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Commercial News. Live Stock Report. MORWELL, Monday, May 9. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

Live Stock Report. lMotwr't-:r., Monday, May 9. Marriage, Orr and Co. report:-We held our usual sale of cattle &c. to-day and yarded a large supply nearly ile swhole of whiclt were sold at slatisfactorr prices, also a largie nIIner of sheep. The arttendance was large considlering trhe wet weather, prices a little lower than late sales. We hold a clearing out slle for D. Sullivan E\sq. oll the 10th inst., tani one for I. Whittn Esq. at Trafalgar on O25th inst., We will sell at MJirloo oiln \Vodnesdav and at Nurrea; n oil the ]th iunst., Meassrs .1. English land Co report:-We held our usuaal sale to-day which was very successful, ali thoagh our 'rds werel crowdedl all lots o?cuipt tlhree were soll either urdetr tihe ianrnrer or privately. W e sold 2ri bullhocks at L 5i 1 's: i Ibullocls at L t3s id; G bInlloc:k at Li 11s 80 hIeal younrg cattle to LCd 17s:springers to L5 hs We aldo soti privately sitre last report Mrs English'sa paddock of 180rr beratling to r MtFrlazer land \1...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

ESNINEER'S RIEPORT. Toe several contractors now engaged in the shire have been actively puashing on their various contracts since the last meet ing, so that comparatively few will remain to be done during the depth of winter. I prepared plans and speoitications for a bridge and approaches at the River IMor well at Yinnar as directed, ,and forwarded salme to tlhs Narracan Shliro Council, who called for tenders for same. I amn in formed that a. tender was accepted by themo for the sum of L149 8,H 10d, ona half of which will have to be paid by the Traral gon Shire. The contract for filling in holes &c., on road from 3Manton's is progressing, but tihe lheavy traffic is much against the contractor. 'The contractor for the Wal halla road has. commenced operations, but no reply has yet been received from the Government approoving or otherwise of the plans. 01 taking the levels for the drain on the south side of the railway, Traralgon, I found that tlhe work would probably cost more...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Traralgon Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

Traralgon Shire Council. 1WEDNKSDAY, MAY 11. The ordinarv mnonthlv meeting of the Traralgon Shire Council was held on the above date. The President (Cr. Body comb) was in the chair, and there were also present Grs. Campbell, Firmin, English, Walker, Bourke andl Varney. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. COthRESPOND ceCE. From thile Alberlteo Shire Cotuncil, stat ing that the matter of tilhe application to sovernutent for a grant in aid of the Car rajung road would receive consideration at next ilecting of council; received. From certain residents of MIarvrale, pro testing against a slaughtering licence being granted to Thomas Theobald, at IBennett's Creek ; received. Frotm Hailway Department, requesting plans, sectin, and estialates in connection with tile traimways to Callignee, and Boo lara to Mlirhoo, for which the council hIIa made apllication for 1,2,00t0 aod h1,5l00 respectively, this information being re nltisite to ne iblo a report to be presented to th...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Narracan Shire Council. FRIDAY, MAY 6TH, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

Narreantn lltire Council.. -4----- tintiDAY, .VrY 6rT, 187. Plesent.--T'ho. Prceideunt (XV. Scarlett. Eq., 1.'.), ;:td Urs tiebihnson,. Vary, 1 Iowlett, Cachi, Coleiani. P'ope, Stanton, Olarenshaiv, Williams and Smith.,. Cull IE~ I'US Ii:N CE. From P>.Stanton, asking. pernission.to erect veralndah ; granted. From J. E. Porter, Mirboo Nouth, asking council's decision.retla:itic to road requliredt through Lis landd ;see motion. From Thos. liKiltay. 3artdan, drawings t tention to.traflic.r ing through his land 'rt 1 acciunt of, smlttl.hill on main road. Iet would do thlo work necessary for £S ; re ccivgd. Fromt T.. II. Rowe, Korninhurra, asking I when,roadt'through lastwood's will be opIen to.public 0; s te iotion. Freom A. II, Eastwood; asking council to complete transferof road through his land; attended to. From J. B. Miller, and A. M'Itinnon, Martian, asking council to, proceed with survey of road through Dewey Bros. selec tion ; secretary to write to disirict surveyor enquiring...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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The New Casabianca. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

" O1-h! " Paul liftel a wistft face to.the fadit', stnhl.'innf hae ch41.d the ibtk l had i,wel I't;ltlilff "it, a r llo {w. imwlr "'Zih, I'll| \ra Iui llallll. li hh'l oi...k bi l.nry h in lll l wIasi . Iwar natiel1 all l so. Wail. '1n-i hi.tll nhi, qu~niet.l aL ilt-in -v l l a al AratiALe f-)r hi the nna. P-al, " .i lr.l (t tn hi ull trn-.eon in e-n fu'alut. f a atoni1 iM tl tt arn!i ient i.ib a ictrt ait l crat,. no his anuI l ra ea'i ntoer in ont.r i sea n her "" Casabi l llna," not ll bIt Iold hav il . I.i?e , oc . .ld ..in . frIti. indi. oy ,,witiot.. .vitn't nll, L vaivid ino g itn had atiStitli) pietllure timl ht' tl irk scene, and his minI waw full of Ithi, iin.'i-lent. PI' al leaned hi chinon ili- window ill ill his rotI. aend reutaiteld lat it tihu ht, untila , ra voitce.am thle dtiak. SmPithia ie pasted anl said sit." " Wh.whait 'Maldai" l:Pal called lit re. turn. nt havirng takenlin tihe uegt.lllt l I. ntwlll downc imrn pletnl. aryl I'll tell olt ." tPul laidi tle atk of...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, HAZELWOOD NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

PRESDB'TERIAN CUIII?RCII, HAZELWOOD NORTH, The above church celebrated thetir th an niversary on Wednesday tlat. It was thought that owing to the inclemency of the wenather the tea anod public meeting would have to be postponed; but after 1 p.m. on the day mnen. tioered the rain ceased, thus allowing those persons who felt disposed to attend, an op. portunity for no doing. The had state of the roads did not deter the folk, of whom not a few went from .Morwell, from making a large muoster. When we reached the church, after a very unpleasant drive through the mud, we were well rewarded on our arrival at seeing the artistic way in which the church was decorated. The first thing that met our gaze was to be found, underneath the waves of beautiful ferns and chrysanthemumns, mottos, flowers in triangular shapo, with broad ferns fronds on either side nailed to to the wall, all of which were very tasteoully done, and presented quite an animatedt asp peoarance. At the tea fully 150 persons s...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 May 1887

SLAUITEtI:- ]ARlDS-AT IOnWVScLlI,:--Ga Wedonesday lst, 31r..OgiLvy.. waited en. the - the Shire Council in support of. a letitiot, presented ry Cr. English, objectinglto the site of Mr, Theobald's slhughter-yards, aon the ground that its proximity to ,tha creek. wounldbe imiLninl 'to health.. Wi uInderstanud ,that the tealth-foticer. approved.otthis site, and upon this approval the slaughter yards werere rmoved r, on.their- recent position on, its presena site, on. hccount of? "?jectioin tlloule ?Ie the score of p1ihlbc health, to Ie met with-similihr objections.. I tis Certainly hard on Mr Theohbal, who has.bo.cn leedtinto what may prove rnectlts expense, slioultl the license for thel yards not be granted to hlin The matter will remain. over.till next meet ing of the Shire council.. (OVrElNK3tr .T SUiSIDYt I TO Sittlu :. letter from A. C. Cronom, ..L.A., wrta retdll at the Council mcetiag otu.WdtltcEhsday tt. to the elfect,, that-it 'nas inl colttcmpltlt to. reduce the subsitdy of ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Attitudes After Death. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

Attitudes After Death. Os Sep. 19, 1&42, Cinq-Mors (Henri d'E.iaet, MarquiH of CinlaMars, Grand Ecuyer of France) was beheaded for high treason at Lyons. The official executioner having broken his leg, the job was done by a day labourer of thie town with a butcher's cleaver. He made Cinq.Mars kneel and clsp the block, whichll was a substantial stump of a poet, firmly in his arms, and, bending his body down,placed him so that his neck was well situated on the summit of the stump. The executioner then went to his left aide, drew his cleaver from a bae, and delivered a blow which all but severed the head, leaving only some of the akin of the throat, which was divided by a to. cond blow, the executioner, for that puornoe, laying hold of the head by the hair. Then he throw the head on the scaffold, but it rolled off and fell to the ground. It was remarked that between the two blows of the chopper, the body, still remaining on its kneo, rose stark up against the block or post, and...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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SPONGE CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

sPONGE CAK,. One pound of eugar, one of flour, ten eggs; stir yolk of eggs and sugar till perfectly lfght; beat whites of eggs, and then add them to the flour; after beating together lightly flavor with lemon. Three tenspronfuls bak ing powder in flour will add to its lightnesse, but it never fails without. Bake in a mod. erate oven. A beautitrule is not reey happy when he hee at.titi~aie happens to ICe ovn yolr Iond, with the sting ready for busines.c Ono of the peculiar things of this life is that a woman's shors eIIer fits her unles they are too sonalli Another is, a man' never fit him unnle;s ti:ey ore too

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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FOR CHICKEN SALAD. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

FOR CuICcasa SALAD. Boil one chicken until very tender; when cold chop it fine. Chop one head of cabbage and one large handful of oecumber pickles very fine. Boil one dozen eggs hard. Mash the yolks only with the chicken, one table. spoonful of celery Eeed, one of black pepper, one teaspoonful of ground mustard, one table. spoonful of salt and two of butter, one-half teacup of strong vinegar.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Hay Market. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

;ahy MIavkict, 3!r RoTh,rt Ci:iunherlain reports (11th May) :-The market ha. been heavily sup plile with hsy of all sorts durinr- tlte tweek, and prices are easier, with a dull .Sle. TheI qnantity of straw to hand was small, with a glood demand. Best hay LG 10; medium LI to LI, straw Llto fijl ho. aMessrs B3utler an lMoss repnrt :--Our mirket has been heavily supplied with manger hay, andl as the demand has hban very small, pices have fallen. and only very prime samples maintained late quo tationn. Chanfin hay is al-aoslightly easier, though the demand is good. Vea sold Manger hay, t;5 to L". h; clhafHlng do, L4 ,to. LI 7s Gd ; straw L2 15sto L3.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Farmer. The Breeding and Management of Gesse. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

rn lllicr. Thle Ilrcedirt ntil than:lntentss'sf of" Gr.-vn'. Ur D D,tnoa Sotvn Tolrre FlT.l. CAntr.tLt. to Lyce Sto:k .la..nttet dl,,,,tmnac. Tlte is a esulj.et which cannot be too much ventilated nld diteetceed en.i hru?nett l:rtui neatly before tlllrat ilr fnloler, farnlr-, and othere. who have te b n-ed. the acvn,,n,ela.lro. and the ta?nr for the ipltae nt alnd i,rofitAltb ocmpa tion of goo , hree.ding. T. the fairour ind -took hr-eeor, a flock of grers in ntly .' imtti,,n. lnl et rno m rt- Itn a nece.Pity. " O". , t. y :Wanl the l"4-tllre. " I have ofton heard., rrceu rkt ; c eillt n1 a.Sver is,. they neverrhhle-s tend ,r.-atly Ito pmeIV the health of all ercin, .arc. ,:.d .r"e thre,. fore undoulhrh.ily th farrrmer' he-v tacter an?, friend. All-' g.oe the I-i oI tihe pa r.lu. and they will -ttip the cted til thJ r etrp , g t., ,trens en prvt l 1,.r , nt on Ie.~ l tin i rltntl,l Ind. and th,,rehv d, etroy th- er ot ,t ry e, i primary ceu of tnny tvtt iortt nillll:tl i: horee,. ah...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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How to Make a Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

Hlow to Make a Bed. Lar every bed-maker, as soon as the covers are spread, turn down the upper sheet, and all above it, leaving a generous margin below the bolster. Some people, you know, pull all the covers straight up to the top, and lay the bolster upon them, so that when bedtiume comes the bed must be rearranged at the head. Boys don't like this way. and perhaps some other folks don't, either. It is the custom to pile two big square pillows on top of the bolter, and then put on two pillow shams, and then, sometimes or perhaps before the pillow shame, a sheet sham. Thisis set ting a trap for the unwary. Only a remark ably careful womn is equal to the tark of getting off all the " finery" properly. Way not almost, if not altogether, abolish shams of all kinds? Why not honestly take oh the big, square pillows, and supply every bed with a comfortable bolster to take the place of pillows? If you like adornment, embroider or decorate the slips and sheets themselves without any make-be...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

'1T ; it IN (AV'red SEhiVICE'.r;. \\"t:1t.}:]".t\ Ottiract.-llicinc service will' be held iiext 'erln ri f.)ll~nh Menrnlell, 11 e er., Mr inlder I rfel woio, I ia.m. ; 1 i r, X 1 p.m.: Me o 7i " p m., llei. J. 'ilgie Iuilflieldih 7 i will-be hold nexit Suenda an~ fllew,- - Dri fied, hir I l~t.;i~el eeml .\ -flt, 3.'10' p-ru. , Mere~elI, 7p.w ;-.Mfr L; Elrirege. CUCHiiii ci' EruiL.Anii.-Djejile Service will be held ntext Sieci;:nes follows Ialadrwnod NortWi i11 ate. ;Meririr~ll Blridlges 3I prt Mereell, 7 p.ii. Mr Ed iverds. ___________

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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He Was the Fifth. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

He W'as the Fifth. A Michigan avenue grocer whose family co cupy rooms over the store was fumigating some bedding the other day in a vacani room and after a time the smoke began to pour out eta broken pane which he bad overlooked. A pedestrian saw the emorke and did not doubt that the piace was on fire. It was a good chance for him to emulate the noncha lance of Mark Twain, and he suppressed his desire to yell and turn in an alarm and en tered the store, cook a chair by the stove and camly remarked ; " Quite a change in the weather ?' SYes." "Don't look so much like an open Winter as it did?" " No." "Trade pretty good ?" "Well, tolerable fair." " This would be a bad morning to burn out l" "It would that." "I suppose you are insured " " Not fully, hut shall be to-morrow." "I'm sorry that you delayed so long, for I came in to tell you that your whole up stairs has been on fire these la-t ten minutes I" " Ye, thank you. Willie I" " Yes, sir," responded the ch-rk. " Make another mark on...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Humor. Mr. Dunder Philanthropist. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

'iburuor, Itr. Dueler PlhilauthropIst. " Sergeant," eaid V?r. Dunder. eas be entered the Central Station yesterday, "dot boy Shake hea cot me into eome troubles again, und I like to a.kni some adice." "Whao is it ?" " vbhell, Shake vhas a purty good boy. It he goes oudt nights und I foller him mit a glob you onffer see how he tiles for home. Ha goes mit Toldeo und Chicago, nod he rhas sharp ash steel." "Yes, I know about Jake." " Yesterday a man mit a paper in hishands comes to my place and vhants me to subcrbe a dollar to help saome asylurn. hie says 8eomo. body tells him I vhas a philanthropist. D,'t tickles me you see, but Shake winks andholds oop his inger, and I tells dot man to come in again. 'hen he goes oudt Shake says to me: "'Fadder, it seems like you better go back to Shermany. Efoerbody takes you for come suokers, unod you doan' know ehen somopody makes a fool of you." "' 1ow vhas dot ?" "Then dot man calls you a philanthrop;ist he means you uon's see after 4 o'clock. Ie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

Hotel Notices. MO1RWELL FAMILY HOTEL. Late` of the Cricketers' Hotel B EGS tj info6r his numernusFriends anti the Public Generally, that he has Purchased the above well=kniown' Hostelry, and has tliorouhrl -Ionovutednd and-nwlv Fur nibhed it Throighout. HLe now tlter ?IRST-CLASS ACO1OI1MODATION for Travellers, Visitors, and Others. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE WINES AND SPIRITS OF TIIE BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. HORSES AND BUGGIES ON HlIRE. GRASS PADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERIS' HORSES ONLY. STABLING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL. o--I EDMUND KELLE HER, PROPRIETOR IRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS ANI) COM .1 MME 1CIA A TRAVELLERS. All Spiritb, Winos, and Also, of the Choicest Brands. GOOD STABLING. GOOD P-ADDOCKS. Buggies and Saddle Horses Always obtainable on Hire. CRICKETERhS' ARMS HOTEL, M 0 IR W E L I. ---: o :-- HENRY BR-EEb, Proprietor. H AVING just purelh?a. l this famous lHotel, Which for coumf.urt and order all oth:er excel; ity Patrons will lindt I am willing anti a...

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Farm and Dairy Produce. TRARALGON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

FarnT an Ilhtiry PI'rodile. TI:.t.L.cCx, Saturday. Marriage. Orr and Co. report:--Well at tended sale at Mart on Saturd:tyv,eerything selling at good prices as follows :--utter td to is per lb ; hamts ld and 101 per lb; fowls Is to 3s 2d per pair; potatoes 4s to is per bag; onions 2d to 2 [d per l1; tom atoes ?d per lb ; cabbage, Is to Is 10t per doz ; celery 1 to ls sd per bunch: turk's heads 4d each ; pumpkins to .-As id each ; vegetable tmarrows 3d and 4Id each tseloss 4d each I; tsurnips, carrots, beets, parsnips, etc. from s di to Is Si per dlozn and sundries at nsual rates. We have a quantity of good grass ýeCds for scale in the start. The Farmers -opers -o tive Business Assn ciation of ,Victoria, t.imited, 81, Little Collins street. We held our usual sale of dairy prodsce to-day, before a large attelndanc. Prices show,' slight imsprovement osi last week's sales, but tlher are still very low for this time of tlhe *oear. Sales were made as' unler :-Cheese-Largoe.suppl and good ...

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Commercial News. Live Stock Report. TRARALGON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

t/crn ntnx czcI 33 .usC' . Live Stock RIeport. TrAnt.?cos, to'ndsty. A. 31'Lean and Co. scport :-At Traral gon op Monday we yarded over a thousand head of cattle and 960 sheep. Prices were easy, ibut many lets that failed to reach the reserve at auction were quitted privately. We sold--Fat Ibullocks £8 fat cows £5 is to £5 12s Gd; mnilkers and springers £5 to £si ; store cowos £3 is to £4 ; stuor bul locks £4 18s to £6 10s; steers £3 17. to £4 4s ; hetifers £2 5s to £3 15e; calves £1 8s to £1 16s fat sheep 12s 9d ; pigs is to £1 19s ; working bullocks, 1 tteam of 14 at £9 is. SatL, Saturday.. Messrs Little and Borthwick report : Fat cattle--Market up al!out 10s on last we-.k's rates, notwithstanding the low markets in Melbourne. At .1aflra our yards well supplied, and all cleared ; cows £5 Gs to s£6 1bs ; Ibllocks £7 to £7 £ S, sill aind light ; heifers L5 to LG to Gsd vealers .11 10a to Ld -Is. At Sale, os co I5 to Li 10s, light-weights. Ston' cattle-All sorts ruling tower this wee...

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The Curious History OF THE Man with THE IRON MASK. (CONTINUED FROM LAST ISSUE.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 May 1887

The Curious History OF TIEZ Viian with (CO.NTIL'PID FROM LAST IS UE.) 'T:e strangcrnes aeerommrl:ateid ai w-ll at it was po1esiblec for him to be in the UIaitile. Anr atpartment had bl"etL prepared fur him by an onter of the goertnrec befora his arrival, fitted up in the mint coreai,'nr tyle ; and everythinhg het explressed a desire for was instanatly procanId fr him. Ilti table was the bhet that coald Ihe pircvicd ; and he was ordered to be supplied with at rich clotheasa he de sired : but hit chief taste in this particular wan for lace. arl ftr li]nil remarkabllv litle. It appears hic tea ctIiCvet tle iacc ,f such leikhs 'i Ich d?.ircd, antd that he ipent mncuh of hi. time irl read lag. 1h also amus.d himielf with playing ll tlhe guitar', Ic hw1 the lil,rtv of ,cin to mass,; but rwa tiCen strictly frlbidelCn to speak, or utcover his face : ,rt:lts were even given to the r sclicrs to fire uort him if he attempted either ; and their pieces were always pointedl toward: him as he pais...

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