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LILYDALE ROVERS v. SEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

LILYDALE ROVERS v. SEVILLE. This match' was .coucluded at Sc ville on Saturday, when tbe Rovers wcre defeated by 46 runs on the first inninigs. Scores : Lilvdale R'overs. Sleeth, c Duck, b Le Page ... 11 A. Sebie, c Payins, b Wallace... 9 ft'ephens, c W. Read, b Duck... 32 W'ardell, run out . .. ... Bowring, c Steveis; h T)uck:.. 13 Faaser, b; E.Read. ... 8 .:- Sebire, c and b 1I. Roadi 0 Allen, l' D.t'c ;. ... 4 Beavis, o N. Wallace, b Duck 2 Ai'nott, not out. ... ... 28 Hodges, c Hand, bl Payne 7 Stundries... ... .. Total ... 122 B,owling.--Le Piae, 1 for 31; C. Wallace, 1 for -1.; Pa)yne, 1 for 20.; I. J ead, 2 for' 25. Seville. First Innings 1... 8. .. 168 Second Innings. G. L. .Read, .retired injured . E. (Rei-d, c A. . Sebire, .b Bevis 54 N. Wallace, b Sleceth ... 50 X. Le Page, not out . 54 C. Hand, not out... . 55 H. Stevens, c and bl Bevis .. . 7 Sundis... ... : 2 - :Total for 3 wickets ... 217 Bowling.-Bevis, 2 for 60; Fra ser, 0 for 11; Arnott, 0 for 21; Allen, 0 for 20;1...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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FRACAS AT CHRISTMAS HILLS. Before Messrs Simpson and Bath J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

FRACAS AT CHRISTilMAS HILLS. Before 2Iessrs Simpson and Bath.. - J's.P. HIorace Hall charged Stuart,?olhn ston with unlawful assault a tiChrist mas I-llls on 24th Novemb ,i There was also a cross summors. Both plead.ed >ot guilty, "Mr Kelly ap peared for complainant, and Mr Eales for defendant. Complainant (Horace Hall) said that on 24th November he met some men, including defendant, 'near his house at' Christmas Hills. Witness was about to pass a remark about something defendant had said re witness's w:fe, when hi wvas knocked down and severely injured. He gave Johnston no provocatiou. Whilst on the ground his \yife came along, and defe?ydi~t got off him. She said, `'Wliat did you want to strike my husband for?"' His wife at tempted to kick Johnston When he rushed ;at her, and he hl rd defen dant say, "T'?.~t squairs" it.': 4n?uie -Ial1, wife of complainant, said lthat on, 24th Novemnber "" she saw Johnston, knocll her husband down, gnd she went to his assist aice. 'he heard a m...

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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Friday.—Before Mr R. H. Cole. P.M. and Mr. T. W. Simpson, J.P. ON LICENSED PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

LILYDALE POLICE COURT.. Friday.-Before Mr R. H. Cole, P.M.. " and IMr T. W. Simpson, J.P. 3 ON. LICENSED PREMISES. Richard Win. Howling was pro. ceeded against for being found on liccnsed 'premises-the Wine Hall, C'ioydon-on Sunday, .1st November. He pleaded guilty, and was fined 2.0s. - ' "THE '.TWO RIYANS." T. : . Ryan proceeded against. Hy. Osborne for using insulting words towards him on the :Lilydale sta tion on= 24th November: Mr R Kelly appeared for complainant, and Mr Fogarty for defendant. Mr Kelly said complainant wras a ticket checker, and said defenfdant, one of the, bookmaking fraternity, on the Lilydale station -on 24th Nov amber. :When complainant came near the windowir of the carri:g'h oc uipiied. by :Osborne;?, tiihe' defecdaut called: out, "Ryan, you' loafer.' Rya n returned and remonstirted, and de fendant said there were other Ryans, and when the police arrived a man was -brought from a carriage some distance away. T. F. .Ryan, complainant, said he was .'checking...

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. The new postal rates; including the penny postage on letters, came into force on Monday, May 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low : TUROUGHOUT THE COMMON WEALTH AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per !oz. Letter Cards, single; ld each.. Do. reply,- 1d each half. Post Cards, single, id each. Do. reply, Id each half. Printed Papers, Old per 2oz. Books, pirintedLOutside Australia, 0O per 4oz.; in Australia, Old per 8oz. .Magazines-Printed in Australia, O.'- per Soz.; ouLtside Australia, 0?d per 4oz. "Hansard,' O'd per 12oz. Commercial papers, patterns, sam ples and -merchandise, ld per 2oz. OVERSEA DOMINIONS Letters from the Commonwealth to the United -Kingdom, oversea do minions, British colonies and pro tectorates, except the New Hebrides, id :per 4oz. o NEW ZEALAND AND THE ISLANDS. f'The rates of New Zealand, Fiji, and Britishi Solomoli Islands are: Letters, 1l per loz. Post Cards, single, Id. Do.- reply, Id each half. Letter Cards, single, Id. Do.' replj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A, J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. ALL TRAINS MET. Orders Promptly Attended To. .CHARGES MODERATE. FURNITURE R3MOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, CLARKE STREET, LILYDALE: PRICES SUBMITTED FOR- ALL KINDS O.E WORK. JOBBING .WOR1 A SPECIALITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN ''TEA T ?3O4R S ,WISHES to convey his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year, which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very SFie Assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. -NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well wvorthy of insiection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and. CHEAP. WVishing all Patrons the Compli =aments of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK 3Wislu- - i niimate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing oin 'Business in MAIN ST., and ex-.??:, by -court...

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UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

UPPER YVARRA SHIRE "COUNCIL. MONTHILY MEETING. The ordinary monthly meeting of -tlhe above council 'was held: in the Shire Hall, Yarra Junction, on Mon day last. Present: Ors Ewart, Lith o w, M3ackley, M1'Iroy, i1'Owan, Bul er. Spiers. Aiken. In the absence of the president, Cr Lithgow was voted to the clair. CORRESPONDENCE. From Victorian iRailways, tasking if n decision had been arrived :,t rel"ative to the proposal to lease to the council railway land between West Warburton and Millgrove sta tions.-Deferred. From Crown Law Office, stating that tlJe request for the erection iof a court house at Warburton would rceive attention.-Received. - From Public Health department, requesting that proper sanitary pro vision be made to meet any influx of visitors to holiday resorts witliiin the shire during the holidays.-Re solved, on the motion of Cr E.'Ow'a, that a copy of the letter be sent to the inspector of nuisances and the sanitary contractor.: From same, stating that a. reso lation ha...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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Lilydale Express. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 December 1914

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1914. In this issue tenders are invited by the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works for the supply and delivery of hardwood timber for care- taker's quarters in the O'Shannassy Valley. Tenders close on Thursday next. As per annnouncement in this is- sue, Mr Wm. Rothque has commen- ced business at Lilydale as cab and livery. stable proprietor. Trains are met at the station, and picnic par- ties, weddings, etc., are specially catered for. The careful breaking- in of horses is also undertaken. "Punch 'Annual' for 1915 is to hand, and is a splendid produc- tion, being a credit to Australian workmanship and literary talent. The illustrations are splendidly pro- duced, and include some beautiful scenes in this district, among which are views taken at Warburton, Heal- esville, Kinglake, and Mount Dan- denong. On the premises, Adelaide street, Ringwood, on Saturday, December 19, Messrs D. G. M'Clelland and Co. will conduct a clearing sale for Mr T. Grant, who has s...

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CRICKET. Lilydale and District Association SEVILLE v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

CRICKET, I Lilydale and District Association SEVILLE v. LILYDALE. This matclh was begun at Seville on Dec-'ember 12. Lilydala were d's posed of for 103, and Seville have 6 wickets down for 113. Scores are as follows :-- .. `. Lilydale. A. Deschamp, not out 21 Fenton, bl Le Page ... 15 Moirton, b V.0 Payne .. 3 Bell c C. Hand, b Payne . 3.. Allen, e Payne, b LePage 12= N oden ,c and_ .b C.: Wallace ..:1 G Mil.ne, .b LePage HuttonD m,-rnd b. Ca . W allace .. Eales. C. Tllace : : . 0 Jerruns- bl C: 'Wallacen'.. , 0 F. Deschinp, ran out . Suiidnries .. 2 'Total . 103 Bowli ng.-IoePe , for 3 .. 1 Payne 2, for 11 C . ,allace 4 for 21... LePe, be; Bo;_ll:' 19 `VW. tiead, b \Toden 2 «W UDck . Jerrums b `a oien oi... 15' N, Wal~lacc, n16ot.... 1 ivt P ne, lbw., b Noden .. 2 Suncdries 8 Toala for C .wickets . i1 wBowlingo-\Noden 4 for 5 Bell 1 for 32, Hutton 1 -for 19.

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HOTELS AND STORES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

,HOTELS AND STORES. O.T. Ltd. (Incorporating P. G. Dixon & Co. and J. Dixon & Co.) are prepared to supply Aerated' Waters and Cordials' in unlimited quantities anywhere. In view of the existing state of affairs in Australia it is advisable for Traders to make arrangements which will ensure regular supplies. This Company has large quantities of ingredients in stock, also have their own 1ottle Works, three large factories in Australia equipped with the verylatest improved machinery for turning outpure drinks, and are therefore in a very favorable position to meet all require ments. These lines are also obtainable frqm all Merchants. Wrhie for Pcice-List-s

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"GREETINGS TO YOU." [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

-"GREETINGS TO -YOU." -t Our. correspondent at l?ount Eve lyn writes:-. "As I may not bie" writing this side bf Christmas, I desire to wish you the compliments of. th? sea son, with a bright and prosperous New Year. I have to think Pou for giving me the opportunity of. making Mount Evelyn widely known throughl your columns. .I know that some of. my correspondence has been rather lengthy, but vou have re frained. from using the blue pencil; andl permitte-d ou .:functions 'to: be knowil hro0dcqst; B]3 the wiay, ats a:n .old plessnwas I. have been ieck oning.' what our ivepoits .cost: 3ou in composition, and the average is ten shillings per week. " What. re thurn do you get from us for that outhiv ? . friend of: mine said the other day. 'Oh:, papers- have to fill up with something,' lttlc ithipking that village affairs could be dis posed of :in a few lines, mad the space taken up with long rlports repliced jth .p"payable a.lve.tis.P ments. I-Iowver, Mr Edit;o, let me again' wisih ,on g...

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BOWLS. NORTH FITZROY v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

[BOWLS. NORTIH FITZROY v. -LILYDALE. A team of b3w:CerS from the North Fitzroy club motored to Li3ydi - on: Wednesday last, and Pilayed_ a match against three lo:,l rinks.- The wea ther was perfect, the green in, tip-. top urder, and an enjoyable and in teresting game resulted in a win for the visitors byj 73 to 58. The. scor-es were its follows :-. N.P. L. - No. 1 Rink. Parer, Chandler, MaiHin; Bow •man (capt.) 23 Guthrie, Johnst n Ocok ;1-iV thews - (capt.) 18: . =": : No." 2 Rinkl. ' in .Rowlett ;. Glob a; b CGiiaunct1 = t . Gaeen.i (capt.) .. _ 2J3 Stallworthy, Pettit, Iorton, A. E. Wilson' (capt.) 33 No. 3 Rink. D: Clhandler. Lansdown; Buck Snell, Spayven (capt)) 27-. Lowe, Duncan, Morey, Ien zies (capt.) 17 Totals- 73 58 The.-following are the handicaps and:d rawm for the Singles -Tourna ment for the W ilson-Watt Troph'ies in .coniectionl with' the Lilydale club: Dunn, 10, v . Stallworthy,: 3 [Menzies,: 6 bhd. sci v. -Morey, scr. Clements, 8, v. Stevens, 5 : 1'fMatthews: 1 bhd...

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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

SCROYDON. (ni om Our Own CorrespoideiaV ,- Some .of our.pe6ple are concerned about roydon's .water supply. In the matter of a standpipe, they ivoull raise ln :argunient as to the ex-act suitable spot. for that 'stiandpipe. Just -now tlat Idoesn't. concern dme. I'd like to get some. of the g'-uIters under my- overilow pipe-we have heaps of :ater. running to waste this week; verily the season is most peculiar. Fruit is^ fruit just now. Fancy the despised chierry .plum, ?hiclh. is .usually. unsaleable, biingingiii to ý6s per case, and .'the green apple-: w.hidhi only a. schhoolboy would fandev in an ordinary season: retiuning 8~ per case! Vegetable gadrdens and . pastures must benefit - by the-great mns. Even lhkt. crops, whiclr " iln . or- dinary" 'season woi ld liv?e be en d?e ly failures, aire lokin'r splendid. We still -have something t6 'be thank ful for. ~1he drouglht being over cis fai as Croydon is concerned, we a tre anxious about our drainage. Quite a sea. of water lay in -th...

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MOUNT EVELYN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

MOUNT EVELYN. --4--c- (Trm Our Own Correspondent.) 5aday School Picnic.-The. chii 1 attiending the Mount Evelyn 1tt Sunda sc'holol held their ual treat in a. paddock fronting i'llil road. in charge of Miss ilister, the snlerintendent. Thm.t '- hnad enlisted. tlh assisitance of lIrents and friends, and the? ,rcei had a right royal time. .s of every description were in id in. ?d every youngster won Struphy of his or her prowess. tire'rshments were all that could K ired. and it spoke well for h".who supplied thie dainties when ya record that t here was more ufticient. The anniversary aser ": Were held on th'e previous Sun r when Mr Jas. Rouget. M.L.A., S'.ited the prizes as follows: r ''os-r0 W. Evans and W. Alex :t. (;e. Evans 2. Tom Burke A -lexanlder and Geo.- Bell 4, Alexander 5. N. Mlorrison. 6, . klrrison 7. Junior Boys : Lueas i. Teddie W1atkin s 2, l yVzaad 8. Senior Girls-Amy: . il1. Dorothy and Runth Bjnis .i e.l -?orrison i3. Junior Girls "n.-Watkins . Alice Watkins ` lyins ...

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THE EFFECTS OF SULPHUR ON PLANT GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

THE EFFECTS OF SULPHUR ONi PLANT GFROWTH. Sulphur is conlmonly used to pro tect vines frum odum, and it has long been noticed that, when thus used, it has a stimulating effect on the growth of, thle vins. 'hle experiments of several F'rench investigators have now, according to the "Scientific American',' made clear how this effect is brought about. Sulphur does not act directly as a plant food, but breaks down conm plex nitrogenous substances in the soil to the ammonia form. Hence its ac tion is dependent upon the presence and amount of organic in the soil. Thus Vermorel and Dantony treated wheat and beans, grown in pots, with sulphur. When nitrogen was also ap plied in the form of nitrates, the ad dition of sulphur led to no increase in yield, but when the same quantity ot nitrogen was applied in an organic form (dried blood), an increase of 30 p~r cent. was noted for wheat, and bO per cent. for beans The most recent and conclusive experiments on the sub ject. are those of Professo...

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RED CROSS SOCIETY. LILYDALE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

RED CROSS SOCIETY. LIyDA1LE BRANCH:. e sistl, anda seventh instalment, It, rk hau.e been sent to Gov r" llousei . The sixtlh instal -let sistcdl of 24 pillow slips, re.' 2 cakes of soap,- 2 ~ais. isheet; 3 pillows, 1 :ho etng and cover, G pairs bed ter carves, 2 pairs cuffs.'3 .a 1ests: while thh seventh " d puillow cases; 14 thirts, Iean vests. 1 scarf, 7 .pairs -- nqhaudkerichi.efs, 2 pairs of .1 oke' I'There will be no sew rti aet the Shire Hall until i:jddle iof January. All .the c. t (;overnment Htouse lee taken to the -Lilydal. Sb1 M[essrs VW. J. Jones and ln I'}vner free of charage, and I ,,i a great help to thb. Stllie commnnittee have pat Celop1';lj showing the flags e \llies for sale at one penny " AR" I 'ETT1: S WANTED. Sh I. secrel tay of the society eeived ' co ,} of tlhi appeal t,"arettcs wich is being made.' a'i nl will be taken charge ? orrd to the on...treas~-L r. II. l.oosli. Canmberwell. 1:11tihe snmoers in the district l ,rc e even the price of one ." l,.k; it wo...

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HOW TO MAKE CANVAS WATERPROOF. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

HOW TO MAKE CANVAS WATER PROOF. A few good sheets of waterproof can wvass are iivaluable on the farm for' purlioses ranging from the temporary covering of the wheat heaps to use as an overnight protection for a buggy. Two recipes for waterpropting the ma terial are:-(1) Dissolve 1 oz. shredded soap in half a pint of hot water, add to it 71b paint, apply it to the .can vass, and allow to dry thoroughly (twv or three days), apply another coat of the same pant, brt, without the soap, allow it to dry, then give a third coat. When treated thus, the canvass wihl not crack or stick when folded up. This is used in the British Navy. (2) Dis solve olb of ordinary yellow soap cut in pieces in a quart of boiling water, then stir in. a gallon of boiled linseed oil, 61bs of yellow ochre, and 3 ozs ot terebene; mix 'thoroughly whilst hot, but allow to cool before using. Two or three coats will be necessary. Dry in a strong draught-not in the sun.

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CONVENT OF MERCY, LILYDALE. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

CONVENT OF MERCY, LILYDALE. DISTRIBUTION OF PlI1ZES. The pupils of the Convent of Mercy, Lilydlec, 1provided eaterta'n. Inent for a large number at the Athenaeumn Hall on Wednesdayv of ternoon,' whcn prizes won dluring the year were distributce. and the drawing for the Madame 31,ela r'in, ket case. curtains. and silver lmoon. ted bag in connection with the re cent bazaa.r took place. TIle u1, a. ing chorus, "Farewell, )ult When. ever,". was beautifully suIng by all the pupils. Two violin selectionl. "Nearer. My God, to Thee uand "Eyes of Irish Blue.'-. were rendered by some of the girls of the school, and the harmonious blending of all the instruments reflected great credit on both pupils and teachers. 'l'int, the college looks after the philvsic;a culture of the pupils was shown by the manner in which they did re·lI drill, and, later, the sports drill. In the latter item the girls initato.h the actions of several kinds of sport. _,liss L. Jones won great applausc for her violin sel...

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NO BEES NO FRUIT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

NO BEES NO FRUIT CROP. The importance of bees to the orch-, ardist is summed up by an American authority as follows: 1. All tests wherever made, and all general observations, agree that many varieties. of apples, peaches, pears, plums, sweet cherries and grapes are unable to set a crop of fruit when limi ted to, their own pollen. 2. Some varieites of the above nam ed fruits are particularly' self-fertile, and a few are apparently whole self fertile, though the degree of. fertility. varies' between rather wide limits, de pending upon location, season, vigor oi trees, etc.. 3. All investigators agree that, as a general rule, the flurt resulting from cross.ng, even in self-fertile varieties is larger and better developed than the self-fertile fruit. This is explained by saying that foreiin poP .s furnished a greater stImuius to geoC?,lh becaus it is more acceptable to -ie pistil, and not because it transmits size, character ou the variety from which it came. 4. All evidence at hand coi...

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Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

Warburton Mutual Improvement and Debating Society The usual Weekly aveeting uf tho , above society was held i "nuetý,le 8th inst. After the Tuinot{s :dhl been conlirmed, a, discssionus thjk place as to the length of the sou. mer adjournment. It ~" ceuntu 11 d(ecided that tha executive. call tiy members together at a date t.c Ih fixed after the end of Janu:r., 191;, The election of otlice belarrs w-;, left over till the first meeting in the new year. The debate for tli evcning, 'llas lie Modern Girt Too Mvchl HFre dom" was then opened by \li.. 'ownie. w\ho gave som clle- nclelt reasons in support of her side. 31iss Leach seconded Miss Dow)nie in ;~ good speech. anl was n'vel soppt,. ted'by others. Miss Janes.. on tiii negative side, gave some v'erm" gu, reasons why g;rls should hale tlora freedom. Miss 21orrish snppolte, l the latter speaker, and was abily assisted by others of the menmhel:. present. The Critic gave his vote to the negative side.

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ARE YOU EDUCATED? [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 December 1914

ARE YOU EDUCATED? A professor in the University of Chi cago, says the Kansas "City Star," told his pupils that he should consider them educated in the best sense of the word when they could say "yes" to every one ot the questions that he should put to them. Here are the questions: Has education given you sympathy with all good causes and made you es pouse them. Has it made you public-spirited? Has it made you a brother to the weak? Have you learned how to make friends and keep them? Do you know what it is to be a friend yourself? Can you look an honest man or a pure woman in the eye? Do you see anything to love *n a little child? Will a lonely dog follow you in the street? Can you be high-minded and happy in the meaner drudgeries of life? Do you think washing dishes and hoeing corn just as compatible with high thinking as piano playing or golf? Are you good for anything to your self? Can you be happy alone? Can you look out on the world and see any thing except dollars and cents? Ca...

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