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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

Commercial. Laidlaw and Graham report for Monday 10th lnst :-There was a limited supply of cattle forward to-day, most of tho-e in sold at about late rates, there being no visible change in the general tone of the market. Prices.-Cows, £3 2s to £5; pens of poddies A£ 14s to £2 5s. Pigs-slips, Ss Gd to 8 ; stores, to ios. tr ELd3OURNE MARKETS. The Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Com puny Ltd. report:-Chcesoe.-Prime 4d to 1d; matured, 6d to Gd; medium 3d to std; Potted butter, new.-tPrime, Od to 1; In d to Sd for medium. Fresh butter.-We had a large qnuntity forward, and a good attet danve of buyers. The market is easier than last week. Prime, ls 4d to Is 7d. Medium from O1d to Is l;inferior lower. Eggs.-ls 21d to Is 3Sd per doz. Bacon.-Tovwn sides,7d to 19d per Ib; country 4d to 6d per lb. Ioms. -Town, from &t to td1 per lb; country, Sd to 7d per lb. ?Ieeswax.-9d to 'Old per lb. Lnrd.-Bladders 41d to 5d perlb HIoney Fine clear garden sold at 3d to 3id per lb. Carcaseo pork.-S3d...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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THE GIANT OF GLUTTONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

THE GIANT OF. GLUTTONS. The icoet bxtraonriinary icctance of. deiprtrict and cxccssire atppetite on record is that of a French sohldier tnll:oel Tlanre. lie was horn nlar Lyooa ill-1701, orand ciame up to TParit, where his tir.t exploit was to cat a basket of lapples-ot a fricdl's expense. On varioous ocaslionoc he t soclowed a ?erie? of corcs acll other illotge.titte tmaterialt, rwhich produced such violent colic that ohe was obliged to attend the Hotel Dfcin, and whilst being exicmined, lnmowt moua?nage to s\atllow the crotch chacin nlld seals of tihe sutrgeon ill atteldalce, 31. Girated. Dc.aullt, on the ocrcaion of one of the.e ittacks of colic, tried to frighten hinm out of his rgrost habits by declaring that it would ie tlcesnary to opeln l is' stomach, and the arrcgl cte ,illcn timentst 'artre ralll rawa land relvrel himsclf by copiotus drcughts of warlr.crwater. Soou afnter. ie folund that hic appetite had really increcased to an excessive nlotllt, Iro o cbl .eroitng to the ...

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The Fatality at the Great Southern Mine. SANDHURST, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

ThL Fatality at the :Great Southern `Mine. - ---o--- SAýnncons'r, Tuesday. -the lbody of Richllards, tile mining manager of tihe Great Southern line, who was kille?l by fdllingdown a borning shrift atrthe Great Soentdrn mine on -Satlurday, was reovereered this afternoon. When a consilerable quantity of water had been. hatie out df the shaft, operations were stopped owing to somleu timber haeing got across thei shaft. Some men were sent clown to clear the waty, and' as soon as they, tnmovdl the tihner, whiich -was the same as that which Richards wits placing across the slh?ft at'thlctime of the accident, his body rose to'the surface stf the water. It .-as: placeod in the bucket anrl raised to the. surface. A .maegisterial inquiry was ;mmediatelytheld, anti a verdict of acci dental- death was'returned.-Aan.

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Good Stories. DUBLIN CARMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

Good -Stories. . DUBLIN CARMEN. Fttnz Pon'rER's ItECOLLELCTO' . . [Fraink Thorpe Porter wan, from 18ll to 18;1 a a well-known magistrate of the hesad-office of f the Dublin police. All the incidents mentiooned Ia his' recollections are trictly true, they having cune under hios notice in his magisterial capacity. The mrde wit of Dublin cuamen is sImost proverbial.] I Having noticed some very good qualities, I must remark on the scarcity amongst car men, according to my experience, of veracity ft When a carman was summoned by a con.. stable he almost invariably met the accusa lion by a direct contradiction. If called 'on I to answer for being shabbily dressed or dirty in his apparel, he bought or borroeed a good suit of clothes, shaved, put on a clean I shirt, and stated boldly to me that he was I just in tile same attire wchen the policeman I " wrote lhhn." If the summons wns for 1 being absent from his beast and vehicle, he insisted that he 'as holding " a lock of hay" to his horse ...

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TO MAKE CIDER WITHOUT APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

TO MAKE .,CIDER ýWITH :." iOUT APPLES. i , Take solft water 23 gals. tartaric acid, albs, Ne' Orlesn sugar, 2l1bs, and yeast 1' pint; Put into a clear tcask with bung. out-an'd- ll to w to "stand "2? hours.;"- Then add throee gals..: of spirits and let. stnd 48 hours` It wRill( k eeps well' if 'not left expas'd to the air, anti if the cask is sweet.'. Shilling':first cotined; 151) ; auctions coon. menced, 1779; coffee first brought to Englanld 1i41 ; Iayonets first used by tt*e Frenclhy 169|. Spectacles invented, 1299; needles first madne fn. England, 1351; muskets.''i iveited, 1.121'; knives invcnted, 16I31;i diameter of tlie San S82,70 miless;. diameter of thkefooni 2,160 miles glass boinght in Eeglfnd,` biatt jorcknc nare in veisteds 1 i00 r lrst. Loirl Mrayor's show in Londoi;n I i 'pawnbrokers' begisn business. 145 1; : fi af theaitre ope ned in Lo doni, 5l us; jhlcyinegals rdt lrst inventedt, l!Ot t;h fibra t eltrodueel .intom nglnd, l?l 1t0; lsilk first broeght: from' Indlet-...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

Cricket. The following match was played on :Sa turday last. and resulted in an easy win for tje home team:- ltN.rAst-First Innings. ,lichards, b Johnson ... ... 0 RHose, b Johnson ... ... ... 7 Stone (capt). bNelson ... ... !10 iEdney, b Nelson ... ... 1 ]lutler, b Johnson ... ... 0 Knight,: b Nelson ... ... 3 ,Brown, b Nelson ... ... I JBruton, LNclson ... ... 2 .Alday, bJohson ... ... 0 Wilson, not out ... ... Earle,tJohnson... ... ... -Byes ... ... ...:8 Total ... ... 37 ;BOwLING AN'ALYstsI.- elson, 60 balls, 20 runs, 2 maidens. 6'wichets. fohnson, 60 -balls, S runs,-: maideus, 4 wickets. •MOItrwELLR Frst Innings. Soutor, retired hurt ... ... Pt Grraham, b Edney ... 2s 'Corbett, not out ... ... ....71 Miller, bhEdney ... ... ... 8 -Date, o out -... ... 18 "Totaltfor threeswickets -...129

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser
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Correspondence. We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily uphold views expressed by our correspondents in our open column. THE YINNAR TROUBLE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

:Correspondilence. We, wllh' it'to he distinctly dlddratooelthait We'do. 'not neeeeurily uphold viewas epreeued by ii Scorrespondente In our open-eolumn. 'THE YINNAR .TROUIl +. To TII. EDITOR. SIn.--In rending the columns of your Init issue, I saw a letoer complaining of the slaughter yard nuisance at Yinnar, And;I quite nagre with all " Sufferer" has said. 11 am glad to-see-some one has broken the ice and taken the matter up, for it seemed that' no one would complain publicly, but when the public health is at stAke an hijury? might bedone through suffering in silence, to say nothing of'the great inconvenience. If' a fever were to break out in Yinnar, and some one 'ie, things might be brought more to light'through tihe report of thelhealth offiler by the dear ost of-a life. By the way Yinnir has not been wholly.exempt from fever, and who knows 'the origin. As the time of year is coming on when diseases are most prevaleat, this nuisance at any rate should'notlbe allowed to continue, ...

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A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

A Tuofe frromi the Street, BY PEIEGanINE PIoKr.E. Last week Messrs. J. Peterkin, J. Campbell P. McKinnell,.and D. Campbell 'met the noble " enarl" in the Treasury Buildings, to present the addresses prepared in antici pation of his visit to Tmralgon. Mr, J. Peterkin asked Ills Lordship, in order to get the sentiments expressed in theaddresses, to kindlly "iFancy he was in -Tramrlgon " at that moment. His lordship said he would have liked awfully to have been present, and sould havnegone if he COULD CCAtL. Nasty dig that for his visitors. 'Tell the devil to bring the harp-: FANCY YOU AllE THIERE. King James, Mae., Jlohn and Dugald, 'A'merry little band Went off to town to get a hold Of dear Lord Hupetoun's hantd. Silnee he we~ot celm to us,"-sald Jamcs, With a knowing sort of grin, " The addresses are a good excuse Fotr us to go'to him. What care we what the world may-say If we can only stand Within the shtdow of-his form .And grasp his iolle halnd." 'IThI world,":eried John, "we wer...

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Morwell Agricultural Society. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

Norwell Agricultural Soelety. 0 -SATrtDAY, .FEBRUARY 8, 1890. An adjourned -ordinary meeting of the above society was held on Saturday last at Murdoch's Hotel, at 2 p.mn, when there were present Messrs. Murdoch (in the chair), Nadenbousche, Shaw,-Little. M'Labb, Fraser, Deppeler, Francis, C. 'WV, 'Howlett,, M'Donaldj.MelItosh, and the secretary. - The minutes of the previous 'meeting, were read and confirmed. COannESP'6DECNC. FromP. Barr,.-Narre :Warren, stdting his willingness to .act as:judge inclass *H.-Received. Frome B.,Gray. Brunswick,:stating he: .would be most happy 'to act as a,judge in the hackney class.--Received. MOrTIONs. *Howlett-Little.--That ill moriies paid into the society's funds must pass through the hiands of the treasurer. Carried. Shaw--WVuttrick. Tht 'the sec.' b instructed to write to the -gentlemen representing Ginpsland in both ,Houses,' soliciting prizes. Muttloch-lHowlett. -rhat' the treas arer be empowered to receive moneys and give reeeipts on account ...

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INFECTIOUS DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

., ri l r$lCY o'ftfS 9lDs1 4SEull T he beaL eiafegards r ntlhlst disearss which call Ii clgllt, are cleaulinless, fresh Lair; ltre water, grool forld,-tlld regularanild teplecato.m hidits of life. Such dieasse io mo.st harm in dlrty.clo.hou.oeea.. All licrsoni rick from. tii of'thkhil?:iei shlonld ho kept , apart io wellI eleanoel nld well-aired rmeoi. Alwarca tak the dl.ctor 9ia;tly.?vhat shgyl d?PIdoýl} g?u ite lof to .culnl ard c r Ithroit autd itll np t ti tinlteltlleirlakl o ulot b pee ettily 'lnohillte ince a dt:;a. with ul iv otl,'cuothi il to ,gnrahi, of caribloio otihr fiit oc oltitsc. kleli ahl t ire' iitire :lilo to ttiku ratrlet fever. thai, grown feirS'?1io.+lie?ytiltul Itve'rlwo alloweil to go to l?chutl frit oli hitiue-i?et'hilch siearlt fever, sIIImll l)oi, Or otIher illfeehtilts distise'inrlbct# or for two or threu weeki after its il,~iplaottile, fl, llltdgrolet. n rutn ;..$,Piltiou!,t ric t 11016 to stl~tul %I Nore thr.rlethould always te attended to at none, a the...

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BAD EFFECTS OF COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

lAD IEFFEI'CTS- OF COLD. Cold it one of the gre:iteot tikturatl emnilts of Int. toret ieople die frlot litloeteeprodituc d hy enposetre..to culot nnil~we thlw i'trotit the itoOt tofeetiollo dieose. Sh?leloill crverochtit. !or looger cbnttol t d"tidtllc c:.titeo'itltlaimtiton,, tlo to tile oosei throat .oodllll clleot, IoItet eo wire rise to whot ore tclleltrohlie or. cot ghes Ittit tlhr tnny often eose still tiiore seriolu hiftitomoatioo? of thle eir tebdi, " Ihlg,. or other. plrts. ltheiiill:ltitoi i?t elo coitoci tic coldll t hldl it 'i solm- forltlu of; it coniiit.f. itlliinationl of.tte jotitte'oelld if it toIIiee rillllltitiCt.tofeer, it tloec nottle e te cIeldf , lic loth e ict titll ler hilth ol titi, I t la tele"ettiitieov t toheln, tt t hilllt nor the irmth i lol olillL; bi 1rp itotuehtg1 rlc: h Ict o culhnt are iloe 'iltljtriotio 'to .• eilkotr tIerreoio iiltll yol-llt 'clhithlde. .g othelltdralt itt i lnhooclu or w lhicth oe orverrtilteirdttoeo..,(ohit liiot cl ire ii irl...

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Suicide at Longwarry South. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 February 1890

Suicide at Longwarry Soutlh. -4----- A tragic event of a very melanrcholy. character occurred in the township of Longwarry South on Thursday, 6th inst., when a young woman named Emma Matilda Box, who lived at East Poowong, committed suicide at the house of her sister, with whom she was staying on a visit. The distressing circumstances were investigated on Monday afternoon the 10th inst, when a magisterial inquiry was held before Mr.J. Lutcliffe, J.P., of Drouin. The evidence of the witnesses-who were examined by Sergeant Hillord, of Warra gul, went to show that at nine o'clock on the previous morning deceased sister, Mrs. Tolley, wife of Stephen Tolley, of Long warry South, heard the report of a gun in the kitchen, and on rushing thither found her syster lying on her back on the floor in a pool of blood. A gun was lying across her chest, with the muzzle close to her neck. There was a wound on the right side of the head, and some of the brains were protruding. The services of Dr. Ber...

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Common Complaints. (THE HOME PHYSICIAN). DYSENTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

ComPmoh Complaints. ". (THE 110le3 I'IYMIICIAN). D l'YSE 4TilW . C:aes--Acute dyinmtry usually ccents during the lat siummer .and, early" fall; especially, dorilg particulerly, hot seausons. In this reganl: the disease resembles several of those which are kno;?n to iso induced by, the enteranceipto ,the ,body of'agents from without. Ifowiver, we have no knoowledge as to the existence of any specific agent inI then rodietindosof th oe d laxati, shoute ldr ay be ito iswe, it to certaoily fivored by ert pourse of olthe dbe se'othrwise some chtats lowperd thirtdropsof laudanus i aeatingvend ind sikieg b . ndlge' r inc. i iu nri? g??- frnitf p'Tret?usente The afirst reqolsite in thte treatlent wof i 1sentr' i ? rest; the patient ihquld be qket?nerf?ctty qt et onlhis; ack, thent sfint?l i dose'of rome lactio e hould course of the?setc, otherwriis should itrte loweil thirtidroyis of laudaionum a tre te: ipeohuhItered tonoL oa'. lm floine ittle" erain ;eto opiuigroinstr e th.ie anad ae shou...

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RECIPES. MUTTON PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

. RECIPES' MUTTON PIE:. " Cut mutton into pieces about two iiches sqtnre and half un inch thiek mix pepper, pounded allspice and sau nitogether, dip the pieces inthis;nprinkle stale hbread cruimbs ut the bottom of the dish;, i ii. the pieces, strewing the crumbs over each lintyer;. put a piece of butter th sie aof hLen's egg at the top;, add a ? tine-gl:s fii of water, and cover in, and bike in a mbderate oven rather better than an Iour " GINGER, CAKES.E To two pouindsof flour add,dthree;qtiarters of a onund of good moist sugar, one o0nce of best Jamaica gingerw ell'mized in the fLor; ha;e reIdy thre6?quarters.of a pound of lard melted, and four eggs together, and stir into the flour w'hich eiii for a paste: roll o;t in thin cakes, cadibake.hin a moderately heated oven. Lemon biscuits may:'bet made the same rwyi by shultutitutin g essenc of lemon instead of ginger.:.. . . HINTS.ON .MAKING" PRESERVES(.: ,,-It is; not, gdnerally i"nown that bodling fruit for a long time, n.i1 skimming...

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Fireside. PREVENTION OF FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

PBEVENTION OF FIRES. Add one ounce of alum to the last water used to rinse children's dresses, and they will be ren;iered nnlnflammable, or so slightly combn.ible' that they would ? ot flame. led curtain., and linen.in general, may alo beh treated in the same way.- : ' s . . OTHS. 'Thef lolloving;.may,- 1 heusetul, to our readers to prevent the ravages of moths: I.Enclose a :few cedar-wood \or camphor wood shavings in muslin bags, and;dis=n tribute among the clothes. 2. Sprinkle pim?nto (alispim ) B+rries or seeds of the muek llant among the clothes. , ,CHEAP? NIGHT LIGIT. STake a few threads of whitedarningictton and twist and stiften with white wrax. Cut i riejilieit lengths, and lix iio'theceuitre of o'rdinary pill boxes-melt the grease and fill them up;. If a little wax b?emelted with the grease gs much the better?s.Whe?l ;otto burn, place In a'saucer with suficient' ?nter to riseac n it the,16th of ani incl around he bottomiof th?e .ght light: By+hias ;means the end, anod doppi...

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THE Morwell Advertiser. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1890. Topics of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

· s 1 . THIS : RIDtAY., FPBRUIAtir 21, 1850 .0: 'oplics of: th(e Week. SIrPAnR ELr..--Tho well known hostulry of Mlr. P. )ilrovnn willl change hands to Mr. Millett of Inifrnant the end of this month. Mir Donovnnitnvites all hli old friends and sapporters to have a social glriss with him on Thrsldny. ovening next,' thu eve of his dll·, rtv r"" DIATi--WOs deeply- regret having to record the death on Tuesday last of Mrs.. McLean of Olengarry, whose husband's death but a short time ago it wos our paln sul duty to chronicle. RuMOVAL.--It may be useful tosmanyof our readers to khow.ttat our local mineico Dr. Moir has removed from M)lrdoch's lHotel, to premises adjoining the GAZETlTE Oftece. IeTEEns?RTIG TO LADrI.--ln ariother column it will be observed that Misses F. and J. Trappes have commenced business as, dressmakers and milliners, in the premises lately occunied by Constable Johnston, Station-st., Morwell. SMAFrnA Stow:.-Those Intending? tof" exhibit salt butter at this show, which i...

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Novelist. MOIRA. An Original Australian Story. PROLOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

MOIRA. ` Aqi9rt alAlutrall stan o - .y ' PROLOGUE. Out to the south and away to the north of it, +r^'ai ?- '. Spectral ind sad are the spaces untold;, S.'+ (tyeair J oi t reia a great cry'goetL forth Bob of this leper of lands In the cold. A4 he watched the lickeringe hodwr, his thoughts fly over the heaving iatera whowe' S hoarse roear filled the night, far away to an C.asglsh village ihere a little cottagintiedlei 1' + in a wealth of homely flqwcre?. Tlhroug th i old faoioneod lozenge panes, he orei, seated in the c " lrook, a white-haired old, woman ,the dying embers. They kitti t h fallen from. the once sver hilit her thouglisa.no' chee , c d have so chastened- the pale (fan6so diNitl the sad eyes--lty far from tnhat spa}it i bl'g 'td crocs leaguea of dreary Ieran, inearch of an erring on, -. 1who 1tils,4ornl is dead, but to her ./ill, ilife e Iaupe; te 'as 'she liast aw hia ,h l,.e.. t far ti tcruel,wretched London, a eung rieghto-eyet, hopeful mai. and her .Cwn lieide her sits...

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A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

A %'ilee froml the Street. Dr PEREaOIN 0 PlKc. ..... An anonymous "poetaster" from Traral. ',on fourwads the folorini "walil of anguish" to Pickle. Of course' don't know his name ifor certain, httt hlsipluck'reminds me of the, ifamous "Wallace" of Flkirk .celebrity, :who tWell to free Scotland 'from foreign 'rule in 1297. Attentioi, as "our Jlieute 'nant" woild say:: Oh ! notlin'valt has rnng'the harp Of Msorwell's tuneful bard.; u Tnho'truly he hlssat upon' Traralgon rather hiard. 'Firstartibsit'inlbecauso:our show, Lord Hopetouei'an't attend;; 'Ther, sends us to the hospital VWith Sale, to meet'our end.?' And now our deputation 'cnlls, Forbitter.jites and scoffs; Because our'representAtive? In town have met the " toffsY - liouse James and John and worthy Since. lBs4d'Dngald loose'youlr i ?-a; - ' .- , 'Proclaim that 'Morwell's twangng bhar Is'nothllng'but' a lyre (lit.): :Let 1orwill'a A.dvrrtiser" hb'wl, The "Gazette".seeks its lnir; ; ForlHophtouts's lord has promised you, IIE',...

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Poetry. ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

ECHOES. ~ ll thel angel stars re shining, S till the rippling waters flow, But the angel-voice in silent ; hat Iheard here long .go. Hark I, the eehoes mnrmur low Long ao - Still the wood is dim and lonelyi ' fatstilt leehlog fountaIns play, - t ,the e p .ctn all Its oty, " Hark flthe mournful echies say i " Fled away i Still t he bird of night compni ineth (Now, mnded, her songI i pain) V" ions of tmy happy houry,' - DoI nall a cnda11 ii vain? Hrk ! the echoes cry agsain Cea, oh echoes, mournful echoes ! Once I lovred your volce well yain heart in sick and weary, Daf?iof'old, a lon farewell! .. . ! : : ik I the echoes Pad and dreary Cry farewell, farewell!

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Short Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 21 February 1890

:Sltott.?otes. "Thloe deairnuo of nisiotlng in theno rec tion if a' eclhnica' Tnltitnte at Bnolara c?at?forward,'their donations to Mesare.1 C;tidir and. Marph . Thoe childrdn'o oarviree'Aiill l, 'hnifd in the Church of Englanda; 'Morwoll, on LSunday ntit at II o'clack a.in. The right of onthl, &ec., will heo snll. Iby anctinn in 'Mondav necxt av 'Mtfesr. 'Laidlaw and Grahalllm fo"r ihe Mirboo North. 1Riaeiato ;h hold at Yinnar . ConttahlueBennett, :mf Yinnar, had the 'nirifnrtanetnahe bittten by aosnake lakt lMonday otonfling, lbut we are pleased to esav iattlle 'is n?t in any way suffering in ,conseqgence. :It appears he had broken the snako's hback, and'ywhon;in, thle set of 'making an oxanination, the reptie ttrnedl nund 'aanl hit him a on. the:finger. lle iimanediateiy tied a .ligature on the finger, rand.rnikedllthe wound;?which'tno doit!tat "averted serious rosults. We are glad to notify that the contract ,if paintinig the McMelmania's: it.Yiinar 'taken by Mr. C. .;ee...

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