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Horse Shows a Century Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

Ilorse Shows a Century Ago. In his volume of Annals for 1784. Arthur Yone thuts twrite? ('. 1:11):-" I was lherein 17t;4. in 1775, nawlt 1779 to huy tortes for tmy ownto farm aln for toy friend Mr. Sambrski; I think. upon tle whole, there were morer true-bred Ihrses twenty years aee than they have at pr.Seclt. They prided them selves mtore Iuponl their teams l hadaa greater s irit and emulation in this.pl)oint, of which tihe etatom of drawintg team against teaom, tile best' of twenty polls was a proof. They trained their horses to the draught attettn tively to make them draw in concert at thit word of command. and the team that obeyed tihe Ibet and ofteneat in twenty attempts drrawtine'a walegon looaed with sand, and with the wheelssunk and bltloke,-gained a silver cup.'. 'Thllis methllt olf testing tile merits of draul?ltt holre, has golne entirely ontof fesiiot at nariclliturnl shows, as has. indeed. every methom except flashy poradles. Have tthe ,ot?tsqtoences been so satisfactor...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

.1 lr 7 0_r L Rc ES1'0o\DLLsT -' Letter s an other-comnirnicaglo1s ibtel.,,el for 1nmrtibn In the ioiw eolumins should bJe addroroed to Ture Epi o·.. liejected ietters cnnnot bd returned undeor any circunUytitnees wubntsoever,

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sketcher. Caught by a Clam. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

%ketcber. S- UUt by a Clam. The following swimming story is told by a uieutenant in the nary : ""[ kept my eyes fed on my companion, Brown, who was act ig in a singular lanner, Alter every few sconsdu his.bhead would disappear beneath the water in which he stood, tlhen it would appear again. ie sctnedI to be strogeling violently. As I appr.ached hitn, he threw up his hands and cried out, in accents that hielnt tle still: " For heaven's sake, lieu tenant, quick, and help men I l dashed out to hism, through water 'oup to my waist. " What is it ?-what has hold of yvou " Itex claimed. " Its a bie oyster, or a big clam " he groaned'. was wa.ling herC nand stelpped into, it, I expect. Its shell closed,gripped my ankle, anod, to save my life. I can't get aiay ; anl toe tide will soon be over our heals h bre." he adlded, with somtething almost like a sob. Ile had been struggling here for fit teen or twerty minutes: 1 had heard of the tri'ltaren' agilea., or Monster clam, of tl.is jscet, atn...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Farm and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

dtrriago, prei adCo. rejaort -At air marl allie n, tlalllln swe hill al rt! ItIsupipl cuE t allwce forward, ind a large attendarnce, Pricco-tacona, 7d jer lII; etucese flit to fl per It; qutineso, 1", to.2tt per 1k; apples, IA to 21 for biking, to 31k foreatint; ttamsons I .}r1 per II ;pi~iram, hi 2;}d per lb; Cialttage, 2r1 per jiead; carrots, Is per dtoe; "fowle, to Its per pair; lions wilth chickteno, t,. it3d to fnt 3d. 'Wo ilsoPold a large assortment of sundry aruicles at satisfactory vrticco. The Farmers Co-operative Business Asso ciation of Victoria, Limited, 81, Little Collins stree We heed our usual sale of dairy produce to-day, before a large circle of buyers, and report prices as follow: ClrEls;E--Demand fiurm at slight advance on llast week quothtioios. P'OTTED IIUTTIR:--W. held a special sale and sold a large quantity of inferior at 4d to ed : primne I di; mediutm 7d to Sd. ' . F?eIsi ft'rn'--tae A very large .scpply. Prime is to Is 4d ; tuediun S8d to ItI ; in ferior l...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CLAIRVOYANCE. TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

CLAIRVOYANCE. TO TIHE F.DIROR ?IHWELL ADVERTISEIR. Stn,-Tt iinsaid "There is nothing new under the sutn,' but I think it is something new for a " Morwell Advertiser" to emerge into, exrstenc like like a brilliant meteor from the wilds of Gippsland, where, ,iut a few years ego it was the hlnlting ground of the ravage. And I hope that the "1 Morwell Advertiser" will enjoy a long, useful, "and prosperous career, and, also. that my friend of the " Aberdare Park" will often address oa coll to ty humble domicile. In your issue of the 1I9th inst. there was a very interesting paper on Dreans, bh llev..ltohii Hall, D.Dl)., L.L.D., but I thilnk the doctor's obijent was to give-a sly poke to Spirit ualistu. ile said of his lFriend and Charlcy "Nothing can he brlought out but the sunl of the knowledge of tlhe two." That mnav Ie in their case. Clairvoyants it al,pear are not gifted with the saime powers. Dr. Gregory, a very high nutlhority, speaks of one thalt Ilan froequ ntly ldiscovered lost o...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Finding of a Skeleton. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

Findiig' of a Skeleton. ---+---- On, Tuesday afternnon a man named John Martin was, the "Argot " etntes. engaged 'ditgiing trelchee in. KtnightI? paddock, near North Williamstown, when he discovered an adult human skeleton at the junction of the Kororoit Creek with the bay. The hones, which numbered I?O, were at the instance of reior-coulntable Delnp of Newport.convoye by Constable (Grdiner. to the Willliastown nnorgule, Tihe bones were found cOin fromn the urface. antd are srupposed to be those of n abortigittal, According to at ft erman technical journal oxlp:rinelnt.s have recently beeln motte at the artillery r'ange t.aer Comtterstidorf with a new isind of mortar and a nelw .explosive war ranted to hold its own with Cicneral hieu. lnnger's Iclinite. This explosive was used againsrt a fortiticntion conritreuted it exactly tIs possible on the mrodel, f ofon, of t.hih Iirench fr.pitlrr fr,ts :allld IIrI t d'Arrit. pnd it i ti iti . i os " 'lie ipi. el i' ftrnt th gitaitl'"

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

CO3" VEANCE OF MAILS. The following tenders for the cnn veyanco of a number of post nficoe nmails in the Gippslant district for three years from .ouly lst, 1887, to Inne 30, 1890,lhave been necepted by the Postmaster General: To and from Post-.Otice and ltailway station, Warragul. A. C. Lyons. £12 I0s. To and from Warran'1l and Smoth War rantl via Ellenhank, W. J £onston. £35. To and from Warragul ad Buln IBuln, A. C. Iynns. £83., To and from Tnlan Uln and Tlrnlin North State School, No. 2435, A. C. Lyons, £24. To and from Bloomfield Railway station and tBloomfield, E. ,1. JTones, £15. To and from Yarratlon and Genchville, via Allaimbe, Elder's. William's, and Ihal stn's, W. 13t walrn. £60 10s. To and froni Ynrragon and Iazelwrood, Mrs. 31. Barker, £20. To and from tWalhVnlla and Wood's Point, A. Temtplelnn. £200. . To and from Darlimorla lRailway station and L.asonmhe's sthre. via Post Office, Dar limntrla. E. Silver. £30. , To and from Mirno North and Foster, via tarnmniandl 'Miro...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

PI.)TAL At ll.AGE.IENTS. The l'o+t Office and Telegraph Department han iunde the tiulanl arannlleents for the Easter Holidays. (totd Iritnhy.April 8.will be ,oblerved in all telegraph elilhesi n an Sun day. All post dllief s will be cloned to to the public. Mails (except Mellourne sulburlban. which! will nit be forwnarded) uitally de spatched on Fridrys. will be nmade up the previouu night and forwardedl ot the 8th at the appoinlted hours, but where there are olre tlhan one dispatchl t any placce ton a Iriday, osltv the first mail. will lhe trans mitted. On Saturday, April2, and Ttnrieday, April 12,and post offices and tel.egrapuht tices will ble plln to the public, leiand Iisiniie trlnsanted as unital. On Mondaty, April 11. all piet otfles will Ibe lesod at 10 an.m. Only the first detlively byletter carrier will be ffectrd. Mail< (except suburban) will be received and dcspatchedl aeutanl. Telegralph ftlices ttmarked itn the " IPtal nutl ITclegra lhi Guide.' as "open on h...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Correspondence. MORWELL ANNUAL SPORTS. TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

Corresponuience. MORWELL ANNUIL SPORTS. TO TIHE:EDITOR. lOILWELL O.DVEITISEIL St.I-Stielug MIr John English's letter in yours ef 6te 2tit atr. uo tSports, and the "manier, in which they have been pruomoted I feel'that I am called upon to give a few words"in' czpl:iiatlon. ' Iirst-The roea?? thuat.a ilblie meeting was not called to feorm a copirnitte was, that the spoirts have, with .oneo irxeeption, Been promorted ill the last in the antuenannor as this year. and have given general atsfti ion. No complainta have hiithelrto Ibeus made, and i am at a lash to iluderstaind why.Mr English takes so much intdrest. iu thuiformation of the committee this yenr. Last year a publie meeting was called' by advertisement in. tile "Gazette," fr the purliose of appolinting a committee. but, at the time anl place aappoinlted only two persuIs were present. This should cer tainly show th tht the form of ctlling a meet.' irg is oirulyra.faree. atid had it been donoethis' ye:ar wpuld ildubtless I have" r...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

SCURRENT NEWS. R.. iE COING SHnOW.-Arrangements i re now rapidly approaclinilg 'coipletion. The ground now that;it'is thomughly cleared felced, and luilt opon. pr~sents a veryc neat and creditable aippearance to the Soclety. It will ~~ia re y th itenteotnt citd b?et ai pointed, Shoer Ground it. Gipleslaud when the improvements are earried out in their entirety.' The jumps are arraniged lit a novel principle, and thie. aroe clculated to minimise danger of aicideeAt, tAn addcin da has been. published, which incdilJes the new idea of a "Baby Show." This, a.ill: nl,t certailli' notl ;ith : Ieot interestiig part of the programme ton that diay anld y.ery considerable nlumber, of ilnfants WRill patss under the crittcaet 'e.aintiitlon" of the judges?on? of, whom h? eipressed his opinion that he ist utflleiently ansslra4 that he will ie ntInhl?d to give thorolgh satisfasc tion to the umothier of oate of the infanlas vrsiroantio 'Tifi uo.-Ainmogst ithe ditigutished visitorso ott tie'occairo, ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Humor. Ca[?]nea (Colored.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

One darky stood in ta'bavker patch Whence sll the est bad fled ; While the mule heels, clods and g[a weorms flew A whizzing round his head, Savory, stout and black he stood, As born to work a farm, While gaping mouth and bulging eyes Betokened his alarm. That mule kicked hard ; he woulda't leave , Unless de boas said so." - De boss," unconscious of his plight, Had gone off to the show. The darkey yelled: "See hen, boes, myl Mus' I let dis mule go "' : Just then thehbos was miles sway, And Cuffee called out" Whoa I" Quite thick and fast a cloud of dust Arose towards the sky, And filled the darkey's eyes and nose Like flour off hotel pie. Say. hoss I" again poor Couffee cried, " Ef 'taint moo' time I'se gone 1" Naught but the clattering hoofs replied. As the agile mule kicked on. At last there came a thund'rous crash That made the earth resound, And when the dust and debris pas'd The mule could not be found.. That fateful last terrific kick Had struck on Coffee's head. And now, the mu...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The South Gippsland Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

The fnSoth I ipp.aland A.griicual~trazl .. :how. Tile atlllmc n shew tf 1thu Secuthl Giplplanlelr Agricutltural andl H[certiculture.l S.,ciety eneld'atel Wortccge today. In elent of ex hibils the clhow w w t a great cillec. e h.e iex hilbitioeRe t creal,.ercotte , and dairy ,ruleue beinll' excepltinlly godl. lThere were some 750 entries, beilngclle in advance of last hJlw.' . Heav rRtll fell at iltervals dlurilng tie naterneem, which largely inte:rfclc I with ther soccess of the mcetirel. Mr. I. L. Doc-, 'incicter cc Landse end Mecsrs. J. it. Ciravee naiel A. C. .Groomee , 3.l.,.', visiteld the grocnlds during th?ie dna. The atteelancce cnc nhleut- e00, tlhe rain kheelileg a large ctcmhcer anirm. Thile principal prize-tekers cereen,'onlleIe :--Cereal--P. leuneter.O·eerge WightetJ. 1; Oracec, Ii. O'Ncill, N. and l V. lChrllstelscc, C VeeSc. Feruito--Gi. lllecnd. Allan M'AuIaY. IIOrticulteral-Mre licehlnrdl lwho took sx Iprczes. 'reserves--Mrs Ilichl ardel, George WVigcht. D., II. Duc...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Boy's Column. A Much-Travelled Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

o's C otumn.: A Much-Trrvlle_ d Do . A correspondent of the London Field re lates the travels of a dog belonging to him when he lived in South Africa, which were even more aldventuroas than those of the famous English travellinr do. IRailway Jack. This saean:ious animal. which also was namedl Ja'k, hD1t struck up" anl ncquaintance with statioll-masters i?mtcol, rcioters, and fre qaleltly went on short trips on his own ac coont. On onenceasion, when travelling with hi-owner. tie jumped from the window int chase of something that be hla seen in the bush. Ilis owner gave 'himn up for lost; but hanllv iad the former finished his dinner when' fasrer Jack arrived, he having toee picket up on the rowl by it later train. This was the dig's last trip by rail ; therenfterhe devorsl himselI to travel by sea. His tfist voyage wasm in comlpany with his nmaster; and havin._ thus been intiroduced to theli pletasres of the deep, this rovin_- siaid. raped niale freqent trips by himself. One time lie...

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

Interesting statistics are justpubltshed in connection with the Japanese pres-, the newspapers and periodicals huine narracel in nccordtance witl the subjects with whih' they deal. It appears that there are thirly seven publicntions devoted to edulcationaai matters, and thece have a total circulation of 42,649 per month. There are seven medical papers, with a monthly circulationof 1:.541; nine relating, to sanitary matteml, with a circulation of 8,195; two on forestry and two on pharmacy. Th ere are seven jornalst devoted to the variolls hranchesof science. with a circulation of 2,428, and to these mutt be added twenty two pnpetn engacgtil in pniplarizing science, with a total circulation of 0,666. , i Sixand one-half tons of Aiamontds, raincd at .e40,u1OO.OU , have been td;ig" p in Africa upI to.the present dlale. 'This io thptriil:ilna reaoiti for the decline in the value it thcee gesnl and the effort to force the ncw trarler ruby to the front in point, Iof price. It is a mounfltn...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' 'VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1887. OUR COAL MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

pht to8nrl -1 utr ti 9tr.' vOX POP UL[, . (PUBtLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1887. OUR COAL .MEASURES. WTru,. a considerable degree. oL.pleasure is tile annouocemnent. received that a diamond' dril iiill'tie" sent" to test our district for-coal, The dilatory. etton of the Government, in the prosecution of a thorough search for coal, can scarcely be accounted for in face' of the fact, that the wealthlsad t.Lha importaceo.of the colony is largely depenident on the productioms-ofcoal. Particularly on a country po.sessing coal does time nature of Ithi employmnent of its. ilnhabitants" depend. Certain it is, that mapufae-..., tries will follow coal.;'and it isn jUst as.'iil certain that tike couit irindntaifford to possess. yaluable cioa fields, and let.. them remain .undeveloped. ;Twio.years since our coal linliorts were put down as 4(0,1 4 tonsi of alli annual vailne f £450,974, or nearly half, a. million of. moorievy. ?Weier thoe ' colony enabled to supply : even. this lh...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Science. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

- cicnce.. At Tonlon.: the ire-appearance of the cholera this year was heralded by the sudden flight of the swallows from the'city the day before the disease broke out. A similar pheno menon has been observed in other pat ts visited by the epidemic. A very.strange story-bsntits authenti city is vouched by the newspapers of Colo ratio, where thie extraordinary thing is said to have happened. A prosperous Coloradan named Taylor began, several weeks ago, to feelan unusual heaviness in his cheeks, the muscles growing stiff aud the skin visibly hardening. Ilis friends were disposed to be merry over his complaints, but he regarded them as having serious grounds. Ile steadily grew worse, anl, at the end of seven days, both sides of his face had assumed the solidity of marble. lie was unable to hold up his head, so Ieavy had it become. ills eyes t,ok ons a stony glitter; hs nech k grew haid, weith other parts of his boly, and a few days later ihe died. Iris attendant iph.sicians consider it...

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

w . H. I. tlu. B. . . .itCiOIitres t.Ite Cilns'tn- pati ( U;I 'in n?,d , ... A ,U t edi" fortnight 'it our iards, tlit:i Inln, t ndl -,lnndayl forttti-,ht at. our Var ri, Morwi?ll, 4 thoi i lnn at \'arri intl. rowin .nd-.Puo '" pi;,:rt it the Ic 3 elbt irn" i rpo:Itnitt ( '" iar.'ds: rri .viik "tisit , "I OSE\Y TO0 L'I ND 4 ,AR'E Ol SMA\LT SU.IS tON 11tT,.E IJOt.ll.t Ol I 1ASE1IOL Ie:an- Or' - e r:., . -70 Qiueen street, Nfelloi roeio. - AB RANCWH OF OUR. USINESS lTAS 3EEX ESTABLTSTIED AT col.t's lRoyal .IHotel, W'arrngsil, untiter the ' _ : ih\aX.ai:.O 'C e" !.arl L'ousa a - 'Wm iHamilton & co, 70 Quecn street. Melhoirne. IsIIELIM1INAIIY NOTICE. It(AC+NIFIICIENT' AGRICOIUTUItAL S,GRIAZING PROPE:IRTY._ -IT3MI. ITAMIT,TON- &'CO. (in ennjinc 7}q tl,;.withi, Teasrs. Blyrotl Moore & :.(' i.} - .hv: received 'instructions , from. J. I'i itl, Eir.. to sell by public auction at an rotrly?eite. all his mugntlicent Agricultural ,Gr:i':tir prlperty, situate neat.'lirbo...

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

otel l otices. . MOR VELL iF AMI tLY HO TE L. W. atURDOOH, SOther. i:"'+ ..... Lakeof the Cricketefers' Eaoel: ' . ... MEGI +, inatemm-K·r mhininiiirni -dod htile P'mhlic G..norlly, that he has Purcha.s.. ther a ? ? U ? ·bon ell-k ?`Hnoi hsa6l1ryl'js d ha thfiorodUghy Renovated awl newly~ llr -almd itmrouglmut l le nownrirs FPIBST-CLASS AC 03MMODATION for Travellers, FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE WINS AND BPIRITS OF THEi BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. HORSES AND BUGGIES ON. HIRE. GRABS PADDOCWI FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. STABLING XAND CIVILITY GRATIS, THE CLUB. HOTEL. ~-o" EDMUND KELLEHER, PROPRIETOR FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND COIM MERCIAL TRAVELLERS. All Spirits, W~les, sa& Ales, of the Choicest Brands. . GOOD STABLING. GOOD PADDOCKS. Buggies and Saddlo Horses Always obtainable on Hire. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, NORWELL. • . :--- HI~ RY BREED, Proprietor. H AVING just purchised this fanosl Hotel, Which for comfort and or ler all tlh n:r exel ; My Patt,ns will ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Commercial News. Live Stock Report. MORWELL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

Live Stock IRleport. Moiwtet.,, Monday. -lMessrs Marriage, Orr and Co. report:- 1 Our yardts well supplied. In all we y\arnl h abtout 200 head and with the exception of two sltmall pens ill cleared at satisfactory prices. Our sales were ias follows:--l it steers, light weights £5 17s (;I and uop to 1 £i 10s; cows, do, £4 10s and up to £5 is store cowsi £2 15s to £3 17s 6l; springers, forward, fromt £ 10s to £7; store bullocks, vuontg fron Lt 0£3 sto £4 I s; store hIeifers fromn £2 10s to £3t; 1 to 2-yr old steers, £2 5s to £2 17s 6d ; weaners from 29s to i3Ls anil several odlld lots at currentt rates. We also sold on accoonct of different ownbors during the week odd lots its follows 3-vr old steers £4 15s and £i5 tll rundl; 2-er oll heifers £2 15s to £3. onl at draft of 8(1 heifers mil steers(tixei d lot) at £3 3s. also a draft of .horses privately tfrom £14 to £18 1l. . ?er will sell to-morroet oii t'coitut of U. B. 3Mitchell, E?,l. Trafalgar. all his dairy hIrd, fairnigmtunl agric...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Farmer. Foot-and-Mouth Disease. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 2 April 1887

- t f rnNrP, - .. ProtreUlr atU ·ulWe r.e. iotin, PF.S, aotrirtedt an impor I.nt arti'le ?t;" the La?rct4 on "Tb? titoloy tV4 (-..talo.l.Mrotblh iPis e." Dr. .Kluin a ey--:; i.Qo . timeqt iI have been ,tArara..l ian uP r.tlvairy iton fte A*iolgy ,of kfa ..I..l.-lu, di .ave cgrreia out ft.r tilhe • .Mhd.l d ?1),jl.ar',t ' "the Loqa ';ovcrn pla'nt yl oaipt. dl . areae ascertained that this Alw;,ase At tiA.'ol ky mierococcsas which ,,,laiiuad by clloiTivlp ap rtifiea'ly the lymph gaken 4,ea the yeiclf oat * Cheep affected with thir ilinsuse. The microncjcun is pranset in Al\e lymph. anlu in thetiiasu;t of the vesiclis s Idaul,-aapl.a..d a chains. It grows well ia al?til.n ieleptoune and broth, in s?litiiiej Shatll .-a rpmi, in solid aviar.agar peptotne hroth' piitt.lre. p talid, nultritive gelatilne mixtlet awhich last j1lquefied by it) andl in milk. llt Wnle pe grytltinrlolidt media isso typical tpil jgraercerisliu tbat by the naked eye in i?fEtCi., nal~ne it can tas"ily , b. detected...

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