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TURKISH BATHS FOR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

TURKISH BAIHS FOR HORSE8, Une of Iliahe beet known trainro in sild to ihe givilng llh horcen Turkleh bat?ls. Ald they lthe It. 'Tahe hiurn io led tiut a roomuy, but, na far na pIouiblo, nirtlight taill. A water proof blanket sewaig on It !roenep.lt1, telnt fashiolltl, pilnedt over thie holnI , tie tide1 reachilg thell groundt but not touching him,t Inld unllltr lthi, well out f tile way of lia fllt, are a ,tIliiJber of imialil chnrrimnl etolnn. (toIll top it Ihie ire vena,, of water from wilItolIl nt ,nI llnlo ell, and i thIti ,p l l nl hn the o tllt 11t ilthIr and, ultlowiJig onlyt Itio n ik LIih hily III ooln natl.urrtehd. ,AII llrll; Yeui t f111 il dnf'l iin l lll | ll st auil wlllldl th i lh. doill'WhaI, folhlwed Y t111( lllilg , '1i f : '1'i 1 T I(Od g. Miuv I '1l'hi horithl wrvtltch khlandl icr, 'lurry 11 \Well, wlhat llllttler P AMy : Why, you so.t, )tll wIus u srdltt htlt atid sthe Walited W kiss hi1m,

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] AVENGED BY A SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

ATT, NTSIT IlI.'sN.VnD.J. AVEIEG 'BY'A SNAKE. Bluried in the depth' of Lthe omlnr Thuorn Iaulm jungle lay lth little viloge of Paudi. ynn, if lln ohzcn low, round mudlhutmi , wlit conicnl roomf,,tllatchdl with rice stnaw, each with its pnndul, or wotk shod; granary, and couking-pot strond, onmlmioed the village. A strong stake fuonce.surrounded each hut, In tended as much to keelo off llhe village cattle, Sn a protection. from the wildl beets which infesteddthe, urrounding, jungle. On two : ides of the village tihe junlgle roes like a wall, min the third side lay tile village tank. .Along tie blind, or dlalu, grow a number of giunt omarutilo trees, with their spreading twisted roots in tlie water, and their long branches hanging gracefully 'over it. the plucid surface of the tank,' with ite dark background of jungle, looked a plate of bur niohedl silveir, and lay clear and unruitled, have by the splash of some water.bird fish. Sing, or the movement of a slow swimming crocodile. 'itn...

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STILL IN DOUBT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

STILL IN DOUIT. Sh You will love I. ualwvay P llu P'assionately, my dLrling, lulyi Andl you will neiver ceaue to love 1111, P Iia Ne ver, ni darling. SIeo : Al you II save your money She AuI you will tievor speak lyuiiolyly In mwo IIo y:Nevir. SIh: .\0id you will give ulp all your IIo IIJor yo 1 t1he ,o Aind you will glet dna g with S ;Aolt lylilli IIo:II11I Yv th i hiyon b'oy will nlways do just ii lint iil llyiiu ii ill youl lto du P Plo ;alol juirl whit pului, wuohem you ',III P Ito Vi',1 rho ·I.Ii I lI IIRl I lmnlt youi to doi P iln l l~r l',' : l11, I nu llo volui'o :llllt j 114 1110 ulnli i g iIiyo t oi il iyiiol1uuu. M lly1 lnlooiyl, thy yyiiynluyuWli Iihi ovrilve, wrielh ul mob h olu tiiy er 16th A iliyiiuiiy lii i'iiiliiiyl,,ito for ro Itlyg pull elnn' hlaiu ,10u1 thyrui mioiillii,, ljl. It ini. 111 flii t, luliel IL. wuil t uiily last fe O00 l~n In1110, l11 iul y ll n~ Liii oiiyyy lof toiii lih., hlow lyy'pii ii10lllolilh ii 1111 wi Ill 1 tHi Io~li II b,IOVt,ltvu ftiyiu~is...

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A PUFF FROM THE FAR EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

A PUFF FROM THE FAR EAST. Ilier' n n literal nn'lllltionl of iti I'hillw',' inkmlliker'H nllver' I I)olsnt in I1 ('nlonll llll ;i'r: " At the mhop l lllphii %'lonlg, v'ry goad Ink, viry fine ; inolint iishop . grt' l iher' 1 the)11 r at tlIll I uds this "!,ink, fine , iii rd, vt''y I Id' pikedh out, wii ln(iry t lt1and 111r 1, bflre n . ll) ?llt \ 1~r? ' ti llI', Il~lc, i ,r lilY',( 1II v'ry I ro l i nk, )prille, (t-)il1 v r (l'y h11 h , 'rile ink in very hley., io IM gold. No Due nIkel iilk it, ()Ilhr1 who Imakl iwl iiial, 1t for (money ant Ill n l It'l, I ony111 male' it, for in 111i1ii), IP llln y r'of gellth I t i low l ( ny' InkI M)y Inllll y nll ov'll 'h ints, I Inatl I inltt Ifl the ?ollet I Il Inven 1n1 lnishl the Ill ler r) iin l( itll I1, IIIilt rlla ll r i ' linear, All ge1i11 11an ll li1 i Ponllio l) IIwl' Mholl itll ll know an, lgno." S1 1Ln0 ~e illit I fol1, Jtihll H1 m iiit," l i1_. 64141 10 ), r hb il'Inti'I wit elnll htlhI, ", I lII w I ni " it, ll) I Y I I?ll I?Iw ...

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LIMIT OF BIG TELESCOPES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

LIMIT OF BIC TELESCOPES. Profeesor K. . Barnard, of the Terkee observatory, has recently published an article in the Astronomtical Journal giving a series of measures of the position, angle, and distance of the satellite of Neptune. In cidentally 'rofessor lBarnard given interest. ing information concerning the work thus far done with the great 40-luch telescope. The monsterinstruntent seems to be work. ing admirably, and the "seeooing" at Williams Bay proves to be much better then wai feared might'be the case. The eye-pieces for the 40-inch were made by Steinhell, of lMunich. There are eleven of them, ranging in power from 230 tou3,750 diameters. The "field " of the lowest power eye-piece has a diameter of 6.6 minttes. That Is to 7ay, it la circle whose diameter in but a little more than one-fifth of the apparent diameter of the moon. A circular section of the heavene of this size in the most that can be scanned through the great telescope at one time. Tile ield of the higheet powe...

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THAT AWFUL THERMOMETER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

THAT AWFUL THERMOMETER. Twoi Ilinlt nl uuro l n, iold llif. friu ll., 10io in t10 t11rt0l int lin Vh iiviinwet roeeily, r1,1 afltor i ti culdil rliftl Ilulk, ('ne of tlhei In qtIirul I " A wherI hrivi yiep bit'n, Mikwi " t W si i' till il nt?t aiii I IIn anu l lern Unllforllis," mnll thl rl ylv, " u11111 l l'ti Imiiolhty 1ni l t?or (IL i hu t k,' "\ WIIlat Ithspetoil you thert I " won tile ea0t Iuqulry, "I'h' wethellr, It w1a tot eonfoullllrlle nill, Wily, whr n )I1 Iltis nw ?lklls ' i arer Plrieon I ll' L'erwinl' i r iII elkedI IwIi bun dled Arn' stIotlen (lrnl iht Ii' hilas1,1" I iA that ar I W1ill, hi IleaceuNs, thtey Jllllt lllnake you wurrtlk i II ll' IIhia, n l4 thery I Thet Atirriatat, Ihe atl of tiht new (Ilt inn htlurith Iat slortitAioini , wIas IttilIt ta Iu (lt iltnuy by thIe ultltu Iii tHbU,

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THE BIGGEST WEDDING EVER KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

THE BICCEST WEUDINC EVER KNOWN. (In the day that Alexander the (treat wan married no tiwer than 20,202 ielsonl in one ceremony were made huasband nod wives, This srenms iliiposeible, but the event really took place, ts historical records tell un. This mionrter wndding oieurred upon the conqiuest iby Alexander the (lreat of ('ersln, which wan then lilled over by King DI)ation. Alexndoler maulried Stattll, the daughter of ie con queredl king, inllld deered hllt 100 of lin hief orllhlcel nalluld be united to 100 lndiers from tile inoblest 'eiian and MeNdian faii lies. I nJddtll oni to Ithi, lhe ntlpnl?ed that 10,000 of lain Greek sottliers should marry 10,000 A?nintil nomen. l 'llen ver.eellino wal settled i vatst pasitiion inn crctedthlle ptlltarn of which wet?re oilty fret high. One' hulndredl gellrgoosll ch.inhller ljolined tins tfor thIe 100 nohi ' brllgrgllnlll, whiln for Itie vremaining 10,0001 il I er coilrt was rnloLi,e Iloltlltn ft whicih i labl?o iere C puind lot thy llllliud...

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EMIN PASHA'S ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

EMIN PASHA'S"ROMANCE. The story of EminwPashas' life is a sad one.- Some of its aspects have been knbwn,but romance underlies the appear ance of the prosaic spetacled German. Eiuin's. real- name was Edward Schnit zer. He was born, 58 years ago, of Jewish parents, in. Silesia. lie went to school in iHungary, and there he feI in love with la Magyar girl of his own age. On leaving school lie went to Berlin, sat udied ndicine alld took high honours. lie did lnot feel any impulse to settle down in life, and whi'le still a young man set out for the East, meanitg .o st?dfjy Oreiltei ttl liugtii gas. Aflter lie had resided in Turkey some veaas,he made the nequaintance ofllsmail 'asha, not thi'ex-Khedive, but a famous Turkish soldier who held the governor shil) of Sedtari. Ife became the Pasha's intimate friend and family physician. O(le, day JIsmnil, overcoming in the extremity of the hour the prejudice of Turks, admitted the young German doctor into the harem to attend his wife, who seemed...

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THE DEVIL'S EASTER PSALM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

THE DEVIL'S EASTER PSALM. Mr. Baring.Gould has much that is eater taining to uay about the village orchesata, which preceded the choirar woknow it now : " Theo irst stage in gettig rid of the village orchestra was taken by the introduction of thlle barrel organ, can wall recail that stage. Now, the barlel-organ had but a limited inago of tutee. Our organ had a vein of lightneoa and wantonneas inl it. Uow this came about I do not know. UIt one of the tunoe grooud out on it was ' Tihe Ieil's lito.' This would never Jo. Tlehru wole two elements of ditliculty in it. In the litet Il1ce, if this tune were not tlurned n we would be ono tunn the poorer to divine her. vice. IBut it wc Iutolcable that any psalm llhohu be sung to 'TIIhe Devil'o Ilp.' lfter Inuch conliteioala ll tile dittirulty waa olvtd in this way. (ill the organ the title Thll Itevil'e flop wao altered into ' Ie Ville'a Hope,' and nsttlluctonb were Isooed to the grinder to grlid slowly and soolelluly. Uy Illl means tho air e...

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BETWEEN KISSES. A LOVER'S RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

.BETWEEN KISSES. A LOVE'St? RACE. Over the hills and dales shae wheels, 11ar lover following fast. Oh, 'tis a ruace A rare love chase Anil though he's ever at her heels, She leads him first to hoat. Yes, just by half a length shl kee.ps Tie lead withll calmet ease; Alh, don't they go Like lightning, though. Over tilt plain and bun-ki.eed sleeps, As merrily .s you pleasc. And will he catch her ? FPilh. I doubt. They night speed thue all day, And in tlhe rear He'd stay, I fear; ..You see, to let the secret out, A tandern's built that way. HOW SHllE WON HIM. II was at dinner. Shie sat opposite him, and· looked ever so eloarming in n wine colmured oilk wiLh a sluare neck, and t lint. wine urtaye:l Is never were the lilies in any ealloy of this poor earth. Well. tlh idiot el 'a waiter, in handing time soul, psnet thl entire contents of u plate right in her lap. .JtluSt think Lof it ThIe whole front breadthl utterly ruined, and for thie wonli it :ould not be matcheud. Well, what lid ato d...

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THE BREATH OF THE GLOAMING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

TIlE LBREATI OF TIlE GLOAblING. 'he. orb ofilay ine sink in the west, and thoe elidq of iidh gloarning arne atbetrins" arind' Ti l'lio enrlline, and the ornnge, and the gorid, which had si;fuend the o:ccidental sk:es in a' blazing floond iftnnv' houed glory have. by no inipoi~ceptile tr?nsoin, :given "place to an ever deepeniiir mnauve or empurpleda" onietlysti, iaghinst which the trees of the fqret. estand out in sharpelt 'ilhobuetie.. That loieliest of all, that fairy ol tde wrend,. the' silveor birch, bhnge. its drooping. houghs, a very vision of igrace and heauty, the softly "lighted "+western sky glinting through thle gontly movine branchlets and pendoetleaves arid.catkine. The Loambardy poplar, stately and erect, towers upwards. tdwardr the skies; the sturdy oak, diirk'nnd sombre, per. mites no gleamnof evening light to penetrate throughlits dense leIafageo; and, tie trombling aspen quivers as though struck with mortal feur. SAnd now one iby one the stars of heaven hlgiu to.a ...

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AS NANSEN SAW THE AURORA BOREALIS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

AS HNANSEN SAW THE 'AURORA : S BOEALIS. The aurora of the Yukon is:intensely beautiful and brilliant during the long:win. ter nights in the Arctic regions. It camm. mences early in the fall, and greatly helpls to drive darkness fromnt hat frozen Iaud.1 As soon as the sun sets, it begins and flashes ita unwarthing light along tile frosen rivers and great banks of snow. The huge mountains of glistening ice, with their black lines of lir trees, stand out in beautiful relief; their ints. of the purest Arctic cast,- ause Ihe inhabitant to shiver, and button tis cloat closer, and gladly seek a light of less biil lianey but of Ife-giving walmtb. During midwinter,wnco the sun shines but four hours out of twenty-four, the nurorra Is very intense, and helps wonderfully to light and jbautify the long Arctic nighte. Nuosen in his book, Farthest North, beautifully den cribes the aurora borealls of thle fartllest northern region. He describes it as dieanty colour muaieo a far-away, long-drawn-out...

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VICARS AND THEIR CURATES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

IICARS AND THEIR CURATES. Accerding to Martin West. whowrites it the"Ohurch Gaztte,"the friendship betweel ,vicars and their urates is often very beauti ful. "I have known more than one can in which men have been together for moni than thirty years without a shadow of din agreement, so far as anyone could see. A least half adonen caste have I met with ii -which curates.have refused good benell?e sooner than leave their beloved vicars amn parishes, and one in which a curate decline the ofdor of a bishopric (not English a eue se; English bhtapllrica are not ciuorted t curates, however suitable) sooner than leavr a vicar whom he loved, and who depended on himt. One man I knew I specially honoured For reasons sadly too common the income o the parish failed. The senior curate lha siuer private means-anot overmuch bit sufficient. Without lisotening to ti friends he chucked over his prospects, matrinlonia and otherwise; and suggested that he ian his fellow-curatea should live with the vica...

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ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

ELTHAM RIAILWAY, TIME TABTLE. WEK DAYS. Leave Melbourtne-7.38 and 9.38 a.m., and 5.10 p.n. L.eave Heidelberg-8 25 and 10.25 a.m., and 6.55 p.no. r Leave Greensborough 17 minutes later than ,'Heldeberp. and ,arrive. at Elthamn 25 ,uiotatei after leaving Jlelinierg. Leave E:i?a-tn-7.35 ai? 9.35 a.*., and 5.5 p.m. Leave Greenvborouph 8 minutes later. Leave Iei.ielberg-8.17 and Io.17 a m., and 5.47 p.m. SATURDATS. Leave .felbourne-7.38 and 9.38 am., 1.10 and 5.10 p m. Leave Heidelberg-8 25 and 10.25 a.m.; 1.55 and 5 55 p.m. Leave Elitham-7.35 and 9.35 a.m.; 1.5 and 5.5 p .m. Leave Heldelberg-8 17 and 10.17 a.m.; 1.47 and 5 47 p.m.

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] THE BRIDE'S WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

rALL RIouHT RitSRVi D.1 THE BRIDE'S 'WELL. On what is locally called a Ramp, that Is to say the refuse thrown out of a quarry, and left to decay or become covered with mould, was, in a certain parish, a loung white washed thatched cottage. It occupied a peculiar position; its back was against a S-,dense oak wood, out of which shot up Sootct "irs, and the pertion of ramp it occupled was of-very old etanding, and was a good way from that portion of the quarry on which workmen were engaged. In. : front of the cottage was a ,garden, al. ways well kept, and on the further aide of the garden, the inevitable pig-stye. But then-what would the garden have produced without the pig ? "'+ When 1-said that the cottage was -on the ramp,-I was not quite exact, it was on the '-slope of the hill, but the ramp had been thrown up before it even to a level above the garden, so that the dwellers in the cottage were almost as much shut in as was Noah in his' ark. The ramp was not hideous, asnnew rampe At...

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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, 17TH APRIL, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

' WHITTLESEA SHIRE.: CO UNCIL. F DAY, 17ThI -ePrii '1903. ' Balnitcce ofpt e?t.hit'ildove, frobiit CORRESPONDENIE. Fron the Treasury, Melbourne, for wardling account for the amount payable for the year 1903, £231, as equivalent for publicans'" licences. Attended to. From Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 10th March, returning, the tenders, &o., submitted for contracts for works on the Yea main. reed under the grant for roads to railway stations, and stating there was no objection to the acceptance of the lowest. in each csue.-Received. From Publio Health Department, 2nd April, acknowledging receipt of the officer of health's letter of the 27th ult. relative to the State school, Doreen, and: informing that the Education Department will be communicated with.-Received. Fromt City of Bsllarat,.re tendering .by.; a .GOvernmsent 'department,- "ant asking .support in .protesting against same.-Received. From Horsham and Wimmora A. and P. Society, inviting co-operation in endeav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

Extraordinary Notice. Tramway Boot Shop, 384 Smith-St. Collingwoodi ? t~ L L BOOTS' as cheap asanay shop In the district. Give us a call and judge for yourselves. One call will be sumlcient recommendation. Seaforth M'Kenzie, Contractor AND General Builder, Warburton W., Upper Yarra. Estimates submitted for buildings of all descriptions. The Farmers' Club Hotel, BOURKE STREET WEST, Near Kirk's Bazaar, MELBOUIRNe, y. the rendezvous of Farmers from all parts of the State. A liberal dietary scale with .I civilitylhomo Eumfort, and attention. SIMON "LY ICH, ..;. (Late Mrs. Bulger). ,OLINDA HOTEL, LILYDALE, Close to the Itailway Station. Good Accommodation for Visitors. Choicest Wines and Spirits. Ale and Porter of the Best Brands. J. *R. MOORE, PROPRIETOR. The Recreation Ground is at the rear of the Hotel. AND now on at KBROQWN COTTS, Brunswick-street, Fitzroy. Visit it. It will pay you. ESTABLISHED 19 YEARS. GEORGE WARDROP, MERCHANT 'TAILOR AND MEN'S MERCER, 334 Smith-st., Collingwood (...

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HAZELGLEN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

HAZELGLEN IIALL. The annual meeting of the above Hall was held on April 23rd, Mr F. K. Phillips in the chair. 'There was a large attendance, in spite of the rough weather. A statement was submuitted re bazaar held on January 16th, which gave a net profit of £55 13s 7d, The annual halance sheet was also dealt with, which showed that the hbank overdraft had been reduced by £65 during the year, which was con. -sidered a very satisfactory result,' and the committee wish to thank all those who so kindly assisted them to make the bazaar a success. It was unanitmously decided to call tenders for the erection of two rooms at rear of hall, to oat as retiring rooms, and provide the necessary acenmodation for a library in the future. It was also decided to improve tile front fence and approach and erect a shelter shed.: On the completion of the rooms i ball and concert will be held to celebrate their opening. The following Committee were appointed for the ensuing year :-.r R. Bassett, Esq., Pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

LIVER CHILL and COLDS. LiveR chill, Sneezing, colds, and cold hands and feet are at this season com monafllictions. When the liver, because of some derangement, ceases to act in the proper manner a certain amount of bile finds its way into the blood, and at the same time tIe blood created from food consumed is of a decidedly poor quality. In this manner the blood becomes congested, the circulation sluggish, and a cold is the result. The circulation of the blood now being much slower than usual, the entire system Is affected. The nerves bcome unstrung, the appetite poor, and the rest disturbed. The body becomes ex. tremely susceptible to chills, and the slightest' draught causes a violent attackof coughing orsneezing. Many iso.called remedies fall to get at the root of the trouble, and only afford temporary relief. A medicinethat will keep the liver in thorough and regular working order, and the digestion right, will, without doubt, prove the most etfective preventive and cure for li...

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RANDOM SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

RANDOM?I SHOTS. By t Bilioucs Jlfarkss anl. " Yes,' said m'y imp Fastasus, '!-I'd a good. mind when ithat scrsgsy:crew aoa Coduncil if yours at Dillydele were iiipeclting 'that .muddy brick-holo, called the 'public baths (vory. public tbieyare,.ri'o) to shove th-m in-their socr~tary.incladed. 'Pn my word the fellows looked as though a good wash would do them no harm. Look here, good master," said my imp, " if ever you expect that motley crew to sanc tion sanitary improvements, either physical or mental, you are woefully mistaken; for with perhaps two or three exceptions they are individually qualified by nature for nothing more ambitious in the ordinary sphere of himan noture than the ofice of scavengers; It's supremely ridiculous to sea men who- have not even the qualifioations for respectahli scavengers strutting about gahbling rubbish and wasting respectable, hard.worjnjograte-. payers':money in.futiloRfforts to mend either your. wnys or their own. Oh, yea-continued Fastosus--I'm...

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