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The Morwell 'Advertiser.' VOX POPULI. (PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1887. CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

,.OX POPULI. (IUUBIISIIED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, IMAY 28, 1837. ('UlIItENT .EIEWS. ---------- Rar.' T. ALDAY.. S?uCCrssOI.-T-le Rev. F1. II. Williams. who was appointed by the Wesleyan Confetrenc to succeed Mr Alduv. at Traralgo, is anltouniced to preach in this district next Sunday, as follows:-Latrobe River (Totn's Bridge), 11 ; lHazelwood North, 2.:1:1 ; Morwell, 7. Mr Williams will, also, assisted by Mr E. It. Smith (late of Caliguee), conduct a special etciagelistic meeting in the Wesleyan church this (Saturday) evening .at 7.30. AItt:esrT:D roR Sre.tLLtINt.-T-wo men arrested oaThull sdaly last by Constable John son for stealing clothes from some navvies at the Narracan Valley Railway camp. As they were arrested nver 'T'raralg, ,, thety were taken to the lockup there, and re nmandd till today. When searched. only 10,d svau found upon one, and their swags were composed if bags only. FOOTAttI,. AT TIIAR.tlALcO.--The Traral lgon players were met by a teamc ferot Es senlldonll ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Humor. The Lost Collar Button. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

The Lost Collar Button. " My dear," said Mr. Speopendyke, feeling up the hlimney,"bhave you seen my gold collar button. "I' saw itthe day you bogbt it." answered vMrs. Speopendyke, cheerily "and I thought it very pretty. Why do you ask." "'Cau-e I lost the measly thing," returned Mr. Spoopenldke running the broom handle up into the cornice, and shaking it as if it were a carpet. ' You don't suppose that it is up there, do you 1" inquired Mrs. Spoupendyke, Where did you leave it ?" " Left it in my shirt. Where do you sup. pose Id leave it-in the hashl" and Mr. Spoopedlyke tolsed over the things in his wife's writing desk, and looked out of the window after it. " Where did you leave your shirt?" asked MIrs. Spoopendyke. "Where did I leavemy shirt?" Where do you suppose I left it Whoere does a man renerally leave his shirt, Mis . Spoopendyke 1 Think Ileft it inthe ferry boat ? Got an idea that I left it at prayer meetoing, haven't yosu? Well, I didn't. I left it off, Mrs. Spoop e?nlyke...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

CORRIE ?N I)IDENCE. (TO TOH EEITOR MvOI(OELL ADVEP rTIERt.) SIlt,-Although I al i not in the least anxious to take part in a newspalner con trovirsy of any kind, vet the letter which appeared in your issie of Saturday last. sighed " Old lnsllan,°" demands a repl,. Anil in so .doing, it is not with a desire, simply,, to satisfy your venerable cnirrespondent, but to endeavour to prove to the readurs of your Coloumns the tru:h. of tay assertion, viz : that the Ilile dloes not contradict itself. Iln speaking upon this sublject at It azelwood, it was not with the intention of courting opposition, but, mllerely to point out to those presenti, es pecially the young, the fact that there is not the slightest fear as to the genlicneness of tihe scriptures, even though scoffers re peatedly assert that the hook is full of Conltradictionls, an, nas sruch, unworthy of of credence. I then related an incidunt which tiook place some time uag, during a debiate between a freothouglht lecturer and a Ch...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parlor Magic. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Parlo Magic. A 1at is borrowed; likewise a cigar. The pIerforlmer breathes oil the latter to mes merise it, anil declares that when so ores merised he con colnjel it to stand upright on the irown of the hat. lie endeavors to make it stanll up ncuordingly, at first without sue coss, but presently the cigar does actually stand epricht. self-sIpportld, on the crown. At command it will how tI to the company, shlute the lldies on the right the ladies oe the left. and so on. The performer then sRks for a little music, and begins to noiev the bit ab t, still crown upward, firjst in one hand then ill the other. The cieer retains its vertical plssiti.n, but sways alout. sometimes to on side, ,sometiims to the other, as if elneavoring to keep time to the Imsoti. At anly ilomentit the performer calln reqest a sp ctator to take the cigar from the lint and to satisfy limself that it is not attaLched in any way. Tile eetming mystery rests on the use iof a very silmple piece f llapparatus-n little...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

TO-3MeORt OW'S ?ElRl 'I(CE:. a:Sr.i:Y.1 CricCH.- Divine srvice will be held next Sundav na follwsi :--Latrole it. (Tolml s leridcge 11 n.ln.., IHazelcwol North, 73.0 p.m.. n riesll. 7 p.m... Rev. F. Williams This (Saturday) ovening, Evanseliltic m1cct i-i, c,,nucted Iby Icrs. E. Smith. and I'. II. Williams. i'l:sn?c i'-nERcAN Crct'ncFr.--Divcine Service vjll Ie held lelxt Sunday as follows : Mnywell 11 .m.. Yinnar, :t p.m., Boolarn. 7 p.m.. Mr 1E. Fl. Smith. Crculclc Oci. ElN(s,.AND.-Divine Service will il held inext Snlllcrv as i fcllows :- YiinnarI. I I n.i.. Drilli ld 3 p.m., 3iorwell, 7 p.mn., Mr E. Edwards.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Boys' Column. How the Czar Aroused a Sleeper. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

3o0 ' Csoluin1 . How the Czar Aroused a Sleeper. " The hardest bit of work I ever did in mr life." said Colonel II-, as we s?t together over our sanmovar (tea-urn) ill a little Pt.' house on the shoulder of 'Aount Kazlbak, half way across the Centr ll C au a .-es' " w asbring : ing despatches front thle Crimea to the Canr Nikolai Parvlovitch (Nichulas, son of P'aul) in January, 1SS5. it uuos no joke being in the ainne then, 1 can tell you ; for the Erperor and those who were under him mnde no allowance for bad weather or bad roadls, want of food and transport, sickness, or any thiine of that sort. When an order wasn civen, you had to obey it smnchowt, andl if you couldnl't, so much the worse for you. "Of course there were no railways in southern Rlussia then, or we wouldn t have lost so nmany men in our march to Sebhstopol and for more than a week I was flying ovcr the snowuday and night in a sledge .n if a puck of wolves were after me-as they werre by-the-bye, once or twice during ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

w, H I1 II &l ( . KTUICK STATION AND CO1311ISS10N AGENT I3ELt.lOUR1NNE AND WAII:AGUI5 A UCTION Sale, evndntcl in any part . of Gippsland regnularly ,very Satr dlay fnrmnight at oar ntarlds. hrin Itliunu, and ondly folrthtight. at our Yards. 31,,rwell. arol monthly at. \Varragnt,. Drentin anl Poo w-n'w.. and at the t.lhoerne (',orporation Yardi, Newmarket, every weeh'.l VALUATIONS MADE "3IOSEY TO LEND. IN LARGIE 011 SMALL SUMS ON 'IIEE hIOLD OR LEASEIOLD It rota OrFIe: 70 Queen street, t3elbrane. It'tIIt.C NOTICE. . 33ANCiC O': O'R 3USINESS HAS BIEEN ESTABLIS1 ED AT Scott's Royal dttel, Warrat'stul, under the MIANAG EMENT Mr. Chat rlo Lousada Wm Eam1 ton & co, 75 Queen street, 3elthourne. TAVING catablietsed a.tnch of our haei n se, in Nellonrne, we ore now pre pared to hohl weekly sales of cattle, sheep, &c., at tie F,'leminuton yard~, and t, under take the sale of all kinds o 1,ropertr'. famtn and dairy produee, tl ivately or by public attc t?rn. We are alo,...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Commercial News. Live Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Live StIcrk Rcp:rt. 371-ar.. arriaiice, Orr & C,. reonit: f,ir at t?nl:tnce of bia ers, llani - go?a :n: er catle ai'diG e , li'llt in, ni t epl to t' i:e re?eorsa. \Ve sold. inest lot: ,riatell , eo s, £3 I to 3 s o £4 17.; id, -,:n?: :, e, £4 1 a2 .: l . Fat steers to .;7, .'.'t a" s're Ibutlek.? to £57s, workin ; blair in £1;8 5.I r prl i. ael. i 329 (tes is linshl at 7:+ 6 1. We also ofrered Mr. 31. hIr'i " `if rm, which w \ .; passed in at 0 his 1'"r oite for pilrivate sale. ith, :r.: .1. fneli-sh and tICo.. rpo :t: iol heikt.tour uri d ?t. thi;day tit .\Irwell rtall h uluttr vrdsI neat:n. fi allLttul ,it of hoal tartli! "e'er' der :red c t .l teu.al t, rte ... rlitis ot,- "'*- -. ,r-a s toia .t': c I t rows to l £ It . a ilso. after t ti l s-tle :. we si:l private!y in ine paddci k i 60 hIwl of iix ed cl:tie ti l which ei re ti; t t br-t-ll ti o t w ca ,rd s +, \vii"ni to P; in ci le tn rle of lll wc,:ther, and- in conijuction with Peck, illa:. so urnl ?.ty: lr--itll t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Treatment of Whooping Cough writh Illuminating Gas. - Isr. f\'T. T.?;e. (.flrd 'r,.a.. April 7, hSf;) sgL'P-?*ts an easily nviable improvemeteur on tle s;d plan tIfseIil ing childrle on visits to ens worksi. His iplan is to attach a piece i[ reihb!r tesing to a bumrner, the tubing bI-in- Ifne -esnoughi to reach tihe floori. The cLc is turnoed onl just enoogh to make a perceptale othitr, and the child is to inhnle it fer a few minutes at a time as often as conenient. The purifying influence of the sea on tie air from tite latd i :iearly sltmrn e y a paper in the French J.Jtrnt -lf !t'Phrmitrsty and Ohtmis.trty, givinle tile result if researchles fty Messrs. Miscuel and Mireauc. Nit only ,Io e?a breezes bring issalth to thie sh-,rs - nl which they blnw. butstrails a.arms ceof lie oea are found ito be barriers ts thle lcrress nt infection. Tile eonmlltlln ntion 1t 1 t- the sanitary qnalities ,tf sea tir is fully cnlil tned by these investigations. The progress of micrncpical science tl...

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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 — 28 May 1887

The Curio.us History Oi rtH Man with. -4----- (CONSTI LED 111roM LAST ISSUE.), ''The narrative of the Abbe Solitaire is as follow . "'l'e birth of the prisoner hagpened in the eveunin of trh 5th Septemnber, h3?::, in presence of tithe (Chattilellor, the l1ishop of .leauox. the author of the italnuscrri pt, a id\ife t lllllled l'eroenete, an11d Sieu r IIoI, r.lt. This circlillistlance greatly Ilis tnrbed the Klii:tgi' mital ; Iht .observed thalt the Salique law had madi no plrovision lforr 111th L. case ; altnd, that the last born was the lirst conceivt'd; .andl1 therefore hlad a prior right to the other. Iy thie adlvic of Carlinall te ltichlie0, it was therefore re cshed to cotceal his birth, but to preserve his life. in caste by the do Ith of his I rather, i P 1honh 11e n IClesary to a\ot hitm. A d.' el.',ttion was tlranlil upI,.n111 sitgm and sworn t'io by alil present, in .which every cirl'l iicit tm illl V( was ultliuilllntd, anld s verI l marks on hie l clly described. 'Thils d...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Football. MORWELL V MELBOURNE SECOND TWENTY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Football. -tMOItiWELL V IIIt.LBOUI'NE' SECOND TWENTY. (IY" A SL.TIER.) This Inmsh looked-for match took p!ace iat Mor;cwel, or the Agricultural Society's ground on l'ueoday b.ut (Queull's Birthday), and the roesult v-as a really well-contosted game played inl good style, with the best of f: iendly feelings : but ending ir the succcii of tb-e visiting team ill consequlenol of tihe greater skill displayed. The Micrwcell men were captained by Mr J. Jones, and the 3lelbournites by Mr Gartou. The Mlorwell captain won the toss, cand elected to kick with the wind.which through out the day blew direct along the lihe tof play with suflicient force to prove a heavy handicap to those kicking agcainst it. Uponl tile ball being kicked off the players at once got into their positions. The play was soon over at the left wing, along which the oval was carried, ucltil forced oat of bounds. In aga:n-- a mark was ebtainud, and a goal kicked at a somewhat diflicuit angle, the ball appearing to go ovtr ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

ILLf I UC'T NXiU ) ItE.; Nror lhatthr. crrm;r hv.,." , I reY 1mr!r No It re', Ill seartr tih: p tain. r bil! , I.r fa ,tir'ne gr suh a- y "v.lit ? \And heltr in Gippld ncei my ,h-nn. IIl hlut sm m'e,. My il .if r !. :. ?epe, t rack IA s\rt ofetblem of tlr p:tdct. "liy here- hai'- -rcvn butl ti! ,and f.,. And loit ttc go. lhn, - k:tll] 1:rn e ptrt tin 1y plth: Ill lhunt r, n:t . Porir ioin a , tdc --y ti hold hli rittulend A h\eter inevr ht-,vw- thun , u.r ir ; Fri" if ic dri top of .idicd I dre:w Fr'nt,.huek or 403; Iie travel, made tlth g-aer.in ,rc- , ('une I n batok alnd sllit . Poor bioute. f1r. yea.rn 1: w: am)' frie" nd ; " -\nd Latn: a stclri I out ,i11 f hli ? I-gaity ; but tihne P1y friend gre-w ohl. Andn tin.w e. nuttrreel with !ti d: Iel, I'll 1'qi t ml Inor. -1 Disc-nesd -at urife:intiraotbre"e forth n streae -ruptirll~.-Alet iii. S-,enae I" ( atO3 -l pati?e s 't :iTriin frtm l :er-onne k' allttei-nr areafraid froti their hsh f'lnel anti derr rsty t plcirs,,m lc-tna ll t...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLLA PODRIBA ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

riY T''ri : S..NrCuet'ETrrc," ' iteligeirnce andl courte:sy often are ceon- binedt Often in ar wooden house, a ,gildenl rorr you findtl." Sunday at the Alnrwellis a quit.t dlay esscettially a dta of rest anl p ace-u d.al Whell rone has tibe t', rnnillatre, andl e[ i late, and chiew the cad of sweit, t r hitter t ret so in .the bush, altlag m iin sog: pi.aces and among g t ye Vferlrn , hah1elurs-it is i the washing awld rinding-rarngliirg itton-sew ing, and ilon-starehing dav On such ai file,.dayr aus this, it is pleasa: t to wander at ne's own+.sweet will, aadl whi e the smtroke in edlying whirls. rise. frr,r.tl;o soothing c ayt--to read your Ibook by tlIeu snug latine saide-to porder o'er the meadow byi the brook, or climbing the uphaiti till in lltI distance -'uli catlch " the glea:n.it a reiuitr sea.' Very wholesome and hleo edl this d-ay of rest to lman and Iast. Dobbin yoilt er-lhaw I rilishesl it! 'lhow wisely h; improve-; tLe iv'ure an,1 freedomr allotted to him.: nut ill the...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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PETTY SESSIONS. JUNE, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

PETTY SESSIONS. JUNE, 1832. lbsscdnle. Wecdnesday Ist. 11 n.m. Tsstrnutlhdh. iThrodna 2nd. 11 n.m. Snin int-'s issued Friday. 20th 1 tnO. Ilepytled. Satrdanv 4th. II anm. Sum mrlatWs etnwd dldnnay. 30th 1nvr. Trnratlgt',, WVedrissdnos Sth anid 22nd. 10 n.;m.: sntnm ,nsAc irnet rrcce'tigFrtdnys. 2rwrttll. Wednesncdany 10th, 1.30 nan, sunm menses iss:ned Fridsy lt01h. Mon. Sntnrrdnv 1tth, 9.:10 sin. nu; inmsnas is55551 Motnday 13t11. WAEI)NNTS COMMItT. M n' ^. Sntsn rdn 1St h, It n.n t. QL'AlTESIL1Y T.C'OENSiS1C MIEETINGS. Roseodale ttcnntsin2 district.-At ennrtlton on, Rnosedats. Wo:o-.dcnh. tnt .TIne, 10 sn.m 1'rnralg l crnsit list rtot -At oun rthouse tWunensgtt, Moludan, 20th~ June. 10.30 as.m

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Inexpensive Sofa Pillows. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

Inexpenstre Sofa Pillows. Sofa pillows thllat are intended merely- for ornaint stay hI,. stiled willth crled hair or x,:-ioWr, but it is desirable to have feathcr enslint. fir use. l',igte, enbroidered wilth various drsiins isn wash sills, can he readily leanl-edI. A prettl srae of covrionger hea formed like a bng the opcniig tied up with a larue how of ribblon. Thie- case can be slillpped o? l to.be sent to the laundry when saild, and replaced afterrwatl witlhout ny of the bother i hcilent upon the removal tof a covering that has to be ripped to pieces before wasihing and stitehed together again when clean. For a country house a, liberal supply of cushions is almost indlspensable. They con vert orninary and- rather stiff straw anod wooden settees into luxurious divans, and are essential to-the thorough ease of hammocks.. They softecnccelltnbly piazza.steps and boat seats to limbs weary from tennis or long? tramps, and add an item of conforttopiecnie? and teas. For these purposes si...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 28 May 1887

DEATH.—The friends of the late ADOLPH         FREDERICK WITTHOLZ, are respectfully   informed that his remains will be inter- red in the Hazelwood General Cemetery.           The funeral cortege will leave his late   residence at Driffield, on SUNDAY, the       30th inst., at ONE o'clock p.m., passing Morwell township at half-past two o'clock.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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A City of London Pie. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

A City or London Pie. Donra the time that Sir Theodore Mayerne was lord mayor of Loudon a pie was made, the particulars of which have become matters ft history. The recipe for its construction bha come down to the present generation, and for the benrfit of this and future genera. tions we will tell all that we know about it. The recipe runs :-Take eight marrow.bones, eighteen sparrows, one pound of potatoes, a quarter of a pound of eryngoes, two ounces of let:uce stalke, forty ohestnuts, half a pound of dates, a peck of oysters, a quarter of a pound of preserved citron, three artichokes, twelve egge, two sliced lemons. a handful of pickled barberien, a quart r of an ounce of whole pepper, half an ounce of sliced nutmeg, half an ounce of whole oinnamon, a quarter of an ounce of whole cloves, half an ounce of mace, and a quarter of a pound of currants. LIquor, when it is baked, with white wine, butter, and sugar. Some years aco, with very slight alters. tions--only adopted, after deep...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Practical Hints about [?]illousness. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

Prae.tcal Iints aeous ?--se ness. T?r Philadelphia Times estimnai thbt i the City of Brotherly Love five persone each minute ofl the day go to physicians to om plain of biliorsnesu and ask for relief. It is hardly probable that there is much mote carouble with the Philadelphian liver than with any other liver, so if that proportion of oufferers holds good all over the land "the long-fols want" of the public is some sensible advice abut biliousness. Liver diasrdes ought naturally to be at *he foundation of all biliary derangements; and as organic diseases of this organ are esecntially chronic, and often progrea steadily from bad to worse, it is plain that only a so:all proportion of bilious persons are oo offected. for the reason that this class of patients very usually get well. This refers tnaioly to male plaenlt. Women never get well from liver troubles. At all events, ire eomlan i once told by the doctor that her liver is tffmoted, she will believe him, and persistently suffer th...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Mumor. Mr. Dunder Philanthropist. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

'tttomOr. Mr. Dunder Philanthropiat. Sarceant," said Mr. Dunder, as he entered the Central S..;ion yesterday, "dot boy Shbake has got me into some troubles again, und I like to ask some advice." " What is it?" " Vhell, Shake vbas a party good boy. It he Roes oudt nights and 1 foller him umi Ia glub you neifer see how he fies for home. He goes mit Toldeo und Chicago, und he vhes sharp ash steel." "Yes, I know about Jake." "Yesterday a mao mit a paper in his bandes eomes to my place and whantasm to soubor.be a dollar to help come atylum. He says some body tells him I vhas a philanthropist. D't tickles me you see, but Shake wiolk and holds cop his finger, nod I tells dot man to come in *g-.in. Vhen he goes oust Shake says to me: "*Fadder, it esems like you bhtter go bock to Shermany. Eaferbody takes you for some suckers, and you do.n' know abhn somepody _akes a fool of you." "'Howr vhas dot?" "Vhen dot man salls yeu n philenthrope't he means you can't see after 4 o'clock. HB hua inoult...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Wholesale Potato Market. MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 4 June 1887

WhVlolesale 'Poito Market. - IEZBOURNO Mir M. Glassford reports:-Since my last report th manrket remains but slightly al. tered prices duIller, if anything. I quote Warrnambools. L2 15s to L3 ; Ballarat and Lancotelhds, L3 to 13 7s Id ; Gippsland .L2 10 ; Circular Heads, L3 bS in bond; onions L3 10s.

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