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Police Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 5. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. T. Platt, and H. J. Perrett. J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

/ ^'.mmiom:: ' Before V.m.ma^mi^W,tS.ivii Messr«.T. ; ; ?SlaaHtoa.alj: Perrett/J.'iiP. William James Ed watd«'-bn remand from Tue*. day, 25thFeVirn»ry, pp a Charge of baring no visible lawful means of support, was ^ieobargod. '3 A hawker's license wafejjrantea1 to Frank March, merit; also a slaughtering license to George H. Roweell. ^ __ ? ^ ? ,.-;-. ' . . ? Henry uiacnoge was cnarged thatlio «la on the 26th Janaary lMti at Blackman'e foiut, use certain abusive language to Henry St.. John, whereby a breaoh of the peaoe Wight hare beetf-oocasloned. - Defendant pleaded ..not .guilty. j£ir, , Kemp appearmnfor the plaintiff. '* Henry St. John, sworn, stated.— I went to Black man!a Point about five .minutes to twelve on the night of the 26th January, Jor the purpose of cros sing. When I drove on thopunt defoudant rodebu after me. On reaching the opposite sldlt tendered tbeJegal fare to the puntman, young Hancock, and ?paid he wanted more, as it was overtime. I said rwould not give more a...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

Local and General News. School of Akts. — A meeting of the codt mittee of the Port Macquarie School of Arts took place on' Tuesday night last, 5th insf., thai president, Mr. F. B. Hales, occupying the chair. The principal busi ness transacted was the appointment of a committee ior cue purpose or. revising cne by-laws ; purchase of £10 worth of books, to be procured from England ; and the appoint ment of a hall committee. Mr. G. E. Brooks, who was returned last week as a member of the committee, resigned his posi tion, on account of not being a member of the institution the term required by the rules, viz., six months ; and Mr. W. A. Spence, the next highest candidate on the list, filled tho vacancy. We might also men tioi th^t Mrs. Davis made the School of Arts a present of a nice clock, which will be found very serviceable. The Kempset Snow. — The following persons, residing in this district, took prizes at the Kempsey show : — Blood two year old colt, G. Lindsay'; ham, James Oatnp...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Small Debts Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 5. Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. Thos. Platt and H. J. Perret,, J.sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

^?'$^^lbtt«iJwirtv .-- BeforS¥.B:»Wos,Biq., P:M.,*Dd.Me«r..ThoI. :?*- i'J»ttwidfl.J. J'errett.aAff. ? EdJ^rds 4 Sonsy. J. W. Mclntyre,- TWa wu a caBSjngvhicli plaintiffH said goads to doftudant'n wife flwhe amount of £2 16». She bad mode tevenfiK^mUes to pay the claim, bat had not donoBoTW^ i IV-fsni1nnt afjlhxi tlioK tita«n4f« lind Dnl-. «o things in -:lroct oppusitiou to his wish, and after ho had inserteii u notice in the local paper, itopplng all credit to uer. - *- Tlie Bench stated that they were very eonFy t^tat such a case should have coino .und^i* their notice, aud would adjourn it till next sit^Uig, uobing that in the meantime it would besoty^l. * The Queensland revenue returns for February amounted to £273,416, being an increase of £69,021 as compared with the returns for the corresponding paries of last year. The Customs show an increase of £64,755. t ..- Owing to District Court Judge Mtirray having been spnoiutedto investigate the charges iutainst Mr. Fehon, the railway...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Abolition of Capital Punishment. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

Tie Abolition of Capital Joaisliiaeat. v K|,f ollowing is ithf sebbnclj.ar'tiole tip|ir|5the : jjibove subject, writtejp«by|-|eut(einain; inH ] Port Macquarie : — .'-Sri*.-'.'^ ^ ? \Vj. ..V' -'V Tho question of the abolition of capital — punishment is one whioh touches to the «ery .. oorejthe well-being of society. A question, Jin many minds, admitting of much argument; which, to others, seems .to be^ unworthy of serious disenfeton. It is one wliioli, sojpner or Jater,MuiBt': engage the- earneBt -attention ^5'our Legislature. The effect' of civilization, and a more liberal systPO) of education, has tended on tho one hand to cause a vastly higher ? * value to be placed in these later days on human life, and a consequently less terrible .penalty than the forfeiture of that life for offences which in their commission now fail to excite remark. . The animal nature, the demand of blood for blood, is an uncon querable aud almost irresistible impulse in human nature. From the earliest time...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Defeat of the Government. Wednesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

Defeat of tlie Government. (By Telkgiupu.) Wednesday morning. TlIK Mouse divided at o o clock: tins morning, on Sir Henry Parkes' motion, which was carried by 68 to G4^ The House immediately adjourned. Evening. Mr. G. R. Dibbs has placed his resignation, and that of his colleagues, in the hands of the Governor, and Sir Henry Parkes has been sent for. The House is introducing a few grievances on a motion for adjournment. Thursday. j Sir Henry Parkes has accepted gthe duty iW fnrniiii!T n new Government : anoRt is ex pected that he will be able to announce the names of his colleagues when the House meets this afternoon. None of the late freetrade ministers, except Brunker and Abigail, are likely to be in the new Cabinet. The selection will probably be made from Messrs. McMillan, Bruce Smith, Burdekin, Dan O'Connor Reid, Sydney Smith, Car ruthers, and Garrard. Dibbs infornied the Governor that Iih would assist in every way in procuring supply ; and should the new Government be formod, ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Petition Against Members. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

Petitiw Agafast Mentore. As stated in our last issue, MrJHugh McKin-7 non, one of the defeated candidates* for the Hastings and Manning,' has lodged a petition with his Excellency the Governor against the return of Messrs. J; H* Young and O. J. itouercs, who were elected to represent that constituency, in^the* present Parliament. The reasons set forth in the petition, which was published iu a Gazette supplement, are : 1. That at the last general election of members to serve in the Legislative; Assembly of the said colony, Janfes Henry Young, Uharles James Roberts, John Lowry Kuthven, and your petitioner were severally candidates to be elected as members of the said Assembly for the electoral district of tbe Hastings and Manning. ' ? . 2. Tilft at the nomination for tbe said election, leach of them, the said James Henry Youug, Charles James Roberts, John Lowry Buthven, and your petitioner, were duly nominated find proposed as *uch members, aud the Returning Officer then called for a ...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

«-.' -??*f#|&*':,! Boots. Boots. Boots, CHRISTMAS IS COMInS, -'li-JPJBW. Christmas 'Supply * BOOTS & SHOES ? * ARRIVES I'ERS.B. WELLINGTON. Tlit ^nnllty Is Good, *hc Assortment * Better, nnd for Cheapness and Neatness we defy Competition. ALL thepe lines have ffoen purchased froiu *he Official Assignee for the insolvent estate of Messrs. G. Brown & Co., of Oxford-street, at a fifty per cent, discount, and tire tfcw- being sold at Sydney prices, Freight and Commission added. This is no ♦ boast, liut a reality, which always comes after a fatality.* Heads of Families a!hd others should at once take advantage of this opportunity, and purchase at mjTLEY'S all Boots and Shoes required for Christmas. * F. HUTLEYf PRACTICAL BOOT MAKER, Hortonstreet, Port Macquarie i J. MADDOK, Hairdresser & Toljacconist, HORTOK-STREET, ? Port Macquarie, BEGS to announce to the inhabitants of Port Macquarie and the general public that he has now for sale a teL ? LARGE &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

THE DENTIL ISTfflJK, BOX If, imWTOWN P.O., ± f SYDNEY.## DR. C. E. HlU,&T.W. SLATER, Surgical & Meclmnical .* *? TENDERS.* 'f.; ? ? -i* * ' ,' T^ENDERSdVe Hirited.lKefore the 15th JL Maroffi for We ERECTION AND COMapETION of a TWQ£ipREY BR^p: HOUSE, AT WAUCHOPE. Plans and Specifications can be seen at the Australian Joint Stock Bank, Wauchope. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accented. Tenders to be addressed to 'M THOMAS WALLACE, 1^ ?? Koiupsey. Municipal Notice. rpKNDKBS, to4-c addressed to the Mayor, will JL Ac received up to 3 p.m. ou Tuesday, tlie 12th Murcn, .for two competent persons to act as VALUATORS for current Municipal year. GKOBGE \V. EDWAROS. ? Council Clerk. Auctioneer's # Notice. ^PATRICK DANIHBR, G-eneral Auctioneer, Fappinbarra, ^stings River, Is prepared to Conduct Sales in all parts of the district. Always on hand for sale — Horses, saddle and 'draught, broken and. unbroken; and Fat and Store Cattle. Good Secure Paddocks for Stock. * P. DASHE...

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A Celebrated Police Officer. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 9 March 1889

A Celebrated Police Officer. At the Quarter Sessions, Senior-constable   May, of Nambucca Heads, in giving evidence against a prisoner charged with breaking and entering, related the following sensational story of the man's escape and subsequent capture in that district. The prisoner's name was Myers, and he succeeded in escaping from the custody of the police. May set to work to find him. Said the officer, "I followed him for four days and nights through the bush, and he knew it, for he   dare not leave cover; he knew that I was   close upon his heels. At the end of the fourth day I saw something under a heap of bark in the heart of the bush, which I fancied was a man, and I ordered that something to come out and let me have a look at it. A man came out who was the prisoner Myers. I recognised him by his voice, for he had managed to shave off a fine beard and to change his clothes; the length of time he had been in the bush also altered his ap...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

10 THE KUITOK OF THE PORT MACQUARIE! SfEWS. Sir, — In your issue of the 9th inst. my attention has been drawn to a letter signed by a Mr. Hugh McKinuon, of 244 Sussex street, Sydney, in which reference is made to au alleged interview said to have taken place between him and myself, during which alleged interview, lie states that I admitton ' that I never heard him (Mr. Hugh McKiu jion) offer to stand for Paddingtou, ic.' Will you kindly inform the numerous readors of your influeuj^l journal that no such inter view took p4fe between us, consequently the alleged conversation did not take place. — Respectfully yours, ' THOMAS JESSEP, J.P. Sydney, March 12. The rchooucr Bellinger, reports losing a man over board whilst off the Dolliiigcron Tuesday afternoon. It was blowing hard and the forcshcet can je 1 away, knocking him overboard, the vessel going over him. Life buoys were thrown out aud n boat Towered at once, but nothing was scon of him. Lochiol has probably run his last race. Ho I...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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(Enclosures.) Sydney, March 11, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

(Kuclosurca.) Sydney, March II, ISS9. A. V. Drew, Esq., Sussex -street. Dear Sir,— I have perused the newspaper copy of Mr. McKin uou's letter re Poddingtou, i ud now beg to enclose a copy of my letter to that gentleman, which recapitulates the exact circumstances of our con versation. I have only to add that we met at the door of your establishment. On the 2nd inat. Mr. McKinuon culled ou me, requesting me to sign a statement to the effect that you were entirely responsible for what was said ro his candidature. This I positively refused to do, but offered to write a full statement of the incident to any newspaper Mr. McKiunou chose to name. I have not since been requested by him to do this, but having offered so much, I am much surprised at his garbled version of what took place. I may add that BOinc timo after the elcctiou mentioned I defended Mr. McKinnou, aud was only convinced that he had turned liis coat ou putting the question point blank. You may make what use of this you li...

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Something More About Paddington. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MAQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

flonw;tfctog'lffoM'^Twit IPA&fti&gttm'. i- TO TkB SOITOB OF i&E POET HAOQPABtE JflBWS * ' 8ir,— I /5nd I !ia\J! in M&-4&c$flnuon an opponent who 1 1 l$a by every jbeana to evade tho'.tjuestion nl ii^ue, aud vlio is 'not very {iauicular in the language he niakos use of ; and who tnakes statements » Inch many, not Knowing tho man, might be led to believe are true. ' It appears to tne that Mr. McKmnon is changing front as usual, now that I have mentioned the names of a few respectable business men who are' prepared to bear tn« out in any statements iua.de in uiy letter of the 12^ ultimo. He(ilr. McKiunon) sees it is nonise denying any longer all recollec tion of his intxmtion to come forward for Paddington. Mr. JlcKiniion admits lie remembers tin* tiniu mentioned iu my letter, but tries to make the electors believe that 1 camo running after him iu the street one; day, bi.senching him to stand for PaHdington, aud that he (Mr. McKiunou) said,. 'No,...

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As others See Us. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

[?] Jf^MM&eSWiti^Www0^ . ;-. .'? -??* ' ?' fi^B^ViNa deteruiined to visit your ilistrict aiifl '?? O^,f'^^^p/gar,^6^^:^\WSiL0n\iM:.^t 'out ,v,)r(.:;:jtmyellerabaveUBforetlns'JaeBcribBd the road JH v N' - rayon's -Pji^Jio ?Bunjeet ; juia ; W»uia ^fiere «uc« . ' , * ' .the jopportiinity to say -that; 'under tlie able ' j.,«,:- f:{!j)iferaigli|;;--f the ipireseiiti^^ Superintendent, '?' '^lirv Baker, the roads frare ryjo'vr in! passable ? . ordtrj though there is yet a inile or, two to ? lie cleared, formed, %nd metalled. When this is done it will be a pleasure to visit your V ' ? ; fo)d town ; and J haWrio doubt tnany of -the Manningites will «vail themselves of the opportunity to visit ypur prettily situated village, when all parts of the road are put ? ? in such order that either in fine or wet weather there -will be uo difficulty in travel ling on it. In reference to accommodation, it is fair, about as good as could be expected, and in one or two instances it is really very...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Important Land Court Decisions. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Important Land Court Scoieioas. At the Land Court, Balliua, on Friday, a uiost important decision was given respecting Riley's Hill Reserve. This reserve was revoked last year by proclamation, the Government Gazette declaring the land open for selection as special areas, residential selec tlOUO o&A S.VIS UtSl UUlt?, UUU llUll'lUaiUCllbkUl Art? per acre. A' second proclamation was issued raising the price to £15 and £30 respectively. Some, holding that the former proclamation alone was valid, attended the land office at the date when the land could be selected, and tendered fls per acre deposit, according to the requirements of the first proclamation. The land agent receivod the former's deposits under protest, and the matter was referred to the Land Court by the Minister. It was contended for the applicants that the first proclamation alone was valid, the second not being in harmony with (.lie fifth section of the Land Act ; also, the land having been proclaimed a special ar...

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Notes by a Bohemian. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Notes by a Bohemian. At a few minutes after three o'clock on the msrtnug of March 6th, the first act of the Dibits Government was brought to a conclu tliat overtook place in. an Australian Parlia ment, llie occasion was a want-oi-conndence rote, tabled l-y Sir Henry Parkcs, the debate upon which had boon carried on with decided vigor, and, on the whole, with good temper, during the Thursday, Friday, and Tuesday preceding. Roth parties mustered in great force, filling the Legislative Ohumber such as had never been Been before, while the interest was maintained to the very jinoU. In fact, until the division actually took place it remainod doubtful whether or no the Gov ornment would have a majority. For the time being four votes has settled the vexed question. Sixty-four votes wore in favor of tho Ministry, and sixty eight against it. Tho House adjourned, and Mr. DibUb submitted to the Governor tho resignation of his col leagues and himself ; and in doing so gave Hts Excellency an ass...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

Municipal 3HstoSo?*oI $^Afmoari&.*' ~ 1 ,J- ? -i - ?- -I ABSTRACT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE HAI**¥EAJt ENDlNO 4tb \ FEBRUARY, 1869, ' RKVKNUB. £ s. a. Balance on 6th August, 1888 ? 208 9 8 Arrears paid ? 18 2 9 Rates {laid... ? ... ... 68 18 10 Government endowment ? 125 '4 6 Special endowment ' ... ... ... 60 19 1 IdcenBO fees ' .'. ? 4 10 0 By-laws sold ? 0 10 . & £476 0 10 ExPBHDITOBE. e s. a. Maintenance of roads and streets ... 128 II 0 ' KsrUog ... , ... ? 89 5 9 Drain fJipes ? ? 21 4 0 Cartage! ... ... ? .„ 15 « SUimpii, stationery, and sundries ... 6 16 10 Printing and advertising ? 12 5 0 Salaries ? 18 15 O Balance a* per bank book £198 7s, to t baud 10s ? 108 17 0 ? * £470 0 jo I certify the above account* to bo correct, and to correspond with the Books of Account, ' Vouchers, and other Documents, in the possession or- power of the Municipal Counoil of Port Macquaric. JAMBS McINHKRNY, hUttm.. We certify that all Books of Account, Vouchers, or other...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

. ??''.V' !' ' '^J '? , ' T. * jT .'7: y - m::. 3&WK0 -j. j ljJSUJUHCE jqoHPANV.^TJliiJ was- an action --brough^ in ? the Supreme Cour^ Sydney, ^ by |bo' |lpn. James %Eenr jSeoige i Thor|itoni Iflppf Burnett Heads, while on;ipr way^St Normanton. t£b policies of insurance i were for £1500 and £500 respectively, and^&t the time thf were tekenjput the vesW, was under mort gage to tho-Oity Bank.v, IThe cose lasted for several days, and resulted in a verdict for defendant company. . ???' »*-'1 LOGX— Tie ifegular meeting of the Hope of Jtbejpfastings Lodge was* held an Thursday evening last in Jjhe ^Templars' Hall, the C.T. in tho cha% Members present 40, exclusive of three visiting brothers. The L.D. read, a letter Jrbra the D.D., notifying an intended visit of that officer on the next night of meeting, tbe 21st inst. After the usual business had been disposed of, Sisters Lena Chelman, S. and M. Woodlands, M. Gaul, and O.^Boltwood sang several solos and duetts in an enter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

News lias reached London from Iudia to t)ie effect that the Maharajah of Cashmere, Portal) Sinp, instigated a plot to piisou the British Resident in Cashmere, Colonel R. P. Niebet On the discovery of the plot the Maharajah offered to abdicate. Reports from Charters Towers-record the exper ience of terribly hot weather during the past week. Thirty-fire deaths have occurred in three days, tbc majority of which are attributed to the intense heat 100 to 1 10 in the shade being registered each Jay. ' Dr. Ullathorne, late Roman Catholic Bishop of Birmingham, is reported to be dying. NOTICE. ALL ACCOUNTS OWING to tlie firm of JENNINGS, PICKERING .fe CO. are respectfully requested to l»e SETTLED during the month, as our Mr. Clark is leaving our employment. JENNINGS, PICKERING & CO., Casli Storo, Clarence-street. March 14 th.

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Police Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 12, Before F. B. Hales, Esq., P. M., and Messrs. Thos. Platt, and G. Brananon, J.'sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

-?:r: ^ &&iQe-Joiwfc. r ? ; vr-v- '? ;Jr5ftJBSDA^^UEOH!42.v « l^nbe poitponBa*Me pt«is. HuiJ|^inst J; W; i fflntP*9n*0!-M». Spn :» mage iot ' ufingJSiMUicen l&mam, -inw Called, 'Mr. Kemp ippeaaaKior purtutiu.- ,-,:'-.?_- ..*;;? ??'5#. ??--'? ?''??:? . The toUo wing fresh evidence was taken?— ' peorge Strutt, Ewora, Btatod^-I %? tt *hai concert in the School of Aria on the night tif JMt -f *™9Sft «hu'Ungiuat tolde tbe door s I ww the disturbance at the dcoi- between defendant and another person. TotheBeuoh— I could tell by his appearanoe that he was tho worse for drink, i To defendant —I smelt drink on you as I-jWent In at the door ; I spoke to you as I went In. Charles Thompson, sworn, atated— I remember the night of the concert In the School of Arts; during the intermission defendant stopped me, and I stayed at the door during the remainder of«%he iujterval ; I asked htm to come over the road and have a glass of beer; he replied that he had not got the time....

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Courting Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 16 March 1889

i ?!^'''^oirtaag1l^^£.^ As loiig as life U worth haviDg.wfiA]!ayilanoy.tliat the^^puiethinB !?UH#^aBE^g^S reiuBe to *huik of -the'rotuit) would be wise, of course ;i1)nt «uoh a state of 'resignation' as ' 'that would imply would jMatok&u&dUw^dwuW.o! youth. -- Tue distance ahead is elwaya seeu , through TOse-ooloured gauze (by twppy I oik— by jiebple with young hearts or few years j and never more so than by Jaok when he is courting Kitty, and by 'Kitty when She ia eoon to be married, f ''?- ? ? ' . ' Thathomeof theirel-wbat a|»radi»e it ia to be. A nut for two 'love-birds,' into which nothlni; bat joy can ever enter. ? ??? ? ? Tho period of an engagement in an unusually refiuuig period of life. The gentle thoughts of lovers who respect themselves and each other soften every look and gesture. The girl is treated with extra consideration by the members of her family. He finds her every evening dressed to receive Win. Shesita in the beat room of her father's boose, wait...

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