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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

rU8F TOPICS. "Flemington.") Jlricrcnco lias previously Iwoii matlo im.hi i-1 tti 11 oncu in this column lo.tho lain, \lmt winio nil o\hw important, 'tuvt' IAVIIU U' tli» hoasou liuvo. Ilia Uu»ir priv.o immoy iaiUsUuuiully »» im'cumkI, iiio Champion Uaco is still Ino .satm* in rcfpt'Cl* 10 st-ulso, dopojuhnjj on t!io rcsulv. as it was 20 years sign. It. is rtHViCiitv in 5jnu an ..xplaimtiim, for vliu ncgtcot tiisplnyo<l towards what siiuwkl bo Um principal Weight-! oi-Afio t-1 *' 11 c ui' tho C^mmonwoiirih. N it. Hint, tlio V.K.O. connmtiiii fun-atoili.' t-Hio I,iimir.nl ' ej.aii.piou iiii-iuly a iirwstJiry mil '.M"<h l»« ninintninxt in > ;'>'? 11 »miM U* » pil.v u» W'.. ? U- luvo htilor" dropped »wt M iho l'irmii»tfii»» |inw;iiiiiii<-, :iml Ilii'i-" ii mn.liinn so slum- ill:", tlin rxtivin.' i-i uimj I.-. ijOll l.mplal.ni. lint. .1 Ui" \ -UX- <1'.'; not. tc«l ."'?1 v.'rtrtl.l ah.ua Iwmi Ih-V^v tx^lx'rt i. -il iiv V-V-tovitt*.-Wiuijtw...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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[?] INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

INTEREST (Ky "Kufitiou*.") Tho possibilities of poultry on the. I'linn are not generally realised. That ola.*s <>i live slock is mostly regarded as being beneath tho notice «»*' Uio or dinary lurmer. llo regards it as lit only I'"' tiiu ntienton ot wi)in,'ii. ilut un tho larnis .ti wheat iutms particular ly, whero it js p is.Mblo to raise eii<ap luod in plenty l*«r ilie feathered .stock, it is worth uinii. to jrjvts ser.ous con sideration io smno lacls and liuures. One uullio!) .-vorhng ivpivsx'nts the yearly production oi poultry ami egg* in V;eloria. It. icoi-.s a large amount, but no tear nerd be « uteri;.ined ol OVel'-prodlu . I,;:Ni y. ;:r (Iivj:t Itriiani imported over l'H,0U0,000 worth of «'^S Uiiiirh (Mil be. expoitod irom this 6uuo when at their lowest price, and b> larded, inf thu evev'f?^} v'K'»MtteV 'av'-V-ti«ic'When thoy bring* the' best v^Ki«\ Kgtfs in shot! and in pulp ot tho value of £!UM)(ri> were exported from Vielorui in IDKlj this n...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS^ l.iy ''Ambi'Damc," .. V'° .'i',-'ovo, l.flo HUH- collar, tlm i i ls """p'y n '!"«t/on iWf I,' ' "" <diu»siiifi. Kor example, ? ,, ls 'J10 '"s'1 sirillo liliny Jit l Vila. Such satisfies n slender (itnrc .wul no olIuh- The siuiio limy lie .s,,u| "I tlio intieli draped skirt.. lieforu mo, in I..ll'i' i,1 " v,l'ry I"'1 lt>- ensLlllle in llweied silk. It mis n hiTtha with ? pretty I,-co frill , w|lic|| ihi r " ? l"Kll,"r' aml ;l 'V!t' withered t" Mm back a third down '|'|,C effect j. iviiiiiiisrens of ,||t, den 01,ilia. dress..,.. in yellow nud while i-tiniijiie, J,, ,'ilo-n in.. 'U<.< pannier., lii,>i'p |i... «'!u> ?' rnfii,.,- inr-. baL m J :1 panisol of ::rt. and silk, "t saitio color s, hotiie. ,i |"v,.|v .-u don party frock is of <!,.r, rf cmpo and ruse chiffon, Ku;, \u*s? ooveriii-xMcfo>life»- t)io flew., |4" In' Wfimv,'~ii»r ii,-nr ^li.iiiHcr I IS bnm,e, K-1III rose;;, tin!.;-,,,«Il-,-v be low. II,,. over ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. Tho foundation of n real and lasting | Micros is sixmrely laid upon tho ruins wnich alone aro apparent as tho results ot iho wot U Jj:t hor11» accomplished.-? Lord Kelvin. I'ho M'fj'ot of .success is constancy lo | purpose. - Benjamin D.srmdi. Wo live in this world only (lint- wo may go onward without- ccusmg. - Mo/. arl. Focus your abdhy ujn.n one point un til you burn a hole in it , Genius is intensity. and digression is ,.;< dangerous as stagnation. "Ho who follows two hares catches neither.'* "ll is tin* single aim that wins.'' Only by con- I contr.it.ion can \ou work out a satisfac- I tory \vstom. (Jet. your mind on it. and | keep it there. W*a'c:t every point, every d-Mail. Ilang in it with a hull' I dog grip till von pot tho thins dono. I It is now coming to ho understood | by tho nations of tho world, and 110 ie by Japan herself, that racial rivalry go'ng to bo tho international problem I of tbo future, if it is not already. well to t...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

Personal. Much regret is expressed at Kcr. ang at tlie death of Miss Bcw;c Taysoin. third daughter of Mr .-n'd Mrs C. Tnysom. who succttmfccd to an attack of typhoid fever last Sim day. The young lady was but It years of age. Mr W. W. Rickards, who for IS months has been ledger-keeper the Cohuna branch of the tlmon Bank, lias been promoted to asirr lar position at the liendij-c -.v; Mr Rickards left for Bce«.:k& yc terday. His immediate is Mr H. R. Pnrnaby, <"?: ter. The impending natr is .v.;. nounccd of Mr David "ws::*,, t.l.v well-known Cohtn a ' t. if -ml photographer, to ? .-.rhr Morison, o1 No*-v.. ' ' ihvi V w; ,V -CI,,. . -. J fixed for the 19th March. Mr ti. Ail,,: : . .. bower, was the . cf . highly appreciati / : M'Leod, leader '> :tLr y Party, last week. I'r.u debate on the Cv. com mittee's exposures .; : . : Closer Settlement Board : :it the Legislative Assent'.7. ? 'i .'Lt-o'} remarked :-" I'rr. . have been in tor . tr< things. I would ...

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WOOL PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

WOOL PROSPECTS. ?Afith the general irado of tho world i a', live, and ovi-ry nro&poft of remain-' ! inj; f,o, thorc should bo a atroug con | sumptivc demand for wool during tho wining year. .Labor in tho Old ' WurJd w well i'inpioyi*d at b^tt+T wa^'s j lh»> world's tvoel roquimucnu continn- I | to incrcaso, whilu there will bu A great «in<rta«e of wool in manufacturing ! '.'.ntttvi betoro tin* umj of tho present | < aiemlur veiir, ami only nudernto sup ; p!n;» lor PJi \Voi;l ;vill bu admitted | i into tho United State* of Aineriirt duty ] fr«-, and it wil not bo v»ry Jong !»... ' ! for" *!iat jjreat wwil-usn:^ nation will J require a fpxknt proportion of Auatrn- j Ha'* clip. Owing to i;rc.it financial Atringi'iioy in tho U.S.A., it is quite, po siblo that they will not take a {jruut amount of wool during the cow inj: season i but they aro m> fihort of dtookfi that tlioy must purchase Homo, and latrr on tliey will require a largf* quantity.

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SIGHTING WOOLLY APHIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

FSflMTiNG WOOLLY APHIS. A vru'r hi I'i'.KM-- Ap,riciiIii ;u»l nion.iii.ui!., 'it» II himilj :,. ..111-. ii|.- uo.iliv : phis (fcflnxMiifiir.i l» i" ). wliirit is riMt;nfi|y oil:1 Ol ill" ioo>t i" *!..? I; "V. Mm usu 1>I ^ -111J11'' I l I ?'' <>:! I'.lin;, 111 J t:iI |i\:iril!i: llif «!< >1 I uctinil <»I *.!*«» '.<>! »»'i". »\ .. jihi'l'" . Tho l-.tiiiL r.-ii Im- |ir«|,.u.ii on tl <? ?*i'< !i.)'iI lu th-- ii'llmviiiK r< r pimI:i : - I-i''^i' il nil. TP ; ..*, ni! -? li'ii'1,'. J ' !>.: ...\;>||> I.I' zinc, illi. 'I'll.' 'iiixtun i-. Iiiilnl lor 10 i'ini'ton ati'l wliiti rolcl llli nl '..> iu!<l«l. Tlio [mint is liv ti-Kini! of a brmli to all thi« ufTr<:tv<l pmtli. A.v u rnl- cii» i>- nllirirnt, but in uriU'i* to li" rjmu- s:iff, two ran bo mod. , ill tho autumn :mtl at- tbu end oi Docomher.

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THE MATCH-MAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

THE MATCH-MAKER. . ; Old Pat a.Kl I wefit lo .outol. shrimps; in the rocks billow the (-.ilTs, and .after ; a wirirnc's Imid wc»Jv» ^ ® c night about... va f1o//;'n) . ' ? . i k,ls never. s:i>\\ the fir ?)u\ thrusting his not under u. rnck-iih ho spokes ami then w.tldrnwinpr, i& in "There's no vnewy in it at»11. ??? H's.iir.», Vjvcaney yoiv.^ot 1.' nt !"-- Ho examined tlio o)Mtoin-s ot 'tin' net;-' - "There's one, nnywwv,.. I'O.. V»i; til!ousiij; tlio twisting sholltisli to w rds mi' ,lto threw Iwn little groi.n fi«H with "iml'-o head* >;ii the sand; ? '"Micro's anv iiniiiiint of tho-.c thing."., lie xeciiiituod and then suddenly threw lv-. not down, tinil running towards n l"'-TO rack, Ml on h* kn.'« and '>." -- i pulling «t- ft great rod ci;il>.' .?'ilii'ii 's something, nnywayl rtV packed the crab mio tho basket, an I covered it with seaweed, and thus .V ii'lid it mna:ni-<! i|iiiet. I t-o!<l Pa 1 did lint think it wis much Rood try in ?- ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

Bereavement. Mr JOHN WAITING and Family wish to to return their heartfelt THANKS to all friends, especially to Dr. Nankivell, for their valued assistance and many expressions of sympathy in connrction with their receutscvere family bereave ment.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

Auctioneers. ^aclSi, White and Co. (Established 1864.) STOCK anil LAND AGENTS. JKCHUCA, GUNBOWER, BAR HAM AXII KYABRAM. Eehuca Sale -Every Saturday. Gunbower Sale-First Mon day in month,1 Trust moneys to lend at lowest fates Farms for sale or to let in Goulburn Valley, Echttea and Riveriua districts, Store Sheep auu Cattle always for Side. Particulars on application to Shackell, White and Co., Auctioneers, Echuca.' William Wallace and Co. Auctioneers and Special Land Salesmen, KERANG. Head Office-Bull-street, Bendigo. Sales conducted KerAng-Sheep and Cattle, al s.: ternate Fridays; Pigs and sundries ^""?^WfaatrPfidays, ^ V i LAKE CHARM- First Wednesday in the month. GUNBOWER-Third Monday in the mouth. COHUNA-Last Tuesday m the month. AndrewS. Muir & Co. (Andrew S. Muir) STOCK & STATION AGENTS Heotl Officc KERANG Branches Cohuna* Lake Boga and Swan Hiitt Kerang Sheep and cattle sales every second Friday. Pig sales every alternate Friday. Cohuna Stock Sale. Last Tues d...

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Cohuna Agricultural Society. CHNERAI, SPORTS GATHERING. A RLISTERING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

Cohuna Agricultural Society. GKNKKAL SPORTS (tATHHKING. A VUSTKKINO HAY. The Column am) District Agricul tural. Horticultural, ;iiul Pastoral Society's Sports gathering at Roy at Park was greatly marrcil by the ex cessively hot weather' which pre vailed on Wednesday afternoon, The Society had gone to consider able pains io provide a programme of interest and merit; but with a shade temperature of 106 degrees, and a fierce sun beating mercilessly down 011 roads that had l>eeu churned into pools of grey dust, it would have been unieasonable to have expected anything like a large attendance. It was just a streak of ill luck. In all the circumstances, it was the general opinion that the patronage was surprisingly good, though it represented a gate of but £\l. Despite this natural and un foreseen drawback, however, the secretary (Mr. I'. Kiibv) and the members of the general committee left 110 preliminary i.nattendcd to (hat was considered es.-tntial to the complete success cf the und...

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THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, February 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

THE Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, February 20, 1914. Thi; Cohusw RAILWAY- Now that the end oi the third week in February is upon us, local public interest in the promised commence ment of the railway is quickening. Mr R. I,. Duncan, secretary to the Gunbower Railway League, re cently went to Pine Grove to con sult with Cr Crawford, president of the Shire of Rochester, on the financial aspect of the newly-con structed Ivlmorc-Cohuna Construc tion Trust. He found that Cr Crawford was under the impression that the actual construction of the line would proceed the moment the legal notices constituting; the Trust expired, and without waiting till the Department had actually re ceived the necessary laud purchase money. As this legal notice ex pires to-day (20th), a start could, in that case, be made with the be ginning of next week. To make sure of the matter, Mr Duncan then wrote to Mr Anvils. M.L.A. Mr Annus enquired of the Minister of Railways, whose secretary, iu reply, gives it to ...

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HARDIER INSECT PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

HARDIER INSECT f'ESTS. Something of a sematim lias b<'en produced among G'alirorninn fruitgrow ers by tho suggestion of i he Principal of Kntomology of tho Washington State College, that possibly nmJ-T continued spraying with: inseotieidcA, t hardier .strains of insect pests ar-j being pro duced, which are hotter rhlo to with stand the effects of th»» poisons. "In other words," said Professor Molander, in his address, "it is possible, from a birlngieal .standpoint, that wo are breeding the resistant injects. II there is such a tiling as this, it is a big, big thing in the fruit, world. A few years ago, wo w<uo coeksuro that swlphur-liino would kill r«d spider. oggp, ' would ki?i 'egj^v of icim grci.n aphis/ and yet I have examined I don't know how many millions of rcd-spkl .r eggs this year, and faikxl lo find th<:n dead after l»esng sprayed with sulphur liine. The si-nv- ean bo said of the green aphis, in a good many'localities. Whether it is a biol...

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AMERICAN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

AMERICAN AGRICULTURE. Aii American expert says of Agri , culture in th<» United »Sta.es:-"There m good authority Jot* tho a-sertion that | tho farmer could take from tho samo I area of ground in four years grain | crops as much a* seven y< :ira now give him. leaving tho products of tho other' three years when tho land rested from grain, as a clear pn.fit duo to hotter methods. Fie can do far moro than thai by joining live-stock raising with grain raising, Naturo las provided cattle .to go with the land. . . What our people have to do is t . envoi* loss ground, cultivate smaller 'arms so as to inalco tho most of them, instead ol" cutting a scant and nnrrrta ji yield from *overal hundrd a;1 res." ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

Cohuna Store and Butter Factory. SUMMER SALE. Commencing Tuesday, January 20th., for 10 DAYS ONLY. J. MACKENZIE KING Begs to inform the Public of Cohnna and District that lie is disposing :if his surplus SUMMER STOCK at Greatly Reduced Prices. , Call and Inspect Oar Bargain Counter Crowded with LADIKS' BLOUSK8, COSTUMES and UNDF,RCT,OTHING, fit Prices that will commend themselves to one and all. ' """Don't miss seeing the Bargains in Dress StuTa-Printe:! V.nles, Crepes', Poplins, .Prints, Marlins Delaius, Cashmere, Sicillinn, ALL REDUCED. CLOTHING. Men's Summer Suits, Lustre Sac Coats, etc., will be clcare'd a: a great sacrifice. also ^ .. ... :,yr.-y::<; - Boys'Tanics, and Crash S&kir Snitfv. J. McKENZIE KING COHUNA. Commonwealth JgfeBanfe of Hustualfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Tbl. E.nV i. open lor >:i «; GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS >e EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alio at Sydn«jr, Canberra, Adelaid?, Perth, Ilobart, ttriebanc, ilcckhamptoo, Town*vil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

' Professional. A Cako. Dr. Nankivell, Has removed to bis new residence i" Channel-street, Coliunu, And in fuUue may be consulted there. Gunkowkk visited on Sale Days. DR. J. W. GHristoph^^ v.... .vYv\ .»&<*.. ? - SURCJKON V iHiiS'TiST. I;oniier!y of Collins.street, .\rc-lb. jQKSlltUS to intimate that lie lias purchased tile practice of Mr A. J-i, \\ eltman, of /Cerau;;', ;m<] may l;e consulted for all classes of Dental Work, at Mr Wellmau's late [T(-?niWVIJ/iifrton-street. (opposite Kxciian;;e Hotel) Ker.an;,'! Crown ft Uridine Work a Specialty Visits Cohuna every Alternate Week. Jas Richards, LL.B Barristor and Solicitor, Victoria. Solicitor, Proctor and Attorney, New South Wales. Victoria-street, k'eniruv, next Com niercial, Hotel, 'Phone 61. and at Swan Hil'l, 'Plvone IS. Visits Cohuna monthly on Sale Days and on Court 'Days'' when re. quired. Koondrook iaiul Barhanv fortnighly,- on Tuesdays- Court Hays. Trust.moneys to T endi Willan, Colics, and Wi...

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Cranmer Church, Cohnna. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

Cranmer Church, Cohnna. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of par ishioners was held at the Rechabite Hall on Monday evening, the Rev. R. Ii. Simmons presiding. The super-heated condition of the at mosphere rather prejudicially af fected the attendance, which was but moderate. The report and balance sheet, in a neatly printed form, was duly presented by the lion, secretary (Mr. M. J. Garner) and adopted. This showed the net profiits of the recent Christmas Fair to have been £l00 6s. The Building Fund balance sheet showed that during the last finan cial vear the debt - set at j£l81 8S 8d-on the church building was re duced by j£20. The debt has been still further substantially, decreased since the beginning of the present year. The general fund displayed a credit balance of .£11. In his report for the past year the Minis ter deal specifically with the pro gress and present condition of each of the auxiliary institutions, in cluding the Sunday School, the C.K.M.S., the Ladies' Guild, ...

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ABOUT BUYING COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

ABOUT BUYING COWS. A representative letter from nil Eng lish dairy farmer in tho "British Ag ricultural JYtW >i»ys"CW buying ia a very uncertain busings. Thorn it* muck hiking in the oi«' market, but home-bred heifers are at least honust. Horns may be rubbed down, and udders stacked and othor purchases may turn out deceptive owing to udders being wl.aft is knomv :is Ik'shy. Many eow.i ii ay milk well for the lir>t two or three mon'hs, and then «iuick1y dry olf. and w»js« are just the animals wiiieh wili h» rui. round and otVend for yah- afiei then next calving. S :ino cows which Miilked well in thin- own homes do badly when t rau-f«'i r. d u> a mw piac. art? sold hecan>e. they arc kit:l;er>, ot liable in Mow or sutler irmn some ivuii n_; ailment. *.\-i one doubts that hellers are sul.r buying tli.in rows, but the laet remains th.t \vo aio losing ground as to Iho ..upuiy or u i king cattle by the system ot dealing too exclusively with cows. ) iio ino-scr.. .mate >al...

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THE OPEN-AIR BREAKFAST. WHY NOT USE THE GARDEN? [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

THE OPEN-AIR BREAKFAST. W] IY NOT USE THE GARDEN? Most- people who hare travelled abroad treasure a recollection of uieols an joyed nut of doors. The dinner on A shady terrace, the refreshment nmi iho baud iu a garden, tite cup of oolfeo ou tho boulevard linger pleasantly in their memory as a complete change from homo habits. Tho English cliiuato is usually believ ed, (remarks n London paper) to be the chief obstacle that stands iu tho tvay of any general adoption of the Conti nental opeu-air meal, though the truo reason is more likely to be found in a Hritivh disinclination for new paths. There are, of course, some whoso al fresco meal, to bo attractive mtiKt he taken in public, with a certain amount of cere/uonv, and possibly at consider able expense Hut. for every ono of these there are at least a hundred who con appreciate tho charms of privnej and simplicity. For theso last, pro vided ihey possess a garden, the ques tion presents no difficulty. "Even the small garden that most ...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER III. A NEW SUBURB. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 February 1914

c Terribly j Tempted. SERIAL STORY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAl'fEH UI. A NEW SUBURB. Theso who have enjoyed tho tJoubl* , ful privilege of living in a now suburb will woi&er how Miss Marchmont, with au income for above a mere compel- 1 oncy, should have chosen to reside amidst all tho noisv surroundings m aoparablo from a locality in whim wero springiug tip houses of alt sort* and sizes. But hero tho good la-.lv choso to dwell for reasons of her own; into her motives it would bo irrelevant to inquire. , Hero might bo seen tho boautilul I simplicity ot unfinished dw«*Uiug<f tho I noisy realism 01 bricklayers and work- 1 men of all kinds. Thero is a depressing intluemv ia 'sido toads"; wo ate apt to rolled a . a littlo grimly OIL thing* in general - I an wo vest our admiring guv.o on th-> l hills with "'This desirable residence i bo lot, unfurnished" - expenses <. rent, taxes, gas, coals, and servant Itnd as wo shave cursives, or eat ou» i inatutiual rolls and ...

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