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HOW TO DISINFECT A COWSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

HOW TO DISINFECT A COW SHED. Tt is always good practico where a contagious disease ot any kind hns gained access to tho herd to disinfect tho entire stable. In fact, this is often imperative if it is desired to .st;inip out. tito disease. Disinl'ootion is absolutely necessary where tubercu losis has gained accosg to tho herd. Bui letin 12«'i of tho Pennsylvania State College of Agriculture recently nub ishhd gives a plan for disinfecting tho stables which is valuable for thi« as Veil as for somo other disvas«»s: 1. Hemovo all manure, litter, loos-* dirt, tense, rotten boarns and scrape Mm Hoor clean. '2. Sweep the ceilings and walls free from cobwebs, dust. ai.\d dirt. 3. Wash tho lord boxes, manners, bails and partitions w;th hot water containing enough lye of washing pow der to cut tho dirt. Scrub all these objects vigorously with a still' brush. ?I. Spray the wails, codings and floors with bichloride of mercury koIu .tions(MOOQ) or^/i carbolic. ";«ciUi'fi'ofiU'firi- (ii'otr'ciu;l...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS, j I (lJy MAml)tosine. Tho average I'Yonch woman dre*so* in nothing but ratine or in aonio cloth oi iho sumo family, known under tJiu namo oi volours-Uo-Jaino, or volpeen, bul always very nuicli tlio aamo tiling to look nt. She has it niatlo into a funny littlo lailor-niado and trimmed with buttons and fur collar and cull'*, and with it bIio woars a chifton blouse in tlio sumo colour over a very ligby eolored ehilTon lining. When it cold .sbo adds a stole and muff to lier toiletto, and her hat will probably ^ bo in velvet to match the costumo. Ibu* turned out, alio will bo sufficiently .'dressed" Tor shopping, visiting in tho ordinary way, or lor a ton in nn hotel or tou-rooni. Her shoes will have short patont-leather vamps and oloih tops, and her glovos will bo cither yel low or mastic suede. If quit© young, sho will wear her throat H'tiV., '.if. , shy ij'ufc:r^av?i«d lii'i-' fifc>t"youth ;fih# Will har«* a high"guinipo. It. is considered 'fa'r better tasto to ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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WATER REQUIREMENTS IN PLANTS. (W. C. Palmer, Agri. Editor, N. Dak. Agri. College.) [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

WATER REQUIREMENTS IN PLANTS. (W. C. Paltner, Agri. IMitoi, N. Agri. Collcgo.) Di/Forout crops require different- am ounts of water. Theso Amounts nls<> vary for each crop under different cli matio conditions. A knowledge of tho.>o uater requirements of tho differ ent- crops may m .'t ineasuro servo as ft guido in selecting tho onus best adapt ed to certain Motions. Brigg,s ami Shunt of the Hureuu ot lMunt Industry, Washington, D.O.. have carried on in vestigations in the water requirements ol different crops at Akron, Colo., and" at AnuiriJio and Oalhart, Texas, in 1910 and It'll. Tho results of those experiments are given iu Ifulictin So. 2a Ilmcau of l'lant Industry. The average of these experiments; are as fol low* : --Pound* water required to pro duce n pound of dry mutter (whole plant) ?-millet 275, sorghum 30G, pig wood 275, tumble weed 277, Russian thistle 33G, corn 301', sugar boot 377, rapo -til, potatoes J IS, wheat 607, bar ley 530, buckwheat 576, oats G...

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KERANG AND DISTRICT TENNIS TOURNAMENT. THE FIRST OF THE FINALS. COHUNA V KOCNDROOK [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

KERANG AND DISTRICT TENNIS TOURNAMENT. TTfr; FIRST OK TIIIv kinar,s. cohi'na v KocxnkooK, The first of tin.' two finals for the championship (gents.) in comiec tion with the Kerauk and District Tennis Tournament was played be tween Colutna and Koondrook on the court of the latter last Saturday afternoon. 1'misual interest was manifested on account of the highly-critical position of the rival teams. Dr. Naukivell, who played in conjunction with the Colutna team in the earlier matches was absent, his place being taken by Mr. Douglas. The panics were played w ith exciting vim : but from the first the superiority of Koondrook asserted it-self, and for sometime it looked as if Cohtina was out for a aound beating. Their form somewhat improved, however, as the day progressed, though not sufficiently so to enable them to get even with their oppo nents, who beat them by 8 games. Afternoon tea was served up at intervals, and nil enjoyable time was spent. Scores:- Kwart ami Vains beat Keely an...

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MISTRESS PRUDENCE WENTWORTH'S THANKSGIVING. AS WRITTEN IN HER DIARY. A.D., 1775. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

| MISTRESS PRUDENCE WENT i WORTH'S THANKSGIVING. AS WUITTKS IX JIKIl DIAttV. A.D., 17?o. I S,.vw.W 'Jii. 177.-,-.\VI,:,t. wit!, Tel; imk ami iMi'pai'ntK.n for our K,Vi,t. (luv ot 1 mink-giving lor tho morrow, a* appointed }>v his Maj,stv\ governor ot this colony, ami what with entertain >"K n young guc.st,. I am so weary, | would I could slight inino diarv this uight j yot did 1 make solium promise to my>,ell upon tho Inclining ot' th.x year of our Lou! that no night woidd Und mo,omitting io sot torth 0» t)u-n pago* that which bofWi mo dutim* tho dav. sinco only in'this wise w'!f I l.v nolo, torefresh my mentorv ami relate to .my dear futluT. now hi his u hI'm:' V6wj?)."o» tho high woas these < -<m , mohtlis gone, all tho things -vnivi hart? transpired during hj.s groat ab .soticc, - ' Woid.s r.mnofc oxprevi my anxiety lo ? ?co my father, ami ;;s I look with mv.i w;ck»d. vanity into mine httK» mirror this. H<aht with iho aid of tho «atu>k...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

. CRICKET. On Saturday the Cohuna team visited Keratifr and were defeated by 3'J runs, a . result chiefly due to the fine score of 78 by Scott. Addi son also contributed- 33. Tlie bowling honors went.to Dryden, who. captured five wickets for 39 runs; . Of Cohuna'.s total of 127, M'I*'arlane made 47, and 'linker 17. Bartlett was the most successful bowler wjth."six wickets for 50. Following are the scores: ki:uant.. Addison, b Mcnck 33. Scott, 1> Drvden 78 Druiuuiond. li Hunt 16 Ikirtlett, b M'Fnrlane 16 Pike. 1) Dryden 1 Kelsull, c Caltli'r. b I'rnntz ... . ... 6 Palmer, c M'Fnrkine; 1> Dryden ... 0 Grover, I) Dryilen '..." ... ... 8 Yco, b Dryden ... t 0 Hvett, not out ..." ... 0 llcnry, nlwent .... lr... _ 0 Sundries ' ..." . ... .... 0 To'al ... .... 166 Howling. - PranU, one (or 26; Dryden, fis(- fur .iV; Menck, one /or ai'I-'ar laiic, one (or 45; limit, one for 26. coiir.VA. Splatt. li Ilartlctt ... ... ... ' 12 Culdvr, !i Ilartlett 2 Jiaker, li Drninnioiiil ... 17 Menck....

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THE MAGNETIC IRON SANDS OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

THE MAGNETIC IRON SANDS OF CANADA. 'flu; Department of .Wimw «t Ottawa | ha& recently pubUslicO un account of the'magnetic iron sands at Natashkwmi, Quebec, Canada. Tlu-ro aro several deposits of magnetic iron sand on tin; , north bltoro of tlio Gulf oi St. Law rence, beginning nt tho mouth of the I'ortueuf Kiver, nppohtio Kimou-dci and Father i'oiut, tho pilot and first call point for St, Lawronco steamer* pro- ! cceding: west, ami atrvtoliing /or over 100 milea at intervals, eastward along tlio north hhuro. Tho only depo»its u; ! real magnitude ua yet discovered mo i those at tho mouth of the Groat Nat ashkwan lliver, 100 miles ea«t of Katlior Point. Four utile* wout of this place is a good harbour protected from all winds, and with livo fathom* of watut cloae in hhoro. Thia harbour, which is at tlio mouth of tho Little Sntanhkwun Kiver, i« open [torn May till tho middle of November, and ha* a Government wharf and telegranh Malum, TIICM) iacu, espccuilly that relating lo t...

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ODD MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

ODD MENTION. Forgetting care and loss, W if hnn»«ward turn nt evening .seek ing rest, Sureenso of sorrow, and a refuse! bftbiL, (Jourag*> to boar UtV» crow. Serene the moon jdmictf 'jrigjfc, The flowers close thuir totals; nngels keen Their loviug vigils o'er us, and we sleep £>aio through tho long, still night. Ono good joli well done bents a dozen that are "good enough." Ho is not kind t-o Jus children who dot'» nil ol their work I'or them. Yesterday must bo handled very care fully and gingerly when wo would try to make it lit to-day. Keep nn old «ip arid coat hanging up in thu barn to slip on when you have ft dusty job to do. Cover the better olothes with a cloth of some kind while doing this work. There are just as good people living j on the next iurm as you will bo likely to iind anywhere. Ue neighborly with them. .Some folks &<.om to think that boys are like postage slump* when it comes to doing little jobs arouitd homo-they need to bo lieked to tnnke...

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The Cohuna Railway. CONSTITUTION OF THE TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

The Cohuna Railway. CONSTITUTION OV THE TRUST. A meeting of the councillors of the Shire of Rochester was held at the Shire Hall. Rochester, 011 the 12th inst., for the purpose of constituting the Klniore-Cohuna Railway Trust. Cr. Crawford pre sided, and there were present: Crs. Mathews, Dobson, Doherty, Martin, M'Master and Keogh. Cr. Martin moved that the Presi dent of the Shire (Cr. Crawford) be appointed chairman of the trust for the ensuing 12 months.-Se conded by Cr. Doherty and carried. Cr.; Crawford,, in thanking the councillors for appointing liiin, said he was new to the business, and.would depend 011 other coun cillors for assistance. Cr. Doherty moved, and Cr. Mathrws seconded, that the shire solicitor (Mr. T. N. Woodward) be appointed solicitor to the trust. -Carried. Cr. Doliertv moved that the com mon seal be affixed to the orders to treat.-Seconded by Cr. Dobson, and carried. : " Cr. Martin asked if some of the ratepayers wished to pay up their rates in 3 years, coul...

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

Till? ' Cohuna Farmers' Weekly. Friday, March 20, 19X4. THIC COM UNA RAILWAY. TiiBri: will l>c ;i general feeling of satisfaction and relief throughout this district at the knowledge that the Klmore-Cohnna Railway Trust is at last an accomplished fact, and that it has already held its first meeting. It. would be a pity of pities, however, if the Trust were to allow strictly personal and private views regarding the equity of the Railway I.ands Acquisition Act to become a distracting red lierriug to thwart and delay the urgent and all.important work of construction. And that may very possibly happen if the Trust, in stead of concentrating itself upon its direet duties, falls to quarrell iug with the Government regarding the legislative status quo. Such a disposition might very conceivably be made a convenient pretext by the Government-not over-flushed with mone\-, but over-run with rival claimants-for long and in definite delays. This lias hap pened before: it might happen again. S...

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THE MEAD ITINERARY OFFICIAL PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

THIC MKAD ITINERARY ORNEIAL I'ROG RAMMK; The principal and specific pur pose of the impending Ministerial visit to the Column district is to enable Mr. Watt and his Minis-: terial confreres to sec the Mead district, and ascertain for thetn sely. s from perso lal ctv-.ii ry on the spot the true state of affairs there. To this end no/pains are being spared by the Mead settlers and residents generally to make the trip as pleasant and profitable as passible." The Mead programme, as finally revised by the Committee, is as follows:- Motor cars contai 11 - taiuing the party will leave Kerang at S a.m. 011 Wednesday, 25th, ar riving at Mead at 9 o'clock. An inspection will then be made of the alkali areas. This is expected to occupy the time till 12.30 p.m., when the Mead Progress Associa tion will entertain the visitors at a luncheon to be spread in the Me chanics' Institute. After the lun cheon a public meeting will; ;be held,'" awl a seri.es _ofhqtiestious .drawn.'tip by., the" Associati...

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The Premier's Visit to Cohuna. SOME MODIFICATION OF DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

The Premier's Visit to Cohuna. SOMIC MODIFICATION' DAT I CS. A alteration of dates is announced in connection witli the impending visit of Mr Watt and his Parliamentary colleagues to the Cohiuia district. It was originally arranged that the Government party should arrive at Keratig next Monday (-\!rd >, and proceed on Tuesday to Mead, going on in the afternoon to Column to \isit, if time permitted, the Gttnliower Is land the same day. On Monday, however, Mr 1'. Kirliy, secretary to the Coluinu Agricultural Society, received a letter from Mr II. Annus. M.I,.A., stating- that the party would not he in Column till Wednesday the "The Premier," he explained, "has to attend a Cabinet meeting on the Monday. You will notice," he I adds, "there is a slight alteration in the programme, which is to meet the wishes of the Premier." This merely means that the pro ceedings will lie put hack a day. The revised official programme, for wliicli we are obliged to Mr. Kirhv, is.ns'follows):- , Tuesd...

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

Public Notices. C. H. M'LENNAN COHUNA. AGENT FOR Mitchell ami Co's Agricultural Machinery. Mutual Life ami Citizens Insur ance Company. Allen Five Insurance Co. dentistry. A M'K King, Recovdcd by the Dental Board of . Yic'oni'; s-. ';<t' re-Anii, -fa- putiiih '. Vihiiii.: iivi'ti .fiifjTOtiwfin'Bi .dis- ; trict Lir.il lit htw. restwuil'-the prae tice of his profession, ami that he i_-.ni he consulted at Mi- .J. Mdvetv/Je King's residence, King Edward Street, Cohuna. Crown & Bridge Work a Specially. Visits Ot-NHnwiiK on the 1st and 2ml Monday (Sale Days) of each ninnth. THE "MELBA" TEA ROOMS. - Main Street, COHUNA. - High-Class Confectionery, WITS, DRINKS, ami Al-'I'F.RNOON TEA. SUP 1' K ES FOR n A X C K KS . Catereil tor. A. A N D B. H A L L. H. S. K. WARD/ 24 to 33 SPKNCKR STRTUiT MELBOURNE. GRAIN CHAFF & POTATO MERCHANT. Lucerne Specialist Manufacturer, of " 1TA-W A ' Oat Flakes and " CORK BIRD Oatmeal. These are obtainable from all the leading Grocers, ...

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IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO CROPS. Experiments conducted for the past fourteen years have led 10 tho follow ing conclusions of interest to tho prao tiia) fanner in the matter of rotation of crops. Potatoes require tho least wati-r. and leave tho suh^oil rich in moisture. They therefore leave the coil in a mure favorable condition for subsequent crops, provided that tho getting in of' the potatoes bo not un duly delayed and that nitrogen bo add ed to the soil in \a readily assimilable form, IVas are another orop which &Vjrl> little moisture from tho soil; oata, on the other hand, tako up much. Ar far as tho inoishiro of tho soil is con cerned, it is better to grow wheat after rye than ryo after wheat. Olover ex hausts tho moisture of the soil in tL^) highest.degree. Tluia in dry years, fi crop sown after clover will find tho con ditions .of fcho soil unfavourable and will develop slowly.

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Terribly Tempted. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

Terribly Tempted. SEUIAL STORY ANNABEL GRAY. iiT',n Wred look u[lun J,,.,. t|1 -addon %rt'"s,',:n ^ &*> ^ u . I ? """u''l if learn: a .sudden shrinking, sm-i, M ,m .imy, . "ho,, a cubr,, ullwiJs sue could not aim or. why « as sL u|ways so imitf keimo |"m«.?. " did ho mean:- What were'tlios.i articulate wnispers an i warnings th-it made lii'i- l,"s Vuvcr;- *",.7 X V , ",Ki uesl,i's«l b» iDgS, she wituso vimim iciimuiuo nnil enthusiasm, Ullti lutein geu'llll Iii Kiu fill so mauy-*,<ied j" vlti(I,$Ulr and ,io"d sho trembled noiv; piivsical heltiles. ntes prostrated her stre/'igih again sought hers. p thk^S-*', 1U'VC l""'U 4lisarPuuiteJ in this silence, expecting (.owe ouii-k res ponsive, girlish avowal. \ i,,,.. severity .tolo over hi, loatures. chmmvl ' h" lK'ld 1,i,u cnenpijl u0 , ..radices. Lie, was narrow, *jt m"v "e common in his 0l lioHf5' ""1 !""d-' ".'l .11:uk il!s °«" light »ers de socwtu«, written in ladies' a?d «'<'<"« «..«««!.&...

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

In Memoriain.. IIokh.-In loving memory of our darling, Isla IClsie Ilorc, who ISIarch 19th, 1913, aged 3 years and 4 months. Oh, whnt joy amoit£ the angels ! Wlmt a burst of nmsic rare, When 'thuy saw our little Islev \Climbinj; up the ijoldeii 5t:ur;

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

Easily the Easiest Motor Cycle for the Rider! There are many reasons why the New Hudson Motor Cycle is the easiest to ride-easiest to handle-easiest to control and look after. Briefly because it is British ? built-strong in the finest parts - can't possibly get rattley. Beautifully sprung-giving the maximum of comfortable riding over rough roads. , Sensibly equipped with handy lever and controls and large roomy footboards. The New : Hudson is absolutely reliable. . > . At present we are selling direct imported machines below city prices. Pleased to demonstrate to intending buyers. 2%, 3'/£, .and 4 h.p" with | side cars, just imported. John M'Kay & Co The Progressive Stores, Pyramid Hill. T. L. Grange (Late Matthew Trcacy), General Blacksmith and Wheelwright. GUNBOWER. Waggons, Drays, Earth scoops, Harrows, and General Agricultural Implements built .Order. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. G. Palmer, MAILMAN All parcels carried by the Kchuea mail cart will be left at M...

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

Auctioneers. Shackell, White and Co. (Established 1S64.) ' STOCK and LAND AGENTS. KCHUCA, CH'XUOW'KR, HAR HAM AND KVAISRA.M. Echuca Sale - Every Saturday. Gunbower Sale-First Mon day in month. ? Trust moneys to lend at lowest rates. Harms for sale or to let in Goulbtirn Valley, Fchuca ami Kiverina districts. Stoic Sheep and Cattle always for Sale. Particulars on application to Shackell, White and Co., Auctioneers, Kehuca. William Wallace and Co. Auctioneers and Special Land Salesmen, KERANG. l-Icad Officc-Bull-street, Beudigo. Sales conducted Kkkang-Sheep and Cattle, al tefnatc Fridays; Pigs and sundries .alternate Fridays. X.AKK CHARM-J-'irsts Wednesday ill the mouthy Gunbowkr-Third Monday in the month. COHUNA-Last Tuesday in the month. AndrewS. Muir & Co. (Andrew S. Muir) STOCK & STATION AGENTS Head Office KERANG liranclies Cohuna, Lake Boga and Swan Hill Kerang Sheep and cattle sales every second Friday. Pig sales every alternate Friday. Cohuna Stock Sale. Last Tu...

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MOTOR-DRIVEN ROAD BUILDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

MOTOR-DRIVEN ROAD BUILDER. I " A solf-propjlod rond-buiMm^ .-nia chmo has bciui in Ikw ^Uigvius with rvMilts that ;uo: wu<l to bo viuguly "wvtistactory Yroiu the KtiixidpoiuU oi ot iioiebc.v aiid" «xmo»>v.v' which doos nil Uk!> work ix z ais-v$hH clor, distihato burning &as< en^mo 01 sU* horsu power, winch opii'ati^j.a h'I'Ks ul bucket churns that .uig tlis -aioii to.<atv depth to-eighteen ukuk-S, miu tiitv ir»ot» armed buokesaro ho pouvrtul tunir thv"v will cut through 4 lunched pavwui'nt1 il it U* dosircd to rebuild-ui(i slrcr-t*. Uio. earth is picked up J>y ti.K'6u bu<> kots, earned TO » uuxur-. m the body ol tuo machine, and thoroughly com bined with auy il^ircd binder, hut n.spljultum or crude on, mid in . thotL sproud evenly and roiled, nil in one ot'Cjution. A trailer contnmmi; the btudcr follows the ;Uvuchino, :aild/it 'u« jno.-.ssaiy to have a string 0/ tJu-.w in rundiuow* us the device operates "ith j iircai s...

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CHAPTER VII. ALICE DICKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 20 March 1914

CUAl'TEU VII. Al.lCU DICKSON. .Curbed K> the sickly form* t,ml crl t'vom hornet; Is ;u uvea v\u«; Cursed W. gold that- , K'Ws ll* straitened forehead 01 the tool. .V va«*uo i-uMJ-oiousiio-s that dangoi lurked Tn Leonard's love otwu immf L»»oiv\s state nl miml; for lieis was one of those exquisite and f^usiuv'i natures that are alt'ecled bv trifles and signs wholly invisbli? and u^meatong t0 °USlK? longed to accept her happing with ardour, and her excess oi poetii ie.liug made her even maguily it to » « rt'aiwiit degree.) b'« a />«*.> tdid sometimes arise and darken that fair horizon oi her dreams - that S1VOJL anticipation uf ]oy and love. The arrival oi .Miss Alice Dickson at Mvrtle l.odge brought about an imrea soii-iblo name oi mmd in Ignore. "It would bo horribly slow «llll0u' j the C-olouel," muttered Alice; 1 can llirt liiw." , , t\ , Alice was the average type of the modem young lady; P1*1'-1!1* *§?' "" more sellisli and narrow than the fcen crnlitv of her bisters. l...

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