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Parkes-Narromine Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

Baihray. Tho fubjnineii^-lrtter c!«inied fti tcntimi nt the inretinjj -of the Muniei cipalCooneildii Mumiay evciiiiig, a;:d, ?wn are pleased to pay, evoked -^o'rnc iuteivst.-BTid'-tidniR pc.icliral steps may b-1 in!;en to n.esist.'lVak Hiil aud ilie olliL-i' iowns jvlin (l.-siro the constroc ti'iu «'i (?!-; s.tn.i-* -iric.it ioi-.(''d ina : P.ak JIill Jiailn-ay L-Sinr, ..-. J.-.nnVrv 23, 3899.: Tntbnjrnyor& Al-iornienof Xiiriomi:ic IK nr .:?ii s,— A». a liiulini; of tiif iiliov-! L.fiii'.ii.', Ii.-Iij oil tin' 2i.sr. inst.. it. win* nunnimoi'.cly trsoivi'ii that u Ifltir !h- ---wiitti-ii -.to t'lrt Karroaiiiie Cuunt'l, invitit'sj (!r:ir co-Ojieiatiiiii b.i -n-lvtu:atiii|; fur tii« cnnstrwciionof iiio r'-ilwHV lii.i!— Tarki ,s 'oXarrornitie vin P'-.ik Hill, Shis I.vrtin.-li t., form piirmf th ? prcpiisi (i Yoiiny to. W»* iris Civi-'k. 't-r F'.'d- ial iiiic; hI.ko to lic'conni'cted wilii tht? N.iiroiiiiJKi-Gooiiaiiibie route. I hnyc! niuch: pleiifiuro in subruiitin^ thii'abovo...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A Test Case. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

A Tc«l Case. It wasn't hue when the Pitcher-street niiin ciiim; home, and notwithstanding iie walked in with a smile iiud sat ilown on tuo other side of (lie liunp-stanil from his wife, mill picked tip n newspaper ;is won do when Iln-.v conic home, she, for Home nniiccount.'iiilc reason, suspected him. She. loukcri up over her work nt him two or three limes and finally spoko : ' U.v (he. way, .Tohu,' she. s.'iid, 'will yon do me a favour '/' ' Certainly, uiy -le«r ; what is if V' Silill .lollU. ' 1 want you to s,iy this for me : ' (Jiizc ou the jiiiy ;rray hriisiilo.' ' ' -ii'ii7.e mi tin- fjiny jjay bigrade,' ' replied John triumphantly. ' Lovely,' kIic exrlainiiMl. ' Xow fry this one: ' (Jive -5riines .liin'H s?ill jiijj whip.' ' 'iJrlvt' .limes fj fin's «itf Jilt whip,' responded John ;\n glibly as you ple.'iRe. ' Kxcellent, excellent,' k)ic cried. ' Now this one : * Sarah Iu a shawl shovelled soft snow softly.' ' lie. shivered. :? llltle but never lei on. ' Khnrah in a ssiwl gov...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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GREAT MEN'S LAST WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

GREAT MEN'S LAST WORDS. However physiologists may question the importance of the' feeble utterances of the dying, it is certain that mankind in general finds a deep significance in the last words of those who are vanishing into the unknown life. ' He raves!' said the physician, when Dr. Adams, Rector of the High School of Edin burgh was passing away ; but as we catch the last words of tbe raving, our eyes are dimmed. ' It grows dark, boys,' stretching forth his Uand ?, you may go.' All my pos sessions for a moment of time!' moaned Queen Elizabeth. Wesley, calmer, said, as he died, ' The best of all is, God is with us.' And deaf Beethoven, whose soul had ever been filled with harmony, exclaimed gladly at the last, ' I shall hear!' ' Is your mind at sase ?' Goldsmith was asked by his physicians. ' No it is not,' was the mournful reply, and he spoke no more. How different tbe parting words of Dr. William Hunter : '? If I had strength to hold a peu, 1 would write how easy and pleasant a...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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OPEN LETTER. TO ALDERMAN BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

:0PEN: LET^EE. : TO AliDIiiniAN 13ELU 7:1',— Tho fii-st year cf. yonr alilcnnnnic life having passed, the rnJepsiy-fra .''have'fCt thu lialj-tnafk of i ilii-ir approval on ynur ftennrdisbip by piaoticni'y Totiit'iiiug yiiu aiu I oppi«vd. 'J ht1 fact of your bi*inp.uu.. opjiojsod, crcuitabltins it. is toyoufvom n .'popui.il1 poitit;«t viiiw, prmvs one v.f two tiiiiigp, iMilur thnt it vrouhi Irnyc -bit'ii -i-cuiriijicf- dif«it,'io outer (be lihts iisniiist; ynn, or that that iim] f^elinff Flill.rsists amotigst those who «-*-re i spic'ci) to coiao Sorunv.i at Ihf ti;-st eJwt'oii. Of course, 4iir, evrrv-' -Mt:z: n i.s to a ci'i'fain esii'nt, a frw iifTent.biit snvely those wlin, likvyonr seif, r'acriiiRa tin ir own personal rase fur the jjmiH of tbeir fellow tonnmen. merit both our approval and respect. It is aiJmitteii by all that, the Council, .?is a body, i.s sinpuliirlv free from uliquisw or psr(ipn;isiii;-._ This is, to a great extent, nitribuinlile tothofair ntidi'Bia'iilyeiiMm'Ht...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Footgear. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

Footgear. It is a somewhat trite saying that Kng lishvjomen are careless In regard to their footgear— that is, In comparison with their Parisian sisters ; but it. is, happily, being more and more disproved a.s tgne goes on. and we may hope, at no distant date to be altogether undeserv ing or the stricture. In view of helping forward that much-to-ue-deslr.»d end, these few hints may be of service. Great care should be exercised in the choosing of. house shoes. Chose who have feet which Incline lo broadness should avoid glace kid— at least, for day wear— and cling to patent leather, as it keeps in shape much longer, and makes the foot look smaller. In stockings, checks or spots should be avoided, as they only become the- very slenderest ankles. They should be chosen with the embroidery, or open work, in vertical stripes. Laced lioots are generally more becoming to the foot than buttoned ones. French boots nnd shoes, cut from one piece of skin and lined with delicate hued satin, things...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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CONNECTING THE EARTH WITH THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

CONNECTING THE EARTH WITH THE MOON. Ever since my eye tirHt fell upon a star 1 have, yearned to become Astronomer ltoyal to Her Majesty. And I think now 1 have got a scheme that will benefit mankind gener ally, and could be adopted ct a comparatively small cost. Let the earth be girdled with, a cast iron chain about half a mile in thickneBB, strong enough to bear a strain of '600,000,000,000 tons. Then by means of steel scaffolding and perpendicular suspension bridges, con nect the earth with the moon by another cast-iron chain, governed by a huge steam capstan. The more difficult part of the opera tion is now tu be overcome. Bring the' eaith and the moon side by side.and fill up tbe gap with bridges, embankments, &c. Thus we would have another world in which to live. Civilisation wonld progress still more rapidly. The superfluous water on the earth could be transferred to the new world. Fresh seaside towns would spring up, railways be constructed, and cricket grounds laid o...

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An Extensive Field Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

?An Extensive Field A fi--M IHal of- .Ihrt'l?rav1-.iv:ok Tw vlnvDt C.Jiiipany's'. (Vu-llM-;.V!.fO 'M:nv,inery, ?_ v.-as -'o»iniiici',d i'y il:u firni's K-;jre-''iit«t;v.-«, M;\ Gi'oijr,; S:ni!Wii, in I-*r. O!NV-J-'s padih'cU, (lie n-c (if ?vrii-fli-'v.-as !;iini!v iriRi;ii-l !»? Mr. W. O'Nrill. '.'J'lic 11i.1l was wltm^flfd liy '(!'i» ^vf-5(!i ft. 11 nj'«i; o1' f ji ? nviB cv r jMiiliiTril 11: X;m fiiijiiiip. IV-vp-disf-K-rt-irils -;f J.i. ii-liri wi'r. ,'!ipl..y..(l ;n t!iP (jviil. Tli iii-t n':o li':i'H w;i« :) fiinr-fiuniw S1111)!)) Jiiinji Y-.i vi pc 1'li'w L'li, ti'. is jiiiitifM'.'.ur ini ri'fj^icnt. l;:iv''tr n vcrj slmrt -.'tnoiilii lv-nV.1 coii'iljiylrii i-n the coniji'ex .prii'Vip'-. Tr.'-}i]()i]£-ln;'l fnllv 8 i:iL'!ii».s r'n p niul mna., n Di-i-fcct xi'- ii h.'ii. Tie icrn'd rr.f} (ii«l wriFn four.fur riwHt ;il. iitli %',i(li a ;ui-i«]iioii fian.o m.n.li' nf ilie 'rrrj li-.Pt Fprinpf -stocl. This p'ovjijIi is iKit^d frv the (-nsy v.ny in nviiirli it is rniih'i'-llii;] hy...

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ONE WOMAN'S JEWELS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

ONE WOMAN'S JEWELS. It is said that no woman ever wore so many diamonds in Chicago SB Mrs. Celia Wallace had on recently at tbe opening of the opera season. She wears, it is Baid, when the fancy strikes her, 100,000 dollars' worth of diamonds at the breakfast table. It is her wont to shine resplendent at the first night of the opera, and at the opening of the sea son last year her gown and jewels were valued at 50,000 dollars. To meet her upon the street, M rs. Wallace, it is said, would scarcely he picked out as one who has all this wealth of jewels. She has n quiet, kindly face. Grey hair surmounts a face which is not entirely free from the wrinkles of time and care. Mrs. Wallace has a passion for diamonds, and she indulges it tu the utmost:' Report says that as she sat in her box at the opera she was literally covered with gems from the top of her head to her waist. Diamonds and opals glittered in her snowy hair; her neck lace was of large diamonds, as were her bracelets and cors...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

tl roil a ',Tii!i:n thn-jirnvincc of the-^iiitor of n ooiiiitiT ji'ipcr (0 rrilirii-c nil pi'iijia-.-ils imTing for Ou-ir oHf-rt I lie' nWhr.f.t.- -ber.i fit of ih-' !!i!:-.t:l:int!-. It is in lliis-coinicirlion, ! vr iVrir- in l.rifflv iivucb upon vMuU'Dian i WnlliVT's prsposnl ':il tlic la^rVollilcill'..rct ; mtr. t:s!., t.'ii.t i -nlic!' la .vlq-.tifruipjit HiOtilj j b-- pivi'-n 5-i all end MHn'ry -.warr.inq tlh'tn' ,' fiprifnft Uic'miy prj (;Vji of i!i'C''n Ml? to ! t!i ? nook f f stoct rioiij'.vi oK-Ut- 'l!i» lowi. Ost.T'rii.U,!v lucjf lif!ls*.iv ji^iik lnaiori'mfily J [Ii.fl-.e lo'fiwiii-rHtlio ;!.-er'.;;,- l.i»c!ily of tlir:'r I tttif.i. Ki.r-f if!i n rmfon. 1]«- r-Hs rviilcv.fj .. ; r.i:fn''r'ilu- pnrpnjr. i'S tin ir ilu'rot souisiis . five uici'ly mhii.pi! t,i tlii' ™i* nf t-lii- partifU j ly'r owi-.it. Ti:pre t? nn ii'i.r of 'miy iivifli I 1.-W' m^liilinu any lull for li-'f. selhi1 rrjiloii'T ? of t.'in.' and *nund'of --:icli _4t|1 is I'JiTi-renl. We l.am- sni 1 so inurli ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Pith and Point. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

Pitii and Point. One cap la worth 100 hoods. (Italian.) Love and musk Boon betray themselves. (?Persian.) Eacli vine needs Its stick. (Lom bard y.) People in love believe everybody else can't see. (Spanish.) A giri that spins thinks of her wedding dress, (Kusslnn.) Man is never too old to love or commit nonsense. (Finnish.) Oliver Wendell HoImh-k left an estate amounting to $72,117. People In love have bells dangling from their eyes. (Danish,) A man in love doesn't need eyeglasses, for he. Is Wind. (Turkish.) The Stale uf New York contains ,'0,000 more WdiiiL'ii than men. The -!hiim-u«'-l population of the worlij In 1VJ3 was ],500.t)Wi,«00. Taking -the world o.c-r there are lflj women lo every 100 men. Kerse- Is a corruption of Jersey, where tlie fiibiic was first tiiaile. Leather trunks were used In Rome as early as the tlin.? of Caesar. Damascus tiHve to tho world damask linen and the Damson plum. Coffee is so called from bolus first Iji-ouffl't lo ISgypt from Otil'a. The flatteni...

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WHY HE WOULDN'T PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

WHY HE WOULDN'T PAY. The following incident occurred at a rail way station' near Rochdale. A young man was standing beside some luggage, waiting for a train, when a porter came op to him and said, ' Sir, that luggage is overweight.' ' Who says it is ?' asked the man, who stammered badly. ' Well, I think it is,', answered the porter, 'but we will weigh it.' During the conversation a crowd had col lected round them, and another porter came up and asked what wab the matter. The man stammered out, ' First he says it is over weight, then he says he thinks it is over weight, and then he says he will weigh it.' The porters then took hold of the luggage, and carried it to the office and weighed it. ' It is overweight, and you have got Is. 9d. to pay,' said porter No. 1. ' Shan't pay it,' the man said. ' Well, if yon won't pay it, we shall fetch the stationinaster,' said the porter. ' Fetch who you like; Bhan't pay it,' again stammered the man. The station master was duly fetched, and, on ar...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

J---S3J' tfijSinjtTiO t!iK-n neriif the REOWKiTUp ' :^k W (Ugj't) liitl in ay; p»4w)ck ou jWallin-) 1ft? ; Muring?, ffljimtjDrtoVtr, IS&5,J6r stgistinout =''S4' Xii^puiiiifThiyd, liotniciSf sfiBu- 'rnithiiiuiR -'' ^J SJntntJiii'piu tiUie tlicniiiriift «3il to -jtiri0 i -Vrv Jftoiri^caiEOB.if : . '_? -'vf.- '.-.--'.? ?-?% -'?-*? t ' j€O3JS ByBlNsON, fiMES '? -AlU-NKQ wtnriis l» ; £ -v_5m- fiiiaiieinlfy .aswKU-d him j;i trr ; 't ??)' -r .-'*«? 8f_cuiw his just ryJ.-.a-'fiuli .'.??_ .-Ihusj? in imuhm-ity, : ' Bopjiis lioad, -.Jan: 27, 1899. ; J Sfcoek3 Station &Land : V ; Agent, ??;??;? : .---.'.._' K ABKO JUNE, .''.-?? igeiitfor Gok^bfj-fcgli, MoW& Co. J Wiiont Unyerfor Hruufou ?& Co. l- Impounded. ? f^?OM Bni!«ny 'Yards.'' 3 nl 7,1), ; «-!' ]S'99, by onhr of HJr. J. j; ; : Wbei?ler— ^ i BARK BROWN or 11 LA OK i. GKf.DlSG, rtiir, Ni(l,ile. .nm-fc.y. !i!.8 ; Ail iii-nrflii.tii.Jor, like C or GAii ? . oS fiboiviiii.!-, ««?,?-;, U| haricfs. ' If nf.t. t:-!...

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A Big Mileage. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

A Bit! Mitens**. If any one, for eliolcn an American, tiosivf-a --- Rain a 'world's record In 1be way of travel, all bo lias to do Is to glvt bis services in some useful capacity to ihe owners of an Atlantic liner. Ho« is a million and a half statute miles in twenty years for high ? Yet this Is the mileage attributed lo the White Star Company's Ccrmanlc, who, during that uvriiHl, Uns crostsed the Atlantic as many a.s A'li lime*. Llnera are funny do#s. They invnrlably ' begin life as erey lmunds, I jut as they crow older I lies' become- tnera retrievers, good to fetch :infl cany, but no soad for racing. It is not tlml their pace deteriorates, but thnt their younger rivals are more finely conceived than themselves, thankfi to constant Improvements In machinery nnd bollei-8. The Germanic, however, Is still so strong: on her }egn that it hap been decided to take her home to the yard from which she was launched— that of the famous builders, Messrs. Horiand nnd 'Wolff, of Belfast — and eq...

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Suggestions for Mending [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

Suggestions for Mending. Oue -if the must, distasteful of hniise keepiiif,' dnlies is Ihe woelily n ? iinjr. and still worse, the monthly mending— for the inch darn Ilini would have been all-suflicieiil three weeks earlier in,w that raises strung; doubts as to ulieilier Ih« ganio is woi'lli file candle, while toes and heels have come through stockings that needed ouly a few stitches when tirsi noticed. The woman who lii'sitates about niviiiiinj; nt tlie outset. nijiliiiiK decay In the bud, a.s it were, is assuredly lost so far as any further satisfaction in Uie liej.'lecicd jnir:iiejit is eom-eriied. aud every time tliey are washed fresh jr.-ipM arc sure to appear. Piirnin^ thin places rather than meiid iii},' ludew is true ecinirtiny, both --f time and uiaterinl ; ami whether thick or thin cotton or woollen, a small loop of the thread should always be left at each end. .Many workers treat only woollen material in fhis way, to allow for Hie Khrinkiug of the new thread ; hut all new ...

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Reading for an Income. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

Reading for an Income. A pleasnnt voice ami rt quick apprecia tion of new* are tlie ijiiillificat lolls of a young woman of New York city who in making Uk-sc liirts bring her Iu a must respectable in- ? c. Sh» is employed t,, ri-ad for an hour a uu.v u- suiiie -» u»- liisinonaiue women of the town. This ;.lan of livelihood began in the servio- --f ;i friend who had money and literary l;iste. bur in dtOV'i'etit. eycsljrlit. Ue;i,liiiK even the nott-spapei's tired lier. So she called her cultivated .voihik friend, who sorely needed pnrlcel -money, into requisition. The reader went Iu her every luuiniiiR after sliiiiimiiiK over the newspapers ami magazines, showing an unusual Se!',f.-? «if selceiiiiii in vlmosin;; tuples and articles for discussion. The books .if the hour wen1 also masicivd ; in fact all the desultory reading a brijjlit woman accomplishes through each twentjfmi! hours. The woman who had money did not let her new-found luxury remain a Secret. She extolled ils indolent p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

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THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. (COPYRIGHT.) CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. (OOPYBIGHT.) BY BOMA WHITE. CHAPTEK XIII. iitzttoy gave Humphrey an account of his adventures the following morning, care fully suppressing the fact that lie had been within the Church when he JmrJ first seen Jonathan, and staling onl.v that he had fol lowed him in by the small north-east door. nunipnreyasneuaa anticipated, listened in : dismayed astonishment, by no means sym pathetic with his cousin's unconcealed diver sion. ' I thought those vaults were fastened up, 'he said, ' and 1 did not know that there was a key to that little noith-east door, at all. Mr. BradBhaw never used it — there is knottier enhance to the chuncel. I will SDeak to the Rector after service. Michael must be warned, and told to keep the keys from his brother. ' He's certainly verr road,' FitzRoy said carelessly, as he moved away. FitzRoy was Dot pleased with the turn that events took that day. He wanted to finish his interrupted interview with Saranua. 'He was keen in his pu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

'TJj GRIFFITHS BROTHERS ^ ?jl jj — ? * * LIMITED. B& I Bjr 8peial Appoiatmmt to &]£$& Hli BxceUtncy the Governor. | ? ^kL jl ife^Wr i ^11 II TTETAO _ — / ' ~'*» *»»f qwrtitoa obtainable, only pore «nJ wholesome Teu 14^ * 11 1 Cfiq ~ ? ?-'? *V ?tookei, and wwy Iwi gaarantMJl for QuiHj, Parity and ¥alu« . i - E II _ '-' ' ' *''** f OBrlmportrtloM of OrfH mantlM lfc« Hum* Btuu the VnUwmitne. V« 1 EF I affc ^% aff E?Iff C C* i .'???* *?'- ™PPI7 » ?«sh ?'» ??matt dully. With ths »ld of «pm-* aUtl aod cue in ) P Jk j| ^ax ^at ^k. ^^ _» ^^ f Th»™ ar» many different hinds of Cocoa. We mcriufactur* and ! -» II nnnilAQ« JaupalvtlMinall. Th« PURE EXTRACT, the MOMCOMTNIC COCOA, KOLA I -JL k WUUUAO* t ««£««.« O^COM^aad CHOCOl-TE. W. «.., a* «.*p.r^ | SIGNAL I VimkgBffiZ 534 GEORGE ST., e^T^«^ SYDNEY. We have to advise our customers in this district that Mr. B&U is not now in oar employ. On representative, Mr. A- T Litter, is, however, in the district and -will hav...

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A Sweetheart's Ruse. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 10 February 1899

A Sivceilicarl's Kuse. ' I haven't seen you with Alice lately,' remarked the girl whose ruses nialvhcil her cheeks. 'Is it that your st rcet gowns do not harmonise, or ca,u it lie :i matter of temper V' 'You have not seen us together. ii-u- ?will you,' iirmly replied the gill with the velvet sleeves ; ' it is not a malli-r of gowns, but i-f principle. Alice is a tat— a mean, spiteful, malicious cat.'' ' Humph '. Her 1'ur seems to be in very good condition, judging 'from what 1 saw.' ? 'Don't tell me what you saw unless you met her iu a high wind wit hunt a veil trying to be a'-;ibs.m girl. You didn't V Well, llicti. just listen while 1 tell yon what she did.' ' Dear me. I hope it is something very bad,'' fluttered the girl whose io.sc.-s matched her cheeks. ' I haven't been very well of lute :md the doctor says my system needs toning up.' ' It is. l'ou know that Jack Isiftcr sweet has jilted .lulia V 1 never could understand what lie saw in her anyhow myself ; but he kept her from p...

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