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Morwell, Narracan & Mirboo Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

Morwell, Narracan & Mirboo   Agricultural Society. A meeting of the committee was held in the Mechanics' Institute on 15th April. Present-Vice-president Porter in the chair, and 9 members of committee. A rough statement of accounts showed that the first show held on 9th inst. was a   great success in regard to exhibits. atten dance, and from a financial point of view. A protest by Mr E. Martin, against the award of Mr. G. A. Earle, for trotting horse in saddle, was not allowed on the motion of Mr. Murdoch, seconded by Mr. Fraser. A protest entered by Mrs. Smith on her daughter's account was held over pending further information regarding the identity of the work exhibited; and proof of age   and attendance at school of Miss B. Howden. The President here put in appearance. A disputed matter regarding the award of lst prize between Mrs. Waldon and Ms.   Heeps was left to be settled according to judges' book on the motion of M...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Held Over from Last Weeks' Issue. Class H.—Dairy Produce. Judges—Messrs. S. Patermoster, G. Rae and J. Crozier [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 16 April 1887

Held Over from Last Weeks' Issue. Class H.-Dairy Produce. Judges--Messrs. S. Paternoster, G. IRae and .I. Crozier Section 1, Fresh butter, as usually sent to market in not less than three one pound rolls.. First (gift of Mr. D. Shaw), LB is ; 2nd (gift of o, strs. Cavanagh and Harris) LI2 2s; 3rd (gift of Mr.'Dougall), LI is. C. Ellis, Narracan, 1; H. P Heal, Narracan 2 W. Murray., jr., Yarragon. I   Section 2, Fres l latcr, without salt, in three one pound rolls. First, L:; 2ld, LI is (the gift of 3Mr. Adamson). J. O'larao, Yinntr, I fG. Bhlding Morwell 2. Section' 3, Fresh butter, sale condlitionis as for section 1, nmlad by girls under four teen years, first, T Is ; second, 1s IGd (gtif of Mr Mailwrick). Miss Mary Ellis, Nar racan, 1 ; . McNabb, Hazelzclood, 2. The exhibit of Miss Ellis was considered by the judges to be the best in the show. Sectimon 4, Potted butter, not ess than fifty pounds, mlade not later than 10th Marclh, first, L3 3s gift of Mr A. Donald son)...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

A correspondent of the J.ritish Medical J ournal writes concerning a remedy for sea sickness, which in the case of Iis son seems to have been successful. The travellerstarted for Calcutta, taking with him a solution of hydrochlorate of cucaine; and be subse.. quently wrote from Port Said as follows: 'Sailing on Monday, I was ill on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, but quite well between the attacks. Once more, when the weather was very rough and the ship rol. ling terribly, I felt squeamish, but two tea. spoonfuls of the cucaine put me all right. lie addstbat previously, in other voyages, he. has always suffered more than any other pas senger, and that he thinks the cucaino must be credited with the improvement. Perhaps. some of our readers may have an opportunity of testing the efficiency of cucaine, and of kindly reporting. The subject Iran import.. ant one. With a view to encourage the expor iation of oranges fro?m New Soulmth W\Vles to England, Mr Yuill ther mann ger rf the ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The Little Match Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

The Little :latch GirL Wandering alone in the noisy street, With her poor little numbl, bare, dirty fect, Watching the crowd with a hungry eye, As they hurriedly, heartlessly pass her by. This is the poor match-girl's lot day by day, As she sadly and hopelessly goes on her way. With her tangled hair and her careworn face, Wearily wanders on poor little Grace. And while plaintively calling out, " Matches -who'll buy ? " She watches the crowd with a sorrowful eye. This is the poor match-girl's lot day by day, Oh, who 'mongst my readers would envy her sayl She gathers her shawl round her shivering form, For the winter is cold and she cannot keep warm. And slue is the poor little pinched, haggard face, Oh, hard is the lot of this young match girl Grace 1 Ther-'ll be no one to mourn when her soul fli?s away From this darkness and night into light, joy, and day. And though through her life her path may be sad.. Yet in heaven her soul may rejoice and be glad, if her thoughts on her Maker b...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A GLOSE SHAYE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

A CLOSE SHAVE. BY A SECRET SERVICE DETECTIVE. .During the war, W\Vashngton was filled with some of the worst people in the land, and in addition to thieves, thugs, burglars, gamblers and that class of sharpers, there was an elenlent -which constantly plotted and oonspired againast the government, if not again't al-noat overy individual otlicial. It was the duty of the Secret Service Dureau to look up and keep an eye on those people, and I am honest: in stating my belief that we drove out of the eapitalin one way or another, and at one time oranother.100 men and women w lo were plotting conspiracy and assassinas tion. In the summer of 1513. a member of the Cabinet, who had expressed considerable hi terness towards what was called tbh didloyal element in Baltimore, received a very line basket ofilowera at his desk. They were placed on his desk while he was at lunch, and the oolored attendant who received ther stated that he took them from the hands of a well-dressed boy. They were flo...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Artificial Brilliants. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

Artificial IBrilliants. The quantity of diamonds worn of late years would be something tboldering on the fabulous if we heard it told instead of seeing it done. It seems impossible to believe that the earth can produce the stone in such abundance, and we are quite prepared to be. lieve that the greater part of these diamonds are simply paste, made directly of that lus trous and transearent glass called stras. sand cut into brilliants and roses, with facets, crowns, and tables. Many ladies of wealth who poessss diamonds sIo wear these false stones, it is well known, in the place of their real stones snugly repjosing in the bunkers vaults, from which it is too much tro?ubl or toot unsafe a process to extract them evers time they are to be put ??, erlenee. Dia. mends. howevcr. are not the onlvstone which it has been found possible to imitate so per fectly as tudoceivecvet the connoisseur upon anythiing butssientifieexamintatiton. ullies are counterfeited with great exactuess., ndso are...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

Notwithstanding the beauty of the colored texutile abr:e., cloth dyeo, and colored pottery made in India. MAr. Allan Cunning ham, who has resided in the northern part of thatcountry over twenty years, insists that there are very few persons amonng the two huinred and lifty million inhabitants of India who I,?as,sses a iwell-develoilcd sense of color: I ndeed, he declares the eyesight of the p'nedcated people to be r?markablf poor. aeoleling to EIuropean standards, and tPays they find it dillicult to thread a needle, or diatinogouish at a first glance between the top alnd lottom of a poicture. Sir Theodore Miartin has recently pub. lish.:il *oeiie i trotiL:ar of the lead-mining industry in Wales, whtich show whait dims tious results can beabromihlt about by foreitn cominpeitition. The imports of lead into this colntry hlave been for tle last three years 9l),000,12 1,01it), anl ItS.000 tios respectively. Tihis ore catlle chiefly from .Spaitn, where the Itlst worknltll are paid ionly f...

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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

p.10.lr ras Slto ldAJl c'.7 1t FIIO\.0;; wrill lo' Ilolul uttLt 9 ttttulov it futlltutus: 9!urhoulil It outn. Ittulnonl touttlux I 1 Iuuo,

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Preveating Colds. A PRACTICAL ESSAY ON A MUCH-VEXED SUBJECT. Harper's Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

*'reveuting Colds. £ PIACTICAL tE hAY Ox A 5MUCIH-YEXED SUCJIECT. Colds are always with us, like the poor. and the two ills are about equally sditliCeltof trentrnent. The very latme cold "'isnisolal. ing. Thi:re is nothting c-!d ab-,tt a codl; it is, oil the eoutrary. an acute iltrui:ts:util a haot; and it rlunt its course like ally othier fever. This must be kept in minl lif wt woul uIsl:rstaud the best war of ilotenotiln and of checkif g a ,,iel--I wili not say of coring it; fo[r a coll, uc well established, is asisl. curablt as any o ither se lf-litmited disese. It takes its anislealdilg name from tile fact that exposure to cull lprodiesit. Cold feet. a cool draught upon a part of tihe body, or expIosure of the whole body to alows' temlpera ture, will trio' on its r?tmptoms eitier io tihe btronchial tubes ('" el- in the ctlest"), the vocal organs (cold in tihe throat "), or the nasal passages (" cold in tihe had "). When tie flae lu of inflalmmation is lightedl in either of theos...

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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1887. The Eight Hours' Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

Iit ontci ' " b 'eri . ' OX P O P' I . L . . (alt tLttIItl:I 1 VERY S.ATlittrAY). SATURDAYt, Ar'liL 23, 1887. ilie EIiglit illIurs' Alnnivtersary. -o--- Ti'n: Iiht Hours Anniversary on 'Ilthurilday last possesses an importance 1 alld significance, that ctatot fail to :make its effect ap)pare)st in this. demo- t erotic country. It marks thie indepe dnce gaiited by tlheworkilng etsses,tend the ability they have acquired il being.t able to place labov on a basis of equality with capital, Th'1 great procession on p T'rhurl'sday rwas the tlitect outcone. cof arrt intelligent appreciatintt of tile iistlict t relation existing betsween crapital and labor. It is this. comlbinatioq that r enables 'labor 'to. free itself front thb thrall (of capital, antd, it tioes not follow t that the relationship existing between " the two is likely to be ignored. '!'T1 cight hours r.evetnent iq all Qtnr ganis:ttiott that h!as been slowly, but I sure'ly. arld securely? built up in the face tof olbstacles f...

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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

CEIIIIIEl'F NEWS.. Ot .Iiss'N.-We. regret thait weomiotted the plante oe Mr. A. Dolnaldson in our report of ]alster 1rodmloy last.- Mr. i)onaldson-next t. trhe SecretaryC-took the most active part in Ltia, rrangermcntconlet so successf l'ly. I)tAn.I.ONI l)trr..--Onl Saturdatiy tlast the dintaod drill Iassed through oorwollt for its new site. At nocident to. the vcranlllth of the! giod shed might have been causediboy illh c~ine. i o ?e econllt of its lheight, lhatdl ot tihe c,?tch fitl nes; ,o the tolicitls prevented rt. tt it gee?traly understr i ?t?rt,h the height of i"..,l..1)ldt .l on a, truck is. re:gulated so ni t.. pose erier bridges. ke., easily. In the :,: in :a?tion the engirer,n the trrck was hiShlr" tih:ere tieC rvItritlterah theI goodi shedt , ;ultl sholutio;g unrhetr it mightl have causct its loot rictinrll, as nearly hilappeneld. ASTIr.Sr"r.\I.LTITtN.-dir. l'ring, witr is canvrrsin.eg fre signatirtes against the sev ernice ,. tire West tliding from Ithe Shire of 'rralr...

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THE RAILWAY. THE MAIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

THE .A IWA Y ''ill;- "t.\IS l . r. iDow\n Trainlp n l. S?,t dI55 a.5I . n1 4"42 n.m.; T?,?ar -. n,'t'.i a., . at ," 5'? 1. p.m.; ll ,r'u 1 -G, 1S' " ti.t ,. G"13 ,.In. Up Train; leave Mfttloiurn at Cl a. mn u ttl 4131 p.m.: Wi arri nl Vl. i.l1iP 1i.llm. aill 57 I'.5 l) ],.iI.; trifl, r. i lit -i. and -tll ip ., 'tirwrill I'25 .,n and 9"11 p. m;T' rarlgil,. 11".S II .ii. all id9 1 -.*; .arrive ni Stlo 12"55 a. . and 1 1-I. 1,.m. D., -Trhlain l. i Sx r ti at 1 it-5 a.m.; Yitn+u r, ;1,.12.1.0 1..;. Bo)Jara, at 12"25 I I.m.: Darltiiinin,12 I .1 p.'; arrive aL-t lit ,o \1,,rth al 1 1,.111 Up Trains le"avu tirlhm Ntrh ati 1 .-I1; a ; a; t -t.'0 p.t.. .Darlimiuria at Gi55 .in., anl 4.45 p.ni. ; l?tnolara itt 7"15 a.m., aull 5.5p.. ; Yinnar, 7 or0 a.m ., : 5.2 p.m ..; i 'rri ' at iCrell at 7 ai .n . Tatin leatnics tl"i'cIi or " iimnar to.Boo ara 11..145 a.mn., nrrite.. at ?tularat 12.25, and lehrcs for Darli iuria riachint there ait. 1.25 p.t., leaves Ilarliminti-a for tBoilara at 6.5,5 a.m...

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Morwell, Narracan, and Mirbao Pastoral and Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

I'aistoral antld A.?ieiczltziirl :ttitty. An nuioutned special meeting of the Com mittee was held an \Wednesday last at the .rtechianies Institute. There was a mood at tedtanlce of the members, the iresidelnt occupeying the chair. The "dteferred matter of protestt agaitn came forward' for consideration, when it inwa resolveci that the decision of the Judges should be jihelctd. Thie amount of prizes gained at the Ahri. cultural Show on the 9oth inst. was passed in full. and cllheques for the anmount were onleredt to ba remitted in eacht cane. Somen of the prize-takenr were present, and received the amnttt tdue to tchem.t Other ccneunts were lpassed for liayment : Messrs. Gay and 3lt1ICull were elected auditors: nild na notice of' otion was given by- Mr. Fraser, thht MIr. Firmtin should be Maid at thd'rate of 5 ier cent. to re-imbturse hrim fr his expense in collecting; iand the meeting closed with a vote of tthaniks to tihe entirmcntt..

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Wonders of Littleness. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

'lint aid ;l"l'tta relate tha>. \irt elri crl? iwr , t .ott ota ifor a :ioaritt. with fiur a b a could Jl i ri.th.r with it' ti I no . No' r st u l we lt' thi-,. tw i nt i:tit rit' r ,.i : i nt r ow el, ( [int,t ll hito ryt , oft el : i iucti,,tl: e p:ll ti-hrit v. l t lait h, ttc t i w ittch m l:. a1 ,lt.ki alirt . litica ti itth ,r : l : . 10II ? 0Ijatl, i y ll .e ec :d lr f h " ,". n ~ tiv rt'tici d i, i t1 t t l ·l tt tt , r.tit l, itt l t I, rl t . t f it ttttitt it of~ Hu dIse wIch.II1 Il~ r alrl e e ~ l.rf t W o l 't i : r tt'ti ti c iit..ll Iit . rC lt l r (lt t atlit t ivii. ' l,: rii :l e .iith i,, inlrf,.:l ca-. Th ,' c h ai.ii k--y ouI:t . :tt li lea lt ah?rthcr w nliirf ut .-I grain ant. a'h:,l.'i: The a P iao ius .1tr saw? ath l in eh!i lr in i 't lua::t, at viherry-:t, l call t in t ,lw fo, ,rt n f ,, - bt e int iit, tweri filo f? pair ',t - tieo distinct, the shu; ani u ciber;t of t winih were na; ca-lt to i lyzo t e %rwill .1 ,a;; ..l er: . lint. i tilttltilH' ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

Iiote?Z otices. O W L L FAMILY HOTEL. C W. I=T.TEOC=, Late of the Crickete s' Hotel I) E?S to, inforuut hii numllltclus Fritndts and the. l'ublic tientrally, thatt lie iha Putreltha .) thle above well-known l ostuirv, and has t lhrimDlv Itlen iuttId and nwIwly Fur- Ill mishd?lt it 'Truhrotu gholut.. Li Iunw otlier, 1IIST:CLASS ACCOC M'1LDATION for Trachllers, - N'iaitors,: and:ttlmhers. .. . FIlST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BI LLIABlD -TABLE' WINES ANDI) SPIRItITS OF TIIIF BEST PRtOCUIA\BLE" BItANDS. C IlIORSlSi AND Il.'tGGIES ON IHIREI . G G'IASS. 1. I)I)DCIES. FOHl CCSTuI'OIIlS' IIOIiSES ON I.Y S' TA1VLIN.G A\NI) CI'ILIT'Y GC?-RATIS.. 1.1T E OCLUB H-IOTEL.jo E)M3UND KEL.LEI-IE , a, PROPRIETOR 7?IST'-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR) ' VISI''TOS ANDI) COM [ . MIIiCIAL 'L'ItAVIILLEIS. All Spirits, Wins, an. Ales, cf the Choicost Brians. GOOD S'ABL.. IN(. . GOOD PAI)DDOCKS. " Iluggio "alti Sit dI IHorser A wl\ivts oBl',ainahlei ont HlIre. C RICKETER1' ARMS HOTAEL, Ity l'utro:? wiltl i 't 1 I ant 'titllit...

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Topics of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

Orixolase difer ias to. .Ie. slprriw nuisnuee. The bir'ds ire ',enially note adodehhd lst d?,ingani hn?ulahheninount, O[? I~illd iqg rllllll?' S?'t V ytqH', b il:,11 (~ )11;.qttII ci ijichtitet every rear. tlt cio title seellis able t' suggest it etisftctery miethid" if ex'termicatioin. The. .tinlster of mtl has. inviJcted thoi. ti ini of lthe. u'riou; a.?ricullnral sotieties, las Ih ii the ne,,tsity ,f taitn.g ]egisiltive notiol 1o i:ppress lit he luiitri if it h lie e re sihhol su'h, nial asking suggest~ios a?s tom ho, it couhl he ac'ompbbshl. Th, qu, stlin cn i bIfir e thi ir n cil ,I f thelli Naitinal Lgrieu Itural Sijciietey Tuesda Insti, Iand itrtu i.'ted vCC:ri.ul exiizilrlos. iist ornirot c1I. Thie tisk wasl cnicier lly lootled upitn u.il hopeles . Only gie phli wai sugiestel--tlai ofti pcfi nt the birds. Ealt l his was, ors th i'ted futihe, Ii S iiHllliollll r Ilire - s{iImu1tanII'iIs action~l hie tak]{4 inl spalrr'o in tetled distriits. "Atcoir lin to toit tnlehit r of e c...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Yinnar Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

The flltnwing are the entries for the ;pin. ciptlccrents to he rrtn on Thursday, April 28th, DSSL. : tlidstripmtna!l ...... . Vanity. , icoerd 1 General Little Frank HURDtDLES.-, Little Frank. Freezeant Concord* Vanity D)ISTtCT ICT HADICAP, . Too Late War Cry Vanity lady in any Planto R~li swint )lusidora,

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Memories of Gippsland Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

.eniories. of Gilimlittit Cricket. Early one. morning in the cricketing the season of 18- the Upper ltatfra. team- Bo consisting of thirteen men in all--iclliuding l umpire and scorer, set u1erily onit in their ril way to dto ibaitle with the ball and willow i against the ltriagolltog c(.11h ont its own P1 groundl. The dlistance is thir:een miles, antl the roadl was known intimately to tie tha whole of the men comllposing4 the tean. ' After leaving the low level lpper Malts tra tflat, the road lay for abotn four miles over " low stringy bark raniges of hills by a g,. thi bush track, till a newly-fenced road war Id reached at the property of. the late. Mr. ra .lanii's Iloland, and leading on to this open ext fertile plain of Boisdale. Acrossi this the I': riders-eleven in.all--i the exulberance of ' their spirits tested, the relative merits of shi their steeds, whilst the two remainil'g meIa- th hers of tie party drove in a buggy. Abeot i lte three miles brought-us to the yAvl river....

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Morwell Police Court. APRIL 20TH, 1887. [Presided over by A.W. Howitt, Esq., P.M. (chairman) and W.S. Guthrie, Esq. J.P.] DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

Arit.l-l 0TI 12(8r . [Prerided over bVy A..W. I!wit, E ~'i.,V.t. (chairm aln ), anllk \ W . S. G tithri,,J? ;l,,I.P.] IDIUNK AND.. II?RO:IIERILY. Police v Emily Wail. This was Ul cArge made under the Vagrancy Act. Aceono, was foi ,ll guilty of-. he.in drunk antd di- ordellv. Ti he~~ c enteincd heI r to three ill )llth.ý f r. v-,rll clllcy, all. d s ,'Iv: n l olilthts for biu.-0 dinink al disorderly. Po.lice vt . lIohei,, This. wus a charge fill. Iill c ?bCele lc l rllage. Tihe chge was provl ai .rusd was fil, 20is Or 18 hours impri!imwnt- The tint was paid. DIH.T CA.,St.S. Jaekuo (.ii?iler v IlTh1ni. DVl' l, for work and labor done. No alpp'Iaaititce iof 'ither pa1rli. TIcase w1 strlck out.l 1 P1,'nl1 inaI v ]Doolanl. The IirI. dant.wNas jl,,l. f.r I~arl a,I l,0(ging-s. Ordor for I. Miles v \V. 1:obinlo. This cae was Iell over frol last ic Urt. Tlh, (lfeIllittlt was sIu d for £2 for clothiis upiplied to a lad alTt,:1d Si lLnolln , at 1h11 timll in his lh?plov. ri- Parkin apl_-are fo...

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A Jubilee Song. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 23 April 1887

AC Jubilee Sonº'. Thle lfollowing spirited and patriotic song. written (says the " Globe") by Mr nClltent Scott, is likely to have a great. ancces in the Jubilee year. It ln. bCeen set to appropriate Iasie hlv that veteran crmposer. MIr Hlenry uitnsclt: the i;ahor of "' Cheer lBoys Cheer." •'To the We.t. io the West," and other well U111 EMPRIESS QUEEN. Vietnria Il Queen of a nation That, governs. the hearteof the world .1 Thy EMnpiro of love is the station ?lhe're Liberty's flagnis unfuir ed. What son would not die to deafend thee, Wlho rlceth our lorcs anlld nr lirva: The heart of our nmanhoon we sendr thee : Thie blessings of mothers and wives. Victoria ! Hark to our siining, Awake to our Jubilee Song ! At the foot of.thy. trrena we are flinging.. The hearts that have nlov'd thee so long The children of 'l'ime that suiround thee:. The clip of thy.slnial'refit i; Alunid in thy h?autr te ad rrtthen . As Mother we honon thea still. Victoria I Name that. natin - Iltas writcin in lctt...

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