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A BUSY DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

A BUSY DOCTOR. Doctor Liddell's morning levees were crowded beyond description. It was his pride and boast that he could feel his patient's pulse, look at his tongue, sound him with stethoscope, write his prescrip tion and pocket his fee in a space of time varying from two to five nminrtes. One day an army man was shown into the consulting room, and underwent what might be termed the instantaneous prccess. Wheu it was completed, the patient shook hands with the doctor, and said " I am especially glad to meet you, as I have often heard my father, Colonel Fores ter, speak of his old friend, Dr Liddell." '" What !" exclauned the doctor, 'are you Dick Forester's son ?" " I am, sir." " My dear fellow!" exclaimed the doctor, " fling that prescription into the fire, will you, please, and sit down and tell me what is the matter with you."

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNWISE TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

UNWISE TRAINING. Too frequently the boy is regarded as a dangerous, unaccountable being who must be promptly suppressed whenever he shows signs of individuality. His guardians forget that his true character cannot appear when he is hampered by rules and frettae by com plaints. it is when he is free and absoroed and has forgotten you, or is not afraid of you, that the boy lets his true qualities appear. it is only the men who can accept boys as they find them and can treat them as tquals who catch them off their guard; fur your boy is a suspicious creature, easily warned. Like dogs, he has a great horror of being laughed at. ie hates a command, but welcomes a suggestion. When off parade, Don't you think '" always carries him fur ther than " Do this," unless he has been in capacitated by the manner of his treatment. Either cuffing or coddling disturb one's cal culations, for either is sure to warp the nature, especially coddling. One migut just as well expect to appreciate a wild anim...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MELBOURNE CUP OF 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

THE MELBOURNE UP OF 1893. By MALUA. Thanks to the great Spring Carnival, Melbourne, is once more assuming its busy appearance of old days; and if we may judge by the influx of visitors from the other colonies, the Melbourne Cup this year will be witnessed by an attendance equal to, if not beyond the average of past Cups. The influence of the TEN TIHOUSAND PoUNDs prize on the development of the thorough-bred is now in strong evidence, for never before in the history of this great race have so many first-class racehorses been brought together. In Melbourne on Cup Day you might safely indulge in rifle practice in any of the main streets; and if the cities accord such very strong support to the Cup, you lads and lasses in the country should not be behind-hand with your assistanc'. Indeed 1Mr H. Byron Moore might reasonably expect a stronger shoulder from you, for are you not the pro ducers ? and therefore directly and finan cially interested in anything that will in crease the consumpti...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

THIE LADIES" COLUMN. Thire is just t preesiit almost a craze in Lonido"over dairt coroti , Saiokd gray, dark gr!e?; brown'an bablek,' gray and black,' ad xb'ilar c' eminbitiTozS" appeai 'for this moment to be in special fvour. - There' iq adgthihit in this faibhiorf tocediniidim itself t,?us. 1'Thee'1colrishoW sd?i and'ti"ill def o pntlin'oh idull espring diys 'mucb leiiis 'dil?dothitn the tonid aid tihts somte-' ttiiim ' broght' out `for' otii own spriDig costumes. There are oikt y'thinli fiinlohiojis' thatate highly ooait'eldibl t Wbht w6sh all lose ,som6 bf oit i'ipet'·dor the gdbd sent'e of :`d liashioi-leadi'tif they pe rsist n the. attempt'to "fordce' upion us the atroctot?ely nhtbetini ning 'and in;onveniitnt hoop:kirL' Tlilfeis fit setlik~ a liely warfa going on' in' fLbtdon ' betweet factiots. One pitj iapr6vis~of dmsc?t straiglit lirti, s?'me'of f ihfe ate'almost pitinfully niriow, but they afea·i ety eivod style for gi'?ing a trini,'llgt;? R 'efl effect +toi tohbcg?h;d:: ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOME CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

THE HOME, CIRCLE. To BROIL TOMATOES.-Wipe them in a clean cloth, and put upon a well-greased gridiron over a clear fire, and cook for ten minutes, taking care that they do not burn. They are excellent with chops or steak. TOMATOES STEWED.-Wipe the tomatoes, put them into a stewpan with an ounceor so of butter (occording to the quantity of toma toes), and set the pan by the side of the fire for half an hour. Have a very hot vegetable dish ready, dish them, and serve immediately. SALSIFY FRITTERS -Wash a dozen roots of salsify, scrape, put in a saucepan and cover with boiling salt water, cook tender, chop small, mix in rich egg batter. Have a pan of boiling lard on the fire; drop the mixture in by spoonfuls and fry brown. MUTroN RAGOUT. - Fry an onion, chopped small, in some batter till it is of a pale brown; add a teaspoonful of flour, and one cup of stock or gravy, with one or two cloves, pepper ani salt to taste, a table spoonful of walnut ketchup, half that of Worcester sauce, and...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FAIR FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

Ak FAIR FIGHT. "Did ye see'that-?" A stage coach 'whieb :has' biSf push= ing along the Overland Ti~afl' in i'westein Kansas -is shddenly pinlId nup by the driver, who rises in- hise. seat, points -to the broken ground on the right 'and' ahead, and turns to =the6 ' id botaide pse=' sengers't0 repeat : "Did ye see that ? thar's Injuns ambushed inathe dry ravine sahead !" Two passengers on top-five :inside-"' seven in all, but :twb of thesin a'f women -wives 'of asmy officer.' Five niezi with guns and pistold: The driver won't count unless 'a-bullet brings doWn one of the horses. " Reidy' inside,'- thiir I" he asks. "Tell them wimeh?f61ks4 to crouch down on the-floor and keep quiet. Throw open-them 'doors; and-- fasten 'em biack. One of you better casn up yere. Now, then, -·har' maybe bten o' tfiften, or thar' may be fifty' or six~ty of the.` var mints. They've got their- ponies, -in course. They'll. make the rush jest whar' the road- bends'to'irde the :river: They'll cum whoopi'" ad y...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A TALE OF BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

A TALE OF BURGLARY, ca I am the secretary of the Anti- we Burglar Security Association. The dii society has been running some, three wl years now, and it was very uphill work. V But 'it hhs, I am happy to saiy(turned in out a tremendous success. My poster ha did it-my artful poster. On my poster a' gentleman and his wife were " disco- nc vered" in bed smiling blandly; there tb Was a masked burglar of ferocious aspect W presenting a revolver at them. Beneath he was the following legend :-Burglar-I di " Good evening; have you used Blank's be Eoap ?" Mr Careful: " No, sir,' we af have not; bat, being insured in the ty Anti-Buiglar Security Association, we m must request that you will effect your 'o purpose quietly- and not disturb our be peaceful slumbers." us That poster did it, but I worked like t ahorse. Whenever a robbery" took place 81 I or my canvassers called on the neigh- ri borhood in detail, making what? is f( termel a house to house visitation. We invariably reaped a large h...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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CHARGE OF HOUSE BREAKING. WITH INTENT TO COMMIT A FELONY. THE CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

'CHAR E. OF HOUSE-I:._ iREAKIN G, --WT1 IINENT TO COMMIT A FELONY. I'HZ CASE DISMISSED. At the Sunbury Police Court on V edniesday morning, before Messrs. ClarkEodn, M'Mahon, and M'Auliffe, J.'sP., James Commerford appeared, on bWil, to answer a charge of unlaw fully and Teloniously entering the d well ing of Mrs House, Evan-street, Sun bury, on the morning of the let of October, The case was dealt with tiuner Section 127 of the Crimes Act. Mr Potts, of Melbourne, appeared for the defendant, and Constable Wilson prosecuted for the Crown. Constable Wilson asked that " with ineit" to commit a felony might be in cluded in the charge. Mr Potts said before proceeding any further with the case he wished to draw their Worships' attention to some irregu larities surrounding it. tp to the present hour of the present day there was no legal charge entered against his client. He had been subject to unjusti fiable treatment. He had been taken from his house by the constable with out warrant the ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE DISTRESSED OF SUNBURY. CONFLICTING OPINIONS. AN ENTERTAINMENT TO BE GIVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

THE DISTRESSED OF SUNBURY. CONFLICTING OPINIONS. - AN ENTERTAINMENT TO BE GIVEN. A public meeting was held at the Sunbury Mechanins' .Hall: on. Wednes day evening for tlhe purpose of pro moting a scheme to relieve the existing local distress. The meeting was con vened by a number of gentlemen in terested. Mr H. C. Just was elected to occupy the chair. He called on Mr H. H. Wilson, who expressed re gret that the notice convening the meet ing had not been better responded to: The meeting was called to relieve the distress amongst us. There was a good: deal of it existing, and these 'people did not like advertising themselves: by appealing to the public. In a com munity like this it is our duty to do all we can to bring these people - over the tide He related a case of a- woman with children whose husband had left her to go to work. For four or five weeks she had been living on the generosity of a few. There was another idea in calling the meeting, although the prime move was to reliev...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A ROYAL QUEEN OF HEARTS; OR, Love's Devotion. CHAPTER XXVII.—(CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

-A.: OY.AL IQU EEN OF HEARTS; on, Love's Devotion. By MBS. G. SHELDON. QHAPTER XXVII.-(CoNTINUSD). Neil Wallace bowed his head and covered his face with his hands, wondering withlin himself if it would be possible for him to command his nerves sufficiently to follow this brave girl's suggestion. He stood thus for a full minute, but short as the time was, it seemed like an hour to the anxious, waiting girl by his side. "I will do it, and .may God give me strength," he said, at last, and lifting a face so drawn and haggard that Shirley's heart ached for him. Then he turned slowly away from her and left the room. Shirley took her station by the bedside, to do what she could for the relief of the sinking boy during his absence. He had not been gone more than a minute when Lady Wallace glided into the room, looking pale and greatly distressed, some one having told her of Ray's alarm ing.condition, and presently a number of. the- servants came crowding about the door, actuated by mingled ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

JXPOBTANT NOTICE I e have jut opened ealnulsam AUsrhent of New aad'SesUoable DEAPEBY GOODS for-the pruseat Ubiii; aird Ia~ite Iahpeloidtact 'th ameroue' tovii1tteU eihlblted ia etch-Depaurteat We havnonlyeae priae; d madcrh everything IP LtAI FZGUUlU Beiag direct Importers; ou Cu. tamee' may, rely Upon .curiaa; " lTEUr'BýTYAltU IN TIN CITY." We saud Bali Lte asay part of the OoLwu; "for Coaperluom, whisk eaiS familim to` seect aay artile tt:, llre wiithut Tdium af leaving horns, Tuaxe.--nloyu CAKE. IPUVIAL INIORKATIOn, To~ut'thevalue o! thusnaoaeuue neat we hull allow, Tea Pu Caiw or kIarthe * am a purchaussemade either throvg past er luour Ware. boatsup- to 8sii Deeember, 189% on, matikad that thsl spao"a cut out sad*seat.to u when orderlag Gtbo, with aeof PLlAuaind PaPau Ou= Paii> `Anur Lui"b lxs BDWI V aUr IN ier OnrtiY oas0Bioiib & WBIGHT; 13 t. 530 Boosu I'auuy YYalbilufi 9T§34UKEMI 9B ADVZI83D. Buy Direct from the M anaueturers. Brushware, Bellows, Wire, Lines, Tack...

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BEAUTIFUL BLOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

BEAUTIFUL BLOUSESB. Under this headiog an" English writer sase : Very= rash was the writer who last year prophesied the banishmbrit' of the' blouse. Never ?prophey uniles yoii know, is a' good rle i? talking of' the-comring fashionsuas'in other' matter.' Fa' from going out, the' boote' -is'coiding in, not'as a seaside dregs, or' only'to be 'worn at homhe when no corn pany is pe oted, but as one 'of the moist ii.l rtatit' full' dress details of a lady's' wardrobb. N longer is it bad" form to wear a bodiceof ore material and a skirt. of abtdther. -bitu tn'aly this "mixture is, de manded' ofa -awell-dressed lady. Later in thi se~son I" miiet return to the subject of blouses, and chronicle a" few of the- novel ties in weaOi' Plain materials are less used thhan- faficy' for blouses, brocades, spots, floral 'designs, and little detached spiay' being aprinkled all over. For demi.toilette soft white 'broche silk: is - eed, .some small detached design, a trefoil or a spray, which a- lady can...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

ALFRED BUTLER, PRACTICAL Boot and Shoe M]aker, (Late Foreman, E. Quails London). O'SHANASSY STRE I'T, SUNBUTRY. Repsairs nealy executed. Ckarger moderat W. CLAYTON,i Painter, Paperhanger .A-1:TD 3L?jA.ZIE :,b. All trade materials kept on hand at MELBOURNE PRICE, S-oESTIMATES GIVENo- ,O'Shanassy Street, SUNBUiRY. - - - W. R. BEARDALL, -- BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, CARPENTER & JOINER. Estimates given for all kinds of work. Orders promplly attended to, BROOK STREET, T1~T~BTTISUtI. Charles Daniel, CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, SUPPJLIES TJ4E SURFOUFrDING ZISTRIG1 WITH AERATED WATERS OF THE BEST QUtLDITY. LEMONADE, GINGER-ALE, BODA-WATKR. FACTORY-OA KLAN DS ROAD, IB TTU Ij -A- Geo. Straughen, jEGS to inform the inhabitants of SSunbury that he is prepared to Deliver N E W M I L K daily at 3d. per quart. Springvale Dairy, SUNBURY. W0OOD,. FENCING PALINGS, S BRICKS, &c. iJAMES WHELAN Begs to Notify to the Inhabitants of Sunbury that he has OPENED A WOOD YARD /C f. : , '< ."I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

E ;very T iccdp oih of * WITH DISPATCH. -- * " a . .?j" ,:?? :! ---Y"7--- " .... BI BsnesS -. .% . - -. ... = " THE Sun Ubury :News - PUBLIS~i 1 rwcvnySATU RDAY E 3d PI..E. .. O ---i------ S': 'I'osted to all parts of the ? AUSTRALIAN - i - -CO..O IES TP)_:D:.R ELIVERED FOR ?~Ji UARTE~R 0 PRICES OF' CASH ADVERTISEMENTS : ,' ed Servants 1 words 1 U n11?. 1 Situation ,, 1 0 To L,(:t. iltu&,e ,, ,, . 1 0 bu?ird & Rsitldncc ., ,, 1 0 S\nmnuito luy .. ,, ,, 1 0 Srin. .. R . 0 01011a" ? u ilt h , .. lieh Sufferer's Best Friend. *~ - LL All D'ieors .rs t. +fi.tig +,, , i, er, S. oma- h, .:.d (,-? l:4. These Pills can be con'ideurlyreconmmen'led as the mie t certa,; n edy f or indigestion fIatuilency, ac!i F t, l.art-urn, colic. oniszti tion and ci the i alaies resuing from disordered st.ma.h or bowels. Th:,, 0ills are alt.ratives and stren,'thenerbs o the stomach. They may be taken under an" ctrcumstances. *Weakness and Debility, Nervous Irrilabilitv. The wholesome efiect e...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

ODDS AND ENDS. Fine coffins are now made of wood pulp. Nickel-in-the-slot lotteries are a San Francisco novelty. Iottles have been successfully blown by machinery in Woodbury, Pa. There are 1850 cities and towns in the United States which are equipped with electric light. A Paris inventor believes that he can calm the ocean waves round a vessel by spreading over them a thin cotton or silk net, made unsubmersible by being dipped in a certain chemical solution. The first open air experiment for a statue in aluminum has just been made in London. It is the figure of an angel placed on the monument recently unveiled in memory of the Earl of Shaftesbury. The governmentof India offersa reward of 25,000 dollars to the man who will in vent a machine for extracting the fibre from the sisal leaf with only one motion. Now the leaf is pushed in between rollers, crushed, and pulled backward to extract the fibre, and'it is this backward motion: which is to be dipensed with. A novel tunnel is proje...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

STAMP DUTY ACT. - .41 B! LL OF EXCHIANGE. Bill 0o! Exhii ge and Pro isaory Nota-- L"u. d. .- Where the amnont. or value of the nulA.ey for which a bill or note is drawn e uoeds £10.003,. thln for every £?i0 of the a.tanowit or value, and ,iteo for any fraditional part of £50 if anlhi aiimint or valne .. 0 1 0 Bili of exchange payable on demand charge able with -lame duty as a prominsory note for IIaIe i tiimO nt. (Emlaiessed stamps iuist be nsed,which may be obtained at all Post Oflices.) Exsnirioss. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker in Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payablu to bearer or to order, anild iusOl solely fur the purpose of settling or olearing any account between such bankers. 2. Letter written by a banker in Victoria to any other banker in Victoria directing the paynfent of any stuin of money, the same not being, payable to hearer or to or-der, and such letter. not being sent or delivered to the person to whom payment is to be made or to any pertion ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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A STRIKING RESEMBLANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

A STRIIKilG PESEMBLINCE. He was the son of a wrrthy citizen, and had just returned from col, goe. Ilisfather was a brusque, matter-of-fact man, who had no love for anythiag pronounced, and he noticed with sorro"': thft his son returned with the latest thing in collars, and various other insignia of dudedom. The old man surveyed him critically when he appeared in his cflice, and then blurted out " Young man, you look like an idiot." Just at that moment, and before the young man had time to make a fitting reply, a friend walked in. " Why, hello, Billy, have you returned ?" he asked. " Dear me, you have grown like your father !" " So he has just told me," said Billy, smiling covertly. From that day to this the old gentleman has had no fault to find with his son.

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WEST BOURKE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

WEST BOURKE A(RICUL TUF~AL SOCIETY. The ordinary nionthly meeting of the West Bourke Agricultural Society was held at McPherson's Lancefleld Road Hotel on Saturday afternoon. There were present :--Messrs R. Clarke (in the chair), CampbeJl, Anderson; Dixon, Seymour, Williams, Millane, Pearce. McPherson, Grant, and Mr Thomas, secretary. On taking the chair, Mr Clarke apolo gised for his absence from the society's meetings during the past three or four months. He said the weather had been very Wet and on the occasion of the annual meeting he was detained *hrough illness. He had never m issed so many meetings, consecutively, since the society commenced. MINUTES. The minutes of the last annual meet ing were read and approved of. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. SPECIAL MEETING. Mr Thomas said he had called a special meeting of the council for that day to deal with a notice of motion sub mittod by Mr Everist to have the rule repealed making a donation of at lea...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT DIGGER'S REST. A MAN RUN OVER. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

THE FATAL ACCIDENT AT   DIGGER'S REST. A MAN RUN OVER. Friday. Of the above our Digger's Rest correspondent writes:—A sad fatal   accident occurred here last Tuesday about 5 p.m. on the Castlemaine-road, midway between the railway station and Lock's Hotel, to a young man named Ailferty, who was proceeding to Bendigo in charge of a team of three horses and a lorry laden with about 2 tons of merchandise, which, judging from the position in which he was found, must have passed across the unfortunate man's back from shoulder to shoulder, for when found he was stretched out in the cenitre of the road, face downwards, in an unconscious condition. With the least possible delay the casualty stretcher was procured from the railway station, and he was conveyed thither, where he regained consciousness, but was unable to speak, apparently suffering excrucia- ting agony by his groans. On the arrival of the 6.40 p.m. train he was despatched to the hospital, but life was ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News And Bulla And Melton Advertiser
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POETRY. The Way We Walked. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News and Bulla and Melton Advertiser — 14 October 1893

POETRY. "The Way we Walked. 1 met a woman on liSe's way, A woman fair. to see ; Or caught up with her, I should say, Or sle caught up with mine. "'The way is long when one's alone," I said, "" and dangerous, too ; I'l ellp you by eaco stumbling stone, if 1 m.y walk with you." I saw her hang her head and blush, And 1 could plainly see The fire that caused the fevered flush; I wnispered, ' Walk with me. Thou art of all the very maid A bravo- heart wants to woo, And I'll remember long," I said, -'The way I walk with you." Then on we went; her laughing eyes And sunny smiles were sweet; Above us, clue and burnished seies, And ruses 'neath our feet. "I'm glad your sunny face I've seen," I sail, "when life ia through I'll own the best of it has been The way I've walked with you." And on we went; we watched the day Into the darkness merge; My fair companion paused to say, "" Iiere s wnere our paths diverge." 1 answered, "" Yes, and one more mile Is fading from our view, And all he while lit...

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