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HELP FOR BELGIANS. PATRIOTIC CONCERT AT MOUNT EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914

HELP FOR BELGIANS. PATRIOTIC CONCERT AT AT MOUNT EVELYN. A fortnight ago thi ladies of 3It. Evelyn decided that anu effort sh.'ould be made. by the district to assist the distressed Belgians. A meet ing was called, and strong coi iuittlces formed, with Miss Helen D. Ellis as. ho. .- sccretary and Miss .-. Snowball as lion .treasurer. Tleri -were two strong diflicultes in the ay : seating a-dcommoditatinl aad i -pianoforte. - 'he first vas over come 1)) : oar 6ffer by `thei maul resi dents0of th;e di~trict -to::coanstitute a. form a-piece·,; l and-idi3 S.. Lean came- to. the 'fescue uwith :his .piano.` -The., concert took- place oil ?titur -cday ei':iiaig ifi: the Sl hoi rom,: c?hich was, crowvcTed -to_-ecess, and inuinbers .whod-litd taken; tickets hoad :to conteni tthemselves= bI listening outside. .:Mr G. A. Miatwell,. K;C., piesided,::: andd ..the .ihall ?as taste fully °decore-itel with niational.flags flow ems, etc. T' e programnimc com0 menced- with ~ G6bd ave Lth Kiing," afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914

LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS SA., J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER, ALL: TRAINS . MET. Orders Prom-ptly, Attended -To. CHARGES MODERATE FURNITUR , REMOVED At.Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER anid BUILDER, CLARKE --STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES. SUBMITTED FO-R ALL KINDS. OF .WORK. JOBBING WOR? A' SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY :--_ ATTENDED TQ. BOWLING GREEN TE&-1RO9AIS .,WISES to .conv y his Thanks. to 7the` Lily?ale 'puiblic' for th-: gener ous supp6rtb given' him dui-ing the past year, which has been very. lib eral indded. Also to intimate .that he has purchased a very Fine Assortment of NOVELTIES. ' OVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. ,NOVELTIES. . NOVELTIES. CONF1CTIONERY. -CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY., .well .worthy of -insiection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Goad this week. and. CHEAP.' W3ishing. all Patrons the Compli "-ents of the Season. .. . BAKER & PASTRY ?COOK Wis h~ Zla imate to the Resi dents of:LILYDALE"and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing "o....

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BOARD—KINNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 27 November 1914

brated at St. James' Church of England, Traralgon, on Thursday, 19th inst., the Rev. W.J.T. Pay being the officiating clergyman     when Mr Charles A. Board of Lilydale was   married to Miss Henrietta Amy Kin- na, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs P. R. Kinna, of Traralgon. The church was prettily decorated with white lillies and orange blossoms   by the girl friends of the bride.   The bride, who was given away by her father, was becomingly dressed in white crepe de chine over white silk, with pearl trimmnings and sha- low lace overdress, the train being interlined with shell pink crepe de chine, trimmed with orange blossoms     and horseshoes. She also wore the the usual wreath and veil, and carried   a beautiful bouquet comprised of   white lillies, carnations. and aspara- gus. The bridesmaids were Misses Alice and Ethel Kinna (sisters of the bride). lhey were prettily...

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PATRIOTIC SCHOOL CHILDREN AND TEACHERS. GOOD WORK FOR THE SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

i. RIOTIC SCHOOL CHL. DREN AND TEACHERS. SGOOD- ORK FOR THE SOLDIET-R --Thie l ctorian State School -Pat i'di:- e'~ e c spr sing the thious auds of State schools and tens 'of tho s.a . Cf s:liool children of VTic to"ri'O a r worknA g most successf lly onr definite lines to -render -mone try .assistne to "reiief h funds nad to teach'i practicallVy :sonieting of lthe love 4aiid dui t 6wed o the' Em pire .by:- all ~Austalian clildren as well as dilts. :4h eadyi thousands of girls are: at noik making: shifts socks,-: nighlingaaes, scar:.. A.chl -ra belts, ctc:, for- use: in. hosptal or -it tlie: fiontr. .lecentlyv; the 7lioe n Ib he Minister (MIr- . Livingston) tiand ? hi Director of Education (Mr Frank Tte MA., IS.O.) isited tbih is. Kilda, Park school -.Oneof. thl large rooms wa's packed 1Z tit war mater ia l--'a,- veritable: _wareh6ouse of un dercrotlung. anid *haberdasheiy re minarked Mr Tate::- BLothli were touchied and interested 'by- the jIiessages thie children -libc' sent .on t...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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[?]ELBA CONCERT AT HEALESVILLE. [?]HUSIASTIC RECEPTION. [?]TIC FUND BENEFITS BY £200. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

ACONCERT AT: EALESVILLE. J i.IASTIC IECEPTION:, SFUND .BENEFITS .BY: C200. all. lealesville, wasi on : -ll1i nst packed to its ..ut '"i. a't 10s 6d and; 5s W'it'l an entIhsiastic audl-: 1 a, 3lame Ilelba aIs the I'ilt nid shining star, Siu liIt tic constellation reierick Collier and fr mne. special train r ed iouve",re ViSitors from 1. tationI to Hlealesvi-le Sthe concert, a.nd a. good ~riled themselves of t-he 0 of again hearing the er telellntied company. Iht one over a, scene ,t enthlusiasm1. and as the I, enced with the singing ." ver , of the National bt 1. FredIerick Collier, 'l' ,i tihe audience and Sith fll 'as ily waving, ' girand'. Mlr Ernest. lh: ?,ia singer's brother, S." 1 K'now a Lovely ?l' ,ri sui ited his sweet Si(admiriablY. Mrs Geo. .ia reca-llCed f.r her dain ' d in oth numbers a, plcsiinIv suited to .~e lhose. .liss Dorothy a; p;lriotic recitation. 1 'Fnnain? was hardly nt bit nevelrtlhles her sing 'uvable. Mis Doris Mad JI-r audience's closest at .. lhc manipula...

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CRICKET. LILYDALE v. M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

'LILIDALE v. M1.C.C. A. team fron .C.C. Visited l. dale on Saturday last, to try IC clusion's with "1 10o cltry cul- . c1us s witli the lo,'cal club. W ,oo' house soon put most of the lil' 7leitcs to the righta.bout, ta:ki?' 7 wickets for 35 runs. llis how. ing was a )revelation to most +,i the ')Dale boys, as 1,: has a for midable leg break. with a. goodr lengsth and variety of pace. Lil. dale scored only 71, of wIhiich tie veteran Bob Morton, batting s?pi, did:y, netted 5l not out. The 1 1 boys cid well to get rid of ein'*h of M.C.C. for 112. a. the viitogh had some good batsIn. II Scores: Lil'dalh. A. Deschnnp, b \Voodliouse .. 0 W. Town,. b W oodhouso... W. Madden, b IMumnce...* C. M3udden. stp'i.- b \\oodhou., U R. Morton. not out ... ... 1 N oden b Woodhouse Fenton; b Woodhouse Hutton, c, b Bhntine . Eales, b Woodhouse ". 1F. )eschnmp. b Woodhouse ... Jenanms, run out. ... .. 4 Sundries... . T..otal... .. Bowliihg.:-Woodhouse, 7 for 5; Munro. 1 for 11; Buntine. I for 122. 31.C...

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M'MAHON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

M'MAHON'S CREEK. I (From Our Own Cor~respondent.) A. meeting of residlents wis held here on Shturday evening, Nbven her 21, to . make a presentation to tlih brotllcrs A- and 1. N. Jans 'ho. Ih've - jolned hioe - copd exple dtionai3ryfdrce; ol a wi-ý istldt 1N?ateh ea?-l'. .slme ': presenta?lioi? ias iiao'd" taa% social t md stippr, a very plans a"t een'ang being 5pent. T}'pre - ilt.: i?3rt-. ~` irace- oil behalf of t.he a 'few well, choseli: words wished th-ei God: speed and a. safe return. Mr \C:, Spacke it d others made a fewl remarks, and wuislid them a safe Joui·ii ey ahd hanpip.; return `J'hle suppe r was given by -Messrs 8pairke Bros:. of thelReefton Hotel, wcho deseirv very much praise for the exceelleioe of their catering.

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

RINGWOOD MARKET. D. . M'Clelland and Co. r.port: --Market 'heavily stocked. 31ilkers, to L10; fat cows, light, .to L( 5s; springers, to LT 5s; store cows, to L2 17s Gd; line of good heifers, to L2 4s;, other lines, down to L1 12s Gd; choppers, to L3 .15s; all meeting .with ready sale.. .Pigs.- Baconers, tb LS; pprket?s, from 31s to 41s, according to size and qual ity; slips, to 16s; sllckerý, to 12s Gd; calves, light, to 12s Gd. Fowls. -Cockerels, to os Id pair; hens, from 2s 5d to is .3(; chjckels, frlom Gd to is 4d; ducks, to 5s 4d for table birds; othprs lower. Horses. -Our special inspectipn f , military horses on Saturday last was a great success, consideringr the class of yarding offered. At out last regu -lar.sale only nondescripts were yard ed. --for whicld prices were low.

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

CROYDON. From Our Own Correspondeuf. Tlhe news thhit a pound is aibout to be again cstablished in the neigh borhood of Croydon is m-aking the cow pests feel abashed. Would th'W fact of a little more police super visioii in the townsllip . caus the vaganit class of humanity to be less in evidence? \We are having more than a'fair shaire of tramps, some very' undesirable. r-;The' annual examiiation f.r quali fyimig anI2i merit 'certifica.es was hield iil the Croydon and Montrose schools (as well as in other mentres) on Ttiesday, 241th November. It is to be hoped that a higlihr elementary school will be established in the distiiet, so thlit qualilied pupils ian take up further courIses after leav ing the elementary schools. li' C. E. Campbell, of Kiiylth, who hI;s joined tih second expedi tionary fcrce, was on Saturidy iigl ht entertained and presented with a smoker's outfit and money- bag. Messrs Tomkins, M'Nualuhton, and Lahgley, representative of the Fruit gi'owers' Association and P...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Do you want to help the dentist Then be sure to bite off all the threads while sewing and to crack all the hard nuts with your teeth. He will, or ought to be, very thankful to you. Do not patronise travelling opticians. They seldom know anything about the business, but are often bold bluffs. Glasses which do not fit the eyes are more injurious than none. The eyes are too valuable to be, tampered with. As you find articlel needing mend ling, put them all in oee basket or bag with the patches, etc:, necessary for the work; then some day when you want to think or to listen to reading, get these out for work that will not need thinking about. Fill your salt and pepper shakers by means of a funnel, and save scattering the salt and pepper about. A funnel, is also useful for separating the yolks and whites of eggs. The white will run through the funnel, leaving the yolk in the upper part. A little table on wheels to trundle things in and out from the kitchen to the dining-...

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SEEN FROM AN OBSERVATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

SEEN FROM AN OBSERVATORY. (By Old Father Time.) Yes, but it' is decidedly different when the romantic lover turns into a rheumatic husband. 'The dove of peace isiflying high- to get out of the way of warring aero planes. A poor compromise is usually better than a big lawsuit. When you and your neighbors all agree, 'tis then the lawyer gets no fee. The girl with a pretty dimple sees a: lot to smile at. Some of us call beat George Wash ington in one particular at 'least-he couldn't tell a lie. - If all work and no play makes Jack *a ,dull boy, then all play and no work makes him entirely too sharp. Vorry is the clock that always sounds. the alarm long before rising time. Lhck looks -for something to turn up; -labor turns it up with thought and a spade.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

: • "AUCTIONS. : SA'TUDAY, JDECEMBER 12. A~i, tluee d'clock. On the Estate : lmost adjoining Etla.ilway Station, L BAYS WATER. 'To fill a great demand, M31ir . m... 'i?oodmason has instructed us to .'SELL, in Subdivision, his. ?M - nificent MELROSE, DOWNS ESTATE: MELROSE DOW '\S ESTATE= - Subdivided -into SMALL FARMS,, TOWNSHIP LOTS r GARDEN. IOME BLOCKS, : .ORCOiARD BLOCKS, FLOWER" FAR3-; :BLOCKS, WEEKI-END. F-AR.S... Nobody in search of. really.: First class-Land, close t5. a.. Station, =in.: on increas'ngly popular Iccation,' should fail to avail himself- of the chance --to. acquire '- one; of= these blocks: . REMARKABLY EASY TERMS, viz.: £5 DEPOSIT and 20s M.ONTHLY.. £5 DEPOS.[T aid 20s MONTHILY :. Irrespective of Size -or- Position of I tilh Block:. Get a BooklettPlan- of hi --Grand: : state from. COG:HILL , . H i1GHI TON, 79 Swiniston:. street;C .? SCOTTI;. B'ayswatcr. sAT U RDAY, DECEM?BER 5. it 3 p.m. At, Olindcla-Iotel, Lildale. 1 LILYDATLE AND MOONTROSE PRO PIER'TIES, unde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. BOLS N PURE AND VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVY' 9r) YEARS. MAG N E 8 Pure French Grape * RAN Y Cognac ~--- -- -- - The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh ~StewFounded 1779. -iA STRAIGHT TIP " S- DRINK STEWAFRTS ! " LIVE S'TOCK INSURANCE, ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE TIIEIIE. AFTER. RATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PIOMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. APPLY TO DALGETY '& CO.. LTD., MELBOURNE. Send 9d in stamps for a large Free trial bottle of the life-giving Vitadatio It succeeds where doctors fail. It soon cures Bright's Disease, Hytadid-. Liver Troubles. De bility,. Chronic Indigestion. In sornnia. and innumerable other ailmnrts. GET ADVICE (FREE) from 1 ^ S. A. PALMER 449 Flinders Lane. _ Melbourne. Vic. Ad Stores nd ' 516 bottle TfE IRLAý.t1NCi :iNG ^.rRD' Vor.derfuii but qurc easy No skill or practice ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

SILVER STARCH THE BEST IN THE WORLD arton 4 to 5 Ib Parcel i INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES Stud Notices. HORSE OWNERS Can secure the widest publicity for their Stud Notices by Advertising in this' Journal,;. which has the Guaranteed largest circulation in-the Lilydalo" and Upper Yarra Shires. NEATLY, CHEAPLY AND EXIPIDTIO USLY PRINTED at the EXPRESS PRINT RYI CASTELLA St.,-LILYDALE. THE CLYDESDALE STALLION PIREMIE R)M'NABB Will Stand this Season at .\ "TRALEE,<' YIARRX GLEN, Aind travel the' Surrounding Districts See Cards for Full Pedigree. • TERMS-4. Guineas; half on ser vice, and balancee when mare proves in foal. C. 3VWIIITE, Yarm Glen. To Stand this\ Season .at Lilydale. THEI CLYDESDALE STALLION LOCKNAW HERO (Imported from New Zealand, G. J. Bourke's) LOCKNAW HERO, byLocknaw (im ported, and ecntered in Vol. VI, of Scotch C. S: B.), who won second prize at Stranraer in 1885, in a class of 40 of the best horses of that day in Scotland; grandsire Master Lyon (2282).; g gr...

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NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

NEW INVENTIONS. COMMONWEALTH PATENTS Applications for grant of letters pa tent, which have been lodged in the following names, have been accepted by the Commissioners: Messrs G. G. Tiurri and Co., Patent Attorneys No 1, of Australia, of the Rialto, 499 Collins Street, Melbourne, have prepared this report from the official records - Inflating Motor Car Tyres.--The in ventors use a capsule of chemical from which gas under high pressure is pro duced. To inflate a tyre, the nipple of the containing vessel is attached to the tyre valve, then a handle is struck. This causes a spark which lights the material which produces the gas, which forces itself through a filter pad. The tube which allows the ga, to enter the tyre is regulated by a screw plug. This method "of pro cedure is. a quick one, and it will be easy for those who have motor cars to carry a number of small capsules containing the chemicals.-Messrs E. A. Smith and W. Withers, Victoria. Steering Motor Ploughs: The in ventor descr...

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LILYDALE SHOW. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

LILYDALEI 81101V, (To thicEditor.) Sir,-I was surprised to see by youi: columns that tzh Lilydale Show Committee IHave beca so chicken hearted as to iabindon thhi annual fixture at Lilydale this year. Surely there could h-lavc beca mealns ouund to rutu the ?howi oil smaller lines, by cuitting -liown tho prioze money hiid till number of sections. There does not sen! to have been a sug gostiou ill this direction, the one cry= oVldently , being, "Things dre bad; chuck it up.:. I think the Lilycdale society is the first I ltbve heard of abandoning their show. The principle everywhlere has been to keep things 'going at any price, and. don't get down- heavted,: Things; I 'will.admit, are faii fiom good as regarCds ovchirdists' outlook, bujutitis part was' p'ractically only na side line at the-shldw.o T-ihe hoise evets nwere the tlhing s ht took, a.d I don't thiink many of those who..have jumpers,: trotters, etc.,, would hav-e witlhhel.d entries o1 - accotont of the bai- times oqvr .which ...

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THE DENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

THE DENTIST. He. well deserves a laurel wreath, the man who tinkers with my teeth, when they are out of plum; he plugs them up-with 'melted lead, and soothes my swelled and aching head, and heals the tortured gum. 'Upon his skill your com fdrt hangs when you have. trouble, with your fangs, and seldom does he fail; his shining instrument he wags and draws the old insurgent snags, then draws his slice of kale. " No more you hear in dentist's room the shrieks of those who dread their doom, of those whose souls are sick; the patient calm ly sits and smiles, the while the den tist with his files and pincers does the trick. How different in olden days! The. dentist then had playful ways; he sat upon a bench, and took your head between his knees, "and, muttering, "Look pleasant, please," he plied his monkey wrench. It took six men to hold me down when he adjusted bridge and crown, or plugged a hollow fang, and travellers could hear me roar away upon the distant shore of Yang-tse kiang. But...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXVIII. LORD BELGRAVE GOES TOO FAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

THE - MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER xxVIII. LORD BELGRAVE GOES TOO.'FAR. Whilst Val Beresford was driftingto wards perdition on ..the bosom of the Thames, Ida Duval was.gs surely drift ing anywhere but heavenward' as she strolled through the ldeepening shadows with Lord Belgrave by her side. She was not listening to him, not even thinking of him) her heart had sunk in deepest dejection, and her mind was fully occupied with wondering whether she had been really an important fac tor in Beresford's ruin. To say good bye to a friend is always a trying pro: ceeding, especially if that friend hap )ens to be: the only one you 'have, aind - he tells you that it is on your account that he is going into exile. Was he afraid for her- The colour deepened in her cheeks, whilst her heart beat fast, but not with love, He was very -dear to her, as a true comrade -in mis fortune, but only one man had the power to stir her pulses, and it was not Beresford, nor yet her husband. "You are tired," said Belgrav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

£, A. ,gERTON 3tral Cash Store RA GLEN, Qr Customers and Friends.. - lf here to stay. We are ito mask a success. We' e the country and the Wp e like Our Busi. Piand strive to increase it ifall bonourable means. gEST GOODS and LOWE PRICES are what count. Order Will Convince You. f Ft-class Yalut in lOTHIN G BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY - CROCKERY GR0CERIES. hers Delivered all over the District. Don't forget the Address: . ATHERTON YARRA GLEN fal FOOR s National Cattle Food of all kinda. laon and Lancashire Fire Insur rse Co. SgArgus, Lilydale Express and il] weekly papers, TIN SUPPLY ANYThi1NG. i- ga._tc:t -aid yeti .`p: ivo nrespaper is your 30RB 'I?.NT 4r. If you do not feel able to advertisements, you can. give 'respaper your cards, dodgers, .ads, envelopes, and all busi printing to execute. The news r man wants it, and it helps to pay his printers for setting tk thousand and one FREE IICES he gives your town; but t give it to the printer or job ±ig office that can give you c...

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DOG LOVE FOR MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 4 December 1914

DOG LOVE FOR MAN. A dog looks up to man as though he were a god, and it is pathetic when we think how many dog owners come far short of the Olympian stature, and of being worthy of that mute idolatry. Yet man is the holder of creation's patent of nobility, to be considered a little lower than the angels, and a dog is-only a dog, and can not emanci pate hiliiself from his affiliation with the beasts. A stick is nothing to a dog till a man has laid his hand upon it and thrown it for him t rsetrieve. Straightway that fragment of a dead branch be comes invested with-all manner of de sirable -attribiltes. It is something to be clung to till the teeth break, if ne cessary, so that the way 'a dog ".hangs on" has become a proverbial expres sion for tenacity. There is nothing in the prospect of a -walk all by himself to tempt a dog to roam abroad; but. let a man ask him if he wants to, go' for a walk, and no comfortable place by the inglenook has any temptations for him. He is at once a. spr...

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