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LETTERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

LETTERS. TO mil UrtTOIt. Sm-I beg leave to correct tho state- ments made in your paper of last wcolc by a correspondent in reference to tho racehorse Hotspur at the Inst Burrundie Race Club meetiug, which states that the sale of Hotspur looked like a sharp trick, which I most emphatically deny, as the horse wa? sold as a bona tide sal« toa Chinaman o.i the morning of tim race day. Your correspondent distinctly status that the bor«; was rallied imme- diately after thc races, which is utterly fabe, as the horse still remains the property of the Cliiuaman who bought bim. No doubt your correspondent lost a few dollar* on tlu? old brown horse, which madu him rather snakchcadod. I also wish to inform your correspondent that libel actions ave greatly in vogue just at present in the N.T, to the extent Í of five thousand pounds. 1 am, Sir, A*e., HOTSPUR. ["Hotspur has galloped »0iV tho course " a trifle in making his charge-!, as wc cannot ti id anything of tho kind mentioned in nur notes. o...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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In the Gold Country. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

In the Gold Country. (By Our Special.) To the novice thirsting for mining knowledge, the " towney " who desires a novel change or thc visitor who linds time hanging heavily on his hands in Palmerston (supposing, of course, that he has not already been there), I eau safely recommend a visit to the Union district as an excellent means of putting in any spare days that a person may feel inclined to devote to gaining an insight into the gold-mining resources of the Northern Territory. From tho very start of settlement here the Union hus commanded the attention of gold miners, but I doubt if the district ever before attracted as much consideration as the public is at present tendering to it. To come to the point, it is the popular belief that with the Union rests the salvation of the country. One time, I remember well, we found much comfort in the assurance that tho Pino Creek railway would lift us up to a pinnacle of sublime prosperity and make us a mark of admiration for ever and a day...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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English & Foreign. London, September 5. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

English & Foreign. London, September 5. Tho strike o£ thc London dock employees aud ethers. coutumes. Tho struggle is exciting intense interest, not only in tho United Kingdom, but throughout tho conti- nent, the United States, and the leading centres in Australia. There is au almost unanimous feeling of sympathy for tho men, which is takiug practical shape in the form of much needed mouetary assistance. The shipping trade in Loudon is for the time being completely para- lysed. Tho movement has now ex- tended to Liverpool. Tho Austra- lian trade, iu consequence, has been diverted to Glasgow, but it is daily expected that tho dock labourers at that port, as well as at Southampton and other leading shipping places, will joiu the strike. The Liverpool men make a demand similar to those of London-an extra one shilling a day wages and the abolition of the sweatiug system. Large sums of mouey are beiug daiiy cabled to Loudon, from the laboui organiza- tions iu America, for the ass...

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My-country Intelligence. (From our Correspondents). HOWLEY. September 2. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

îlp-çoiuilrn ^iilclligcncc. (From our Correspondents). HOWLEY. September i?. The proprietors of the Dougla s claims (Messrs. Knott, Burdett, a.id Richards) are getting ready for their second crushing. Lately they have been I following a leader of very promising ' appearance, from which a few tons JM-«* I already taken. This is expected to g-> I very well when treated by the buttery. At Dutton's Excelsior claim another j good looking patch was struck a f<:.v j days ago, the stone showing gold very : freely. Water was struck at the same I time, and in quantity just enough to le Î useful without beiug troublesome. Bischoffand party have got thirty toi:s stone raised on their claim, but intend getting up 100 tons before troubling the battery. The appearance of tho stone indicates a very good return of gold. Dan O'Neill has just como across a surprisingly rich leader, the stone from which is variously estimated at from 25 ounces to 50ozs. quality. O'Neill reckons on it goin...

Publication Title: North Australian And Northern Territory Government Gazette, The
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Cooking Recipes. CRAKER PIE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

fookins Sîcci|îcs. Sx cracker?, piece of buttc-r siza cf an egg, one cup su.-rar. one cop of boiling water, ono 1« a?puon lemon tiavorin;*. Two cups cf sour cream, ono teaspoonful cf eoJa disolved in hot water, -J I cups sur ur, ! nvo t il mr to make a stell ibugh ; fry in j Lot lard. ; r.v:.r.;. AITI.::-. j I\r.' and cor- and C.! che apples with ! sugar, butter and CST;-! ie-i lemon neel. Brush j ail over with sweeter ed water, and sprinkle ! -.\iiii breadciumba browned in hot butter. I Bake. j i-oe---iiNff-. I On: ii"itt cf dmr, one-hilt flip of milk, j one-hslf cup ot built r, two teaspoons of bak I irg powdir, milk enough to make a etilT dough ; rell out, cut in any f-hapc deeired, and fry ii hot hud. M.:ii ' i;...,>!::..rn:-*. One pr lind ; Í mitt.' d raw fce*f. ono en,', one e .' -'i, ch--; : td ti :<?, ot.c bunch i.f ch; pp'-i y.-.r<;\< y, j . ppi r mid nail to taste; mix all t'-e'-ih; f:- ¡a io'o ?smtll cale.;, j -.Trdjed *i:h t! nr. a A f...

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FUNNIOSITIES. The Conscientious WaterColorist. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

FU NN IO S IT! EU. Thc Conscientious Water- colorist. Aa comicier.tioua R3 a saint, IIVù use the ocean green Whenever he essayed to paint A masterpiece' marine. When lovely Como waa bia theme, Beneath the moon at rn-t, Ile u.-ed the siknt tncaiow atream To paint itJ silver breast. Whrn he portrayed the summer aky That peaceful turquoise plain Ile made all rivals pine and nigh ; He mix-d bia paints with rain. Whene'er he did the wild cascade, Ile never held aloof From catching water aa it played H-jreneiy off thc roof. Once 'm a mountain top he got An order preat ; and he Set bravely out upon the spot To paint an op' n aea. Wo raging sea had he on hand, Which caused him net to bait ; Ile rnr.de tho pisturo more than grand With Smith iv Smith'a Sea S.ilt. Tho One Thins Needful.-Mr. C. De Hurst : .. Aw, wa-.uw, what did the ccok ure m out'ing these mutton chops .'" Arittde : '? A cleaver, air, of course !" Mr. C. de Hurst: "Aw,good' Bring mc one !''

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Macarthur River Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Macarthur River Notes. --o The follovriug items of information have been taken from reports to hand by the mail from Borroloola ! per s.s. Adelaide : Stock on tba Valley of Springs and Banhqnia Downs stations aro all looking very well considering tho extremely dry season they have liad to contend with. On tho McArthur ¡ Station they are also looking well, I and. immediately after the first show ' ors a- draft of 4000 head will leave this run for the New South Wales markets. It was intcuded to start them in August, but tho drovers considered thc road too dry to i travel them successfully. Depredations by blacks are rather common occurrences. Mr. Lynott complains of the way that cattle are being killed on his station by the natives, and similar complaints have been received from Mr. Gorman, of Calvert Downs Station. The Chinese gardens at Borroloola are looking well, and the supply of   fruit and vegetables is more than   equal to the demand. Amongst other th...

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How a Hedgehog Kills a Serpent. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Slow a Hedgehog ïiiîls a HeryciH. Tao hedgehog cautiously approached the skiping riptüc, and rciz-d the end of his t iil betftcct! hia teeth. Then he rolled him- self up into a e-inru8ci ball atrt awaited de V(ilop.nciit.J. The sna'se, awakened by ihe pain, turned upen his enemy and fought with h¡3 fan;,". Tris he igeliog. retaining hia hold, allowed hirnad* tc be dragged back and forth dnr::»j: the ttrugKle, "ind, mean- while, the n j p -nt'd ju-vn har! ht come lacer- ated and uael'ist frj.Ti cJi¡.-r..»:ií assaults upon the spines of his enemy. lu a few minutes tho serpent, had become cr.bsnsted with ita i ffurta, and the hedgehog, unrolling himself, disc" howdied tho serpent nnd ate ! hia meal. In thia ca-c the hedgehog dce3 I not fe ill theterpent .Un-eily, but obligea him to ki'tl himself hy dashing upon the sharp spike?. The aiuouat of Sunday _ labor in Ger- many turr:j eui. to bc Ptupricingly groat. In many ff the fuctortta uoik ¡3 going on half the day. and thc machinery ia m...

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Sayings of Little Folks. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

8;sjii¡«s ol Lillie Folks. Alvard, nj-ed four yearn, hart bi en told if I fie was a good boy Santa Claus w mid faring him pretty things ; but if he waa had lie | Would brins switchf-p. lu the morning he ¡ 3tood in opencd-t-yed wonder over his full j 3toclcinps and many gifts, and waa heard to j remark, an he ctaminpd naen : '? (ion jne-s I | but I didn't know I'd b-'en .such a ¡,'OOÍI boy.'' Lloyd, fised three, is ju=t l;i'¡;!nnini» to pus on and hutton up his fiuirn. ll mn;; dis- covered tlif.t tho buttons vi-ie ali on tho in- side of ilia feet, hi; looked íír-t atoL-p, then ai thc other, au! told his mamma his " feet were crocked." Nina, aged two and a half, remarked, *' the weather waa propitious,' and asked leave for a walk. "Yes, hoyt1," asid old Bellows, proudly j beating his broa-t, " I've be>-n aarlditr in my tinif, and, if I do r-ny it mypc-lf, hi.'! the ,.v;>.r horae of .Scripture, I could ever accra thc battle irotu ofar." "1 H'[IOO<?.'' ventured yitir.j;...

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Donald's Dog. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Donald s lîog. " l ive little pug puppies I" " Ou, Donald, leally li" '" Yes, mothei;" " And you are to take carecí them ? ' - " Every ono; till Mr. Hill comes bsck. Ha will bo gone a weelt." 1 hope you will ba very careful." " Ob, yes, indeed, and if I am he v.ill give mo ore !" "Don't forfct your c-puricneu with the ri-tib.U," said Mri. ííoy. "Now, moibtr, l in tte: to mich older !" " Are you mort thought! a; ? ' l> .u A-X reiii.il V* luo<va an.l l inked doub'.lwl. .' I don't i.rov/." " Wi ll, try to ht ; KOW inn t O' arA do that trrar.d I nslu V .' .Must I " (.). cour- Donchi.'' .. Ii is su lum! to h TAP my littl-j bnaulir.F." "lt om;' ?. to LJ nurdi r mit to (io what mrrtber -A ¡¿i:c:.," 6<»id Aant Js&rw. j Donald ruu'l.i a face at hin yoitch- titlet, i;ot an ugly lacs-just a funny sort ct a ¿crew of »yea iiiiil nc.-J n:i.l mouth, limn ht ra.-hed nut, und did tin errand, ordering twice ns much icc cream f jr din :cr as he had bern toll to. " W':a...

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UP A PLUM TREE. Imprisonment, Rescue and the Triumph of Love. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

UP A PLUM TREE. I imprisonment, Rescue and thc Triumph of Love. "Picase, sir," said old Zeruiah, tbe house-keeper, "there's a man np in the plum tree I" "Up in thc plumtree!" repeated Mr. Brows. " And what's Ht*"doing up io the plum tree ? It ain't the time 6' year for ripe plums." "No," eaid Zeruiah, giving the fryingpan that she was cleaning an »sra scrape with the knife, " 'taint time o' year for plums to be ripe. But it's always time o' year for young men to make fooh) bf themselves, and the third branch of that 'ar plum-tree is cn a line with the window of Arabella Arden's room." . "Eh?" said Mr. Brown, dropping his newspaper and opening bis eyes very wide. , "As true as you live; sir," eaid Zeruish. ? "Bet that was precisely what my brother 'sent her down here, for," said Mr. Brown, contracting hil bald- forehead into innnnvr fable wrinkles. :." Io keep har bat ol 'Hobart' .Wyn'ton's way l"..V " ' i;'vic >? '. -?" " Humph 1" siid Zeruiah. " The world is wide, but it ain't w...

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Bill Tr[?]r, Burglar. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Bill Tn' ». ,r, Burglar. By Luke Sharp. Sraitb, tbe porter, was at work ia the alley behind thc establishment of Hoskins, S; u and Co. He was a big, burly fellow, ..itu a bullet head set strongly on his ''houldeis. He whirled the heavy packages e * over end and flung them on che dray i- A they wore a hundred-weight.each. He' -. ¿emed just the man for the job. ' Tn the office at the back of the store sat Mr. Hoskins. His back was towards the window that looked ont on the, alley. A man was standing talking to bim, when suddenly the man seemed to notice Smith. Then unstopped talking and stared. "What's the matter?" asked Hoskins> "Who's that loading the boxes on the dray?" Hoskins wheeled round on his revolving chair and looked out. . ; ¡: " That f : Oh, that's Smith, one pf the porters. >:\v"hy ?'> ü, \ï\:'->£ï. .p--S? S^ÍJ3niitb¿;Í3 lt?~: That ;mán'á:BÚl TraVcr¿ .tbe^búrgl,^ .1 TV Impossibly or more. : Gives perfect balisiaction, I be- lieve."- ' - . -\ . . '-, ""' ? .. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

TUE 'ïïorth Australian' NEWSPAPER Is Published every SATUftOAY MORNING, at Palmerston, Northern Territory South Australia, And is Very Extensively Circulated m j Palmerston, Port Darwin Camp, Union, Pine Creek, Yam Creek, Twelve-Mile j Howley, Maude Creek, ! ind alli other populated parts of t he Northern Territory And also on the North-west Coast (W. A) and throughout Southern Colonies, TT CONTAINS S.ocal News ' Latest Telegrams Shipping Upcountry Mining And General News Exchange Clippi' gs Business Advertisements Government Gazette Advts. lc. &c. &C As well as a roURTEEN - COLVMN SUPPLEMENT, Containing a varied assortment of highly interesting reading matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Per quarter, in advance, ss.; if booked, 6s. Fer annum,' in advance, Lt ; if booked, £i 4s. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : Half inch, 3s.; one inch, S5.; births, marriages, and deaths, 5s. each. Suitable reductions made on advertisements appearing for a number of issues. Contract advertisements...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Government Gazette. GOLD MINING LEASES. Crown Lands Office, Palmerston, (Uh August, 1889. THE following list of Rents on Gold Mining Leases, which fall due at this office on 1ST OCTOBER, 1889, is pub- lished for thc information o£ those con- cerned. J. LANGDON PARSONS, Government Resident. No. of lease. 79 95 116 118 119 121 122 150 »lol 153 lol 155 206 207 208 210 211 222 223 225 226 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 210 241 242 243 244 246 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 200 261 262 263 264 265 266 Name of lessee. Ping Que ¡J. L. Noltenius W. E. Griffiths ¡J. L. Noltenius and J Johnston G. L. Barrett & others O. Jensen do A. Johns M. Kirwan and "NV. H.| Summers 51. Kirwan and others do do John Thomas T. A. Barnes& J. Thomas LT. H. Fawcett A. Baxter & A. E. Jolly do E. Elphick do Walter Griffiths do [J. Seymour, T. Barnes, and J. Thomas P. C. McDonald and A.| A. Gallagher B. Murphy C. W. Hughes A. G. D. Beresford T. Gash and others do |...

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The North Australian. and Northern Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1889. Local Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

f|ffe jjfûrth ^untmlmt. and Northern -Territory Government Gazette. SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1889. A barque named the Island city left Newcastle on the 29th August for Port Darwin. A long list of new books received at the Library is published in our adver- tising columns. Several hundred tons of copper oro from Copperfield were brought by train from Pine Creek during the wuek. By the S:S. Adelaide mail Mr. Searcy received the sum of £197 3s lOd, repre- senting Customs duties collected at the Macarthur during the last two months. A "Gazette" notice will be found on the 1st page calling for evidence iu connection with the Hospital Board's enquiry into the celebrated leprosy case. Mr. Wells, of the Survey Department, left town by the train on Tuesday to attend to thc official work in connection with the Mount Ringwood diggings. The telegraph line party is now at the Adelaide Rber working this way, and Mr. Pybus expects to have the lines all complete by the end of the month. It will be seen b...

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A Tooth Out. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

A Tooth Ont. "J'o yon want to tako gas?" askad thc dentist cf tba young lady who wanted tue tooth out. '. Oh, I don't know," ehe said, nervously. " I dread to take gas so. I read once of a lady who took gas and died in the dentist's chair." '. Iî must have been impure gas ¡inproperly given. I've given gas to a thousand people and never had any trouble." "Well, 1-I'm afraid I'll act silly. They say some people do such ridiculous things and-" " Ob, well ; you nee in't take it if you don't wans to." «. Will it hurt me, 1 wonder ?" '. 11 wilt be over in a second." " Ob, I dread it so !" " You'll hardly know when the tooth ia out.'' .. Ob, ye?, I will. I've had teeth out before and I inst scream every time." Well, well ; scream if you want to." '. I'm dreadfully afraid I'll faint." ?' No, you won's," .; 1 feel ¡ike it now. It'd horrid baring ono'« teeth cut." '. I'.etti r take gas." |: If 1 thought it would be perfectly safe I'd-" " I'll guarantee that it won't hurt you at all." .' Well,...

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Methods of Courting. How the Esquimaux and Australian Bushmen Capture Their Brides— The Asiatic Way—A Curious Custom Observed in Holland. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

Methods of Courting. Kow th a Esquimaux and AastraUaa Bushmen Capture Their Brides The Asiatic Way-A Curious Custom Observed in Holland. I --. Among the ancient; Assyrians all mar- riageable yoong girlsi were assembled at one place, and the public crier put them np for sale one after the other, cays a writer in the Epoch. - The money whian was received for these who were handsome, and consequently eold well, was bestowed BB a wedding por- tion on those who were plain. When the most bcantifnl bad been disposed of the more ordinary looking ones were effsred'ior a certain sam, and allotted to those willing to take them, In ancient Greeco the. laver was seldom favored with an opportunity of telling his passion to his mistress, and he used' to pub- lish it by insoribirig her same on the walis, oh the bark oí the trees in the public walkG and upon tho leaves bl books. He would deco- rate theNdoor of her house with gîïîa-:<rs and make libations of wira before it, Ki tho manner t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

THE KÄME OF M. MOS 3 «fe GO. WOLFE'S IN THE WORLD WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS is a r geat relief of Rheumatism, infinitely superior to brandy or whisky. Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Sçnapps, the purest stimulant in thc world. Wolfe's Schnapps strengthens and braces up the system as^aiust-disease. Be sure you obtain "Wolfe's. ' ' . Wolfe's Schnapps is a noble exception to the spirits of'tue day. Always ask for j Wolfe's. J. ? ? ' . Wolfe's Schnapps is the most celebrated tonic and stimulant of this or any age. / Be certain that you obtain Wolfe's. There is nothing known better, calculated to invigorate the constitution than Wolfe's Schnapps, , Wolfe's Schnapps is thc purest.and best stimulant; tonic, diuretic at present before the world. ? Invigorate the system with Wolfe's Schnapps if you would: avoid bilious attacks. Thc most suitable invigorant, stimulant, and protective is Wolfe's Schnapps. Obtain the genuine Wolfe's. . - . Wolfe's Schnapps is, the greatest stimu- lant and tonic in th...

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Poetry. "There's Many a Slip." [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

:' "Tftere's Many a Slip." . . ^-Sweet,"' bine-eyed Chloris, ever charming -.. ' maid, - = ' Stood in the garden, looking at the sky, . ' While I, by chance, in that direction . strayed, - Quite unobserved until I stood close by. - She turned and smiled that most bewitching - smile She knows so well will melt tho.heart of ? ? man, M Her face spoke mucb, her tongue was still -thc while, t The melting- process in my heart be- gan. - - I gently took bei baud, and then 1 found - -A : chance to demonstrate - a pleasant fact, - The measurement her slender waist aroend . Was equal to my right aria's length, j exact. . " - Í> ? - ^;^8hp¡ locked at me with somewhat of .sur 3¿k^'- uprise, *~ " - ' * >, j* - r S^fArid that ! was » bcd,''and btu'3 me *.., "-^cèasc.^ ' <.J y " - f s- A 7 v- *Bat -tnere'was nr. ugh V of ; anger > in - her eyes, . , The look, forsooth, was oce vf. perfsct > peace. v-i Sho stood in silence for a litth wb»lî, . , A And then herejes met miro, w...

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Novelist. The Rival Claimants. CHAPTER I. THE LADY NORA KILDARE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Australian and Northern Territory Government Gazette — 7 September 1889

. novelist. The Riyal Claimants. s-*-~ ^_ TBJ MRS. II.1REÏET. LEWIS. ^ l&vAtdki&cfi-- ». .The .. Stmfered -J/èarfs:': " The ' i. - ßalifs Schema." " The Double Life," -, * :-> - Etc., Etc. . ' CHAPTER I. -.XHB?EA1>Y KORA-HILDA Kn. . . ^ Point KiWáie, on ,tho c'iast'of county .¿¿AritrimV,; in i tho north 'of .Ireland," had Cäbeenf for .many generations the home" of IggthoEarli^ ; ; As i ts -hain o ÍUJ¿ ^ä'pIies/7it'":TFäs:;a--point' of land juttingout .'.f into the North Cinnricl," but it was also : pv: nnilBliindj being divided from thc main ':* land by à deep' arid narrow stream with fi liigh and rocky .banks.. This- stream, / known as 'the7.'Kildare \; Cut-off, wa» /spanned by. a massive, draw-bridge, which was tended by. an old retainer, whoso picturesque lodge netted amid a forest ¿of grceritry.ón the Kildare ahoro. ' i,'--" -; :îâ four ui^^li^^ykmîé^p--h^atà^. .iuris ar " princely estate' of over two j .-thousand, aeroa, ctímprWi g f farms,* " hills, glens...

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