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NUDELS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

4ml..ltaso are eo.,-bated for'"Nddin" or hom^4 male macaroni which takes the place of the Italian preparations, and ban the advantage of onee knowing its composition when it is made at home. Work into two beaten ergs se mueb flour as they will take. and knead it to a smooth stiff douh ; divide this into six squal parts. anti work them into balls, put oue at a tim oan n very smnnth bread board and roll it out with a straight even.-urfaced rlline pin until it in transparent in every part ; la each shPet on a clean towel an seon as finished. and hy the time the last ball is rolled out, the trst will Ni dry enough to etl a+ follows. Cut the sheet intol lqurters. place them on top of eoah other with their out oluee quite even, and sit them, with a sharp thin steel knife into very narrow cord-like strips ; spread them spart to dre; contlnae this prnoeet until. all are cut. Tnoe sheet may be etamped ort' with fancy-shaped~ cutoerse when deubled the forms. will split op.rt when onoked, Whit...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stabbles—Treatment of [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

StlpblIles---'Tre'atmellt of. Soon after harvest, weerls an grass will cover nearly all lhe padldoks ; and it noghtl not to he forgotten that these both exhaust the paddlocks almst as louch as gran; ; for this reason the soonecr tih scarifier or plhugl? is set to work the Ioetto'.. Whero the surface is fool and covered with weed eeds reandy to start into existence, the srerifier or heavy harrow is hest to u?e in the first instance ; at this time many fa' niers scatter ii few o lrnip seeds or buck wheat, to be eiflier fed enf or plnioghed in, later in the snullllllr. 'There are very few farms to which a few acres of late; swmier f1 ed are not very wlelome. If the stultbl on he clean, stim-p!nlghing should bei done Its soon as the crop is carted ; ia dinule fiurrimo\ plough, "sot" only two inches deep, can be easily workeI directly flter harvest ; ad nsuch newnly itrned-.li lanl, if exposed for a couple of?nonthsi, hecomes mellow and sweet, id receives as 111ch11 hermtit as if hall ia...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rotation of Crops. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

luotttioll of Crops. The following fundamental princip!es have been laid down hb scientific and practical farmers :-" 1. That every lrlant supported by the soil exhausts it. 2. That all plants do not exhaust the soil to an equal extent. it. That plants of different kinds to not exhaust the soil in the same manner--that is, they sdi not deprive it of the same proportions of the chemical con tents. 4. That all plants do not restore to the soil the saxme quantity nor the sante quality of plant food. 5. That all plants are fot equally favorable to the growth of weeds, or weeds of thelsamne kind." Fromn these five fulndamental principles the fol lowing esevel colseqltelences are drawn : " 1. However well a soil nma be cultured, it cannot continle Iso nourish crops of the same kind in sulcessien without becoming exhausted. 2. Every crop imspoverishes soil more or less. 3. Deeply rooting aml shallow rooting plants otughlt to sucIceed each other. 4. Plants of the same kind or the same tribe...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fixed Facts in Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

Fixedi Facts in Attriculturc. 1. No lands can he preserved in a high state of fertility, unless clover and grasses are cultivated in the course of rotation. 2. Deep pisighing greatly improves the productive powers of a variety of soils that is not w:t. 3. Sul-soiling sound lands, that is, land that is not wel, is eruinently conducive to to increased production. 4. All \vet land should he drained. 5. Draining of wet lands and marshes addls to their value by making th et pro. dulce more, anld better crops, and prolducing them earlier. t;. To manure or lime wet hlnds, is to throw manure, lime and ltbour awav. 7. Periodical applications of ashles tend to keep lp the condition of soils, by sup plying most, if not all, the ignorganic sub stances. 8. Thorough preparation of Innd is ah sonltely necessary to tlhe successful and healty griowth of crops. lb. Ahtunant crops cannot is grown for a succession, uinless care be taken to pro vide and apply an equpivalent for the sub stances carried o...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEAT MUFFINS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

'vii :ip izvvvtsii 31n. nn r " int oif miilk. twi e4,.. three ýn'ttl··l' * II1 fIIl If :t lt. ) ittle nlt, with H tir iiiii': . to I·I : atil! hatter; let it hie fRer ir five tI o -edl Imke in muffin r."r + :"t 1 t t ,r."rl h ..,r t..ll Iin llr.r .

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poetry. ASHES OF ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

AsHES OF ROSES. ewo time ntainled lers ?e me lie, Covered with tenler hitt of rhynme, 'Vritten in years lonI since gone by, ndl little meant to reach my eye In the far western clime. y grand sire wrote them in the days, When in his youth he w,nol the d:ams that, moved by these enticing lays, -o neatly framed to sing her praise, My grandmother became. With careful to:ch each wonl is made, As if the foolish lover thoueht With every line so lightly lall soft caress could he eotveedl To her for whom he wrought. lhe vers? is filled with sighs and tear, And budding tloes wet with dew. With hope that Ieaves no,,lmn for fears; Lovers have learned in sevety years But little that is new. And lovers then, as now. made bold By force ,of vo th' implulsive fire, .belied the years to make them old ; 'hey should not make their hearts grow coll. Nor bid their pansionnstire. int. spite of love that laughed at fate, O.1d '.atler 'ime kepit on his war; 'hllose youthful tlover .roew sedate; iid love I r...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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BEAUTY, A WHITE COW. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

BeAUTY, A WHITE COW. But, admitting that these were two "hbrb.l trary gents," as Diokrens' cabman said Mr. John Foster was, ith ot muet beowned that both knew how to choose what was good, if they did not permit the genoeral puhlio to know how they cnme by it. If Mr. Bates' and Mr. Wil. binson's pedigrees are inscrutable, their sui. mals have made eilliaient mark to jusetify their orivinal selection. The Hareford Her d book of Mr. Duoikham is far more coaufidential. It tells how Tohy Pigeon. from which a whole herd wax bred. had nineteen oudves before she was ninetPen years old, having been bult:d .ery early by accident. Tnis fact, and the notorious con-ftiutton of the animals who trace to Tohy Pigeon. hardly bears out the a?;ertion r?et"ly thrown at breeders, that animal. u'rd for breeding b, fore their denti. tion in complete transit weakened vitality. Nor dne t'he following fact, also honestly noted in HIereford H.B., hear out the implied theory of the nemmensurate points of the w...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Miscellaneous. All from a Pup. THE CURIOUS START IN LIFE OF A LEADING MAINE BUSINESS MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

. . zcchl anecTt .- . . All from a Pop. T1u cUntOUos TART i LIFE OF A LEODIPO Mn F. A. Bucknam, of Mechanic Falls, with hi- large, varied, and successful ent' rp;iao. gving employment to more than 2000 per sons, says the Lewr'ioen Journal, ranks among the leading business men of ,Maine. " How did you get your start ?" the writer aeked him the other day. " From a pup," he said, withl a smile. " A car dog was my fiSat capital." Then bhe went on to tell the singular and interesting story of his life. " My grandf?ather,'! he said, "was the first man tsat moved into the town of Hlebron. He ahopped down a clearing, built himself a cabin, and eventually became the pocneeeor of a nice little farm. tIe nped to have to walk filteen miles to New Gloucester to get his corn ground. On one of these trips, when the sntow was very deep, he failed to arrive home on time,andmy grandmother, becoming alarmed, started in search for him. She found that he hlad tripped over a log and fallen down, and as h...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Story of Mr. Scroper, Architeet. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

The Story of 31r. Scroper, Architect. BY CHARLEs G. LErNsD. Yes. I'll tell you how it happened-that too, with all due respect To the memory of Scroper, late departed architect lIow it ca?to that he departed so abruptly in the train: Why it was he's been so late, too, in returniu back again. Now some folks are born to greatness, some achieve it, asn you've read; And some j'r'sly stand and take it as it dollopg on their head; BDeu in this auolime tRepublic, where it's hell and heop again, We all eantrally nmake it in caboot with othea men. Sereoer was a iOn young fellow, of a men. Atru enterprire; Likein"ie really d-ambitioni, for be was so hound to ri?n, And he Ile?, no reone unturned-nor a log Ie rllad 'ere nll, Till at: ih he git thile contract for our new greet City Hall. Now, of all our mmrto actors here upon this earthly stag", Tie contrer.teer have the hardest parts tc --pley, I will enrat 'Specinly in Iron-new cities, joust between the konered-ml bake, And 'whre all the popula...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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AN ODD DEVICE TO TO TAKE TURKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

AN OD DLEiCE'TO TO TA!iE TURIKEYS. W. F. Shaman has hecn bothered by will turkeys. They have been .ystcmatically en tering his cornlich for slome time past and destroying his buidding corn. Udler the game law of the country he could not shoot them, but he found where they came in and out, and one day he slipped round and set up some umbrella ribs in their path. Slip ping back he shot off his gun and shouted to iveo them a fright. His plant succeeded. They ran at a great speed to get away. and four out of hte in the hunch killed themselves against the ribs.-Valdosta (Ga.) Times.

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CHICAGO'S MOUTH FOR PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

CHICACO'S MOUTH FOR PIL According to tie statistical fiend Chicago eats 300.000 pies a day, which, placed e:le to edge, would make forty miles of pie. Three men and eight girls can make 3,000 pies a day. The ovens are kept running day and night. There are nineteen stanntal kinds of pie, but apple takes the cake. It leads everythinr else in winter, and in sumnmer sells steadily, though, of coursme.not so largely after berries come in. It is lucky for the mansfacturers that it is sn, as their profits are larger on apple pies than on any other that they make. In winter mince stands next to apple. Americans cat more pie than foreigners, but the men from New Ereland take the lead in eating pie. Pie anti milk is their favourite lunch. A Chicagoan was head? say the other clay: " Aw believe pie is good brain food. Mr. Emerson was quite fond of it, you know." Pies can he made for about seven cents apiece in quantities. In the island of Gon, near Bombay, there is a singular vegetable called "...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Ladies' Column. A SENSIBLE YOUNG WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

A SENSIDLE YOUN? WIFE. Young Rife -" Ilow do like my cooking? Come, now, give me your straight, honest opinion. flow does it compare with your 'Yotu- l[usbanl--" If you want my honest pinion I will say your cooking is very fair, hat is not quite equal to mother's." Yeoun\ Wifee-- L did not expect that it woultl e eqtual to your motller', but I wish you to reelrnier tlhat youlr smother ha many years' extprience ,h.f.,re eyou became capatble of forming it jtulglunt of her cook in-." Y. I .-" Ity ove l you are right. I never would have thuttght of thlat, thoulgh I assure you I would hailve male no cemments on your cookina if volt hat not asked for ily honest opinion. The point you hl avdemade isagoel one, but is entirely over!ouked by young married men." Y. W.-"It is, and, unfortunately, it is not often enoughl thought of Iby youns wives. The ideaof any mtan savin to ga girl only a year or ttwo out of scllthl , .* You can't csnk near as well as molt!er' or. ' You don't manage as well a...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Sale Cattle Markets. Saturday January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

Sale Cattle arlktcts. Saturday Jannuary 29. Messrs Little and torthwick report: Fat cattle--Short supplyl , and prices slightllv bettor. W\V soll in vario:us imarket-cows, £5 to £7, latter ieavy; Bullocks, .7 to £8 2ds i ; vealers, £1 S;to .0l 16s. Store cattle-larkets b:iskl, and inate high rate fully maintained. At Tr ralgni-Our yards crowded, and all svohl, 3-years steers, £3 Gs to 1,4 1-Is ; stre cows-, L42s to L4 15 ; i3-yeOrs lhifer., L3 12t 6di to L4 ; 2-year-old steers and heifers, L2 Is to L3 ls: 18-month's siteers and hcifera, I1 11s to L2 lG ;minilkers, L4 1GI to L,5 13s. At Maffra-Our" yards were wol. supplied, bidding brisk, and all cleared. Siiady Creek run bullocks, LG 5s ; Tinanlba hnllocks, LG 16s ;Nuntin bollocks, L5 178 7d; others L,5 5s to L ; Shady Creek run cows and calves, L5 Is; young calves LI 13s: i3-years steers, L3 1Sa to L4 1Is; store cows, Lit 18s to L4 6s; 18-moEnths steers and heifeor, L1 13s to L2 17s. At Sale-Quotaiions santo as altrla. I'rivately 1...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Farm and Dairy Produce. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

Fiarm aiiiid fairiiy .Ibo0lice, Tho Farmners· Co-opcrative BIuionesis AsO riatiomn oj: 'ictori,, Limuitetd, 81, Little Collins'strcot West, We held our usual sale on (Wednesday last, before a large attendantc of buyer,, aml report as fllows : COtnrse-Gaod dlemand for pmriom old. MIedim new, 5'd to Gd. Parreo, BtrrIrn.-- elo demand.I for primne, from l1d to Is Ijl ; 1dlimonn 81 to 9d. ?nF.as BurrIE.-Large siuppl : prone from Is 5 to ,Is 7&,; moedithm fro'm lt 2d to 1s 4d ; inferior fronm 5I. : Eacs.-Collectnrs Ioto, 104 to 11, ;. in doubted dairv lines ls. Several lines not giaranted at 3d. Poiur'rnv Fow.s, 3. Ii to 3s 3,1 per pair. Turkeys, Os 3d to 15s ; ducks, 4s li. Faucrr-We held our fruit sale on Tues day, befolnr a large attendance of tIurers. The supply of grapes was stmaller than last week. Prices rnnged from 5s 3d' to Os Gti per case. GInoi-W-leait 3lslu lOd to :3s IOld. Growers not dislosed to sell at present prices.. Oats 2s 104 to 3s ; barley, 2s 10d for Canpe, a...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

Autiuiiteirs' . audr'esse. w. Hnmilon & Co. STOCK STATION AND COMMISSION AGENT MELIBOURNE AND WARRAGUL - A UCTION Sales connductel in any part . of Gipp-mland regularhl every Satur lay fortnight at our yards, Buln Biln, and ,faondav fortnighatat our Yards. Murwell. and montll at \Varrtal. Drnin and Poo .wi).g, and at the Meelhournie Corporation " ards, Newminarket, every-week. 'VALUATIONS MADE MtONEY T':O iEND. iN , LARGE OR SMALL SUMS ON FREE HOLD OR LEASEHOLD IIer,s OrFere : 70 Queen street, Melbourne. PUBLIC NOTICE. A BRANIC OF OUR BUSINESS -:o:. ij?- AS BEE?N c,':,: :..,3 AT Fcott's Royal Hotel, Warragul, under the MANAGEMENT OP M1r. Charles Lousada Wm Hamilton co, 70 Queen street, Mellbourne. ECOK. HUDSON. AND RAYNOR (LATE B. GUTIIunDGE & Co.) . ;STOCK. :STATION. COMMISSION. IN SURANCE, and GENERAL AGENTS. SALE, MAFFRA. TRABALGON. MORWELL. and MELBOURNE. Cracks can be' ordered at any time through our Gippeland Offices. AGENTS FOR THE -Imperial Fire Insurance Com...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

S OI Iotel Notices. . FAMILY HOTEL. W. MYURDOCH, Late of the Cricketes' Hotel B EGS to inform hi''s numerlue Friemnlsand tIe Plblie ienscrlly, that he has Puirchiased S t)theabove well-kriownu Lionthrv, and has thornoughly Renovated-and nowly Fur ishedtd it Throughout. lt Inow offer.s <'RST-CIASS ACCOMMODATION for Travellors, 'isitors, and Others. FIRST-CLASS ALCOCK'S BILLIARD TABLE WINES AND SPIRITS OF TIIE BEST PROCURABLE BRANDS. HIORSES AND BUGGIES ON HIRE. GRASS PADDOCKS FOIL CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. STATBLING AND CIVILITY GRATIS. THE CLUB HOTEL. EDMUND KELLEHER, PROPRIETOR (IIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS AND COM MIIILCIA1, TRAV'EL,:I.ES. All Spirits, Wines, and Ales, of the Choicest Brands. GO(O) STAll ING. GOOD 'PADDOCKS. Buggies andt Saddle Horses Always obltainablle on hlire. CRICKETEIIS' ARMS HOTEL, I 0f II 1 'E L !. H ENRY BrEED, Proprietor. _Hi AVINGl jost pi|rihaed this am .a"' It r.I. \Vhich fr fti rt atii orti .dr all ,ii' h .r excel ; MIv Pa.ttr , wi...

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A trip to the Mountains. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

A ip to the Mountains. BY A B-eSIDEltT OF rM[otnreT.L. A. be outiftil, clear, bracing ntoo-ning, and c away by train to Traralgon. ''raatgan, Ce owing to ollr supineness, being the coach V road "par excellente." Dinner overr it ilostt Mil's, we were:' itnt diatelyl n board f a well-equilpped four-horse coach-un:der 11 fairly started ln the roald. Three miltes front that thrifty-looking town of Traralt - \ gon, we pass the cemetery, ocepyhig u a he ultifl site oni what "is ,knowi n as "the I Bflft'," anu comnmanding lanl extensive i view of the irates, fotlrming tlhe watershed Ii of the Tyer., ando the beaCtiftl flat reaches 1 of the lta Trobo IRivers, ovr wlhich we I pI~ss on a sutlstantiall Ilbuilt, bridge into theI a parish of BUlla Bulla, on thie east side of f the jtniction of the Tyern, iith the La o Trobe. Theo land so far passed over is fair 1 grass colntrs', bt sncotnlatgniftccnt arable d land is to tbe seen on tIhe flats alldtled to. I alnd the lower paort ot f the Tifers s...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CRICKET. MORWELL V MIRBOO NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

CRICKII'E'. tORWIELL V .tllIJOO KORTII. Thi'se teams met for the second time this. se?son' on thle ground of the latter on Satur. clay last. l:The appearance of the day gave io indication that the game could be played, as raiti'hal commencedc to fall heavily. The rain however cleared away shortly after lunch. and the' teams were niot long before ;opcrations were commenced. The Mirh?ot men went first to the wicket, but their stmlicnps fell fast, and nao stand was made with the exception of Ilickmni anti Drummond. wiho made IS and 12 respectively. Their innings eloysd swith a total of 47. The M3orwell men ntdo a better average chow- having only two "duckls"-and succeeded in putting together 53 runs for tile loss of nine wickets, Tromf and Spears (capt.)with l15 and 10 being highest scorers. The following is the result : 3IInaioo MonTIr.--Fi st Innings. R. ?cott, .lb.w,, b Spears ... ... ... 2 R:. Lane. bi Spears ... ... ... ... 0 A. O'Connor, it Tromf ... ... ... W. Davies, i Tromf .....

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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CURRENT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

CURIESNT A EWiS -0-~--- NtEW ALMA.NAC.-\'e thave to neknoiw ledge receipt of a new almanae pablished by the "Gipplaland Mercury." This is well printed and its "tout ensemble" is very creditable. hut it fnture editions, we wloul respectfully recommenl Mortrwell to notice, no. by thie time they are in print, 3forwell will have attained a porsition worthy of mention ns " town." andi the rompiler may be aile to lhtnin sonle information further than thatt itt is "n thriving and prosperous township" upn llon nicntio't to the oflice of titts paper. . TIr? or 'Vye.--On Tuesdnv nfterneon the expected contest. Ihitweent Mesri.r Wantsonl too~. (3) anld three selieteid men front Mor we'll took place on the railway reserve. Tile miraelt vaused entsideraml. interest ntild, ,as it was "butter-day," there I??s a large con. cotrrst of spectator. . inelading a fair sprink lintlrot the fair sex. The three selected to do hattllo for 31irwell were Messrs Robinhr ot, J. Donaldson and rl . Date. Bettings ...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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LOCAL GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 5 February 1887

I.OCAL (i.ziT'IE X OTIC:iE. n [Ein;n 1 lLeq dec!a,',,l ' '1:d :-J. Brache No'. 52, 72a Or "2p., Walhiilla. \A p lire tio ns foLr m in iL LL ,,? ,,4 u ro e :-.i. : hi, l l\it h ai't, No. 5.1:, 1Ia Br Nor. 2, for lea,o, 510o J. T '.In. Mn1un , 22a 2r 7p., ),',,m ,'r t .: a Ipl'ra?ion No. 7. for h:ales' 0r4, '. Parkeri, da. 2r 27p., IMoorn Tran' er of licens: approved :--P. ~ enl; to l. Dvi, ties, ,ine. licunse del ed I voLL :-L.T. Gordon, Moo. Applicatinnes for leaee aproivl:-i. P. Chaion n2), Yinnar ; J. )rlinL Cat;ig nee ; S. I LamLrLoLI:, andL .. nei'.. xer'i, tIre of TnLL- IIL LIro, deeaed?, Tom ,a hh .i Rtuth ; J. Jarm i ,, \fec raliu , ; 1 . 1orelI, 3u'ry aLe. " STran.firi L -. - .I.-mee ro'istorel :-T. Mlnrris. W?,nwron, to I . I ity,, YiLrlralIl; Ellen "SpenLer, Rolsedle, L lnJ.. N. IN erklv, Flyhn's Cr eel : (L J. W.'II" TLn, Va-dLe IL,.e toI W '. W 'V. 'l + Drl n-iL, Aarr' tl ; T. IDg iLn, LL oe, to EI!'a Dii'gaL, 'arracanL ; S. CIhrisiLLens I to W. ChristenL.n, loIon Ldarr,...

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