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KANGAROO GROUND V. YARRA GLEN [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

KANGAROO UitOUND V. ABRRA GLEN The return latch between the above ,luhs will he played at Kan?aroo Ground to-morrow (Saturday) after. moon: The visitors will be entertained by theu local clib at a dinner at Mlr. Parker's Kangaroo Ground Hotel after the match.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 14. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. CHAPTER XVII Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. 'PART 14. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. By ,Effle Adelaide Rowlands, Author of " Priceless 'Violet," " A '_'hlld of Charity," "A King and a Coward," &c. :: CHAPTER XVII Continued. S?- e1?:h went -;in search of the little S.: iiie~!ti ,itheavy 'heart. It was a L; tiy place lii' close proximity to the ,-public school to whichl Mr. Richard son hiad siiggested Basil should go, 'Lnd itn might have beeo possible for :lald;. undei happier circumstances to '"have pictured a dear little home in Ithis snuill 'ondon house, although it l it ?: difficult for her, to got accus totlied to town air after so many ;.:pears of free life in the country., lhit 'happiness seemed far, far away. , I am afraid Baille llo.will never :one to .see mei . 1 live .here, 'ahhe -aid, ?to herself wiiiv faint smile : '?,Pooir..old soitilshle -Would ibiot;iied: 'ilie 'to breathe ini'stheso tiny tronos. All b?oe vit batck t 1the' oosninibus ` sti n is nag aking· calcultitonfs ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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PROPOSAL OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

PROPOSAL OF MARRIAGE, -4 't'hey were dlining til Inwl ow ito r? ht llllllll I. " \'Ylo h i,'- he expl rini l an ho hllolwI?l hler thill wlnh hbo11e, " ii like hcold hcre', Theni i o muitei hnt il IIt h ''ie wish a putill eltiti titti If Ireit.kn Iht, lioii, who ha I thiei hig'1er half of it. will ha4kve ) hIM Iolr h\ris i" Ito I don'I know whtt, i. w?ih 11 ,.l" 1ho prItl w? nd, Silth, ,loui i'an think Ill' xnnlething"' li' exil tii'il. " N , I ne 't ," ' ihle, rtplioudl " I I ti1 '1 thll11k of III Jth IgK I w Iint l'ry " W1V'Il, I'll wish lih you ? " he ex "11\111 ,iui t'ae lt 7 " ihel' ?ked., t ell Ithe , Ihere'?l i l 1l fl t liti ig il1thi l lho l c wiilii oeict??," Hiih' Intel . icicic'l with cc 1i1td Mi?itl, " yuell Call 1ici,1i Ilie.''

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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 3RD AUGUST, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

. ELTHAM. SHIRE C'O U'N:CIL. ...ORDIN . O1TI LY MEETING. 1loxeo ' mi-n l Avouas, 1903. The. ordinary monthly mneesing of this Co~ibil:was held onMouday last, 3rd inst. Present :-J.The President (Or ,Lawrey) and Ore Bell, Bath, Herbert,r Morris; Scott, Smedley, and -Taylor.? Mr Ohms. Draper, the President of .the Whittlesea Council, was present and was accommodated with a seat at the table. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and cenfirmed and outward correspondence approved of. The President said that Mr Draper was present od a matter of business, and as- he had some distance to travel to go homebagain` he thought it weuld he ias well. to deal with the matter -before intering on the ordinary Council Or E Herbert ',agreed. They 4dre pleased tobaee ~lr Draper, and hbd- no wish to hurry.iim away. Mr Draper's business was in connection" with the road inade some time ago for the benefit of north Arthur's Creek. It would he remembered that land for the road was taken from Mr Mur...

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The Evelyn Observer, Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

Pibli.ied Ever., Piday ulornilq. FRIDAY, AUGUSI' 7, 1903. The ordinary mouthly nmeoting of the I Whittlesea Shire Council will be held on Monday next. A concert and h.all;, in connection with the Loyal CaledeniaLodgee, M.U., will be held this (Fridaj) evening at the Qoeenstown Meulianioa' Institute. The retiring members of the Eltham Shire Council are, "we understand, to receive the complinent of a '"wralkover at the forthcoming elections. , : , The Bishop of Melbourne held con frmation services at Eltham and Queenatown on Wednesday =and Thursday last. . , Church of England servico was held at Panton Hill last night, the sermon being proached by the Bishop of Mel. bouirne. ..There wasa :large congregi. tion'present. . . Thenet proceedaof theeonoertand ball held 'iPaatnn Hill'on 'rho 22nd May last, in connection. with the presentas. lion of the !' Cameron Trophy," was £;1' 5s Od, and the amount has been sent as a donation to the Melbourne Hospital. At a public meeting held at the Pan...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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KINGLAKE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

KINGiLAKE WEST, (rox oon oR OWN CORRRsiPOND&T.) On Friday last the aeholars attend ing the local State school celebrated their Arhour Day. Notwithstanding the weather, which was cold and ehowory, there was a full muster of scholars. The Roy E. Law (Ourrespondant of the Whittlesea Board of Advic-e) addressed tho childlrn in his usunl kliudly manner, and was touch apprecie atedI by his youthful oaudlinc. Mr Ohue. ltawatliorie (Chairman of the snmo Lnoard) also addressed the scholars, . and urgeod on thum the necessity of beautifying their school ground. A lotter was reclvetd by the heed teacher frou Mr J. L. li. ale, J.P., expresling his regret at aot being ahloe to attend owing to iucllomint wUather. IThe soholars rendered nithbl, soongs and recittlions during intervnl,. Fully thirty triws wer. plantaled, prin alphlly pines (Pin,, Innigniw, l'iU.n 'Pouaderonaa, etic.), daring a lull lin the wnauthr. Mi li i Itnwatlhorla plaed il t?u first tron amid cheer, tfron the ehuolara, ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

GENERAL INFORMATION. ---e6***--O Out of 13,000 species of fish only 2,275 belong to fresh water. --+- Wickets have been placed 22 yards apart since 1700. -+E The annual rainfall at Cape Towr is 3Oin., as against 28in. in London -4-+ The last time arrows were faced b3 the British was in China, forty yeari ago. -+ A .ailway engine may roughly be said to be equal in strength to 90C horses. ---+f--* A ruby of one carat is worth £14 "o £20. One of four caratl will fetch £400 to £450. --·-*-· ITares, horses, and giraffes are let ter able to see objects behind then: without turning their heads than any other quadrupeds. -+ in 1864 the Australian cost of car rying merchandise was 6s. 3d. -e: per ten miles. It is now is. 5d. for the sameo. Fifty German warships and one torlpedo-boat have already been fitted with the apparatus of wireless tele graphy. -- The largest statue in the world is not Bartholdi's statue of l,ihorty, in New York Hlarhour, but tie sphinx, at (iilnh, in Egypt.. The sphin...

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ARTHUR'S CREEK MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

AIL1'HU L'S OREEK M?EOHANIOS' INSTITUTE. A meeting of the Arthur's Creek Library comu)itfte, was held. on the 20th ult. Members present :-Mesars F. W..Iammet (chairman), W. Braen nan (treasurer), J. E. Steer (secretary), Jos. Murphy, W. Murphy, J. Harrison, J. Lodge, H. SchuillazJas. Murphy. D. Mann, A. Hemnpol, and W. Hempel. The minutes of the la'st meeting were read and confirmed. The Secretary stated that this special meeting was called to arrange for an overdraft at the Oolonial Banik to carry out the extension of the building and to put the hall in 'a state of thorough repair tis had been decided at previous meetings; also that the Secre. tary of the trustees had notified him that the deeds of the building were placed at the Commercial Bank, Hay market, at the wish of the acting Library committee. Mr Harrison moved, that as the hank would require a new guarantee that the members present sign the necessary document. Seconded by Mr W. Hempel and carried. : According to instructi...

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ROYALTIES WHO LOVE A PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

ROYALTIES WHO LOVE A' PIPE. No one is feoder.ol his briarwood pipe them -King Leopold of Bellium, and the pagoda of the brohre elephant that stands on the mantel. pieceof bissaontum at Laeken is flled trgpiarly every morning with a frayraut mixture of the ftisrt Euglih bird's rye anid boonydew. Ano ber devotee of the pilpe in te Duke of. York ; and probably Ilte miost tiurtd oounfidant or his thoughts, as well as bhs oldest friend, is a very grimy end badly burnt briarwoodI pipe of the "'eutty" oder of architecture, wlich he hles hbal in- his possession ever since his midship tranti' days, whoen t used to be smoke surrep. litiouely, Thesyouuig Crzr of Ilusais follows his ducal cousin's example in this respect, and the I'incs of Waie is a ouflrmbi pipe.smluker, .!Tbe lute Emperor ltederick was devoted to hblspipe, one of thoseo porcelain-bowhdri Oerma arrsxgiments, and never looked more geoiol and more Iindly thbn when he had it dangling from hise lips. ir ciionKmpertr William, how. ...

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A HOUSE OF MOTHER OF PEARL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

A HOUSE OF MOTHER OF PEARL. (!elllurlia po?aeters solse miold dirm. In afrhbl tlerttre, uint 01S1 of tIie late.t llpe trl l n lo at ties stf iunths'r..if.;n'orl It It snt a large Soilsu, but aqultt Isrl. rssiu1 for ItI owner, a t'l'i.,n fIlshrrrn oii (tf Irln s Pri?t, MnItoiiirs. Ilmuit of ti lls onl " I l') inaL' Lit a Ia IIr r ay PIV I, 1 Ithlll ollthr part oii Ii wonlouf al?ll, atorotllol ,Iivire'sId wl Aibalone 11tils p. Ii.ni Ihn house wAl IbIltll Ith nhrill ni l hoverll ,'' I I e h lilll wsd ti litt ts ntll isi, ol h, wi.ri isord ii lIl. Itg fhelm to hits tiss, Jrollio Chinumani wotut Ialllt tllty IsIt Io11 n ll l h oll I, w uoi f UI l is o 0M ,Ij lIt silnsli rulyilllort ll'i tO , t si rsily II n | h e la isrittoofo it fsl siiism 'tstiat i' In llnt. eors, a stl tiOlt tisof wh h oi llo ub o ulllltls is I InnlsIl a Ist In i psli o, iss itl itso its Ii sl asilh iillsilfoalh , Ill llllti i tl l r Ho . sl.hillnl IsIltalt, hlltll I ass sur (orstl growllt, t?l tiy*y lioulo ll lu filt...

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HOW GEESE ARE FATTENED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

HOW CEESE ARE FATTENED. The following method of goose fat tening is dolpted by farmers. Geese in good condition, should hbe shut up in a quiet' place, shaded from light, where they cannot see other geese at liberty, and should be ' kept there from .20 to' 25 days.' It Is benellcial to let, them out for about 15 to 30 lminutes the first thing in the morn ing and egain oat evening about dusk. The meals they get should be nut. tious, and a mlixture of barley m"1l, wheat floiir, a little~ Indian meal and boiled potatoes,' given twice a day, is good. About the last 10 or 12 days it is advisable to mix a little flnely-chopped- rough fit with the meal. This.has the effect of plump ing thenl up, renlldering their flesh mluclh mlore pialatable. A trough of clear water should be supplied to the birds after their evening mneal.

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STONES THAT LIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

STONES THAT LIVE. ·· :-+r~--~- -:: 'T'he most curioim specimens of ani mal or phult life in existence are the so-called " living stones " of the Falkland Islands.' These islands are among .theh. mst cheerless spots in the world, being constantly subject edl to a-strong polar wind. In such a climate. it is inpossible for, trees to grow erect, as they do in. other countries, : but nature has, made amends" by furanishing a supply of wood in the-. most crious shape idaigilable. T'he visitor to theo Falk lands sees sc?ittered' here and :?here singularly shaped. blocks of what arp pear to be weather-beaten and -mosa covered boulders in various sizes. Attempt to .turn , one of. these " boulders " over and you will meet with ansurprise~becausu the .stone,:is actually, anchored by roots'of great strength. No other country in the world has such a peculiar " forest growth, and it is said to be next to impossible to work the, odd-shaped blacks into fuel, because the, wood is perfectly devoid of...

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THE RETIRED BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

THE RETIRED BURGLAR. -*1 " One night in the dining-roosm of a house where I was making a short call," said the retired burglar, " I found the gas still burning but tiurn ed low, and when I'd turned it up.a little I found on the table under it the hbeautiftlest little. cold' lunch you -ever saw. 'Tfiero' was aboit(hal a.turkey, " pret.ty Learl all onioi side of hime; including the second joint which is 'y splocil fa' ncy'-aild I. do like cold iit ie l-ad?"'? beend,: a?dl pickles aid things and off ononedgeg f .theI spread 0 thero' iawas ;? plate, of sene isoit to toakes and cuities and fwitt ! ?- er there was on t the "able }gns of a 'kind is 0 rtht`azlug ana v. " Well' ` noiw you known ty motto has rlnays blieen'i p business before pleasure; but''Icouldn t osist ithati turke3,'and I just`'simnply-pulled.out. the chali fia thiiet ' endof th.e ,.tale, the one tha it as :iclosest to it;, anld wvent at; it; anid :it isas as good as it'lookedthed only disturbtng thing sit' thet cnaid eat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

"I SANK SO LOW" I Could Not Work. MY WONDERFUL RECOVERY the TALK of the TOWN The Case of iMrs. M. O'BRIEN. (By , Speeial Reporter.) ' "Tho consummation of our Comnion wealth will tend to broaden th ' intellect and to remove many of the pettyjeal ousies which formerly existed between the inhabitants of the various States. We will learn our true relations to our neighbours, besides reeogiising the du tie' and responsibilities which we share as a federated populace. "Whatever we do should be done for the benefit of all," a remark which fell from the lips of Mrs. Mary O'Brien, of No. 27 Ather ton-street, Fitzroy, as she sat convers ing with our reporter; "and I am sure my story ought to brighten many a deso late home." "May I hear it ?" the scribe inquired. "With pleasure. was living at Orange, in New South Wales, when 1 was first taken very ill. You know it is pretty cold there in winter, but the cool air agreed with me very well.. It was during the hot summer months that I loll sick, ...

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WHITTLESEA BRANCH, NATIONAL CITIZENS' REFORM LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

WHITTLESEA I3RANOEi, NATIONAL CITIZENS' REFORM LEAGUE. A meeting of the Whitleaea branch of the' N"ational Citi.eps' Reform League" was held at the Methanics' Institute, Whittlesea, on, Friday, 30th nilt, Mr. Cornfoot, the President of the branch, was in the chair... Mr Thomas, after reading the minutes of the lastineeting, explained that Messre. Blanche and Neild had oonme from the central office of the League to address the ntentmhrs of the branch on the policy of the League. Mr Blanche gave a history of the League and a resume of its wo;k. The State house, he said, had been inclined to scoff at the powet of the League. After a time the League gave its alle giance to Mr Irvine, because, of his reasonableness to economic reform. The League had.practically re-organized the matters of State, and, though not quite satisfied with existing circum stances, determined to turn 'heir attrn -ti -ro---PFrederal-'matTer - !!This branch must remain alive; ,ble Federal elections at the end of th...

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TREATMENT OF CONSUMPTION. DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER OF HEALTH-THE HEIDELBERG PROTEST SUCCESSFUL-PATIENTS TO BE PROVIDED FOR BY THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

TREATMENT OF CONSUMP TION. tI -I DEPUTATION TO TIlE. MINISTER OF II?ALTII -TIR IItEIDELDIEtO .PROTBST sodoCPePUt -PATIENTS TO sI PtRO TIDED FOR DY THE GOVERNMENT. Alarge and representative deputation front Heidelberg waited oui the Minis-. ter of Health in Wednesday morning (eisys the Heidelberg News if the lst inst.) to protest agatlst the erection of iicreased accommodation for consump tives at the Austin Hospital. A tnem ber of gentleman lepresenting the association for the prevention and aore of tuberculosis and the Austin Hospital committee were also present by invitation. Dr Gresswell, chairnman of the Board of Health occupied a seat next the Minister. Mr Gair, M1.L.A., introduced the deputation from Heidelherg, and'refer. red to the rapid.. progress the district was making since the establishment of direct railway communication.. The congregation of eonslunptivesat Heidel. railway revenue. ':. ' Dr Rollason submitted the resolutioni carried at the recent public meeting, held ...

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A STORY OF DALKEITH. THE DUKE GIVES "A HAND WI' THE BEAST." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

A STORY OF DALKEITH. --+- THIIE DUKE GIVES " A HAND WI' THE BEAST." The visit of the King and Queen to ]Dalkeith Palace imparts interest to the following story concerning the present Duke of BIuccleuch's father. A herd boy who was one day driving a refactory cow to the home' 'farli through the palace grounds, inot'?re cognizing the' luke in hisahomely grey suit called upon hinm to " com; i and gie's a hand wi' the beast. I His grace wenit and tllpcdined n then asked the hoy," flHow muo nare you. expecting for this jolt? SI:dinna ;keii" replied ,theherd lildie , ni but 1'iu sure o' somiething for' the folks'. at the iooseo arcguld doke slipped }n by a side door -pet a Isovereigia n the butler's hi d .hiand tol hit? giseIt to ,the urchini ITe duke passed out, nother - ? ay iands .n a few -nilnutes reJofined the A .. shilll was the reply 'an dae e no think it nley Thei-tuko led the bo= to Lth palace anaskedlhiii to poltit out the per son .who had given hlitiu the shilling il?aid, the :...

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Between Two Loves CHAPTER XXXIX. BEADY TO START. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

- Between. Two Loves CI1API'TEIt XXXIX. ntADnY TO StTART. Sir Clinton olad kelt his word. Im Ihuniately on his larrivnal in England h^ hidl gone to 'lFrndale and had seenri rs. Ernle. Ile told her of Dais.'s' wish that she should go to tier. At first. she -h ll refussed. Shie was too old for travel too old for change: she should not-know lwhat to do in a strainge coltitry,. fprr'gn ways would, kill hier, andlshe, would Lnet hear a word of it; but whenl Sir Clintln told .er about the tieulty of the:Miitle i grandchild, and artfully ~lancedt hefoir 1' her the fact that tlie" bli el o?D~isy-I antled .advice in'biriiging't llp'tldhhcil, tht'.sort of instinct ;which' nevei'qaiteo dies in womn woke upli, and .,sherde. clared -herself in reudinres to set out. She- was slightly, olarmed nat, the l?.ht v oflthe French: courier, with ,.his long helird and mustnche,,whose ideas of the I IEntgllsi language, were of the most ex traordinnry desceiption. Poor Mrs. Emne trembled at him. but his res...

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A GREAT NOVELIST AND THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

A GREAT -NOVELIST AND THE CHILDREN. That the great novelist Thackeray was a living fatl or and also a delightful play)mat to I.i, own two fortunate little g;rls is well known. through the teatimony of one of them, nowv- Is. Ititchie ; but the glimpse of him gii a in 'the reminiscences of tir Joseph Archer Crowe shows that he could and woul.t ratertain no lees hsppily and skilfully the ctilirco of his Irinoads. " oeieg "a conltat visitor of oire,"-says hir Joseph, " he had a seat always ready for iin on Saturdiay at our table, and would cosei lato the iioad g-room about a ,hour before dioeilr, nod hardly have timto sait down before we shillrfen surrounded him, and begged for a rulawing. For my silters he diew a coalbheaver ruonni g oton-mouthid after a little girlb; fo us all he daew something ; ad than he hbethought his, of tLe adventures of Brian " BrIne was John Blitoe, the artist, nickoamed by lhackoeay " The Count," a friend of br th families, and at that time sheeat in Spain on...

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NO PLACE LIKE HOME. OF ONE MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 7 August 1903

NO -PLACE -LIKE "-HOME, OF ONE 'MIND. Mrs. Baed) wio : I think iI's just pyrlrtll awful the way that HMinioTattletou talks about neiple. Mrs. Bruow-Stone : Isn't it ? lt.thero's any. thing I to derpilc. its golSip. Mrs. Bradywine : So do 1. They are always saying something awful about lni. For ilLtaa, ai Dolly.Vso Gabby. who pretenlds to be such a - good friend o yours, tld a frightful story at Mrs. Gushes tlys tea about a lltatiol you carlllt on at Brightou with a ltaeusiau Utunt. Mrs. Brown*-Stoue (blushing guiltily) It's not true. I can pirove it. Mrs. Itradywioe (sweetly): And that's not all. Sho said the Count jilted you. Mra.'Brown-Sone (in a frenzy); "He diln't Why, I laughed in. his facu-er-l-tLat ls- These gosaips atop at uothiing. Would you bht lIe?s it, Jennie Guslherly told moe-that you had to pawn your diamoods to get a dress to attLud the chaeity ball in. Mrs. "Bradywine (indirgantly) : Why, bow could she soy that P That's as had as the reputt 1 Leard of your -bhotowlu...

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