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Bellbird. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

BellbircL I Thenaineiwas laid idlefor acotiple ' ? of-£hiift^j3)ic3' week /owing to a shorfc t age of waggons; .' ' '-..'?' ?\ '' A BociaV.' send-off to Miss . Cole, ; - late of 'Kalara,' took -place 'x-rr ? .) Tuesday night. Thp function proved ' '. entirely enjoyable and successful. - - A- big attendance is expected at 'rtl?e 'meeting bf*tJie local' Progress Association on Wednesday night next. Some important matters are coming* forward lor -discussion. ; ''Rumor lias been bosy with inflec tions . against the sanitation of our little town and the small pox. There is no truth -in the statement that a case has been discovered here. Three accidents occurred at the /oilier jr this week, in which acci dents cf more or Jess serious nature ^??^'?6 received. Mr. George Cousins,-; Bhiltruan, a highly respected Belllrifd =-,citts5on, received a sevei'e-strain while JHfjtinji-fl rail ;!'JSfr. J. Jones, ,vniiner, was injured by a fall of coal ; and young Berif-McDonald, wheelor, had his knee ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

Elialong. - It is said that if Big Tom had# been allowed to bat with Bkert's team the Elialong ylayers would . have been beaten. The dirty man from Congewai was in town last Monday night. He ap peared at the wine shop in fancy dress and was much admired in fe ? rnaie arare. A dog poisoner has been around the 3istrict. Dead dogs are found lying all over the place. Wire Whis kers has offered £10 reward for the apprehension of the poisoner. Half-a-dozen dead canines were found on Paddy Slavin's track. Pe culiar how they all went to that place to ' snuff off.' Skinny Jack and Bandicoot Bill have started a jam factory, and are making money like smoke. The strike on the mountain Road has been settled. ' The Kaiser ' fixed things ud neacefullv. It is understood that the Bush King will not have so much of his own way next Elialong races. It is said the King won £2000 last meeting. I regret to state that our esteemed resident, Mr. Peter Phillips, is an iu , mate of a private hospital at Cess...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

CESSNOCK,— ^EASTER MONDAY. ' f^al Sports and Military Carnival, Cessnock Racecourse. EASTER MONDAY, ApnJ 5, 1915 INTENDING COMPETITORS arc re minded that entries for the following events — All-Owners* Handicap Trot, if mile £i$. Maiden Handicap T^ot, I mile, £4 4s. Local I'ooy Cliainpionsliij) Trot, t mile, £2 '. and Trophy, Voung Cominerdtti Trot, 1 mile, ,£10, for all ; Two-yeir-Olds by Young Commercial. ? All-comers' Foot Hep., 75)-ds.,' ^5, CLOSE Monday, March 29, AT ? P.M. i' 'AH other events, including Dancing and; Military events, post entry, tor lull particulars and programmes. : J. V. UOYLE) liSint: -. ^ :,V. T/KYAN j Hon. Sees. Public BariciL SATURDAY, MARCH 27. Good Floor. Good Mua'c.: '.??,, Si UNWIN,' j P'-''-t^ Maitland Races. To-Morrow, Saturday, March 27 Big Fields, Splendid Racing, . Good Sport. Trains Bight to the Course. ALLAN ANDERSON, Secretary. Cessnock Jockey Club. NOMINATIONS FOR COMMITTEE. MEMBERS are notified that nominations are invited, closing at 8 p.m. ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Motor Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

? ..ff; llotorXJtoli. l\:^V: : The membere*fthV' Motor ;Qub ha^A4^0i4M^i^i^ B&iBrday cyapr* ing when: tb^|a^gjB^i^ at asmoke ooncert in ; Attv?ater*s^ Hjj]l. ;...???: J:Mfc. things in traembtoristi fashion. The tost; of the Motor Club was proposed MesBrjj^ °@l^u-i; |^R^--;l^(nlnfi»*and Everett .. 'rX-iu^g^be^yen|ua^Va aiid -ifluiou^iiue ? vittie .^toic^QXBperBal' ar rii^a a)J i.jWBre Apriyito f tconclude the ... -. .-. . ?- ?rar.^*r-..-s;i ' ? ?? '?..-??. ::??? '.C.--~v*\.ii-\' r ' ? .?? ? Mr. J. Simpson, ppticifLn, anpoun oes in our buBmes^' -wlutnflS; ihat he inay be con suited iat;'FulUc]£s'!^ooms every Tuesday, or ' fo'. apw-kitm!|rit. ?? . . . - . ? .-?-?' ;?' ? T~.'-r.i.H-.-f;v--';''« .' --t-S ?' . ' ' The schokrsoIfiKe' ideal ppblip, .school j,re preparing awlleclaon of exhibi^for the M^j^nd Show. -The exMhits include 6a^ng^1^kbinfling, JapkfjQ vg^sjjjb^d^ have in, Jia^4^^^^|^^'%0ep many; hyi j^ g^t)g:fnff ?ffiypij^ ;*npnt.tig, The

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chamber of Commerce. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

Chamber of Commerce. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. The usual fortnightly meeting of the alwve was livid at the School of Arts on Wednesday craning. Tliere was a very fair attendance presided over by Mr W. C. Allan in the absence of the president. A number of apologies were received. Correspondence was read from the District Superintendent of Railways stating that in view of tlio close proximity of refreshment rooms at Newcastle, Singleton, and Glouces ter it had been decided not to estab lish refreshment rooms at Maitland ; also intimating that it was not deemed necessary to provide lavatory carriages for short journeys. — Received. ' ? From Maitlaud Chamber of Com merce, tendering the -information that tHeir efforts to procure a re freshment room at West Maitland had net met with any encourage ment and they were now endeavour-, ing to secure dining cars. — It was decided to co-operate in this matter. From the Water Board, stating that the matter of the erection of a reservoir on Cessnock Hi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

ACCIDENTS. Mr. Tom Cherry was the victim of an accident on Saturday night. He was riding along .the Aberdare Road when he was thrown from his horse. One of his feet caught in the stirrap and he was . dragged a distance of about 100. yards. When picked up he was conveyed to Dr. Macarthur's where it was found he had fractured a colar bone, and sustained painful injuries to the face and head through being dragged along the road. ' ?? ... ? . j-.- . ? ? ' - Young Eric Biggers, son of Mr, Arthur Biggers, was the victim of a pamful accident last Saturday. He was inspecting spme fireworks in a tin when they exploded.-and he re ceived the full force of the explosion in tbe face!. The lad'-a eyes were in jured andr'requijedjnedical attention, and although it was first feared that the sight would be impaired ft is pleasing to state -that there isHkely tobe no after ill effects. ' '

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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'Eisteddfod Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

.*Els^i?^;|«a^Hi|fr- ;.;?;'?? A meeting T-fJl'«-Cessnoc'c and District I*ubHc Eisteddfod committee eyentu*ted On Thursday night xvhon Wi»«; ;^tf^tBaqtibn ',;;of much ;-«-utine wprki'with an 4mportaDt boaring on ^appr^c^|ti|^nnHal/toure, ''mk

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CESSNOCK SCHOOL OF ARTS. RAISING FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

CESSNOCK SCHODi OF ARTS. RAISING FUIJ;»^. The adjourned general meeting in connection with the above institu tion was held on Thursday evening. There was a fair attendance of mem beis, presided over by Mr. A. E Westcott. Mr. Westcott lead a letter from Mr. G. A. Lloyd, tendering bis resig nation in view of the want of interest of members in the institution. The president explained that the committee -iikd cleoid|cl to seek the qoVoperation of the^ineipbers in some effort to raise funds tpfliquidate the overdraft. Their position was a strong one financially, still it was thought if the overdraft could be wiped off, some stops could be insti tuted with repard to a new building. Their indebtedness stood at some thing like £200, whereas the assets were worth anything from £1500 to £1750—80 their position was ^finan cial. ' ,In reply to Mr. O'Neill the presi dent said the ? overdr^fiT -at the bank was £150, but had bejmiheretisea by a guarantee by Mr. -Bridge of £50, making a total right...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Congregational Manse. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

Congregational Manse. TUi contractors of the. Congrega tional manse in Hall street are now putting the finishing touches on a building scheme for the Congrega tional Church folk that must engen der much satisfaction by reason of its completeness. It will be remem bered that the contract was let at £600 to Jaokson Bros., (F.A. and N.C , sons of Mr. Chaa. -Jackson, the esteemed mauager of Messrs Gould Bros. & Co.) and the foundation stone was laid by Rev. J. D. Jones on August 7th, 1914. The building is of bungalow design ? and composed of brick, ceiled, and lined throughout with figured' em bossed steel ; the front fence (not yet erected) is to be of special ornamen tal design ; the building has a tuck pointed front (which gives the place a most finished appearance), and has seven rooms of the following dimen sions : Front bedroom 13ft x 16ft ; drawing room 18ft x 12ft Gin ; din ing room 18ft x 12ft 6in ; back bed room 12ft 6in x 12ft 6in ; kitchen 12 ft. x 12ft ; study 8ft x...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Weston Neighbours. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

;^iV^w^ ?-????« :???;'. e; :h Our Weston Nei£hboure. We8ton, Jand^BSuga 'as .well, /are after the lapse of many months ot trouble, owing to the closing down - of the mines over the afternoon shift trouble, resuming normal conditions. Empty housev are now a thing o( the past, and the towns are full of i strangers— many of J^hom.^Jiatpi secured employment. The hopes of the business ^people wh0 have, weathered the period of adversity! have revived, and they ajready pe gan'fo look ?fa0w(&ty thpfrst pay ^avj Unauestjonably the bOsinfess njftp in these «entre» has had £j rough time of it. There has been; no relief pay for him ; only the iterh; creditors to faoe; and it is to be hoped that the miners will rally rjundj those sJio bate shared their financial sh-uggles.-'; ;: t':.; ,.;. ' .' . ?'?''?. '??;; The Cessnock Shire Council in timate tliat Ordinance 70 under the Local ^rovemH\ept Act, l-egujating the erebfio^ol #u^dipgs, strjticture, materials, building jiue, sanitatipni GeB...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Cost of Living. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

The Cost of Living. Mr. Carmichael has been going into the cost of living, and as a re sult of bis researches he has con cluded that ihe weekly cost of living, inoluding rent, of a workman in New South Wales is £l/6/9R and of a workman in England and Germany £1/1/5. We do not know tfhejflier the workman is single or married. If single, he'll have, to dress like Cbidley and be a T.T. If married he'll have no use for tailoring of any description. As a guest of His Majesty a man can live much cheaper than this. In order to encourage Mr Carmichael to proceed in his investi gations it might be mentioned thire is a man at Mt. View who claims he can live on £l/(i/9 a week. . . ' ,V

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Death from a Revolver Shot. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

Death from a Revolver Shot Au inquest, touching the death of Edmund Harinan Shephard was held at Cessnock Court House on Wed nesday morning before the coroner, Mr. George Brown. ^The interests of the Crown were watched by Ser geant Jones. The evidence of Mrs. Sheppard, wife of deceased, went to show that in the afternoon on the 17th instant deceased was ill in bed, and she left him to get some medicine for him. On returning about 3 o'clock she faucied she heard a shot. Going in she found deceased making a gurgl ing noise. He could not speak, and a tumbler of sheep-dip was beside him. She administered an emetic, and on lifting hinvup saw a . wound above his heart. ^She sent for the doctor, Deceased owned no pro perty. -V Dr.,Mu,pa.rthiir.gave evidence that he was called 'to attend . deceased, who whence saw him was ju6t alive, 1)Ut expUxja1 almost immediately. There w«f : ,a revolvor shbt ^ound lust, overlis heart, and a revolver was neait-iliis right ejde. The shot -j»bimdi^HrlihiBi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

CYCLING NOTES. The Cessnock Bicycle Club held a roafl race, to Neath Hill and baok (1 miles), last pay Saturday. The roads were very fast after the shower of a few days before, and a well-contested race resulted in H. Tudor, SOsecs. ... 1 H. Ballard, lmin. ... 2 J. Baus, lOsoc. ... 3 .?'?'♦' ? The Club's .4 hours teams' race will take place next pay Sat., April 3rd. One third of the.gate proceeds is to go to the local Hospital. It. is to be hoped that there is a good roll up, thereby helping a worthy cause, and also helping to keep a good sport booming. Entries are coming to hand from all parts of the distriot, including 6everal teams from New castle. The entries close to morrow night, March 27th, Teams now in : — A. Playford and B. Baglee, Newcas tle : P. Mortis and A. Hawkins Nevvoasfcle ; H. Shields and H. Bruge, Newcastle : H; Ballard -and W:' Clarke, Newcastle ;. J. Robo, New castle, and W. Adams, Singleton ; A. Duggan and J. Batinington, Cess nook ; N.Jjing ana-A. Austip, Kurr...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

. - only arc shown at the - — -^— ? -r. v^-^, CINEHA.T** ? Saturday | A First-class Programme * . including a Laughable Keystone, Only the best pictures j secured. : - ? Sid Monks . and Co. CESSNOCK TROUSERS are the Cheapest and Best Quality on the Coalfields We select our own materials and have them made up to our own Designs, cannot be detected from Tailor Made. Ask to see our Tailor made Trousers at 10/6 and 13/6 . Tailor Made Suits Ready to Wear — — . t v Cut, Styes, and Trimmings the Best, Call in and Try ojie on and you will be convinced that you cannot be fitted better ifay any Tailor. 40/- 50/- 57/6 68/.. . SID MONKS & Co., THE DAYTIME MERCERS. B. S. Kempe and CoM Ltd The bargain tiduse. End of Summer Bargains in every Department Torchon Laces, very neat patterns Embroideries, lovely patterns, 9d, 10i 1/. 1/3, 1/6, 1/9 doz - 1/6,1/11, 2/3, 2/6, to 5/6 doz Flouncing Embroideries, 'l 8|d, lOfd, 1/Ud, all good linefe. ? Millinery, Milinery, ? Milinery . ?- . t . All we ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

J. D. O'SullivaiMB*^ Auctioneer* Valuator & General Commission Agent, x Loans negotiated at Lowest possible late Dpn't miss }.his opportunity ^ £10 will secuie -ou a home site Sl0 Next Door to Union Bank ? ../ ' ? - ( ? ?-:'????: ; - . -? i deposit ; jtmA otace. w imlliiiu'llfti |n mill ' 1 I Commissioners — H A WARDEN (PrcBldent) SP^H- OM WOOD, Tt D JIALL Cessnock Branch J. A NEWfl^N, Manager. Lal SECURITY ANID SATISFACTORY IlWfiREST arc the leading features of tills Institution. Debits ri-cetved Trom 1/ post-offices. - . ? . Bt ..,? DEPOSITS GUARANTEED BY THE GOVERNMENT. 34?6 I ? ' ' '-3% 1 sai INTEREST ON By order of the Commissioners, ON EXCESS J sno FIRST £200. J. H. DAVIT' ' ? —'' 1 ' ^ ma - - . ? . .? . ' ? lari ' ? I ? — — ? . ap] CESSNOCK HOTEL. : ? ? . ? .. j Under Entirely New Management, TI.p nnmrielnr of the Cessnock Hotel desires to intimate that patrons may rely upon every. * J.leXn The Cuisine, attendance and appointments are of the best, likew.se ll.e brands...

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Mr. John Brown on the Coal Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

Mr. John Brown on the Coal Trade. Mr John Brown, certainly the best known, figure, in the Australian coal world,: : delj^pr?. ; a /(s^oqh ,(vt . tjio Minmi mineiV picnic each year, an-\ this speech is always looked for and occasions much intfei'est, comment, and letter writing. Last Saturday was the date of the annual picnic and as usual Mr Brown hit out from the i ehoufdor with some plain and pro phetic (?) statements. He maile no secret that tliere liad been some trade grabbing, and predicted that there would be some cutting of prices and promised that John Brown would be up to his neck iu the com petition. He had two, of the finest collieries in,tlie world and equipped as no other collieries in the world are. According to Mr. Brown the outlook is not promising by any means.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Is This in Order? [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

Is This in Order ? . At last meetiDg of tbo Cessnock Shire Counoil Cr. Russell gave uotico of his intention to move ' That oxtra Allowance l»o granted when the coan cil meets after 4 p.m.' — and the no tice was accepted. It 1ms often fallen to our. lot to report what can nnii *ta.nnnf. .Im ^nnn aonftrAinti f/\ 'that book,' and it was with sur prise that we noted the acceptance of the notice. It is clearly laid down what the rate of payment shall bo to councillors attending meetings, and it would seem that the motion is out order.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

A. denkins, Tea Merchant, Fruiterer, Confectioner, and Stationer, etc. Have yon Tried the Famout Wattle Blend - *£f*3 ..3pi*B-T«as are fraly Blends ofl'er ' v'feclioB'and1eaye nblliing desirou'. Packed in any quaotity. In Confecdbnery we-carry a select stock of all that is best in English, Continental and ? Australian Sweets. Fresh Fruit aiid Vegetahles always ou hand. PRIME HONEY IN ANY QUANTITY! WeTiave juSt received a- quantity of prime Honey from the well-known ' Sunneyside ' Apiary,' Elialong. The quality of this honey cannot be Tjeaten, and is the product of Cy-' perian l-ees;frbiu red clover. ^ ? — Sl'EClAi; NOTICE— -We are west-end agent for THg'f/AC&B, and if desiring any informa tion regarding the paper, or printing, we will : be pleased to -supply It j. Main St, Cessnock. fthonvHorderns ,i?f'i,i:* :.-'?/?''- f^riV-rt».V!f-sst.fl,;».'r;--«jr.'.ii ?-,. '?-???: ? oA^R^^-'iain^.^Jjens,' and Second hand^tofles-waUTOaVeis;: . ? ' V « Gould Bros, & Co. t Timber M...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. The -Easter Monday sports are likely to prove a great success. The trotting events are sure to fill well, for there are many local horses that are to compete for the valuable trot ing prizes. With such a feast of events, an . eventful day must be counted on. Entries for the follow ing events close on Monday next, at 9 a.m. | Allcomers' Handicap Trot, Maiden Bindieap Trot, Local Pony Champiou Trpt,- Young Commercial ?; Mr, John Hill, J.£, has-been ill ^f Ja^^Puring =the wejik^he faaB been^confined to bis room/' That the Antarctica Skating Rink will open ' to-morrow night for the winter season. Orchestra in atten danoe.* ''''..''' '' Mr. J. J. Ryan informs us that he has plenty of work on hand. The genial J. 3. erects houses in quick time, but is kefet going at his top speed. ? - ' ?-.: ;.: If the salt pakes in the cellar during dainp weatjter; . put a few. grains of, rice in with it, A few dry bay leaves thrown oh to the fire, will -.fill.. the rogm with a pleas...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Small Pox in Cessnock! A FRESH CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 26 March 1915

-^hi|l#o)fc1niCessnocki- * '?-:K? -^4,^ESax:ASE. ''??' ; 'Travelling by this morning's train was a Frenchman, named Monsieur XieDupeV As iibe' train drew up, Monsieur stepped on to the platform and walked across to the bus. En tering, he 'awaited to be driven to his destination. Following the French man came three, well-known Cess nock ladies, who, climbed into the same bus.' But jubI as the busman drew 'up thf- :Eeins, a pale look came over the Frenchman's face, and turn ing to the driver: he said, ' Vait, my frent, vait, I have the small pox !'' Instantly the scared driver jumped from his seat and ran. The ladies screamed and fainted, and it was not long before a large.crowd gathered. But still the Frenchman, who was quite bewildered by this, shouted to the busdriver, '.Ker-vick, my frent, ze small pox ! ' By this time the police had arrived, and it took them half-an-hour to find out that the poor Frenchman was just trying to ask the driver, in his pigeon English, to fetch a small...

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