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The Farm. HOW TO PHYSIC A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

,:I7.. 11"x. IIOW TO PHIIYSIC, I HOILSE. 'The horse mult litndrergo preparatioeln fo phliysic, whichs is nel by gently rclaxing the bpoiels. tiiring the day previo0 s, his tolil shold lie riest ricted ito bran IIaiahIcs-. it llarter of i petck being i ullicient for a. teeld--andi tids, with IisC drink, shnid bo.c given -warn. ccii orn and olt) sh lOll .ila. withheid, and hay restrictcd.f Ile may hve walkilng ,l trotting lexrciue litorill and ven \'cn. A? in lllnary pIhysic, tho folli ilg ball nily be given :-Plc owdterle aloes, four to six drachms ; powdered ginger, tlle drchnsll ; ll reallen, 0as unrmh as is suillci nt Io fori a ball. T l he piltva i givenl jC thle liltOlilnt Illon an emptyl s?imallaci; lafter Ia hrn lhlsh lwast givel ; . that over tihe horse goes to exercise for perhalps al hil~ .o, andl is ?;at i'ed when hec retullrns; tlhe ,wlter shotldt the as wrm asll he will take it, aril hlp shrmM take as tuuch as he pleases throughout fi"e daly. ' Bran lmishes shouil lie gi...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

Aunt ionuet' A-hltlr ses. w. Hamiltollon & Co. ftTOl;K STATION AN1) COM.YISSION AGENT MELBOURNE AND WAllRAGUE, SAUC'rION Sales conducted in any part . of (ilipetand reguitlrl crery Siatur ,lay farnligiht at our ranl, 1inb hult , an, linlayia fcrttnight at olr Yards. Micrwell, ;-rot ninthly at? Warragut, Drouin and Poo Mong, aid at the )Melibcorne Corpolration 'rds, SN.ewuirtal, "very week. VALUATIONS IiAD)E MONEY TO LEND, F nAciGEOR SMALL SUMS ON FIREE 1LoLD O? ,EASElWOLV IIUAD Orrces: t0 Qeen strceet, Melbiourn: [JPUBLIC NOTICtI. A !RANCH Or OUR EUaINESS ltAS it-igEE" ESTABLISIIED AT Facott' Royal Ifortel, Warmrgul, uinder tie MANAGEMtENT Or LMr. Charles Lousada WTm Hamilton 4 c0, 70 Queen sreetn, Melbourne. IPRELDIIMNAR+Y NOTICE. MAGANIFICENiT AG RICUITTURIAL tiicNC ?Z totllvTrY. -- T. II?.1)LTO? k- CO. (in conjune W tioq"?e il MIessrs. Byrnn Mocre & Co.) haylne eived inttructionts from J. Nicol, lSn to salt by.: pcltie anction at an nearly date, .11i his mnagniice...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

Motel luticoe. F AWM 1 :WEC. UR oo Late of the Cricket es'. Htote p irti riu itifnnn h's non):Io.I 1 riwul))l ) 1( I'nluiC h ertrllk, that. Ito las L mtre! thI,, itu'vu vell-liik,,wIl, L;'L ·. anl hlet: Ii-)rihti " Liv tioett I a l nou l x v I'',r ni-hell it 'l'Iiiiaghiitt. liet, ww te i, L':St1'-CL'.Cu: , ACUONIMCUDAI'LO: )N fl1r Trurallcre, Vinhitora, 11111tl'Ullte ... · ]'LIIS'l'-e'LM AI.Cofi{S I:I\LIAs1;) TA1BLE WVINELS AND SI I~ItIT OF PT IIi lit:: 1~ 'LLUCILJLLAI.LI LLL!.\X US. LI~ttles ANtO L:U7UII:; ON (IRIE. (1 iASS PA11I~ Lit'(E:S 101 (t S'1(01 tLL~S' ILOLLSES ONLY.I SI'IA13 ,INC;, ANL CIV! TJITX GP XT1IS. rjHE'jp CLUB HOTEL. E])MU I1T KiE ý EL L EER, PIROPRIETOP I IRS'I'-C[1ASS ACCOM MODATI ON FOR VISTORllS ANI) COMI All Spirits, Winsu, au a Ales, of the Choicest Brands. GO) STAIIIIINU:. GOOD A1lA DDOCKS. Iluguý, Oil Ft Ir il A 1 wvsr"-Atrc ollojoabe on hire. C RJ1CKETF. RAS' A- LRMS HO TE.L, JrIiýZ'.uix 73r 1 D, Propri 1io. .111 ; i i Par ',t',i 011 :tn 9; I I 1 1 1'iili...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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My Guardian. CHAPTER THE EIGHTH [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

[DY ADA CAMIBItIGE.] CIIt.Urt:r Tirun tIG iTH Solllehow loveo-laklting alwas lseeed to Cmntu so natur:all anl easily c o Rolfe, that he w~as never at a l?os for words; but it was far otherwise with t et . l.s ht was spleaking ihe led site down the path tenderly, Lohling iy- hand-; and I-goose that 1 was !-nrceelr suffered myself to be led, and mlade no answer, But I oan neglecting Andrey, whose love oaffairs at th:s period of our lives were of far greaoter iumportanoe titrn t tine. It was when I caeic home from the Kennedyv that Chriostlas-time, after boing; a nmolthl away fronl her, that I first became acnuante.l with the change in liher circllnsthtnces I had not bee n an hour in the houlse before I satw that shel was more than contnlyoti res:tless and excitable, in a subdued anl Inysteriols t-way, hovering roulold and after nome wherever I collt, with al affectionate solicitudo that I was uilre lttOntlt more thanllll it showed. When w:uwent to bed at night, shte came to iay room i...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Yinnar to Yarram Road. PUBLIC MEETING AT MORWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

i??unar to Yarranm Road. IUB-+IJA 3LEtI' ANG AT NORWEIL. A public mIeetling was convenlted in the. Mehanela' hIntitlute, Morwgll, on Monhday iight last, for the. pIorpose of considering thu beht ilmons to adopt. to have a roadl "l2ned roat Yinrto to Yarrool. This nmeeting iris well .epuesunted uepecially by residents frnn Yinnar. The chair woas icu tpilt by W. Muturth l1 11u., who stated that, the time hoad arrived when action rc qrlired tlo,t l taken to havo this road oplnedcl, Ton long had owe een slutmbering or wait ing for "l110 troublilng of tlb waters," nl ntt0htitor\Vaquietly steppsin in \whilst we vwaiited,. .nl tu cuoenculhcd with la exhorrta tion toL take up wtith eunergy iand prosento to n slcceofurl issu Ithe object for wlich theg necting was catlled. Mr Firmin was strongly of opinion that this road shnoldt be obtained. FIrom what ho knew 1o physica? obstacla preventer itS Coohopliushm·t, mid heo uad no doubt that puishoe on with energy coimmunincation would soon he esta...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

RARA.LGON SllHIF, COIUXCIL. The ordlinary meeting of-the shore nllnCi eavn held on Wednedavd, Matrch ei h. 1 47. Pres.enot-Cr ilBodco.lth [lpresidentl,). and Crs English. Peterkin. Pirmin. Camlpbell. Varney, and Walker, The minutes of the previoua metilng were read and confirmed. The council went into mntnlittl?o, to open tenders. On renoming the folleowing were accepted : Contract No, O46, Clear ('relk road. P. lhickman £57. Contract No. 3535. PSermor anel Inlohtam streets, Traralknn. Illadin Cre.. C1141 tls. Contract. No. 354, Stoney Creek ro:ul, H. Crisp, £20 16s. VALUATION The valuer reported the valcntion of eachI riding as follows:--East Riding. l5nf93: Central, £11,716; Western, £14.341; total. £31,620, being an increase of £3341. Te eceretary added that the increase in each riling was-Eastern, £286. Central, £1520, Western, £11555. and that for the past three years the annual increase of the shire had been phout £3000.-The vnlllntion wao adopted on tile motion of Crs. Peterk...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

CUIl 5ENT NEWS, TEA MEETINGl AT YiN?.ln,--We are pleased to learn that the gathering on this tecasion was fully up to expectations, About I4Dilersols sat down to lea, and the fuptls will, in consEltUllCe , bepelitto a con siderable extenlt, AGltICULTURAL iiorIETYr,-A meeting of tie c oanittee of this societv wins held in the 3lcethniies' lnstitute oin tilh pst, otllege icents were made for the sale of tile Iootlhs on lhow Dly by J. Enlglistl aind Co. The engnagelment of a hand of nmusic was left to Mr 3N1rcloecl . Tlie prize list was revised anti mlilor buaolsiles relating to the day of the shoier was trmsllieUted. The work on the ground is procecding slttisfactorily, and a brilliant succecss is antici(ated, 'itAvALco. StIRl: Copvclb.-Tho onli, inry mceethlg of tihs colucil was held on Wedncsday Inst ; but lit tle Itres?r t tuanecinl position of the council it was considered in expedientt to cntefr ilion the full businesc, until the Governmoment subsidy woulel ie re, ecived, which w...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Au Revoir! [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 12 March 1887

Au Revoir BY ArTHIUR BEitiETT. Two words of parting by the lips are spoken, Two farewtell accents thrill tile humnan car The uoe we breathe with hearts and voices broken, The other ltter, not witholt a tear, Perchance, but radiance in the wet cyey glistens, The very sorrow laden is with balm; a Adieo I" is anguish to tihe soul that listenr, But " Au revoir I" hs elements of calm. "Adieu 1"-good byel To part, mayhap for Bright eyes that gaze on bright eyes an swe ring The cruel fates may endlessly dissever, Aol life than this knows no sever sting. But " An revoir I' ha. soace ill its sadness " Adieu I', indIed; but nt " Adiot l" ifor aye " Adieu " until we meet again in gladness Under the sonlight of some fairer day. 'Tis not ' Adieul" the smother falters, weep in, As l,frlth her son goes from the genatl iome Into, life's htarvest, eager for tihe reapinig, Ran lv rough seas ti sail, far realms to roamss To face earth's perils with a heart andanated, Anil seekstlccess, r knightly Peri...

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THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

mwe ame l fti , al. , 3 a7eii toldr m toe thebaiesm ase ait - teem, ahs t What Is yone*tmam, rnc Onmse mdI "Theimmsloto be, sn, m nit .. •G. s .-e m ii. sh. •i ts.lc k·ll eout. ·- . A Slabath Imrwis.-what a blamesi privilegp is oms, ,e day tIn mma, to le" mi.d . or lca adl oar aumleral tumble,. and to eat eam weary m aind. ad omi rsist bourl la centeaplation of the Ideal pd ft. neo at which we all of us ain 1M i sI ai congregatieL Justemaergig from the SThaeb the Load we've got out- whoe we ea breathe!" exclalmed Mne. Phleblphmab t who Is a lady of bountifel pwopoeetise. Thank the Lord we've got out where wesea breathe I I relly thought I should autaaeIe. It w Ineuoershly stuffy. Wonder why the abton think la t year's atmo phere so much nmuperior to the peilst emano's. vItatel i ri were boy. a lmy, I believe I'd beak two o three el'ine .. I'd do something, at may sret, to t ithat eeO , tprisonuel i ailot. mid a tlttle fresh mit in." "at I se so eleaepy I" was the roluater observatio...

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A MODERN VERSION. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

A* Uyaom _ yes moiy pwottw mwit * . I*o tho b? in wb ? l ... & .. * Img t gtoill PZIt. aU I nl*

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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D[?]ce. [?] IT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

ou.. . m good i a . _ad L Irdr:a: a Few ft ».*> IT ie mlsrm an iadm w - bidn b iwh wb4M raariib mand a?wnmo te bto them. lh mmiaot m? became mw baolotere m ri twS whAo at ear by begas b swear al him ian teh th drMale m am. Ar the mlaten had qoma bw weed. "a te m-ew'- . aollMe a w Mhi ales, the detnr wed 1s .t. mu a milbe atrn taheellow s.mi the aii a blde -e di tar t nmbam d met, hl eF Malwtel taedto In Mu Via mane seaft eto fth moat blorr wtaOred the =ted WM be Dr. tedsby, whie over t --m aS. scIor"f, arid Im as 0 Tidms.ik i athe hoeldM"two the?e tiAm e . Lm4. in a ery smdible tme, " Tom'&a geod lm. gm yoim ka how tiba 1 lwmw

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A Salvini Story. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

. - A S yIvinl story. Tar years ago he was playing fa out Wutt to an aodiensaeompoesd of theroughest mes, many of them minlas, and women of oasls stamp. The play was " Conad," or " Mote COiile," his favourite eharaster, and the mnes terible in sll his rpertoeie. The pieso hal progressed to the htlt eal, mnd Seaiia ac standing at the winag waiting to go on. He is always o deepl abeorbed bin heparte tha he often forgets his sta busines, and his .manager is, herdaore, al?mye s to reimi him or supply any needed proputy. Hse 6 isaved BiJini'e Bas rivot"d on the ht , and aw him nervously fingering a little nW md finally pio it in Wa belt of hi be . Toubling him on the arm the manages WMl " What is that for; you don't weat a bottle T " e, s, replied the aslor, ab etrlediy. "Looknat those noeumns m 1 dsould11 of' brokenm hrt b?ree moe II Sundeetand it. I am going to askb nnois and die of eoonvnlsona." dAd he did. to rhe howling delight of his sandltmee-Ba?ma An. Irish defnitin.-An Irishman,...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A Remarkable Stroke of Lightning. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

A RLemarkable Stroke of fi ght ming. Tea Granite Falls Journal, Minnesota, give an aoount, by N. O. Carle and Oblritian Olson. farmens, of Orapito ?elle, of the romarkable remull of a shooe:of lightning which slouck the pralJrie 'abf mnile an a ballt from Olson's bbase. It occurred in June let during ea hevy norm.. . -. They ay it made a hole In the ground between Ave and six feet drop, and from this hole there etehd six trenuch? twro feet deep, branchbing off in differenl directions, andr extending for a distance of from its to eight rods. And whet wa very slingular. no.a partiole of the-sod and dirt thrown from the hole'ad reneee wah to be seen, excepl now and then a l?ge piee of sod twoty or thir rode away. Mr. Olson says that by aetoal measurement thedlohesplouhed os.by th lightning from where it truok were all of an equel distanoe apart; four of them wert of the sme length, and the other two ib' f-ee aborter. The reporl is said to bare been e terrible as if an eplosion bhad occ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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THE RAILWAY. INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS.. During the month of December Passenger Trains will arrive and depart fromn, the va rious stations as follow: .TIlE YAIN LINI., . . . Down Trains leave Bale at' 6'5fa.m.sand 4 4?42 a.m.;-Tmnralgon 8-4 ii.m.4and 5"51 p.mt.; .Morwell, 8"26 a.m. and 6"13 p.m. : , Up Trains leave 3ielboltrne'at'6"42 a.m. and 4.31 p.m.; \yarraulat 10:10 a.m. and 7"56 p.m.; rafalgar, 10'44 a.m. and 8"30 p.n.;3le, '11 a.m1,. and 8"46 p.m., Morwell 11"25 a.m. and 9.11p.m;Traralgon, l'148a.m. 'and 9-34 p.m.; arrive at Sale 12-58 a.m: and 10"44 p.m. MIROOn LINE. Down Trains leave Meorwell at 11'45 a.mn.; Yinnar, at 12.10 p.m.; Boolar., at 12:25 pim.; Darlimurla, 12"45 pn..; arrive at Mirboo North at 1 p.m Up Trains leave Mirboo North at 6.40 nat. ; and 4.30 p.n. ; Darlianurla at 6"55 a.m., aUd 445 p.m-.; Boolara at 7-15 a.m., and 5.5 p.m. ; Yinnar, 7?30 a.m., and 5.20 p.m. ; arrive at Morwell at 7'55 a.m. BOOLARA LINK. Train leaves Merwell for Yinnar to Boo lara 11.45 a.m., arsives...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A Culprit. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

A d.lprl. Tas maiden sunt, in her straight btelke Wibh a fush on har pae and wrl? e obeek, And a horriied, morIied. mystihfd alr. Was Joat about to speak. And the maiden niee-a nies little mad- Stook meekly twirling her thumb abset, With a hall.tcitmphant, hallf.raid, And wholly bwitcohing p?lt. Bald the maiden ant : "Will yeo u explain Wh w heads were doing so alas together t You oould easily, I assure you, Jane, Have knocked me down with a ieatbht. "When I think of your bringing op-my care, Hy serupaloal care-and it's come to tbhIf Appeared no be sitting calmly there, And letting a YooUo uae KISS yea I *l Now tell me at once just what he ei4. Anl what you replied. This Is lquite trial, So do ?nt tend tmere and hang your beal, Or attempt the least denial I "1 II etch you once more in suoh a lx, Tbhngh you are eighteen, I can telI you, I shall treat you just as if yo ware al, And send you to aehool again I " Are you going to tll me what he said, And what you said? I'll not teand thi...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

TO COORESPONDENTS I~uttCr, nnd other comtnniirc'atloma intc,.,ed for insortiuni ini the nlews columnsia siuki be addrouseCd to THLE EOITOII. Rejected lcttcrs cnnont hIe returned under lne cireumiutelane whatsoever.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Nature. The Great "Bo[?]" of the Paris Museum. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

uiaturae. The great " Bse" of t the Pi Nuneaus. Tas bso fm l7 (BoRd.) aorprise the s the tropidophlde., shb easee tn. - Tie ptile whish bha juan beo added I abs men rie of the Jardin dro Platls at fParis sad whieh is eafainly one of Ibe irges that has ever been mean in Earep,is seit isbe," as it has bea erraoneouly syldo bst a eaaesle--Eeerctes muriesa. It Is a? iwesly Net in lenghb,and the elm lfit bhody toes large Ia proportion. This spsoin O Zeseetae is hoed ia loath Amalic, aep' ally i Goisas and Brail. It wm s known by Permin, is hias natnm hidorly Burinam. and its habite have been inae de srtbd by Prince Neowid. in his Remtps sur N urgsareiichl ,on Rrasilie. (vol. L). The following are few o the dal that w .gso to this aoeomplLsbd travelea: In Brail this rpat I ealled e or cseris. The Botoeados aume it Lss. ea. The Prices mneow pss that oar. ,tweney lt in lnltb. and lhb. habdlas uaed him ths in wild and uamshiim b sothe l sataind a much gester .i This s rpest a rashy live ts 1...

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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

Topics of the Day. T'ia: object of inw by-law issued by tih Rl:il.ay Comnuissioners, nlowing draw hici. :l carriage on wheat c ,nf-veid by rail 'om various stations in the colony, neld i;pped at Geelong for places .out 5s" , :ctor'a, is to equalise the rates 'for whet;. When the rates for grain were reduce about two'r rs ago,tlh differeice hietweci the' rate for the carriage of wheat from the westIern country to CG ;liong and to Melbourne was reduced s. The prineipleadopted'was that of a "'iperliul rate, and there was no incl.ase in the It io of 1he distance. The imerchaniz ii f Gceeiong complained that this place 1 .:Ini at a disadvantage. The IRail:ay dep.tmOent stated that it was lnot thier i?ieution to do that, and they agreedl to al.ow a eiawhack suflicient to restore the oil d;'Tertence in tile rates. The s;at;.ias between Diumboola and Serviceton have since been opened, and the object ,f the new by-law is to 'extend .the drawblack t; tliem.l.-" Abe." Tills Iese'.i?a of W:r;'r...

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Soup [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

Oslp - ipattere, moustache. drippings, conee tains, syrup.gltobules and other un. manageable table trifles are active enemies to a decent presentability- in the matter of -oat fronts, epecially since fashion forbids as to wear a bib. Solong as the romantlcor the adven. turous spirit shall animate mankind Robinson Crusoe and the Arabian Nights will hold their place among the most enchanting lies the world has heard; and the liars who con. trived them shall wear on alternate days a special crown of immortality. I 0ong ago despaired of attaining to any. thing resembling elegance In the animals business of eating, though I have known women who were soflciently endowed with genius to refine a pigtrough., These feminine phenomena lift even mastleation up to fellowship with established elegance in man nes,. There isbefore me now the memory.piec ture of a woman whose ultimate nobility inspired me to all the ats of my life in which there was any live yeast or any flavor of the manly and the ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Ladies' Column. The Only T[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 19 March 1887

wshc abe se navea Iaglh, If other. do. It Y "the only time he came home that way.e They were kespinlg boae, id she saved din. ner until it spoiled ; and eight, anie, ten, you Henryt". and he anawerd thickly: M Yah, Iammer, 'e me ;" ad sehe let him in. Oh, what wsethe mattlrwithhitml His ne was red sad his hair snmpied, and be smelt like brand, peaches and tumbled fint against the wand tn ataing t the hat ent, ,and iamd: mmer, wahenotupforr id shme knew he was" i ot a doyt" She wa a well traht u gpd, who never dreamt that any bat to ry asum and dreg of society could be men intoxesated; and hereheis, k Aadoudl th em anebehah promised to love, d aor ad obey l Instantly all hope deert I her. - Geilf and Indignation t.ake paelion of be eol. She me : "Oh, Henry I" and wishee that she were deed ; Owhile he ?a poe himelf by the matel. rpieo, and aexpais thait Warren wm going to Europe, eand ake the boys arTound for an hour. He hat her, "What in the matter?" and beanehes her to come and kita...

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