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Lismore Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

Lismore Athletic Spbrta. " . - , -THESE events came off on the JUvcecoursek -- yesterday (Friday), and despite the hurried nature of the -arrangements,-.ond the sultry ? imsettlèd state of tho weather, passed ..off-Veiy succssfully- ,The .various officials? connected ;, -with -the-'Sports exerted themseles to;'the utmost,: and"""during the day; Messrs. S!>y -¿.lu ::, <.?*?? -t-.'^-.r-: .-. ? ''h i Cottee's and J. Vesper's coaches gave.. fi-eov> con voyance^ ta: .the ground, and were wtA1 u patronized. . "WtV -aae wsorry that the -late hour. !!: at ' which the Sports conelifdod ? preclude» our giving-.-a fulloiVi-report in! this-.issue. ; The following' is a summary of the leading ... - - ? ? ' .' - ' .? ' . .... Í ... "i. -. events :.-..... ?; ,. ,. . .r'-"y ' i.-.-FiuüT 'EVKNTV-MAIDEN -PLATE.-For '?' alllPot-sons that have never won-uny publier moneyrj. .First-Prize^1 Xl 10a. ; second ditto, i 10s. 'Distance, 100 yards.- ..'r.;-.*,-!I.-,V*I « J.*-3 Welsh . 1 ' W.' ...

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Max Adeler's Improved Payement. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

Max, Adeler's Improved Payement. THE recent, discussions respecting tho .merits of various kinds bf pavements 'recall tho experience of Coiwhohookcn - with un im proved pavement introduced there some years ago. It seems that the owners of a patent asphalte pavement obtained from the borough . authorities .., permission to .lay a couple of hundred yards of it on onebf. the side streets.-. At first, : while . the weather remained cold, it did well enough ; but bi tho spring it began to soften,, and by the time, summer came, it - was like dongh, excepting that when it got hold of anything it held on "like .'death. ' /.* , ' A man would attempt to walk across it, and would sink in it; then he would find' that he. couldn't move either»--legi .Then he would ciy for help, ' andi'somebody would push à plank out to * him, and"he'would struggle out of his boots und and walk ashore. ' Ever .so .many ; cuts and dogs were caught, ?and'they perished...in. their tracks, so that, after a while, 'th...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Keeping Faith. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

" Keeping Faith. Sin William Napier was .one day taking a long country walk,. whciiho; mot a littlo girl about live years old sobbing over a broken bowl.-Shc'-bud-Tdropped- and'broken . it . in bringing it backîfrpm the-«field .to which, she had taken her father's dinner ; and she said she would be beaten on hei< return home for having,broken it. As she said tili«, asuelden gleam of hope scorned!'to ; cheer her. She innocently looked up into SlrXWilliam's face and said, "But you can mend it, can't you?" He explained that ho could not mend thc bowl ; but the trouble he could overcome by the gift of a Gd. to buy another. However, on opening his purse, it was empty of silver, and he had to make amends by promising to meet his little friend on the. saum spot, at the same hour next day, ándito biiiig "sixpence with him, bidding her meanwhile to toll her mother she hud seen a gentleman who would bring ii6ï4Uo_money for the bowl next day. Til'ho.çhild, entu-el^-tvusthig him, wen...

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A New Idea." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

... A ,New Idea! WK liavo several times had1 'th<j.^pleasure ' bf describing machines for saving,4 labour on farms, which liave been produced : and per fected by Mr. ' Charles Cridland,' of West Maitland. The latest result bf Mr: Cridlanu'd ingenuity is a* muohino, .culcidatcd; to be of inestimable value iii a maize-growing district, Where large crops of * grain aie. grown, and where getting the crop' ready .for market at any moment is an advantage. ,' It is a com bined moize-huskor, thresher,, and winnower. It resembles,ail^^lmary .wiuuo\ying niachiii'o, in shape, but itS^-mallër in size. Instead of tlio hopper of ,^ ^Swiinwwing; inaehino,' there is a . sliding,'' boaiff 'or '' troy .on. tho. ' top, wiih;a'largo. ó^^^ '.ponier* t.Iinrhe diatg}y below . the' slide. and /níliiig-.up^'the upper'part of the'machine, with its-'boariiigs' in each siele, ' revolves a drum 'armed with spikes. Tho, fan is iii the place occupied byr thevfan''of a wihhÓA'ring-íüachiñc, and " tho fr...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Cyclone and Storm Wave in Bengal. A QUARTER OF A MILLION OF PEOPLE DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

/ Cyclone 'and Storm. Wave, in y . ' .Bengal. . V. v;."'' '. À QUARTER "OF.", A' MILLION OP PJSOPLE »m« DESTROYED. ??? ; . .? THa''' Armita r Bazar, Patrjka' of the 23rd November-publishes the following informa tion about the late cy cloue and the terrible storm wave jwhlch"accompanied~it : " We have^ at' last . received accounts' from Noakhally and thavadjoining islands -w-hich, fully bear out the apprehensions entertained regarding them. Thousands of thousands have perished in Haytu¿ Suudeep, and along thc coast south bf Noakhully. In Hayta it is roughly computed that half or eight annas of the population were-swept away, in the .proportion.¿-fit 7 H.-., annas . men, . 2J anna» women, arid Ï"áiuias chilcrcu. ' This "is'"the official; estimate and is..believed to' be ; far below the. actual loss.'- In Sidhi, Bodu, and Subhyi, the loss hos been as in; Hayta, "Niz Suudeep,-being high', has' fared better it 'is. rumoured.- - The stench from human remains and carcases ' is 'unbearable ...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Latest Commerical. [BY TELEGRAM.] SYDNEY, Friday, January 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

i ?; '? :"? -:-. -'^ít Latest Commercial. . '?'.Ú?¿x£. ' '. i BT ÏBKEOBAM.1 ' vl-^ÖYDNEY,- Friday, - January 26th. ^jk MESSRS. H. PKIEBTI.Y & Co. report .that 7* maize' was- selliug' this day*at i2s-lld"p'er, bushel; hides, "3d per<Jb;; pigs 6d lb«; bacon, öd por lb; butter, 10d per lb; cheese 8d per lb ; potatoes, £Q per ton ; hark,.£e:perrtorju.. ; ....

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Small-pox. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

Small-pox. THE following valuable letter appears in tho" 'Grafton Observer' of 16th January:--Sir, -The topic of the day now, is on the subject of small-pox, Doubtless many poor nervous croutures are in a great state of anxiety with reference to! this matter, and as fear often produces disease I would offer a few remarks that may be of some benefit to persons who may require aid, ' I observe that the poor Bufferers in Sydney were not blessed with the aid of medical attention, so necessary at such a crisis. .This disease, known by the name of small lpoi, is a most calamitous one, and lias ,«LrVU*d off thousands cf victims. J»^^ar^^^^l|iji.cls pf this disease, vi-i., ''tu^.distmct" aSd ^nnuen't.^. The djatsntorsU; '^Ijen. it appears siugbj^p^t^^p^^^*^e^t' when-the :p^l^^ Tliis disoase is nshel'od'ibu^ with a considerable degrno-^fQ^d^vfmiteail^ loss of appetite, cold hands and feet,'' .^hirtifc and nausea, redness of eyes, sore throat, and pains in the head, back, and loins. lu childr...

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Representation of the-Clarence [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

Tun ^raftóhV Exumihtítt^ lMfi cor^tairw.i.Uie.follo.wm &-A, public moer convened by 'tlio Cll>veiico River Assboit/ - was held in tho vSohool 'of-arts, yest/ V , pyening^fqr the.p.nrpojse^íí,considering'" ' ,f '. stôjWjfrfiidîj,^^ ínóp[À '{ \ representation f-iyYW ??? ^ftce'clcer^l ? ^représentation |¡0[lioro wore alf V ',: tion tó'PaxIiaMcíft:" "''^^f"^*". . I, Seconded by Mr. D, Beatson, arid carried.; A vote of thanks to tba Mayor, which ' -was siiitably acknowledged,"' fenrrinatod1 the -meeting." r r ^ ,. j 'V< )( ; [The "Petition adopted was substantially the jame as given in "3P¡ur¿isrocí;xof vlast week; "Editor,"Star.|'] ;. ~iC"i..> i TUE «Gmftoñ Examiner,' » January 20th, sayS(_l:Â Publie meetingv . convened by- the Clai-enceV, River; ?AsSóaiatíon, was held in the School pf.-Ari» bn^Mpiíday, oveniug last, för' .the purpose of considering what -steps i shall be tak'en': to prbcnre' increased' representation j for the'"Clarence' ' Electorate. There wer...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

P^teUANTr to. advertisement u W°J1 .attended Meeíing'wiia-'held^ atVtiie'^Goiii't.Hóusb,\Li8r ! more, on Monday oveiung 'last,; foivthe pur- | pose of taking stops-,' to petitiou,,the Qoyqrii mont for tho erection of i Bridges at the juñe* tióirpf ' Wilsbn's'iiûir-ILeicëster's ' Creeks, «also,*; I to got'tho Casino and'''Bivllini'^'HoW/^yíii"I¡íjK; more,,, mack* a tirst-clasa Rpi.icl,"; and fdi^'th'e transaction"pf other impórÍáüit^l)UHÍneiáíÍ^¿ MT/ "J.1 E. GLASGOW was . appointed! to | act as Secretary.' " Mr" A'CUUITY"^^ C j.air, read tho advertisement convening tho meeting,| luul'i^uested the speakers to von ti- j lato their "opímoW'uporÏÏ tho"* suhjëtits^ men Mr. J. BAILLIE,, in. rising to propose th ^uppn ; ueco«NÍty ? that exïutèd J fOr 'eïëctihg '. . a bridge yi^^^Qsón'staad-lMioos^s, Creeks/ poiut rby^ïviiig*hetf olibwtog rcsolutiôù :**-**-¡wS&.,, Wilsdll and Leicostdr sgOrUv.,, ^ tU&&Wäm HJlolv JO» tho rrj lmiuli< H* sider^i 'Ms D.^GURUY,!...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

XN~0--\y *0 N H A Currants, at 8d» Muscatel and of Otangeandlieig^ Jordan Alnion/-»/«// Fig-s in Small j'iotl¡ Prime Dates, 1, , Bottle Fruits, Jams, Marmal*"-* infections!. Prime English by ?> \inat\-.. Ramornie Pré¿ ",Jüeats, ' ' CkristmasCard^aíyariety For tbce VcdUr'!>ay¿-WHITE COATS, at 7nwSrnth"«i -fciercoat Ray. °/> ..?!.. Quilted "HAT C <j vcTA 8a;£o t"10*00 ...: . tion from Su'fyi Napier ."»SUNBI« orotect tho Eyes i tjuite equal to an .and-: Face,. UmbreUu. rn And a1 Largo -Seasonablo soi CHOICE and IS too Numerous ï ^ow Print-¡r Nep ¡¿turnes, A lpress Materials. GENT'S CLpÑoT OKNTÍS TRIERS AND VEST, : > í Ta y DOPD, PAGET, SAC, POA'/ IN BLUE AKD BLACK cLo^y GENT'S SK DUST COATS, . GENT'S TEED COATS, : «J:NT'S JITS> VAI«OUS SHAPES, «OYS, (5^1,8, ' AND. LADIES'.-HATS. ' .?Bo<->r-re J/BOOTS î i BOOTS I I I «UNIS*/ : - . ' i LADIES' CHILDRENS'. Jr Groceries ! Groceries. 1 I WCROCKERY, GLASSWAKE, TIN WAKE, r NOW READY FOR PURCHASERS, . Ê ...

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Miscellany. EEL-FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

EEL-*ABB:" . ... ' l'; IN Scotland; very few people can be^ found1 who will ventura, to ,partake of'eels,* ?Whether .thia prejudice against this kind of. .food is founded.on the resemblance, whioh' tho eel bears to the serpent,or ia.a remnant, of tho ancient Jewish prohibition: of its use as un article, pf diot, wo will not venture to ?say. Probably, tho form' bf tho;fishÍB,tho principal obstacle to its général acceptance at the table j but it is a curious faut that tho antipathy whioh is felt towards theed is localised iii différent parts bf the country, or; confined to special districts or raoos. Thus while Scotland as ni' whole repudiates ' tho' flab, ' there are parts 'of England iu ? whioh this fare'is hold in the highest estimation ; while as a clasp, perhaps omnibus dr Word i to judgo by the avidity with which they do¿' 'vour their pon'ortb at the little stalls in the, street corners of the large towns-aro moat partial to this dish. ,7 Those who havo a taste for stewed uols d...

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Fun. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

., 'HAN'8"irAWBK.-ATyéhOTál>to sceptic. (A Sloper) who doubted ' that .'main's, riatüre is 'to fall," tried a Kinki Ile hasVüvcr 'doubted it 'since !]'.'' 1 l: . ".': ; "CONTENTMENT is said to bb'1 better tbau riches, bub tho latter ia good enough for tho Writer. ./'.'"'*'? . .??<'.'..' 11 A onoss-EYEi) Chicago girl advertises'for a husband affected ia the samo way. What a oross-oyeden, I . ' '?!.?(.'. BiSTOUt in travelling never takes a sleep ing-car. -, Sitting up. is her tired nature's sweet Bistori.. i IN answer to tho inquiry of .a correspond ent concerning Paul Boyton's natal placo, viro can merely surmise from his buoyancy that he may bo a coik man. . , : WnÀTthU'country reallynoods isn't so much reform as it is a new stylo of pants that won't bag in the'knees. "?'.'' .'" TUB lîDrroB'who always " got his paper out on time" has boen sold out by the1 She riff. His creditorBsaidthoy couldn't 'liyoou "time." ' ? . ? '.WILLIAM PENN would''sit down-under a tree; gathe...

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IT ALWAYS PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

. -. Jeronïioh True WOB very courteous OB he:' 'tó'éd'tho íhark.' '.''.."? "'? ' '"''! ' ?i vii ;Ho pulled down his-.ycstji j ."' And he smoothed Iiis wild hair, ?'? : Ho brushod ofEthe whitewash, And' with words that wore lair, Ho ' said ho 'regretted tlie: trifling accident: that'hadbrought him to tho, attention of the court: ';'.".. '-!- ? '? ':"?.'..': -', : " Trifling I Do you'call' it atrillo when a man goes into a gfocory,vfall8 among the lamp-chimneys,' and -gets rip'' arid'-oVor tlirows an Unheadod barrel of molasses." ;: "It/might como under the head 'of '. 'An; 'almost serious : affair,' I suppose," softly replied'the prisoner. "«.'-. . .'. " worse than tliat,; sir. ? If I were a re porter I should heady our case 'Shocking Depravity I-'The Demon of tho Rum Mill on the " Rampage 1 Almost 'a -Murder ! Where were thé Police 1 ' ' . Full Particulars of the Horrible Occurrence I' It looks to më like a bad-ease, 8if.'''' - ' : '. ???.?' ..>.'?.. '" Tho truth' is,"'Baid thé p...

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The Family Circle. EVERY-DAY AILMENTS, AND HOW TO DEAL WITH THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

!E,YEKYrJ>ÀSr ÁíijIENTS,'.AND' HOW, ~,!TO'DEAL/ WITH THEM. ' \ ¡;: Ringv>qrm.~&.t 1Jie:.firat. sight,of; ring-,, worm, paint tho place all round with iodine/. ¡ three times.a day ,¡ ; Thia j» Ul very likely pro-, vent it going any further^',','?.*'.*..^'¡^ -, .... j,',',' &óOf' oi¿* ^arfcucíós.-These tiresome. and . .painful ( 'óxoroacerices aro "usually Caused by' ' poverty bf 'tho.; blood and ' wb'akhess,''ima' those. vjho. Buffiiii' from ' thófai ; should- 'have'' plérít¡y,óf whölöBoino' food,'frosh air;'and ex:? "ex-oiso.'' ' Tho heat; and gentlest way of treat;1 irig them ia1 to Keep worra 'linseed poultices ' ¡on them'till-thby'haVb' broken,' and tho core has been' removed ¿"tuen : lay a. little soft' ¡linbn'.rag on-the abre. 'When the "poultice cannot conveniently be. applied, a little! : piece of sticking-plaister laid right over thy. i hoity and renewed!; every two days>;wilt koop ;it.frpm;being,rubbed, ¡and from,being so .sore. .,.,.Tup old-fasbipn...

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Casino Police Court. MONDAY, JANUARY 22ND. Before W. C. Bundock Esq., J.P., and J. Grime's Esq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

Casino Police Court.-. MONDAY, JANUARY 22ND. Before W. C. Bundock Esq., J.P., anda J. Grime's Esq., J. P. - :-s ,.-Thompson and wife,' v. Nicoll.-Thomas ji'JhomrjwniVá&n^ incurred uy {ho nonpayment of such wages. Tlie healing of this case, occupied several ' hours. Thu Bench awarded to plaintiff, full amouut of ...wages due, and cost of mainte nance, after deducting several item V byway' of set ofl', to which' Counsel for complainants objected, citing the case cxparte c. Nixon in all £!l. Mr. Allingham, for plaintiflj. and Mr. Jamen, for defendant.

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The Northern Star. LISMORE, JANUARY 27, 1877. THE SMALL-POX. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

? >?».. LISMORE, JANUARY 27, 1877. ' THE SMALL-POX. UoxsiDEiUNO the largo - Bhippiug_ trade of "Sydney, and its almost daily intercourse with densely populated ports in ludia and China that aro known to bé-thb' hotbeds of "'disease) , and tho i scattered and -lox .'imedioalr-super ?viston .jweyailing. in 'many parts of, those.. Ouhhnos (i'pr Homo time..past, tho onlyjwon der ia, that' such diseases as Siaull-'pox and' |,C¿oleru have not been introduced iutooiir .muLst-2.9.7g-cv« rTns7^f43¿í?«Mláud r,htts espe cially laid herself opou to. tho risk of 'couCa gion, by,uUowiug bordos of,Chinese, coolies,, known to.j;be of unclean habits, lauded-at lier Northern-porte,- with hardly any que3-< tions nuked to tlioir health : whilo .tho pre-! nonce of "ail, alien race -in* their \ midst; I. wi tlf. but little respect for<-the-^medical % or, other;' laws of tho lund, must eyer bo' a source of. danger. It is siueeroly to bo hoped that the energy of tho 'ailtlioiitios"...

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Woodburn. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) January, 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

st -,- s «t -i,- Wípodlpjxvn. j y,'Q. i- :;- (HltOM.OUH-OORREaPONDENT.) r .^L !;;?;,.?;.> j ff .{,-?. January. 23rd. Jt SOMETIME ago a-Court; of /Petty Sessions \ma established hore, and-Friday- last proved that the: ' GovommehP _'clid ''well iii'1 "granting? the; above/ '«p- íiefór'é' ' the'above «Coiir/t" -< was established persons having business . to trans act lind to travel to Ballina a distance of 30 imies, involving ~groat expenses,- -and much ioss^ of ümey-Ttandr when weyconsidcrytbat time ls money, I am" sure thiît-all thoso wlib .aViùîèî1 Jthorfifiolvcs *oiv -Friday ? lostf ' of " the : Woodburn Court 'of* Petty -^Sessions, have good raisons to bo thankful- to those who first took_the nccüssary^stops aiuljcurried tho thing through until tIio,^pQver^pWntVL'proclaimed this .place a soparate' Police District from Ballina and-iWmbrV. You will soe" from tho Court report that a considerable amount of business had to bo gone through. ' - KC. S?Éíliótfc,,Éaq.,' P.M.;...

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DUKE RUTHERFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

DUKE IiUTIIEllFOIÎD. , ? -, .ITIWUB a fair sunny day in August, tho} wore out on tho clifts, fathoms above, tin ¡sea, afc play. !. Sho a dark-eyed,,wondrously beautiful, girl, of thirteen ; he a tall, stal wart boy.'a,, year, her senior. ; There wai a-wide, difference, in their, stations, in lifo, ,You bad only to.,note tho richness, of hoi pilk attire, the.throndbnre scantiness of his to, feel, assured.,of "that. No .rich,,man's son , would have been dressed quite so shab bily, as Duke jtutherford ; and yet, in spite of the.,wornout clothes, tho boy,.in beauty of form and feature, might haye boon a lit Bon for a nobleman. ? " The. children, .wore, gathoring. mosses from: tho 'rocks and chatting gaily together, forgetful pf rank or station. They had met often thus,for.the last six years. ; ': Duke's father was the agent pf the estate of ; Lucy ¡, Del auioro'B highbred mother. .Their . cottage was: but a little distance :from the "Hall, and,tho . children,, m search of .amusement, wa...

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The Anvelist. A GREAT FOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

A Git EAT FOOL.. ' . ; . Ilia mme was John Holt ; and, moreover, he-looked liko his name or like the. imago . which tho Bound1 of his name, in a -musical ear, would-calli up in the mind.- For John -should bó'strongy and quiet, and true, and 'grave,; and John JHolt- was' all -bf -these.' His skin was 'fair and . his eyes' bluey'but the hair1 whiclrlia'd been tow-colored in his childhood,1 had deepened 'to^Brow-n'.'" Ordi nary'persona yöuld call him gpodlooking, j rather than jiaudsdiho, but a close observer,, ' would pronounce Iiis profile ' perfect, ^ and his inoutli and chin models of ' firin land' symmotribol .cUiseliiig..: The .brows wore straight arid strongi though smopth,;ánd his not very high forehead was broad and open. John Holt's : characteristics wore a-wo-. . manish -gentleness, a most marvellous and absurd honesty, and a patience which,' to* . them, looked only too much like'cowardico. ! In his" family Jrihn'was called'a'groat fool.'' .John's father had died'when the-la...

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Humoun. HIS BANK CHECK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 27 January 1877

As a coloured jmaiv wan walking out of .trie* ?poliSrrfficc--y esleí day iii0rmñg-~-witlir Îiroud step, having just been handed a ettcrat tho general ? delivery. window, he. .wasloverhaUled by a bnish boy in a barber shop, who called out : : .' .-.I i í ? ¡i. Ii.-.",So de.tailorhas.sent in his bill-yiyi 1" "Boy !" said, the'other iu-a.lofty tone boy,' Iis expecting a check from Toledo.:", .-' ". And itfe ni ddt letter^ ¡ohi?"-u,<. >hi ir . . "Dat'sde supperaitiorï,my,san¿".'.- r. hi i' ril:woitand see," chuckled tlie.young-.' sterland ho stood beside .tliè rother. when' : the envelope was toni open and a handf ult of election slips where itakoh out.:' '. .t: . .-MGwjne to git. dat check cashed right away ?" äneerod the brnshboy. nii'u". u ' i, 'ÍBüb¡!you'8 a.small.-chile! yet,".aridwored! ?tho"other,- '.'an' it-would.bedErowing time: : away to 'splain tb you dat desoislipB always; come, one day ahead ob de checks on de .bank. Whenyouis'a:fe\vyealis!olderyoii'll: ? know...

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