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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

Auctourer's A44resae . w. Hamilto t o. -T OCK STATION AND COMMISSION AGENT IILLBQOURtNE AND \WARRAGUL A UCTION Sales conducted in any part of nGsiFpstl lsd regularly every Satur day fortnight at mar yards, Buln BDln, and - ad?rda fortnight at our Yards, Morwell, And monthly at Wasrragul, Dronin and Poo v'ng, and at the Melbourne Corporation S'arsoi, Newouarket, gv.ry w-eek. VALUATIONS MADE .MON fs Y TO. JA ND, .AiRIGE OR SMTALL SUMS ON FREE IOLD OR LEASEOTJD IHEAD OFFICE: 70 Queen street, -Melbourne: PUBLIC NOTICE. . - - :o:------ - ? A BRANCH O7 OUR BUSINESS IlAS BEEN ESTABLISHED AT pcott's Royal IIotel, Warragun, under the MANAGEMENT OR Mr. Charles Lousada Wm EHamilton & co, •70 Qucen street, Melbonrne. MARRIAGE, ORR & CO., Stock and Estate Agents, MOT? WELL & TRARIALGON. Periodical Market-, Traraolpfi, Morwell Toonaabbic. Narrncan, Mirboo, Trafalgar Land and Clearing Sales properly conducted. VALUATIONS made. LOANS negotiatcd, aid Life and Fire Insurance e...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

'i'opics of the )lly. TI'I: teant of English cricketers to go to .\Australi during the present year, under the auspices of the [elbourine Clulb (states the London Echo), will in all probability consist oi f tin amateurse anl four professionnls. Th: Yorkshire captain (Hoen. 1M. .I. 1awk e), (1. F. Vetoot, W7. tt. RaIt, I7. E. R.ller, A. E. Stoddart and J. G. Walker have, it is rtumtored, promtised to go. Mr. W\\. . Grace is hardly likely to be able to slure te t tiltt froll hris profes sionil duties for a trip to Australia, nand Messrs. A. G. G Steel and W. H. Patterlson ctllnnot join the party. The weakness apparently will be in the howling, thoughli it is to be hoped thliat soute good professional bowlers will be taken, lbui this can hardly lie expected if Shaw's team also make the journey. Dumxat tihe visit of the Vegetable Piroducts CommissionI t to the vilneards in and aron, d Iutherglet, strong evidence of the prosperity attenditng viticulture was received, all the vignierons b...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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THE RAILWAY. THE MAIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

THE RAILWAY. Down Trains leave Sale at 655 na.m. and 4"42 a.m.; Trarndgon, 8"4 a.m. andl 551 p.m.; Morwe'l, 8 26 an.. and 6"13 p.m. Up Tmins loave Melbourne at 6-42 n.m. and 4"31 p.m.; Warmigul at 10"10 n.m. and 7'56 p.m.; Trafalgar, 10"44 n.m. and 8"30 p.m.; Moo, 11 a.m. nnd 8"46 p.m., Morwell 11l25 a.m. and 9'11 p.m; Traralgon, 11 48 a.m. and 9134 p.m.; arrive at Sale 12.58 a.m. and 10'44 p.m tllttnoo LINE. Down Trains leave Mtorell at 11"45 a.mt.; Yinnar, at 12.10 p.m.; Botlara, at 12"25 p.m.; Darlimunrla, 12"45 .p..; arrive at \Mirboo North at 1 p.it Up Trains leave SMirboo North at 6.40 a.m. ; and 4.30 p.m. ; Darlimurla at C6"55 a.m., and 4.45 p.m. ; Boolara at 7"15 a.m., and 5.5 p.m. ; Yinnar, 7-30 a.n., and 5.20 p.m. ; arrive at Mlorwell at 7"55 a.m. Ooott,,tnOA tilN. Train leaves Nlorwell or Yinnar to Bloo lart 11.45 a.m., arrives at Boolara 12.25, and loaves for Darlitnurla, reaching there at 1.25 p.m., leaves IDarlinmrla for Boolara at 6.55 n.m. daily.; leaves Boalar 'for ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Arrival of the Bishop of Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

A.dr iia llfl l f i s t i l ll i ii J1f . tll.lttll|']ii'. f r? oorrive, in M.i elbour"ie y5,ter lh' (''us day lasit) liby the overland exprot frio Ac. l.:idi. a: a quarter to ten o clotck. \ a: 4'. clconurste ,of peqople wa. ill waiting ,n ?ho pIlatform anld in the Stati:on vart. w",ho, t,.k mllu*:hl ilte.ruet ill the Iro,.ucdie_-?. 1Thv c!ergrv iprlsuoit w tre thl ea of .hi 11)eirle, the ?c very l:. If. In. 31aartut e ; the Vet . Arllhdlaeon Strrltl. thle tlut, AtrlhdI .oni l t'Lulla.ih (of a:un tthurt). i -. Ith: ltr. on ihaltet liod. Canon ('halrt . Catnon Chae, (?a Io Vance, Calnon W,'atson (of Sal..) atlnd Caun Sergeant. tIhe lRev. Dr. lIr mnb?. tl: Iluve. A. C. Kullaway. 1I. 1t. Mana'rtnuv (Caultileld). S. C'. Knt. J. [..t rmt'rongt. .I It, Diceln on. J11'F. Scott. H. A. La ,zluy. T'. I.L i loowin...T. iThmo?. and s.vetral (oln ltrye cle]ul?lan., The laity" were rpr r: ,otted hy Sir tW F. Stawrell (ie etenat :. - vcrnor). lhi W\Vol hint the ir ayir of Mit l. itturet (Cr. Cain...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Meeting of Sports Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

Meetingi of Sports C(onijnittie. A imeeting of the Sports Commnuittee swas hell in Murdoch's Hotel on Wednemday last. At the appointed hour there was it ver- full meeting, and Mr. G. Firmrin wasa voted to the chair. .The Secretary's statement, that the re aelt fully realised the most sanguine ex pectations, was hailed with the utmost pleasure, rand congratulations were passel arounln on the immense success attending the Sports. The committee then proceded to deal with the protests nade against the winners of the Mtaiden, Hlandicap, and lHurdle Mace. The first dealt with was 1R. IIonghlton's protest against Sheldon, the winner of the Shellield llandicap, on thll groutlt of incor rect previous ltprformanices. General de sire was expressed that the utmnost inl lpartiality should be exercised in dealing wilth this case, as the greatest admiration was expressed for Shelldon's running. It was understood that Sheldon had won a Consolation acet at WVood End, Ibut a de sire was expressed tha...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Moe Easter Monday Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

Moe Ealster honmday Sports. .}Maikden Plate. 100 ydo. J Wickal: I: 1I Ilendell 2. Eight entries. District Pinte. I10 yds. A IInsthorpe, 0 ydo, I ; T Sullivan, scratch 2. Quoit l:atch. 11 Stal? 1; J. Johnston 2. Moo IHandicap. 240yds, Ist £4 ; 2nd £1, J'O'Connor 1; W Staff 2 ; J Merry it. lIighJounpm,W T Bunton 1;. O'Connor2. 'Ilurdl llnoac,TJ O'Connor I ; J Wickhar 2. Potato Rlace, II Itendell 1. Consolation Rlace, II Sheehan. lhaces, for children concluded the pro gransun of a well-contested day's sport.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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RAMBLERS.—FIRST INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

AMfLPT~ElS.-Fuus'r. sseelios. Crooks. b O'Connor... 0 A. Davidson, c Russell, h O'Connor 0 ..Cunnin{ hnmc Cnvnssngh, b Russell 2 J Tait. b O'Connor ....., 7 .J lavidsn, nlot ou t .. . ... 41i T Grasss, bO'Connor .. . 1 JMolcorroy, Ih lsoucll .. ... 0 IV holid, s 11ice ...1. . 1' Duggan, Is Rico ... . .... I \1' A1modior , Is O'Consnor ...... 0 S Nicholls, b Ri1co ' SByecs f. I Tolol ... .. 71

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Cricket. MORWELL V WARRAGUL RAMBLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

Cricket. -4"-- NMORWELL V WARRAGUL RAII S BLERS. A tntch was planyed between the above clubs o ,Good Friday. Tih result wra a victory for blorwell by 112 runs. Only one Innings on eachC sideL wns playcd, the ohief pcrforinitces on each side being those of F. 1Rice 101; and J. Davldson 46 not, re spectively, for Morwell and Warragnl. The day was a thoroughly enjoyable one. and the match was one of the pleusnntcst of the sen MORWELLT.-FiRST INsIos. F Itice; b Duggans ... ... ... 101 J O'Connor, 1)b Ounhinhm... ... 1 J Spears, b. . Davidion ... ... 1i 11 Date, c Cnnningham . 2 Trompf, b Daiilon.. ... ... 4 T Russell. hb Davidson ... 2 1) MtKinnnon, b Davidson ... ... 0 J Canninght, not out... ... 1B. R Porter, h D)nivhsontt J Jones, hlit wicket ... ... ... 0 L* Jones, 1) Dnvilso... ... ... 2 TLcg Itycs. ' . 4 Wide ... T otal ... ... ... ...1 :1

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Science. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

CICii CC. Stealing Huntsman's Invention* A little more than 10tt years ago the manu facture of steel mar be said to have had a beginning in England. About that time there was living itt Shettield, England, a man by the nameof IIuntman. lie was a watch and clock maker and he had so much trouble in getting a steel that would answer for his springs that hedeterminedtomake some steel himself. He experimented for a long time in secret and after many failures he hit upon a process that prduced'a superior quality of steel. The best steel to be obtained at that time was made by the Hindoos, and it cost in England about £10,00n a ton ; but hlunts man's steel could be had for f100 a ton. As he found a ready market for all the steel he could make, he deteremined to keep his inven tion secret, and no one was allowed to enter his works except his workmen, and they were sworn to secrecy. But other iron and steel makers were determined to find out how he produced the quality of steel he made, and ...

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Sketcher. A Gentle Man. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

A Gentle Man. BY RlV. Joan HALL, D.D., L.L.D. rtERn are three words in the above beading. Write the second and third as one-" gentle man"-and you have a person who is not of the " working classes," not a toiler with his hands, not a laborer or a porter. But he may not be a gentle man. It is a pity that any difference should exist between the gentle man and the gentle man. Of .noerse the students of the history of words can tell us that the htm' grnlilis was the man of family, therefore of social importance, while gentle isonly the secondary meaning of the word describing what, it is presutued, would mark the man of good family. What a pitypit is that the gentleness should ever be phrted from the gentleman I Given a youth and the prohlem how to make hint a gentleman. Let ts send him to the fashionable tailor ; then t t lie hi.irh.t ned educationalshop ; then to the, lanting tnaster; then to the social drill.s,"rgeant ; then to the entertainments, the cost of whih--to tile bouquets gi...

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Farmer. Butter-Making. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

r, llc'.I I I,, IIntter."akinlg. trig following is an extract from one of Mr. Primrose MO'unnell's lectures on the Dairy at the institute of Agriculture: There are two systems of butter-making one from sweet and the other from sour cream--bath of which have mutch in their avour. lBy the former meoothod the cream is used fresh, and it is possible to milk a cow separate the creaml. and thurn into butter in less than nl hour, the product baying the finest delicate flavour and the best keepirrng qualities. In the other system the cream is kept for several days to allow. a certain amount of acidity to develop, this being some times further aided by the additiono ea little butter-milk. The creamr is churned easier with this latter arrangement, and the butter is of a stronguer flavour, but will not keep so long. If we could prove that the corpuscles had skins it would give us a very comforta:ble and satisfactory explanation of the action of souring and churning. The churning would break th...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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How a Man Who had Cheated Him Came Back After Death to Apologize. Uniontown, Pa., News. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

Nw a B-i Who had Chueated rmI Came. ack Afer'Death to ApologIze. Va?sontoon, Pa., rews. "[ never go much on ghost stories," be-an Contractor VanDyke at the Clinton House the other eveniug. -The old gentleman hat' been listening with more or less attention to a serise of fables being told by the guests of the hotel. "Well, I don't know," the old contractor replied. "My experience in that direction has been somewhat remarkable. I don't sup. pose you will believe mo, but the story I will tellyou is true. I can produce a living wit ness to it, and I will at any time make affli davit to its accuracy. Two years ago I was building a piece of railroad down in theeast emra parte.o this State. Among the people who furnished me ties was an old trader in whom I jad little or no confidence. As the bills foi the ties came in I paid them promptly and took receipts from every man. - knew to the tie the number used. After my contraet was completed' the old trader sued me for the price of fitty ties....

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MORWELL EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

uORwELL t-EArFER MOMAY - S sPonrs. Tie, Easter 3Monday Sports at 1Morwell is ni s ii recognised instittttion. These were `thisyear conducted in the nwn grounds of the Agricultourl Sciety, which, together with the very liberal progrannnen provided by the comnnittee, was the neans of at tracting 1,300 visitors to witness the sports, £80 in prizes were cohmpteed for,which had the effect of cusing tihe athletes fronm lif ferent parts of the colony to meet together to contest the variois events. It rained very hearvily Imost of the pireceding days of Saturdav and Sunday, andI fears were entertainedi that the day's enjoylnent would le6 whollyi marred'. No rain, however, fell throletuh;ut Sunday night,tt andl Ilt morning Iretaktg bl catifoill fine gav&eO erv indi cation of a mlot ,leautiful day. This Il'll'll to he the case, and the grondtll h(ad st far dried tlhit it gao:e. no Ilntlran(ce to, the riIml:rs, except on the outer circle, wheore the track. was very lheavy. Thia catused...

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Rosedale Easter Monday Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

Rosedhie Easter Moinday Sports. A large gathering of people took place at tie lRecreation Iteserve to witness these spoirts. To M1r Greenwell is iln great praise for his efforts which enabled the sports to paiss off so successfully. The following is the progranllne of events as contested : Mailein 'late, 100.vards-W Ison 1 ; W Gutlridgo 2. Boys' acce, undar IW years-S Gormrn 1 : D'ltobinsoan 2. Steeplelhaelsu 440 vards-" Novice," 3lafra, I ' T O'Connor, lI?sedale, 2 ; (G D Iavidsol, Sale, 3. Girls' race. under 14 years-3Misses Cin lou\v nd 1M'Calrtll tifas. ROSlEDAI.LE IlIADICA', three events-120, 220, and -140 yards-lst £12 ; ml £5f ;3rd £1. First event, C Cain, 9 vild, 1. Second do, ido lCilds, ilo. Third ldo, do 24yvds, ilo: "W Oulth ridge, 29yds, 2 ; 1i Vincent, 3Oyds 3, The willners \Vler in l h san?ilcorder us last 6vent. Boys' race under 12 years-- ' Williamson I ; J.Inglis 2. Barrel race (blindfold) 10vhds-T Trail 1; S.Jacob)s 2. Old tliUlters ra.ee- Shiels 1 : J Vincent 2. ...

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Traralgon Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

The OrdinarvM eecting of the Traralmr Shire Ouncil wasR held in the Couneil Cham benr on 13th April. 1887. l'rsRnt"l--The Preidlent, Cr. er'lyceomb, and Crs. P'eterkin, Walker. Beourke. Varney, Klellether, English and Firmin. COtRRESPOtNDENCE. From J. Mor?an. Calitc,:e, asking that complensntion be allowed him for injuries received by hintmelf and horse at a culvert on Caligrdce It,1al : received. Frtomn a number'of ratlpaners at Yintiair and B11dgerece qrue·tetinrr ersetiron of a bridge at licirll Creek, bet:teen hldllings of 31cssirs. Blates and Ilemsom ; received. : From the Central iUnar.l f Health. relative to plans of prroposer d Tempernnee lHotel, Tra ralon ; received. Fromnt same. relative to plans of New Me"= charnica' Institute ; received. From the UDpartment of Public Works, stating that the subject of a bridge over the Tarwinr at Jnge'ss, would receive attention when the next estirates were being pre. pared ; dealtt with by motionl. . Front Itailwav iDesartment. informin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

r' .":' * : '-'.' H--otel . Notces. .. R EILL FAMI LY H O T EL. Late o" f the ?Tichete sa' Hotel ;? EGS to inform tis nLrne?roeltri iends and the Public Uenerally, thath e has POrchased .-; ther. aboj-e yrell-known IIostelrv, atad has thoroughly Renovated .and newly Fur milhaed itTlhroiighout. ?IH now offers lIItST-CLASS ACCOOMMODATION for rravecllersl .Yisitr. -,'? Others; - ' .. FIPST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD. TABLE .WINES AND SPIRITS OF TlHE BEST 'PROCURABLI BRANDS. IIORtSm AND BUGGIES ON TITRE. GRASS PAI)DDOCIFS FOR CUSTOMERS' IIOISES ONLY. STAI3LINO AND CIVILITY GRIATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL. EDMUND KEL LEHE R, PROPRIETOR nsr-CLASS ACCOMMtOD)ATION IOR VISITOIRS _Xl) CO? Rh,1 S [AERCIAL ITRA-ELILEL.S. All Spirits, Wines, and Ales, of the Choicest Brands. GO0D) STAI:,ING.. GOOD PI'DDOCKS. UBtggies itnl 'Saddle Iloroe Ahrays obtainable on Iliro. CRICKETERS' ARAMS HOTEL, 1O 0 It W:L l. M0R-: 0 :- 'H ENRY BR31EED, Proprietor. I" AVING just purchaln d this famourn i ltel, lWhich for ,,oifer...

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Commercial News. The Farmers Co-operative Business Association of Victoria, Limited, 81, Little Collins street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

T-e :arorsncr Co-oelratio I o clation of Victoria, Limited, 81, Little Collins street. We leld our usual sale of dairy produce to-day, before a large circle of buyers, and report prices as follow: Colt?EsE.-Good demRnsdl for prime at 7d1; medium Gd ; inferior lower. Porr :r UlTErres.-Fresh potted, is to Is 4dd; prime spring ioptted, 7d to lO; mediamn id to 10d; inferior,(dull of sale. FsIs:sI Bu'rtrEn.-Large supply ; prime, is 2d to is Gdl ; a few special dairies reach ing is 7od ; nedium, 10d to ls dl; inferior from e ail per lb. Eic;s, is 7ed to ls Sild. Bc:swAX, Odl. HIoney, 3hd. BACOIl , 5d to 9Od. P'otLTr --Tur keys, 7s Gdl to 9s 9S. No change to report in otlher kinds. Carcase pork, 4d. We have sold several lines of wheat 3 10dt to -s lhid. OATS-~-Very dullt. Flirf ctling sainples, 2s Tld to 2s R{d ; light kiithe '-hlnori . tCape h , r e,., I n :t= l, l' e }:r im eo m:d i;, h !: 4 . ,5 to , ;v .I ; ';e" fry t)].,.) The Australusian Mortgage and Agency Company,s Limited (late I...

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The Concert and Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

The Concert and Bllal. The concert, in -conneetion with the sporta, on Monday evening, twas one of the greatest successes which has attended any thing of the sort in Morwell. Long before the alppointed liner for conimmencemenrt, large crowds could be seen wending their way towards the " place of many pleasant meInriories"-the Mechanics' Institute. A very fair estimate of the number present may lie gained, when it is known that many of those who gained admittance had to stand. aMr George Firitin oeenltied the chair in his well-known jovial style. We are very sorry to have to state that several votingiten belhavedl themselves in anything inlt a biecoming manner whilst several pieces were being sung. But, after the appearance of Constable Jolunston, with another foot policeman, the bIehaviour al luded to was soon stopped. Thanks to our guardians of the peace. The irstpiecee on the programme wans a song by lMr Davidson. entitled " Dublin Bay," which was rendered with mutch of his nsoall...

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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

TO-IMOIRROW'S SERVICES. WESLEYAN CnHUrCL.--Divilo service will be lheld.next Sunday as follows: iHazelwood 3 p.m,; Mirwell 7 p.m. Rev. J. Algic. CIuRltci or EScGLAsND.-Divine Service will be lield'liext Sunday nas follows: Yinnnr 11 a.m.'i )riflield 3 p.m.; MIorwell 7 p.m. Mr A. Edwards. PlRESrYTEnIIAN Ciiu?lr.--Divine Service will be hcld next Slndav as follows : Morwell 11 a.m. ; lloolara 3 ; p.m. Yinnar 7 p.m. MIr E. Eldridge.

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Miscellaneous. The Measureless Deeps. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

The Measureless Deep.. I think sometimes that the silence itselft ha ' s soondless ghost, A stillness deeper than ocean, where gather the countless host Of sades that are shaade's reflections, of glooms that are shades of gloom, And echoes of thoughts unfathomed which, never in orels find noom. There are thoughts which move at midnight too sleep for nvision's reach ; There are waves deep down in silence, too. strong for the grasp of speech : And a mystic intuition in infinite depth of apace ' Top fae to impressreflections or shads, on a mortal face. We know in the silent chambers the beats of a distant heart, We have seen with an inner vision the cur tains of silence part, And far in the shaded distance have read, as. on magic scroll, The words noscaod could otter, addressed to. an earnest soul. . There are things so dee; ad sacred they lee. the approach of so nad, There are ideas pure; .ad holy no natural hedgerows bound" And somewhere, we: adjusted, museen, un heard, intense, Are ...

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