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New Process for Making Cheese. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Xew Process for Making Cheese» AMONO the curious methods for the manufac- ture of fine cheese, the process adopted by Mr. Joseph Harrison, of Derbyshire; England, will be of interest The'-curds. "are note scalded, no heat, being applied'after the.-milk is set'for coagulation. The expulsion eof-the "whey, or its separation; from '-tho; =ciirds before being put to the hoop and.-under .press; is being accomplished - by a ^process, quite different from anything'known"-in-. practice in this country. But what "will. bV-surprisings i perhaps, to most of our fiwtory cheese mak'ôrs : is the fact that the cheese' made tinder, "this process is of tho-finest flavour and'Equality, . and sells in the best markets of England for - "top prices" on a par with English.'cheddar cheese." ' , ; : .'-. -. The/fallowing aro the leading points in. "the . proceas:- ' ? ' ? . ; "~ " ". '.? "sj-'. The milk, when collected, -is set tat ar temperature of about 80 deg. Fahrenheit, . with sufficient - rannet to p...

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Sydney Markets. January 29, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Sydney Mar&cts. January 29, 1S77. 'Messrs. II. PiUESTLY AND; Co., 53, Suwsex Street North,- report as follows : Lucerno Hay, boat quality, por ton, .£4 ; drtto inferior,. ¿'3 ; Oalou, Hunter River, good, £2 10a; ditto, inferior, £2 ditto, Hobart Town, £2 10a; Straw, ditto, £2 10s ; Good Potatoes, imported, £(i 0.i: ; - ditto, Coloniol, £4 ; lüg«;», por dozen, ls. ; Fowls, pov couple, 4«.; Ducks, ditto, Cs, ; (ïce.-o, 6s. Od. iola. 6d. ; Turkeys, ditto, 4s. to 12». ;. Calves, each, 153. to SOa. ; IIOÏÎW, per hundred, 10a. to-Ids. ; Shank Bone», lier owL, 7s. to 8a. ; Tobacco Loaf, per lb., 4d. ; ditto, Manufactured, ls. to ls. Od. ; Staves, £7 to I'S per 1000 ; Pino, in logs, 7s. to Os. per 100 feet; Shingles, in demand, IBs. to 30a. per 1000; ¡Spokes, lOa. to 13s.-per 100 ; Sugar, Colonial, 100 lbs., 26i. to 32D; Maize, befit,' per bushel, 2s. 6d; to 2s. lOd. ; Onions, im ported,-por ton, £6 ¡ ditto, Colonial, £5 ; OFlotir, pei- ton, £13 ; ? wheat, Adelaide, per bushel, 63. ...

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Sugar, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Silgar, &c. THE Paria correspondent of tho 'S. M. Herald,' says-Thore is a panic here amongst sugar consumers. We are threatened " with a deficient supply of the" saccharine delicacy, prices are rising, and matorfamiliaa is alarmed at the prospect pf a'u'empty sugar-basin. lb is gonerally .anticipated that '."should the risc in prices continue, it miist inevitably assist iu developing the Australian sugar-manufac- turing industry. . It is very remarkable that at ' tho present moment a combination of circumstances should have furnished "a chance which tho colonial producers of wine, sugar, and silk ought certainly to mako the most of. At ' present prices - A ustralian-grown sugar and silk ought to prove remunarative when placed in the . European markets. As for colonial -wine, Mr.' Fallon, who leaves England on his return to Albury, on the 30th instant, will have a good deal to say, not only respecting tho chances of future trade with Europe, but ' also "concerning. tho reaso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

SHIPPING. . POB SYDNEY. . . -: . THE CLARENCE and RICHMOND RIVER T STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S STEAMER--. ... BALLINA, ; : ¡ . JOHN MAGEE, Master, ..... WiU oin REGULARLY between SYDNEY, »ad LISMORE, taking, Fassenden and Carra, and ' affording a mean» of RAPID and SAPE COM. MITIGATION between tkU River and tko Metrópoli*. Ig3- On and after tho lat DECEMBER, the FREIGHT on MAIZE will bo reduood to »H. Od. per BAO. JOHN WHITE, Secretary. ' STORES. A. ? MER,RIE OHRI8TMAS I ' ? i.-. ?. ; AK» .. i. ... . . J ? A" HAPPÏ NEW YEAR I ! NjOW ON-HAND Currants, at 8d. per lb.. Muscatel and other Raisins, Orangeland Lenton Peel, Jordan Almonds, ... . Figs in Small Boxes, Prime Dates, Bottle Fruits, Jams, Marmalades, Confections. Prime English Cheese, - Ramornie Preserved Meats, Christmas Cards in Great Varie ty For "theso 'Very - Hot Days-WHITE COATS, at 7B., will turn the Fiercest . R*y...\ . :'? \ ' Quilted HAT COVERS-^A safo Proteo- | tion from' Sunstroke. Napior SUJNBRIMS protect the Eyes I ...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From the Australian Associated Press.) Sydney, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

/ LATEST TELEGRAMS. {From the ^Australian Astociated Press.) . | Sydney, February 1. ?SLa the - Assembly .to-night, pursuant to . notice, Mr. Piddington moved a vote of cen- sure on the Government to the . following weffect :-The contimied maladministration of affairs is calculated to inflict serious injury' to the Colony. The debato is proceeding. 'Sydney, February 2. .The debate "concluded at 2 o'clock this . : ; morning tho Government obtaining a ,'majority.of 3. . , »The rMinistcr for Lands, has tendered thc -resignation of his soat in the Cabinet. A man named Lynch has been killedJn..a prize fight at Bourke. , The Englishmen won thc Cricket.Match at Auckland in one innings,-by 22-runs. The Cable Delegates w-ero entertained by an excursion to the Zig Zag, yesterday. Maize is selling freely,.at 2s. 9d. to 3s. Advices from London dated 31st January, rtate.that tho British, German, and.Italian Consuls advise Prince Nicholas to mako peace if the' Porte cedes territory. The reported ...

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Miscellany. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

IN ICELAND.-A picnic, ending in a dance is a favourite amusement at Reykjavik and seems, a merry one, especially the gallop home in the ovening, as every one, even foreign sailors, must ride. Reykjavik be- came to us quito at home. "We were given pleasant rooms in the hospitable house of our guide and his wife ; the view of the Fiord from our windows, of which I have a sketch in a former number, was chann- ing ; but after all it was a town, indeed the focus of our ideas was.adjusted into feeling that it was a capital city, and wo longed for the wilds again. So it was with no Binall satisfaction that one lovely summer day, we journeyed with ten ponies along a good road to the merchant station of Hafnar Fiord, bound for the. conical range of Sulphur Mountains to the south at Krisuvik. Beyond this pretty sea inlet, with its bustle, shipping, and neat wooden houses, we came out on the great lava stream which spreads over most of tho south-west.- promontory-, of Reykjanes. Far and wide ....

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Fun. SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER."'1 .' - My household goods are all aboard, . ? -, * Their names I scarce remember, " " * And naught is cn.my hearthstone now. 'Gept ember. ; * . But soon the coming month shall come,? . .With humor grim and sober, .IV And then what's standing notv. will be Knoct ober. - A PEACOCK'S feathers may not point* à ~ moral, but they' certainly adorn a tail. .' " MK. MOODY has supplanted Mr. Sankey - .with Mr. Stebbins as a singer, hoping to ' get over Jordan on Stebbins's tones. : IT IS THE SHHEWD remark of a close ob-' server that women do not want equal rights ; half so inuch as they want more room iü.' the street cars. . No MAN can play a good game of-.whist) and kiss his right-hand partner between' hands. It is high time this fact was thor-1 ouglily understood. - CHICAGO revenue officers are beginning to, complain of their inability te tell by the aroma whether a' bouse contains an illicit; still or a sleeping aldcrmun. THEY TALK of putting journalists in jail for...

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Glen Innes Races. [BY TELEGRAM] [From the "Clarence Examiner."] FIRST DAY—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Glen Innes Kaces. [By ÏELKaiiAJi]. [From tim " Clursncc Examiner."] -? FIRST DAY-WEDNESDAY. First Hace-Tho Trial Handicap of 5 sovs. each for .star tera ..only, with 200 sovs. added, .for. «ll horses.;;. 1 "mile and a furlong. . Second horse to receive ¿£20 and the third '.£10. Closed with 36 nominations. .Mr.' J Carroll!» ch m Maude, 4 -years ........ 1 Mr. A Bowman's b g "Victor, aged. 2 .Mr. W. Kite's br h Dockwood, 4 years. 3 Second Race-The Hurdle Stakes, of 40 sovs., with a sweep of ¿62 each for starters, for all horses carrying welter weights for age ; 5.miles.; over 6.leaps, 3 feet 9 inches high. Second horse to receive J¡8 from the prize. Entrance, £2. Mr. W. Viveriri) g Rainbow aged. 1 Mr. J. M'Kenzie!» b g Unelo Ned, aged .... 2 ;Mr. P. V. .Anderson's Ajax fell and broke his'leg. Jhird' Race-rlho Sovereign Handicap, a sweepstakes of £8 eacli/for starters, with 100 8pv8. added, for lill horses, tho winner only to be sold immediately after tho "trace for one sovereign ; any...

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Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

. JRobïlc H&etln£.. .... ' A. PAiRiY Attended meeting- waa held at the .Court House, Lismore, . on Tuesday evening last, .for .the purpose of discussing certain 3>ublio .matters, .when. .Mr. J. -BAILLIE was .called to the Chair, and Mr. ~W. O. HARHAM t appointed Secretary. -, ' "" - , The CHAIRHAN, : whilo ' thanking theta for [ ; 4he honor done him.-said that .it was rather ' -disheartening to eeo such a small attendance, the more .especially as there .was. several im- portant matters to be discussed,-rsuch as "the bringing of tho - township of .Lismore .under the provisions 'of the To wns Police .Act; the opening of a District Court And .-Court - of -Petty Sessions ; the .appoinment of a Clerk of :Petty 'Sesslonsyrr-the rapid extension of the township, andrthe'increase -of business, rendering it impossible for the .-'«enior-eonatablo:tó]p»rfornl. those duties, in-, addition to his ótrn ;. .-tho "forming of thor .township, into a Municipality ; and .other ' unattors; all...

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The Aaturalist. DRYING UP SLOWLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

DRYING DP SLOWLY. * . PiiOFEssoK ' J. D. WniTXEY, in tho last númber of tlie '," American Naturalist," shows' that tlie popular notion tbat'the de- struction pf forests miich affects tho quan- tity of rain, is erroneous; Tho records which have'been kept of the height of waters . in the Danube, Elbe, Rhine ' and other .great European streams, show that they aro . carrying a loss amount of water than formerly. Tho great lakes of Cen- tral Asia ore now dried up,' and tlie .Hum- boldt country, once a vast lake, is now a dry basin.- Still in a .qualified way it is true" tliat forests arrest evaporation, cool tlie'ground by protecting it from the moro direct rayB of tho sun, and in that way -se- cure, tb a, country a far greater degree of moisture.'than it otherwise would have. But tlie denudation of forests does not account for the drying up of great lakes. Professor Whitney ascribes tliiB chnnge to solar causes, and his view is set forth ¡h the following summary : "The sun's heat is not...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Local .íin«l «ïesieraï Bfews. OAMSNDAHS.-Wc bave received -from Mr. E. Curter, the local agent ut Wardell, of a copy of a nicely got np calendar for tho year 1877, isiiued by tho Mutunl Life Association of Australia, which sny:¡ that its policies are indefeasible from tho dato of issue, at premiums at lower rates than most offices, while it was tho first office in these Colonies to free assurance, fron harassing restrictions. Wo havo , also received from the 'same gentleman (who has boen appointed the local agent), of tho Calendar of the National Eire and Marine Insurance Company of NOAV Zealand, which efl'ects insurances on Buildings, Stocks in Trade, .Stacks, Farm Property and Produce, Mills, Machinery, and Maufacturcy, Ships in Docks ; on Wool and Produce, from Sheep'« Isaak and all interme- diate stages tiil delivered in London ; on Goods from the United Kingdom to Ports in i tho Colonies, Premiums payable at Company's Agencies abroad; on rllulls of ,Vessel3, Freights, .and Good...

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The Family Circle. BEAUTIFUL HAIR; HOW TO GET AND RETAIN IT. BY A FAMILY DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

BEAUTIFUL HAIE : HOW TO GET AND BETA IX IT. MY A FAMILY DOCTOR. Every one, I suppose, JS aware that hairs are delicate tubes attached by bulbous roots to the skin-growing, in fact, from clus-de sac in the skin-around which are delicate networks of the minutest of blood-vessels, which supply them with colouring matter and nutriment, Moreover, hairs have seb- aceous glands at their roots, which supply them with natural lubrication, and this it is which gives the beautiful glitter, or glosse to the hair of the young, and those whose capillary attractions have never depended upon .shop oil ; or quack pomades. We never can get along without just a little physiology, but that is all I mean to impose upon you this time. The quality of the hair, that is its fineness or the reverse, is often indicative of tlie mind and constitution of the individual ; BO, too, is the colour, but this a matter I cannot at present enter into. Now; I have no doubt that some, whose toilet-tables are laden with t...

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ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

, .. _ rADVERTISÏNG. THOUGH -we hav4e: Veen- more or less connected with the Australian Press since thé .yéar,;ï,8'49i we are íutherj at a loss 'to'lâiôw.^''wTmt-jfvJe Syd-.. nëy;an'd;7ofc^éç ..iñetropplitañ àdver tiser&í^úlaíié' the^sendirig jof'their favors to the. country newspapers,as we see .some, papers ..running over the. samé', stöck advertisements year after year,~while others with as large a circulation eánnoj; boast bf Hollo- way's Pillsjtnd'. Ointment... -¿To giyo ari;éxamjpiô,iônly a yeay qr twp since' we undert£pk^ country paper, which' 'Was' at a " very.: low ebb,1 rand .'Jiaving by hard work i^SÉâ^^Mi'^J^ÛÂ^ S1?- a-ffaii^ we were "fairly rû'shjêH ^^it^^Sydhëy áa verfcisemente, ? '^feoirgli''';to this day we are ignorant of-the causes of our sudden popiilarity-rT-and wish we c.0^ffi£tf¿ ifê" ^|h^sämeJdii:Q.e5. tiori héi'o^^Móst Jpöp-ple^knüwHliäti .a wèil-wYiïieïrV^iii^;displace!5 ädj - {«axr-~iS i-i'4 i-"^ verfcisemsnt, ^changed -îtp' suit", the 4hmës-aBdSàea...

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The Northern Star. Lismore, February 3, 1877. BREAD AND BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

Lismore, February 3, 1877. j . ¿BREAD 'jߣ> BUTTER. Evm_ since our mother EVE ate the fôrbîàâën'"îrui'(j^''tliè"'' straggle for Breacl and .Butterhas formed a very prominent feature "in thë sayings arid ^doings of mankind, as; while some persons havë their bread but-, tered on both sides, others, again, can hardly obtain enough of the oleagiuous article to spread on one side of their crust; but that oar leading ligh£s-and legislators should be forced to discuss tba momentous of what they-shall eat and drink, and how. ; and what they shall pay for it, is very sad. However, judgV ing by a paragraph which appeared in our last issue, headed " Trencheir; Politics," such has t been!-iibö5^c|äeV' ^nd-^as cormng."-,eve^ Isha^ow^ 3nöre"^ops " tip^wlíethér ¿lie time ^^¿n¿1>'^tór^^-when we should'ten der our '. Parliamentary - represent- atives some compensation for neglect- ing their owrtbusinesa by attending to that of. theh Colony at darge ? in fact, .help. ; them ...to pay for. their...

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AS TO PROFESSOR HUXLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

AS TQ PROFESSOR HUXLEY, xua mummil. .uiigimu BcimiuuL, rruius ;8or Huxley, made but a short stay in New York, but his arrival was" the cause of a conversation between one bf her amateur scientists' and a matter-of-fact friend that seems to, be worth reporting. Thé ama- teur is an enthusiastic admirer bf Huxley, and lie spoke so extravagantly about him that the iriend finallyJiecame curious, and asked : . ? ?.'.'-' '"'??' :-'' . " Who in thunder is Huxley,' anyway ?" "You don't- mean to say you have not heard of Prof. Huxley,!the great'sciehtist?" "Yes, I do though. ' Never' heard' his name before. What has he done ?" ' '. " Why mah,' Huxley madethe important discovery, about protoplasm.". . " About what ?" ' -o'v; :?'-';?'' " Protoplasm." ''' ""' : . . ' ' ; " " And what;tlie"dicken8 is protoplasm ?" ."" Now,' look here, you dont mean tb sit there -and tell me you don't-know what 'protoplasm, is ?" -" ' iR Y 1 ? ' . , - ' " That's just it.' Nary protoplasm;" V "Well,1 protoplasm is ...

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CAREERS FOR THE EDUCATED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

CAREERS FOR THE EDUCATED. Speaking at tlie Californio University, Professor Kellogg said :-. ' ' . ' ? \Ye7: are interested'in," what is called "..higher_'education." V\Vedo what'wo can tb.give it favour in the eyes of the people;, we encourage the young to,'enter on this! higher education and to. pursue its'cbiiree; thoroughly, at least till .they ore fitted to' receive a university diploma. " . The arguments we uso to young people aro tbo,;familiar tb. need, repeating here. They tire such as these : You should make the most pf yourself. By cultivating your : mind,,, expanding it,; 'strengthening; its , pbwersj . you ' increaso, directly !and im- mensely tho sum of your being. .? Mental discipline and scholarly acquisitions make you more a. pbwer in tho world, and they add immeasurably to your higher and purer gratifications. "', Whatever - your employ- ment, , culture 'will be a ,'help and a joy in that employment' In words such os these wc. urge those who are still'young :and hav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

INDEPENDENT] ORDER OF. GOOD TEM- PLARS-"Hopo to Save Lodge, No. 28,"-j Lismore.-Meeta alternate Mondays at- Tem- perance Hall. W.L.D.: L. G. Snow ; W.C.T. : George Davis; W-S-: F. C. Currey. . WYRALLAH SCHOOL OF.. ARTS.-Officers^-] President: John Keep, Esq.,' Sydney; Vice president: Mr.'Thomas Brandon; Treasurer,' Mr. W. Arpuo; Librarian:'Mr.? W.' Steven; Secretary : Mr. W. Dixon. Night of Meeting' ; Thursday ; Place: School of Arta. WYRALLAH MUSICAL SOCIETY.-OfflcereV Choirman : James Beckenridge, Esq. ; Com- mittee. :. Messrs. H. .McKenzie, W. Argue,. IX. McPherson,. J. Burley, J.R. âtooka;. Honorary : Secretary and Treasurer: Mr. W. W. Dixon; Organist' for the Choir: Mr. J. R. Stocka; Laader of Choir: Mr. W. W. Dixon. Meeting nights for Practice: Saturday, 7-30 to 9 p.m., at the School of Arts Building. ' -CASINO SCHOOL OF AKTS.-Officers-Pres dest: W. C. Bundock, Esq. ; Vioe-presidenta : ' Messrs. J., Grims and R. Barling; Secretary:.j Mr. H. L. Jame«; Treasurer, Mr. A. J..Simp-...

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DANIEL DERONDA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

DANIEL DEBONDA. An a mere work of fiction, ," Daniel Der ronda''.ia .a. disappointment. /Compared ?with the works of her, early; and middle period it is tamo and spiritless.. Compared ?with her last previous work-^j" Middlë inaroli-it is.', inferior alike, in .vigor and structural finish. ¡; The action bf tho story ia sluggish, some of the incidents aro im- probable, and tho denouement weak and forced." : Indeed, the interest begins to lan- guish in the middle bf the second ' volume and literally dies out before tlie last chap- ter is reached., ."* There ia nothing' left1 for the imagination ; wo know just hbwevery tliin'g will end-must end-Jong before tho characters are grouped for a final .'presen-, tation to,thc reader.. More than'in any .previous... novel/ / George ' Eliot's 'fatalistic tendencies are apparent.. / Tho' dramatis, persomc are the mere puppets of destiny. They move. in on appointed 'groove' ? in .obedience to an'inexorable law of" their, existence. .. They aro hedg...

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The Sketcher. THE CHANNEL TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

:'I:,T;rÏB'' CHA'NÑ'EL- ''TUNNELS : [GEOLOGISTS: long ago caine io,we cpnçlu si on th at tho Channel,'bo.t jveep England'an d France is of comparatively^ modern dato.' , Originally,' : Groat;Britain,'?,vyasi ipart of '. tliq continent, and, the sea ibréalàig /in grad; nally swept away, tho land, irpndering bur country au,island.i¡¡ ^jien .Jthis'topk place i wo. cannot say.: r¡!ltK was,jlong; before'tho .historical, i era-7-many-,, thousands '. of ¡years since ¡j ,What ¡lends.countenance : tb.!this -belief, is thatithe. two.opposite cqastS|bear a.geological, rosornblance. Orí .both sidos thoro aro clifls, constantly lrndergbing dis- integration,^,, .Chalk, r is ; tho "predominant structure, and .stretches beneath ibo sba at ?noj great depth from: tho surface.The 'sumo i thing, may be/said .of .tho Isle of Wight; which.is nothing more than a piece, of tue mainland of-England, cut off by the invasion of tho .sea.. j.,., '...])...'. i,,-,The .separation, of : Great Britain, from iFranco...

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KNOWN AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 3 February 1877

.--- ! ?. 1 If ,(,!?! ? KNOWN Aï LAST. " : < A. Juno night such n Juno .night ! warm, blue rind breathless, and;moonlight. I aic> sitting all alone in the dear old Lon- don garden, and. the, canal which'runs by tho end o£,it, silverol by moonlight and occasionally darkened by tho shadow o£ a ¡passing burge, looks quito soft arid.Italian;, . Papa has had a few,gentlemen, tb din nor, and till they nro! satisfied 'with wine and politics, I prefer .tho gordon^ to .'tho drawing-room-the.garden full o£j moon- light and tho searching,scqnt bf ibe^ thorn. I ,am not long, however, to phjby'iriy' soli-, tudo, for herç is a stop close by, me, and tho glimmer of a cigar. ; " Ali! Miss Paisely," says a low, musi- cal voice, with which I am very familiar.' " Did you take me for a; ghost'?" I' say,; laughing. ; . ,' ' " Hardly. ,, I never yet hanrd of a1 ghost wearing flowers. 'I left the dining-room before tho others because I wished to have a few minutes' serious talk with you." ; ...

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