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GROOMING COWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

GROOMING COWS. It sounds strange to hear that some farmers do not believe in the advisabil ity, or even the possibility, of this work, says a writer in a recent issue of the "Dairy," published in London, and yet tfce same men see nothing wrong or impossible in two hours daily spent in feeding, cleaning, and grooming a pair cf horses. It is not, of course, urged that a cow should be groomed as much as a horse —although the writer knows of one herd where every cow is daily groom ed, to its manifest benefit—but every animal should be dressed once every Apart from this, our sanitary author ities are likely to more and more seek to enforce such worlc from the public health point of view, and if dairy-farm ers -try to lead in the matter, instead of waiting till they are driven, it will be ever so much more to their credit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

"JPrôof." Some presa opinioúa:—"A remarkably powerful dramatisation of a great work." "One of the best plays ever offered to the public by the well known Coulter Dramatic Company." "A beautiful story, full of human in terest, and brightened by good, clean and. wholesome comedy.''—Advt.

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DAIRYING. WET AND DRY[?]DED MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

follows on this cultural Gazette .— The question of the relative advan tages of wet and dry-handed milking i has always been a much-discussed one, I and probably will continue to remain I so. The arguments on each, side are I numerous, and the adherents of each side are absolutely conviuced that their j own method is infinitely superior to ! the other. There is an "evidently ad- : vantageous result which follows from ; this state of affairs. The milker, know- i ing that there are opponents of his method, lakes the utmost care in car rying out his milking in his own way in order to obtain results which will be convincing as to the superior effi cacy of his own method. The benefi cial results of this care and attention are too evident to call for explanation. They bear their own reward. Wet milking need not necessitate, if reasonable precautions are taken, the soiling of the milk in the least. The udder and the hands should be kept scrupulously clean, and, above all, the undesirable a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

very good attendance, Mr F. Ai^ Sing leton bçjpg in the chair. Mr J« H. Moore, roe superintendent, presented a satisfactory report, w^iich showed thereto be a good average attendance of scholars during the year. Á nice li^te programme had been arranged, qSa was successfully gone through, jJjÊbe various items being nicely ren dered. The Chairman, in presenting the prizes, congratulated the scholars , on their success. At the conclusion of. the programme, Mr H. G. Reid moved, and Mr A. J. Forsyth seconded, a hearty vote of thanks to all who had so.kindly assisted in the evening's en joyment. The motion was carried by acclamation, and Mr Westerman briefly responded. Light refreshments hav ing been handed round, proceedings terminated with the National Anthem. Programme :— Opening hymn and prayer ; Cbair-^ man's address ; little gill's address, Miss Janet Halden ; song, " Holy City," Mr W. Westerman ; recitation, Two church builders," Miss Florence Horsnell ; class recitation, "Crossing...

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SAM HOUSTON'S BUSY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

SAM HOUSTON'S BUSY DAY. In the days of General Sam Houston I duelling was much more common than ! After removing to Texas, General I Houston happened to give offence to a ! political opponent, who felt his honor disfigured to such an extent that he , sent a challenge to Houston. The ! bearer of the challenge was received . 1 with courtly civility. He handed the written challenge to General Houston, who read it, and, taking 'up his pen, wrote something across the hack of the folded paper and placed it in a : pigeonhole of his desk. He then went : on to entertain the bearer of the chal I lenge with the pleasant conversation I for which he was noted. After a time I the man began to grow impatient, and, I reminding the general of the challenge, 1 asked him if he were going to Veply. "O, yes," said Houston; "I'm going to reply." "Well, are you going to accept the challenge of my friend?" "Certainly, I will accept It." "Will you fix the date for to-mor "No, not to-morrow." "Next day?" "No...

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MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

MOE. 'lüf* Bbueu wjj '"»ptt for the iRÉP&fca* « j ^ provjsionifivPtlL ÍS iQii the appointment of bo learn that Mr. Albert E^for ¿bis electorate, is "Ooid, and ' allow an ^ ß^^ed for bWrrm stated that Strattou and party _Trv!IeTWO-MDg iu tbe D?igbborbood pÄ^as!*receatly stíuok a sood » At the Moe Police Court, ou Thurs íríth i' Sldiey wiU b* barged with forging and uttering a cWue purported to bave been drawn by Mr.' --J. lurnbulj.ofThorpdale. K„;Í J^8 •8ince Precautions were being taken in a town not a hundred I miles /rom Moe with a view of intro ducing economical use of water, and Wt ir,WrI Iis- s?arcity was much Mt in domestic circles, the following advertisement, which appeared in a i?S..,-it"'rua1' epeats for itself — oleJn^Xlfy---^"8 and w=r,t0t"BSraan.iMr- * Ï"W») ¡o-1 tends taking a trip to tbe old couitry I leaving Melbourne early in Mav fw mutual friend will be awây St°¿ months, returning to Victoria in time Mr A v!,^ep"P not fflr. A. Fe tit, journalist, of «amiral...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXXIII. A Cowardly Plot. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

-CHAPTER XXXIII. A Cowardly Plot. Lady Marchmont, with Alice, Olive and Mrs. Ingrakam, were all assem bled in the great hall aa the hour of their coming drew near. Alice was feeling very happy, for May was coming wich, the expected ar rivals, and she could hardly restrain her Impatience to see her. The sisters had seldom been separated for any length of lime, and filch missed the other sadly when parted. Imogen and Olive were both elabor ately dressed in silks; hue AUce wore a cool-looking blue lawn; it^ ruffles edged with a narrow white lace. Her only ornament was a small locket, enamelled in blue and studded with diamonds, which she wore suspended from lier neck by a fine gold chain. Will had given it to bor that very morning, and it contained an excellent likeness of hiwseIf painted on ivory. But in spite of the simplicity of her attire, with her wealth of golden hair crowning her beautiful face, and a bunch of crimson nasturtiums in her belt, she was a picture which a master wou...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
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[?] END. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

END. The rainfulJ at Hill End for the past 12 m on ti» (termiuating on February 28th; amounted to 38.20 inches. The monthly records were .as follows March (1905), 0.75; April, 2.11 ; May, 4.33 ; June, 4.0(3 ; -July, 4.58 ¡August, 2.30 ; September, 6.31 ; October, 6.19 ; November, 2.61 ; December, 3.53 ; January (1906) 0.76 ; February, 0.67. While out prospecting in the neigh borhood of Hill Eud on Friday last, Mr. Dan Espíe discovered a number of human bones., iucluding the skull. Some fragments of clothing, an empty purse, a piir of^bóots and a pick were near the remains. It is stated that^ some fifteep years ago a miner left' Hawthorn'Creeßi near Fumina, for the purpose of reaching Fenian Point, where a small rush had taken place, but the man was never afterwards heard of. The police are making in quiries into the matter. .The following letter, re a mail ser vice between Hill End and Fumina, ►vas addressed to tbe Hon. A. McLean, flá.P.. by tbe Secretary of the Post- ¡ master-Gener...

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IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE CHAPTER XXXII. A Visit to the Marquise of Leith. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE By M re. G. SHELDON, Authoress of "Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," "Mona, or The Secret of- a Royaf Mirror," etc. -CHAPTER XXXII. A Visit to the Marquise of Leith. i The thought oí ¡ove- in connection Wm had never enteieS ment rUiocI unlil tUat m0" aÂïï" BZVf'LX taXÄÄ1"4 '•*" *"»»■ and, being: a úcciücoiy ¡¡rSiy^rthe bad enjoyed taking hur out to ¿tes and parties and pla\ing escort in an elderJy brotherly iv¿r, lo yaiious pia But tiie idea of making lier his wife «dÜ never SüXÍT'.-SJCfJ hiry, It give iu'm aln is ii lie hi and robb(.;d kindness loJ 5n . •'<* that iittl o cpi liiorv- r>f í?1"' rof- ^v,ll;|yw' and the We as L lom "o"ô,SSL"i?i;et%eîa,'d and although ho W«l lo he esnecHl' ¡y kind lo Olive—he found h msolf avoiding another tco-a-tcic with he, during the remainder of her visit. The leelmg was not allowed to be fagotlen after her dcuarture »»ífhr.r that she was a great heiress! and be- I Mr" S'ctr,";'**1" « "« ««WM wÄÄÄtÄ**make * Will quietly ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

Professional Notices. [a card.] J. A. WILMOTH S ON, SOLICITORS, MELBOURNE am) TRAFALGAR. Mr. R. J. Wilmoth Visits Trafalgar on First and Third Saturday in each month. (Commissioners for taking Affidavits). LA cabd.] HUBERT KELLY, Barrister and solicitor. Proctor and Conveyancer. TRAFALGAR, Visits MOE Every Tcfesdaï. All kinds ofJ^EGAL ":^PTr ^ GRAY, FRIEND & WILLIAMSON Barristers and Solicitors» warragul. Notary Public: Commissioners of the Supreme Court of Victoria and oí the High Court of Australia. TRAFALGAR - VISITS - EVERY - SATURDAY. (11.80 a.m. to 5 p.m); Or on other dates by appointment. TRUST MONIES TO LEND. FRANK G-EACH, TRUST MOMEYS TO LEND. Head Office: QUEEN STREET, WARRAGUL (Next to "Guardian" Office), "Where Mr. Geach may lis Consulted Daily. M. DA VINE, Barrister and solicitor. Queen Street, WARRAGUL. COMMISSIONER OF THE SoPREME CoüRT for Taking Affadavits. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. W. LESLIE PARK, SOLICITOR, 419 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE. J^ONIES to LUND, £100 to £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

'¿.^Bkess Notices. T. gf MORRIS, " PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER JEWELLER & OPTICIAN, TRAFALGAR (■V«. THE All Work Kcrpivfg PEOiffT Ais'D CAREFUL ATTENTION ANH IS GUARANTEED. i p,S1elM„t.,Slock,?1 Watch«., Clock«, jTOeUrn, ' SjW foods aud SjeotacSi At City Prioes. Ahe You INTERESTED IN JEWELLERY? íf SO H. NEWMAN'S ILLUSTRATED — CATOLOGUE May be liaci for the asking! h X^ír.mS,10 ruy ° Pre?"u tor a Friend, I Ours is the oklcaUcsUiblished iWßll,«™ »tiGStiiSjSl* Zr'A*""1, •( fiervecl, J^vthin# w0 sead j-ou does ÄoÄrar a™ivai'we wsi1 ¡wSlîffÂ'or "" ™m reIu°d "» That's a fair position, isn't^it? H NEWMAN, «K Sítóüí lifc vST.REET. . Q.V.t* «*d Noon's.) How much is your time worth? worth money. You must depend upon your watch to do certain things In a. certain time. You'M experience vexatious delays if your watch cannot be depended upon. We are selling a Watch for SO/- that will help you to make money, If time la money. p keyless Waitham, H. Newman, 312 Bourke Street, ..MELBOURNE.. "... . ....

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The News. Nee temere, nee timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

t|í)e "gíetüs. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR* Published Thubsdàï Mornings. THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. The usual quarterly accounts are being sent out from this office. Sub scribers and others will oblige by at tending to same. The new House of Commons com prises 134 barristers and solicitors. 130 merchant manufacturers, 48 authors and journalists, 45 ex-army men, 44 artisans, 35 ship owners and ship Builders, 12 farmers, 10 doctors, 10 yeomanry officers, 9 bankers, 6 school ^Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes* last 'cattle sale at Trafalgar, held on ° 6 krg ever held in the district. _ The yard ing numbered close upon 1200 head, about 1000 of which changed hands at very satisfactory prioes./^jgasaMr»»; unoM»ftrynblfoh by I au oyerßigfaVite^ootatiöSs were not | supplied. ' placea thaw Trafalgar consequen the past couple or three ye of them several times. There has been some dissension connection with the choir at tl Church of England at Warragul;'i which culminated on Sunday ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of cost but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL 1, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

! CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices aro inserted free. o£ coat i bat must reach tlie office - by Wednesday ! morning to ensure publication.] SüNDiT Nest, A peu, 1, 1906. We8letíh Church.—Trafalgar, H a.m., Rev Fielding; Trafalgar, 7.30 p.m., Mr. Gib lett; Trafalgar Soatb, 3 p.m., Mr Green; Tliorpdale, 7.30 p.m., Rev. Fielding; Childera 3 p.m., Mr. Stranger; Narracan,3 p.ui.. Rev. Fielding; Moe, 7.30p.m., ifr. Atkins; Swamp I E., p.m., Mr. Akers. I Pbesbttewah Church.—The Rev. J. A. ! Taylor will conduct services next Suflday as. i follows:—Upe, 11 a.m; Trafalgar 3 p.m. : Yarragon, 2.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

Amusements. TRAFALGAR HORTICULTURAL - SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL SHOW Will be Leid on WEDNESDAY, 4th APRIL, 1906. GOOD PRIZES. GOOD PRIZES. £50-PRlZE SCHEDULE-£50 Full particular« obtainable from— J. BUCHANAN, Secretary. SOL. GREEN, The Levlatlan of Australia, on or off the Course. Member of BOWES' TATTERSALL'S CLUB, M EL BO URJSTS. Straight-out and Double Books Now Open Newmarket and Australian Cup. SPECIAL NOTICE. When wiring money state same inTelegram to avoid delay. If cash ia hand or holding winning voucher always state same when sending instruc Starting price on all Melbourne and Sub urban Races. NO LIMIT. S.P. Commissioners mean if non-starter no business. All Telegrams must be reply paid. No Reply, iso Business. Price List will be forwarded on applica The following is sufficient Address:— SOL. GREEN, MELBOURNE. The Oldest Establishment and Most Liberal TURF COMMISSION AGENT IN THE COMMONWEALTH. THE COUNT (E, N. ABRAHAMS), (Late OXEHBAM ond THE COUNT). VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. £ ...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

I MULTUM IN PAIWO. Trafalgar show next Wednesday. About 1,750,000 acres grow the world's tobacco. Advertise in this paper and your business will prosper. Rapid growth, of the finger nails is a sign of good health. The streets of London have an ag gregate length of 30,000 miles. Desirable farm to let, on shares; good locality. Apply this office. Wanted.—100 subscribers to the Trafalgar band, at Is. per quarter. Trafalgar horticultural society's third animal show, on Wednesday, 4th April. Jennings and Mclnries' next fort nightly sale at Trafalgar on Saturday April 7. The bell in the Kremlin, at Moscow, I weighs 532,00001b. It it the world's biggest. Mathieson and Davis fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, April 14th. A message passes from one end of the Atlantic cable to the other in about three seconds. All descriptions of Job Printing ex ecuted at the News office—quickly, neatly, cheaply. The British Government makes £10,000,000 a year from its opium factories in India....

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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

MELBOURNE PIG MARKET / A Messrs. Adamson, Strettle iix^Co., Mel bourne, report under the dafé of Thursday, 22nd inst.:—1900 pigs yarded. Stores:— A.liisht supply, atrqog-sSrta being in request Urte quotation®, -fcmall, including slips and «ôgksïê^uïl. 1'orkers—Well supplied, the demand being brisk ot slightly improved wMk" Prime heavy, 27s. to 30s.; msdium, j 23 s to 2Gs; small sorts and light weights, 16s to 21s. Baconers—A fair yardiDg, competition active at slightly higher values, i rime heavy 60s to 56s; extra choice, to 61s; mediara, 88s I to 45s¡ light and intermediate, 30s to 35s. I Messrs HcPhail Bros and Co., re- I port under date of 22nd March, 1906 : ; About 1,900 pigs yarded for to- ¡ day's sale. Stores—Light yarding. For strong sorts of good quality the demand was brisk atfully former quotations, while suckers . and slips continued m dull request at low prices. Extra strong stores, 14s to 17s ; strong, 10s to 13s ; a few small, 7s to 9s ; '.suckers and slips, 3s to 0s. ...

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WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. Skews and Patterena report haviug ""Held their usual weekly market at their yards, Warragul, on Thursday lass. There was an exceptionally large yarding of cattle, and prices were about equal to last week's im proved ratee. They quote as under Pigs —Suckers, 2s 6d to 5s 6d ; slips, to 8s ; etorea, 8s Gd to 12s ; porkers, small, 18s 6d to 2-1 s ; others 25s to 28s ; baconera, 303 to 428 6d ; sows, to 30s. Cattle —750 yarded. Fat cow, £5 to -£9 10s ; forward do., £4 5s I to £4 10s ; 6tore do., best, .S3 lfls to £4 ; I others, from 50s ; aged, from 35s ; forward I bullocks, £5} do., springers, IA ; do., 2 | yrs., L3 10s ; do., 18 mona, 40s to 45a ; do., poddies, 17s 6d to 27s 6tl ; milkers and springers, best, L3 to L6 10s ; second, do., L5 to L5 17s 6d ; others from TA 10s; springing heifers, best, L5 to L6 ; others from L4 10s; do., 2 yrs., £3 5s to L4 ; do., 18 mons., 50s to 60s; do., poddies, best, 25s to 30s , others from 20s ; mixed, do., 17« Öd to 25s ; email...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

AUCTION REMINDERS. Special caWie sal© at Trafalgar, next Satur day, by Jennings and v chineé. Special hors<mle at Trafalgar, next.ilonday April 2, by Jennings and M clones. Messrs. Jennings and Mclmies. Trafalgar slock salea first and third Saturdays in. each month. Next sale—April 7. ' Messrs. Mathieson-and Davis; ¡Trafalgar stock sales second and third Saturdays in each month. Next sale—April 14. i Messrs. Mathieson and Davis. Moe stock sales last Saturday in each moúTfc~-0¿eit sale —April 25. Messrs. Skews and Patterson- Yarragon stook sales fortnightly. Next sale— April i°. Messrs. Adamson. StrQÄfrffild~Ci. -.-Mel bourne stock 'sales fi3 'ioîlow-^fTewmàrket, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays; .Corporation Yards, Thursdays and Fridays.

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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

grIin and produce mabket. Cheese.—Market "steady. Fair supplie Prime linea of nçw makes, 6d. to 6¿d.; good matured, 8d. to 9d. Medium, to 5id. Loaf si2e6d. to 7íd. Inferió lower. Fresh Butter.—'Market steady. Prin tory lump realised to ll-Jd., a few speci al lota higher, prime separator, 9d. to 10§d good 9d, to 9|d., poor lower. Eggs.—Market steady. Ordinary linos 914.002011. Privat« lines higher. Bacou.—Steady. Light town cured sidi 7d. to 7|d.; middles 7¿d. to 8d.; hams «d. I 9d ; lard, G J<1. to 6d in bladders. Pt>r lb. ? ' .'•■Carease Pork.—'-Easier. Friday only Priice light weichte, wcll-dreased, realist 1 2¿d. to 3*d.; medium and heavy weights 2¡ to Si" Choppers ktver. Prime vealers : 3d,Dürers lfd. to 2¿d. :V Poultry.—Good demand for prima table birds, poor lots very dull. Young rooa good, realised 4s. 2d to 5s. 3d., a few special : lota. Old ducks, 2s. to 2s. 8d.; Ducklings, i 5s. Od Hens and mixed lots, Is. 9d. to 2s 9Ú.; small 2s. to 2s. 6d. Pullets 2s. lOd. ...

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COULTERS' DRAMATIC COMPANY. "ARRAH-NA-POGUE" & "PROOF." [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 29 March 1906

COULTERS' DRAMATIC COMPANY. "ARRTVH-NA.POGUE" & "PROOF." It is forty years since Diou Bouci cault, discarding the nom-de-theatre, of "Lee Morton," under which, he wrote "London Assurance," produced "Arrah-Na-Pogue" (Arrah-of-the-Kiss) at the Princess Theatre, Dublin. Since then the atmosphere of the theatre has changed completely. "Arrah-Na Pogue" was an overwhelming success in those days, and was translated into French and other languages. Arrah Na-Pogue, in those days, assisted materially to arouse wild enthusiasm in those by-gone strenuous titiv when they were— "Hanging mea and women, too. For wearing of the green." An exchange says:—"Mr. W. J". Coulter, as "Shaun (John) the Post," is a pillar of strength to "Arrah-Na Pogue." He has brought the character as much up-to-date as it is possible for an actor to do. He is the most genial and lovable of Irishmen, as far removed from the ordinary stage creation as possible. Yesterday he would have been called a "broth of a boy;" ...

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