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BYWONG [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904

BYWONG (From Our Oorrespondent) MINJo.--Matters in this branch of our in dustry are somewhat bright, and two of the claims are now at work. Mr. Shephard is mining and treating some very good atone, the yield of which is a little better than 11 ounos to the ton. The reef from which the stone is being taken is about two feet wide. Some very rich specimen stone was obtained from this reef last week, the ap pearance of which reminds one of Bywong in its best days. Mr, Shephard, who is an energetic prospector, deserves all the good fortune he is meeting with. It is a pity there are not a few more prospectors like he and Mr. Se) mour on this field. The latter party is at present on good stone. Keir Bros.' claim is still prospecting well, and another crushing is being raised from their reef. Mr. Wakefield, from Dairy Creek, has taken up the claim known here as the "Robins, Cartwright Claim," and intends taking out a crushing from the big reef on this property. This claim in former days gav...

Publication Title: Age, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Queanbeyan Age WITH WHICH ARE INCORPORATED Queanbeyan Times, Bungendore Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1904. Encouraging Immigration. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904

WITH. WIO? A Inn moorORLTED Queanbeyan Times, Bangendbre. Mirror Captain's Flat Miner. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1904. Encouraging Immigration. IN his brilliant work on EhglishCivilisatioo, Buck:le remarks' that the greatest blessings which the British Parliament has ever con ferred on the people have come in- the form of 'repealing laws already passed.. The abolition of excessive protection and the legislative interference with the rights of worship constitut but t'o instances of what might be multiplied almoest indefinitely. The immigra~ton question offers to the Fed eral Parliament just such an opportunity as was presented to the successive reformers of English politics. Obviously the means by which immigrants may be brought in is by removing the means which have already been used for keeping them out. Mr. Deakin a week or two ago spoke with manifest envy of the success which had attended the enter. prise of Canada in spending. £100,000 per annum-on endeavouring to attract settlers. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904

CRICKET. England v. Australia, 4th TEST MATCH. PICK THE RESULT AND WIN THE WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS £560. Fifty Pounds Sterling willbe prementd to the person who corrooectly e?et. mates the result of the 4th Tent Match between England and Australia, to commence in Sydney on or about 26th February, 1004. Should more than one persocn give the result, the amount will be proportlonately divide anmont them 8hould no competitor be ex?otly correct, the amount will be given to the pereon who states the result most closely, tut In the event ofa tie, the prize will be divided equally. The following is an example for Competitore: 'I srlict $?h do?traliae Team to sil th Fourlt Test Aratck by ........... ie...siagsl.......g ...... wickets, ... ......... st... JouHN JoNes, 114 ATary Street, James, N.S. I." Competitors must out out the label headed " CAUTIrro To Tir PeUBLC," which is on the yellow wrapper of each bottle of Wolrs's Scuewrs, and write their selectiou on the back of it. It any other partof t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904

FUR NITUIIRE Our BIG CATALOGUE illustrates over C 1000 pieces of UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE P and is the RECOGNISED. . , FURNITURE CATALOGUE of the States. ASK TO SEE IT Your local Storekeeper will not only show it you and take your order, BUT ° WHEN ETTER YOU oD NEXT INTRODUCTION VISIT to us which will enable you to make a selection from our SYDNEY I magnificent stock of . . HE WILL MODERN & ARTISTIC FURNITURE OUVE W. W. GAMPBELL a Co., LTD. A WHOLESALE FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, 249 Clarence Street, Sydney. WE HAVE JUST OPENED, All sizes in RICK, DRY a& W??AGGON TA RPI 14 x 16 18 x 20 S16, xI 20 x24 20 x 26. Or HAND A QUANTITY OF Chaff I GinBags. U•L & SOES· qGvernment Advertisements EARLY CLOSING ACTS. Department of Labour and Industry, 48 Young-Street, Sydney, 16th February, 1904. THE attention of shopkeepers is directed to a Proclamation constituting the area within a radius of two (2) miles from Bungendore Post Office a Country Shopping D strict for the purposes of...

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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904

Loonox, Thursday.-Renter's Tokio ourre spondent states that a Japanese torpedo fio tilla made an attack on Port Arthur on the 14th inst., and one of the Russian ships was damag' d. Two Japanesetorpedo boats, co-operating with others atPort Arthur at daybreak on the 14th instant, remained to attack a Rus sian warship. .Their fate is unknown. A Chinese junk has arrivcd at Che.foo, with 86 Japanese, wounded at Port Arthur on the 14th. Other junks have recovered an additional number of injured. Viceroy Alexeieff has issued proclamations to Russian soldiers and sailors in which he admits that the foe is strong, and appeals to all to heroically defend the Fatherland. .. Advioes from Tokio state that eight Irans ports, with troops and many cargoes of stores have gone to the west coast of Korea while patrols of cavalry have already been landed at Wiju. The Japanese expect that a sufficient gar rison will be left to protect Port Arthur, and that the Russians will concentrate their main force...

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BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904

BUNGEINDORE HALE-HOLtDAY " OVEMENT.-Some months ago meetings were held and resolutions car ried to the effect that every Wednesday afternoon should be a half-holiday. A de finite reply was received by Mr. Millard last week from the Department informing him that the Early-closing Act would come in force from the let March. Our member was in Bungendore for a few hours on the 13th, and went as far as Hoskingtown. He returned to Sydney same night. During his stay Mr. O'Sullivan was interviewed by a number of persons. The local flour mill is undergoing repairs and being converted into a roller mill. When restarted it should prove a great boon to the farmers, as for years past the wheat has been• sent either to the roller mills at Goul burn or Queanbeyan. The Lake George Hotel, kept for a num- ber of years by Mr. John McAlister, has changed hands, and is now carried on by his son, Mr. John O. McAlister. AT the Homebush stock sales on account of J. J. Kelly, Bungendoire, 12 ewes realised 1...

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The Annual Races. FIRST DAY. PRESIDENT — Jas. Cunningham Esq.; Vice Presidents — Messrs. Hungerford and O'Hanlon ; Judge— W. E. Rutledge, Esq.; Starter—Mr. E. C. Hincksman ; Handicappers—Messrs. J. H. Hincksman, E. G. Atkinson, and E. C. Hincksman ; Clerk of the Course — Mr. M. Quigley ; Treasurer—Mr. F. Dunlop ; Stewards—Messrs. E. G. Atkinson, R. Hayes, F. Dunlop ; and C. U. O'Hanlon ; Committee—Messrs Wm. Pike, F. A. Cumpbell, E. C. Capbell, J. Byrne, M. Byrne, R. J. Anderson, A. W. Moriarty, W. S. Hill, A. C McPherson, J. T. Collett, E. G. Crace, J. Russell, A. Stewart, J. J. Gay, E. E. Hudson, G. Hoolahan, and Dr. Blackall ; Secretary—J. H. Hincksman. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904

The Annual Races. FIRST DAY. caI ha Parsi?-tn- Jas. Cunningham Esq.; Vice ho President- - Messrs. Hunger ford and Bt O'Hanlon ; Jndge-V. E. Rutledge, Fsq.; th Starter-Mr. E. C. lHinckeman ; Handi- ni sappers-Messrs. J. Ii. Hincksman, E. G. ca Atkinson, and E. C. flincksman ; Clerk B' of the Course-Mr. M. Quigley ; Troasur- In ar-Mr. F. l)unlop ; Stewards--Meesrs. E. G. Atkinson, R. H1ayes, F. Dunlop ; and C. U. O'ilanlol ; Committee-Messrs Wm. Pike, F. A. Campbell, E. C. Camp. - bell, J. .yrne, If. Byrne, R. J. Anderson, A. W. W. Moriarty, W. S. Hill, A. O Mc Pherson, J. T. Colletr, E. G. Crace, J. Russell, A. Stewart, J. J. Gay, E E. Hud son, G. Hoolahan, and Dr. Bh.ckall; Seo- dl zetary-J. H. Hincksman. THrAnnual Rane Meeting of the Qneanbeyan w club was commenced on Friday last under 8 favourable weather conditions. The atten- tl dance, all things considered, was fair for the p firstday, visitors from various parts of the r, district providing a fair quota of the at- al tendance....

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Cooma Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904

Cooma Races. Tna CGooma Racing Club's annual races were run off last Wednesday and Thursday. There was a very good attendance, while the good finishes reflected credit on Mr. :James Price, the handicapper. Results :-Flying Handicap, 7f.-Huretta, 7ste71b, 1; Gipsy Girl, ICst, 2; Bernie, 8st 51lb, 8. Two year-old Stakes, 5f.-Go Soon, 8st 51b, 1 ; Woodnote, 8st 21b, 2; Kingoraft, 8st 21b, 3. Oooma Town Plate of 40 sov., 1m If. HuretRose, 9st 81b, 1 ; Bernie, 8st 81b, 2; Elmo, 8st 71b, 3. Welter Handicap, 1.-. Rosemary, 9st 101b, 1 ; Glenore, 9et 101b, 2; Twilight, et 51b, 8. Final Handicap. Gipsy Girl, 9tl 121b, 1 ; Wiseacre, 8st 21b, 2 ; Huret Rose, 98e 71b, 8.

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The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER IX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904

The Storyteller. finee Cou e oil the yurleO side. CHAPTER IX.--OONTENUD. The girl went down-stairs with tear dimmed eyes, and in the hall, bustling about as usual, and peering into dark corners to look for possible signs of neglect of the broom, she met Lucetto. There was consid. erable coldness in the young girl's greeting. She had not forgotten the mysterious incident of the parcel, and Ella's letter had not in creased her feeling of affection towards the interloper. 'I have been wanting to see you,' was Lucette's eager greeting-' wanting so much .I am in a state of joy-such joy I Figurez vous, my dear I have at last de money to pay all my loatle debts. I-I have sold my jew. elry-everything-and I got de money last night for dem. Now you know why I was so angry wid Sir Hubert when he opened my parcel. He would not have liked to know what I have had to do. Now I shall go spend somo to-day in your town.' 'You won't be able to spend much in Hoo,' said Bab, rather coolly. .' However, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 23 February 1904

A. W. Monuary.] [E. G. ATLmsor. A. W. Moriarty & Co. Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, --AND - General Commission Agents, FONARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. M ARKErT ALES WEEKLY at Land Yards. AT BUNGENDORE .MONTHLY-. Early entries invited. Furniture Sales asi arranged. Advances made on Stock Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Trucking Fat Stock and consigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION .A3LGENT, Moncaro-Street, Queambeyan. SAles conducted in any part of the Distriot. P/OMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. Wo3DOER, Monaro. street, Queanbeyan. W CORRESPONDENCz INVITED R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL MASON?, Next Uungerford's Hotel, .MON4ABO.STREET. Estimates given for MARBLE, GRANITE PREESTONE MONUMENTS, KERBIN GS, an, IRON Y'&ILING8. __ ___ "-- td IWork Renovated. uesoriptions . Nelty On ArJ, Wonl GUAxRATRTD. "r Don't forget the New Address, near the Bridge. Anthony Hordern's Famous Low Prices ARE BEST FOR YOU. ...

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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904

Epitome of News. ANOTHER ca? pl reported ri his ? ? I of five. r" en at fifty s go ? a ? e gremier pro mised an' etial eputation that he would lay before the Cabinet a request for religious instruction in the public schools. Mr. Fosbery was last night the recipient of presentations from the police force, on the occasio. pf.. 4i~,x tiring .?q1,n the offioe of Inspecior-General. _Thr 1,_ lnd eharnnion three year-old, OGladsomne, which yestorday ran ith r the Dunedin Cup, is to be nominated in the A.J. 1,,,' Me1b mbrne divorce case in which Ciud Grobsvelro was t liJb1k ne, ended in Soonmin "oted- .ýfaL lh$ jpet oer bing c :'.iký.atlf a ofý a k;pe4 l gl novel reque?app ~ .t t ttorrcy Cenera- including the ri 'ti ?Ot Wdioien tatir on juries and to practice as l:arriatts qq" omns pp ý1,pr pý.aspn who was ohrgedl V eu ingfldn igi lflitb { dds tolj ýifJcey, angaý?b..foe Ctar ,?h?sreen fined '1a. De. febti8at4all4hhiqaJiatihr C3 r,' and a parish dog. L:. L and-o?saers inAe dQndat.?i? s dis t...

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CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28. Church of England— [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904

COBCT H EE SER I J 3 SunAY, FEBuUABY 28. Church of England Q.ueanbeyan-11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. W. M. WHITEr, Minister. Canberra-1l a.m. Uriarra-3 30 p.m. REV. P. G. SMITH, M.A. Roman Catholic Quaanbeyan-Mass 8.30, and 11 a.m. devo tions 7.30 p.m. REV. R. COLLENDER, Priest Presbyterian Qaeanbeyan-Fellowship Association, 10 a.m. 11 a.m. Canberra-3 p.m. Gundar.o-7.30 p.m. Week night Services. Tuesday-Douse of ir. Win. McIntoshi Majura, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday-Lanyon, 7.30 p.m. .REV. W. M. SMIThi, B.A., Minister.in-Oharge. Methodist Queanbeyan-11 a.m. ard 7.30 p~m. Mr. J. Gale. Wattle Park-11 a.m. Mr. S. Southwell (Woodburn). 7 p.m. Mr. Samuel Southwoll. Woodield-3 p.m. Mr. E. Brown. Revy. W. STEWART, Minister.

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Methodist Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904

Methodist ConferenceI gnt'ad'r;iid -confetenea ! bft~te Methodist OChroi of iAustralia in N.S.W; began at the Centenrjr $Hall on.Tuesi8y.?. In the course of his address the retiring president, Rev. Rainsford ]avin; said if ariliament was, as it was'said to be, the index to the character of the people, then we were not a religious community. Speaking of the union of the Methodist and Presbyterian Chqrches, he said the recommendation of the joint commit tee would be in favour of organic union. Methodism in N S.W. had a bright future. Labstlyear .the'membership had increased by. 2000. Rev. W Halse Rogers ~as elected president for the year, and Rev. J G. Morris Taylor, of Ryde, was elected secretary. Following -is the draft of stations for the Goulburn: district :-Goulburn Goldsmith Street, Joseph Woodhouse; Gon?lbnrn GgIl, Joseph Woodhouse, chaplain : ,ag? dSt. Richard EF'ast; ,Orookwell, Joe. Walker; Yase, Alfred S. J. Harding; (unuing, Fredk Dixon;- Queanbeyan, Williram Stewart ; You...

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LAND DISTRICT OF QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904

LAND DISTRICOT OF QUEANBEYAN. Inquiries by direction of the Minister for Lands as to whether part of Bungendore tem. porary Common (about 150a p of Majura, a of Murray) would be cancelled and re-notified as a Travelling Stock and Camping Reserve ; also as to whether there is any necessity for re taining reserve No. 38,317, p of Ourrandooley, and ao of Murray, for commonage purposes, Land District of Queanheyan. Annual Leases for Consideration. 0. M. O. Massey, 1500a, 15008, 195a. Edward Blinkaell, O40a. The following applications previously set down for hearing have been withdrawn : Application for appraisement of Capital value. W. F. Rutledge, (one block), and F. A. Powell (three blocks).

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The State Premiership [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904

'!nhe StlnttePreythc ship ....... ' cu'riddkrnmtidi~ iegardin th drprbl early resignation by "",iy,, Jpp See of his position as hehd bf .the ,Gov ernmeht' *ire" given publicity on Wednesday. 'Tli y.wpre, of course, due' o th, fofd tha Sir Jq!'n isat present, in ill-bealth,and lif ot tn, ,ta~e a. trip to New Zeat[and'in''ean r b ot renewed strength.: We hay o thet'ai? rity of Mr. B. 7Z Wise, who, it is gatheied willlbe atin'g Premnier diiring. hieisj chief' 'bhce; 6r stating that there is no: fora? i6i'oiWhatever for the rumors. There ' as rieason,, 'he said, to imagine that Sir J n v.6Ud .not i;ooni be reooabed to health, a d,itw?aoofiL dently expected,that, heo,wou rot urn from his New Zealand visit prepa ed taelad the Government'witli all hi~ old ig dri ,It. wasr in:any case altbgetherd toof premature for this question to beraise. it would be quite tihif6?fdt* aythCng of he kind tobe -dconsiderd& when the Pre?ia-rpe ýhacl. So was asate' Sir John had ot th inutntion of givi...

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Bungendore Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904

B?ngendore Land Board. A tEEhno of the Bungendore Land Board for the Land District of Queaulbeyan, will be held in the Court House at Bungendore on the 25th February at 10 o'clock, when the following cases will be considered : Conditional Loease for Confirmation E. W. Kershaw, 110a c 1 Inquiries with a vi3w to issue of Certificate. h. A. J. Murphy, 55a 2r 10p h s Michael Nash. 199a h sa Henry M. Murphy, 177k a h e W. Winter, 206Aa h s - John Chinnery, jnr., 207la hk Inquiry Sea 1 sub-seo 6, as to fulfilment of condition of residence under Appraisement Act 1899 Charlotte R. Masse) Jas. W. achofield Application for appraisement of capital value Geo. Hopkins, 79a r 30p Sarah A. Crovan, 330a Ed. Golding, sen., 732ja G. W. Daniels, 40a L. R. Dyer, 1280a O. W. Harrison, 480a Ed. Cunningham, 290A Margaret O'Keeffe, 280s W. F. Rutledge, 2,3904a R. Sheridan, 266a F. A. Powell, 140a, 15231, 320. Land District of Braidwood :-Following case in the Land District of Braidwood will be dealt with. ...

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Garden and Field Calendar for February. 1904 [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904

Garden and Fiold Calioniar for February. 1904 (By A. Lanlsdowae, Seel).zns, Gofdlburn.) THu season is ominantly favourable to grow era, and there should be abundant yield where ordinary care has been taken. Large areas of crops for winter and spring should be sown. All dairymen can provide abun dance of fodder by sowing at once sorghum, Hungarian millet, rape, etc. Rape is also splenudid for green manure. Let all soil be. deeply worked, suitable manure added, and sow in drills to allow of proper cultivation and thinning. Do not crowd the plants. Indications are for continued stormy, un settled weather, with plenty of rain. Flood rains are very probable, hot at times, and rough winds, but still much cool seabreeze and great variation in temperature. Field.-Sow at once sorghum, Hungarian millet, planter's frien , amber dane, buok. wheat; any time-rape, Cape barley, tares or votches, oats, lucerne, cabbage, eto; top off pumpkins, corn, etc ; dig and store pot tatoes as they ripen-never...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904

1 RENNTIAL S" Fills the (Customs) Bill an of iri- ALL SMOKERS- ? whoboelieve in quality first t , .. and forensot. ., ': i, (. . When- this is the case Y , -| 2'. ý: w - SOtood le IN PLUGS or AIR-TIGHT TINS «"Y D~k MIXTURE DARK o BRIGHT. is referred to all others.: It. lift , ,' , .; º<.·? ... . _._ .' . t ASCOTTE TOBACCO. MIASCOTTE TOBACCO trou A New Scheme of Awards will Shortly be Publie h a.. . ',: c .i , I . SAVE YOUR MASCOTTET-TAGS ( )'I. abwarad of a Silver Watch in t turn for 100oo Tagswill bkedicont b- dn 4Mifrch' 1,l; ai all 'ho desire to participate in nuch distribu ion must send them in beox) LQ Ia."zrjb i teite.therwise they will:.po. e:.recog ised. .1 ?: .l o ~ nic y S...... . ,_ , . . ' ) Il ...i & J3OG AIZEIRA.NG BRAND1 "Th' Resident Medical Officer of a large Oolo- al Hospital writes :-Oiid~ , 'tibhtso have ilI*@ fiGreatly Benefited by the use of Josh a's Boomer bg'Br ud;d ,-I'tis a.very.,Nouri.hipg . . q _. , . " . and ]Benefioial Stimulant. ", W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904

A. W. Mouarrv.] [E. G. AkInasoN. A. W." Moriarty & Co. Auctioneers, Valuators, Stock, Station, -AND General Commission Agents, ~10NARO-STREET, QUEANBEYAN. SiARKaPr SALES WEEKLY at Land l Yards. AT BUNGENDORE MONTHLY. Early entries invited. Furniture Sales as arranged. Advances made on Stook Mortgage or Wool Lien. Personal attention to Truking Fat Stock end consigning wool. Thomas Maxwell, AUCTIONEER & GENERAL COMMISION AG-ENT., Monywo-Street, Queanbeylan. Sales conducted in any port of the Distriot. F/OMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately after Sale through Mr. T. E. Wo3Dase, Monaro. street, Queanbeyan. C OORRESPONDENOB INVITED R. W. Horton, MONUMENTAL . MAS01r, "Next Hungerford's Hotel, ... . ONAO-ST11BE.!T. Estimates given for MARBLE, GRANITE nd S FREESTONE MONUMENTS, KERBIN GS, IRON RAILINGS. SCharges Moderate. - - Old Work Renovated. Inseriptionl Neatly Cu ALL Wona GUAnArmsnD. 1i Don't forget the New Address, near the Bridge. 1' ---~--- Anthony Hordern's Famous Low Prices...

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The Storyteller. The House on the Sunless Side. CHAPTER IX.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Age — 26 February 1904

The Storyteller. Thehe R otue ori :t1e CHAPTER IX.-CoNrtNUED. ' oan quite understand your high appre ciation of your guests, it would be very un grateful not to speak well of them when they're so fond of you,' went on Bab demure ly. She knew she was making him furious. 'Oh, of course I know some of the girls like to talk nonsense I I've no doubt you think it vary silly and shocking; but it's only their fun. And it's a much niore amiable sort of folly than the folly of always being ready to snub aman who has never show one anything but goodwill.' 'I'm not ungrateful,' said Blab tremul ously. ' Indeed I had no reason to think you werer said Mr. Johnson, softened at once by the least sign of softeninr on her part, as he took advantage of her change of tone to come a little nearer to her, and to bend his hand some head to glance at her face: All was going on as nicely as possible to. wards a most proper reconciliation, when the Unylo Court waggonette came along on the road from Hoo. In ...

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