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MELBOURNE MARKETS. LIVE STOCK REPORT. Wednesday, September 22nd [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
MELBOURNE MIARKETS. LIVE STOCK" REPORT. Wdunieday, Scrteimber 2ind Fat cantle--only almut 1:3l0 were yarded the bulk of wnich were ofnmiddlng quality. There was a small attenudnce of buyers. Sales were dullsand:prncs recede., f?onm 20s to 30. lidr hlnid firom ltst weeks rate's, the greatest r.?uction in value heing on heavy weighls, the demand for which has fallenm off, in consequence of tlheiucreased heat if the weather, which ilfected the market thrloughout. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from l l14 to L1 ; odi beasts to LI7 103; middling do. from :L3 10. to L10 ; inferior, from Li. Very .few cows were yardned, hIsts l. from 1 9 to LI'. Others from L34 uptwards. less.osA. M'Lenn and Co. sold 1(; Imllocks and 4 cows for Mr. Mortimer, 7 l ull?:l; for 3?h Clhestr-r, "11 bullock, for John Muriray to £17, averagitng£109s 6d 10 bullocks fir \Mr. Crisp to £10 7s Gd, averwagig £10 0s 3d, and 1 cowat £7 15s; 10 bullocks for .Mr. J. Boland to LIO 17s Gd, averaging £9 8s 3d, and one cow at a...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, Sept 20, [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. j (Fr.o,&-t le.ourn,, Papers.). TL.ondon, Scpt 20, The "Fvaro' and" the "lnepubliqie Francaise" w'iting withT reference to the possible intervention of Admiral Tryon in the new Hebrides, threatens England with the conseqidences that Itmay follow should such interventioin be ordered ,by'the 'lritislh oermnent. William Beach, the ch:mnpioni sculler, still declines to accept Ilanlan's challenge to row on the Thames, and will leave England on the 14th prox., oil his return to Austllin. Beach sails for Sydney on the 14th October. lie offers to la i Hanilan £1000 to £800 in a match to be rowed on the Parramatt..
CORRESPONDENCE. SURVEY FEES. To the Editor of the Traralgon Record. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
CORRESPONDENCE. -9-~- SURVEV FEES. 7b the Editor of the Trarnlgan Perord. Sir,-I amn pleased that your Callignt' correspondent has drawn attention to the. excessive survey charges now being made under the present Act. I also.under?toad that tlhe survey fees would lb rmuch lighter under the new La]nd Act, than und-r the old one; but this week, £17 odd is de manded for the survey of 200 acres, that under the old Act would have Ieon sur veyed for ahout £9 or £10. I was under the impression that when the survey fees amounted to over £10, the layttieut would be extended over two or three years, to make it lighter for the selector, but amn now informned the anmount' numst bhe paid within 28 days from date of notice. In conclusion I would suggest that selectors in tliis'distric hllould, throughli onit repre sentative, draw the attention of the Minister of lands, to the heavy fees de m:Inded, and to endeavour to obt?dn a redress of the grievance -f .... .".... SELECTOlr.:
THE LAND SALE DISPUTE. MASON v. O'FLAHERTY. Melbourne, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
THE: LAND SALE DISPUTE. MASON v. O'TLAIERTY. (Fro. our-Specid' Corespondent:) fMelbourne. Thursday Evening. The ?case in which Mr. Frincis Con way Mason sped Mr. Roger O'Fi'lherty in respect of certain -allotments .which lihe its aillegedto haiec purchised at '?a' land sale at Tirardgoii, 'came on for hi;aring to-day -before Mr. Justice t Kerferd in the First Nisi Prius'Cadirt lelhourne. Mr. Isanes,was for the I plhintiff; and Di. iladden iaid M1r. Topp for the defendant.I It appeared from the opening state- f in??t of Mr. Isaacs that on Novelnberl 20, 1885,,thloeplaintill, by : his agents, I sold to the defendant a numnber of al- a lotments of land.in various sections,.in thi piris of Trarnml"gni. The derei? dant had refused to complete his pur chase. He had not paid,: and- he re fused to pay the purchasso! noney, or deposit,: or' any ' partit thereof - Mr P sames then called Robert )Dowse iTareinson, t eni- m bIr of the firm of -Marriage, Orr and n Co., stock and station agents at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
TOWN DIRECTORY. IfR RAi-oY--pin-tr-v yen .. le.' from It delbh rne, ,nih- main Gipilat.d ti.e,' at. he Jon, tion of the i, vfielI: li-,e. Shire Co.ncil.-TPreside n'. J. Petrrkin Fsq., O.nreill ,' , M".Ir. G. ion. n 1) Cumplxii. If. ]r..i. PI.enc, th. K. 11 her, Forsyth M II, iud V i rn : Shire .etr. taay and lr.gir.cr. \Ir. Jime- Cam hell: INate Collector,W~irts Ins~prr, , he., F.. ·Iiin. nrll Tre*rcret.J. H. refe "'o:er " ..t ilk of Aosnrsla'aia: ilcalth ifll er.Dr Montgamery Insp et. i.u sanres. Cotabl O' Ullt.noghu : the C,.un- il aln nrt a a I ocal bhard ot Healh. and mRe t for hu i. e-s on thesecon ZW\-re?ad'n isn the month at I I a in. L.Aw.-i 'olee M.Zgist ute, A. W. I[,,wit,. Fq.Eq who aI.Id- ciourts the f urhl Wedaln s d iin ,trey-month. the Ju-ti"t iftitr P-ece p?-eieing on he second Weldnccsaiy,at 1Oa m. I ; herk - Court. and al l*. I cltuea Registrar, o r ' hur'e, Du Ve : Ju-tices &lt;.I the P.nae. Me-?r, J. Peterkin. Dr M.,r.!so V. Young W. Whitake s, H. 4.ackay...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
"W:XTN I.).a -gI geazrnl servant. for privrate farl€: - a*,r.s, 12s. refer enes rquirtel. Apply at tRnce . . R. IIENID)EN, Stationer, &c., Truralgon. BEES WAN rI'D. I you have any boxes of lIE:S for sale, . or can. sipply a lnrage number from the bush, write to A Garrett. Cannibal Crck.] Yor Sale or To Let.. "IOfS ISALE-POSTS anr.l RAILS. (.ar S den Palings and broil P'alings in any quantity. SIEDS, of every des'rilption. nron Timme, I.'n and Co., Little C llias ,treet, ait Melbourne prices Apply to C. STE.1D.)IAN. "mralgon FJR 'S.1E.-Tr n hrs, YOUNG C lh \ PI . R1 ,1t . P eli,.r c a i lh " to JOSEPH DRAFI'h'l, . ost-o?liee, Callignce. SOR1 S.ALE-One 0-gallon Cheese Tub. SApply--IRECOR1D OFFICE. .rTO LET, 318 acre.s, Wolfoenden' I'Pad. A dock. lient.£25. Apply- ' ALEX. WADI, Traralguon rTl0 ET-Four rnoned Cottage. A\pplyqh S C.. I. ILKES & CO. FT1 I 1 LET-r-The Graing of 40 acres of I land, within one mile of the township of Tiiralgon. Apply to. THOMAS J. TANNE . . T...
TRARALGON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
TRARAILGCON MARKIETS M .ssrs MaIringe, Orr and Co. report : We hell a verr successful clearing sale for Mr. Piwell' at - trracun on Wednesday, Sept. a1th. Cows sold from £3 to £4 for stores; milkers, £4 10s ,to £6. OsA 6.1? yearlings, £1 Gi. to£1 Ills; 2-yr old steers, £3 1-s ; pigs, 13s to 23a.. Sundries, and dairy' utensils at full value. A large quantity of cheese at (itll per lb. The ;ttendoance was large. We held our uattl fortnightly sale at T'lrtalgo, mou. 3~oinday, Sept. 20th, an rdedared a large quantity. Bidding was spirited :uad the attendance fair. We sold a nice lt of bullocks at r., s ; steers' at £:3 10s to .£l 12s ,, ; springers, a nice lot, at £5. Os; leifer, £2 15s, 1.13:s, £3 10s ; store cows, £3 ?s to £4 ? ; yearlings, 30s; working bul lock- (a team of 8) att £ t?. Pigs.-Only a few forw.ird.?. .
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
GOVERNMIENT GAZETTE The following applications for leases under section 3? of the Land Act 1884, lhave been refused :-J. B. Goodwin, 760.i, lrrajung ; P. SMooney, 2521, Wonwron ; C. Varney, 540a, Tanjil ; E. L. Hayden, (ii0a., Carraunll ; J. F. Matthews, 950a, Willing ; A. F. Slatcr, 1000a, Yarragon; G. A. Rvlah, Bingo ?unnjic. The fi,llowing- applications f,,r lie ssec have abeeinpp/io-ed--"Ubders sctidhd 19 of The Land Act 18(9, as amended by the Land Act 1878--R. Clauke, 201, Bulga ; R. Pentland, 207a, Traralgon; W. Hand cly, 27a, Tong oung and Loy Yan: The issue of the following new licenses, under;.secibin 409, of-the-liad:-Ac't 1809, has leenl app:oved:-T. Norton, lOs, Sale; 1). Lidly, ts 3r -I1p, Trarnlon ; C. Bedg good, o20, Mecrlicu; TV. Irwin, 20a, Glencoe. The following licenses under the Land Act 1869), have been declared void.-J. Archibld, Talmbs;i ?'; Elston; J. Smith, Traralann ?'t. S. Halliday, Wonnongatta. The fllowing applications for leases have been apprved?:,-J ...
FARM PRODUCE REPORT. Wednesday, Sept 22. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
FARM PRODUCE REPORT. dn.edzlsday, Sept. .2 .?'Crnath; Son and Co. report: Chees :-Prime loaf., to 7?d per lb.: metlnium, d "i 7d petr'lh. large sire. to"7,d per lb.: medium.c 6 to 7dlper lb. Fresh Ilnt ter.-l'rime dairies, IId to Is Id per Ih: onlinary lots. 9 I to 10.1 per lb; lump., to 1(1 per lb ; casks, frtsh.to to per Ib; jitted!nol old.to lOd pxr lb ; mediuti, to SJ'; inferiot, 4-1 to G per lb. E]o.. 9):1 to 101 per doe" liams.-Ptime factory cored, to 8.1 per It; f.rm.:to 7d per; lb. !BoCsn..tFactory, to 7~d per lb.;-farm.-14d to 6l4d phrlh. Carcase uork. 44d to 54d4 per Ih ; lanl. 4il to. Gd per Ib; lhone , bush. 3d : 3:-d p.;r Ib; Inimagar.. Cl.o, to 31 I per Ih ; Ic-?.sax,. to 9,1 pr lb: fowls, 4s 9d to CS per pa r; ducks, Cs to Gs per pair: ?F.s. fis to 7s Gd per pair torkeys. to 4s 6.1 p:r pair; guin foowl, to SIper pair:'"p's fuiwl, 14ss to 2Js i'r jpr:; pigonrs. to 2? C1 lper pair; rabbits and hare-i to o Cil per pair. 'hes.-!Pri'me. ai-? --io per bushel. Oats.--S.'?d T...
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPT. 20, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
R QRE DALE SHIRE S:' COUNCIL. ; Moi xnA) SEPT. 20, 1886. :Presetl: :Cis. Hqian (president) Bowuman,; Yoling, Clenmott, Skeels DIhorl, Slater, and Moore. COnrlrEPONrtE C?5f . From the Public Works iD)p:lrt menit; tating that the sunI of G60(1 had been placed on the esti:,mates to assist in. reeonstructiiig the L.olsghrd causeway, proriding tihe cuuncil spenl an additional .£600. From the Mafflr Shire Council, ,. proposed alterations in the w~kl·rtn uf the D6g Aot. SFrom Mr A. Harris, .M.P., forsward. ing a letter from thile secretary of Vic tori ni Railways; stating that the. Coat nissioners are not empowered to deal with proposed lines of railways, ca,. sequently- they cou?d not 4*al with the Yi.Yrrleis to lioserlahe loue.-lre. cei-ved. - Frot . C" O. Coulson, lencoe, st:,at iUg that on the western portisri of 11the. Glencoe run there is a pelrnrnent waterholo known as St:kc. Swal1p, and also a simaller. one Iarerl tlhe Port road. ýThe.se are the only wa.terin, p?iees for stock betw...
SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, BY NORMAN WAKEFIELD CHAPTER VII.—CONTINUED. BUSH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
-SALL.SILCHESTER. ... AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,* t NORIMAN WAKlEFIELD, CIIAPTER VII.-CO'rTINUPD. BUt?SI LIFE. Heroes there are in tile Australian hush who are unknown to the world. I Lettered anna- nIeteIhd ,4 tdicre are iý among them, 'but' tihe wn'ld knows I Inothing of them. Nevertheless they c are fighting a hard battle; they are s not fighting a dangerously aggressive i foe, but they are' ighllting one which .1 takes a longer time to defeat. They s are fighting against their own inclina- i tions to go away from the terrible dis- u comfort in the life incidental to settl- I inm in ne1w districts, thley are tighting agaiinst aiulost inltpossile roadls; theyi are'iiglhtilng :ainst tle l ensls timber, tiihich ualtkes It ilpossible for human c food to grow, they are fighting against vermin of all sorts and sizes whichl( m:akes the culture of crops a farce, and they are paving the way for those t who travel after them, malking travel ling both easy and' void of danger- making the wilderne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
Au tions. MARRIAGE, 0 1I1R :.AND 'COLY. PTQC! AND F'T T.T A9Q!1NlhS GIE cafntl 'ltttitiltz :.t all 'it finiii"a I .ntrurr thi thii1l. l'eriiieal Markets nnulltnctrdi. fAL.:.\TloS)Nllmall. 1.O.1NS T.Ff sttl. Au; ert: e:a:iiM. 4IACtS -ON t]t. IIE.\i) op1~1CE:_T.-I'r UI.G ON. We Ili re crnetrri r" watc cextciitrel :artil iti. Traam^ty .iU.rrj-ett T :i~a!,ti e..- \arri- Ittiftiuti AC.K'uiIt 1Oll- .. v fatiihnnale i Ncr 'it.`n!a:11T Fire fliraie'" Cu. '.luiti~tid 11 al-t ttl ircai' i fi t I i& l-'arulie C.i --X'Niew .rllSi1f YEItiirIt; . ti ''rURi)AX-, Fi-'FTl'MIFh ?Srit. LAND. LAND) LAIN. - 3ro.K1ZybrL 1 ownisFr~Iu ` jý r-it;TrrU(;, OUiR CO. oin cin}iiactioni itA1 with .ea SiL-Cu.) n.)' fteuiritl i ith itil-trieti..ii- ti-in 1": Fleminig E.-uq.. to i~llr Itr liiic aucrtlll as. niuir"c "it t i,s ite aatui..ii gils ne l in gi-i 4':rticte :r-li in fiitir a l tlui'fwrlt . PREI IMINAR.Ih NOT ICE. > i:i ii,ý;1 E Dilli; t li'tl ra f auil 1 itiiir~ ttiss tut I -r. Writh, iulntrtieit ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
Neville's-Grand Junctionl Hotel Acknowledged to be the Leading Hotel in the district,. .".Iý.t, l t.. tltitt ..1 t ttty 1'. 1v ~ .. (II1 1·1(111)1(11(111 11 1) 19 ..taI u lt111)1111·11U 11I) -:·~--~--~-~--~· =-;z; ·.·.,~~ir_~,;~,~_~,c~,-·;rl-- ----p~Ei~Wr~i t; fBP~i·~4~f~! rUI 'r - 11 b -~ )o-bFs ri~7·g~Erlfff9 ~di2 i fi ' 1P'ucd~ii Anid I SxepirhnI, 1Ptrliey provide for. ISII IAUzItS (iwc of Akcok'n In t.) h:,, r..-: fr ..:,u:?vln..l TiravIl..rt . H ,,.s and Hug~is always at hand. Te' p. mp: :t. hdl t,'. Panrtits patr.ni.in thc. abovc "hotel will receive Civility, Comfort, and Attention. Charges Mnoderate. CORNELIUS NEVTILLE. PrI'm, r tor THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. AllGYi.E STREET, TRARALGON, PETER K iELY, Proprietor. Sirs! cla-s accon:mo10ati 11 for Vis tiors, wrlo nill find the Cnuinercial Ilnt.l Irep'cte with every collvelnitrnce. Wit.r ni, Spirli s of thil- nB t Qality. hilliard Tatile. c-,od S:tbliiii.', I.ooc rose ., o ul Padd ck A.*eoinin lation. .. ln *,. nadi Bul;gies f..r HIi-...
The Traralgon Record "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." Published every Tuesday & Friday morning.) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1886. AT WINDSOR CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 24 September 1886
Ditl) rlill'a,01111-n 0 'oi "MIOI)DEATE., I.UP PRIi)GRESSIV.." :Publishte eve. . Tuesday & LFilay mtrning.) FRIDAY. SIPI'TE:IIIER 21, 1886. AT WINDSOR CASTLE. IEn: head whiich wears a crown is sati to lic uneasy, and probably there is more tr uth in the sayinig than what at first though it iegh considered. HIer Majest) Queen Victoria, thlougli per haps moroe widely respected, th;ln, any sovereign in the w~rlildtod Whgiuided by loyal soldiers, and loyal friends, is not after all free from anxiety as to the risk she runs of being molested by some fanatic. More th:ul one attempt in years patst ihas been n:made on her ajiesty's life, and even now- while the iwhole. emnpire .is 'ivit her, she is still liable to be insulted, and per haps assaulted. Quite recently, at the Windsor Petty , Sessions, a? 1 fellow namied JAns .JU?Isol , was biought before the- county justices and charged ,wir 1e tfwanderitilgluiiatic. Inspector Sayage who ii. stitioiled( at Windsor Castle, stated that i...
COMMERCIAL. MORWELL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886
COMMERCIAL. 3MORWELL MARKETS. Messrs A. M'Lean and Co. report : Our yards were well- supplied. Fat bul locks sold from L9 2s 6d, L9 10s to L9 12s Gd, averaging L9 5s. Store cows, L3 3s, and seven to L3 16. Steers (young) L3 5s to IA 2s. Calves, to LI 8s. We also sold privalely a draft of 115 cows at L3 15s. Marriage Orr and Co report :--A large supply of cattle forward; the attendance was large and the bidding rather dull We sold-Fat bullocks froni L9 to L10 ; cows, L6 to L8 ; bullocks, (light stores) to La; springers, IA4, L5 toL6 ; 29yearlings to L2 ; and one stallion at L50.
ST. JAMES' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886
ST. JAMEs' CHU.RCH. The morning service was conductMe by Mr E. H. Smith. He preached a well-considered sermon from RIomans vi-vi, by which lie showed that by a just appeal to the consciences of miel, they were made aware of the folly of sin. In the evening the TncumlWent preached. The subject of discourw was "The Defence of Stephen.' Pontious Pilate having failed to please the Jews and finding him.self in inestimable diftioulties oomumittel suicide. And when the martyr was on his trial there was no Governor to call the+ murderers to account. San hedrim was a violent body of llen backed up by. a wild populhve Our hero could expect no money fromn them, Great stress is laid on his face. They u saw his face as it had been the face of an angel."' Physiognomy is 'Iot always a satisfaction, but generfally speaking the face is the index, the dial-plate of the soul. Cares and trials for which we are not accountable may betray themselves in our features, But in dedicati?g ourselves to such pu...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. On Sunday evening the Rev. J. 0. Wilson preached from 7th chapter of Acts, "The defence of Stephen." The councillors who had sat, in army, against Stephen had been worstel in the encounter; but they were not to be frustrated in their evil designs. 110 was accused of blasphemy gomnded on something lie hadul said. What had he said I The old coremonial law, which was the schoolmaster to bring men to Christ, should be done away with. We can speak front facts proving the truth of his statements. The templle ha:s been overthrown ; the daily sacriti?e has been abolished ; and the kingdiom of righteousness set forth in Christ ha; been established. In answer to their charge, what had he to say? " 1 treth ren and fathers." Did he S?pak agai.nst God I He believed in the Go,! of their fathers its they did. Did he speak against the law, which they hui not kept 1 No. Did he speak against the temple l He loved to go up to the house of God and worship. They were superstitious a...
RIFLE MATCH. MOE V. GLENGARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886
RIFLE 'MATCH. MOE v. GLENGARRY. A most enjoyable afternoon was spent at the Glengarry Butts on Satur day, when six representatives of the local detachment of Mounted Rifles met an equal number from Moe, and engaged in a friendly conttest. The weather being favorable the shoot ing upon the whole was fair, consider ing that there has been no practice lately. The victory fell to the visitors by eight points, all of which were gained at the most difficult range,; 300yds. After the match an adjournment was made to Host Taylor's, where an en gagement of a somewhat different kind took place in the form of knife and fork exercise, continuous practice, judging their own time, where each one acquitted himself like an invader. Another quarter of an hour was occu: pied in proposing, receiving, and res ponding to the usual toasts, whiolh were disposed of with ethlusiasm. As the five o'clock train was then about due the company marched to the platform, and thie visitors took their departure amids...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. London, Sept. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (From Melbourne Papers.) THE SCULLING CHAMPION SHIP. London, Sept. 25. The sculling match for £500 a-side and the championship of the world, between William Beach, of New South Wales (the champion), and Wallace Ross, of New Brunswick, was rowed to-day on the champion course on the Thames, from Putney to Mortlake. iThe weather was fine, but there was a slack tide. The betting was 5 to id Behon wlpo" c os ttre bSurey side: Ross had slightly the best of it at the start, aind got away rowih? g 3S strokes per minute to Beach's 35. At the Star and Garter, Beach. gained a length, and at Rosebank lie was four lengths ahead, and rowing easily. At the Soupworks Ross put on a sport; but it was fruitless. At the Hammer smith bridge, in order to avoid some. barges, Beach steered for the centr; of the river, but suddenly returned to the Surrey arch, and he passed the bridge half a length ahead of his opponent. He rapidly resumed the advantage he previously .had, and at Barnes ...
SAM SILCHESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,* BY NORMAN WAKEFIELD. CHAPTER VIII.—CONTINUED. SAM'S ORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Traralgon Record — 28 September 1886
SAM SILCRESTER. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY,* BY NORMAN WAKEFIELD.: CAiAPrmR VIiI.-CONTINItD. SAM'S ORATION. "T'ienfnd,the domestic surroulndings ihiliieilce children to an immeasurable degree. Early and late amongst horses, cattle and pigs, attending to their various necessities. Seldom seeing anyone but members of their own funily and fellow pupils at school. Seldom seeing a nicely furnished house. Their only knowledge of any of the important towns being crammed into them from the geography books. Their own homes being for the most rough in construction--and lax in discipline. The father of the family, though not indolent, is often unrefined, and has neither desire nor capability to infuse a love of the good and the beautiful into his children; while the mother, through the perpetual treading over earthern floors, which won't keep .1.. , tl.o por-rtunl mindnf.wnrrk in a low-roofed, soot.begrimed kitchen sometimes half suffocated with smoke from the badly drawing chimney; bothered with the...