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Local Land Boards for December. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

tLocal Lurid l3o,'rr' wssill ho Lold is IMIP iiihoc diirinig Iirunrimonthh of Dcutubei r 1887 Salle, 'h'iiiiihii3 I hIt, 8 n.un. iIn~a;o. hruuduiy 1~2th, l'Ž..h6 pr.m hhohrraisui'i, \'ihnrsuiv 1 .1 itnl, I I) . i.irn, \Vnloersrtl, ,'h'hirrrIyiva 1th, 11 ii.u VOm, irridtaiy I hiitL,ht I TII iii.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON THE PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

ON THE PLATrFORH. -0 (BY CtancERUS.) Toe chief topic of conversation during the week has been the farewell entertain uient of Mr. and Mrs. Sounlers. During their residence amongst us, they have ever been immensely popular-ever forward in every good work, and the absence of their kindly hearts and pleasant faces will leave a blank in our community. Nothing but expressions of regret for their departure can ble heard on every hand. Mr. and Mrs. Soummers may always rely upon the warmest ofwelcones wheneverthey revisit us. The metllod of tickling a trout was being explained by one proficient in the art to some juveniles, who were radient with pleasure, that sport beyond sluggish blackfish was now to be obtained in the Morwell river The eyes of the youngsters glissened With joy as the narrator, vividly recalling the scenes of his youth, described how the fish lurked in a quiet spot under neath the Ibank of the stream and the "modus operandi" employed in its capture llu descried how the fi...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

MOILWI;LL. Trompf, b1 Glunt ... ... 2 Bell, Lansdow ... ... Turnley, b .Lansdowne ... I lioake, b u ...... ... I Fergusonl, it 3i[owbray Ib Parer 14 Laidlaw, b l'arr .... ... 6 Jones, uo b Gnn ... ... ... O0 Nindl, c Kitchen b IaLunsdowne... 0 Brown, i Gun ... .. ... 2 )Davidson, L.ansdow'tllt ... 2 Ellnglish, not, out... ..... Sunldlrius ... ... ... I Total -41 jowo.ING ANAL\SIS.-(.iuntti. (i lnlls, 5 mIidons, 14 runs, 4 wvicskts; Lansdlowne. 4: balls, I maidenti, I1 runs, i wickets; Parer, 18 halls, 7 runs, 2 wickets. TIOlItAi.ItO. 3M'Lenn. run outi... ... ... 2 hell. b Tronmpf .. ... .. ( G(lnn, b ITrompf .. . ... 8 Keogh. c Trumplt b Iell ... 5 aker, b Bell ... .... 4 Kitchen, c 'ind b' T'rolpt ... 0 Mlowbray. h Forguson ... ... 29 P'arer, Ib IRoakc ...... ... Sanctl, c .iones. 1, Ilake ... 5 ]Lanlsdowne, b 'ergusun ,?...? I'eterki, no., out ... ... Sundri '.. .. .. 5 Total 70 HiOWLING. ANALYsIs.--Troti?pf, ({0 halls, Smalinelns, 1 rinl. 3X wickets ; 1Fergo?n. 31 balls, I maiden...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

PRESBYTERIAN CIIURCII. ---- --- ANNIVERSARY TEA AND PUBLIC MEETING. The tea ameeting in celebration of the first anniversary of the erection of the Presbyterian Cihrch was held on Wedl nesday evening last. There wias a very good gatheritg in spite of the inclement look of the weather preventing many of the country people from Iputting in an at tendance. The tables weree plentifully cpro'ided with the usual good things to be obtained lon a like occasion, and the taste ful display of tlowers gave a very beauti ful effect to the whole. ,lesdamies Iin toll, t so, atson, Nalletibousch, and Patten provided the tables, presiding over theme and aided by a nuIaber of yonng ladies, who kindly lent their aid. The bachelors, rtble was attended to by Miss Waldon, and tile whole of the attendants were kept busily employed in satisfying the demanld for the good things provided. Notwitll stalding, a steaidlv rain hald set ill, over 100 persons sat down to tea, which had to be relaid the second time...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Darriman. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

(IBy a 'Traveller.) This district lies on tie route at present unlder trial survey for a line to connect the terminus of the 'uort Albert line with Sale. Owing t t te supineness of our ]ite member, considlrably aided by the lack of "go"in thie residents thetmselves, the dis trict has remained in a very backward state. The want cf schools anIt post ofnices is conspicuous to one who has Itravelled through other parts of tile colony, when placed in comparison. It is tine that thi, importatnt and settled district should get the attention it deserves. The inhabitants must Ics?tir the.nselves, for they nlust rely on their own exertions to obtain the ad vantages other places have acquired. They imust rememutIer the proverb, " Heaven helps themselves." Public altairs have become stagnated, asn enn the ohl Shire corncillors are quite content to jog along in the samue old grove year in and year out Now that tlhere is a present pirospect of a railwvy to Sale is the time for tihe inhabi tants t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

Hotel Notices. M? nORWELL FAMILY HOTEL. W. Murdoch, (LATE OF TIHE CRICKETERS' IHOTEL.) B GS to inform his numerous Friendsand the Publlic enerally, that ine has Piurchased SthS above Waell-known Iloitelry, and hiae thoroughly llenuovatedland newly Far niahed it Throughout: He now uffters FIIIST-CLASS ACCO331ODATrIO for Travellers, Visitors, and Others. FIRST.CLASS ALCOCIC'S BILLIARD TABLE 'WINES AND SPIRITS OF TIIE BEST PROCUIRABLE P.RA1NDS. 'IIOIISES AND BUGGIES ON 1IIR11E. GRASS PADDOCKS FOIL CUSTOMERS' IIOIRSES ONLY., STABILING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THIS SPACE NOT PAID FO1 ! -0 ANYONE 31AY IlIAE IT AT A P'I[CE. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, AI OWItE L L -: o :- Henry Breed, Proprietor, HAVING just purchased this famona Ihotel, Whic h for comnfort and .-rder all othesM excel ; a tI Patrotas will liud I atm willing and able To'keep the best Dri)tnai and the very huntt Table. lMy servants aare civil. attentive. altd kitd- A atllty ,tseldom inl servants you'll tild; Int when onee obtaitned ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1887. YINNAR TO YARRAM RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

VOX POPUL[. (PUIBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY). SATUI)RDAY,, DECEMI11:tI 3, 1887. YII.NAl gR I10 YAII1A.I IA IWAY. W\r are pleased that public attention is still directed to the ohtainance of ~ railway, which will connect itimarr with Yarrati. ?We pointed out on the oc casion of the expedition from Yinnur to YTarram, that the merits of this ro ute were such as must command its adop tiol ; and we are more thain crer im pressed with this opinion. A railway from Port Albert to Sale will be con structed. This is erident from the fact that any attempt to construct a line across the ranges from either Traralgon or Rosedale must result in failure. A line to either of these places cannot vie either in clhelaptless, distance, usefulness, or direct saving both of time and freight'ge to the Metropolis, fll'cted with the connection we advocate, viz: Y'innar to :Yarrant. The clheapless is rentlered very aiipparent by comptlrison with either of the proposed routes fromt 'Iraralgon and tRosedule ; first...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Expenses of our Ambassodors. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

E pesllc s of our .t1b1Msisa(dors. Holy \we pay the piper may be gleaned from tie following return, showinrg the explcuse incurred by our AI\ltbassadors, (not incltuding Ilenders.n IAfricauns) which warn laid on the table of the Assomhlv on 'J'Tesday evening at the instance of Mr Bent. " Ixpense., of Water Commlission to Americia, Dlecember 15, 184S.--Mr Deakin--l'asage to San Francisco fronm Syitney and back, £81 12s; exppnses en route (ineliuling certain expenses of .J. 1)D. Derry), £50 ; expenses in United States, (including expenses of JI. D: Dorry), £2!9; 8s 71 ; total, £128 0s 71. J. ). Derry Passage to Sani Francisco and back frotm Sydney, £75 12s ; fares in United States £19 15s Ili ; ailoVwane as consulting en gineer, £283 Gs 81 ; namonnt expended for living, travelling, petty cash, &c., £1.t5 Ils lid : total £52.1 Il.s 5d. 'Ttal cost ot visit to America, £952 12s. Expensei of Sir James Iorhner in attending tile lIm peril Conferente in Londlon-lietu'rn passage mneIi...

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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

--- t:. letr.n orElr.-Owing to to he pressure on mor apace we are comnpelled to holl over a very lengthy' letter from Yarragon, which arrived too late for insertion. Mlonit:LL. N. M. A1iatiCuoraultAL. Soc ITY-A.-A ecornnittee meeting of tihe .11nr well, Narraean and 31irlboo Pastoral and Agricntuhral Society was rhld at the 31e chanics' lnstitute r( 'Tuesday. There was a gnood attendance of Iuelibers Ipresent. A consideralle amounllllt of routirne lrbusiness ,'was transacterl. It was agreed that the use of tile ground worlrd be allowedi to the rlorwell Cricket Club at a charge of five shillings frr eacih tnatchl. Tihe dale of the Society's show was fixed for 1:thil March next, anr d tie consideration of printing and other general nattlers brought thle buts inesrs to ai close. ACCIDENT ON WAltAlALLA ROAD.-Oni Saturdary lait, a serious accident occurred oi the W\alhalla Road. The Messrs. Fry. well-known as carriers hbetwern Toonrghabbie and WaIlhalla were in a waggon drawn by a teampr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

FLOUR UIlLLs FLOUR MILLS. Flour, Dray, Pollard. Splendid quality of flour can be supplied at lowest price. FITHE Proprietor begs to informl the pub liec that his Flour is unsurpassed in quality, as it is manufactured on the ap proved Hungarian system, which admits of SIX DRlESSINGS. 2'he .Newest IIungarinn .slahinery ts sri up in the Jills, atnd the Flour so aJinuftetured by an Ex periencedl JMiller from IHungary. A Trial is Solicited Which will Establish the Superior Excellence of the Production-. Further Partoiculars in Future Ad vertisement. Bran and Pollard In Azoy Quantity. D. M1ILLER, aroprietor Professional. W-. WALDON, Estate and Financial Agent, COMMERCIAL ROAD, MORWELL. P llOPElrTIES for Sale or to Let in all partsof Gippsland. JON\EY to lend in large or small sums. -iGENT for Colonial l Mutual Life, and C-ostommercial Union Fire Insurancc Soectiers. ?GENT for Messrs. W. f. amilton and Co. Mr. William Seymour Fergie, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR AID PROCTOR, May bc consulted at Mur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

VI. RIAN i .LWAY. GIENEiRAI RENEWAI OF EILECTOIRS' RIG ITS. I'T is herehy notilied that Iholers nf I lec. tors' Rights isisued o or before the Ist Decemhber. 188t?. Inmtet oa?ti?rlsenewed rights in lien thereof, in order to hare their 1tames placed ipon the General Lists to be tmande tiup ol llad iafter the lST DEi)C:.Mla NEXT. Neglect of this precaution will result in thei omnisrion of the tanes of the ters)ions s, negleettiii fottn the new Lists to be made u as anforesaid. The id right must t in every ca?s be de livercd tup to thel Registrar, Iint the rcltuneed right will he equdlly avsailashle foranels cection that my take place blefre the ctompletito of tihe inew liolls in Jantuary next. Intuending alpplicltl?s for Elhetos' Rights are cautI:t ed 1It carefully ausertain whether they tire fully qualitlled iunder tho, I nw ; inas much as i penalty onl oivictitoni i?s impose Iupon pe'rsons knowingly Itul wilfullyV ob taining Elector.s' lights' whteni not quailified. No iper'aL whosi...

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NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. Friday, November 25. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

NAllR ACAlN SIIIIIE COIU CIL. Friday, November 25. SPECIAL MEETING. Present-The President (T. I. Pope Es(q.) and Crs. Vary. Robinson, G(each Colmanll . Stanton, Ilastllrpe, Scarlett, and II lalett. The special meeting was hell for cen siderlation of the motlions below. Moved by President, seconded by Cr. Itobtineon--''hat in consideration of the Go ernlment granting, . during the present ti. nancial year, so the Shire the sum of A3.000. which is to be spent in purchasing land, fencine. and making the roads nppraunhling the following stations en tile Narracan Val lev Line. viz :--The 4h mile station, Ste wart's, or the 6j mile station, and tihe ter minus, this Conlcil agrees to enter into an agreement unler its seal with the Govern cmcnt, that the sulm of 1,1,000 per year for three years be deducted by the Government from the annual eudowmnent of this Shire, the saule mnceyv so dedlcted to be expended in pIrchacidrl , fencing, andil making the hereinbefose mentioned roads; the work t...

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Auti-Smoking League. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

The followiug extract will be of in torest to tohtio nmembers of the lHazelvol C,1.1I.A, who hav taken s'o Duch interest in the laIte lisussion on snolllinlg. " Tho secretary of thei Anti-Narcotic Lcageo in Efnglatln has idllressol to the Eintglish bench tof ishoplO l oseries of oslightly ilt pertinent inquiries as to their orlshilp' Ilse or ilnon-use of t?lobacco, [tlawn Isleeves and ectty pipes do not quite harmoni e, and its pmrhaps satisfaetcry to filnd that of the thirty-f.our English bishops thic ma jority belon-g to tlh arimy of non su0o1ers. 'lhIirtcen biopsl iudeedý declinail to give any information on the subjectof wihether they samoked, and amlntgnt these is. of. colrse. ollr own bishop otoInirhoust. Among the toni-smolers tare ithe lishop of Lich? i1I, the Bish1op of Li t ialf, tihe bishq of Linoetln, the Bishop of Utcstbr the Bishop of Sit Aspi, he illishop of Salis bury, the f ishop oIiif tireforild, the lishopl of Chichester, tiho Iishop oi IIf Exter, ho Bishop of Ban...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

Auctlioneer's .tl.dres?s. W. 1HaiiiI1oii & co. STOCK STATION AND COM1.IISSION AGENT MELBOURNE AND \VAlIIAGUL I UCTION Sales conductedl in any part .._ of Gilp'luand reularly every Satur day fortntigi at onr vart-. luinh Buld. and Manidav fdrtnihiit, at our Yard-. Morwell, and i lnth]ly at W oV.aiAcr:. and lt w-nll, alnd at the lell botlrne Corporation Yards Nwtttnark'et, evrry week.l VALUATIONS LMADE MONEY TO LEND. IN LARGE OR SMALL SUMS ON FIIEE HOLD OR LEASEHOLD Il:,AD OFtIE : 70 Queen street, Melbourne. I'UIILIC NOTICE. A BRANCH OF OUR BUSINESS HAS ItEEN ESTABLISIIED AT cott's Royal Hotel. Warragul, under the \I1ANA EMLENT Or MR. R. PATTTElSON. Wm Hamilton & co, 70 Queen streect. Melboutrne. MO1RWELL MARIKET. MONDAY, DEC. 5, 1857. WTM I. IAMILTON & CO. will hold S their usual Forltithtly Sale at Miuorwell.on Monday, Nov. 21, 1887, when they will offer : Cattle, h[orses, &e. N.D.-Our rate for conniission are selling, '2 per centt ; gualntee, '2 per ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

Death: FAIRBAIRN.—At Melbonrne, on   25th November, Thomas Fairbairn, from   injury sustained by a buggy accident at     Yinnar. Aged 70 years. Deeply regretted. Farewell, loved ones, I'm now at rest, My pains of death are past, In Heaven to dwell amongst the blest, Where we shall meet at last.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 3 December 1887

CRICKET. On Saturday last a team representing the Morwell Imperial Club travelled to Mirbuo to play the local club a friendly game of cricket. This was the first match of both clubs, and despite the roughness of the out-fielding ground (which was just in front of the town on the railway reserve) good cricket was witnessed, both in batting and fielding departments. The bowling too was above mediocre. The game resulted in at win for Morwell on the first innings. On the same day the first of the M'Lean challenge cup matches was won by the Morwell Club in consequence of the local team not putting in an apperaance at the time appointed by the rules. A friendly game was afterwards played, the result of which proved that Traralgon would have been victorious had the game been played for the cup. However, it is perfectly right the rules should be upheld, and it   may be a lesson to the Traralgon men to be more punctual in future. Appended are the scores - MORWELL IMPERIAL V. MIR...

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(TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 December 1887

(TO TIME C?DITOR .IOIIWEI.T. ADVnERTISER.) SIl,-In a district like Gippsland where docttors are so scarce, atnd so expensive when their attendance is required, I have no doiubt if we were to follow the ex ample of our forefathecrs in the oll coiun try wihen they wvtr in it similar position, by seeking Dairne Nature's IDomain for our medicinet , llhere would ie but vert little nceel for medical assistanes except in serious c;ases. Often, indeed, we have Iherbs grorwing at our duorA, if we only knew their virtues woulil le far miure precinus than gold. Who but remtembers liow somin of tih old wonien in the mother conftry eoiltivated certain herbs in thi.ir gardeins, and whein anyone was sick in their noighbolrhoorl tlhey knewt wihere to go for a remedy. We have in this district, indeed tley say all over tile colony a herb by the name if brooklintm, but what Ilis virtues are I am ignorant. It is found growling in standing waters. It Ihas a creopitg wot, andi little round sappy green st...

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Yinnar and Yarram RAILWAY. Success of Deputation to the Minister of Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 December 1887

Yinnar and Yarram , RA.ILWAY. Success of I)eputation to the Minister of Iitailtvays. (IBY oun SpECIAL It:E?R'TErn.) A large and influential deputafion t consistinlg of the I'residents of the Tra- c ralgon and Narracant Shires, residents o(f Y'rratti Y?artat, Yinnur, and .Jlor- t well districts, waited on the Mlinisterr of liilwrays on W\ednesday last, for the t purpose of asking that he would be I pleased to fulfil a promise, made to a 1 formuer deptutation, to cause a trial sur vey to be made front Yinnar to Yarratm Yorrant. Mar. Groom, member for the district, assisted by the Ilon. W. McCulloeh, introduced the deputation, ianl pointed out the great advayntage to the contttry, if this line were coustructed. He liti no doubt but that a good route could Ie obhtained. and lie would ask Mr. Gillies to cause a survey to be made at once. N3r. Walsh informed the Minister, that they had the opinion of a practical surveyor, who had been over the pro posed route, and pronounced it to be with...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 December 1887

A match betweenl t.o the o local clnhwa playcd at the Agricnltural G;rounds ron ilturrhday last. The fielding of hath teanh came short of thel Ilrk, ino les than e.even chances being accorded to the olorwell meno; It the Ibatingt on Ioth sides was fair, J. Bell carrying his hat tlirough thoe innings for a well-ohotained 41. Tihe gamno resulted in a win for the M.orwell te:un on the lirst innings. MOit\VI'LL V. .lIP'S. Nenwnt.l. O'Connor, b )onaldson... ... 2 Bell, not out ... ... ... 41 BOake, b Iona[lds ... .... 3 Trotnpf, b Donaldson ... ... 4 Ferguson, h Donahlson... ... 10 Turnleny Livingston ... 10 Jones, h Crowe ... ... ... 13 C. P. Nind, st Houghton, b Donalson ... ... 2 Kinder,c Io Hoglton h Crowe ... II. P. Nind, Crowe ... ... 0 Fiddis, c Porter, b IImghton ... 3 Byes ... ... 10 Total !I9 Bowling Analysio.-Dol hsooh n GA halls. 20 runs, I mlaiden, i wickets. Howleltt, .6 halls 11 rlns, I lmaidten. Crowe, 42 balls, 20' runs, 3 wickets. Sctell. 24 Ihalls, 8 rluns. Iloughton, ...

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SELECT POETRY. THE AULD HOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 10 December 1887

SELECT POETRY. THE AUID IOOSit. Oh! the altd hoose, the anttd nose, What tho' the rooms wer- wee, Kiid hearts were beating there, And bairnies foi o' glee. The wild rose and the jesatnnine Still twine around the ha', lioo many cherished tnemniries Dae the' sweet floors reca'. The inavis still does sweetly sing, The bhie-hell sweetly Ilts'aw. The bonnie care's cl("n winding still, But the ml,]ld house is awit' The uhit hoose, the aesh I loose, Deserted tho' it he, There nie'er can he i? new Itlose Will seeinm so dear to me. Still florishling tihe auld ?war tree, Tih Bairnies liked toe see, And aev hoe often did they speer, When ripo they a' would be. Their voices sweet, their wee, wee feat Ave rin'irn' uIre and there, The mer,-y shout o' whiles I gret Tao think I'll hear nuie mair. For they are a' wide scattered riini' Soie tao the Ilndies gaull, Andl ue Iilas tee her lang iho?ite, Nut here we'll nmeet again. The' kirk yard, the kirk yvard, Wi' itioers o,' every htie, Sheltered by th...

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