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More Silver Discoveries Near Waratah. Waratah, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

: More Mlv«rikl)M!» vcrli'^XAiir ?»'tir«tiili. . (I1V KCEOTIIIO TEI.E011.VPlO. (VROM 0UH OWN COllllESrOKDKXT.) .. ..' Wnratnb, Friday. Two important discoveries of splendid looking' gnlcna hnvc been mado here. One is Bltuatol tun* miles and the other four miles from Wntntnh on the road to Whyto llivcr. Hie wimple's nro very similar to Heed's lato vnlunblo llnd near tho smuo locality. The dlscoverlen have caused considerable excitement herd and they go still further to conllnu the opinion ns to the grand future before thin district. ' :

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The West Devon Election. Mr. Fogg at Penguin. PENGUIN, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

TUe Went Bcvtm Xlcctlou. Mr. Vnxie ut l-cniriiln. ,' pK.vairtv: nt,... i Mr.J.H. lVsn-hlre«cd the eleclow lo. nlKht In the Hide ilnll, nlwut 100 pemmH llcforo ciilcrlug upon. politics Sir. Fomr mid there wn, a private natter Uo tro2Su I ko Bottled.- Ho li,,,l i,0,ini yctorchy.. that n 'ntoniont wan circulated at l'lnu lloiul which wiwvonr iletrlmontnl to his chnractor. It wns mlil tliat when tho Uarariiinont nnscssur Mr. CalliiRlinn wiw lioru tlmt ho (Mr. Fogg) «ns employed by certain persons )o mousw Uiair iimpatty timl Hindu them pay for work to had not curried out. Hlnnuthnrltyfor the statement! being made \vnnin tho hull, mid ho (Mr, Fogir) wns prepared to producu ' liorsonaf mid written refutation of tho wnumtlon, Ho challenged miy ono to enmo on tho plnlform imil face him liken man Jlndnny of tlm I'lno tlonil olobtors hcnnl tho ntatome.it. . COilos of (' yes '.nml ' 110.') Jlo via nronnreil to rofuto It If tliey would como up on ?tho plntform. ..' . Mr. toga then wanton with h...

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Penguin Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

Penguin Note. (PKOJt OUn OWN OOllllESroXDE.VT.) Tlio nnminl election of two trustees of tho Levcn llond. Trust took plnco on Sntunlay, and was nearly as exciting ns thu previous one on Tuesday. The two retiring candidates Messrs. J. Counsel niid ,T. Anderson ngaln sought thu votes of tho landholders tho other candidates being Mr. A. T. lionnoy. n now man, and It. Smith, ami ux-momber of the trust. Shortly hefora S o'clock Mr. Hooper, who wns ngnin clcctcil to conduct tho ballot, announced the resnlt ns follows:— A1. T. Bouncy, 114 j J. Counsel, 81) : It. Smith, 88 j J. Anderson, 84. The two first were thoro foro declnred duly ulcctcil. Doth successful cnndldutcs briefly returned thnuks nlthough there wtiR not much notice taken of them nt the tlmo owing to tho finish of n trotting nice taking place. 1 The long-tnlkcd of match between Mr. J. Jones' grey horse I'uddy, and lionnoy and Uramich's ga-y mam llceswing, came off at 4 o'clock on Saturday, The horse was; the favourito nt 1) to ...

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Manager's Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

Miiiiiiu'4)i''n II(-||»1'(N. ?^Vnsliliigllm Uxtoiidcd, April 2-..— During thu week I liuvii liuon aiiccessful In npeuing up llio lodu illKeovuml towlml thu eastern part of tho Company's scut Ion. It is well dellncd and will iivisniRO f mm in' to IS feot wide on thu capping which looks renmrknlily well, being composed of maiigiiiieso nnd Iron gossan,- sliowiug gnleun, eliminate of lend nud pyromorphito. Tho course of the lodu Is nlHiut north caslerly with an eastern underlie I consider yuur property n splon did one, and equal to uny siirfaco hIiuw on thu lielil. No tinm should be lust. In thoroughly testing it, which 01111 easily bo ilouo by means of a tunnel wliieh ivould give from HID to Kill foot hacks. This I would 'recommend to bo Minted nt 0.100. . QoirUIn Kxtundcd, April !!«.— During tho vjckMlio main milt has been driven fift., totni 7().--ft., the ground is nltcrnnte lnndH of Il.nestn.1cn11dqunrtr.ite, the former showing mnnll 'ninouut of ualonn. Havu stiirtu driviiiKistmlgh...

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Political Meetings. The Russell Election. Mr. Moore at Wynyard. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

Vulitictil Mectinsx. Tlie niiMKCil Klcfttlon. , Mr. Hviire at W,vn.ia«'il. Tho Hon. Win. lloorc nddresaal a mooting of elector* of the district of Kiissoll nt the Town Hall, Wynynnl, on Wodnosdny night, 'lilicre wns not a very liirgu ntteiidiiiice, but those wliu were present llsieued to Uie re marks of the xiicnkcr with much afteutfon. Mr. Moore'H speech wns a repetition of that. Riven at Imrniu on Tuesday night (a lenBthy report of whlcli appeared 111 our Inst issue) and it is therefore unnecessary to go Into detail-. Sir. O. J. Mackenzie, M.H.A., wan voted lo (lie chair mid nt the conclusion of tho addrcM complimented Mr. Moore upon hla ? able nail luterettin-i remnrks, slnlinif that ho was snro those present (with MinneU) hiul been cnllglitcueil upon many matters con cerning tlie Important subject of Federation. Dr. Graham proposed a vote of thanka and confidence in Mr. Moore, which was recouded by Mr. K. Stuttcril nnd ciurlnl unanimously. ' A vote of Ilinuks to the chninnnn, pr...

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QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

UUmSIANl), .Bkisuanu, April III). There is every nppuanmce nf the sheareis strike bdng bniught tu unl- tumluntioii ns it is reported thnt satlsfiK.tor) iirniligMiicuts — l bLiug made bj both sidu

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The Wellington Election. Mr. Hall at Heazlewood. Waratah, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

_h« 'Wi'lllng-ton flection. Mr. JHnll ut. Huuzle wood. ? [nr EIE0TBIO TELKOllArll.] , [PIIOM OUIt OWN COItBK8rOK0ECT]. ''-.) Mr. 0. 11. Hull,' the new wplnint to Par. - llnmcntnry liononi for Wollingtou dclivorol ' his mnldeu address last evening at Juim's Hotel, 18 mile. ' 1 Mr. A. Udder' wan elected to the clmir anil : in a few wonls Introduced the candidate, Mr. Hall, who on rising was received with applause, prefaced his political remiirla by saying thnt lie would hare been vorymuch surprised .hut anyone told him three -years ngo that nt the present time ho would be nildrcsshiK the electors, In such nn Important n!t1!!?B:-li.'vt'!c»'-»,« Cfliulidate, hut now thnt He wns'Iioro ho would do his level best. Tho first mnltcr touched upon wan milway com munication between Jicehnn and Wnmtah. Ho thought the Oovernmcnt deserved censure for thesennt attention they bestowed upon tho requirements of this district, point «? i0!!.1 '''f '1U ''P'1' liroK'»« ot the West Const depended ujion ea...

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Nomination Day. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

*f«i-nlna(lttn Ou.r. On Thursday hist at 4 p.ra. the (line ci pircd for receiving nominations nt pcrsouif qualified to be elected to represent the electoral district of llusscll lu the Legisla tive Council. At that hour two nomination, papers linil been received by Mr. A, K.\ Uhnpman, tho returning officer, both for Mr. Moore, tho present representative. Ono wan signed by Messrs. J. W. Norton Kmltli, E. Stuttenl, A. W. (inilinm, J. L. Ferguson, W. It. Ohlaker, nml T. Wisemnn ; tho second . was from Stanley nnd »igne,l by Mwsrs. F. , W. Ford,T. J. II. King, T. W. Stuchborry, P. llreheny, K. Molwln, O. T. Fonl, H. O. Spicer.aml' C.'T. Smltli. The second paper wns also algnul by two other gentlemen but thoy were not qualified electors. It may bo stilted that only ono nomination was ncces- . snry nnd tho slguntnren of two qualified . electors would have been sufllcient. Ax them Is no other candidate Mr. Moore will be re elected fort the district ho has so long and ably represented. ' Th...

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HOBART. Hobart, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

iioit.vur. Jtobatt. Mavl. A ' G i7ctte Cxtnionlln uj ' wns Issued yesterday dissolving Parliament nnd the writs for the gonunil election will bo issued to-morrow. Tho lion. B. S. Bird, Colonial Treasurer, addres«cd ths elcctnm at J'ort I^pcmnce yestenlay. His »peueh foreshailoweil , the Ministerial policy, which rtutul thnt there would bo no fresh tiwatlon, nud no Increased, protective duties, and that thu financial out look was Round. ' A vote of confidence u Mr JJinl'wu carried unanimously. |

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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

TAS»[ANIAN NEWS, j I.BY E1.ECTUJP TEI.11AI'H.J (PKOM OOll OWS OOlUlESPOSnilNT.) . LAUXOKSTO.V. ???''? May i: Tho Vlctorin Musenni anil Art Gallery In Wellington street, built on' n inrlioii of Iho Depot Grounds, next to the Supreme Court, was opened yestonlny by HU Excellency the Governor with much ceremony. The Museum presents. a, very complete nppenr anoo lu the several departments. ' The share market to-duy win a little more animated and principal stocks in fair demand. Kales recorded being us follows :— Atlas ./I to ./:-, Bon .Accord 4!l/. .to 44/., Faiiiitlcnij.ii 2/9, Mount Zeehaii Cpnld lip) 8/., Proprlctory SUf, ComeU still linn at 14/., Godklns at 21)/,, Whyte Hirer nud Westerns 8/. Other ttocks show uo mnlcrlnl altera tion. Two fishermen uamed Andrew*, whilst Halt ing near Middle Island ou Wednesday hauled up the thigh hone of u man which U supposed to belong tn the reiiinlns of Con stable Willlaniswlmon was drowned 18 month ngo when crosHing from George Town to licncousfl...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

INTERCOLONIAL NEWS, [IlT.SUIIUAllIXE OAIIIjI*.] OlIOM OUJl OH-.V.OOnUK81'OXUH.NTS,) VIO'I'OICIA. JIi.uiouiiM:, April ,10.1 'lhu census returns of the city shon tho population to be 71,881, of nlilch U'OOnrc Chinese. 'Ihe Chinese, Ah Toy, plaintiff In the noted action against the Victorian Government, wns nearly ' killed by larrikins at thu Vic toria Market yesterday morning. Ho Is now In tho Melbourne Jlo-pitnl. Mny 1. Another Boanl has been nppolu ted loin ?lulre Into thu QucensclliT gun accident. Mr James .Sin ice ii president. Thu Postimwtcr-Gcucml has agreed to have telephonic communication established . Ira twecn Mullxnirno and Ballnrat. .Ml. Turuei, the uowh -appointed Minister of Customs, wns (-i-dayrc-cl(.(.leil uuuppiMcd to the Legislative Assomblj fur St. Kfliln Wllllnm Honiiiiiglmm, a \er- old Liilonlst, wns to-day Mmtemcd to thre^ -enrs luinl lilxiur for uttering. Sir Henry Pnrkes arrival at Hnllnml tills morning.

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Farm and Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

I'ltrin null (Jttrdeii, Horticultural Informatiprii — The lourcesuf hoiliaultural liiluiiimiiijn nrii varied and numerous, «ayu' Viok's Maiithljr,' anil probably tic branch ot industry in this oouu try, oxoept '.list of agrloulturo, receives so much attention, anil ia ao thoroughly and constantly examined and disouBeed. Every one. young and old, haa opportunities lo ao quiro aomo praotioal wit on tills Bubjeot, and il would be atrnngo, therefore, if wo should not, an people, grow in Hint direction ; that wo do thore ia ritumdB.it cviihmco. And vi\t, taking tho country through, their number is 10 small that it onn Imidly bo enid Hint wo have a elass ol professional gardeners. Our real gardeners, in a professional Bonse, aro mostly UnifliMi, Scotch, or Herman. Tho foung mon ol this country who aro Irnlned 10 horticultural work, do not havo tlio train ing that thoBOot a similar olsss in England ind European countries receive. The condi tions aro different, and, not loia bo, the reaujts...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

CABLEGRAMS. BI{ITISX™7OREIGN, ,-? ; , , ;? fDV SOBKAKIHE OAnr.B.l . LONDON, AlMi!i,28. The [funeral of Count Von Moltkc, who dial on Friday, took place to-day at Berlin. Tho Kmpcror William followed tho hearse on foot as far as thu railway station, and His 'itajcuty showed signs of deep emotion. Fron^ Berlin station tho body was conveyed by train to Krelsnn, in Nllcshi, wheru the Intel incut will take place. The wholo route was lined with troops, nnd a military procession formed part of the cortege. Bismarck was nbscut from tho funeral. Iu consequence of HtaiuburyV victory over M'Lcan nt Syilnoy yestonlny, O'Connor, the Canadian oarsman, has challenged Htnnsbury to row on an American river for £'-oo a side, aiul the championship of the world. The epidemic of inllucuni, the outbreak of which hns been reported in various parts of the country, hns mndo its appearance in London, nnd is pronounced by medical men to be the same disease which wns prevalent In the early part of last year. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

NowitEiiB In the world ia It more true that In tho mldit of life we are in death an among tho tribe ot Makololoi. Despite the comparative civilisation of the old fol owcrs of Dr. Livingstone, aterrible practical belief in tho power of tho ovil eye aurvives among them. Whenever a man or woman dies from anv cause whatever, esoept from extrcmnold ago, the death is attributed to the bewitchment of some evil person. Ihe medicine-man Is acnt for, nnd lelccts two or three culprits, who have at once to drain tin noiflon-bowl. Kven the death of a child illtcd by a wild beast is avenged In this wav. Mr. Moor, of tbe African Lakes Com pany, asBiued his hearers at Navin the other ?venlng that what with Arab ilavo raids and the poislbillly of being Bcleetecl by a capricious watch-doctor, life Is atlH most painfully precarloua in this part of Nyassa. land. FALUSO atars aro nothing more than littlo bits of atony material which have been leading nn Independent existence on the outer realma of space...

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McLeahey's First Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

McLeahey's First Baby McLeahey : "Oi tuk a day off t' show yez him, byes." Quinlan: "Powers o' mud! but it's th'       great little felly. Whin are yez goin' t' clip th' ears av him?"     Costigan: "They don't nade it. They're       shcalloped. Oi didn't know yez ould 'ooman wor an Eyetalian, Danny!" McLeahey: "Go an wid yure fun; that's right!"     Cassidy: "Be lookin' clost Oi'm av th'     belafe that wan av his eyes is shlate-color an' th' other white."   Keagan: "Yure color-bhlind. Sure th'     windies av him is th' only rale Oirish mar-r-rk he has. They do be grate." Quinlan: "It's the fine bait he'd mek fer a shar-r-rk!"   McLeahey: "Oi like that!"   Costigan: "Say, Danny!"       McLeahey: "H'what?"   &am...

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Life in Wild Siberia. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

JAfo^ in V'ilil Siberia. - ' In onoli oabln is the largo flreploco, wbloli ih mod for both lioatlng nnd cooUluu,' taiu Lieut, W, II, Soheutto, who h»s truvtlled lu norlh-nett Siberia, ' Thoro la eeldora more than one room In these onbltjn, nnd -nll- tho ownor'a cattle, if ho has any, oocupy on. end of the room In which ho lives, being tied, or proyentoil from trampling on the babies by a bar, Tho housoa uro commonly very oom lottablo, but are very dirty, nnd eniell— there la no word to dctcrlbo it. Often, until I not used to It, 1 would rather lio down In tho snow outside, with the thermometer flit) degrees below Hero, than Bleep in one ol incus huts. But you have no idea what n mai i»tn ttuud when ho has to.' 'Have they ninduwa in their Iiouicb?' ' Yen, ice windowi. They ust ice as wo usi kIabf, A clear ploae Is eelcoted about live oi ?ix Inches Illicit, morliscd In Iho window opening in blooka two feet ouil jouictiiuca foui tot rqunre, and with wa'nr is mado aolid l'lio water in a...

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Novelist. In Love's Crucible. CHAPTER II.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

.-'TFIOVClist. In Love's Crucible. JJy JSEHTHA Af. CIA Y. UIIAPTKII 1I.--Costisi:ki,. the llm' jt'iTre^'^ ?jl™;ay^Mr^Vi'l1l'n.0A' hero !» 511m f.riinsforcl. Jli,, CMiinufurd, Mr. Wilton. Takes Mr. Dil.nnte-. pltra u lilg'ut.' ,; J0 At the name of Mr. Wilton ti,o ncMliM.lv b-mi. tiful creaturo gavu r. sudden start ,,f iirouil' n.dig nation, ||»hul n icomful Kl«i,c0 at Iho lie. ltoincu, nnd then sniil, culJIj : ? It will not be nccrsury lo discus) the 1nsi new of ill.: jure «iil, Sir. Wiltuu. II l,o lia, l.lsjtdlt b.-f..i-jli.MvilH,,o,v tbo lmi.il Iniiincis. Wo can get along nilli Hint for uucniglii. Tho Imlcony ictlic In 1I16 must iimrorlnlil, i,l, J i; v.,,,ll, Iw iiupusslbla tn instruct a novice in Hie Iti.lncss ' Hut ' cl|ioatnlatcl the msnager, 'MrWiltnn ia not i novice, lie lias Jihyeil in London He turned In Cunl for conBrmition, and for dates and llsures. ? 1 did not .ay for how many nights, or when,' said lw, cunlly. ' I Imiiu, huwever, to play my ptrt lu Miss Uarnngfuril'a s...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

COMMKItClAL. rolatoes remain at the same figure an last reported, SO/, to SB/, por ton, nnd buyers ore not anxious to do business nt present It Is thought that there will not be much Im provement in prices in Hydncv until the lnr(-o stock* bein»- lauded from Sow Zealand ' mid Wnrmnmtnol .havo «isal olt. A con rldemblu quantity ,,f bhalt lms cume lo lumd ilnrii.ig the past two or three days but large ? buyers -here still lind a difliculty in lilllm; their onlers, nml «ru giving fixiin m MM. Oats very firm at 1/U Good fresh butter is scarce and is mirth I/I por Il-.; potted, lneilimn, 8d. to Mil., gmxl, lml. tn 1/. Kgip, which are vi ry; nenree, aru worth I/I : cheese, njd. to lijd. p.T 1b. ; bawin, 7.1,1. lo 8}d. Coiiiiiilursiblo i(imiititii!s of chaff, poUtocs, onb., etc., have again nceunmlatud nt the brenkwatur, awnitinR «hlpmcut to tho West Const, but ft isc-c|r.^tcil tliat all the eon siBiiments will bu cluiral up to-dnv bv the . Herbert which Is expected to anive' this morulug ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

l?oi' Hule. 171OH SALK.— SSI) ncres of Hush Land. J Apply to J. T. Kixn, llont Harbour. FOlt 8 ALB.— Good Cocksfoot Cimss Seed; snmpies nt Mr. Muck's store, Uurnle. C. Qbinn, Stowport. FOlt.l'itlVATK SAT,i:.-Ono of thu best - Corner Allotments on the West side of Ilurulo.' Wji. Jonks, Jlenal. FOU SALK. — Valuable Property at Duck lllver. Apply Mr. W. II. QltKEN', Cimitiero Street, Iiiiiiiiceston. ' A USEFUL horse will be raid TO-DAY, Public Pou.id, llurnle, nt noon, May 2, 18UI. F OH, SALK.— 51 1 acivs of good Agricul tural Land, situated within tSniihss of Doloralnc. This land is well adapted for growing all kinds of grain, potatoes or fruit. There are two never failing streams running through the farm. Thu greater part of thu Innd Is cleared, a half acre laid out with choice fruit trees; within n mile of the Stnto School. There is erected thereon n throe-roomed Cottage, stable mid barn, nnd will ho sold for JC4 per acre. Ternw if required. For further particulars apply by letter t...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 2 May 1891

.* .' '. .,criAi'TEn'-v.'iU'.'^..:. j ,'; '.,M DArragh Wai 'not a, man to tio dote'rrod (mm a liurno»e, it thoro had^boen a dozen Indian Jacks opjn his track, Inplioo of one .vagabond. , ,i .n\it Win -nc ??* w; li i ''' . Alter the cauntrymon and vlllouo settlors had gone away) lie .arranged . far, a room i in tbe ? tavern, and, was shortly, after shown to it, , . !..,? r , ;. ? .?; ;. -.-. ? ' Onao within thoapartmontallotted io him, hoglanccd at biswaloh und b»w that it was just a quailer; to . eleven o'clook, ..:? - ? llomadono movement as though ho in tended to retire. ?? : ??:?-., VI! .-. . i On thaeonliary, he opened his Batouel and commenced obauging his clothos, indicating that be bad some purpoae in view before tbo opproaih of tho.coming dawn* : ?. - ' _ ? Wliilo thus cngagjd in obanging bis dresB, ho would occasionally mutter to birntelf, iu low, almostinauilibls tones, ? : During hlB nulilcipiy, tho datective oom plolod Iiih change, uud. before the looking glass in tbe ro...

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