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CORRECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

CORRECTED. 'Promptness in ackowlcdging an error is a commendable trait, as it Is also ono that is none too common. But a correspondent cites an oxamplo which is likely to strike ovory ono as rather queer. . _ In a certain graveyard .tliero is a hnndaomo marblo monument ,! Sacred to the memory of Margaret,, etc.. wifo nf, etc., who diod, etc.,' and below the inscription is this addendum — | 'Erratum— For Margaret, rend Martha.' ', 'Don't you think BotfWilkcs bus .'a most promising voice ?' ' Very. Ho has been promising for a year to pay two pounds ho owes me.' —

Publication Title: Wellington Times And Agricultural And Mining Gazette
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FIGHTING FOR PRINCIPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

.fi«Hm .i .Tin r.t'sfih I FIGHTING FOR PRINCIPLE. Men' sornotimoj fight for principle, but oftener for interest. The Scotsman may not mind spending or giving away money, but he will oxact the last Bawbee of hid due. There were two' farmers once 'mot to settle an account.. The amount was about £60, but there was an odd penny. r ' Weel, hern's tho money, and I'm muckle ?bleeged toe ye.' ?, 'tThank ye. I'm thinking that's no richt, 'What's no richt?' 'Thero'8 a penny hare yo owo me.' 'That'll o' nao consequence.' 'I'mthinkin'itis.' 'Weel, I'll no pay't.' - 'Weol, yowull pay't.' , 'I'll no.*1 And. so tho disputo wont on till they foil to ?blows, and had a regular set-to. : A friend .came up and separated them, but the man who claimed tho nionoy was badly scratched. ' '.What's the matter?' 'It's a penny.' 'That's a' richt,' said tho injured man. ' 111 say nae mair about tho penny. I wud na mind the lickin', but that iHrnnyll coat mo ?axtceu pence m stickin' plaster.' '

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HOBART. "Friday Night." [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

1I0BART. Vl-Mnv Klnht ' It is not considered necessary to hold an Inquiry into the titc at Mr Crisp's timber yard on Wednesday. , The property was in lured in the Cornwall Insurance Company for £2000, but Mr. Crisp ulll still be nloicr by about £0000. - ^

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

INTERCOLONIAL; K|fli; : ' ' ' [Bt SoDSiXniNK ^Oable.]*' , f'.'',a (raOHOUnOwK.OOBBBSPONDMTTS.) ' . -;:V'r V' VICTORIA.-; -^:;^ ' ?'. - ? '?'? :-?' ,';MBtBOUBKE,; Friday; ; .The' hoard appointed to- hear'the charges . .. against' Colonel Price commenced its sittings to'ilBjv The. clmrgo was laid owing ,tp;fho report that wlion the military wore recently called out, in connection with the strike,. 'Colonel Price gavo the order , to ' firq low and, lay thorn out.'. The 1nqu|ry;wlll last. . ... some days, as there are about 80 witnesses' to ?be called, including several members of ilia Trades Hall Council, and .» number Iqf -members of . tho prass. . , : ' : . . liWilllam Dohorty hasbcen found guilty 'of . '.. '. 'omboKling tho funds and' falsifying, the '. books of the Premier Permanent Building . Society, aiidromanded for sentence. ,.'.'.! ', A gale of exceptional violence broko OTcr tho oity to-day. A ^ large advertising hoard ing was blown with a frightful crash, and a , small dome ...

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CABLEGRAMS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN. LONDON, OCT. 28. THE STRIKE DIFFICULTY. £20,000 TO BE RAISED FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

CABLEGRAMS, BRITISH AND FOREIGN, fllr SunsiAitiNK OABiiB.l ? (I'BnltEUTEIl'S AOBNOV.) \ LONDON, OOT. 28,' ' THE STRIKE DIPPIOUIiTY. ' . ' ,. ., r«20,0d0' T6i'BH;'-ilAtSED',,F6« ,', A1TSTIIAT.IA. . A Tory largo mcqtlug of tho London Trados ... ? and Labour Council was held hist night, when fully 200 members wore prosontT™ ?The meeting was. called 'for \ the special -? purpoBO of taking .into consideration tho. . ». rcqnost from tho Bydnoy Labour Committee ;??'? for a loan of £20,000, to enable thpni , to carry the Australian strike tp a' sucoessf ill ; ' 'issue, '?'.''?'? ''' '' ?'? '?'!???' / ? : It w«s unanimously resolved that; an Im- ., x medl»te Appeal to tho country should bo... : t p mntjofor contributions towards the amount , ,,;.;,.. which it is, desired- to borrow, andtMt^ho. v ,„., moiicy should bo rcmittcilaB it wivsrai«eili'; ..,-.

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TASMANIAN NEWS. LAUNCESTON. Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

, .TASMANIAN NEWS;!' [By Eleotmo Telegraph.] , (FROJI OUIl OWNOOBhESPOITDBKT.)!1; v';;-;:: - ^LAUNCESTON.-- '-:^v '''/??' ! - '?? !; , ''. ^Friday Night j ..?Early. this ,? morning a, heavy gnlo i blew ?? ????;? from tho eastward . which , carried. - tho ' gidvaniscd iron roof: f rain off a lean-to at at the rear of Messrs. J. and T. Gunn's new premises into the Academy of Music' yard with such forcpi as to break the stalrcasb at the rear of the building. No other damage . . from tho gale is reported. . ' . ?- Latest mining news — Comets, buyer 46, seller £6/2/6, sales £6 ; Comet Extended, buyor 70/., seller 75/.; Gokdins, buyer' 7/9 ? seller 8/(1 j Godkin Extended, buyer, 1/6, Boiler, 1/9 ; Mount Bischoff, buyer «52» seller £fi3/10/. Tnsmauin, sales «7/5; Manganese Hill, Bales 9/9; Sylvester (paid up), sales 2/6 ; Bnlstrup, sales !)/., Ormuz sales £9. Local quotation for tin ore is, ? 16/6 per unit. ?'.'..:, ' ' The Rev. William Law, pastor of Christ^1 ' Church (Congregational) com...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

, NEW- SOUTH- .WALES.'/';.;' ' — ; ?::? .: ?'. n'b-yi'lt ' STDNBr, Friday.! .: The following wire has been received from Bull! : — To-day. 16 wagons were cut adrift nml smashed. Several mlnertf at tempt«d to cut away 24 more but failed. -].,r t-+v.i ntA At a mccttng of the Southern' colllory pro prietors it was decided to rc-opon the mlucJ, .: and if unionists. refuse to work non-unionists bo employed.' ' ;. .' , ::'. ,,:..::r ','.'?{ ? The decision of the Government to appoint a Royal Commisolon to report upon ,tho best means of preventing a recurrence . of ? the strikes, with special reference to the estab lishment of a': Boapl .of ,Conciliation'j,*is. gonomlly approved of., .- ? ?'' ~ ??*? ;?;? '^''

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

COMMERCIAL. There is Benrcely any necessity to refer to the local produce market as there is no busi ness nt nil being done. Trices cannot be quoted for potatoes as the usual buyers are not at present in want of any, and the fen sellers that nrc coming forward arc asking prices to help to pay for their losses which inenns thntthey cannot sell. Our Devonport contemporary lias about the same state of- affairs to report, the pro duce market remaining stagnant. Stocks in Sydney have decreased considernly during the paet week, the market on Monday open ing with a total of 10,000 sacks, of which 7000 were New Zcalands and ilOOO Tns manians. Our Melbourne correspondent forwards the following : — There is now more enquiry for wheat, !t/8 being paid for good sanijilcsnf milling; Hour is dull of sale; Victorian oais, 2/7 to 2/10; chaff, O/ii/.; Queensland fine yellow sugar, £18/5/. (brisk) j medium white, i'22/10/.; grainy yellow. £17; cur rants, ./-I J to './.- ; Elcmes, ./0.1 ; Sultanas, 8»...

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SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

SAILED. October 22, — Unilino, kotcli.for Brlckport. October 22.— Herbert, b.s,, 189 tons, 0. Tnit, for Lnunccstou. October 2!).— Wnkefleld, b.b., 141 tons, J. H. Stoekuinn, for Circular Itoad, October 2!l. — Moreton, B.s., D81 tons, A. M'lSuehern, for Melbourne via Circular Henil. Passenger — Mr. K House, J.I'. October 21.— Wnkoileld, s.b., lit tons, J. H. Stockman for Laiiueeston. Cargo — 117!) bags till ore, 5 bdls sheepskins mul sundries. Tlio schooner Eveline, from Melbourne for Laimceston, put iuto port yeBtcrdny owing to the heavy gnlo that wns blowing. Tlio Evellno made a remarkably fast rnu over. Cnptaiu ltcid reports having left Williiunstowu at I) a.m. on Thursday, QueeiiK clif£ at 2 p.m., arriving nt Emu Bay nt3 p.m. yesterday — HO hours from Willinnw town and 25 hours from Qucenscliff. Captain ltcid Btntes that ho linil a very rough time of it on Thursday night, but owing to the ex cellent qualities of liis little boat he got through safely and accomplished a very smart...

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FATAL SUPERSTITION. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

FATAL SUPERSTITION. ' Thoro is ft superstition among certain A the 'lower 'classes' that whoever possossoe himself of a rope with which a parson has been haiiged or has hanged himself is cer tain to como in for a slice of good luck. A young woman living in the Jlontmartre quarter, Paris, committed suicide- a short time ago, and a neighbour helped to cut her dowD, but sho was dead j so he con soled himsolf by putting into his pocket e bit of the hemp with which the deed bad been done, with tho firm conviction that ho would hear in a day or two that lie had come into a colossal fortune. He would boa millionaire aud would devote his Iifo to enjoying himself instead of carrying bundles on his baok for a fow paltry francs per diem. But tho fortune did not como. So ho wont to America — to Louisville — to sook it. Perhaps it in even now on tho way, but tho man was impatient. Then thoro was the lucky; piece of rope. Ho would not take his eyes oft' it. Ho kept it in his pocket, and in thoi i...

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INDIAN CHUTNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

INDIAN CHUTNEY. Half a pound of moist sugar, four ounces salt, two ounces garlic, two ounces shallots, four ounces powdered ginger, two ounces dried chillies, four ounces mustard-seed, six ounces raisins (stoned), one bottle vinegar, fifteen large unripe apples, six ounces tomatoes. Boil the apples, sugar, and half the vinegar for one hour. Chop up the gallic, shallots, tomatoes, and raisins, and wash the mus tard-seed in vinegar and let it dry. Then add all to the apples and sugar, and boil slowly for an hour and a half. Add the other half-bottle of vinegar ; lei it cool, and bottle off or cover in jars.

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THE YOUNG CADET; OR, THE Turns of Fortune's Wheel. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

'JLJI13 YOUNG CADET; ' Vlll'HS (Wl'Ol'HlllO'w -VllUCl. ,BV1 ' (I)GN. PBRLKY POORE. 9 X CHAPTER VIP. (Coni'iiu-d). 'Whnt's tho matter ?' crlnd old John Spcncor, who booh rushed Into the room, white with fear, nnd followed by his son. .' Mastor Clouiont has faulted,' said Mrs. Egrni, who nt once rccognlBcd the child of her fostering, and endeavored to restore him to consciousness. 'Ho needn't have Beared us so,' growled young John, who had evidently been much alarmed. 'Never mind — never mind,' said his father. 'Ho'll havo something to faint about soon. Bnt whore's thnt Egan 1' 'My husband?' nsked tho woman, who was ikneeling by Clement and chnflng his temples. 'I hope ho is doing nothing wrong.' ' No — ah I hero he comes, Take this fainted fellow, Egan, and carry him up staire. Your wife willishow you some spare room, if you don't know one. Then come ? down to us.' ' Yes, sir,' replied Egan. ' I got the lock picked just ns you — ' ' Silence I' thundered John Spencer. Then with an exp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

Sitipitlnir A-dvevtisKJinciits. ? : TASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. .'?''-.I. MELBOURNE RACES. ??-? THE;S.S. MORETON Will leavo Emu Bay on arrival of train from Waratah (fl l'-m') °11 SATURDAY, 1st NOVEJIBEI1. - And from Circular Head samo evening for Melbourne, Wn»4c-l. WANTKl).— AiV-'oiUico to tlio Dlnok .'inilMni?. \V. Mvi.ak, Emu lli.y. ANTKD— Maw'cd co.i.ile, okdc. k'lico 1 )a k'?'io-iil woi'c coni-coiutl w'.U u oi'hli f.n-.}-, Wnfeiis, AoQ. J, 1'. Mveub, Cum lloni*. i ANT13D IMMKDIATKIiY. — Cqm foriuV.o Her id n'-id llcs'ilcnco in n private family, by youiig man. Torins modcrato. Apply this oillce. : llUllWH.VH. £.1). ii ml M.il. K Al JAVA V. 'ALTEIIAT1ON iFritAlN SERV1C13, rpitAINS will ho despatched as under — From Wnrntnh on 25th October, 1 p.m. From Bumio, 20th October, 7 p.m. No train will leavo Bumio for Wnrntah on Monday, 27th October. J. W. NOIITON-SM1TH, Mnnngcr, For gnlu. FOR SALE.— OS nereB oE land Bituato nt Jacob's Boat Harbour, all under gmfB nnd well watered...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

tho num. TUB THOROUGHBRED SIRE COLUMBUS ?WILL STAND THIS SB.ABON AT For tho sorvico of ; n . limited number of mines. Columbus in n chestnut horse by Smuggler, from Allco Drow.'byAthos, from Uniliuo, by ICclpIo, from Hipped Bessy, by St. John, from Bessie Bcdlnin, by Ilous' Emigrant, from Stella,' by Peter Fin. from Spnowlfe (imp:) Smuggler by Fishorman (imp.) ? ; Winner of ,70 Itnccs. Columbus was n good performer, ns his mnny victories sliow. - He won the Australian Cup, V.R.C. Town 1'lnte, Ballarat Cup, V.K.O. Handicap, Welght-for-Ago race, in which lie dcfcatcil Mnrtindalc, Swlvollor, Savnnakii, Bcllndrum, mid I'ollio ; besides rumiing two dead heats for Geelong Cup. Columbus is the sire of soveml winnei-s in Victoria, and has taken First 1'rir.u at the National Agricultural Society's Show, Vic toria. Teiihs : ' £1/10. Forfurther particulars apply to the Owner, CHARLES TATLOW, Stanley, Circular Haul. , THE THOROUGHBRED ENTIRE HORSE AUTUMN. Will travel this season from Stanley to...

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BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND Tho roso, summer's emblem, 'tis England's Anil France deeL her shield with the stately ileur-do-lis; But brighter, fairer (ar thnn these, thero blooms a tlower (or me ; 'Tis tho uIiio-IjcII, the blue-bell on Scotland's grassy leu, Whore, from the dnrk, upspring the lark, tho rising sun to see. My land I native, hind 1 where afar my steps linvo been, Blue skies chain' the eyes, nnd tho earth is ever green ; Yot dwelt my heart 'mid Scotlnnd's glens, when n.ve in thought wns seen, Tho blue-hell, the hiuo-boll amid tho brackons green ; Ynd brighter far, thnn sun or star, tho oyos of bounio Jean. rho thistle, Scotland's badgo, up from free dom's soil it grew ; Its enemies aye found it hedged round with rosemary nnd rue ; rVnd, emblem that her daughters were modest, lenl nnd true, from off the rocks, amid their locks thoy twined the bell of blue — Tho hcatlibcll, the harebell, old Scotland's bell of blue. Tho largest nut is tho elo|ib nnt, nnd tho worst uncle the cn...

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ANNUAL LATROBE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

ANKDE'aTpESHOW; '. -. ..- ? « . . . ' . The sovontoonlh animal oxlilbltlou o£ tlio Nortli-Wcstom Agricultural Association ,,as hold,, ntnliittobi), ,«n rr1\Veduesdiiy, Inpt ,n|icl pnBsccl'ioiEJ'with tho? greatest JBiicce!!». JTIiia; annual exhibition In yearly gaining moro favour with Wthfoililbl tors .'anil 1K0 public, anil should tlio, ratu of progress during the noxt few years contiimo tlio same n« In tho pas^tl^TttLttobo'^hiw; '.will; havoj^nttnltiecl. tlio proud distlnctlon'of being tho leading Dhow in tho North. This year there wnB n largo Inorcaso over any provlous year in tho nmnber'tot ontrloR nuil tho nttondanco' of spectators, noUvlthntnmllng tho ? recent de pression In-farming -pursuits and : business generally^ Tho list of entries totalled 510,' being. nn incrcaso of 7i' over tho30 of 1889, and in all classes tho - exhibits, wcro good: Tho attendance from tho Coast this year was much greater thnn on any provlous occasion', owing in a largo mcasuro' to tho **~f ' oxtensi...

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The Wellington Times. Published Every Wednesday and Saturday SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

JPublithed Every Wednesday and .Saturday , SATURDAY, 00T01IER HS',1SOO.'''' CoKBIDiiUAULK Interest is being manifested in the public mooting to bo hold in tho Buraio Town Hall to-night, and a very largo ami reprcitcntativo gathering is anticipated. , Tho objects of the meeting are nlrcndy so well known that there is no necessity to rccnpltu-1 late them, Tho members of the electoral' dlBtrlot have signified their intention 'ijf ? being present, ns woll as several other lead ing residents along tho Coast, and some good' speeches may bo oxpoctcd. There is one matter that will bo brought before,- tho meeting Unit has not yet been referred to, nlthough It is most important. We allude to tho immediate necessity for securing electoral votes. Thoro nro n.vory largo number of persons whose names are. not on tho roll owing to tho apathy displayed by Buch individuals. If electors would only realise the importance of securing votes for the election of their members of Parliament this stnto of a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 25 October 1890

Npuclnl AAvei'tisemciitM. /'\UE13N'S GRAMMAR SCHOOL, \J 151IU BAY. PlllKOll'Ai, :— J. HAMILTON ROYOE, Oortltlcatod Trained Teacher, Molbourho University ; Cortiltcntcd Tenchcr, Drawing, Drill, Gymnnstlcs. Senior Lady Assistant ;— Miss S. do B. Mumdv, Certificated Trained TenchcrJ Junior Lady Assistant : — Miss M. BnoWN, Melbourne University. The course of instruction includes English In nil Its branches, Latin, French, Mntho matics, &o. Prospectus and terms on appli cation to the Principal. . R. S. TAYLOR &? Co., ULVETtSTONE. ; Xmul, JEHtnte, CoiiuiiiftNlun, aiul Mining* Atfeiitft. Farms, Country, and Town Lots for snle, and reliable information obtained concerning nil land on Iho North-West Const AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED 'THE WELLINGTON TIMES,' Published every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. Contains the latest market quotations from reliable sources ; all the news of the Coast, and general news of the Colony nnd all parts of the world. Correspondents wanted in every distric...

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The Sin of Omission. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 October 1890

Tho Sin of Omluien. .Br Maboabr E. Sahobtii. It Isn't it A thing you do,- dew, .i' It j the thing you loavo undone, Which gives you a bit of a hoadacbe At tho Botting of the sun. Tho tender word forgotten, : The lettor you did not write,' Tho flowor you might havo sent, dew, Are your haunting ghosts to-night, Tbo stono you might havo lit tod Out of a brother's way, The bit of hearthsomo counsel, You aro hurried too much to say. Tho loving touch of tho hand, dear, The gontlo nnd winsome tono, That you hnd no timo nor thought for, With trouble enough of your own. These little acts of kindness, So easily out of mind, Thoso chancos to bo nngoli, ; , Which oven mortals find— Thoy come in night' nnd Bilonco. Each chill, reproachful «raitb, Whon hope is faint and flagging, And a blight has dropped on faith. For life is. all too short, dear, And Borrow is all too great, ' To suffer our slow compassion - i That tarries until too Into. , And it's not the thing to do, doar, It's tho thing you ...

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THE YOUNG CADET; OR, THE Turns of Fortune's Wheel CHAPTER IX. WEALTH VERSUS MERIT. [Newspaper Article] — Wellington Times and Agricultural and Mining Gazette — 29 October 1890

? ? THE YOUNG CADET; Oil, THE ' 1'iiriiH ol'IToi'tiuic'M WUccI. BY ,l)EiT. PKIILBY POOR13. CHAPTER IX. ' ! ^VE\I.TU V13U8UB JIEftlT. Tho mansion of Jlr. Pnltorson was the most magnificent in Now York. I'urnlslicd in the most sumptuous manner with every thing thnt wealth could supply, thcro was ouo room that gave especial evidence of n refined yet capricious tnsto. Occupying tho entire front of tho third storey, its windows opened upon a balcony which overlooked tho then f ashicnablo llnttcry, and commanded n view of the magnificent harbour. Within tho windows wore decorated with curtains of rose coloured damask and embroidered white nmsliu, whilo the walls wore hung with n pearl coloured paper, 'Studded with golden figures. Tho llrussels carpet was so thick thnt no footsteps on it could bo hoard j eiiv broidored tdnostrics covered the luxuriously cushioned lounges, nnd nbovo the polished marble mimtcl was nn immense French minor. A low sketches, iu carved walnut frames, decked the w...

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