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PRESENTATION TO MR. MARSHALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

S1I II iCNJ'ALION 'it hilt, MtARiHiIALIL olf oigo, had., iv' J. 1l V1110 rdta and sold lie had it very p~luarwnr duty to perform and that was to make a 'lire sentation to Mr Wm. Marshall as a token of thie esteem in which he was held by the membors of the Yarra Glen Football Club. Mr Marshall had been a strong supporter of the club, but he had now left the district. He then asked Mr 'Marshall to come forward, and onl that gehtleman doing so he said he had very much pleasure in presenting him with a gold medal, which had hbeen subscribed for by the membuers of the club, and hoped he would:larways keep it and that it would remind him of the many pleasant days hIt had spetnt'amongst them. The' whole 'company joined heartily in -singing :."For he's a jolly. good fellow.". The modal was of a very pretty design and bore a suitable inscription. Mr W. Marshall, in accepting the medal, said he had to thank the Inem bors of. the slut, most heartily for the very nice present and he could assur...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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SORRY HE SPOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

SORRY HE SPOKE. lie weel elperinLte?dig a mlliti rildinl trial., er Iell Ilurpose e stood in hai Iitle nlef lllhollltry, an iii the in? l le of a tillrirng " (ulloe ll Isat h r ?l," hle lhouted to nIII of ithe al,allntl, " Whiat' tlhe. ns of a man like you, tilhat'i iietr aeon C home before, walllltng or lie In 5" l' I you mean I wn'nt do I" "N , ayo WOn'l, (il .t ltii of helre," " What (Sat they moet ier in tihe a iy I' aid the aeolldi e Iieniult, Stge'# m y nile' thllave frtmi Ue Royal HIr?n Atlllr.y, with Lthe bet pinelble uar.e le? tnlue,"

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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PRIDE HAD A FALL [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

PRIDE HAD A FALL. Sharlet fever was very provrlnnt recently Ino a cllr n Iowa, all It wla thought udovt. nhlo at th. board school, for Ihte scholars to toay away ohould there he a c*an In therl homei, A hey of six lnfornned Lho teacher one roerning Ilat hi ounta wars a vlotltm, and to Ili great Joy hI ? was Ilmtlledlately sent huoae. Tl'lln Iraul Inewl won Ilm rllilel to a girl of ol)ltll hsle iWt ags, wuho evidelltly rglettlled the Ilre tIltl of tialt In her ,wn lomaly. " Well, go 'or ne," aild the Jeaoa .l i 1l lltll t bI f err ot11d?' I hlH k sl 'nrw tone I(leg llidward Joot beer yjour Ailaut l.rter'l got the fenor, oo ulrage."

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BUILT ON A VOLCANO. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

BUILT ON A VOLCANO, ion Balvador is built on a voloauo. It hs been three times destroyed by an esrlbquake, but the to ople are bncoming ccustlomed to sunc olcitemeut now. lEartbquakes are pretly Ire. queut, Slid, while one t naturally ielrvoustherl in really little danger to life. I have known the ehoeks to come os frequently as eighty limes lu an hour. The I fflcltn re quite peculiar. In the city is a brick colunlm, uiise feet high and three feet sIpare, which was removed oile hundled foei without lioing its perlpedirularity or cr.kilui the morltar. The ground under the cithy I full of cavtuss of unknown depth. A man was dilglag a well there. .1 be last troke he gave with ils pick lthe wlttul feel oult, iand he and his pick ond all fell through, onlmuly known where. ?'ihere is a vlcano inot far from Halesdor tbht olnme years ago di.charged lava ever a forest. rioe woom altl lca?lktlrc, of ruirse, hbut the lavs betig light and eailly cooled, formed and hard. lnid into lotng arede. t...

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PLATINUM AND ITS COST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

PLATilNUM ANU ITS COST, s'he irotPiliii ti I flit' tintrtig ire iX iliti, usarti f rtui ni procei - .iii iltt ii((t I~ ;littl ',ltithrittth titthiittlt, 3 sclrL'lt~lLI :l~lllll Illitr lltll'll't ' ll'ill/? I)l'(JC(i' jtixit f 'r tlhich 'I j i tl'i Ilh m tlll ill ht i IH iu i i u'sric itw in thu Ihose a llllitie hlnt itiits Imi" lt, hl , '.- Kelli' in lungIII gIII I nlII llh.g I. .a . i"e. I n.i la le Illoli t a1:t11 111' l1,'11 /4 l l a1n1 1111111?1", 1' I li. processes. I II. vb h t use: H(,lT,(I t l I hl, ''"! Ih llhtllllll I"illllll~ll 11( 1 Ilhtlilllllll I'l**llll 111 i l l l',% g ri ll{ h,? h,\ !ifet ye't u aiI \'i c al mllal I or'a','le > ie'hh' d titi,i'0l lper i'eni i. plh ttl t Pii l, 'ho, inc alsll4N imNII Inty lll hlh'lll. wllh l ll'lun I'l+lI, irh lhn lll, leri iih iii , Iel lil h ll t nl , |1111t sIII*Iinc iqnt willininll, rnlthenlil l, rlnlilurV, stild) 11nid. ( itraintin1 ( 15 111 rl~llllllll'nl' I Ill| .lll'l nl ('hl' lnll·( ( I'( Ihl,· 'lU i lll t i I I hldist 'l...

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WHAT HE REALLY SAID. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

WHAT HE REALLY SAID. A gentlemanl cllling on I M. '. one day, while waiting in the reception roomt wans nitralcted by the nIterlll of at rlmlll alltlll Int and started a " And Ilow, how IIImch do y.011 1ern a week, m1y b115 ? " he inqjuiled. " Ten pllIounslll," sidlh thle yogllllstler with avihlity. Beinlg ishown ll lltlte memu I tbter 's1 provate ofllice just then, the visitoir' surpriseo olltll o tllt in wlords. " Mighty bright youth you have there," he alllrked ; " to be getting ten pounds it week." " Why,-' said the 3M. P., " he only gets twellty-two shillings.' " But he told mle just now that he you wSere givi\'ng hitll tenll polIlldS I week."'- persistend tile genllemlit1ll. " Nolsense," said the M. 1'. und touched the bell, " Iilly,'. he idl. " Did you teull this gentleti an1 tihtbt I was palyill you tell pounds It week" " No, sir," " Yon didn't ? Well whatl did au1 say ? " "1' said I llwned l it," was\ll. thle 'prlmpt ID tu stout r'jnllalhr. a

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VESSEL SUNK BY A WHALE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

VESSEL ULWK BY A WHALE. ---1+ Why whales should follow vessels seenm: somewhat of a mystery, but in till probability they consider the ves sel it companion of solme sort. The close proximity of such large animnls to ships sujggcsts a possible danger; yet fatalities are rare, and few are kilnown where the whale has not been attacked. The terrible incident of the Essex is perhaps the only onlu Here the whatle was run down by the shipl, the shock from the contact be ing so severe as to throw the crew to the deck and almost to disrmast the vessel. The whale swain off and a few minutes later, the look-out cried out that it was coming straight for themsr. Inspired by re venge, the monster, travelling at full speed, struck the ship so power ful a blow that her bow was smash ed in, and the vessel went to this bottomo two' minutes later, leaving her:crew in boats 700 miles from the coast'of South Africa.

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JUDGING BY APPEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

JUDCING BY APPEARANCES. In the other years. when tsise was a district of Massachusetts, Ezekitl Whitman was among the chosen to represent the district is the MaYs acohusetts Legistlture. He was an eccentric man, and one ef the beat lawyers of his time. In those days Whitman owned a farm sad did much work on his land, and it so happened that when the time came for him to et out for Bostoo his best suit of clothes wse a suit of homeopus His wife objected to his goieg is that garb, hbut h did not care. " 1 will get a aloe lashieahble suit made as soon am I reach Boston," he said. I Rachiog his destination, Whitman found rest at Doolittlb's City Tavern. Let It be understood that he wos a graduate of Harvard, and at thin tavern he was quite sO home. As he entered the parlour of the house be lound thar neveral ladles sad geotlemea were there assembled, and he heard a remark from one of them : " Ab, here comm a countryman of the real homespun genus. lime', fun." Whitman stared at the compa...

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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

Published Every Priday AMorning, tItY, AY. JUIrY st, t193. A mnienting of the Kangaroo Ground Football Olub is celled for Monday evennlg next. Air A. Ilubbard, et Yarra Glen, adverteius in t(li issue the udeealriptiou of ia Iumber of cattle Int and will give a reword for their reoovery, At the last meeting of the Board of (uardlJin of St, Jolln's Churllh of lngland, )iamond Greek, it ias declded, to hold a mleadow fete andl concert on.30th October next to raise funds, For lronchlet Cugllls Illke Woiodnl' (lretl t'ulilpprlllt Cure, Is Od, The Rlelway Coantleislonora viuitted Elthnln on Motully lest, and it is rumtoured that the o nutoieO will he that froml th beglinning of next itmonth the train servion' will be reduced to two traltus ny; tin lhestrlling pnllt uech day to le train Melbourni Instead ,of Elthamn as at present. A Warrandyte correspondent writes: -There is an outcry' here about the minees having to buy their wood for domestic and other purposes. Hero. tofore a miner with...

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THE COST OF DIPLOMATIC OUTFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

THE COST OF" DIPLOMATIC OUTFITS. I' t Is not quite apparent why such large sums for outfit should be al lowed to the gentlemen in the Diplo nlatic Service. When all Ambassador Is appointed to France, he is allow ed £4000 for outfit. In the case of promotion, £2-,800 Is allowed, and in' tile case of transfer, £2000. The Secretalry of- Embassy gets £400, £280, and £200, rispletively. True, this. is the highest rate paid, though the .transfer ..of one's domestic es tablishment: from London :to' Paris' would;' one would 'think, Involve a less outlay thai t a transfer to Con stantitiople.; An Antallssador of 'Tur key gets £2000 oittllt money on first appointmient, and proportionally laftelrwallrds. In the case of Embassies,' the al lowance at flirst' aiiplilntll ent is in no' wise less than £2000 for the Am bassador and` £200 for the Secretary 'of the Emlbaissy. Iii the cas osef first clnb'sMilssions, sucli has. ildliim and Greece, a rlower scaled proviails, but here again it rises to £2...

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LATEST WAR MACHINE. PHILANTHROPIST INVENTS A FIGHTING MONSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

LATEST WAR MACHINE. - +.ct--- - PHILANTHROPIST INVENTS A FICHTING MONSTER. A philanthropist is not usually os sociated with weapons of destruction but dMr. Anson Phelps Stokes, who is famous in Alnerica for his bene volence, has recently aicquired: note riety by inventinlg one of the most dleadly fighting Iutchines know n to, man. T'he iilnhtig tin is sttiggered by the possibilities this unLchino pre sents as n ilagency for, taking life. One reconciles? its fierce nature',, with the well-known benevolent dilsposi tion of the'inventor only uIpon?learn ing that; the giant, nmachinoe is de signed solely" for defensive fightiing. It might lbe called a floating, linpreg "nable coast dlefence battery. In -his rapplication .for a- patent 'which by the -way has been: granted h1r. Stokes declares: : Ht-otofoso ' numerous attetilpts, inboe or less saucceisful; have, been Ladle. to produce a floating 'battery hlich a'soule'l prove pralctically iml ?letgnalle ; but these batteries- all possesse...

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GHASTLY UNDERTAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

GHASTLY UNDERTAKERS. --+ One of the least known regions in Central Africa is Unyora, where the African death customs are still often witnessed in their' primitive plainness The kings of Unyoro, as a rule, while they' live, occupy most of their leisure by happy inventions for the torture chamber and enjoy the sight of roast men with intense zest. When one of these worthies expires Ilo is even more terrible in death than in life, for the more peolile who dlia with him the better is held to be the deceased ruler's chance of en joying ta festive time in the unknownil world whither he has disappeared. First of all the dusky monarch's body is dried in the sun. During this time everybody who can get to gether the expenses of a trip ilto. the country disappears. A plague or" an inlvashn is'not; a'pleasant vilitation but, in the liopulr mind, nothing to the terrors of the royal obsequies. The priests who have charge of tile body keep its exact state of dry ness to themselves, so that the re ...

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(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 12. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. CHAPTER XVI Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

- (All itights Reserved.) I onnie - M Barbara. PART 12. * A FASCINATING LOVE' STORY. ----*+*- By Effie Adelaide Rowlands,:: A Author of " Priceless Violet,'" " A :'Child of, Charity," "A .King and; a U coward,'-&c. . O1TAP1't'crcXVIVOontiiccied. ,:icleedl, lshl felt oinly too. surely. .thittI, if it cld.:havoi:be, . possible toihaive ailcicaled ifto iiinm Charles U tcnl?tlly ivould :.lha?e lcift 'no. stoo Stiiitu iied to heilp: hr.' ln ii hat seemled to bi:h'iti llow to boe- her life's tusk; ,nd u.s shi sitthere ithinkiing .aout S e li ;' the lilllhimself was pacing' to ci;d fio i te lltreet"outside, lookigll 'lip to? the' roins hich 'cmade iher ; iio.?u foi "th?-"ipeseit:": t: : ',wi a , coldan ci?odlcleeess iglht, .bit Citrlsc G ralctley 'felt i. trcinsi .toiy gleaicn ol f chIippiness ;, ?ts ? " f?unclccid ilseif so niear, to 1Biarbarlt. : c chac ii not: slokel . to : leryet, biut :I. u: hid ; 'sell , her when she -ad :not s en'a him; cand he had marked ,with so'rrow; tlha...

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WARRANDYTE REFORM STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

WARItANDYTE REPOIVII BTRIKIE..' BT BAOKYARD KIP'LING. In Warrandyto township thre6' nie?nreso Who do tiottery feedlng annd odd jobs beside.. There's Professor and Billy,the other is iddy.. Each tells.the.otter when- the crushnag.is. : ready. The Dickery mihoin cash being low Thought they'd give local ten~show, - But only four shillings.tothe feeder would' - pay • , - ?ostetadof the usaln five shillings a doao. The manager to Professor the letter prodhlccdt Stating that the'wages-would'be reduced:. Ihaug it, sald~Bro, I am. not very flasbt 'll accept it, but terms afsltriibty easht The moange?sald I can't promise that ; Cannot youatgt plenty of bread'and fat " To live on and:help us toapull lb through,. If you do.theoday you'll never rue: Said Professo; 1'11 lay it before-my moen.. If they your-termsewill not accept then. I' will come and lot you?know. It any ot'us to work will go, Probstnvn ofncourse 'net believihoth, strikes, btidHII nurinan lifi?.have met tlitlikea, ". Of such a p...

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

OLOSE SEASONS FORI GAME. CAUTION. The ubjolned Table, showing the Close Seasons for Garnmes publithed for general intofnirtionll All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. IL1B WIHOLE YLAtR. All Anetrtlian Fas'n,. with the exception of ?ilikes, in National Park near Wileun's Plromolntory, all birds, except lsatrrows and lintah, not tndlenllous to Australia, and their prlodile (Inoldling egus), Oitrllte, hel enters, lusltrd or wild turkey, I(;tllor elan quall, deer, ernus, eplhthlllanurns, fan. balls, fly.eatchers, great kinlaishlr or laugh. Ing jack.kns, grouse, ibie, harge grey kl roul (inroor u (macpon cilnilteus), great roed kantarooas (nlcropnn rufus), lyro-blrds, niaplioe, englple bark, native bears, owls, iarlihidges, pheasants,, p'stypus, pInn larg or monpokes, robinlu, eals, saolhern stnlle pliver ar curlew, iswllows, warblers, white swans, wrens. 14th day of June to the flih day of eetam ber in each yenr. llhaek swan, wild geese of nil kinds. let day of Angul t In each year ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

SJi MACKEY, JUNR,, ' Cordial and Bitter : Manufacturer, Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMIOND. 18 years manufacturing for folie and. Mackey. = ::Lilydale Cash Produce Store. 8. H. W. Pither (Late of Melbourne .Mardets). T'he only legitimate Prodnue Merchaite in the District. LARGE supplies always on hand of the t Bone Dust Superphosphate(Cumming, Smith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed Tartarian. Algerian, , Danish, stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Pens and Strata ,em, less than Melbourne prices Chaff, Hay, Bran, Pollard, Straw ? ,Barley .. ' , ' ^- Sied,Maiss Garden ieed.' : -e lverything in the LINE ONLT kept in .tock. AGENT for he celebrated " Salvitls. A call will coaninee eeerytedy. S. H. W. PITHER, L.II..TDALE. Pomeroy &' Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patent) AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREIST DEVIL`, Are still to the fore. Coannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agrlcnltural Implements, &e. Best workmanship. Warburton-rd., Sevill...

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THE WHITTLESEA TRAIN SERVICE. DISCUSSION AT THE COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

THE WHITTLESEA TRAIN SERVICE. DISCUSSION AT THE COUNCIL MEETING. At.."the meetlsg of thea Wli??tlesu Council on the.13th inst., a letter which was received through Mr M. J S. Oair, .M.P.-was read from the Railway Department, which stated that as the Commissioners were very busy at present, if the proposed depu tation in regard to the local train service would kindly represent its raquirements in writing the matter would be given as 'sympathetic con sideration as if orally preferred. The Secretary said that on receipt of this communication he had conferred with the President and others who were . to have formed the deputation, and, as the result had forwarded the letter. he. had read in the outward currespondence, which was to the effect that the evening train to Whittlesan be restored. Up to date he had only received the. usual acknowledgment of the letter.. Cr Oornfoot , (to the President).- - v-v.you;bpd Cr Thomran been down ea deputation' ..... : The Preaident,--No. Or Cornfoot.-...

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FOOTBALL. KANGAROO GROUND v. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

FOOTBALL. KANGAROO GROUND V..YARRA GLEN. The Kangaroo Ground football team jdorneyed to Yarra Glen on Saturday last to play a match with the loecal club,' asid after a very friendly con test the game resulted' in ail easy win for the home team. The following were the teams : Yniara Glen :-E. Carey (capt.), J. Bell, F. Bell, W. Bell, Alberts, tall, W. Harris, B. Harris, Hogan, Friar, Irvine, Keets, A. Love, Marshall, Lithgo.w, Moore, Salteu, Smuith. Kangaroo Ground :-Jno. Kennedy (rapt.), E. Andrews, A. Cameron, P. Kennedy, Jas. Kennedy, C. Jones, R. Lowman, J. Renahan, E. Spry, W. Spry, J. Spry, T. :Scarce, D. Weller, L. Watts, And. White, HR. White, C. White, J. West. It was the general opinion before the umatch that the Glenitea would be too good for the visitors, as their team is composed of a good many well. trained footballers who have been play. ing for a good many seasons, while the. visiting team ae a newly-fornied club, this being their first season ; and such proved to be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

Sick Headache OURED BY Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Whoen the fool I Improperly digested nod becomes cloggeod Ini thi, Intrelnei, Sink Ileolnacho I. nohnoet uoro to follow. Dir. hlorau'I lnlflitl Itnot I'lls strlko at thoe enuoa aIdhbIg dlgetrentioin-cleaitIIng the syftelt arind nnkllihg the etolllln h c lll ullln t putre, They anelat tattur? in tho alliehatrgu of fI1 her funetlo Inel?, ntr ea the aippiteo, produce pntil ?lre p. And give nhloaie lity In h!, epirile., Ii',. h~inllo' t tItlhi ihoot I'llar nrea it lllln ll. eio re flor ill dis1tIrn nr1llll'lg froita i dI-ll ulhetied e'lttnllll. of tIh? Nio?cit, l, lieti ai (lnr , Tehy. Thllrytlhify tIhe hi c d lll mak it lriih and tel, oucl i?r a it p oltie eo o for etlllli , Allow o pthllllllo ll.l i hlon tsll I'nIiple, iHItle In ll Io ehe IInIi for ?eiiin l Allt ent?l , I'ntcIktl iIn nllher botlle with lhi full un?lt? blowun Ithreunrttl AUbIS1> ±l'? N SUhI?h'IIUTIC'. A SLUGGISH LIVER Makes Days Unhappy ,:And Nights Miserable.. T...

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THE THREE CLASSES OF LEMONMADE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 July 1903

THE THREE -CLASSES OF LEMONADE. Phew I " whistled the young asons.la uten ant Broseot, " it is hot I I do w:ah that Bug e?ud would attend to the foraging of Lit old Afrliceos himself, or that I weea at eomo rer tauraut. oafe, or habitable place in 'Paris ; even the celebrated Silver Salmon, where IM.- udolf opens the LMytteriea of Paris,.so that I could get some cooling liquid." ";Why not say lemonade P," said a younger compsanio-iu-arms unbuckling his sabre and .silting on the ground beneath their common tout; " unless youthiak that the word makts you more thirsty." " I belong, sir," answered the lieutenant," to a house which has been. unfortunate as regards lemonade; and we cadets of the family laver mention its name much less drink it." ' You don't mean to esy that your house speculated -unfortunately in it P " cried the .younoger one, whose name was Dures, laughing at the idea-" the noble family of Bruesot. dies rtiagitibhed for ceoturits, abholutlly ginger-beer sellrsa I Pshaw ...

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