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Commercial News. Live Stock Report. TRARALGON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

bot tile Live Stock Report.... the TJ.I ILLaO, , Monday. tan.1 A. I'Lean and Co. report yesterday : T Our yards heavily supplied, largo attendance tot of buyers, prices showing" alt upward ten- a dency and biddings spirited, every lotbceiig p disposed of at very satisfactory tigures. We ý sold fat bullocks L6 2s lid to LS 2s cd , cows cel, L5 10s to L5 12s 6d ; store bullocks, L4 17s Prl to L6 IS ; draft tGl forward condition bul- ant locks -t L,7 15sc? olos, LTB s, to L4 19; heifers to LI 9s; steers and heifers (young) IT L,2 ts to L3 Its; tnilech cows and springers, he: LI 10s to L 10s; "calves, Ll 19s, other it drafts at market rates ; sheep, 86 crossbred ewes at ts id ; 26ti merino wethers at 8s 6Cd; pig, suckers, 8s 3d : bacona sorts, L1 4s to cre S8s, - be lessrs..Marriage Orr and Co. report:- ha As advertised for last Saturday, we Ield in of conjunction with Messrs. Olark atnd Lyons a wi clearing oat sale for F. Ilalll Esq., Narracan Park. The attendance was- tttasually no la...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Dog-day Rhymes. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

Deg-day Rhymes. BY BOLLIs W. FIELD. Blow rnm a breeze from the frigid zone; .end me a zephyr, a young cyclone, Straight from the region of summer snows, Northward from where thle eahier goes, Blow ime a breeze frpm the icy wold U(nder the pole star, bright end cold, Where tle alrus wears the thickest of hides And tie.?t.,l bear on the iceberg rides. Blow me a breese from the Greenlend mount, Fro{ whomet 4pe creams aren't things that On the bi1l of fare, and the Esqulmaua Slips and shades o'er the ice end, snow. But the weather vanet polnta to the torrid belt, And? man ean do nothing but melt, melt, While he site in the sunset's after glow 44A ip?q t4o the season of BeaOutlful Sqow: lp molsere cotl for n cough ! inquired a youth with a slight cold-l ought to be, Was l", reply, it is sold for cououmptlon. raophic-.A rcpgter thus graphieally de scibes the effects of atorm in the North SL.6--While the Rtour, wag t its height the vessel heeled to the larbogrrl, and the cap tain and anoth...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Tracing a Bank Note. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

Tiu .+z Pa? k Nstp. :adate sgo y a F pi.dent in New a ri"_?." ~ ,.atplepan'wboaaioanied ilI Britisih copi?'i ait that po.t, eltereilti iin tece, saying tLAt "e ?asbi t to W."ihtt is my name" ; replied. "iidorn te," stait the conaul, " but was pndel" the 'impression that Mr. M.--. wbdtii I u desirois of seeing, was an older aalb';t is n y father, then yoou want. Utl o?'nntely ehe is i'on~itod to the houiae .y indispition. 'n. iyo communicate to mo he hnature of your business, and it may ia in my p wer to attenid to it in his ab ,ie I'; # ..... .... 'Wl'am oddioed to you," mid the eonsul. SWell; i' $'uidelikter lome slight hesita. lon, !9 I sould like to speak to you in pri 'ate for a ew minutes, if coniveuent." Blaingsbowe4 the old gentleman into an nit?ier room 1 requested him to be seated and waited for him to broach the matter enouurn ng which he had conie. Without preface, the 0onsul took out from s pocket book a twenty pound Bank of Eng land note, handed it to me, and snid, ? I ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

Advertisement. Tlhe.fpllowing is the prize list for the Morcwell, 3lirbuso'nni-.:N _rac:an Agricul turial and Pastoral' Society, to be held on 7th April. Class ..-Dlraughlt Stock. Sectiu. 1,- Entire horse, any l ge. I st prize, 5 (2Onil, "£2 : 3rd prize, hon. min Section 2; Best 2-r-old n, 1lt or lilly. 1st prize (thegift of Mir. W. 1'lNabb), 12 10s; '2tdl (tei_ gift of Mr Date), L1 1s.' Suctiion 3, Brood inare,i. ith foal at fot. o1t lprize (the gift of thel president), L3 ; 2nd (thu gift of ·tie president), L; 3rd, hn. nelltiont. . . See:ion 4, Best drymarc . :. 1st prize L2 2: 2n l,".l Is, one p~air 'winkers (the gift of 3lr. Ilh iz. n ' ' " . .. :Section i, Best3-yr-oldl illy. 1st prize, L; 2nil, 1. Seoction 6,i:6st yearling. \Cihatpion `Sction 7, Best f al at fout, l t lprize,' Section 8, Best pair farm lhor'ses.. 1st irize, 1A. Extras. Best Ye:irling" li '"Victirs IModel " (the gift of MIr. T. \alsh), L2 2s.: ' Best goal (thse gift of Mir. T. Walsh), 'L?1 Is. " SBest Yeairling...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

w. Haw? l &r C. STOCK STATION AND COMMUSSIUN AG ENT MIELBOURlNIi AND W\ARRAGCUL. A UOTION ;r a eonducted in enu part 4 'nf l(j14eiln reiigularly every Satur dayI fortniidhi at ti our yarits, t ii iinlit, ritI )liutilt fIrt ritt -i t r> a ro annis M-ruelli and muithltls -it \\ar a'iul. lt)rtiina ud I'oo vean"-, antd at the MIlltirni" C.iro.)rastio Tu~rds, Newma-srkot, evry week. - 't I tV.\L?"; ION. .1 \)E . . . :"MONSY; ' TO I.ENId:" LA'IRGE OR SMALL SUMS (ON FIEW' . ' iMhOLD O'i ,L'XiASEllULDto ll ADn,OFFi:e : 70 Queen street, Mlelhourpe. -" "II'ULIC NOTICE. • ---.---" 'o:.- - A EitANCH 0. OUR USINSS dIAS Ei I;E ESTABLISIIEI) AT i;eottt's Royal. Hotel, Warragul. itudetr the S. ;ANAGE3MENT 0or Lr. Cha:les - Le sadla Wm Hamilton & co, 70 Queen street. Melbourne, PRELIMINtARY NOTICE. MAGNIFICENT AGRlIC'ULTURATL 'GRAZING PROPERTY. VT. hAMILTON & CO. in cuoj.ne Ltion with Messrss lyron Moore ,s Co.) have, received instructions froms J. iicol,ýEaq., to ?ell by ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Scraps by a Scribbler. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

¶cropnLhBl~i)..b q1 9erihlu r.... '1 con totfotrm ottot tococvd, 'no Ciostotott i. would say, Scribbler wino lrjeorcel to doot tIoi"nr phitti. lHis vroaty t was.3' to toe iooo ptov'ookt.nod a '1ltote11r'r oos to toe to. clared against htim:n How thnotlfl ho felt wnicnhefo?l d ho fot t contcmolo'orary iof tis thrn o;;" rtniel' diofll-irlg ohs slt aoc;etrot ; ain:l tirhltrio ho?eir ieot thonlk?,-ootl d toao - Ioco eoo toi hit I t?co ttr ' Stcripendot."teno it tnoi tilAt lii ortcoiiott s?cmw.sitlculateo to ni nko tie oitgc bhuot,. soverely in:.poorn Scrihbler'o treast. Ctrtaitt. S hblcrhle o ve-o accit- to Oto . 5ntimpcachbcltle tlintl that iof ogeot.itl ,totioCwhent describing tho forest o[ tirboo i hIe a'ild-" Treo- fromn , ito ft'thro'ngh grosy on eeryoco4 or 'tOof grodtdo otolod thot ittxeao tttoost.oim possible too ,gt throoghl; thlom." It w'olldbteooim tredioticultfor seriobl,~r totcon fttte thot otiotteonot.'tMlit to 0 .'sext-"c- his c,-ott totmpotrary's ttarttuorlntt " -ervonth...

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FURTHER PARTICULARS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

:P FUP'.TIIK So PAlTICUIlARStl: . ' ' ,. . S 'Dr X .v, T lhursdah y. ,fr. *r-b, Tan'ltartni, tie c'interal hus nrs rinranier'of the nilhli Colliery Com l.un,'reri ivual ;I teleg-ril 'froin 1 [r. nois, thi cnlliery nmgna.e;r at Bulli, at n quarter list -six o'cl?ek this' monrning as, follows W? olao l) got six ni'n .out of the pit. but nho nF. thllil. ar alliv. r ThIe iare rrei 70 to "75 pIar.m ins iln l ithe rtlIe, inc'eiling IeI. and hnboysv. ' There isi nt hope of nny ef them I,-;n' alive.' I have tile assielance of thie neih-l-orint manaegere. ' We are ldinal awie" lin to extricate tih meln." Mr. [-Itintlion thl ol.-iaphtli it once, to IMr linn'. aliaine lrni tro eq iip ita -erhli party witll fllexile .talbitri oir lhoe. 'also a;n sir hliviier, whiclh tihe conip any have at Blilli. Th.Is .as tlie onlr way v e ceould see by whlich lih as archl laties? cittllt get into the min ie at all. I:Ie:also askerl Tr Ilns if tihe ventilation luiafting vrwao drlawing. If it wr;l noft, tllrn o...

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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

~: ?CURRENT IYEW&Y -4--- Ilerz'paabrTlri (r f:rTI\a ATr V\AlN t r-Wo Illlelcntnld thant n Ipoull'o llccletr t of thee Y timer I .resfori a. forttltglt nlrurT r'' of pet"'lli jtisc'rit." 1h lcrtiswllh snietitlutid 1yw th race club irctlIeitllito bo scen, but It is c.rtaltly id riteblo tIhtit ta allater.adetion holdýI~ mnul,_to tie' liijir itt flictl rnutitllr" by the ejertte. tied. racing collutelttecet re peetiirelyp of 4,llbrrwl l . and Yiitinr tr ill lbd lirojieicinl tii,lotli. COURoT Oi, I't:r.Tr SeatISSni-S- r A. NV. IIo' itt writr rpsrtd ia the pettlly sesioInIIIs tltiritid April itt felot :-ir llinl i let.; C2i2ln, anitdl 6tht \Vrauiitl 1 lIt ; rtinIdy CruDck 14th1; 1\0u0lt6lt1; iiltitfirld Iith; Driilit IttiI ; tlorvull 20th%; Trunlgotit '27tlt. I'Iet:slarerTOg.-...w0 tire pleastcd to knowr that Mr. Du Vi hln boen nlu 1e tlhe rtcipltit I of a litttiue0IIc IpreseittI from tlte idies of St. Macrk's Stlltnng y sclhool., Itoundle, 03 am w14= nidittiof lu crt eni thu "0011...

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'The Morwell Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1887. THE BULLI DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

, • vo. ..........A T.i (PUBLISIHED VVEi? St.TTI IAY). SATURDAY, MARCI 2, 1887. -TIlE BULLI IIISASTEIS , A TinntILI, of horror ran through the community, when the leartreadingtas count of the BIl1 ,a tsast. is m'aale known tltrough the mnedium of the daily :ppe?i, Not o living witness will pronbbly be left to unfold the mystery rega trling the case Of flhe disaster, which is of such appalling inariitlde no I'lets than 85 persons having benientomtbed. Of these we. learn thatl'':2 Ioals liha o been recoverel,;nand ti optinion expressed by one of tlio searchers is that the block in the mine will prevent some of the bodies' beitg'` ;I d for perhalps montls. It will beotrem.eo beredtlthat the men of the Bulli mine were out on strike for a considerable tinme, but. the information las been convetyed "thiit tehoTliri?r vetl tilatitio i?f) tlhi( itLilin rwva attended to during this timne-otherwise tlheaueciu lation of fire-ldaip could be readily :tcciunted' fo~ In the alusoeriýi of afull inf...

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Children's Corner. Eva and Winnie. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

!bt?bren's Corner. Eva amd Wimnle. EVA STAnLEY and Winnie Armour were not related to each other,though the friend. ship between their parents was such that the two girls had frequently seen much of each other during their short life's history. Both children had been born in South Afriea,at a station where Eva's father bad long acted as the resident judge, while Winnie's parents were engaged in the noble work of missionaries among the native popu. lation. Winnie wasa bright and pleasing child, the eldest of six little ones; very unselfish and kind, and with so, much good sense that her mother had learned to place a reliance upon herseldom accorded to a chillo o yosne. Shite was a somewhat pretty girl with soft. tark eyes, and a very gentle exlression of face. Eva. though a pleasant enough girl, was disletxd to be selfish and petulant. She was an only chill, and had pterhapi looan too much inluleed, which might account for thres le. fects in her character ; but she hwl a worse fault s...

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

RECIPES. Macaroni and Tomato.-l- Tou wish to prepare a quart dish fnr y, ur table, fill your dish about a third fill rn maarerni i put it in a saucepan and over with'ldlenty of boll.' ing water to allior for .'swelling, aend, ball twenty minutes to half an Unhr"; it must be soft but quite whole ; drain off all the water; stir in a piece of butter the size of a small egg and a small cup of grated cheese, and place in your dish; strain over it.a quart of wellatewed tomatoes while hot, and bk ehalf an hour, or until brown; salt and season to. matoes to taste before adding macaroni. Cold Slaw.-Put three .teaupoonfuls of vinegar in a saucepan with alittle salt and pepper; beat two eggs very light and mix with & tablespoonful of flour, a teaspoonful of butter, a teaspoonful of sugar and half a tea. spoonful of ground mustard. Bet the vinegae on the stove and when it. belle stir In the mixture, adding halfacup of milk. Cook for twominutes, stirring constantly. Poor the sauce over s...

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Russian Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 26 March 1887

the hst or the taAe si of n Reeo i during Is llw 4n,101 i?or t o.659 durhing 1884, showingrs falling of of b,.i f lbf list year. This Is due to the bad state of trade g gneral, nd toit to the q tlis ofhe the sni ter. suenD sqo~a lire' of the Governmeat weitegstti y C o fosgh bredh fraom stali.- _ y the bared Irt the stallions impotdeed . i beeon bd Trance. Their odussee an slot turned m t vnry well The oemis' raimplp ti their horss very msuh. Uafeetoitoly the (Go ,e. ment offacils se divided is thereL eapI . One camp waats to bred est ngl thorougbbreds, the otber iram puen amesrs and the thild camp t ee the, ipaeesG , The Oossrck b oakers wored is suek esrarmlt manner for their ?hob rthat they t the Oovermtent to obr nI prie fo?a twenty tpred that the Cuseerk ouesh bad neither the sed nor the stimias of a second.clsse .ofreatd English hone. At the beginning of the rece they went like ml, when hall the distance wema ored threequaters o the Cesacks pwlled up end went to "euom sweet ho...

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Medicinal Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

i lI cdicinl Recipes. BY OLD AUNT I'ATTIE, LONDON. AS b?'om?er iR npproaehin?no.dai we who reside in or lear the nlotropolis havr not the adlvantaces of country friends, it liany not be amico if I tolfll yo low I telalig O ? t keci milk fres h and onod in tbe 1 hottest oif wther t iq verory simpl. Scerpesomai horscradish nod Ilut it in tie milk as yno roctire it from. the nrlirryn oan. If it iploor and unu lter. roedn it will ker 'swect for .dtys. Put in . mnhcls no aill half fill teaspool to a pint. ADrinkc forOlildren and nd ults of Weakly ;Constltutlon.--ilil ollficiernt nrl hanrley to r nke throe pint, straini it rit, ilsoluee 0010 o f m oaraina in e lilal wler. mix' t ith the amoe nod bhol Ithem t1e1 toetlher, only for a cunple of minnite tahe n ?ans full odf milk. worm three or four times la, alding a liltle lemon joice nd snwar,. if approred; In afew weeks a edecold im-o .rnroinent vili bie obsoerved. Sootlhing Mixture for a Coough.-Two llnt'rn o?l igo, liwe Oln cnr olranisin...

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To Make the Most of One Chicken. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

To Mlake the M? st of One The following I think a novel way of using a fowl and mriking much of it, likoewise rather oriLginal. First select a yellow-skinned fowl weighing about four pounds; after a good sinaeing washI well in cold water, and put over tile tire in a kettle with plenteyof water; let it boil; throw away this water, as it removes anlly taste of feather ; then return to tile fire and cover over with cold water, and boIil slowly until tendier. Season well with salt tnl peppeir. Next, take up and jint and iek oullt all the best meat, both :lark ?llr liihti and cut in pieces one or two ihllrhe square (or long), cut tire heart and liver eals in pieces. the size of dice, mix well with litght and dark imet, and placein adeep Stonle or eartheir dish andl pour from tihe k;rttilenough of the top of the broth to Scopletely over the meat. Set away for future ufo,' Return all the remains, bone', skin and all to the remainder of the broth, and boil until tihrebones are iprfectly cle...

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Household. Old Comforts. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

Old Comfort. Nfo one will quarrel with me, I think, when I call a blanket i comfort. 1Few things are so desirable for bed covering, either for warmnth or li.htncss. The housewife who is the nhappy pjc.-sor of at pair of thick, fine, sft. hanlsuooe blankets. maye well hn excusedl if site sinnoerls naul pats them cwith a goeI deal otf satisfaction andl pride. But eren good things will wear out; and we must some times turn oTr eves from the piles of new, desirable, almost poetic, blankets, in our great dry gootls lhoe to the piles in our orea hostes, old (thoagh still desirable) and very prosy to most of a. " A pair of laun krts" os an gc enrolls sort of laoud abont it, andl few moultl be persuaded to cut asnew pair in two. There are ninny tlays of taking care of ncw ones c that I plresmeln most people know of, nttl of wlhieh t shall not speak iecnuso my theme is old comnforts. o When blanikels begin to wear out, to gro thin in little spots, the best plan is to larn them wit yarn, thle...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

I Ther is a rhyme on the nine parts l1 spcechl which lhai'rcaiveed considerable puit. lication in all spelline books and in perrildi cals during the last fifty years or more. here it lis:' 1. Three little words you often see Are articles-a, an, and the. 2. A Noun's the name of anything, As A 'hl, i ardretn, loop, or reing. 3. Adjectives tell the kilnd ,f N'oln, As greaotssl.l, prrti, ,h;ite, ,or brown, 4. Instead of N.oun.s the I'r.ooua.s stoit.d Her head, hi/s face, your arm, soy hain. 5. Verbs tell of something being done To read, couit, eing, laugh/ijumoo, or rest. . How things are doane tile Adverbs tell, As slowly, quiekly, ill, or well. 7. Conjuantions join the wonts together, As men adlltL worsen, wind, or weather. 8. The Preposition stands lefore A \oun, as in or throug/ a door. 9. The interjection shows surprise, As oh! hows pretty ; eh! how wise. The popular idea that the people of Great Britain consume more tea on .a:n average per iherid of the popilatioal than anty other...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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PETTY SESSIONS. APRIL, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

;i'EV~TY SESSIONS.B: I APRiL, 1887. 1kchiceld, Satlrdany nd, II n.m, slim. mnoueus iEuCd iondsu, "28th'March rraralg' Vu dncedaiy 13th ard .27th, 10 n.m. uuuuuuuuuicus isuuud Tlhurudauy 7tI anud Friday 2nd : iv. Vlne. Snturdiuy Iutlu, 9,30 n.u.; suummonsuu qixulud Tluesday 12t. u 1 Mturwcll, Wcduuuesday 20th1, 1)1.0 nai.; sil). -moluss isRsued Fridlay lit.,.

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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

'I'f-YIORIRH W',S SEII CIEIS. \V :orl~slllaN (llvllcr.-Dliviao S.orvri ci bie holl next SunJday~ aIH rullvs : ''irernlgon 11 inm.,. Ierl WiliniK Northh, 3 p.m., Morwehl 7 pci. Air Ciicaaiii. will be hold on SundIahy Is follow:n: Mlorwell, 11 atm., Dri liohl 2.30 pcin,, Bonlarn, 7p.mn. Mr Eldridge. Cijunoir ci ENnLAunA'-Divin. eSLico: will he hIelul next Biancny'a follows :- -; -Yinnar, I I .m., hnzuelweorl, 3 pci. \hr Edwards. merwehl, _7 pci. lev. J. It. Walerhc. Communion and hap~tium.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Cost of Wheat Production. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

The Cost of Wheat Productlon. The phenomenally low prices of wheat. which have prevailed during the past year have directed attention to the details of the cost of producing that grain, and in various States of the wheat section thestatitil ex perts are making calculations to settle the question whether, at, the prevail ing prices, the culture of wheat can be profitably continued. Onenof themostinter eating reports yet publisherd on this point has been made by the Michigan Secretary of Slate concerning the cost of producinar cand marketing the wheat, oats, and corn crops of 1885 in that Sate. . The average yield per acre is given at 21.98 hushels of wheat, 40'55 bushels of orats; and 70*87Obushels of ears of corn. The yielr thus indicated applied to the cost per acre shows an average cost per bushel of 2s. 6,1. for wheat, Ia. .I. for oats, and 1id. fr ear corn. The average price of wheat on Jan 1, for thie Siate, is placed at abol,t "si. rid .: nIts Is. 1Md. ad. cern Is. per bushel ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

MORWELL, NARRAC.AN AND .tIRB0) Pastoral and Agricultural Society's - HOW, AT MORWELL, ON 7TH APRIL, 1887. Addenda. CLASS C. 1. Best foal by any thoroughbred horse: First prize, £2. 2s (gift of J. Rice,. Esq., Cowwar.) 2. D. S. Graham Esq.'s special prize in extras may be either 2, 8, or 4,. yeCar olds. :. Best carriage horse led in halter under 5 years. First prize, £2 2s. 4. One animal miyv be entered in as many sections as the exhibitor wishes,". but not more than one prize in the class can be obtained. CLASS I. 5. In lieu of Section 30, in previously published addenda- (no alteration in class) prize of a silver cup will be given for the best 1 ewt of potatoes, any:. variety, value £4 4s. CLASS N, See. 3. Special Prize of 10s additional (the gift of Mr. L. Knighlt.) " 6. A baby show for infants under 12 months will be conductedl-byMessrs. Firmin, Fraser, and Morell. Prize £5. 7. Entries may be made in letter, quoting Class and Section. 8. Entries extended to 4th April. .This.list ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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