetl in good government. so are wnomtn; if mIlen are entitled to t the blessings of representative goverrnamnt, so are wornlon; anti as their interests, as we haero seen, are so closely knit together, injustice to one is injustice to the other. Under representative government the hallot is th...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Traralgon Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

Truraligo Shire Council. WE?V?c D.tY, JULY 13. Present-Crs. Peterkin (preidlent,) CGunp bell, lIowlett, Firunin, Walker, Bourke, Verney, and Ilodyconb. CoItrIESPONDY.NCE. From J. Gray, solicitor, applyving on behalf of Mr. Zatchtrions Christensen, for tihe suon of £t5 for damnage sus af:nuod by hirt through negiigenco of council in failing to rOpairt alangeruons ho!e on the l toedulo. Secretary to arrange. From H. Crisp, Callignco, on hehalf of Trustees Ptublic Hull, to clear road opposite Iall.-Sec motion. From Treasury, Melbourne,ac noawloeg. ing letter from council anent "a findt for the suppression of vermin," on I stating that it was intendedi to ask lParliamt.nt during tim linanciat year to mIake such a provision, and slnegesting that contncil place thelmnselves a connauonicattion with tlto ;uanils Depa'rttaaelnt,-Dlepa rtalent to be w.ritton to. Frol'e FI. C. Mason, M.L.A., re diulta tion to the Proltaier on titl £3 to £1 sunbsidy, antid sttting that Ihe swoald tiake an early...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Our Melbourne Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

(FIo.o OUnt oWN COitIoRSPONDenNT.) Tihe attempt of Professor Kerntot nod two of his colleagues to force the Central BIoard of Hienlth to sanction the re-htilding of the Ilijou T'heatre, assume noditional signiti. cnice wlhenl road side by side with the pro cc"dings at the Town Hall upon the same day. 'Public pinion is agailnst the project of raising anotller thentre upon tie ashles of the old tone. Nout that it matters very much where n theatre is built, provided the site to suitnble, ns ail such thuhildingo'seemned destiued to be bultrnt dncu snto time or other. (lItl it in felt, and the f cling is very goenerally oxpreiseod, that theildaltnger arising from ltnaic would be emoiderably acentlttnved i a building shut in oin every side Rt the old ltij.ut was. stanl tlhtr, now it hIt been retoroved Iby fli it wouht be unlwise to ,'rr:t. another public place of anlastcmnt upon that site. Mr. Kernot thinks otherwivose, andl1 that is more, Ihe VLwants a maItIjolrity of tlhe Coot.ral Iloar...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

Marrilg?, Lamwa1s: &d Lyilhw. MARRIAGE; LAWBERENSO", AN t LAIDLAW, CATTLE SALESMIEN, S''TOc'!C. I'T'.\VTE. FIN.\NCI.\L. AND G iNl:' I\.AL Cc.l! !I ISION AG ET'S. 1?ilt ll titls carefully madoe. l.naIlls on ihlu i negtinatlii. Stonik Sailes hehl in all the leading centres. Cia':rhinl1 Silltes propen.:ly catlucled. J'rlpll 'rtlt?s fur sale in this anti :.ljoining districts. IFF'IC:S: Trarnlgnn and -Morwell. Au:tioeers: J. D. L.utl?Awte anl 1:. IL. T..AwnESSnS. 3IOIIWELL, MONDAY, JULY 13. , %.lltUItAGE. T..1WIENSON & LAID. J LAW will sell at their yanls- 7O Plaldic 1 "vr.-cn!l srtert 23 2vr-ld dom. 2t 2vr-ohl heifers 30 Dry cows 1, Sprictcgcr 1" c.cc:l odllies 10 3 cr-ohl heiferr 1 Pt're Icereforl bull, prize taker 3Mathieson Davis (Late PIcc, lludson & llaynor,) I UCTION EEIS. k. L.nd and Estate Auents. And Valuators. Agents for . T. Peck and Son;: Gib.on. Hudson nnd Co.. Folrth Victoria lnilding Society, I tperial Inemranee Company. Lon don nud Lancashire life...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

''opies of the Week. TEs,?s.--The M3orwe.ll tennis club last night started for Blt;irsdlale, i onler to try conclusions with that club. 1tAILIWAvs.-no les tthan ninedeputantions were intruh?cel on Welnesdady Inst to the Itnilway Cunlissioners with regard to pri?ins.d new lines. TIHE SgIIItInY.-ThIe PreCsient and secre tary, and Cr4. Ituelycomb and Varney have beetn appoinited to attend the conference relative to the '3M to £: subsidy on Wedlnes dlay next. ItETuntasrs O ICEcIts.--The following gentlemen have been appointed to act as returning nllliers for the municipal elections: -West liding-Or Firmil; East Itiding- Cr Varney; Central lliding-Or J. l'eterkin (president). CrtcAP tMEAT.--Mr. I. l Mcliterick has determined to join the ranks of those who supply us with animal food, and has com mtenced husiness next the 3Morwell Coffee Palace, where he solicits a call. INDECEST ASSAULT.-The man Quinlan, who was last week arrested by Constable Foley, forattempted assaulton a Mrs. Parker, ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Morwell Advertiser. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

THE Iaortuall bbt>ranier. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1889. Is another columnnn will he read with in terest a "Talk with Farmers" by Mr. D. Wilson, who is dairy expert in ordinary to the Agricoltura/l D partment, and who knows as l much; if not more than any other dairynian in tle rolony, and certainly ore tlllanl Mr. Crawford, and at' nil events always lots fall a few words of wisdomn when heo speaks on the snbjett of thu indrstry. At Lancefiold the other day, hiu made sovend points worth noting, and summed up the "necessities" in dairying Is (I) Pro vidling slitable food for cows in try and wet weather. (2) In making cool build ings. (3) In providing modern appli nces and machinery ; annl (4) in finding a foreign market for esurplus produce. With all these things uitty made nnd provided for, Mr. Wilson thiinks dairying in Victoria would then be worthy of thie name, and as a matter of fact, the name of its pIaluce I already stands high among the assets of the colony. The revennuederved f...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Straight Talk To Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 13 July 1889

StrlKtight Talk To Farmers. ----+-- The following leitnre wtas delivered at L.aocelclil Jenction on Saturday to the farmers of West Borko by Mr..D. Wilson. the dairy extirt for theo Department of Agricultlre. ,\Ir. Wilson said it was not his intention to inflict a technical lecture on how to alll:ke good bIltler or to ablle those who make had, becalus he thought effective teachig.-in dairying cnoll only hidloonu by plnctical teachniin which was the canse of tlhe great Sllceus tl;hat lhal attelllel dltiry sehLols andI colleges wherever they lead heon osltalishel, and Ie hlted that lbefore on;g a similar systelll wolt lhie estabtlishol in Victoria. so lth a i proper eucationnal collrs could be givuen to ollr farirlllr' lauighters. in the art of nmaking ibutter andm eheese wilh lllmodern applliances. Th'lse vyung fumales lhad ian equl clbin iI I tlhe State to share in thi alrnicl trial edulcation now iheing given so lilberlly to oIlr youtlihs. Ite woetl.l endeavor to draows the attenti...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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The Profitable Pig. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 July 1889

The Profitable Pig. By F. D. ConTis, NEW YORK. Pig misers have too generally adopted a system to make the most rapid increase; they have supposed this to he the most profitable.- They have acted upon the nrinciple that the more food whieh could be stuffed into a pig the' better, and breeders have been governed by the same idea and have endeavoured to condense pigs, as far as possible reducing the bone, muscle, and other parts to fat, so that the modern improved pig has be come little less than a mass of animated lard. Such pigs are not desirable food, and people show their good sense by not wishing to eat them. Improvement has reduced the demand for pig meat in the cities more than one-half, and in the country it has lessened its use in farmers' families. Why ? Because the American stomach has notkept pace with this kind of improve ment in the. feeding and breeding of pigs.; If our stomachs could be made to digest lard four inches thick, then we might continue this kind of improve m...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MILLER CUP COMPETITION RETURN MATCHES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 July 1889

MILLERI CUP COMPETITION , RIETURN MATCHES. TO THLE EDITOR OF TIlE MORWELL AD VEtTISER. 'Slr.--A there applenrs to be a great deal of misrandersatnding respecting when or where the return matches due to my club, In the above competilloi are to hbe played, per haps you will kinlly ilnsert these few lines by wvay of notice to the clubs interested. I have rectnicd letters from the secretaries of the Morvwell nel 'rraralgon Football clubs, the former wishing to krnow if we Were going to visit mortell for the retrn match, athl the latter, if my club had ?IstoANDnD. As I did not rcetive either of thane latters itn time to reply, I will answer them here. It wans well indcretood that, in the event of our ground being ineonveniclnt or iunsuitable for retarn mateese. they were to ie Idayed on the Moaeo ground, not1 we are so far from being distantdedl , that we hadl a full team at the statliol readly to journey to lnoe to mect 'I'rarlgmor, when we receiverd word that the latter had not arrived...

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Open Column. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 July 1889

Ope'n Collualº. Wfe V41:l It to ba'dlstllttlp lullcrdtoo Lhatur do not ec nerar i u pyl1, fl vi ctigrew~rd by ur corresilndents ill or 0100l columun.

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Agricultural Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 July 1889

lgrieulttiitil to?i i. , Se on Oows REronreRn. Tihe wtdailhr'latcly his becenfar from wintry, and.i judging.from i present pro-. spects,e we on;glito'-have an eiirly spring thris ear. Feed. for stock is much mlitore ploeitiful than usual for this tinme of tihe year, and evidteneoaof this is foiund in the. quantities of .hltter which are being for wardled to tile iietropltlis. Prices. for this cliass of lnairy produlce are cnnsequently ratlher-ln or for winter. andleas thel epring a~lvan'cis they mail y ' ?e exptect.ed to Iecome very lhw indeed. .-In the largo areas of the northern and central parts of the continent, a heavy rush of grass isnatulrally expected following the reorarkably fine rainfall of tihe present season. Even' at the present timo tllb pastulres in the .bends of the creeks and rivers are. reportedl to have a" carryinlg Capacity of froml four to five slleep to the -acre, and what'.they will be like by the, and. of September, .only those who know 'hiat this country is...

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Childers. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 July 1889

Clnilhlers. / '. ?-, -ao (Fnon.or.u ows conatcrosnsr.x.) 'Thru soal M.T.A. neeting was hold on the 131h. The notice of motion given ut thle irevitota meeuting was broutght forward and considereud, with the result that £3 was volted as i ilonation t to the lilrary. . The tie9tltinsiotrii 'was the. eluection of otliclluearers for tIh unsuing .half year.' T;ie 'follnowirig 'geantleinen weru elected:-President, Mr. S. Dickinson; vice-president, .Mr. W. Diver; secretary, .Mr..G Elliugsoen; tretasurer,. Mr. E. .J. Diver: Editor, Mr. C.. Crisp; aind a genural cnllotllittec consisting of 3Messrs. J. Proctor, IR. Dickinson, V. Crisp, and P. Davies. Mr. S. Dickinson read a pictc untitled, "Asking the olhd man" and Jlr. P. Davies an ,extract frotm a. lectulre; ithlatl, ,lai dolivered by Dr. Neil It sholrt titme ago on "T'ite Matnners intd Habits oflMarvel omt Metlbonrno." As-tlhe Eilitobrudt no cln tcritiutitois to i tile Qeurturhy Midjlziile; criticisans were, invited o;n the reahlingst Most ...

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Gippsland Diarymen's Association. TUESDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 July 1889

Gippshlasn IDhtynien's Association. TUEsoAn , JULY 16. L A meeting of the above pssociation waos lhekld:ih Murdoch's liotel on Tuesday after noon last. There was it goodly number present, ditl Mr. S. Vury (president) occupied the. chair. COniPESNOoDECE. From John A. Sutherland, secretary of the. Victorian Buyurs'. Associaltion, cknow ledging letter received from lurwsll, arnd stating that it hadl been: placed before n, meeting of thu coulmitteemheld on July let, and intimanting thalt lie .hd. been re. questedc to notify to lie Mirwell Assndia tion' that the 'commuittee regrett:l. hieing unable, to iieet nitetiners ait .Mrwell anod suI'ggestingt that u meeting be arranged with sulume of our nieimllers who are in tihe ihalit of visiting Melbourne. The corn miittee were further of opinion :that by senmling delegates to the culntry it might lead to somie illisnderstanding withl tlhose nuctioneers : who had agreed to grunt the concessions asked for by the buyers. No further action to Iu ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 July 1889

T'e Elections, .On.Thurolny. last Mr. John Draflin, who is a candidato for tihe vacancy created by the retiremlltlt of Mr. Al'an Valiker, in thi centiral riding,, aildreoed a hirgo hiieeting of ratepayers in the Northl IIael wood iMechanics' Institute. Mr. J. Fraser, on the' motion of AMr. T. Gooding, was voted to the chair, and introducled the candidtimto Who sipoke at some length on'tl-e requirements of the shiro, dealing exhans tively with thne proposal to raise a loan. He expressed himself strongly opposed to" saddling the ratopayers and their children after them with snel an oncmnbrnceo. lr..Draflin was most attentively listeneud to, and at the conclusmiion Mr. McInnes moved, and Mr; T. Ilohling seconded a Imotion,? ,expressing confidence in the speakerans a lit amid proper porson to rolep resent them at the Council !oard, which was carriied uianimotuly. rott wewll evetryone il tlose colonies klJO\alOv h 'a I h?m toll oxhanut thu.n0oil for, a'onnhdlorlrhe elmhimco in their htei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 20 July 1889

DEAN YOITT YAIRS. IG The deeeirptlos ofn .lmlle rSentmtl, by whslh a complete sunr or dte.ne, andt noLes no the hcad, of o0 fsear' ttao|i|n, la just beer effeted., will be tent tree to anyone rho applles to J. R. NICtIOLOf,. ITS William-street, Melbourne. Public Notice. MORWELL MIECHANICS' INSTITUTE SKATING RINK OPIN EVERY SATURDAY' NIGHIT From 780 till 10 p.m. Admission Gd.; Skates, Gd.; Use of floor, 6d. CIHAS. P. NIND, Hon. Sec. Manure ! Manure !! Manure! ! James Fry & Co (LIMITED) HTAVE CONFIDENCE in recommend. in leg the CHEMICAL MANURE: fanufactured by them to all agrienlturlsts as being Pure, Unadulter.ted, Very Yaluable Manure. ia- A trial will certainly establish them in lasting favoer as being superior to any thing yet ofered to farmers in the district. They will be found'suitable alike for Cereals or. Root Crops, INcLUDI.NGo. POTATOES, PEAS, BEANS, ko., ke.,, Or for FRUIT TREES and ORCHARDS, being especially prepared for each : variety of crop, and in every instan...

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