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Meeting of Committee of the Morwell, Narracan and Mirboo Pastoral and Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
Mieetiln of Commnittee of the 'or well, Narnlemn and. Nirhoo Pas Stoal andi _rletanlrltrt Society. ' Present :--The tIreidlent,', vicn-presi Ln .,oortru , atri Shin;I an u Mairrs. Inw inet -tMcNabbl?fMcDonnlrl,. Mnrdoclh: and the necrelary. ' fter the confirmation of the minilntos; the ,sub-ommitteoe rcporlcd; on internal nrronnorein'nt; anl snlhinitterl to ? plnnr for. einsideration:tii the h ceting.. j One by. MI. Nary-r andh the atihor :byl th secretary. iAflor e pcsiierrntiin 'it owa renol edil Shat the rn cmmitleahea ne; appofinted lionld ihe -left In careri all arrmn'eeonts n ar, trit!!urq within the grotind into .of feet; S1Tlie special priz'm list was'then reported' ;on, anId fnmrl t ,lit the mnount hal' cen inbreasnedl in totheextent of,n alnt ii guincas. : Mesnr:' Vary,- BSmw,' Hwlett,' Firmin. Pirtor rali the, president, wereolapotnted. a Rub-eonmitteo to make prize-list not:ex ceelding "£'300, ?an to in ev-erytlhing in conneuctin with the winrklnug arranements fier S(ioe...
Yinnar. Tuesday, Feb. 8th, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
1 Yinnar . ;,, .. . iii" 1 ; . ;"'tý' . (FRost OUR tiOWN CCRRiEPO\DEirT.'i T"e'1 F.?b? b 8tI, 1887;" Scrubi hiniii: id'the oiridr of the dly; and the planc has iben nveiieloped in smonke 'for thollat 'oeel. All rsc:n'to he c'irjo'ced at the niecccsfll holrns tlhe.lr 'got,' no it. lhas beeh the.best for the last faoir years. ' Sonme time anr there was a road peit: through Mr Wick's property tno open Tpl a clecared radl that comes fronl tlo'nleolntain, bht the only thin left for the1 pblic..to interest themselveo,; is. in, igetting gates accros the line. They allsoetitn, o l e.very dilatory. in :the:mntter, and. it:.is time for conlie one , td:mnve: in the mantter. 'i the ,above road heo been paidhl for and fencid for tlie last fie months. .We iwilllhavo e " grat:'day in Yinnar anolit the end of the nmontll. ,.eMr Wick. is solliti' a'great'quannity of Mllotment?,' and Miirrin'e, Ore and Cc?.l ore openung: new cattle'sArd. iwliichli''ll 'inihik' tihe ieconiul I nwas highl .oi 'mied thi...
Psyche in a Picture. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
Psyche In a Pleatre. AoAtss? a dark and erasmv hank. Hlr white dress trailingto the ground, She stanood with sweet and iracious air. And cla'p,.d a antlique pitcher raunsI With shapely arms so warm anl hare; HIer eyebrows dre.npin_ till they sank UOpln a cheek mnst wondrous fair. A heathen god. moved I>y her _rare, And by the charms that clowing rose Na' far ltent.am h hr hlushins face, H?al tflwn t where the lily grows, And fillins fall this pitcher rare Withl water charged with subtle charms Hal eranted her most earnest prayer, And dropped the pitcher in ht.r arms. PIIILLIP LINCOLN, The verdict of an unprincipled judge, whether it be right or wrong, by sometn mysterious, Influence pregnates the moral atmosphere with a poison. giving general din satisfaction, and leaving an unwholesome impression on the mind of the accused, even though he may be wanting in keenness of perception, and unaware of the judge's true character. Riches amre somethng more than a mere possession. Many li...
Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
DMumor. , ylat 1 4 vglc--At a little aMe ?r,,,=,u Iat ta Vsscouvets Island, at -ndi;u had been skealing Potatoes from a armn bel.mtging to Mr. Sproat, the local .laUtiie; One day, in order to frighten the SItan, the'm.an in charge, who was awestarn ktaetman, nIred his gun vaguely .n the irecti.tn dl the potato eld. To his astonish $hent he found that be had shot the native ,eatI. An inquest had of coase to be held. ie *oodsman did not look upon the slain idtan as a very great affair, and several came I Mr. .Pprot an satid, "You are not going trmthle Henry about this, are Ion ir " Jr. Sprout being not only the man a master, tit a magistrate, had to reply that however tnueh he felt for the man's misfortune, he ina.et let the law take its course. But where ias a surgeon to be found to make the post inm.,tem examination : A careworn looking fnan stepped off a pile of lumber where he as workiing and said he was a surgeon, This *tatemcnt being naturally received with some h'eitation, he p...
Bush Soap. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
BushIi Soiup nil sevoen puoinrls tvsiling dsnhil" ant ' seven pounds in fivr ghllons water for half in i hnor ; when cold, pour olt the cloar water, oir lyo ;then addsix poulnds of fat and one anitd a quarterl pound ut :,fmin, and boil about four hours ; tost the soaLp hb pouring ia little uponw an .earthenware vessel e aw soon as it acluires the r;?ht feel ofb.so p pnour nit rthe.w'onllwss iit uta 't.iht'ht:; u "o nof it ,onl lhap' flot e'ittin' th; muan i':iuti:',
Farmer. Management of the Farm Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
farmer. Managsleent of the Irum Hlore. Ttn stable should be well ventilated above. If sufficient air and light does notenter, it would hbe well for the owner to put in ,some windows of perf..rated zinu, with a boarded lide, to pull backwards or forwards at plea.' ,loe. to be shiftelaccording to the state of tl e weather. Respeeting the roof, for sum. mer or winter nothing will beat thatch. Tiles I would greatly prefer to slates, as it is most .ppras ovely hot under the latter in the summer-time. For theu Hlo, which should ';ave the slightest slant from the manger to a Sa'low gutter behind the home's .heela ; b icks no doubt are the best and most lasting, :iost farm Hoors are made of chalk or bhur .teck, which requires, to be mended.ocrasion. ally. To each stable on a far. achaff-house is n.cessary for'mixing the various kinds of chaff together. j This shuold be situated in the middle of the stable. ..Where a quantity ,f berets are, it is neces-ary to have on or 'w., separate standin...
VEAL POT ROAST. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
V?AL ROASt .m . For into a wide mouthed esrthern jar, a layS. of small button onions, a piece of lean veal, one teaspoonful of salt, half a teaspoonful of white pepper, a saltepoonful of mace, a sprig of thyme. astrip of lemon rind, a pint of clear stock and a win ?abifol of Rhine wine. Cover the jar closely, set it in a pan of hot water, and immer four houars. Take out toe mesat, strain the sauce, reduce it by quick boiling, brush a little over the meat, and put it in the oven a few minutes to brown the top: send to table with assorted vegetables.
Boys' Column. IN THE SADDLE. PART II. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
Boos' Column. IN THB SADDLE. By Coleael TLeodore A. Dedge, (Form harper'. Yoag People.) PART IL A?taow let us suppose that you have got good frm sea ad light hans, and that you can ride along the road at a walk, trot, anad oanter, and feel as much at home as if you wr on foot. The next thing Don and you may leaem is to jump a ene cleverly. H you never felt a desire to leap over into a ild and gallop alog the soft trt? I've no doubt yOn have been sory that you Could not do e. and have thought it a very gratfee. Buti is not hard at alL Any one ean ily r to elI a olever jumper onver a nee or brook. The difficulty lie in teashing the hose to jump willingly and handily. Would you like to teach Don? In the country th is simple enaO sh. In the city it may not beeasy to het spites to prctie in. The way to begin s to And faliln log, or aat of waioh you Cmn It down the bar until it is only eighteen or twenty inches high. Then walk Don up to it, and encourage him to step over it often and quie...
Oats. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
Oats. in: Lnot so particular in thir. seedl-bori a .i wlat or, barley, and they arr, p.,rhalrtps, the - bLat crolps for new larul. Several varict us sncceed iadu:rabllv throghollt the ctolnic:;. Thu earliest stor is that known as thi Ullcut?ii,iv thlin, light-co'dorel out, and o?ne moire adapted for lia t:han for grain..Tiri. variety sedl to be very nuitcl .grtown near Melbolurte,. but it was found It be readly for cutting efo.ue the weathtlr was snitable for ,iaking hay, so, lately, it has been ver.' scarce.. T'hei Norwegian .ot, although a heavy grain anl good hyielder, is no. so groat a fi.itvuritlasit was once thorltr: .t would hel thu bhclack cotllr ai r iars to ,bjectuhlthe r.aan?y horse-keeper.r. '.'i Tacturiatl is, aiter ill, tihe best: all rouind" odt,.both for lutr - and -;for grain;. 'it. will raccounudlatc 'itself ahnost to'. imy sil, nucl.i vorv" soiifI ol tr.natorlnt, atol till olrrr l against tic hot winds much i eitii teIan titan ii 'Potato vauriet .Thlatte: is iat l...
The Farm. Barley. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
arIrey. Landi iniended for thi crop cannot be got ready- too early or tillekd.too niuch: of all our cereals, barley requires the best preparation. The land ought to be= as well and carefully cultivated as if it was intended for a crop of roon?. Only good farnmers should attermpt growing mailtin_ barley; thei curlp is profitabl nn.: if wlI grown, and if the grain be -plumpn, jig pi e "is usjally ais lhigh as that gjvg ;jr wheat; butt uile?s tiha land b,? ~"i.?;aud highly clhi?atenl, and thit crupl ?ico.ver more atten ton than nnefnerlina ten is disposed to give it, it will pay beLter to grow. oats - or some oTher grain. L,and for barley should lie deeply iini honestly ploughed an11 ti?ado 'line with thie ecarifier. Elxhasted ' l?ids are nmost Sunsuitablo for iariey, an i: it will be unwise, to attempnt growing it upon a pddoulk which has beenoo maturing. "wheat or oats, cperlhaps, for years. The best crop to precede barley is euither potatoes, niize, tnangolds, or any. oth.l;i" - in ...
Economy in Horse-Feeding. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
iTo feed farm horses witolt. ,ii a kecp them i l g..d ilolc- ion. I key fr loigh hrse,, t;an kerp tlmi this:--ia one .nl a halft stonl (21 lhs.) ,'i,, In lev': it l i il a li im lni tti niis Itls hing 11i l t u, lrni]p. l Ilf ill the boiler with wan'ae tilll ill thile h r!ev. thln i lit le tchuoff on.tnp, and a clth "orI: i , 'all, t keep in thl rs'aim wlion ,oilil. In ;ln hour aftter, lft mit, and plnt in a tubil i tl.l h •e in tile Ibttom, to a wi tie wali to get lit to leav.i thel.intl-shd ry:; thn I . follow ,ing useI' . th8 silllL') :V ';'il n hiucke fk i to eac ll hi?- t tie irn :it Atnd ianot r lit tl 'lvl I 'eick i Il1 1i , i rawirtiurni' l g x ti. T; ' a l it 1al''1 sttna oif bariley fue's fiu li e iich. lidav. Ili ig alJitle ove.' five lpoitindi wn (I'$ " Ili l-s e , a i o "y I t . . f;itl atn IM i skins like si'k. Althuighiqi 'av, et Tio hij till 011 o st oif A r ( lv hiitrl?" or olit lfraw), lthiay appeara u - it-fl if tli' is feld'ain ntat- and hav : n'l 'n ..6 Vh hlats...
AMENDMENT BY MR. PARNELL. LONDON, Feb. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
AME ND3?ENTRY MIR:. PARNELT,. :Tnotlihe IIous of Conmotis last night )Ir; Parnell monvd an itmnenment'tmi the tadre.ss' in reply, s n. ny-ing t 'tt'dicism e 'direxisdid in Treland in eases where the i?ntf lil iAiitubl red?lce.l. The amnetrliitiffifrther set forth that autoneomy anlrli'tfijiri itwas the i e medyf orti.preseont crisis. Mr. Pr. Parnell's sloiehm timrlpogms t ?twas moelr;ttq,in tonne.: REPORTED RESTFINATION OF LOID) DUNRAVEN. : 'LONON. 'eb. 8. It is eunrtentit rejptfted tht i. the Erl of PniR"aven, Parlibnlentary Ser'etar for the Cnlronlis; iniitelos to resign oflice for similar rennsotO to, thnse whts h actuiated Lord Ran dlollph Churchill i n his resignaotion.
WHY EVE DIDN'T NEED A GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 February 1887
WIlY EVE DIDN'T NEED A GIRL. .---- ·, ·.i A 'lady writer' in nne' of o'cir egchnii"es ftrnisor s sli ome of' the reason's why"Eve@ did not. keip a" liiried 'girl. "She -says:-E "ITheic 'it h-.en, i great deal. satid alti' tih fiutlts of awomen, and w tl.,hyov nteedl .so mch waiting, on.' Some onn (a man of eourse);:has the poesumption to ask, 'Why, wlien - Eve wans manlfacttred ont of a spare'rii, a servant was -not inmlde at the amne thne tin'wait upon her'? She didn't' 'neel'anvn. A licight writer hisio aii Adai?t never camo whininig to ETe with a ragged stockin "to hb darried;' litttoes to be csewed fn glo vsc to be' ,iiended ' right 'aw?y- qutci `,nw'!" "?'Io never, rcoal tl news panm?s iuntil the,onn int lt'down olhinil the pain t rees., .and li:h. otret tlint , htimnslf, yawned nott.-' Isant. supper, ready yet, my doar'?': Not- heo;. Io: mtadl thin lire, andl. hln" thi kettle nver it himielf, we'll -ena" tre;' andl, pulleid' the rnai'hes,?peeled the rotatoes- anid did overythi...