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FORGOTTEN GEMS FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

FORGOTTEN GEMS FROM AUSTRALIAN CLASSICS. A task is set readers this week. The For gotten Gem of Australian verse, for the writer of which search will have to be made, is from the pen of one of the popular poets. The prize of 2,'6 will be forwarded to the correspondent whose letter, giving the name of the author, is first opened in this office : unii iu \ne tirntr. melt' imvM mr.v n- bimkink WltJi tht* rich ml .liilcc of 11it* vine at it* root: JJuwn in the In t ii I wlit'iv t two's iiu inviiliini;, tin lurprt tliii:, uiiil no hii'KiiUliic, While we (oil luml (or (In- wiplefs fntlt. Last week's selection was from Sunset, by G. C. Whitney. The 2/6 prize was won by Mrs. W. J. Beaver, 39 Elliott-street, Balmain.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAG ENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

[?] By JOHN DRAYTON. Eat less and walk more, says one of the medi cal papers. If this is good business, the tramp must lead the ideal life. ? ? * Here is a case of involved relations: Three Victorian brothers married three sisters. Their father, being left alone, turned round and mar ried the mother of the girls. The problem of the future is the kinship of the issue of the marriages. ? * ? Sydney complimented by an American visitor; 'This will sure be some town when they get the streets finished.' He struck, us in one of our periodical tearing-up spasms. ? ' ? ? What struck some of bur boys in England is the number of .places there named after places in Australia — scores of streets in London have the same names as those in Melbourne and Sydney, too, » » » An English paper asks: ''Are we at war?' Un less the cablcman has been doing some extra special fine lying we arc. ? * * 'Tackling the Germans, when we got to 'em, was like knocking daisies off the stem with a stick,' says one of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

...._- ? ly . _ ^. _ ? _ ? _. . ' THEATRE ROYAL TO-NIGHT - SATURDAY AND THEREAFTER TWICE DAILY. ^^ 'KHE HEART-TO-HEART PHOTOPLAY. fl*^^^^^Pl^P^ifc^^^wJSate(ia*-?v'*- as Rev. Father Shannon. THE MARRIAGE BEHIND THE ALTAR. APPEALS TO CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANTS ALIKE THE EVER-BURNING AND PERPLEXING QUESTIONS :— 1. DO YOU BELIEVE IN MIXED MARRIAGES . . fc^ 2. HAS A FATHER A RIGHT TO 'SEPARATE HIS DAUGHTER FROM T\ THE MAN SHE LOVES BECAUSE HE DID NOT BELIEVE IN tfi MIXED MARRIAGES, ? ., - r 3. SHOULD A GIRL GIVE UP THE MAN SHE LOVES BECAUSE OF HIS a ' RELIGION . ™ SEE THE GREAT TRAGEDY THAT THE LOVE OF A PROTESTANT MAN FOR A CATHOLIC WOMAN RESULTED IN. Ijgll^y^^^*^ HOME MADE CAKES i jjfl*§3Bj||*ii^ For delicious light and tasty cakes,- try \ ra. -n^ 'Feather' Self-Raising Flour. Your grocer |1 keeps it in packets or bags. ... H Id Stamp will bring you a' free copy of the ' jt^^SP M ''Feather' Self-Raising Flour Cook Book. f, i B Save the coupons, --^-lfcj*jL*& H ]). .MITCH KM. * CO...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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At the Movies CHURCH AND THE WOMAN REMARKABLE LOGAL PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

At the Movies CHURCH AND THE WOMAN REMARKABLE LO6AL PRODUCTION. ' The local production of pictures in Australia lias received a powerful impetus by the screen ing of The Church and the Woman at the Royal, commencing Saturday. Mr. H. R. Roberts, who made such a success in The New Sin at The Playhouse, adds to his reputation by taking the part of the priest, and Mr. Boyd Irwin, Mr. J. O'Neill, and others contribute to an excellent cast. The him has been made in Sydney, and some of the scenes were taken at Riverview College. The theme of the story is the concession of a man for murder, for which another is about to be, hanged. The confession is made to a priest, who is placed in a terrible dilemma. If he speaks he will reveal the secrets of the Con fession. The murderer, who acknowledges his guilt during an illness, will not release the priest from the obligation of his profession, after he makes his recovery. On the other hand, the priest finds ij difficult to face the prospect of a m...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

DRAUGHTS. .'-' PROBLEM No. 16. Contributed to tlm Mirror by A. E. Brown, Nambucca. Black: 7, 17, 18, 21, 22, 27. K. 20. White: 0, 14, 15, 20, 23, 30. K. 13. Mack to play and win. Solution of No. 14 («arker)— Black: Man r-: Ks. 12, 13, 81. White: Men 10, 14, 21, 30. K. 8. White to play WV.l win thus:— 21-17, 18-0, 17-13, 0-14, 30-20, 31-22, 13-0, 14-7, 3-10, 5-14, 10-20, 32-10, 20-23. White wins. Tinus for the Unwary.— (1) Jlaid of the Mill. 11-13 0-18 C-10 11-10 2-11 21-30 £2-17 24-20 30-20 20-4 21-14 31-20 8-11 4-8 1-(1 3-8 30-21 30-23 17-13 20-23 24-10 4-11 14-9 27-2 35-18 10-U 14-17 (n) 7-30 5-14 White 23-14 2S-24 23-14 14-7 20-25 wins, (a) The beginning of the big offensive; many prisoners captured, (2) Second Double Corner. 11-15 28-10 5-0 22-17 10-20 18-0 24-19 0-14 20-22 11-10 31-2(1 10-14 15-24 22-18 8-11 25-22 0-13 17-10 Then 0-31. Black wins.

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUTUAL HELP BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

MUTUAL HELP BUREAU Toilet (ltand.vhk): One of the most useful washes for the hair, wlwrc there is a great deal of daudruff, is inndc as follows:— Sage leaves jib, boiling water 1 pint. Pour on lo the leaves, and leave for a day and a half to thoroughly steep; then strain, mid add: Camphor Joz, ? glycerine loz, spirits of rosemary Ijdr. Use this every oilier day at first, then twice a week with the stimu lating pomade. This wash is an excellent restorative, and prevents the hair turning grey. Supper Qiatoomba). — Coffee Cream: Mricc a cuetard witn two eggs anu nan a pint oi mint; dissolve an ounce of gelatine and three ounces of lonr sugar in half u pint of strong coffee, add to' the custard and strain. Whip half a pint of cream and «tir it lightly into the custard when cool. Pour into a cool mould till bet. T.J.S. (Ilobart).— Mock Crab: Grate some stale eheeso, pound in a mortar gradually, incorporating made mus-' tard, cayenne, salt, and enough salad oil to make the mixture the con...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME DRESSMAKING A LADY'S CHEMISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

HOME DRESSMAKING A LADY'S CHEMISE. If it be in silk, muslin, or tarantulle, I feel cure this little chemise will give satisfaction to the wearer. It is a simple design cut with a rather low V-shaped neck, ending In points upon the shoulders. It may be drawn in at or above the waist with ribbon, or, if preferred, hang loosely. Tlio tint (cm oonfcistn of tmu piece, the half-front. We back Is cut from tho wmie piece, being made hilghtly narrowed1 by turning back an hull-wide strip down the wnt re of the 'pattern. METHOD 01' CUTTING.— Csc the material folded wlt.li «'lvcd|f(« together, and cut both lmclc and front with* out n join, placing the centre of Die pattern to a fold, It is always advisable to try the pattern Against the figure before cutting, to as to rcc how much is required tot turnliies and to get some idea of the required length. METHOD. OK MAKING.— Tads up (lie ride kmhur, then clip on and lit the chemise. You will notioe in the illustration the shoulder sennits arc not jo...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS & DRAUGHTS PROBLEM No. 16. mack (10 pieces.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

CHESS & DRAUGHTS — ? ft . PROBLEM No. 16. ttlaclt (10 tiicccH), White (10 pieces). (rlnlK3( ji'iiBI, JplplP2, 7b, 2PkBn2, 3Nrp2, 4P8, 2H3Q].) White to play and mate In two movcR.— G. Guidelli. Solution of No. 14 (Wliitc).-4B8, OBI, 8, SPllcpJ, JnuR, B«2PlK2n, 3Q4.— Mate in two. Key— 1, K-K 3. Solved by-It. W. Hill, Melbourne and H. Jenkins, Tempe. '* A brilliancy prize was awarded this game in an Inter national Tourney. 1 P-Q 4 ? P-Q 4 13 It-Q 1(?) IMC Kt 0 2 Kt-K B 3 P-Q B i J4 P-B 4 P-G fl 3 P-K 3 Kt-Q B 3 15 Q-B 2 P-B 4 ? 4 P x P P-K 3 10 P x P P x p fi P-Q II 4 P-Q It 4 17 H-Q 3 '~ B X Kt 0 B-K 2 B x P 18 P x B Q-Kt 4 ch 7 Castles K1-B3 10 K-B 1 Q-B 5! 8 Kt-B 3 Castles 20 P x Kt P x P fl Kt-Q Kt 5 Q-K 2 2] Q-Q 2 P-K 0 10 P-Q Kt 3 It-Q. 1 22 Q-K 1 Q x II P 11 B-Kt 2 P-K 4 23 Il-Kt 4 IMC B 1 12 Q-B 1 Kt-K 5 White resigns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

The choicest iinconipaniinwit to a cup of afloriioon tea is woiios hot limit the oven. 'I'Vatlicr' stones me rightly namcil, because they nrc I lie very last word in lightness and wholesonicnpssr- Your grocer stocks 'Feather' in packets and .bag*, ami can recommend it lo you How lo bsiUe with 'KimiUhm' is told in tlii- 'Fcatlier Solf-KaHng Hour Cook Hook,' a copy of which will be sent on idpiest from 1). Mitchell and Co Ltd., US Clarence-street, Sydney. Kindly enclose Id stamp for postage and mention Hie Jiirini-.— Aiivt. FREE Every woman whose health is causing her anxiety is invited to write for a copy of our new Booklet of valuable informa tion, which should be in every home. Send 3d. for postage to Dept. T.M., Ladies' Col lege of Health,, 54 Oxford Street, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

^|f_ — . ? — ?*? MIRROR FREE PATTERN Name. ? Street and No ? Town and State ? October 13, 1917. No. 66. O-- -- -4 THE CALL. When your feet are aching, Are tender, tired and stiff, List to their sharp, yet silent call. They're crying out for 'BIFF.' Chemists and Stores, 1/6 and 4/.* 'THE MIRROR OF FASHION' Pitt Street Horderns'. NEW SPH1NO AND SUMMER CATALOGUE 1LLVSTRATKS THK LATEST 1DKAS. IN GOWNS AXD HATS. Send for Your Copy. It's Post Free. HORDERN BROTHERS 203-211 PITT STREET, SYDNEY. : When 'Writinjr Please Mention This Paj-cr.

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NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. Alice Joyce and Harry Morey arc featured in the five-act Vitagraph drama, The Question which is to be screened at the Empress Theatre all the week, commencing Monday next, in ad dition to The Tiger Woman, Theda' Bara's latest Fox drama. w * i- y With her Screen Follies and her entrancing dances, Olive Thomas has captivated the mil lions in An Even Break, her Triangle musical comedy, which is to be screened all the week at the Strand Theatre, commencing Monday next, supplemented by His Bitter Fate, a joyful Keystone comedy. Enid Bennett and Margery Wilson sustain the leading roles in The Mother Instinct, a drama by the Triangle Company, relating a young girl's supreme self-sacritice in defence c£ her honor. It will be shown on Monday even ing next at the King's Cross Theatre, in addi tion to His Cool Nerve (Keystone) and a new story of The Scarlet Runner. IT * * The Little Duchess, starring Madge Evans, will be shown for three nights commencing Monday next, at ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY GOSSIP Bad for the Cow. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

COUNTRY GOSSIP ? — ? ? — — By HAYSEED. Bad for the Cow. A Sydney party, motoring into Windsor on Sunday, ran into a cow on the Fitzroy Bridge. There was a narrow, escape from a serious smash, in which all parties would have been involved. The axle of the vehicle was broken, and the cow dragged about 30 feet before she could disentangle herself from the buzz wag gon. No casualties. Railway Commissioners and Milk. Junee Council has entered a protest against what it considers the undue leniency of the Board of Health tb the Railway Commissioners, from whose rooms at the local station was taken a sample of milk not up to the required standard. The Board decided that the Com missioners should be cautioned. The Council considered a caution was not sufficient, and demanded that the usual course be pursued, and a prosecution instituted, as such leniency is cal culated to create resentment in the mind of the piivate vendors of inferior milk. When the Boys Come Hack. A' correspondent of Lismo...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MIRROR of SPORT HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE— That Line Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

MwiwJSwi HORSE, FOOT, AND MARINE ?liy Our CorrcHpondentH. Thai Line Hall. Now that the four days of the A.J.C. meeting 'nave ,bcen completed, it is gratifying to learn that, notwithstanding the success of several 20 to 1 (and some longer) shots, those public bene factors, the books, managed to make a 'line ball' of the meeting. Even that is a big con cession, and it is reasonably safe to assume that wort a referee to examine the position he would declare them to have scored a double baulk. The Tote. Save for one or two excusable minor defi ciiiiicicc on the opening day, the Randwick Tote did its job like a man-sized workman. And it set a great example in how not to go slow. It was a revelation after what we have been ac customed to on other courses, and one of its virtues is that it will make the public desirous of seeing the. same system replace the old fashioned methods adopted elsewhere. On some courses that transfer is being brought about ; and all the To'te-betting public want ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

Protect Yourself Against Westerly Winds by using Ji JL JELi JuLi 1 ^1 -«Li \aaJ' VHean's Essence/ THE FAMOUS MONEY-SAVING REMEDY FOR COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP, CATARRH AND OTHER CHEST AND THROAT TROUBLES. -, „„„.„ ? „„ ' MR. THOMAS LEONARD, 101 Bourke-street, Redfern, one of the best-known men ' ^a^^^^^ In Sydney and Suburbs,-.wrltes:— - ^^^^^^^^m Please let me have another bottle of Heenzo. You will remember that last year ^^^^^^^&^&. - LaaveL.y?,u a. testimonial. I have kept myself free from colds and throat troubles all ^^^^^^^Sffi through the Winter by using Heenzo, and now require it to protect myself against the ^^^^^^^^» westerlies, which always played up. with my chest till I got on to your unfailing remedy. ^^P^^^^^^P^ fll^Jilll ^wte*1' '' l; mm*. MR. SIDNEY JAMES, the world-famous ventriloquist, who is now pr& ¥^^™WW*^wl^^ ''^WwV senting the remarkably clever play, '.The New Sin,' at the Playhouse, ^^^^P^;^%\'^iy :*^« A /u 'Recently I was seized with hoa...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS XVI.—Fate of the Northern Aboriginals [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

THROUGH AUSTRALIAN WILDS XVI.~Fate of the Northern Aboriginals especially written for the Mirror by FRANCIS BIRTLES.) He was an expert at nulla-nulla fighting, and so far this wandering knight errant had bluffed his way through from Burketown. He could speak English in a soft, hesitating kind of way —enough to let me understand his meaning. Throughout all my following hardships be helped me faithfully as a primitive brother. Davy 'Fanchala' (quiet fellow) soon learnt what a motor car could do, and where it could go. To him I credit any knowledge I gained of the ways of the Calvert River blacks, amongst ? whom I was fated to live for over three months, sick and worried. ILL-TREATMENT OF NATIVES. These natives had a bad reputation. Why and how I hope to show in future issues that will throw a rather lurid gleam on to the treatment given out by irresponsible whites. [ The days of slavery are officially gone from the I British Empire ; still, in this, our Australia, 5 persecution, slave...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP A War Masaue. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

Through the Eyes of a Woman :: :: THE WEEK'S GOSSIP A War Masauc. Kunaghgein, Bayswaier-road, the residence of Mrs. Lancelot Lloyd and Miss Williams, looked very gay and picturesque last Saturday afternoon, when' a bazaar was opened by Miss Macarthur Onslow in aid of the Girls' Friendly Society. Some pictures of the function will be found elsewhere. A feature of the afternoon was the War Masque, a musical play produced by the members of no fewer than 19 branches of the Girls* Friendly Society. The girls were dressed to represent different nations, and the effect was very pretty. The lower lawn was used for the open-air theatre, which overlooked a charming peep of Rushcutters Bay. . A Bombay Graduate. Miss Crosthwait, of the Mission Settlement University Women in Bombay, who is at pre sent seeking recruits in Australia, spoke at a bazaar organised hy the local mission and held in the Y.W.C.A. rooms, Castlereagh-street, on Saturday afternoon. Miss Crosthwait, who is a Dublin girl, is ...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR BUSY FINGERS FUTURIST- FRUITS. TURN OUT YOUR SCRAP BAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

FOR BUSY FINGERS FUTURIST FRUITS. TfllN* OUT YOI-U .sntAl'.HAO. Jliottfi rosti.v io im.v, hcciiuse they itiy new, Hie fruit li'iwiitluii i» mrci'v no tiiNkc ut |,oini., Titni out ?'. T,?1';1,''''' .','' ,' Rl'K-l;« «'»' wwt p|m.« of plain ,„„! dim. Bilk, tin- hrltflitiT the c-uliiw flic belter. 1 he leaves lire shaped like i,j,|,iu Uvvvh, uiiil «re made of black or « dtiliKli (jiwii kIIIi. f'lil mil it number of tliose leaven, lake twn of iliwn ami Join them u.v running rtllelie* n ? .1 ilio etlir/ e'. cop] where the «1o|Uh1 lines come). Turn imMf out, no I. 11..' raw 0.1km ate JukLU-, 'ami sllR1ill.v K«th'r 1i« bottom ,..r«.. Make about ton of tl.ww leaves, hut do not mv thrill on your I'litliiuu until Ule fruit* are makixo tiii; vnvm. The fruit i arc ,nade from c-liclcs of the liriKhn.eniomi fill.', l.ao a teacup or a Kimilt lianln tu gn tliiw ilr w ing oul 1 lip. outline with « pencil. ' !t Is UMlil to have tile fruits iHITwiit In *lyo mul color, no twn bring; »11U«. even when ir...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

T^M.OGUTKttf, Oratory, nramatlc Art, Picture Act'ni;, ' MuMcnl Monotrgiicg, I'lociitlon of Song, Scenario Writing for 1'iiliirc IMa.vs, l'lil.lic Speaking. Sliittcrin;;1 mill Summering Cured. MR. WALTKR BENTLEY offers a thorough (raining in any of flicec *iiiijfeti. Among Mr. Bontlcy's iiiaiiy Miurivsliil pupils ari- ilis»es Dorothy ('nimiilnjc, Kilcfii liouiniun, Sylvia Ure.uur, KstliiT Milvhrll, Njiiiryo Stcicul, mid a Jirsi of -ijtier«. ('nil at lln- Stiii'.io, I'lCNZANCK ( IIAHBKUS, £' ! UZA UK'JH STHKKT (.mar lluntir-s.rcel). \

Publication Title: Mirror, The
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THE WAYBACKS AT HOME READ THIS FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

fi I ? JxLjL '^^ [?] UKAU THIS FlItST. On a ccrlnln washing iiny Surah Jane Wii.vbnoli, whilst unwrapping (he neap, discovered an advert lui'ini'iit in the paper enquiring for board nnil residence In the bush for n t'oiitlciiiaii mid his two sIMcrs. Buruh niinwera thu art vert lsi'ineM, mid in due course Mr, Hornet) aohlglily aeeompanlcd by Ills grown Bister, Palmira, and liltlo Kriii'sllnu arrive at thu farm, The Gchlghl.vs were city bred— had never been in the country before, nml the tnimiicru antl customs of the IVaybacli household bud all the charm of novelty. Untiring to rest the- first nlnht, .the city islrl was dis turbed to flml the Waybaclc youngsters watching between the slabs as she dlncbed, Later she iiwoicc in terror believing that conicono was being* cruelly murdered, but discovered It wns Dads cnorlng, Next day Rile inaclo eager research in tjie farmyard, aim became quite an enthusiast. Horace was taken round the farm by Duds, who swelled with pride ob be exhibited bi...

Publication Title: Mirror, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRACTICAL WORK AT THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Mirror — 13 October 1917

PRACTICAL WORK AT THE FARM. But the practical work of the farm was of even more absorbing interest. One day Horace stopped Dads, who was ploughing at the end of a strip of land. 'What do you plough the land for, Mr. Way back?' 'Why — why, to turn it over, to be sure,' 'But what do you turn it over for and scratch H and then roll it all flat like it was at first?' 'Well, I'll be blessed ! That's cultivatin , that is.' 'What do you cultivate for?' 'Ter make things grow.' 'How does that make things grow?' 'Well, yer see, it's this way. The sile's asleep, as yer may say, an' we sort o' tickles it tcr wake it up like, an' ther more we tickles ther livelier it grows things — slashes er way like er bloke when he gets riled.' 'Oh, that's it,' said Horace. 'And why don't you plough that paddock?' 'That's a bare faller; we's spellin' that land. You see, it gets tired like, an' wants er holiday now and agen.' ''Oh, I say!' said Horace. 'Only fancy land getting tired! But I know how it is — the...

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