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Boys Column. IN THE SADDLE. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
IN TIlE SADDLE. By Colonel Theodore A. Dodge. U.S.A. (From Iarper's 2roung People.) PART I. I ca'ntor remember the time when I was first put upon a horse. At six or seven years old, when riding became an every-day duty, I was already familiar with what a big horee felt like between my tiny legs. I lived with my grandfather, a clergyman, near Lake Wini piaeoges. Twice a day the mail had to be fetched from the post.-of?ice, a mile and shalt from the parsonage. Old Prudence was a Morgan mare, wortay her name when between the thills of the old fashioned shay, but keenly conscious of her pedigree if you but showed her the veriest tip of a birch twig She knew her duty well when the venerable pastor gathered up the reins and spoke to her in his gentle voice. But I fancy she relished not less the companionship of his livelier grandson. I used to climb into the manger and sit and fondle her, and tell her my dearest secrets by the hour together; and many's the apple Prue and I went halves in....
Theory of Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
lTheory of .tArlcnultare. To let the air down deep into the soil and the sublsoil, to aerate, sweeten, and en rich thet, to increase tihejquantit\ of plant food, and the grazing-gruntnd, so to speak. of tile roots to enlarge the soil's calpacity for the rentention of loisttre, land so a\voidl to a great extent. tlhe destnrctive influences of hot wrinds. This is deep cultivation, and mist Ie the theory for the Victorian farmer to follow. The early, dry, and deep cultivation of the soil are mtost im portant operations tnowards conmmnding success in the growsth of cereals or any oither crop. What is meant by deep culti vation is moving tand breaking np the under-soil without hringing it to the sur face. This sit -:oiling may be accomllish ed by followingi in the furrowr after an or diniar" plough with it plough from which the inotld-lboard hao heen removed, thus loosening the sub-soil to ia depth of six or eight inches without hringing it up. Be fo-e sub-soiling, however, it is best to...
My Guardian. CHAPTER THE SEVENTH [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
[BY ADA CAMBRIDGIE.] CII.PATEIR THEl SF.VENTII I am afraid Mrnt) ore "will feel a little hurt at your behaviourjust now. Daisy. She hast been a ngaol friend to yon for several years. remember. and I am sure she must have looked for some sort of expression of gratitude at least, if not of a.lection and regret, on your leaving her. I don't think so. uncle. I said doggedly. She knows I am not fond of her as well a you do. I should be sorry to think wol were unmindful ot the atTection she evidently has for you. he rontinuel a little acverely. •, There. that's where you don't under stand it a bit. uncler" I retorted, with a little flash of the indinat:ion that wat bottlhd up in ime. "'She has't any atfeetion for lt-e more than foerother 1ai.le:ishennly pretends she has to please yen. -rtoe used often to kits and hug me like that wh.en I was alittle girl but she never d(es now exe. l.t when you ar there to see. What are you talking about ?ihe aked cool: tarning round to lok at me. The h)k...
Farmer. Scraps from the Live Stock Journal. LANCASTER COMET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
.anrntcr. gcraps from tlie live Stock Jounr eow Shorthor n sires, of any date, have been ionre wuldly impresarve than was Lo.ncaster Coauet 11 G3, for he it accepted an tale bull wtllch rt?tua.oud a dietinrl charncter on the bhlt;tun herd, anod the Sittyton herd has had not a Ittlle to do wlttl fxtoir: the type of Shor?= horn which is in favour on half thin island. Tore brteedig ofr atneerptr Cornet is, therefore, a questiols ot tlo entll it;ptrance; and, as geuer ily happen=, being: at ot ordinary ioteaenot the pedltaree is one which is ijre gtlarly er tered. .tr. Wilkioeol, ,of Lenton -the hro?der aft this ai nlanry other good ?lotlh run-wao a noo oef advanced views. lie might have been thI, advi.or tol the Edit itng C.Oa?,uttee of the Suourthorn Society, so Ltaillf;ttn was he to the itmportance of pre aerving the uln..l of I- mol e. and -o arbitrary wa, he in rucottai!itg a pe-:jlree whfen and where it halpp,.toed to ruln him. Lancaster Comet W o t11o ld to a hull called by two h...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
!eor. Vr jalt, o th" Utnitod S??oaS Fihh Crnm ,oo. 1" rotO that the t onnoogiol1 rOaOlrt of thr 'dep f." eotorotiono fLot Ypoor werr o ora?. it:, rrtt. 3[1. y additilno to the faun. ,a o-oot dopTlho wrtro mod-t, atnld a or pro0 p .rii..n ,, -h.!m a(re ultd.-ecribeoi forma. So-n of the it h, wrrro oo rrot i- aotr. f. Hu ' tn,,ken ti 1 00 0 ' fIo l ' tho~, n r. r2th* it 5'03 to tOflO .d olorot,?, wile in i 57T. faothme n .Inro and "trofm e.oh bhe rr-oti. mt ts!:r ... .o f oo curinonh ftritlupl 'on11 t f thoon of loroy sto. ond h iohtov ct onr l.:rid nft?n with vOrfect e.?e:. 1' "O, in l of tin,,olf ti, dropof t ,lr-d i, c. ,.r'r: of tht, moj ' intfrr^tinoo now for;,,' f top.o oh ~oph*'n-.., tood 1 oolthor.ir. ",,.ro drril,: a?.?: of thl-rn in fi,-0o qftiu ttt,.-, e?v.n in :to?ie .fot - .1 olu 1,ti.. S .t -r ll , ,Loro--otin. r w IfrnTLs of -or.Is, or?,nio.-. .?.: oo . ao d o .,.1 fotr,,. olslo cltc.urred. . _',n,,rouo p- r itn",: of huso! r't.-or.hit- wil fl-i o l . Ihfll "..,.oo ito)...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
" DIisesetd Naturre orftecntilrmes breakts forthl i strange eruptione.--Aet iii. Cece 1." SOOME pIatielet strtfrrirrg fr-cIr nervoas k affectioes are afraid frtml shcnr ha':. fulness anrd mabcst's to ipeestlla cllele t a medical lrlar-otllrer atiet htave ur tie 'sulf-opee'-eiorri nild c?ediiLr. rrlr l ill th. conasul'tinlg u nl.eo 'culr:tely describe their s;yuilltnser-thelir aliitti of life. ardl the n: turc of thei dls-a-sei thri serfer frr:a. Let such seir-urs (.tre: er she) sit quietlr drrwn irs the prirerry rf their osar apart' rernllts, arllrriill r:trlr Illn lrisrde l drrritd r lear!,i end- >.rvlptosr If their rarer: a cleIr it:rt,: sr?LUet rhis wariettrs. I :l I:1 c lE re me, is f:rl -rfrIlef)cnlislt Nl l t',srdiis0e-.strrn a r r:rt r orelrar tirr. l re. Lowrvr,r a diis e is er[ a iescurls-arnsd exceprin:1 cclttr~e~t r. pr)lls l crr llrr latios tlr rr-s lrrallllci .-ier -,ler-r arlltt s et' ill cel lrrdence iss-ren-tar, that of the rthousands ulor thltl anuil whom I rave ...
TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
'TiO-iORROW'S SERIrCES." b' Church of Enghn~4 for February 13. Rev. .1. R. Walker at Trarleon 11, Glen; garrv,3, Tnrralgon 7; Mr. E. H. Smithoat Trartlgon Soitlih 11,' Wilhi"ng" 3 'Ulpe? SFlynn's Creek 7.,"i , ..: Wesleran Church for .February 13. Rev. T. Aldan- at Mori ell 11 (Sacrae?ant), Dritlleld 3,' Yihlnhr 7. Mr Cannaml at Tre rulgon 11 anal 7. Tyers, 3: . :"'Preshyteriah Churh for iFebni;u~it 13;-. ,Mi E. Eldiildge: At Rouiedle. 1if; Flyin's Creek, 3 Traralgon, 7. 2Ir. A. I. Mac donald: At Traralgon. 11; Callignec. 3; Truramlgon South. 7. Rev.'.. (. Wilsohi At Yinnar, 11 ; , Iazelwood North, 3; MIorýwell, 7. Two last cobmilimioni ervice.
Commercial News. Live Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
Qtsmmtreirntl:t etr Live: Stock Report. ; :a Fat Cattle--The ?:irket was heavily inppilicd, 'ablit 2,000 head: lthling beenh yarded, a fair proportion of.which,were of. good and iiie quality. ' The large nn,mliei penned, coupled with the excessive heat of thue weather,' caused ia dll deinaid, andl prices ruled throughout, the reduction Ising more noticcable in, middling and inferior sorts and heavy weights thain'in other descrirtions. ..Pri,6e pens of buml locks sold at from L10 10s to L13, accord in to, weight ; good dr,. froh 1.8 10s to LUlOs: iddling and inferior. from TLib. Prime pans of cows, fromm -L7 10s to L9 others froin L.4 mupwards.
Farm and Dairy Produce. TRARALGON Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
TnRAtAL.N; .Saturday. .Messrs. Marriage, Orr 'and Co., report: --On Satrday our inmrt..was well at tomdcd, fair slipply of produce forward, f r .which quick sale was ol?rected. .Fowls (young) weit to 2s 9d per pair ; no lducks ter\ordl, carrots, turnil)s, al oniomns 9d to, Is per dozen ; potatoes. 1s 10d, Is lhd, 2s hl. A .quantity of hlacrkberries. 10 d per lb ; chesoe, it, JItl, 1ad, Gd per lb1.. `We also l dispjosedo of some sundries iot satis factory rates. MJELlURNIE, Wedl. leb. D. The Fartners Co-operative Business Asso; ciation of Victoritio Iliaited,:81, Little Collinfs strcet West. We hell, oi0' lnsullrllsll e 1on (Wedlnesday last, before 'a Inrge It!tt.n .lace of buyers, but the heat hald la very depressifig effect on the market, the bidding being less spirited than usual, and the gools, for the molt Ipart, in soft 'coidition. Prices as follows : :Cucs"es :-fnll))d lema)ndl for prime, from GIl- t, 7d; mr diurn, 4d to , l; in ferior, lower.. .;,.:. Porcln Brlrn :--Primne, 1...
Melbourne Grain Markets. Wednesday, Feb. 9. Messrs R. Goldsbrough and Co's limited Weekly Grain Report. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
Melboaile Gliin Ma?ilrlCets. .- Wedniesday, Fellb. 9. Messrs. R. Gohlshrnghli and Co's limited Weekly Grain Report. The deliveries ofgrain from the country are now on an extenllsie scale, nd large parcels of. wheat are c(cuing forward, both for sbipmecnt' nd Ideal ippllhl. : Complaints of the want of trucks at several of the grain centres have reached us, and con signers are unable to forward their consignments owing to the difficulty arising. aWe have not heard of any altoration in the price of wheat in the home market, and withl a prosloct of freights being easier, prices are not likely to go lower at present, though there is scarcely any mar gin of profit loft for shiplpers at existing rates. 'Or export trade is now brisk, and'daily. additions are being mrade to the miabor of vessels engaged to load wheat both to the oither colonies anil the United Kingdom. In face of .th strong demand for all aiwiil ablelparcels offering, prices are likely to rule firm in the meantime. i \'heat ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
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