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LADY'S CROTCHET WORK TUSAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
LADY'S CROTCHET YIO,( TUSArI. Get three skeins if mi, ligst sspher. p ihke it chain of 105 stitches, catchetsn stssrtitch forty.uine stars; thel make five rIows. then leave off nine stars on each end and miAlsk twenty-four rcws mre ; break off threell. begin at bottteml chain again. make fivei raw new strips togethelr, ansd fini(sh b,,ttssm witl shellscollo nof five stitcles anl sasi On es, tween will; a single erothet: rlln a carther string all arssusd spuare asss sats to battle strip. Make four Ialls or pompon s bn I il ,I ing irouncl circular carslosairl with hale it ccntre, take frlm bokardl nll tritm lownl unlti dlesiredt size. Make twisted cords lt faster:l the balls on with anrid f ste th ilt, p bIy r nin thllrogh hIole in front of sanie. T lln :Is' bottom width of five rows, wlicih mIliakes t brim.
A Very Successful Case. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
A Very Successful Case. First Lawyer-" Ah, Dobkins, how did yout comeout in that case you were just beginning when I went out 1" Second Lawyer-"O loriously. It was a perfect success; created a great sensation; papers all full of it g;ot lots of ladvertising out of it. I think it was the making of my future." fGood ! Glad to hearitold fellow. I knew me had the stuff in you. By the way, what lid they do withlryour client l" "Oh, they hbanged him." -Chicago News.
WRECK OF THE KAPUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
W\VECi OF T-'IIE IAPUNI)A. Intelligence has just been received that Messrs.: Trinder, Anderson and Co's ship Kapnila, 1095 t?ns, which left London, 11th December, and Plymouth, 18th idenm boad for Frocinmantle, Westernl Australia, catoe into collision at sea with a vessel un known. The vessel -sank almost ininmo dliaely afterwards with 31(5 of her passen gers, princilpally inualiigrants. A portion of tie crew was picked up a sea and taken by a. French barque to ith port of Bahia. The passengers by the Kapunda included 16 second class,33 who were going out to to the land comljanies, and 227 immnigrants. Tie crew consisted of 39 persons. The Crown agents have cabled to Dahiai to klnaw who are the survivors. The" only saloon passengers by the Ka lutiela were a family onireld Field, consist ing of ia fattier, mother, andi two children. The latest news received respecting the disaster states that thle conduct of the ptas sengel'rs andl crew iutindter thie tryiing cirIetit stalnle, enuid ...
Commercial News. Live Stock Report. WEDNESDAY, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
Live Stoeki lReport. WEEDNESDAY, Feb. 2. F.r CATrTLE :-A-bont 1,700 head were yarded, only a smal proportion of which were prime, the bulk of the supply being of second aln inferior qualities. The de mand was better than last week in best descriptions, and prices for such were fully ai lancing 10s per head on last rates, but quotations for other sorts were uIn altered. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £11 to £12 15s; good bullocks, from l£9 to £10; middling to prime, frin, £7 to £8 ; inferior, fromn £5; prime pens cows, irom £7 10s to £8 15s; good cows, fronm £6 to £7; middling and inferior, from £4. F.r CALves :- 160 came forward, which met a dull demand, and prices ruled easier througlhout. Best sold at from 5i5s to 65s ; good, from 35s to 45s ; middling antl inferior, from 15s.
Morwell Cattle Markets. Monday, 31st. Jan. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
Miorwell Catttle MIarklets. iMonday, 31st. Jan., Messrs. Marriage, Orr and Co. report : Yards well supplied with cattle; attend ance good, and prices show a slight advance on last Traralgon imarket. We' soll fat cows fromn £5 Es Gd to £6 10s ; bullocks, light, £5 10sI; store cows. £3 5s; steers, good, £4 14s, £5 Os, £5 15s d1 ; yearlings, £1 Os ; springers, £5 to £6 ; one- team rworke; antl tackle at' £16 5 per, pair. We have sold privately during the week two teoms workers at market rates. Also, Mr ,lohn Kenivain' farmi of 200 acres, near Morwell, to Mr Willan, St. Kihla, at a satisfactory figure ; andl Mr George lIower's farm at Glengarry. Messrs. J. English and Co. report :-We sold at our roomls on Tesilav, sundries &c, at good price, also at oir yarids on Monday we tilled evrty pen and 'take this oppor tunity of advising our constiitents that we will lave more lbns .y next sale so as to avoid the crush again. The biddling was very spirited and out of 185 head :arded only...
EUROPEAN The War Cloud in Europe. RUSSIAN PACIFIC REASSURANCES. LONDON, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
EUROPEAN ( uolor aanvs AND Aar,,)L lThe W1ar Ciotti in Eurotp. RUSSIAN PACIFIC BICiASSUItAXCES LoNnoN, Fob. 2. ThI GanT~lis, a Palriiian r.ep~lldic'au jour no!, tnbiitbioeo LII artile fomt gi t St. I'uture burg c rreapnrdtct." entainiig reasooranci front the Czar, nld anIlIlon esCC tha·t - gotb,:lnns fora It ltlial lloan alr buino, Irusnnmd~~ iu Paris.ir The Belrill Taglblhtt staltel tiht erar- be tweeun I mnlranvan. FaIneu iotinuvitaboe at Inl Carly tIVC . The Iondon Times aint Dtail Ch ronlicle p*Ili~tOh aIrtictle iln whe t, it is aloorrloFI I rart is imnotnit h t 01000 the twmo Contit nenltall poweurs ill questionl.
A Withered Bose. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
A Withered- Bosne. Oe-M It rose, now withered and gray. Yet a ligering'gfragranoe in its petals lay That reoalls from the paset quiet night In a fratrant dell, where the moon shone bright. Ah, well I why should this flower hringo After all thene yearsa uch a painful ating, Such a tbrobbing heart, niteh a vain regret, For one whom I thought I should forget? Yootb, since that night, has passed away And yet, this withered flower toaday lnyvives a love within this breaset Which long ago I deemed at rest This roe in a type of my life to.day. I tmo am old. and withered'and gray. Yot I fanoy still in its petsl, I see Tie taco of her long lost to me. Esixann 3. IoAuca.
THE RAILWAY. INFORMATION FOR TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
T:EE RAILWAY. INFOr:IATION Flon TRAVELLErS. Durling the month of December Passengor Trains will arrive and depart fromnt tihe va rious stations ta follow: THrE i ?tEiv LINE. Down Trains leave Salo at G5 t a.m. and 4?42 a.imt.; Traralgon, 84 a.mn. and 5'51 p.m.; lorwe 1, 8"26 a.m. and 6113 p.m. Up Trains leave Mleloulrne at 6"42 a.m. and 4-31 p.im.; RWarrag.lt at 10'10 a.m. and 7"56 p.l.; Trafalgar, 10'44 a.m. and 8"30 p.m.; Sine, 11 a.m. and 8'46 p.m., ir'well 11"25 a.m. and 9"11l p.tn; Trtralgon, 11 48 a.it. and 0931- Ilt.; arrive at Sale 12"58 a.mi. and 10.44 ip.tn. n5Ittit00 LINi. Down Trains ;leave l3[rwell at 11"45 a.ln.; Yinnar, at 12.10 p.m.; lBoolara, ait 12"25 p.m.; Darlinttrlta, 12"45 lp.m.; arrive it Mlirbio North at 1 p.11 Up Trains leave Slirboo North at 6.40 a.mi.; and 4.30 p.mt. ; Darliniurlat it 6'55 a.m., and 4.415 p.m. ; Boolars at 7"15 a.m., and 5.5 p.ln ; Yinnar, 7130 a.li., and 5.20 p.m.; arrivo tit Storwell at 7"55 ia.m. . iOOt.AtA LINE. . Train leaves Me iwell...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887
A lun's bost help la himself, his own heart, his resolute purpose-it cannot be done by proxy. A man's mind may be aroused by another, hut he must mould his own char. anger. What it a man i in one thing? I?t him try asin-the must quarry his own nDture. Let him try hard, and try again, to ho dore not knoo% what he can do till he trie 'J11.3 Mitt hL rat ivc l le h ilts ?iC ?. Of oil kInl(ds peI celt. aItlle on enllt tramll ct l ir n, f tll cnapitalT is tr.lucd over i0, 5, or 20 tilos toiI thllu cotlue of n year, it is nin annuaol tilt of. p' , or 'U2. pet c Cltt. on tlh capital. 'rt111, like ih, s uln, s tlito q n Ibe oI)CIIItre to 0 otly for a tiltw '"