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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

- POLICE COURT. At the local Police Court on Wed nesday la~t, J. .McDonald was lined 5a .or six., hour* for drunkenness. On Thursday, Rohert Franklin, John Davia, John Devlin, John Sullivan arid John Rvnn were each fined .'-» or 24 ?hr.urs fo- Imbibing l-6 freely. Rob»rt Franklin w»o ,rls» fined £1 for using tibac. ne languuge. A.11 the fim s were paid with xle-eiueptit.-n ol Franklin's, - '

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAVELLING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

TRAVELLING STOCK. . The following B'ock pan^ings for tho week are rp-rtid: — £000 sheep from Tnlbo Estate to Fern Glon, Tal bo Estate, owner.',' W, Small ih charge. .30 -iO (-h'e|) from Goree to Bloworing } D. Eo.bertson, o.wner ; R -N. Smith in c'lJirge 7000 fh ep from Tooralie to Kian'dr'a ?.;'? S. M'Cn.iighy owner ; R.' H. Towling in charge. .'

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegrams. THE STOCK MARKET. SYDNRY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

Telegrams. THE STOCK MAliRET. Si-DNEr, Fiiday. At Homebu-h jea-er«lay bullrckB brought fr..m £.J 10 £7. Ewes, 5s to 7a 3d ; wethers C:i 8a Sd: PARLIAMENT \ IIY. Tho Assembly yea erni^ht passed tho Koorwath'a-(jre.nfoll Railwav urn inrougn ail utnges. The Ilouso went into Committee on the Gut! mates, iassii,g a vote in con nection with tho Executive and Legislative Council. U|jon a vote being takon lor the Coonial Secre tary's Department a strong feeling was exhibited airain-t increases to. highly p«id oHicinls. A number of sppaki'TS deciired agnin»t giving, the Public Service Board a free band in lixiug salaries, and sevrrul proposed incieasea were negatived. ProgiuuB was reported after a vote for the Ab origines Protcclion Bosrd was taken. The Upper House opened o discus sion on the Totalizator Bill. A con sdt'iable amount of opposition was ahown to the nietuure. Eventually tho dobato was adjourned for a fort night, w-iich uii-ans- the shelving of the question thiti session. Th9 F^...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRUSHED HIS FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

CRUSHED HIS FOOT. A MAN'namid Patiick Dinan had the tons of one of 'his feet badly criiehed ori' Th'u'&day afternoon dewn at tho .fon-5B' Crfek Uridgii work. The driving of the -pili s- for the new and Dii an, who' was in charge of the opera' ions, was otanding close by ov tho wro'g aide when the ' monkey' sturtrd to uccei-d. Aa it stnrt'd it Eiavo a lurch, n. d jammed Dinan'i foot against the. p!le,iinj'nring it sev erelyri:. Tae tnan id now an inmate of -the- local hospital,' wjiere he is pio gresaing favorably.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAHAMSTOWN. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

GUAHAMSTOWN- RACES. Thk ab .ve i.ices were held on Thuri-day hist. a»d wo:e Jaigely at tended. Tho woither was deligtfu'ly fine, «nd the rat-ing gnod. ouinita' won ihu double, the Opening Handi cap and Gra'' am-town Handicap, whilst Siroocca cauL'hf the judges ey,e lirstin the Minor/ Pu Fe: The (Jun dagai rep., New Warrior, which is ownel by Jlr. Payne, annexed the lluck, JKace.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DIVORCE CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

A BIV0K0B CA'Slfi. Tn ihe Ihvorco- Court, Sydney, on Tuoflday, Mnry' Ellen Tuoliey petition ed for n divwice from ? her husland, Jol n J eeph Toohey, on the ground of desertion. ? .The petitioner staled she was married on Ausjust 18, 1878, ac cording to tho .rilea of ftha Roman Catboho - Uhurohj at lier fathor'H house, near Cootiitnundrn They lived happily together for 12 mortlis. Her liur-band then wont awny for. 18 months. In December, 1880, he re turned and resided with tho petitioner for o sfonk. Subsequently petitioner went to Bourke, whera't-hi; had a shop. Sho had only t- 'pn lier husband onco (?ince Warcli, 1897. ? Petitioner url mitti'd, in cross-fix.'.mitjntibn, that in July Bhe f,'Ot Eotno money fr .tn a man namrd Moiriesr. Last Friday week at Bourke, Mnrrissy had shofc himself. At the inquest on his body petitioner admitted thnfc on severu! oo.asions Mcrr.6sy had let t her money, but Bhe had always rppaiJ him. Morri-ay tried to shoot her first, and the bullet i,raaoil, h...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STORY— TELLER. UNDER FALSE COLOURS.CHAPTER Xlll—CONTINCED. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

THE STORY-' lELLER. izt)NDBR= ? CHAPTER. Xtll — Cojthxukd. 'Then yon will really help us? Our concert ia actually nothing more than a ponny rending, nhich we hold every month; .year in year out, for tho benefit of tho wiuter coal fund. A few friends likn Mr.v Middl ton aro good enough to tal:o reserved, bijc peni-3' seats and that helps us won dm-fullr. Mav I count uoon vou ? ' ' If you are willing to take my abilities on trust.1' ... ' I shall only ba too deligh'ed.' So says the curate, and as lie reallv looks as del'ghted fcB he |-r iclaima himself to be, 1 begiu already to flush with tho consciousness of hitiintf do;io a ' ki d action, whereat the curate teems to becomo more delighted than ever, and Mis Middleton smiles in an odd s-rt of a way, which provokes my curioo'ty as to what can bo amusing her so much. Somehow I find the curate's society very pleasant, and it is with some thing like a slio.-k that my thoughts are brougbt.back again to tho sterner real, ties of life. ' I e...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUNDAGAT RACECOURSE AND SHOW GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

GUN DAG AT RACECOURSE AND SHOW GROUND. A dkputati N consisting of VTossrs. BoMnBOD, KyW') and Sibthorpe from Gund'igai, and aucouipaniecl by Messrs Barnos, T. Fitzp^triclc, 'Maokay. Mc Laughlin, and Donild^on, Me.LA., waited upon ih i Minister f .r Lands un Tuesday afternoon to urge thnt ho ? _. ..ij ? »^*.^nn * 1-. -i n vii r.l rrn mn hint! a' WUU1U ^U^lvH\/^* uiu «uhujj» ...«?»-?-*. — t' e shnw ground and raoecourao at Gundagai. It «as siated.that several pdfitions hid beui presents I, and the people of Gundagai woie particularly unaniinouA in defiling tl'.o iimalga mation. Part -yi Hib land was low lying and subject to flood. Tho show ground people h'd somo motuy which they wtro willing to (-xpond in build ing'a if they could do to on tho sound ground hold by the raoi course authori ties.' Mr. Carrutbon pointed oufcjh^t, the area of tho racecourse waa too large and it wns proposed to curtail it. The amalgamation i ad been bp|io-e«l, as it was tiiouaht there would bo a clnslsing o...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gleanings, [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

Gleanings, /. .A circular has. 'been sen! to very many clergymen by a wine firm, 'setting forth the Merits of its'Hvines and liquers etc. The end of. the .circular -resSia : ' N.B — To avoid sus picion, every case sent you will Beggar: ' Will you please give rue a ponny, sir ? I am deaf and dumb.' Gentleman : 'Deaf and dumb !' Beggar : * I mean I am blind. It is me twin, brother who is deaf and ?dumb, ', sir. We look so much alike that I get mixed up my self sometimes.' The bultan ot lurKey nas just built at Mecca the biggest S| house. in the world It is in ) tended for the 'accommodation ' of pilgrims, and is capable of : sheltering 6000 persons. There are 400,000,000 people in the British Empire, and the ' Queen would have to live an ' other seventy years to enable her to aoe them all pa&s before hor, night and day, for all tha? time. ^'' The powder used at the late bombardment of Santiago cost £200,000., There are 27 Koyal Families in' Europe, two-thirds of which aTe of G...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAND APPEAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

'? LAND APPEAL COURT. .THis.XJourt coimiKii.ded.on Tuesday, when decision was given in the mat ter of the appeal nt .James Grah ira against the' d-cision of tho Cootatnun dra- L nd Board that certain state ments 'i-i the ?'deolrir'iiiion attached to K. P. Whatmoro s (now the ? ommer .liul^ Banking i Company t.£. Sydney, Liuiited'e) c,;1. No. OSSL'^Ooosamun dni, were false ?within .the meaning o^ si ction 26 of the Crown Lands A.or of -188t The -appeal .was dismia ed. — In fhe nppeal of Samuel Ward against tlie decision of tho Cjotarnun dra Lrmd Board that the condition of improvement* hud not bt'en ful filler! in respect of hia c.l., No. 19,061, Coo'amundra,* thi- question- mainl - de pended upon '-the method a-'opted of oa dilating the value of t!ie improve ments. .The Cr.iwn had a.-»siB3ed.tbe valuo of oi rtiiin dims at. their bar-' cost, and appellant claimed that the added value given to the selec ion should bo taken into consideration. Tho appeal was dismissed, but tut1 Court d...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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ORIGINAL POETRY. AN OLD 'MAID'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

' O iw.:.rA*i fOS'W ? T ' ' ? Ay OLD MAlD's t.'1'OHY. I know I'm an old sour maid, dear, As uTra' ,ir ciors i.'.in he. And I ul 1 te?l yo i why.it if, dear, If you'll cumunndsit by mr. Onco I was y iUn(j like y'-u. dear, And ptotty too, 'twas fia'id, . Ah,-jo?i t»as lo g ago dear, That time is long since dead, I hud a lover then, dcavic, So hiind«ome, liravo and briM,'. . .V And we 1 veil 1'iicli other, (Icatie, . VA ith a lovuaa true as gold. One day, 'twas in late October, '. .;?-.. We 1 ngored by tho do.ir . (-f thi; little viiii -chid to tngo That lookeil towards the ahni p. We had fa'lcn out over a, triflj, And I would not hid him a'ay ;. ; We parted in coldnifs, dearie, ; My pride wus groat nl-.i ays. That, nifjht n otnrin rose, dear, /-nd with tho life boat crew ? My d»r!ing went- to the rref-struck ship, My love do brave and true. They fnuntl him at tho bitak of cluv. And 1 id him' on tliu shi'ri1,'' : And I kissed the dear hands gently Tunt ne'er would clasp mine more; Will...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

CLIPPINGS. ? r ? ,- Mr. V. A. Bliickin.in, hpn.acci'Piiv.y of the Stock In o il rc'-AssociiLtioiv- : ? ?/^uutLShiiiar Iws i -??'»?- ;,'i n'lpitor fiom Mr. U 13. liuth l'ing on Ihe subject of a lit k which has been mod for rendering stbok immune against tick fever in A- stria. Mi' Ruthniug aaye, in his l'tter, that he has received a com munioition fiom Austria, statins thut 8imple3 of Queensl-nl cattle tick -which hf sent there have been pronounced idtnticl uiththo ticks which have proved suuh a ecouigo to the herds in Austria-Hungary, and whioh ever cffecieu the gume pveserves in the Austrian forests. It appears that, with tho ussiitiince of screi',.1 prominent veterinary surgenna of AustrU and the ho id kceppiE of the Kmperor of Austria, licka have been prepared am! found a remedy f«r ttie trouble. A marked improvement in tho cteucral health and freedom, not only from ticks but other por.isilo*, was found where ihe licks were established. It is claimed that the licks are not nly mu...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 10 December 1898

Do You Think The Independent is worthy of support ? If so become a subscriber and boom it; DENTI STS, SjTj* T'*'*' 5TV- TV? «CP f ? WILL VISIT ? I g u n d a ga i fortnightly:, — and mny bo consulted at — R 0 Y A -L ' II 0 T E L.. + + x Date of Next Visit— TniB'luy, \\ ednesdtiy and .Thurs day, Due. l.Sch, 14t.li and IStb. Reformed -^- sfe_ Dentistry. D K ]S T I S !JP , ARTIFICIAL TkKTII, PER Sli'J', fronr£l. 10.-. I'KKTH EXTRACrED ? 2s. Cd EXT K ACTION KV15KY SAT . I^-V^5 1'ROil ' Xotb Addrkss — SflERID/IjM gfl^EEiF, G U N D A G A I . New Butchery. -IMPORTANT NOTICE. 1U UUjNUAUAl IKMAlillAiNTS. W. irrpgH WISrIli;3to notify the public of Gun dagui that he has purchased the well-knowu Butchering Busiu- ss near Fry's Hotel, Giindngai, eo long and successfully conducted by Mr. A. W. Lynch, ami trusts to receit-e an extension of tne patronage so liberally bestowed in the pist upon the forii^r owner. The puhlic cun rely upon receiving none but tho best «f Meat, and the Small Goods and oth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

-CHRISTMAS' GOODS- , belied & whb ? fi-Ahhby Spesial Lines in all 'Departments, suitable for Christmas prcsen s. TOYS TOTS TOYS 250 different kinds, to choose from, all at is each. Also Crockery, Eanc-r G las ware, Phofco Frames, e c, suitable for the young, middle aged and. old, ', We have a 1 vely assortment of Christmas Cards, with idoz- beautif 1, q ality iawu Handkerchief's from Si 3. to 5s- Hew Silk Handkerchiefs, Bows and Ties in a bewilder ing assortment We invite everyone to call and ha.ve a look round, even if you do not want to \uy. Cur Gentlemen's Department is head and shoulders above all would-bs rivals GiLs 8 ^ /$k / ^ oi *4~ ^\ '&*% The 'Always Busy' Drapery and Boot Man. Opposite Court House. i ? . ? . IN ? .SPEING- TIME : ' YOUNG ^ MEN'S THOUGHTS Turn To Ticwn So the poet sings, and, knowing tht maidens fair at this season of the year are thoughtful of their per ona1 appearance, Has see red a Splendid and Varied Assortment of %mm & seira fab...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

CLIPPINGS. Tun pronfc care cannot liu taken lo hiivu tho sajk --o V uilfc tu'to turn tlio water finiu r.inriill. Jn a W-' suasnn, only the most u.inf-i ly cnualructed stuck wil, usoipo'ttith out clttii'iiigv. One of I hu iiiiiin points i» tn i:.ivo the s'uck higli ? in tho ceniio and as ? n'if] -i« tii^a.ililt! nf. f-.hn l)nr.lhin. ' finnin mike the in a .ike of piling the Uos' crain in tin- lio'lom (if tin.- s'atlc. Tliis will siltlc ninro r.ip (l!y than the outer Inycrs i.nd fioin i (lepic-sinn. The tun die.' will si. ml inw.iid ,ii.(l ihi- eb-iulc will mho. water. I5vn-y nun dlo.mi-.tsl lit i;i«\iltiuliy ou wild, espoii.i.ly in tho upper P«rr i.f the s.lntk. As t.e puint uliei-i- the uliiik logins to b- uilion in un cxtui crclo »f bund is slionM lio l.iiil .--o us to inaku the f-tiek liigho' in tho ceitl.-o than nii'ih'u on did-. Tlic inistako ia i.fiou inado of lc» p liu the contio loo liij^li in ? lie lnwi-r li-ilf ol the stuck. When the upp- r liulf is irai li diluru will 1- '...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

? 7 --:? ?-., ?--TB Gum'AOai.- Kdilcil, rrinLcd nnd ^Klbl'shecri if by I'atkick uuiUl^MKa Hui.uv'a.n-, sje-j ? propj-imoi-«;''ut Ihu oflico, Sliciidan

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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ON HIS FURLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

ON HIS FURLOUGH. The children of the reading class wore reciting, and aa they read the teacher, asked the meaning of the various words. Finally the word ' furlough '' was encountered. ' What does ' furlough J.btUD ?'. aaked the teacher. ^Ujp There waB no immediate rdpi/, and tho ,-- teacher asked the question again. A littlo girl held up her hand. ' Well, Mary, tell us what ' furlough'1 means. ' It means a mule,' said Mary. ' Oh, no,' replied the teacher, ' it doesn't ? mean a mule.' ' Indeed, it does,' said Mary. ' I have a book at home that says so. ' ' Well,' said the teacher, now thoroughly interested, ' you may bring the book to school and we'll see about it.' . The next day Mary brought the book, and in Borne triumph opened lo a page where there wus a picture of u soldier standing beside a mule. Below the picture were tho words: ' Going home on his furlough.' Miss Sharp: Before 1 gavo you that pio you said my sidewalk needed shovelling. Hungry Hoby: Yea, lady; I reiterute my s...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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TONGUE-TWISTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

TONGUETWISTERS As a contribution to curious literature and^ as calisthenics for thick tongues, the fol I lowing gems of linguistics are worth quoting i from tho ' Argonaut,' which has collected them. Speed in their delivery is, of course, : demanded. Read the following aloud, repeat : ing the shorter ones quickly half a dozoD, Six thick thistle sticks. Flesh of frsshly fried flying-fish. The sea ceasetb, and it sufh'ceth us. High roller, low roller, lower roller. ' A box of mixed biscuits, a mixed biscuit box. | Strict strong Stephen Stringer snared slickly six Bickly snakeB. Swan swam over the sea; swim, swan, swam; Bwan swam back again, well awuin swan. It is a shame Sam; these are the saino, Sam. 'TiB all a sham, and a shame it is to sham bo, Sam. A glowing gleam growing green. The bleak breeze blighted the bright broom blossom. Susan shincth shoes and socks; socks and shoes shine Susuu. She ceaseth shin ing shoes and socks, for shoes and soclis shock Susan. Oliror Oglethorp ogle...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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DO ANIMALS TALK? [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

DO ANIMALS TALK * In attempting to answer this question, the ' Spectator ' is convinced that animals do talk, to tho extent of conveying wishes or facts by sounds, and says their speech ought to conform to the divisions of human speech. J.UOLU ULUDb, 1U l?tUb, UU UU UU1U1U1 gglUlIl niar,' in the terms of which they express themselveB. It is no bail test of tho assertion that animal speech exists to apply the old formal divisions of the grammarians to the instances of which they appear to 'voice' their thoughts, and ascertain by trial whether . the forms into which the human speech has been divided fit the. latter. Tho ti mo- honoured divisions of speech are (1) state ment of fact; (2) request, including coiii manus: \p) question, it. is not to be supposed that the very limited range and simple character of animal wants and ideas would necessarily bring into play the whole of- this category of articulate speech. But, as a fact, they do need to use all three forms of expression, but o...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEORY v. PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

THEORY v. PRACTICE. 'There's no use talking,' said Newpop, ' these comic papers i;re ull very well, but they're sure to get a married man into trouble. You never can fool a woman.' ' That's so,' responded Oldbach, sjmpa theticolly, with u. vivid recollection of the time he was mulcted for breach of promise; but what lead a you to make the observa tion ?' ' My experience with Mrs. Newpop. You aee our baby isn't so very different from the When it came, considering ourselves equally responsible for ita appearance, we entered into a solemn compact for an equal division of the night labour. Well, I faithfully endeavoured lo do my share, and really did more than that for some time. But my wife is cursed with tho love of exact nesa for detail, and does everything like clock-work, j j.ne resun was mat sue tabulated the time that each of us was to walk the youngster, and kept both eyes on tho clock, I'd been reading comics steadily; and, taking one of their hints, I tried to monkey with the ...

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