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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

AGIIOULTUBAL NOTES. i Unless a change takes placein the weather before long the prospeets of good crop next e harvest will not be very bright. The he present year, ever since the beginning of (l January, has been exoeptionally dry, the as ground being at present as dry and hard as P in mid-eammer. Seldom, too, have we had 82 an many heavy frosts in regular seceesmlon. is The dry weather and long sold nights are beginning to work great havos amongst the cN growing arops; the yonog plants everywhere i wear a dwarfed and frostbitten appearance. , The grass has not suffered so muchb, but we e0 noticbyour correspondenta'letterethatwater 13 in many districts is becoming very scarce, to the tanks and dams getting very low. In vs New South Wales the pastoral outlook is in CI a very serious oondition, partienlarly in ca Riverins, where the rainfall slines the beginning of the year has not been more than Gin, The weather, generally speaking, has been mnouh more favourable in South Australia b...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PROLONGED EXISTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

A PROLONGED EXISTENCE. DEATni was not man's inheritance, but life I Earth was intended for a paradise of bliss, Unfading beauty. and eternal spring, Till sin invited dire disease into the world. "No nation can be truly great unless its people be healthy and happy, both socially nnd morally." remarks a modern writer; and similar sentiments have been expreased by the philooophera of alt ages, even if we turn back to the moet ancient people. "A sound mind can but dwelt in a sound body," said the anoent Roman. To be successfulin life men must purify their system before the mind can hsve its action in motion, and rls equal to the battle of lire. The feroid preachero[ the Gospel, the eloquent advocate of liberty, the mariner expoeod to the storm, the mechanic bent double in his workshop, all are liable to invasion of disease. Werereadymeaus taken to re-invigorate the system whenever its powers are felt to be on the decline, disease could not invade the citadel of life. Yet orten, when one...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

OAKLEICH SHIRE COUNCIL. Mlonday, A~gust 13. PrcsenLt: Ors Armstrong, Binus, Legg, Lavidge, : Leonard, Ta'1lor, Wr ilkes. Wilson and .Willis. . APPOINT?IENT OF PRESIDENT. Cr Wilkes moved iand OCrV Willis se: conded that Cr Wilson he elected p:e sident for the ensuing year. i This' was cairi ed unanimously, and on his as sunuing oflice lie in ;a :veiy terse and appropriate speech acknowledged tllh compliment paid to hlim,- and. trusted that the district would go a-head' :. Thursday, Anogust?. : Present: lThe Presidenti and the full : council except Cir avidge. .CORRESPONDEN E. T'rrom the ;Shire `of Mitiiawidiud Sout'h ],oundhy: roai d an iliaca - 15ll's .:Creek I;:ibrid e li':they desired a conferenceof .: representatives ,from their coiunil :in d also frnim Oakleigh oi these quiiestion :--Tlihe nemliers. for the iNorth. riding .were?appointed;to such conferience Frori the :IDeartmenit of Liind and W\riks notifyinitha`t the resedrvitioil of :lanId for recreatidon: pirposes, had libeen...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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ENGLISH AND INDIAN HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

ENGLISH AND INDIAN HEROES. Major Batlte and OCptain Urmeton were boried at Abbottabad with militarl honours on 20th June. The road to the cemetery was lined with soldiers, and the baud of the Goorkbas played the Dead Marsh in "Saul. The latest details of the attack in which they were killed ehow that the Goorkhas be haved with great braver, while the native offiror, Sabahdar Kiehnbir exhibited heroic gallanary. He has already been decorated three times with the order of merit for con epiounon gallantry. On approaching COhitabat heavy firing wee opened on the advanced guard, which was accompanied by Major -Bttre and Captain Urmeton. On its being reported that a Havlltoar with the rear guard had been wounded, Major Battre and Captain Urmeton 'joined the rear, and pla-od the wounded man in a danuy. The fre now became very heavy; and Major Battye ordered the Goorkhsa to retire. The jungle was very thick, and while retiring Captain Urmston was severaly wotaded with an axe in the left shb...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

STALLIONS. BROOD MAREB. INSURE THE?[I THU A·ThZ0&Le91&N 800S2TT. 70 Bsourka street woso, Ve buma. LABQOT BPuodlnsa .,. p. and sf rnctd Foods. £500 asims Praid ls Keeit. Tm011Au 000P1B, Taq..U.LLWOAVnso. _ Irsisares of COsc l03 A TSAR. £50 on Its0lim. £4 70g.; £100. Mar, 4 165. FOB UISSON, 850 on tpl1ca, 13 IIa; £20 an Be* w at 1. S emi aeaid, a witni sE. Vr UALMOEW SeHale saIgen requlisd whie re 53t5553L d

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

CEIT CHAT. There is nothing so much worn at the present moment for brideamaids as cream or pore white, and Pongee silk or some soft woollen stuff trimmed with awansdown would be fashionable. The dresses can be mt10 without any trimming at all, being simply but fully draped ; pink waistcoats ot a delicate light tone look well with the cr.am Pongee silk, and long Incroyable waistcoats of pompadour brocadeato some timesintroducod. The hats should be large and picturesque. Thu newest way of arranging sashea is to allow them to start from bows on the shoulders, tapernlug in a Vform to the waist, then widening out again on either side of the skirt, the ribbon turning up again to the waist at the back, where it enda in long distinct ends. Sometimes they are carried up to the shoulder in the same V shaps. Rlbbon is much worn on evening dresses, and perhaep the newest way of employing it is in long stripes on tulle foundation, so that the droes or skirt seems to be entirely composed of is. L...

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INEXPENSIVE SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

INEXPENSIVE SWEETS. RIla AUX CONorITURPe.-Boil eufficient rice in milk till tender and all the milk is ab sorbed; it does not require much milk. Sweeten the rice and flavour it with cin namon, lemon jaico, or essence of almonds. Iix in from two to foer eggs, according to he a'ze of the dish, and bake in a well-bhut tered Equaro baking tin, Whensot, cool annd torn it out. Have ready two sorts of jam of contrasting colours, as apricot and straw. Sbarry, and spread alterouto stripes of the jams, holding a silver knife or a piece of cardboard between to prevent the colours Srunning. Have ready some blanched atl I monde, and arrange these between each a stripe. The almonds may be coloured with I a few drops of colouring. APPLE TRIPLE. - eel and eore Some apples, and boil them gently till quite soft, flavouring and sweetening them to taste. When cold, lay this apple pulp in a glass dish, and cover with, good custard, and just boefore serviog cover this with .the whites of the eggs whipped...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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FAINTED ALL FOR NOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

FAINTED ALL FOR NOTRING. T° Elsie (recovering from a faint)-Did you kiss me, Mr Smith, when I lay helplss ? Mr Smith-No, Miss Elsie, I swear I did not. ... Elsie-Idio te s.lkes up her mindj to accept Brown the next time he cello. OGETLYMA., by requasl of lady - 'Con ductor, pua the lady off at the next corner.' Polite new conducto: ' Excuse me, sr ; seeme as how sheb' a behavin' of herself; don't seem no occasion for procceedin' to ex. trnmeos.' ' PAaDOn? m, sir, but I see you are bald. Now, I have a preparation-' 'Of course you have. I suppose some good old miss on ary discovered a cre plant in Asia which has a peculiar ability to restore the follicles to their original vigour and produce a magnil cent growth of silky hair!' ' Why, yes; that is--' 'We can'tmake a trade. I'm working that scheme myeelf.' AN infant was crying fretfully In his mother's arms in a street car the other day, when she turned to a man ast her side with the rEquest of : " Wd you plaze to look crass at him, er...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIES BE NOT DECEIVED! [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIHBBE NOT D-MOIVED ! Inferior imitations of GenuineMagic S..ap are in the market. hook to the boand, " A Heart Pierced with an. A?ow, f you want yoar clothes wasbed in twenty minates with out rubbing or injor. The VietoriaSoapand Candle Company, Geelong.

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. SCIENCE IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

: THE LADIES' COLUMN: OCIENCE IN THE HOUSE. In some recent remarks on the important Sart science is playing in all modern ednuca tion. Sir James Paget made the following Interesting statement :-" Even in domestic life, without come knowledge of Scientific sanitation, no hcme would be safe or happy. From this time onwards, ecience is entering more and more deeply into every depart.. nenlt of life. It must become a general subject of teaching, and it will continue to gain ground and acquire importance." There is no doubt that every housekeeper should have sufficient eciensice knowledge to give her at least eame -dea of the prin -eples of hygiene. And yet how often do we come acress instances of deplorable Ignorance of the laws of health amongst persons who are supposed to be well educated. "Without some knowledge of scientific sanitation no home would be safe Or happy." These words acquire a quite pecllar meaning in the light of the recent tragedy at West M?elbourne, where three youth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

lyRO &sL B 4iILIEUj `Auctioneers and Estate Agctts." : IrORNE "STREET, ELSTERN\VI OK .A.ntioi Sales Conduictied in Town ' Country.1: RENTS COLLECTED. .Agents for the Federal Building Society , IE hb i'c.s?e?al:Brickand Wea herhoird Villas :nd Cottagesto Let. and. for Sale in the immediate neighbourhood. Also Allot= ments of Land for sale in the best positions oh Eas Terms. Full Particilarsr may; be obtaied, at the Olice as above . . R. SEARLE, Local Managver EJA3fR & STEV ENSOi0 Land,.,Estate&, Fsinatnlce Agents. LARGEA AD SMALL SUMS. OF MONEY TO'LEND: Sales During 1SSS8over £600,000; Owners Hav ng PROPERTIES FOIR SiLE Should Send lPrtiitulars. PATENi S REGISTERED:. ]IS lENI ONS PRO ' TECTED. IMWP.ERiAL =.CH AMB.E+R8S, BA , K PLAC', :: Off78' COLLINS ST. WEST, CITY. HEARLE, DIXON :&-CO. AUCTIONEER C' J. H EA R/tL E. C. J. IISAILE3, HMsSToxu. S. LE. DIXON, 67 CrrisAxci:r ? .LAs,; M??lhii G;?fO. KEYS, CIIiLT .SU. :'; llccntoe, Chieltenlhamin, 67 ·'haacc...

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MALVERN POLICE COURT. Saturday, August 18. Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall and Sykes, J's.P. STRAY ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

MALVERN POLIOE COURT. Saeturday, August 18. Before Messrs. Jones, Edsall and. SSykes, J's.l. sers.1 hill and Watsoil for allow inig thlieir hories to strity. oi: the streets of the shire were each fined 2s lid for eiacli horseivith 2s 6d costs,' and W. G:- Kent for having unregistered dogs in his possession had to pay a similari: :: I?' JOCK'tY'S5,TROUBLES. Jalmes Webb proceeded against Ben jeniiiin Bailey for an' alleged debbt of £20. The plaintiff is a jockey, and the '"defendant a racehorse owner. Coinplainant's case was that on the Ist or 2nd of last May, he entered 'defendant's service at 12s fid per week with board and lodging. On the 7th of July lie rode lielldomonia in a steeplechase at Elsternwick, and on tlie 23rd and 24th he rode Denbigh in the Hurdle Race at Moonee Valley. By the rules of the YV.R,C. he. is en titled to receive £5 for riding a losing hurdle race, and £10 for a steeple chase. Webb suffers from an injury received through ' falling in one of the r:aces;- ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

Colleges anid Schools.' - : FINIS CORONAT PUS." . BRIGHTON: LAdlS iCOLLEGE (" Ellesnere.") ST. ANDREW STREET; Near the Tewn Hall S PINCIPAL: M5;RS. J HAINES; (Late of Clifton Hill Ladies' College), For several years teacher midcr the Board of Education, (Assisted by, !,, ? MIISS'A. E. COX. English Literature and Mathematics, S. GRENFELL, ,B.A., L.L.B. French'and'German, r ?- - HERR OTTO MULLER." Drawing and Panting, -'J.F.'"JONESrEsQ. , - ' ~.:Pianoforte, ;.' : T. 'HAMMOND,Es., lMifs BUlRKITT, R.A.M., Mns. ORR, and ', ?.r- , rIMiss, A..E. COX 8 ,Ciisthelnics, -; " ".?.· MISSES DICK and MOON. IResidcnt Governces: S MISS A, E. COX. TERMIS (Payable in ndvancc) Day Plpils:i r, :; .T English'(as below), also Languages .. One and half to Four Guinens per Tern Rcsident Pupils (under 12 ycns):a English .(as below),f also I Lantgnages,: .Music, and Painting Twelvce Guineas per.Term Residcent P1lpils (over 12 years): i English (ns below), also Languages,' Music, and Painting . .. - Fifteen .G...

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Old, Bind, and Poor. Old ! [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

ofda. Bfnd, and Poor. Old L The tale of my twelve months has nearly bea told; U y muscles have dwindled my footsteps are weak, And wrinkles and seams are in forehead and cheek ; I tot:Pr along with the aid of a cane; Mr mind is a eshaor, my body a pain ; A wreck and a ruin I am to behold Old I Blind 1 My eyeballs are sightless but nature is kinds. The beauty around me is lost to the eight,. The trees and the blossoms that uneed so delight, The streams and the skies and the bright light of day In misty forgetfulness fsded away. No sease of the beautiful left in the mind Blind ! Poor ! Not even the needs of the moment secure I No eabin whose roof-top may shelter my. heed; A deoperate clutch for a morsel of bread;: A pitch on the coat and a rip in the shoe A hole in the hat where the white hairt come through; Just look at my figure its garb and- on- . tour- Poor I Old 1 And why should olt age seem' so. flendlea? and cold? There is rest for the old when the hilltop they cain; The rest o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

Special Averlisements . IPALLOT AND WOODMASON, 10 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, i1'TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVERN. -ITHE CHEAPEST FURNITURE - WAREHOUSE South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for £18 18s., for netcash : Dining-room Palliasses'... .. 0 11 0 Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Full-sized Flock Mattrass ( 18 6 Bolsters :. ... l£1 7 6 Flock Bolster 0 0 Cedar Chiffonicrc Safe, Polished 1 6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows .. R:.... " 0 Six Cane Chairs ... 1 4 0 Wash Stand, with Towcl Rail, 0 9 G Bonnd Table ... 12 6 Dressing Table ... .. . O 0 Table Cover ... ... 5 Fll-sire ToletSt ... O 10 6 londerand Irons ... . O 12 G One CaneChair ... O 0 M3attiig to cover room ... .. ..0 10 6 Toilet Glass ... ;. 0 Hearth Rug ... 0 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... O 11 Kitelne , Slip Iat ... ... 1 6 Table ... ... 12 0 :Bedroom Jeat Safc .. . 0 11 6 FnllasizeBendsted... ... ... 1 10 0 Two Chairs ... ... ... 0 8 0 We would call attention to Special Price List for Ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

. ý.H ..... r.... ,t 0 -a V b STOMA POST 00 0 RO8 yze a I OMiPA r LIlrMD. sheG LAMB EAOg, To be wegit?ite a n ,.r .e Oomp at el Bli• ,tle, CAPt'AL I al i1K, Io l8.,0 Sehares of Al ea Payable, 6te. poer ke. o a pp;laton, ?. pePr Shae an 'Allotment, be..per bharb i Thme Monthe, 6r. per thor in ix Mon"ha. ,5600 shtrI hne nready been taken u pl? ately I eai-g 8.60 to be .ua ncElhd for. MO PMIthSc ettIn. sor PROMOTERS MEBOS wilbe Ie8 . Wheehare list wil rems.. open uatnl SIlt Aouemt 88."B Sh.re tIl be actteod acoordnlg to priotlty of appllation. - Ofns oe the Oompanyl No. 6 Qvean'o Walk, Swanton laens PaOVItION&L DIE0ORS: The lfoa. L. 'llth M.LA. 3J.. Eltsa c. J P. Max T Krelmtayer, RFq. Nathantel LnevL q, J P. ' BANK R8 1 lo Comamerdal thonk Limited, Golins Street, Melboulroe SoLOlrTOR I Plantk Olilrma Eq.. 07 Qu?ee street, Mel bournlme " URIY4OKI I M: ers Fowler and Oatwld, Temple-corm. BSOR3rARY (pro term) I r. Oer?e B.. ar", Qureea-.walk. . " Hngl? • eeae. Johnb,' ana Oanoan,...

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THE BAD MANNERS OF JOHN BULL [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

THI BAD MbANNERS OF JOHN BULL Our Amseican cousins are ou sm resit eritics. Fortunately we rs a thtck-kiunned race, and not wounded deeply by Uncle Sam e erua eriticis-, who is, perhaps, anxious to have his revenge for Matthew Arnoldl's trictures on his own social failings. He appears to be growing terribly hard to please in all questions of deportment, and we shall be obliged to import some Yankee Tumey drop to enable ue to reach his own standard of excellence, for ae yet we seem to have studied the' ingenieue arts' to little puorp?e, if we are to believe Mr. T. W. Rigginson, who, with that commendable patriotism for which his enterprising race are remarkable, maintains in the ' New York Forum that the English are much worse mannered than his own countrymen. ' It happened to the writer once,' he ays. ' to find himself for the fiGrast time ao a dinner-party of scientific men in London, a dinner of the Royal Society. The next person at the table was an exceed. trgly clover man, whose...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

SSTANDARD 7IUTUAL BUILDING : rcsidecnit l-Jnes Smith Js.q - , ie-'ic ,,,-.i odo n ..t--.dri h' - on. : 7 i te nr=' Si-hs'ting e is lb; ' . . W i , El ?. ' ; i . ZeZvenboon, Isq,, J.P. ; 1. L. Stodart, Esq. Solicito-?lontanu-, Coher, J.rq. (McMssr '?'.vcy. X'iisoin a'id Colcu). Table Plo,-Phowing the lpnvments per calen der month (principal and interest), for a No. tof? f Monthly Tot' ! Am- I nerre t for the years RelInymcnta I ount ru lalI whole term T"Pour.. 2 . l I• 117 10 I 17 i10 Sic -1 Ii 160') V l 20 00 Eight. .I !i'1 1 ta 1 :10 0600 TW,.[ . 1 1 10 1 [ 410.00 Twelve.l , 1.1 8 I 2 1,0o . ft 0, 0 Unddirthe abovel table the Society is prepared to leiid tlircc-fonrthrlbf tle value of approved securities, and in special cases a larger proportion. Borrowers have the privilege of paying off any;time, viithout notice,. the *bwhdl or portion bf their Loans., N.?l.-Under the Twelvo Years' Scale the I1"payant is only Is per wcek for each £100 advanced. DEP'OSITS IRECEIVED AT IllGIEST CUR...

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DEATH OF 'QUEEN' ESTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

DEATH OF * QUEEN' ESTHER. Considerable sensation has been caused at Chatham by the deatn of Mrs Esther Jezreel, the leader of the New and Latter House of Irasel, which occurred at her seat, the Wosolands, on Saturday, 30th Jane. The deceased was known to her followers as SQacen Etcher the Virgin, the Mother of Israsel,' and they were taught to believe that rho was 'The Woman' who, 'brom in hand, had been placed to sweep the bouse (or body) in tearoh of the piece which the first woman lost, and which the lost Eve shall now find'-Mrs Jezreel being the last Eve. ' Queen Esther' had been ill Only twelve d-ys, the canou of death heong in flammatton of the kidseys. Among "the felthfal' the grea:cet consternation prevails ; bus they have tried in vain to prevent the fact coming to the knowledge of the SGentiles,' as they term the publio. The removal of Mrs J creel (writes a' correspondent) is a striking, if sad, c.mmentary upon the cou.,ral dc-. trine of the Now and Let or House of I?rael....

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BLACK BLOOD: A PECULIAR CASE. BOOK I.—1815. PRELIMINARIES OF THE STORY. CHAPTER I. HOW SIR JOHN TALKED TO HIS NIECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 25 August 1888

iBLACK BLOO-D: A PEOULIARB CASE. Br GEORGE EANVILLE FENIN, -Authorof ' The Master of the Ceremonies,' 'The Parson of Damford,' Etc. BOOK I.-1815. PRELIMINARIES OF ThE STORY. S OAPTER I. '"OW neta Jo3s TALKED TO H13 NIEaN. 'Get out l' SBut uncle, dear.' 'Don't bother.' SBut, really, unle-' 'FWell, what is it? Here Ive put it all before you in plain English. Phil says he Iover you, and he wants to marry you. Anthony eaye he loves you, and he wants to awrelyon. s, uncte, I know all that.' 'Oh, you know all that, do you? And Dnow wOman-like, you want to know about the money.' SFor shbame, undce: I do not.' _"Oh, yes yondo loan see through you,. Well, oit's income will he just about the -sme as his cousin Anthony's.' 'Uncle, I wish on wounldn't talk about monear.' Shall I Phil will be Sir Philip some day, wienthe gravedigger has pitched the clay in apoe my coffin, and danced his grim death oromilpe over my bouse.' ('Uncle, dear uncle.' "-Yah 1 If yun dare to cryl Now done't ""iL I do hat...

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