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The Age of the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

The Age of the World. The advent of 5654serves to remind as that considerable differences of opinion have pre vailed among chronologists as to the age of the world reckoned from the creation of Adam. Jewish tradition fixes the Creation at 3760 n.c., which added to the number of years that have elapsed since the commence ment of the vulgar era gives the date of the present year as 5653 A r!, Archbishop Teher's chronology differs from this by 214 years. He gives the date of Creation as 4004 n.c. There is no less than 144 variationa upon this point. It may interest our readers to be told afew of them. The Indian chron ology gives it as 6174 r.c.; the Babylonion; 6158: the Chinese, 6157; Abulfaragioe, 5508, Julius Africanus, 5500; the AngloSaxon Chroniclers, 51009; Kepler, 3984; Scaliger, 3050. Rabbi Lipman makes the date to be only 616, so that according to him the world would be 5510 years old on Sunday night, or 144 years less than the currently acepted number. Although Archbishop Us...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENCORES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

:ENCORES.' Encore is the watchwoa of artistic snc.i es" O 'this there-can be n gaib~nayng (say: the New York 4" Herald'). To be applauded is. somethin to be recalled, is a great deal; but to he encored is allthe pro fesslonat artist desires orasks. The performer who sets out ready to conquer takes with him an extra number for every one assigned him on the programme, aod not infrequently two or three, all for the purpose if encore. Often, for the good of the publh, and of the artist too, if he but knew it, the extra numbers are left in the wait ing-room in sand unrolled disuse. Often they are hurriedly and rapturously brought forth to fulfil their mission, and quite as often as not the result is a melancholy failure. F&R TOO OBLIGING. We are talking of professiouala. Un fortunately in the matter of encores seven.tenths of the professionals are amateurs. Occasions rise whilre nothing but a deadly stillness' in the house can possibly deter the player or singer from swooping on ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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John Will Be Missed. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

John Will Be Missed. John Cavenaugh, that got done up last week by a boy, is now like John L. Snlli van-a back number. As we said, Cave. raugh stopped his paper after looking through to it to see if we had taken back what we said last week. No, John, we did not, nor are we likely to. The only thing that we will take back is that there was no particular run on the butcher shop, and as to having both eyes blacked, they may not have been, but there was places on bath sides of your face as bare of skin as C. P. Walker's head is of hair, and the thought of lettinga boy of 130 pounds get away with you grieves us very much when we know that you weigh 180 pounds and stand sixfoot barefooted, because you wear no socks, like Jerry Simpson. We have only the use of one arm that we can use, but if a little fellow got after us we wouldn't bellow as you did. But never mind, John, you may do better next time. Had we said you were a bully boy with a glass eye, then we would not have sustained the gr...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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A COMEDY OF ERRORS. (Continued from last work.) [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

O: 1 TF ERRORS, -. (Cnti nwd;rnleostwaokt.) -8o M t:Noviil wenuttt ? Wale; and tin the gen dap tbh two young,; l diea rooed to Cohir. Flare declored her opinion:tht'to. bhe "at a loose end" was. the pleasantest way of trave ling, and that Abraham wasee the wise man, who wont out not knowing whither he went. It is ne.dles to remark that Mies Williams had reotored the flopping mantle and th pokebonnet to hi r mother's wardreba. She and hbr frien t were dressed alike in dark blue, with smart little felt hate and Etonjackets. Their felow-pa'nengers looked admiringly at the two pretty young creatures, and wondered who they were. Their uilimate destination still undecided, they stayed two deays in Paris, and came to the conclusion that Fr?nchmeo: were sometimes rather staring aid rude. Then one evening Flora wrote the names of several countries on slips of paper nal jumbled them in a hat, and Jessica put in her hand and drew one out Spain was written en it, and the younger girl cried "HlI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

Advertisements. '0 KFATING'S LOZENG;ES." " A Simple Facet shout " KEATINGS COUGH LOZENGES. Ak throngliout the world, in soany country that can le named, you will find them largely soldl. There is absolutely no remedy that is so speedy its giving relief, so certain to cure, and yet the most delicate can take them, Of A TIIsIIIBLE COUGH I ,' 01, Commercial Road, Peckham, July 12. " Dear Sir,-I am a poor hbad at express. ing my feolines, but I shlould like to thank you. Your lozenges have done wonders in selioring nsr terribltl cough. Since I had thp operstiou of 'Tracheotomy' (the same As the late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him, thank G d, I am still alive) performed at S . Iltholomew's Hospital, no one cmlld possibly have had a more violent cough ;it was so Ial at times that it quite exhausted me. The mucus, which was very copitus and hard, has been softened, and I have been able to get rid ofit without difieculty.-tam, pir, yours truly, J. IIILL." UTTERLY UNRIVALLED The above sp...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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North-East and South. NOTES ON LOCAL AND GENERAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

North-East and South NOTES ON LOCAL AND GENERAL   AFFAIRS   (BY WINNOW)     ;M\: tarra, ks not having lately appeared it in. the CociUalE's colunns suomen - Ih picutation is needed. It is shortly tl?i ni -that I was engaged settling the dill in culty which has arisen between the Klt imn of Siam and the French Republic. pn Having done this, and had the order. f Im the White Elephant and the Sun-strud' tilt Cocka.tto concerred on me, I noh all resurme my lucubrations with apologies qu foe my absence. But one thing I cannot ref understand and that is, that Fniglas aor has any just ground of complaint ag.in tI to France nii the Siamese al.lir. Englancd ad you clniow sooped down in llormahll id to '" citred " the ruby nines--tie ilne;i pa rub ilmines i Ithe world. True, the 0 King of Bturmah had a playful haht of i sacrFtcing :ioo of his subj-cts at a time, lit and divorcing him.'eli from all his wires o iqtickl.er en lihan the ShieldJ'...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Commercial. DAIRY STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

DAIRY STOCK REPOP.T. Fat Shnep.-Tll,'wi I:lst e,-l.'a sh,,rt supply a mucl: l.arger nu er t anb e Frawtic-. 20'0110 hating been yardcI, imnluhln 5.70 ) fito: liverina. e:ra prim,. anl h :;vi . croslbreids sfn&lred m,-t. S-.ul:e I. as,-re turne, ount insc] 1, ned 1,000o pri e I'V- r:at welthers ILot arrir -I l -ate a. re oot ,IIlke2 plime clas tred wethers r,,n 0i t, 11-. et lew" do, to 11 ; .I p; l me cro-, r,,l ew,?. Fat I.anhs-l-15.300 were pennel. Th suplnly prnned Ite:nl in ex.'." .f tra.[ renqi ricillts. I'ilis e U fSi i latn lii,- :;.1 to tt..iiitc -em Ito S o ; I g l d. to Iit. 0-lI :at Culves.-1-9) were pcna: 1, t?.LcrI r. It' sins-rl ticll of si I It.' tc i In i?H;.i. ,r d ý;,' e :- 1 tonts. Thie de-nid ias inarli.: at forr-" quiotatiois. Prime i . so!?t-ti , 4, to [S I loll, itorn 2? to J3; ; seolld tin infl-li-r. froan 1s ato On.

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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BROADFORD V. WANDONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

BIROAD.FOtII' V. WANDONG. A RETURS manth hbtwren th:"ee terams was played at W,.:ndong on S.tuidary last. the Bro:d ord t?rm beinig ionly 8 men tronk. Brrladford bittled lilt, a;ld compilrd a total of So runs, : rgr bring top scorer with 26. Fothergiil i5, alnd Dlo?rn (ub) 12 next. Ti.e hone teram wos disposed of for the small totalr;f 9 runs, no p!ayer reaching double hgurts. liBradtord then went in for their second innings, and put up 21 runs, for 3 wickets, Regan not out being-respon slble for 16. Campbell secured the bowling average for VWalrndng. and Agg for lBroad ford. The following are the scores :- BROADFORD. F. Fothergitl, c Munro, b Ryan 15 G. Shepp.rd. b Munro ... 7 Davris. c, b Munro ... ... I Agg, b Camnbell ..... 26 Trrzise, I.b.w.. b Munro 7 Craig, b Campbell ... ... o M1tiler, b Campbell ... ... o Regan, b Munro ... ... I Kirby, b Campbell ... ... o Brown, not out' .. ... 12 Ryan. c, b illunro .. . 2 Sundries ... .. 8 Total ... ... ... 79 J. Mluiro, 5 for 30; Ryan, ...

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Food for Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

A GREAT many of our farmers do not realise the en. rmous importance to them selves of ensilage. "They say that t?ere is not enough of natural herbage to enable them to inake silage, but th:.t is one of the strongest reasolns why thley should grow crops especially to rrake silage with. Si!age once in the pit will F keep good for years, and it is at all times nearly as.good as fresh green herbage for the stock. If there is enough of natural herbage, the silage will keep. but if the natural herbage is defcient the silage will keep the stock in good crdi tion. An acre of green slulT put into the silo will keep a beast three times lonoer I than if it were made into hai. For eer\ ton of hay there are at leat four ton, of green stuff required, but the :four tor: of green stu waitl make neattly itlr ton, of( silage. The farlmer wh-o practices ei lage will always have piltIty of (;.,-h succulent?food for his stock. and whil-t his itmprovident neighbors iare hing all their cows and horse, -rn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

NOTICE. DISPOSAL OF IUTCFitl.RI:NG BUSINESS. •-. AVINGsold my busincss to M1l. L-.. -- ST' R I tak1 e this . ,o)Lo tcl ity tot t:.- k the pub!ic or pat su?pl' rt, ,, i ?;aicit a continuance of same to m .t. .r :or. N. BIDSTRUP, To the inhabitants of lBroadford and sur l:,au ding districts.' R. LANCASMI ER, HaITing purchased the abm-oe o hct-rrinon ]ultiness fronm Mr. N. lHid.trup b- strict at ention to business and reduced price, trusts to get a continuance of support. Roast IBhet ... .. 3d pr I Sirloin e e ... ... d - Steak ... ... 3!4d Fo.re Qr Muotton 2d Ilnd Or .1lutton d... Chops ... ... 4 Legs lMutton' ... .d Rump Steak .... Sausages ... 4d All other goods in proportion. Hatving a Steam small Goods Ptlant and w th quality, o'oanlineso, and civlity defiles conpetitioo. *Terms Monthly.: R. LANCASTER. N. WIMBLE, .ATF Seretary for Land and Re-istrar of L'tnd Tox), Valuer. Land E COPIES OF THEOURIE B3 o.?Dro0 CO0URIER. May be obtained at' MISS R. PARKER'S, Next the Post Office. ''P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

Business Notices. WANTED TO BUY. .a ABBIT and Opossum Skins, Hides, Bark, Sheepskins, and Beeswax. LLOYD BROS. AND MAGINNIS are cash purchast rs of any quantity. PLUMBERS & TINSMITHS S lair and Ogg, HIGH-ST, BROADFOR , TANKS, MILK &'CHEESE VATS; &c. Milk and Cream Cans at reduced prices, Mrs. Abley, MIDWIFE AND LADY'S NURSE PINesasn Sr., Broadford. Frst-class RIe ferences. W. Palmer, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, BROADFORD. LADIES' and Gents' noots of all descrip tion made to order. Aspinall's Enamel, In 50o beautiful colors. USED by all the aristocracy of the old country. Non-poisonous., Easy of application. Dries quickly. 'Does not crack. Revives and beautifies old chairs, baskets, bedstsads, Dc. It is a pleasure to use it, and the results are most pleasing. SOLD BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. McLean Bros. & Rigg Limited, Melbourne, SOLE AGENTS, NOTICE. rTIlE best and cheapest stock of . Electro.plated ware, gas and kerosene chandelebra lamps and brackets, registered ...

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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by correspondents. INFORMATION FOR FARMERS. To the Editor of the Broadford Courier. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

We do not hold oursel'e:; respor;sirbe fo: opinions e::pres-ced by correspcr.der.ts. INFORMATION FOR FARMERS. To tlI. lilor oflre l::.I"or./1 CneLe'. Sto.-I h 'e a boiok iln mv po-o.irt the ecnten-; of which may pu.',e uae 't' to s,,mei of your rvto.'.oCo ho ;r.: fotl::rt ,r ;r- iers It is a '-t-: d :.- rk ent:t01, " Ilurtus Gtamineu- '.,.,burnensis " (The W/burr. Gras Ga.rden). aInd it is an :ccount cf Serneriments (in the productive and Iutritiv? nlpetties tof diffr o t t gr:,lreo and other pIas'ts 1:oso rs the folod t the n:. e valu :at d.rm.sotic animtalol and pointin S t the l:nl most st.io:.ble for piema:.:.t i .tc rt. cuotains t ooe retuho re .,:r tp.r m-nt. instituted be the Duke of BIdford, and booires boien itl.str.tcd with coltred pt.tr o has practicl ob.erv,:tions oi t'!. o obits of tt- various gra.-'es aodt the -oiL most suittble for their troth. I am row e?ng tgd tco!! "tin sp c rime:i-- -, i( gr00 s:o s gr,,';ng in this district, a:,i un am :e to avcett .in fromt t!;i...

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The Broadford Courier, AND REEDY CREEK TIMES. [?] EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

An? RE:my CtcEc Trls.t?n. s.. . .. ' . FRIDAY NOVEMBER 24 1893 tosTro,:..--lt is nltioitd enewihere that the sal::of th e lic oi: olrd Pa. kl is postponed till ticemrher. l.osr--On Friday last a pound note was 'st, and the final r will be rewaodcd on re tu nin s; me to c.ae of this o ce. it'rt.-Twe ship.n.nt; of the local dairy o m npanyo., butter have so.d ,t 6 3-. c per et. hicoh is wothfn Is. of tup p, ic lit','?.c? t::c-\Ve hear that a hair tr,-ih;- ,,hir: is to be opened to-morrow iSt nr, !.ry', in the premtis s in llig'h-slttt ,cxen" uoccup'd fr that purp;-e. I nooooto .111 ~.0u ha conooltof t· lo'oonat:'n D:. : t :sT .-- i jr C. .heredith Iah l.dnti't, tilo be in iroadfod tooto. t:ro' Mh No. t C4,',ePa le'. 1 cfrom toanm t 3.eio p.m. l'::.0 D R:n v..n.-ht is currently re t l t .M'Cot:. is :bout to be removed from I olrulfrd.t an td th:t Mr. Cottle, of Nag:.m bi stati on, ii to be' his succesor. Sitnot l.\l:eton :!r'.tý :|or:-'The Ct chn ,m it,,:d h c ii,,n whi ch . :is held a...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

WIT AND HUMOUR. l In Lapland-Courtship. Whly is aprudent man like a pin! Because tb his head prevents his going too far. " When was yourlhte uncle's inaanity dis- to covered ! " " After the will was read." th " Well," observed illobts at the seaside, in "the beach is dirty with wreckage, but we m can hardly say itis not tide-y." I When a woman sets her face against so anything, it usually has to go-except it ar happens to be a moustache. a "I tell you, Susan, that I will commit u suicide if you don't have me." "Well, a Thonmas, when youhavegiven me that proof of of your affection, I willbelieve that yo love TI me." toi Bobbie: " Last night, when Mir Wensdi- sai nyto wascalling on sister Clara, I went into re the room suddenly." Ills Father "And so what did you find out ." Bobbie : "The gas."[ "Mas ary Jane, you aayyou had no company ae in the kitchen last night. I couldhavaworn it -" "Oh, unm?" " I mean, I'm sure I on heard a kiss there." "Sure it was only the Fe master, mum." ea "W...

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Home and Fireside, [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

Home and Fireside, FImt-SCALE W~OI g.-lTle morter I nist be careful in preparteg th fisli-scal-s before using. They must be washed to cold water uith plenty of yellow soap, and after rinatd in free-h water; scrape off any black that re mains very carefully, thefn dry by putting thenr singly between blotting paper. They are then fit for use. I always do, as described directly we get any fish and put them away n a box ; when dry always have them ready for use. Itetneberalways to twist the wire from you. annd keep the twists always the exine way, and in putting on the leaves put all the one sile under the stem and the other over. The wire is Is i;d a reel ; you get it at Burrage's fancy shop. l,,een's Walk, Melbourne, and thier" is a good deal on a reel. Yov will like it better than any other faney work, for you can capy any flea or flower in nature. as loung as you baye a fl.h-scale big etouglh to cut it out by. Schnapper scales are the best for maiden-hsir ferns, and lerch scales are...

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Broadford Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

Broaadfordl Siire Coapel.dL .,a'- ordinary monthly mneeting of the it asore was held at the Shire Hall on a :M3onday last. Present : Or;. McLeod (iresideat in the chair), F.erguson, ti liolwell, Zwar and Lloyd. t The minutes of last raeeting were hi .-ead and confirmed on ihe motion of tl Cr. Lloyd, seconded by.:Or. Ferguson. ti CORRESPO.NxEnCE. n From oflice of Government Statist asking for statement ol the population a of the distirict.-Received. I From 0. P. Williams, Glelidoro n Park, calling attention to tihe ruts on a the roads on each side of the Park, and suggesting that the road on the east si aide he repaired with rubbish from the I, brick-kiln at a cOst of £1. tl The Engineer said the expenditure of £1 would be no earthly use. It i "would require a lot of wok to put the place in order. fl On the nmotion of Cr. Lloyd secon- I ded by Cr. Holwell, the matter was deferred till preparation of the esti- ei mates. From the shire of Strathfiehlisaye n calling attention to the att...

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Financial Affairs in the States. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

Financial Affairs in the States, "When we disembarked at Liverpool,'" said an American!who has just arrived in London from New York, "I went to one of the principal hotls. As I had met the manager several tgles, I asked him how business was. 'st good,' he said. Plenty of Americans arrishere, butthemaiority of them are here but day or so when they ra. ceirove cables. Thin they turn about andgo back."'" " But why in such a hurry to return!" askel the "Pall Itall" representative to whom he was talking. " Well," was theaeply, "you may call it temporary instability in financial affairs. Things do seem to be in a very bad way in the United States; but I tell you that at the' bottom the country is, financially, as sound as a nut. The banks that have been forced to close their doors have, in most cases, two dollars in assets to one dollar of liabilities. But their assets are tied up. They could not realise, and as they could not pay cash on de mand there was only one thing to do, and that w...

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THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

. J THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. m' Turner is the first member of the Ans tralian Eleven to land on Australian soil, and it is plain that he has arrived in a condition of 'bottled up wrath. To a lef representative of the "Argus" he ex i plained that he "did not want to be t. interviewed," but he added with warmth, ag "I will have two or three things to say a- directly when it suits, and if I do speak I we will make it hot for some of them." The 3y AustralianCricketCouncil was mentioned and Turner remarked, "Aye, Iconldmako of them open their eyes if I had a chance." Turner, let us hope, will have his d "chance," and will perform with success t and courage any eye-opening operations 'e that are necessary. Nobody wants to ,r exaggerate the importance of the Aus tralian Eleven and its performaances; but it is a matter of sober fact that the repu s. tation of the colonies, to an extent be t- yond what, perhaps, lure reason can oe justify, is wrapped up in the character g and doings of thlie E...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

In Memoriam. --o WEE SYLVIA. Only one lily in our garden grew. So lovely wasshe that, from far and near, Her beauty and her sweetness often drew Admiring friends to aee the bonnie dear. But, in our joy, we had a secret fear Some thief, unseen, would climb our garden gate, And stealthe low'r we were so proud to rear, And thus for ever seal our darling a fate, And leare, alas! our garden desolate! Aholy Stranger came along one day, And, looking o'er our little garden wall, Put forth iis pierced hand, and took away Our treasure flow'r-our one beloved all. Oh! how our hearts were steep'd in sorrow's gall, Until o iss'd our flow'r and made reply "I love your flow'r-in Eden's fields it aba Bloom where no flowrets ever droop or die ! Come up, and see your darling bye-and-bye!" Jo. t Ir= MruEwick., East Brunswick.

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 24 November 1893

HERE INAf THEBES5 BYr TaE Msae aourr Towr I notice - that at the ball given by the Governor and- Lady Bopetoun on Monday, Mr J. B. Patterson danced in the Lancers. Well, England once had a dancing Chancel lor: why should not Australia have a dancing Premier? But I can't imagine Mr Patterson , dancing. So far as I have sized his boots-I have notconsulted Mr Trenwith in this matter -he does not seem to me to possess a "light fantastic toe." Rather I should say, is it a heavy fantastio toe. And his bulkdoes not snggest itself to my imagina. tion as being endowed with dancing qualities. Of course, you can never tell. I am quite prepared to believe that Sir Bryan O'Logfilen plays tennis, and that ,Mr Speaker Bent is an accomplished high flyer at leap frog. It may evenbe that Sir Graham Berry, his legs not withstanding, is an incomparable hornpire dancer. ButI can't reconcile myself to the idea, of our hippopota.mesioal Premier dancing the Lancers! I suspect that while he was careering th...

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