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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANEELOOD [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

ILANCEJTIBLD RAILWAY I MELBOURNE (TO Jji.NCRElBt.1) . *.*i, Melbourne ... -. \*,dep) <6.40 LanceHold Junction arr.&M ricp..8.55 Bolinda ... ... ... § § Monegotta ... § $ Noith Mouegetta § *§ KomBey »», ... . ...10,10 Lancefield arr, 10.25 . ' . 'P.m. Melbourne J;. . ,~v-, dep 5 4f2 Lnncefidd Junction *jfr Y.'IOdep <7.18 Ronwy... ... . . ^8 2. Livncofield orr 8.15 On Saturdays, this train leaves Melbourne at 6.30 and roaches Lance field at 93 p.m. ; IiANCKfJBLD TO MELBOURNE. A.M. tmnceGeld ... ... dep. 7.41/ Rotnspy ... ... ... ...7,55 Lancetield Junction arr.8.24, dep 8.41 Melbourne... ... ..J9.45 Lancdfield Roroaey. LancetieldJuuotion Melboucno ' .... Distance 'frora .'Lantiollt'ld-to Melbourne, 45j miles . - . Height.ot iLancofiold abovo tlio aea level, loGl.feob,. | .Imncefirud RAILWAY. 1 . Fnree.-LaucetieM to Melbourne-{ov<Ut>. ary faros)-1st class : single ,7af return Ha.; '.2nd : single -4e Btl, return ,7s 6<1.. HohJny exc...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REMOVED RHEUMATIO PAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

REMOVED ItHEUMATIO PAINS. "I have gceat fnltfc ID .Chamber lain's l'alu Halm," says Mr. S. 12. Hancock, J.P., Kupuufla, >.A. "For years I suffered with rheumatism lu my arms and shoulder, brought on by u elij'l. Xo-n- aa sppk-atiou of Chamberlain'* I^iin Balm fives me Instant relief and noon l-eiyoves it. I roeommeiul Chamberlain's Tain Halm to all sufferers from rheumatism." All elioinist.i and storekeepers.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1914). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

THE DISTRICT C0.DET3 % ,(1911). The 'Police Magistrate .{Mr A. (Barlow) attends tho following courts .on fcbe days specified. .PETTY SESSIONS. " : 'Castlemaine-Every Friday, at 10 a.m .except.fourtl^Friday in mouth. Kynoton-Every Tuesday, at .10 a.m". .except third Tuesday in mouth. .Dajlesford-Every Wednosdny, atiOa.m. .except.third Wednesday iu the mouth. < Alaldon-First and ;third Mondayain tho »month.'at 11.30 a.m. Trentham-First and third Thursdays in! .month, at 10.30 a.m. VVcodend-Second aad.fourth Mondays in txnnnlh at 3 p.m. " .Chewtou-:First Friday:in month at 3p.m. 'JFaradalo--First Tuesday iu .month.at. 3 .p.m. 'Fryorstown-Socond Saturday in month1 atlOa.m, Malmsbnry-Sooond Tuoaday .in month at! 2,45 p.m. Sunbur.y-«Fourth .Friday -in mouth at' J2 p/m. Blackwood-Second Thursday ia month at 10 a.m. , Gisborno-'Fourth Thursday in month at' .10 a.m. i GItsnlyon-OFirst Wednesday inraunthat' .2 30 p.m. } Lauoelield-Third Wednosdayin.month tt .11 a.m. ! Romaoy-Third ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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FLOOR POLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

FLOOR TOI-ISH. i | There ate many excellent floor pol ishes on the ranrUsi, hut I bav< nmde a roost E-atUfactory polish bs .eha&ing well together equal parts o> :boiled Unseed oil, turpentine, vino .gar, and spirits of wine. This com position should be very sparingly ap plied, using a piece,of Bntrael. After wards, polish the floor with -a scil cloth. Mr 'H. McICinlcy, or Rochford, re cently lost a valuable draught stallion: :by the.auiuial impaling itself on a tent Peg The Journal of Agriculture for July contains an informative review of-the Victorian dairying reason ; items of interest to butter factory managers, and an article on ipotato-diseases. , j Messrs- Dalgety and (Co.'s report shows Victoria exported 486,976 bales af wool ^between July 1, 191 j, and; June 30, 1914, an increase of 5.1,1-81' bales on the previous year. 'J'he Australian total .was 1,966,', 576 bales/ being 264,057 more than for ".the': previous twelve months.: i Furn i.ture a t the Laac...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

LAW RELATING NEWSPAPERS. I. Subscribers who do not give «x .proas notice" the contrary arc considered, *9 wishing to VContihd.k <tbeir eubaarjp-' lion. j . 2. If eubsoribera order the rdiscont inuance of ttlioir periodicals, the rpublisher may contiuuo to send tixon» until AuitHAHH arc .paid. 8. If subscribers refuse or negleaVto taUe:poriodicals from the oHlco to which thoy nr© directed, they are RKSPO eiflt.B until tlioy have settlcd: their biUa, and ordered tUo .tho .ponudioals to be dis* continued. 4. il subscribers Remove to otb^V places \vithont informing the publishers, and the papers are sont to their former direction, tho subscribers are Teaponsiblo, .5, The courts .have decidod thai "refusing to take .periodicals from the office or removing or leaving them un called for is prima iacia .evidouce of in tcution.il Fkaoo, f6. If subscribers pay in advance for ft (periodical, .they are bound to giv« .NOTICE to the publisher, at the end of .ttio timo, thatithey do not...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANARIES IN CHURCH CHOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

CANARIES IM CHURCH CHOIRS, Various arc IhD donees adopted In America for the puri>ese of attract in* people io clnrch-orches* I tvas, dissolving views, graTv.ophcncs, and (he li'-ic-but it has I;etin left to Cincinnati, Ohio,' to consetvc the ' idea of combining the strains of llv> organ with thu piping of birds. At a service hold in London Baptist Chapel forty canrti ics in thoir capes were placcd in different parts of the building. The lii'ds began chirping with the first notoj of the organ, and continued until the music stop* pcd. Tlb3 co«ibin:d eflect o! oip\n, choir, and birds is said to have been particularly pi rasing. A novel service has just been cele brated in Trinity Methodist Church, Toronto, in which Mrds and blos soms played u consj.i.-uous javt. The altar was filled with sprays of fruit-blo-rorns and carnations, roses, and oih^r flowers, while suspended from tho gallery were seven cages, ca?b containing a favourite songster from some member's home, lent for the ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

postal INFORMATION. Mails nre despatched, from the Post J Office, I»aiiCetieId, as follow*::-Daily : UoiuBcy mid Melbourne'lSundaysox'oplcd)' -muil clost»3 nt 7 a.m. rind at 4.30 p.m. ; for ISrmt Klal, on Tuesdays and Fridays,' clones at LI.50. IUohford; Ncwimm, .at»d: Wnndund, daily, jlo«-es at 2il5 p.m.. Kilmor« an Monday Urt;dii«=diiy and: Friday, autl for \u *mno:.dayK, I -.iot-i :> 2.1i0 p fh . "*. ' . . . Pirn Luuccficld I'fV-t OtliL'L* >ib'-closed-daily j <mj .s»vu»day tl«»? f;£Bce op»ii8-for' ifdivcry nf Int.*T r»t 0:30 p,m. ; on-otlur! .lights :»t 8.30.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SUFFERED FOR ELEVE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

SUTFKRKD FOU ELKVE-N TEARS.) "I suffered coulinuou.sly fur cloven . years with diz/.tness, tack headache* . and lack of energy," writes Mr. Wm. Johnson, :.»0 UHphu.it SU'cet, l'on souby, ArtekJand. N.52. "i was re commended to try Chamberhiin\-s Tnb leUs, and ofter takinii one box I felt so "wonderfully improved that 1 took si course of them, with the result that they ithuu* a new man of me. Kow I am iihvny* fresh, vigorous and healthy, all of which i.« entirely d:«e to 01mn;\ Plata's . Tablets,"- All ciiwrii^ts and storekeepers.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

SHIRE JKFOJ-.MATJOM. Lancefkld shire - Area, 38 ftq. mile*-' Population of ahire, 1202, Nuinlwr of dwellings. 202. .iiomei?y nhiro.-Aren. 85 wj miles. Popu iMion of fhiic 1900. Number ol riwcllfDuft. 420 Spritigfiuk! shire.-Area, HI gq mil a, 'Populntion <>f shire, 70tf, Numocr of .tlwcllinys, 1H. -Pyaloitg shire-Area. 220 pq, milea* Papulation of ubire, 1200. Number- " > dw<iJlingB,-380.- ; . .. " t:;' Newhnln.WooiJcnd- shlro.-Areft,' ICO' q/ . . .2400, Number -of dwettijyjs

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

, LPOaJJ 1NJ?0MA.TI,G)J>L j uf.tiCHlijM Shir;! ConiMiil.villi:. I on Jft-.-r Friday in tr.-ary v ? '-or Htlors : M.:-v-r< J- ? 'ti '.I., j F«V, A. JolniTiNm, v.; .r.l'ii J, AI*' :lUin-' I n.»y,;r.nati«v. t: l .M.k. it, It 41«*ttiphill, i and U. (Inihim Acitn^ s,«cfiit-nrv. Mr1 ! P. J. -Mo Million. Health oflicer, DriPinnia .Dairy '.innpubt«»rt Mr- MoK>mzio. >Pound k«o|»er, Mr .1 W»tert«ud. Inspector of DUiRAD0£8. Mr^W. i«ancotiold -Waterworks Trust.-Com miBflioners meet last Fivlayin evcy month. Acting Secr«t«i:y Mr P..iT. ifoMahon. . Lancofluld. Horiioiiltmnl Sooioty.-! fho committee hold their'moetinga on tho; Monday onor brforo the .full moon, 4 Sue.,' Mr J. WateriAiid. . . . .-.> ' 7>ancofloM 'Mechanics' Institute.-The bommiitoQ uaeot second .Friday in cach jmonth. Hon. secretary, Mr J. Derrick; Librarian, Mr John Watcrland. Lancetield Kiflo Club.-Ciiptnin, Mr \M AHElhinnsy.,; Secretary, Mr H. Goldinjj. LanccfieM Brass Band.-Practice held weekly. Bandma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

London .& Lancashire , Fine iliftsunu-f ce C o. All U-mdn «f f'KKW.NAl, AfiCiDKNT mnd SIUKNB8S IPOUC'IKS IMBI. . Do nofc Hel«v compJoiine with thu wealthy Oorpomllona Workman's.IiumrjiHo IPoHw Fir© InsuTance. Write fnr|pnrtie»llfir?,ct«. Insurance JLga/in&t { Accident: f- . . J cone reiuarkabj;* chnngftH during the .jMt lew years. iPrcmiuma havo-beca reduced* tanrtits increased, and new uchrmcR, itactn'diug (Iflpurnncc against :lHn«8«e« jwd.Dj.-cufCfi, iudi<ate a greAt' ailrqurn »n ?tttijthtug unntemplatcrl in .lh« early yeara of t he huMnbuR. (Local H. GoUing, "Mercury' 1 OH DO N DIRECTORY (Published Annually) iurtblrH trader* throughout t.hf* WorM t;o | communicate <firrct with. ftnglUh MANUFACTURED AXD DEALERS .in wh clans of eiod*. f>o?iiw-3 being a C'inj ;ol«to «nnmiereinlKOi'lc to Lrmrio>i n»d.ito .'iubinbh, the directory containa Urit* of KXl'ORT "MBRilHAN'T.S . (ritli tJjty G«»o<lf* thcy-ahip, and the Coloni . and FwrciR...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

CbOSK- SEASON FOr. ^AMOi. Th<» Wf»«iK' Year.-Laughing "jackass, . emu,kangaroo (grey and red), llyre-birda, native 'bears, uwla, -swallotvti, .mupokes, platypUB, etc. - -From '14th day .of June to the 20th dayof 'December ineaob year.->Blnck swan, wild geese o all kinds. JTrom lst day ofAnennt in enob yonr to .tbc last day ofFebiuary following.-.Quail, 'broaze-wiqged.or other wild pigeons. FISH I From 1st day of September to the 15th ! day of December in each year.-Black fish. { From 1 Bb day of May to the'Slat day Augusfc-in cnah year.-English trout. .Kroa? 1st July to 15th October in each yoar.--Murray cod, purob, and bream, Woodmnn, fell 'that tree ! But- do -nob aMempt'to do so until you have procured a Good Axo from A, Williama, DunBfoid sfreef., Imcefiold, J3y ro -doing?, you will couuiderably WgbteD >yonr task., *

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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AND RECU[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

U»D RECli: .'./.Jh. ! - «srm "Iflvo 1 'isconncctiiDn .w;tit ! . < tiiJJjiuous-it includes Papu; i I uutu jisUtii, aud Norfolk Island. i j Kor^overy £ ounco or fraction thereof. ' \ Xor .delivery .within the NComiuon / .wealth .... ... 0 J . Xor delivery iin the .British Era- > ,pira .... 0 1 ' 'or delivory in tho New Hebrides, Danks, aud Torres Islands ..0 2 »r delivery .m.otlior .placcs.... ... .0 .2 J ; Juliyri EU CARDri. - or delivery within .the Commonwealth . . Single, id. each;;.roply, Id. each half, ; or delivery .in tho UritUU Einpiro (bq. ; list of jjlaccs .undor "Lottore'',)-rtiiii s gle. J-d. ^oaoI:. .or aelirery in Now Hebrides, Banks. 1 and Torres Islands-Single, id. each. b\)r delivery ;in .other nJuces- -Sin ale. i 24d..eaolL .POST CARDS. Stogie Postcards impressed mth th« I Id. Btamp, and Reply or double oardt, | caoh half of which has the Id. stAiny impressed thcreou, may be-transmittou ito places within the-Gommonwoalth, am: .to those places, enumerat...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Horses' and Men. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

Horses' and Men. A Boston maa tolls of ad inno cent former who once «*o m'lb out a I hrenologiat at tho IT'tb and rtked that his '"bumps r^o r»wd." In ro'.'oalinu to Urn famine hit trrii! erament .«\s .iho.vn by <he aforesaid bumps, the professor said J " Your tastes are the simple, homely one* of the farmer. You are a farmer, are you not ? Ah ! I thought so. And I am right as to your tastes, am I not ? You are sadly deficient In judgment, and have littlo knowledge of human na ture. Your Innocent and trustful disposition renders 5*ou an easy dupe to designing men, and your own perfect honesty prevents you from either suspecting or defraud ing anyone." The following- week, it appears, the phrenologist bought a horse from tho innocent farmer. Although the nag was old and in bad condition, it had been mode to appear young and skittish. Moreover, though tho farmer had paid but £5 for the ani mal, he contrived without dlltt culty to ( Unload him on tho pro fessor for £15. "It'...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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State Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

State Statistics. The subject of statisticsT generally looked upon .as a dry one. But it lias not taken the poetry out of the soul of Mr. G. H. Knibbs, the Fed eral Statist, who recently published a book of poems. The Handbook of Victoria, which has just reached us, I shows that Mr. A. M. Laughton, ?F.I.A., F.F.A., the Victorian Govern ment Statist, and Mr T. -S. Hall,. M.A., B.Sc Lecturer on Biology, Mel bourne University,the associate .editor,! can present the .State's balance Sheet! in an .interesting way. The Hand-: book is exceptionally well got up and illustrated, and covers an eMceecUngly' wide range of subjects. .For OhiMron b Ornish lit Night, ; .W.oocU'Grc.'it I'upijcruiiiit Curo. .It!.0.1.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Riding Under the Train. SOME MARVELLOUS ADVENTDRES BY ACCIDENT AND DESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

Riding Under the Train. SOME MARVELLOUS ADVEN TDRES BY ACCIDENT AND DESIGN. Quite recently, when the °lljclals at Victoria Station. NotW^m. Were examining the wheels of ft Manchester to London express, at three o'clock .a.m.. they «ere sim ply flabbergasted . to find a > hanging firmly to part of the mo clinnism ot the brakes. The lad was absolutely .stiff with cold and exposure, and told the ofhcials that ho had travelled in that manner nil the way rroMj Mancl.e.tcr a ^tanco of cieUty miles. His siory thai on the previous Saturday ho hud walked from Glossop, his home, to Manchester. «»<1, hnvnjg no^nomsy to pay his faro .back, -he-bad so creted himself; under the ,v train which, he understood wasgo ?"g to Glossop, but which turned j out to bo the express -for Loudon . Later inquiry showed Urn- this was not the first Umo the boy ^ den in such an undesirable position when journeying on the railwaj I ! The incident recalls /tho-over-tam | ous ride of Mr. .John. e, well-k...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Skating. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

Stating. , A carnival v.'ill "be "held at the .Lancefield Skating Rink on Sat day evening, July 25. Full par ticulars .as to iprizes, etc-, are' iplacarded .on posters ajid adver tised. LINSEED COiirO^ND oE40 years' proven cificucy (or Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, otc. Prior'to the departure for.Nhil, (Of:'Mr S. O. Clarke, teller at the Lancefield 'branch of the National Bank of' Australasia, friends of ?the Christ .Church choir, the'Ten .nis Club, and other institutions ,presented Aim with a travelling; iug and a wallet,; amid expres usions^of goodwill for his future. UNSEED COMPOUND '-Erode Murk of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed :for; Cougha.undOoUk. . i !©n -the'"BalIonna'".estate, a'bout itwo imiles out, up-to-date chnr .coal retorts are being erected. It is said that from 50 to 100 men ! will be .employed. The industry vsbonld give the lo.wn the liftit so .badlj needs. For Bronchial Cough*, tako WooJs' Great Peppurmont Cure. Is Cd. At Saturday week!s spoon shoot of the Lancefi...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Ladies' Column. SHOWING HOW ONE MAY MAKE JAMS ALL THE YEAR ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

Ladies' Column. -H . SHOWING HOW ONE MAY MAKE JAMS AIJIJ THE YEAR ROUND. "I can't possibly come to a clno ina (show," I said to my friend Connie, with my mouth full of some thing sweet. "I'm making jam." Connie forgot the cinoma show. Sho stayed to tea, and ato home mado scones with date Jam, and now bread with banana jam, and beforo sho left begged all tho ro cipes. Hero they aro exactly as I wrote them down for her.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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APPLE AND TOMATO JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

APPLE AND TOMATO JAM. Wipo five pounds of applea with a clean damp cloth, and cut them in to quarters. Do not peel tUeni. Pat them in a preserving-pan, nnd bare ly . cover with cold water. Simmer until they are quit© soft, and strain, through cheeao muslin. Put some tomatoes into boiling water for ono minute, and then tako them out and skin them. Slice them thinly. Add the sliced to matoos to the applo liquid, and weigh. . To every pound of liquid and tomatoes put a pound of pre serving sugar. Thon colour with a little cochineal. Simmer until a littlo of the jura put on a saucor gets firm. Pot while hot.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIN FOR A BACKBONE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 July 1914

SH^N I'OH A "BACKBONE, Two very unusual operations were' performed recently at a New York hospital. In one caso , a man whoso spine was broken some while back has had a new leuse of life offered him by . what might, bo termed, "splicing." A strip of bone three inches long was taken from his shin and placed in a .groove cut in the broken section of his backbone. The other case was that of a small boy who fell: from n roof top and fractured his - forehead, with the result that part of his brain was, exposed. "After several weeks of treatment it was decided to substi tute celluloid for the broken bone as the only chanco of saving his life.. The operation luis been per 'formed, and it is now thought that I there,is every likelihood of the boy recovering. -"Standard." "How much do you want /or thai do*,' ?" "Twenty-three shillings, guv'nor." "Hut you asked mo a pound yesterday." "Vue, but 'es go ru and oaUn a chicken «iucc then !" Surnames begat) to be * used first etnonir the nobility i...

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