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THE OUTLAWS OF TUNSTALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK IV. THE DISGUISE. CHAPTER V. KARL RISINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

THE OUTLAWS OF TUN `STALL FOREST. a RMA.NCE.O TEEOLD WORLD. Br ROBERT LOUIS STEV-UNSON, uiothor ot " eesse Islanod" te. BOOK IV. THE DISGUISE. CHRAPTER V. SaRL ShBOMOAM. Earl Biingham. although by far the moat Important person then in Shoreby. war poorly lofged in the house of a private gentleman uwon the extreme outskirts of the town. Nothing but the armed men at the doors, and the mounted messengers that keat or. riving and departingr annonoced the t'mpo ary residence of a great lord. Thus it was that, from lack of opace. Dick and Lawless were clapped -into the same apartment. 'Well spoken, Master Richard.' said the outlw ; 'it was excellently well spoken, and, for my part I thank you cordially. Here we ace in good hands; we shall be justly tried. and, some time this evening, decently hanged on tbesame tree.' SIndeed, my poor friend, I do believe it, answered Dick. ' Yet have we a string to our bow,' re turned Lawlese. ' Elies Duckworth is a man out of ten thousand; he toldeth you...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

S-ccl al. - PLEASANCE'S SPECIAL TINCTURE OF -PODOPHYLLIN The best remedy yet discovered for 'Biliousness, Bilious Headache, Constipation, Heartburn, Indigestion, and all Maladies arising from a sluggish Liver. PLEASANCE'S SANTONIA: WORM SYRUP A Never-failing Preparation for Removing andDestroying Round or Thread Worms in Adults and Children. Should any of the .symptoms briefly given belowbenoticed, the presence of Worms canbe safely concluded :-Restless ness, irritability, grinding the : teeth atnight,starting dur- .; .i?, gs-: ?,lgsleep.,picking the nose, dark rings: under the 'eyes,variable .: . appetite, &c." SOLD IN BOTTLES 2s. EACH Typhoid Fever ! The Homecopathic Remedy for Typhoid Fever, PLEASANCES SPECIAL TINCTURE OF BAPTISIA. The presence of Typhoid, Enteric, Gastric, or Colonial Fever, as the disease is variously termed, is becom ing alarmingly on the increase in this colony: The atten tion of the .public is drawn to the value of the above remedy, either as prevent...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

SColclges atnd Schools.J " FINIs CoIoNAT OPus." BRIGHTON. LADIES' COLL-EGE ST. ANDREW STREET, 1 :Nea th'e Town Fall SPRICIPAL: 1MRS. J. HAINES,... (Late of Clifton l-ill Ladies' College), For several years teacher under the Board of Education; Assisted by MISS, A. E. COX. English Literature and IMathematines S. GRENFELL, B.A., L.L.B. French and German, IEIER OTTO !IULLER. Drawing and ainting, J:.:F.::JONES; Es. , Pianoforte, T. J. TIAMMAOND, Eso., Miss BURKITT, R.A.M., " 1Mus. OR,- imnd Miss A. E. COX ý Calisthenics, " l ISSES 'DICKI iand ;MO1ON. Residenoiet overiess: MISS A, E. COX. TERMS" - ..-....-(Payable in advance)- Day Pupils: Englisi(as below), also Langnages One and half to Four Guinens per Ternm Ilesident Pupils (under 12 years): SEnglishl (as-below); also Languages, i ·lsic, and Painting ' Twelve Guinens per Term Resident Pupils (over 12 years): English (as below), also Languages, Music, and Painting Fifteen Guineas per Term ENGLISH in its various branches com prises R.ea...

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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUL.Y 2A. Present--Ors. Clarke (president), Ben ?-son; Robinson -W oodmason, Martin; Edsall, HMercer M Kiiley, and Hey= ' The: minutes of flast= mteting-ni ern "riad and confirmed, and the secretary's outwaid coriespondence read and ap. proved of. The inward correspondence was of an unnimportant cli'alctes':f' " IEI'ORTS. The Public Works Committe -re comniended the acceptance of Willis Bros.' tender f?or the supply of metal ;at;Ss 5d per yard. That with refer ence to F'owler's claim, the.Gas Com pany be mfL?imed .ti?t- this council does not ackiowledge` aney liabiiity'iii the maitter of recouping him for any damages ie may have sustained througlt the freprted',accident;to a. horse on the Dandenong road. That Mrr.- Singleton be informed that this council would lbe wllini o po'lanti tires on the road near his property, provided his neighbourswould join in the ex pense, so as to "obtain uniformity. That the Snrveyor be requested to give the Iabuilding l...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LEMONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

LEMONS. LEMON JAM.-Take six lemons, slice them thin, and let them stand in three quarts of water for thirty-nix hours. Then boil till the lemons are sender; add 5lbh sugar, and boll gently for an hour with the sug.r. BROILED LEMON PUDDne-.-Ingredients : Half a pound of minced snot, jib breed crumbs, the ju?ce and peel of two small I-mons. 6oz moist sugar. Ilb flour, and two eggs. Mix together the auet, bread-cruonbe, augar, and flour; add the peel of the lemons finely minord ; moisten with the lemon.juioe, the beaten egg-, and sufficient milk to make a thick batter. Boll three: hours and a half. BAKED LEMON. PUDDnnG -Ingredients : The juice and grat-d rind of one lemon. one tablespoonful of butter, three eggs, one tea cup of sager, two tablespooneful of maizena, and two cups of milk. Put the milk in a saucepan on the fire. When it is hot stir in the msizena, which has been mixed with two tablespoonsful of cold water. Boil till it is thick, stirring constantly, then add the butter, a...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

. o?AKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. V. eusoi4 Juc1y7 19.i~ Presenit i. rs 'I'lbipson (president), Wilkes L'vid ' aylor, Mr sh ll Leonard, Wilson, Willis; anid Arm stiiosyg COiRiESPOXDENCE. Fromh F. 1V Beneon, callin~ g e:ten tion' to the vagaries of stray cows, ihey constantly intruding. oni the grounds beloiigingn to the trulstees of the Oaklleigh Congregational Church. -Referred to tlie Inspectbr of Nluis ances. Fromn E. L V'ail, giving notice that he h td sold his. propoitidi iii Mui grive; thlat in'HighiS treht ?toMr.1 H. Lughes, of Rathldowno street, Carlton, for £37 10s., and shortly- afterwards he thad sold for £60 tbo Mr. JfS.Siis Sundercombo, of'eilollourrie. A Bsso t~hat ho had sold his farm in Waverly road, to 3Mr. Ebenezer. Hunt,/ of Williams road, Pmhran, foir £45 per acre. ;He :did this'that they-might know to whom 'to epply fol nritei.-Ž Heceived. Them reminder of tihe correspondence wvas of anl unimportant character. ..TIE- NIEWGAS -WORKS., The PresidDeit iceseiitedf thhi dri...

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A KING MAKER SULKY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

A KING.MAKEB SULKY. Marshal Caupos, who restored the Bour boo? in 1874 by his pronunciamento. has (writes the Madrid correspondent of the "Daily News") since then been the m-ntor of the Liberal party, and a sort of military proteotor to themenmoese eof the late King llfonso Senor' 8ag~gnta appotlntd-him spntalinGeneral of Madrid, the highest ml itary command in the kingdom, at the head of 14 000 picked troops. The last dally duty of the Captain General i to get the pase. word and counterasgn for the garrison from the Sovereign himself, or the member of the Royal family next In uaocessio. to the throne. Daring the absence of the Infanta Isabeota and the Regent, thib member hap. pened to be the Infants ENollie, wife of Prince Antonio de MIonenaler, to whom Macshal Ccampo deolined to go, though re qest-d to do eo by the Mitntter of War. He resigned his command, saying that he could not go for the countersign to the wife of a major ofe a BHuar regiment under his orders. The action of th...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A HINT TO HOUSEHOLDERS [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

A HIN L' TO HOUSEHOLDERS SMadam.' said bhe landlord of a Park street house, as he called the other morning.' I have come to tell you -that-tb ---' * Tha you are Roing so lift te renut ito1. per montb,' she interrupted.' 'Well, ye ,. Rents have sharply advanced. on know.. ,UWll, we wo's say it. ' No. I swore. note and y7o will move on lt May. ' so, air: and meanwhile you an pot a tiUn on 00 ho.e.. I lba be ooal roo happy to ,hon peop'e througlh.' 'Indoed, but you are very kind.' 'Oh. no, I ain'. Oar cat died ibis omeniog, and I'll chook ber.body into a barrel down cellar and tell everybody bshase are goinog o move on masont of ewuer-eae.' lh I What 'And it one ant in'~ enough I'll get another, and also add an old eodfi.h?' ' Madam, do you like the house!' 'Fairly well. ' And is the presHn rest satisf-a'ory V 'Perfectly so.' ' Then stay for another oear I prefer to keep a ood stnant even if I doo't set quite o smua rent Gaoo day to you. Madam, and if you want any epairs made 'please s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 28 July 1888

Post Ofice and Telegraph Departmeit, . ,-;General Post Oflice,, IMelbourne, 17th July. 1SSI T ENDER8S are invited and -will lie S received at the General Post Oflice. Melbourne, rup to noon on Tuesday, 7th August, 1888, from persons desirons of leasing to this department for,three (3) years pre mises at Cheltenham, suitable for Post and Telegraph Office. FREDK. T. DERTIAM, Postmaster-General. Poat-of;ic anad'Telegrapli Diepartnit General Post-oflice, Melboured; July 20,; 1888. 0N O T I- . E. TENDERS are invited, and will be re ceived at the General Post office, Melbourne, up to noon on Tuesday, 7th of August, 1888, from persons desirous of LEASING to this department for three years, with option of renewal, PREMISES at Meutone, suitable for Post and Telegraph Office. S FREDK T. DERIIA-f,, Postmaster-General. - Education Department, S Melbourne. 25th July. 1888. e- t is hereby notified thattoeachers niot desiirons of not taking advdititgeiof the public holidayprbclaimed for the Centen...

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SEEING WITHOUT EYES. (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

SEEING WITHOUP EYES.E E . Br A Sr. LOUIs YOUNG LADY. (sr. Louis rOST-DISPATcno.) Occasionally you find a clairvoyant who is not "In the business," and who makes do pretence whatever to an inordinate fund of enlightenment on all topics, good add evil.. It was the lot of a reporter for the " Post-Dispatch" to make the acquain. cance oa one of the latter class, and during a sitting which extended over an hours time she snowed him marvels of the possibility of which he never for a moment dreamed.: The name of this phenomenon is Miss Geraldine Twist. Miss Twitt is a pretly and charming little lady, who somertimos acts in the capacity of clerk for a pho0 grapher on Seventh street, near Olive. She is twenty-two years of age, and he, wonderful faculty for seeing objects without she use of her eyes is as marvellous to Hereelf as her friends, whom she sometimes puzzles and amuses by a display of ldes peculiar faculties. A etodent of ooouitism or some chela of Mime. Blavabsky would pro. oably ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

o not. forgest if you feel wauk aed depresled, sod out or trle. bsta yon hkee a, remdy In DUSIONI'B COMPOUND ESSENCE of DANDELION. Ibis medicines purifies sh olood and tones up the system. It cures iodlgeslon and nil forms of liver. omplaoint. nervous weknens. loot, rbematlierm. dropsical tendenoy.o and all diseases whloh bavre their origin Is e loogish and disordered liver. Duntoeies Pills are roommended as a useful family medicine. .They clear ths system and promote s ejoyable appetit. Duastonts Dandelion weenso, fe. ae botUol; Dune sttaen' filyu He hem b, ef all piaeusieb..e n) For reoforlg gray or faded balt to It4 ortfinal DU4BTONI48 HAIR AINOVMTOR I. eopectatfy rdatble. iblisaa ao eletat tolet prepaattor. and oover aldl to prooote tb avaoth ad beauty of the a,,aond to reader It dighltally soft anaigloey. It tourbI blt weok and fainla off. juat try ag.dd. attW, add you wil be wall plasead with. the reittl lttjur purchta. Bold by al Otelatm tbrouhobt the donate. Ise oazlal to Nb...

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AMERICAN PROGRESS. (FRANK LESLIE'S PAPER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

AMERIUCAN P1UO(RtKESS. (FRANK LESLIE S APEB.) Our population,which bas passed 60,000,00C0, is increasing as rapidly a- our wisest econ,. mistedesire. Our agricultural and manufac. toring interests are as flourishing as they have ever been before, wheu their prosperity has rested oupn a solid and conservative basis. The 131.C00 miles of railway in operation in 189i; riesoed larger earnings than in 1886. The eo.ltal stock of our railways amounts to over ,000.,00,000dol., and their gross trafic earings exceed 830.00,001dol. per annoum. 'The most gratifytog feature of onr railway Pituation at present is the success which has attended the combination or u.ion, through purchase and otherwise, and upon honest conditiones, of large numbers of weak and languishing roads into great eye tesrre or trunk lines, by means of which nerging of diverse interests not only these railway properties, which before were worth. less, have become valuable, but the country bhrough which these feeble roads ext...

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ENGLAND CAN BE AND MAY BE INVADED. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

ENGLAND CAN BE AN)D MAY BE IN VLDED. Lord Woleeley presided at a lecture giver by Colonel Unelow at the Royal United dea. vice Iuetitution, and in the course of suime ramarke declared that there was a consensce of opinion among generals of the army ;hat neto country could on invaded and might he invaded. And when a genetleman made a statement ouch so that which hadn been recently made publicly-that it was impo lible to invade this country, because it vou d require a felet of 484,000 tone to bring 100 000 men to our shores-he had no doubt b,,t tbat that gentleman made that etateme nt in perfect good latth, but all no could eay wae that his information had misled him, ano that in a most aiecredisable manner. T'nue was a certain book, called "The Soldiers Pocket Book," with which he had something to do; aud the gentleman who male toua statement. and those who informed him, it they had looked into that hook, would have oeen that it laid down that to carry 1C0,000 men required only 150,0...

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THE UNITED STATES OF GREAT BRITAIN. (SAN FRANCISCO NEWS LETTER.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

Pi?E UNIIED SPATES OF GREAl BRITAIN. (SAN FRANoISO NEWS LETTEB.) -There has been a movement on foot for some time past throughout the Brltiah poe desslaon, which Is not as clearly underatooo by the outside world asit might be, but whfcl. is very likel) to progrens to a point whclh wlui compel the attention of the commercial nations in general and of the United statre Im particular. The conference held in Londe. last year of delegates from all parts ot the Empire was a long step toward the consum moaton of the purposes of the movement to whica we refer. Toe Ifea of fedcratino tues empire into a union somewbha after the model of the United Stete, has undoubtedly taken deep root 1a the minds of some of the soundest thiukeic to both England and her colonites. It i evident, from many different circumstancse, that the idea is being very ekttlully auc ..esiduously cultivated. Statesmen at homet hive, it would seem, tipped the wink it statesmen in the colonies, and the wore. hi, undoubtedly...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIES BE NOT DECEIVED! [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

WIT AND HU11OU[R.l. LADIES BE NOT DECELVED'I . 'Inferior imitations of Genuine Magic Soa Sin ton Oi.ikeL Look to tete brard. "A Hea? Pierced with an Arrow," it ou want your clothes waahed in twenty minutes with ouc rubbing er injury. The Victoria Soap and Candle Company. Geelonog. -

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DISCOVERY OF PEARLS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

DISCOVERY OF PEARLS IN IRELAND. Pearls have been discovered, it is just an nouoced, in several of the Irish rivers, and a gentleman, who is chairman of the'Omagh 'Town Commissionere, has arrived In London, bringing with him a packet of the gems waeon nave tean found in the fresanwater mnusels of county Tyrone. Some of these pearls are said to be of very fair size, mea suring over a quarter of an inch in alameter, while others r.oge downwards to the elesof smsll gun-shabot. They are asserted, more over, to be of fine qallty, and to abound in the stretches of water where the pearl bearing mnsnels have now been discovered. Toe etutemeni is interesting, though to those who know suythiug of the reputa-ion the United Kingdom enjoyed as a pearltbearing region in the middle ages Ihere will benutsting new in this find in the rivers of countr Tyrone. The find may, however, sLtmultte farther search in .the muse!e.hearing waters of Ireland, and it it quite posai:le, as in now asserted, that a c...

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CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TO-MORROW. Presbyterian.-Brighton. Rev. D. Gordon, 11Ind7. Elsternwick.-Roev. J. IIay, 11 and 7.' ... Oh eltclia m 3, Mentone 11, naid 7, -Rev. R. M. Fcrbgus, M.A. ' . . Caulfield;,Revi . B.) Macartney, llband 7 Armadale, Rev ?F.,1'ebb: 5 Elsternwick, Rev i. Ilailhache. M3falerri, Re'C:. J.' Godby I and 7. Oakleigh,i.Rci.T.i: 1Itast r". - Brighton Congregational.- Morning nad eveniung, Rev. J. Rickard.. i Malvern; Rev.: O." Moon; 1l-and 7°'-.-- Onkleigh, Rev. J. F. Gannaway, 11 ind 7. \'WesleyanM'.ethodist-Brighton, II, 1 i, R. J: C. Ingamells, and 7 Rev. J. B Smith,, ~.. Mill Street, Rev. W. A.Qulick 11, Mr. E ast BrightonM r. Charles 11' Ilcv. J. C. Ingamells 7.....; South Brightoh'RE 'v. .B. Siith 11, Mr. Charles 7. Chcltenham, Mr. Lelevie 7. J Mordialloc, Student 11: Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Rev. B. Wibberley ll'and 7 '.? ?.:. North Brighton, Rev. M. : Clarke 11 and South Brighton, Rev. C., Anthony 11, Mr. J. Clarke 6.30. East Brighton-Messrs. -H.Dunstan ...

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TORTURED FOR REFUSING TO FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

TORTURiED FOR REFUSING TO FIGHT. Our endeavours to establish peaceful rola tione with 'T'bet are (says " The Times" Oloivcts correspoudent) apparently fruitieso. ond the T'Litolaus still maintain an uttitude of sullen hostility. Toe political situation is reud-red soneoa?at embarrassing by thb difficulty of retaiinig the European troops in their present position dursug tee forthcolvi g rainy season. Were the European troops now withdrawn, in accordance with the arrangt iuents in contemplation prior to the recent att.ck, uur action would atfurd encourage ment to the T'oetan authorities, who woulo m.ae a vigorous attempt to reoccupy Sikkim. Un the ot utr hand, un advance Into liout with so small an expeditionary force, cem pelled to operate in a hostile and mountainous country far removed from its asee, and carrying with it all the neceesrry supplier, would simply invite disaster. All that c~n tr done at presenlt a to render our Unatoog en. campmenst mpregnable, to garrison it with da...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. : ! A spell of excepouolly cold weather is being experienced. all over the oclony. In the more elevated districts there have been heavy falls of snow. The pitroingly cold northerly winds of the past fortnight are celling severely on stook' of all kinds, par cicularly where feed is any way- eearce. On dairy farms the value of winter feed for the milking cows is at length beginning to be recognlsed, as bumbers of our dairy farmere this winter find to their no small loss that owing to the cold weather and:want otfeed for. their.cows there has been a sudden falling off'in the flow of milk ever sinoe the recent cold weather act in, and this has behappened just at the time, too,.when buttet is letohing a good price in the market. Crops and grass continue to wear a. healthy ap pearance, but the growth ofl late has beei? rery slow?. Theie is a general outcry for more rain, and this is not earprlsfng, as the total rainfall for the year up to date is considerably below 'th...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY PLUCKY BOY TOM; OR, SEARCHING FOR CURIOSITIES IN INDIA FOR MY SHOW. CHAPTER X.—BUILDING BETTER THAN HE KNEW [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 4 August 1888

THE UNG FOLKS. "^ *MY PLUOKYLBOYTOM . OR, SEAROHING FOR CURIOSITIEB IN INDIA FOR atYSIIOW* CHAPTER X.-BUILDING BETTEn THAN Ha The crisis seemed to be at hand. Both .r..Godkin and.Tom Bradeord raised their fi4~d levlled id'tin t the i' eircbls tiger, which stood only a few paeas off, apparenmly on the point of making a. bound directly at the little bamboo struo:ure, which, as the man had asserted, could have offered no more rliafel e' to his fury than so much tissue Before leaping, the beast, like all of his kind, would equat on his legs, so as to gather his mnusle for the terrific effort that would ,bring him upon the delendel. This premonitory movement was all they were waiting for. The instant the losp, graceful i body ; should -sink toward abe ground, the two would fire, trOeting that Heaver, would direct one of the bulless at least through the centre of life and stay the beasle, on the threshold, as may be said, of 'hi dssaault.'. "`B3it'thbe'iger did not lower hisbbdy. ' Like m...

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