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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

CENERAL INFORMATION. -.-+- England consumes £8,000,000 worth of fish every year. -4 The human voice can in some cases utter 206 words in a minute. -4 England uses six million square feet of plate glass a year. 'Vegetarians have .:clearer complei 0nors thian` 'peopleci who eat animal ; It costs .£2,000to give:Bucklng han lPalace frontage a inew- coa'. f Ipaint: Waste land in Turkey sells a per nace good fariningland i at d to £30 :· ·- + -·-- · Caniada's mineral prodction t has Increased 270 ,pr cent in th thlirteen years English dictionaries are' i? greater denmaid than any other. commodity in Porto lRico. There are 3 000 words used alikeis tlon olspollin '.. C" leave is the best instanc ,of an English word possessing two ocl posite meanings when coupled with Sto " alid " from A .Boer spy captured among the British coast .'guards at the sigical station at Durl:ban, was paid £60 a message and had made" about £6,000 when detected. IHe was court-martialled and condemned to death. -4- N...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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CASH DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

CASH DONATIONS To general fund and for special prizes : Sir Rupert Clarke ...- .. £10 0 0 8. W. Gibson, Esq. ... ... 6 6 0 B. Goss, EsTq. ... 6 6 0O A. II. Trstmran, Esq.... .. 0 0, .J. S. Gair,1TsC. , %.P. C?(Pre.) 3 3 0 'E. If. Cameron, Esq.., 1.P., :.;...2- 2 0 - Foy and Gibson ... ... 2 2 0 E. T. Apps, Esq. . ... ... 2 2 O Adamson and trettle ... 2 2 0 C. Draper, Esq., Shire President 2 2 0 II. 0. Wilson, jun., Esq. ... 2 2 0 C. Andrew, Esq. ... . 2 2 0 A. White, Esq.. Kangaroo Gd.... 10 O Thos. Brunton, Esq., .l.L.C.... 1 1 0 R. Harper, Esq., .II.R. ... 1 1 0 J. Stone, Esq. ... ... 1 0 S. Jeffrey, Esq. ... ... 1 0 Thos. Nicholson. Esq. ... 1 0 John Mason, Esq. ('l'reasurer)... 1 1 0 Joseph Mason, iseq. .. .. 1 0 W. Timms, Elsq. ... ... 1 1 O W. A. H' Farlrne, Esq. ... 1 I " W. J. Baird, E.. ... . .. 1 0 D. R. . 'Gregor, Esq ... ... 1 0 Shamrock Brewery ... ... 1 .0 Mrs F. Daniels, lorang ... 1 1 0 J. Clark, Eaq. ... ... 1 Davis and Steel ... ... 1 0 .I IEverest, Esq.. J.P ... I...

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THE CLERK'S MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

THE CLERK'S MISTAKE., --+ " We can let you have the bridal chamber," ventured the genial hotel clerk, as he rubbed his hantlds and looked confidently across the register at the younLgish couple. " 'That is very kind of yelou," r' iled the young ttan, as ile drew a nerlovl'vltus flourish heneath the abbre viation ' and wife ' nid nlid dowli the pen. " hlel. iwe contempleate l maLnillng ten da(1y or so, antd toight need the roollm," " You shall not Ie disturbed. I asslre you," contlinued the clerk. " Anld the aliartlentL is a lovely one." " Airy ? " asked the yoang Itan.. " As to that,"' and a gleam or in tense pride mounted the clerk's face, " i will say that the ootem contanes seven windows, all opening upon tilty verandahs," T'hlo young couple looked at neach other,' T'Ihen the young wenatlllit sloke " I don't think we shall care ior that o0olll. Yni see ll mur tlr'ee chllilren will te here iI thIe ntornihtg with thelt' nmse, 'I'hey can clilt like goats, alll lin Hlll'tn will be ii...

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A SAFE-OPENER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

A SAFE-OPENER'S STORY. Although mnany strange exper Iences come to the professional safe opener,'no calls are mlore exciting than:: those which summon hint to liberate persons 'accidently imprison ed in vaulits and safes which are supposed to be air-tight. i. : Though the safe expert may ,be confident of his ability speedily? to] opeln thte big steel': door, he can never be sure thit ;" suffocation or fright, or b:otih comibined, may Inot Ooverconcm the vitality of thIe prison i. er .before he release is accomplishled Consequently ,he does this kind of work; undei great . strain, toofeeling that a human life is at stake:. ' Ohce I received a ,frantic call to hurry to a building a short' dis tance from my ollice. " Bring all: your tools and a man" punted the messenger who came to sulmmons me. " A little boy hus" sh?ut:himselt in an air-tighlt.vault, and his mother is wild. If he can't be. got, out, dead or alive, in short order she'll go crazy." We made the trip across the city as fa...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

Publi.hed Every Friday morenien FRIDAY, NOVIl?i?B)E 7, 1902. TnE event of the year as fcr us the W\hittleses Shire is concerned, end in which great interest is taken by the public in adjoining shires and thy many residents in Melbourne and suburbs, is the Whittlesoa Show, which tkeas place at. the'show- yards, Whittlusea, on Monday.next. This year, from all accountes, the show will, if favored with suitable . weather, eclipse all previously held in the picturesque little township of Whittlosea. On the first page of this issan we publish the complete prize-list, and also all infor mation in connection with the show. The prize-list is a lengthy one, and contains several additions to those of previous years, and the special prizes offered are numerous. In addition to the exhibits, there will be side shows, aud a band of music will enliven the day's proceedings ; so altogoc her visitors can depend ont being profitably, intelligently, and pleasantly entertained by paying a visit to this ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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AN INDIARUBBER LARYNX. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

AN INDIARUBBER LARYNX. Paris has been much interested re centl./ in the possessor of an artifi cial larynx, by means of which he is capable of speaking in monotone, and of eating solid food. The ap paratus is of vulcanised indiarubber having a rubber diapliragm, vibrat ing in monotone as the patient speaks. X metallic grating prevents the ingress of food into the wind pipe and such liquor as is swallowed falls into a funnel and drains into the gullet. Cases where an artificial larynx has been worn for years are not rare. One of the mlost remarkabtlo on record is the case of a German oilcer who wore one for 25 years inI this time giving instructions otn rlding and yet making hiis commands heard above the noise of horses' hoofs in the ring. In tile one we refel to an improvement has been made, so that the patient is able to swallow. But the great disadvan tage of all these appliances is the pressure they exert on the living tissues, which often leads to sores and scars, which tmake pr...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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YARRA GLEN. ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

YARtIIA GLEN.. ACCIDENTALLY ,)DRtOWNED. (rati cott ONS counts roor n ') A sad drowttiingt fuat , y occurred, Ihere on Stitloy., After e attendlin"g Sunday schitil a:numbter of. bys went to the rive6rtotiatllhts h ti h, Y:rra 'at the bathing plac' Gonrge Cook, a: line lad nearly fiftaei;yiare. .old i want on, to tbul spring boa'd i·d tendlng to dive into' thei shillo wa eter oi e, how. ever; lost hi balnnco anid fell back\wards' into deep water.- As. Ihe, could not owiun the strong current ansonr carried him into thel 'middlo :of thi river. Williiit Ryatn and George Silver, two of his cenrtpaions, went to his sesiat-. anct but were unitbl to save hlint. The drowning boy': seized hold of '. lii rescuers and it was with great dilioulty that they mtanaged to get free and save themsels.. . A?sistance 'waer soon procured.; but' owing to tthe'swolleri stlat of the river tihe body couldnot be found, Dozens of volutittee'rswere soon at work.'- Boats wore procured andl rtopei stretohed across...

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TOPICAL ARTICLE. DOES HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

TOPICAL ARTICLE. -----***[*-·- DOES HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF. We often 'hear the phase quoted, '"History repeals itself," 'with that: conllplelit . d oglmatism n with 'a 'hichi h the UUthinking daccept a well iworn ixiomt 'The real fath;li owlvere is, that the evolution of cilViiztloti" has beeno so slow that even iil its 12idselt itaspect. it mtay .be" rega ded in itsinflnlcy. -Iistolry has' so "far repeated itself, that we' discover. in the records of. the lives of;i nations, a !singular' uniformity ' of caritieer. lThus .he civillzatdons o:f 'the past "itiay be traced firoot bitih to dealthL? ito find, 'that oine itld :ill ipassed tih irough 'sllilar olienellcos. In = the ''British i)luse1un2m1 we may behold thlo. InulIllies of those iwho, in theil' diay, ruled oveci millions, of siuljects; lived ' in the mIldst :of wealth aild lutxury, s Uh i; ' have: io parIallel in or.,timles, evolved philo soplhy' n dtl science, such as have, been the gulildes and teachel:s of our own, alld l:'s...

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NEW MINISTER. INDUCTION AND SOCIAL WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

SNEW MINISTER." INDUC'ION: ANL ;SO(IAL .V; WELCOUMI. t+ At the Scias COureli, leideolierg, on .Thursday evening, 23,di ult; the Rev. Stewart Byron was formtally- inducted as minister of the Preshyterianochurcles at HeiddelharE and Te?pleatowo. - The Rev. J. H.'Marahall, mnoderator of tlhe vaicancy, necupied th, chair, and there wwas a largo congrregatjon. T 'lhe Rev. Laws prenchcd Lhe er'rntmi, and the Rev Riiherson.,ddressetld ,th niliiut itr aud thea peopl>":'Thdi tidu ctiun -cretioty was performed hy,th, Rfev.J. 1'. MIr shall. , Thr prdoce"dings closed with thei benediction. On T'hursday evming, 30tlh, a miiost successful sIIcial gathi'ritng took pliae in the" Recretioth ball to welcotme the newoinister. There was na very large atitendance. 4The hall wan prettily decorated for tihe occasion, The" plut form looked like n large floral bonqn*t,; with the;word " welcomue" in thl centre,, whilst the maii hall was draped nali featoondl with fl.,gs and folian,. MAlaos Nrittg?e,; Ren'...

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TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. The adjourned ordinary monthly mseeting of the above council was held at the Shire Hall, Templestowe, na Mobday last. Present :-The Preai deant'(Or J. Speers), and Ors Andrew, Hunlter, Lang, and the recently elected srember, Or H. Stiggants, who made the necessary declaration before taking 'his seat at the tall. ,,l. aatea or the previous naebtiný were read anid confirmed snd outward correspondence approved of. CORRESPONDENCR. From Ollich of the Chief Secretary, intimating that now was the time to nominate a mneinber of the Council for a seat on the Fire Brigades' Board, if the Council so wished. Fronm CrH. Kellett, Kew, announc. ing'thet he wee seeking re-election as a ienhaer of the Board, and asking the CoUincil for a continuance of their =ulpport. Or Hunfter said that as they did not desire to noininre a cardlidate for the. seat, they had ample time to deal 'withi the natter, and by next meetitng there might be applications in fromn other can. didates....

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General Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

General Regulations. -------- A Parade of all stock will take place during tilhe dTo beast will be allowed to compete in more tian one clau,s except for special ,rile-. In all classer where there ire two or more priles there mut e three cortitort, or only one prize will ib awanlel, ull:si the Jud-es oensilo the exhlhh worthy of a orime. The jud'-c way Rszan h 00 words used t ,iseot considered of eehffirensth ithoI All exhibits to stay in tile yard until 4.30 p.m. Entire horses allowed to leave the yard, on deposit of tos., fromt 1.3 to 2.3o p.m., dlepoit tloe returoed when hormes come bahck to the show ground at tile appointed time. All stock to parade and hunters to jump when ordered by the Stewards. IlBreeding year for hores dtates fom August r, for cattle frmi July i. , Ladies' palfreys to be ridden in Show ground by ladies.. Hunters to jump not. Ies tltan Tour fet or such other height a% tile Jul?ds may directl., C Riders of hunters to be in hlnting or steeplechase costume, to b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

J, T. MACKEY, JUNR,, Cordial and Bittet Manufacturer, Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. 18 yearn manufacturing for loile and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. . S H. W. Pither (Lat oJf Melbourne Marlcet). The only legitimate Prodnue Merchants in the District. S'"L AIGR supplies always on band of the following : Bone Dust Superphosphate (Cumming, Smitl k Co.) Outs, feed whole and crushed , Tartarian, Al?erial, i)anish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire IHero Peas and Strata. geml, less than Mfelbourne prices Chair, Hay, Bras, Pollard, Straw Barley Rice Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Salt Seed Maize, Garden Seeds. discovery of bloodstains on t tto S ?] mci?ttt..?,hsive. til |he.. h had tifve. '",''...' stock. AGENT for he celebrated Balvitis. A call will coelince everybody. S. H. W. PITHER, LIILYDALE -. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under RInys Letters lPtteat) Tree EXTRACTORS, s ' FtltlebT DEVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot he beaten. I Orders by post receive prompt attention. S Agr...

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THE PREHISTORIC HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

THE 'PREHISTORIC HORSE., No pther branch of science is so poptlubtr as that which reconstructs thb extinct monlsters who once peo plled our eartlh. While the prehis toric forms of the reptiles were gi gantitc, those of the Ianunals oIn the other hand were o?tln extremely diminutive. 'his is shown very curiously in the cnso of the pro historic horse or Ilyracotherlum. lie was no higger than Ia fox ani suppliedl with four toes and a long taill, Apparently he was (far less fitted to survive in life's race tharl hIs gigantic compalllllonll ut he and his descendtants havo grown great while mllost of the others have be come extinct, 'J'hrough the aid of luae the horseo hna become splread over the length andl breadth of the habitable globe. 'Ihereo I no record of any really wild horses within the memulory of ittl. those aplmairently wild can always be traced to somle ilolestcl animals that had been let loose, 'lThe domestication of the horne, therefore, seoams to he older thant the civills...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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ABOUT MARK TWAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

ABOUT MARK TWAIN. - " A Day with Mark 'rwain " is the title of an interesting article by W. 11. Northrop in the current issue of ' Cassel's Magazine."-Mark Twain in private life ltnd 'lMurk Twain in his books ( says Ai'. Northrop ) are tWo entirely separate chit'acteri. Jutldging hint frbin his works onei ,would expect to lind Mark :Trwaii aonb of. the gayest, niortals iruagii ithle. We would antlicipate his 'ei'y i?wiril to be a jest. intil hisdaully life an ninltei.rupted comedy. A\s?a matter of fact the life of:: Sainiiel',.Lan ghorne Cleneiins--bot?ter, ktiiiwnvis " Mluark?T'diahi "=-hits bemen hisetbitlig but huliiis'us. l,?,i men hi~ st~rIl;d u dso s'oVeioely fronI 'thu e e!slings nind ariiows of outriageaous fortiunie,"' and few lhave borne their tribulations shbcour;ageotily, Itl is tot iri easy tlhing iat sixity yen of dof igoe to'have 1o' start life. a now in ol:rdei to iy :pa al the debts, of` somieone else : and yet six years ngon Mr. Cleoiuls did this,:. wdolking as few...

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WHERE'S MOTHER? [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

WHERES' MOTHER?9 HXR M OiT H R B t lst ng i in tfro ti sc"hoo . or play Ihat" is whih the chldrpni sayd <<< 'Troopiing?croawding ga ei}t?and a sma ll,. On the thresholdl Ii the biuli .Joining in thelollcotatat cr fEver as the ddyl' goby' WVhet 0 mother ? + ,i om the weary bid of l oii r. ' i his . same-:uestlioi cimes agai:,n} i ronm thboyrwtilh simarklitig eyes, Iearlog lhomie; Iis adrhelLst pi e Fiom tlio Iho broiiel ind beai.lijm si,; P?emrl.?i ' i i s hoid I ioo lius ? won ei' d ,o ed l ii i ,a lonely tuask, .: oo day we nayitvalily ask Fo Ltlie ooino t of hle -face, Fi'l? thte ret of he embi iiace f "etus loie he iilo wi tt:e may; Veii for .us that we mima aay S?".hero'Sniotheir?+ Mother with aintig had Al . thoe post of dLty stanhds`::: ' P : ltient seeking +not lhel own':_' Anxlouti for the good aloni? Of her, childreln as they cry ,' : Ev:i ras, the days go by', + ` "1Vhole0 s niothor?

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MAKING IT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

MAKING IT UP, Recently a dukey in the United States wnas chalrgc d with stoulilng fowls n1ld the Judgtle, not wishinlg to alsind him to Iprisoll, lellintly gaveu hin a wceek In which to pay theu lly. T'h man pirotcstedl tlhat hlu would IoeveIr Ie blu to raise the Imoney but Ilevelthleliss, onl the Iust day, pIlo sentettl hitellfo t piut dowc the |ino " You iasclcl," ulid the juldge " I )know you could paiy, WhlatL do youl mllall by telling theo court that you lhad Ino lloloy 7 " "1 loitL got it," said thle bhIlck lmanl " IIL Judgltle saly, ' 8llio, you paly iveo dolulara or yol o to prisoll seou, IsILh IItJight I stol Ilmore chIckiens froma yer owln bhack yard to pay tie lluIi with." In Jainc thlior are paglodas of colehlerilhe hIolghl, which Ihave wlithlatood thl i'lT',tsll of fel'u?ilit mutlhtlllltak shocks for cnlttilll'oa , 'hi acc':let o "ll cl' Ha llbillly I Lthat thiiy 1'0 Illtied hlable with It. hte lvy |,hnl nrt l'-bitlll Iiihiu tltllIi awhich hevy .1w er~iioniii coiistinet...

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IN THE ARCTIC SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

IN THE ARCTIC SEA. -+1-- It was. about 2.10 on .the orning of the 31st that we wtire awakened by the captainl., who canIe into the cabin, sayilng. " MI'. .lack there it a bear." In about one minute froml that timhne Jack had 'put on some clothes over his pyjamnas. which were sticking outL fron beneath his Norfolk jacket, had seized his rifle and a. few cartridges, and had run on deck. There was a bear swillllling ever so slowly across the " starn " of our ship towards the isla~ltt of Spitzborgen. which ntulst have been about twelve milles away, and.corn ing from the ice, which we thought could not have beenl a shorter dis tance than 1b titlles. These ah?ntnals pr'ogress at the slowest 'pace on a long journey, and this one had evidently intended to go alto gether about 22 miles, if lie had succeeded ini reaching the shore. It seeimed a bit of .good luck our having seen him, as we were travel ui,lg through a great tog, which was so obscure that we could not see mlore than 200 yards fr...

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CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

ORIOKET. TUB CAMURON TROPRY. The Secretary to the delegatea informs us that Messre Brown anti Scott, drapers, of Brunswick street; are again to the fore with a trophy in coo nection with the above competition;. they offer a pair of crickoting pants (made to order) for thea bighest indli ,vidual score.

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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, Nov. 3, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

SHIRE1'C UNCI L. i ORDINA(IYMON'TIL'Y MtI iTIN G. ' onAy? v Nov. 3 100". The .ordiniary mtonthly meting of thel above, Council was held at the CO0 iuncil 'aiabe, Kasgarioo "Ground ' --HntelionMonday. last;r Present : lTh Prsident (Or Jtio. Lawroy) and Orei. 'Both, Boll, .Cameroti, Hrbert, Morris;- Scott, rSiudly, and Taylor, and .,the: Secretairy and Engineer (Mr. 0, S WViirovre) Tlih snmiutes'of the previous meeting wees read and confirmed. S, E 'ELT AM OOYSTADLB. :The S?retary intimnatid that Con stable Malitl. had bleet transferred to 'Mslboriise, but no permanent successor had y-t bien appointed. He had heard that soare residents of Eltham, had sent ii ai complaint against Constable Maher. Or. Cameron stated that he had t interviewed the' Chief Secretary and the Commissioner of Police as requested, but as far as he could.learn theri whre no complaints frontm any Eltsm people. by a iisitiig inspector which wero of a most trivial nature, one of which was being away fromt the stati...

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A SPELLING PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 November 1902

A SPELLING PUZZLE. In was evidelntly unaccustomed toi ralllylly trtiavlY, and wasi keenly nlert to; thLu possibiliy of ILequirincg lnformatitlon nn the trainl rolletd ilonlg. Glling at the Ilyilg Iandscis?o llhis brnin wla puzzled by thIe little hiIn Illowtu beslde tile Itruk b ariringi the sigall letter ' ft "or" W.' Hie stolpped the 1portier and aklctld him the ue iuing of the ?gnias. " O(il." said dl, " der's wnawllt nilt rilcg ? losits fori dl engineer." Thl truveller pIondered lnd bceenacs ne only tct! co rp le'ixed, In despai r Ilho 'ic'nccllgtol Illt cls latinl to tle eoltdnllotor, " '?t'ltoi sign nrls fIoir tlhe htilformattion of tLi , nh gine,'r." repliied the conductor : " Ihet Ic to vwhinthc or rinla at Lcertli Iuii inltla imdlented bi y tliho' ilitticl lelrttr," " Yes," csld tlhe tlravllelr, " sn I o llnderstood til porter, but I tllhotFht hei Iat bie nistnken I klnow ' '' lt' ctnds for wrilg, hbut hIow in tltunder du you celll whl etl with an " Yes," said the cxucited l...

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