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FOOTBALL. ALPHINGTON v. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

FOOTBALL. - ALPHINGTON v. HEIDELBERG. Several players showed qualities which surprised those who followed the match between Alphington and Heidelberg, held on the Alphington reserve on Saturday last. -There are certain players from whom we expect good things always, such: as Worle, Youren, Reynolds (captain), and McDonald on Alphington's side, and Oram, Gill, and Hodgson for Hei delberg; when we see a brilliant dash by these men, or a difficult mark, or cleverJkicking, it seems quite natural, and we take it as a matter of course. The men named, and a few more of like calbre, play consistently well, and but on very rare occasions do they fall to mediocrity. But it must be said Saturday's game showed some men up to perfection, who do not have an opportunity to shine at every match. Among these men, Keir and White on the Alphington side were conspicuous; they were all alive, and were never left in bewilderment when a tough position arose. Their me thod was really wonderful, and they we...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADIES' HARBOR LIGHT GUILD [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

LADIES' HARBOR LIGHT GUILD By the kind invitation of Mrs Cole man, Miss D. Coleman, the local honor ary secretary of the Ladies' Harbour Lights Guild, and Mrs Vivian Dunn, a number of ladies were entertained at the residence of Mrs Dunne on Wednesday last to hear something of the guild work in connection with the missions to sea men in the Port of Melbourne. The chair was taken by Dr Adam, and he was supported by the Revs. A. G. Gold smith, H. K. Vickery (chaplains of the mission), Revs M. James and H. A. Haslam. The Revs S. L. Buckley and D. W. Weir sent apologies. The chairman outlined the work of the mission and commended it to all shore folk who loved , J'ck." The senior chaplain, Rev A. Goldsmith, mentioned that during year 35,212 seamen had attended q-'e"ts and socials)which were held 0 in~stitute every evening, while 2~79 seaman attended the services hId in the Sailor's Church. 8,221 1Iters had beesi written by seaman, and 7,916 had been received at the institute for them. Th...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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The "Commercial" in an Indian Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

iThe "C. ommercial" in an ;;··· :- Indian Bazaar. P::i-I'opular conception of India is of I`i.necessity based on what illustrated - :-. papers dish up for us, and as they seem to prefer in the main some of the imposing buildings and streets in the European quarters of oRom S bay and Calcutta, varied occasion ally wibh views of the famous show places, such as the Taj at Agrat or some notable Mosque or Teni pie, with which the country abounds, we naturally think of India on the same broad lines as the pictures yisualise for us. But this is not the real India;to get to its heart you must leave the hbroad streets of European cornm ..merce, a~ind (l dive intp its bazaars, _ ihere the teeming millions of na ti~l '?es ?still live to-day exactly a. rthe? did hundreds of Sears ago, and :i they vi..ll, in all likelihood, be. liunihoun hudreds:oft y ars hence, fcr thei: i?'placid fatalism- of Easteri tem perament abhors change and innova ti6n, and calmly defies all the laws of hygiene and sani...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

" The very first Suit he tailored for me settled the ques tion. Materlay, &ut, fit: l"A- finish pleased me so well I siqi!Y couldr t pas dti for P~,xnt. Let him tailor you a Suit and see if you don't agree with me. His Suitings are exr- - ceptionally fine. Pat teros post free if you cannot call. (r$nm. Siad *JOHtNSTON Sy. * ..; :o·so W ANTED, Boy to learn trade.-. Morris's Red Boot Shop, Ivanhoe. F RUIT Growers Waggon, in real good order, American undercarriage, brake, wheels new, hickory. Good value.-Adams. opp. Btate School, Heidelberg. IVANHOE RECREATION ASSO CIATION. A MEETING of the General Committee of late bazaar will be held at Ivanhoe Hall on Monday, 22nd June, at 8 .p.m. Business.-Receiving and adoption of balance sheet. eet. . WALLIS, Hon. Sec. R-ECREATION Hall, Heidelberg. Saturday, June 20th. - Maurice Gerald's Dramatic Co. will present the beautiful Irish drama, " Conn, the Shaugh raun." Proceeds to be devoted to building fund, St. John's church, Heidelberg. Ma...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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ST. JOHN'S ORGAN RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

ST. JOHN'S ORGAN RECITAL. St. John's Church of England, Heidel berg, gave an organ recital in the church on Wednesday evening last. Miss E. Proutt (Mrs Arthur Dean) was the principal contributor to the programme, which was one of real merit. In Bach's Toccata and Pugue in D minor, a com position bristling with technicalities, Horsman's "Curfew," Boellman's Gothic suite, Lemaxe's well-known Andantino in D flat, and a florid Toccata by Du. bois, Miss Proutt was heard to excellent advantage. She elicit a full t;oge froq her instrument, anid plays with neatness and expression. The choir rendered thp melodious anthem, "The Lord gave the word," and later joined forces with the St. Mary's Quartette Party in an excerpt from the 12th Mass of Mozart. The choir was specially augmented, and the quartette party, consisting of Misses Dunstan and Sturgess, and Messrs Fleet and Winsor, was a well-balanced com bination. Violin solos by Mr A. Dean, and vocal solos by Mr Will Winsor, also gave great p...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Railway Time Table, Heidelberg Line. Following is the winter time table on the Heidelberg line [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

Railwag Time Table, Heidelberg Lille Following ie the winter time table on ... the Heidelbetgline Melbou;e (Pri~ence's Bridge) to Heidelberg. Week Days (Saturdays Ex'd.)-a.m.-5.40, 6.0, 6.211, 6.32, 6.47, 7.0, 7.14$, 7.30 (H.), 8.0, 8.32, 8.45:, 9.33', 10.27, 11.8; p.m.--12.12, 1±35, 1.12', - 2.12, 255, 3.22, 4.12, 4.45, 5.0, 5.15 (H.), 5.36, 5.52, 6.4, 6.25*, 7.5, 7.35. 8.0, 8.30, 8.55, 9.22 (F.), 9.30 10.15 (E.), 10.35, 11.5, 11.30. F.-Fridays only. E.-Goes to Eltham Fridays only. - Saturdays.-a.m.-5.40, 6.0, 6.211, 6.32, 6.47, 7.0, 7.14$, 7.30 (H.), 8.0, 8.32, 8.45:, 9.3?, 10.27, 11.27; p.m.-12-5, 12.15', 12-37, 1-0, 1.10, 1.40.- (H.), 2.10, 2.40, 3.10, 3.48, 4.48, 5.15", 5.42, 6.0, 6.18 (H.), 7.5, 7.33, 8.30, 9.15, 9.55, 10.30, 10.55, 11.30'. Sundays.-a.m.--10.5 (H.) 10.45 (H.), 11.0; p.m.-12.40, 2.0, 2.32, 243, 3.10, 3.40, 4.25, 4.55, 5.37; 6.0*, 6.53, 7.25, 7.42, 8.40, 9.25, 10.0 +To Alphington only. $To Ivanhoe only. 'Through to Eltham. (H.), Through to Hurst Bridge. tStops C...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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NEW STONE CRUSHER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

NEW STONE CRUSHER. The new Hatfield stone crusher, re cently purchased by the Heidelberg coucil, is coming up to the most san gune ozpectatiqn.. It is stated that at prxesent it is dcrus?ing ab9ut Q yfrds o stone per day, 'which is a considerable amount. The crusher is installed at Fairfield, and no doubt residents will have a feeling of gratitude towards it as they observe the roads steadily improv. ing through being metalld.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SEASON'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

SEASON'S FIXTUESs. Following is., the_ draw, nmatches being on the ground of the first-named Club: :'- ' .econd Ro.und. Juce 20.-Fairfield v. Alphixigton Greenshorough v. Ivanlioe;-Diamond Creek v. Fairfield; Juniors; Heidelberg, a bye. June 27.A-Ihliugton v. Diamond Creek; Fairlie' Juniors v. Fairfield; Ivaunhoe v. Heidelberg; Greensboreugh, a bye. :. .July 4.-Fairfield v. Diamond Creek; Allihington -. Fairliell Juniors; Heidelberg v. Greensboroegh; Ivanhoe, a bye " .July ll.-Ivnuhoe v. Alphlington; Dia mod .Creek v. Greensbornugh; Fairfield v. Heidelberg;' Juniors, a bye. SJuly ..18.--Heidelberg v. Diamond :Creek; Greensborough v. Fairfield; airlield Jun iors v. Ivanhoe; Alphington, n bye.. July 25.-Alphlington v. Greensborough; Ianhoe. V: Fairtield; Fairfield Juniors v. Heidellierg; Diamond Creek, a bye. SAugust i.-Heidellerg v. Alphington; Dinamond Crock v. Ivanhoe; Greensborough v. Fiairlield JTuniors; Fairfield, a bye. August 8,. 15, and 22.-Semi-final and final matches. As th...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves responsible for, or identify ourselves with, the opinions expressed by our correspondents. COMPULSORY TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

LETiERS-TO-THE EDITOR. We do not hold ourselves rponible for,. -or ia?tif onou?Vleg with, the opinoa I ,msed by oea eor suposdente COMPULSORY TRAINING. - z : a,-Finding I am unable to obtain justice, I write earnestly appealing to your readers to use their influence to protect Australian lads in various States - from unjust treatment from the Defence department;. My own son at this mo ment lies in a solitary coninement cell in ilhe Queeiscliff fortress for no other S miedemeanour than loyalty to his parents' views of Christian teaching, and Sthus our cherished rights of parental ,: control has been forced from us. Our /i: Tom, a lad of 16, was sent to Queens ? clif? on Wednesday last week for 21 ? day's for refusing to train under the De :: fence Act. My wife and I aremembers S-of the Society of Friends, and hold strong convictions against military ' matters, a principle held vital for cen turies; in the religious views of the Quakers and others, and however your readers may difter ...

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RECREATION GROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

RECREATION GR.OUNDS. The following is a statement of funds of the bazaar held on 9th December, 1913, held in trust by the trustees ape poi4ted to expend on recreation grounds : -I1eceip:t.--.agh recoiycd from bazaar, £120 7/7; interest £4 1I/11 ; toa1, £128 6/6. Expenditure.--wings ere'ctd,'£18 13/3; paid off part liability on pavilionh, £20 18/6; paid off part liability on croquet lawn, £26 1/3; paid off part liability tennis court, £62 13/6; total; .£125 6/6. As the armounts alloted were nlet suf1icient to carry out tkie work ncessary to make uitrable for pl4ayig on, a further sunm of £177 7/4 was expended in completing fence around courts, croquet lawn. tea house, laying on water and gas, &c. This amount has been kindly advanced by Mr W. R. Kennedy and it is expected that the liability will be considerably reduced by the late fete held, the balance sheet of which will be placed before the members at an early date, when the credit will be allotted off the libility of each ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

TELEPHONE, 5804. E. TR EMI BATH, (L.P.B.V.) Pharmacist and .Photographic Chemist. 377• BRUNSWICK STREET . .. -.~F ITZROY. AT this well-known Pharmacy now established over a quarter of a century, none but the Purest Drugs and Chemicals are stocked, conse quently patients can rely on the ex cellence of all the Drugs used. We would call particular attention to our Dispensing, Department, which is well appointed for this class of work, and anyone favoring us with th'eir prescriptions may rest assured that only Standard Drugs will Ibe used, and the most exacting care exercised in their preparation. SThe Proprietor has. much pleasure in directing attention to the following Specialities which are most admirably adapted for the pupose specified: :BRETON BALSAMIC ELIXIR For Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis, Croup,. and Chest Troubles generally. T HIS popular Anodyne and Ex pectorant has been before the public for many years, and has met with increasing favor as its value has become known. It quickl...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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GRAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

GRAND CONCERT. With the object of augmenting their church funds,; members of the St. Paul's Chuirch of England, Fairfield Park, gave a grand concert in the Fairfield Hall on Monday evening last. The weather was most uninviting; rain fell at intervals, and the air was distinctly cold, but that fact did not deter a large audience from as sembling; from the first row of seats in front of the stage to the forms at the .rear of the hall, all seats were occupied, and as it subsequently proved a highly enjoyable entertain ment was afforded. The outstand ing feature of the programme was the excellence of the items. It can be said with truth that each artist who appeared was well worth ,hearing, and whether they showed their talent in song,. recitation, or-in strumental solo, they gave it in such a way as td delight the listeners. Miss N. Lording struck some intro ductory notes on the pianoforte, and displayed a rare execution. The item sounded much like one by Liszt, in its florid array of ...

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MEN'S SERVICE AT ST. JAMES' CHURCH, IVANHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

MEN'S SERVICE AT ST. JAMES' CHURCH, IVANHOE, The Church of England Men's So 'eiety connected .ith S;. James' Church, IvanhQe, completed the fourth year of its monthly n2en's ser vices on Sunday afternoon las, .at which a congregation o. about ffty men was present. The service WJhich, as ueuaI was quite of an informal character, consisted of three hymns,'all very heartily sung, and a few special intercessions, clos ing with the Lord's prayer in which all joined. Mr. G..T. Prescott pre sided at the organ and played two voluntaries. An announcement was made that as next month the aai versary services .wouM l-bi?e? they would take ep.tcial -;.o and would be celehrate.g lioth in the afternoon and evening. NQtices in our adver tising colunns wilU be made regarding them, The Rev. S. L. Buckley, M.A., gave the address, and chose forhis subject "Things that Puzzle Men." Prelimi nary to dealing with difficulties he had set himself to answer he ex plained that he would not include those which ...

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FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v. GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

FAIRFIELD JUNIORS v. GREENES BOROUGH. This match was played at Fairfield before a fair gathering. The Greens bor'ough captain won the toss and elected to kick with the wind. The first quarter was very evenly contes ted, the scores at this period being:- Greensborough: 1 goal 1 behind; Juniors: 1 behind. The game then resolved itself into a scramble, and all play was trans, ferred to the wings where Gittins (Juniors) and Elliott ('Borough) showed out prominently. The Jun' iors could do anything, however, but score; thetfidie defersivework pIut up by the Greensborough backs .counter acting the great efforts put forthi by the opposing forwards. Greens borough continued to pile up points anda. very poor game ended leaving Greensborough victorious. Final scores: Greensborough: 4 goals 7 behinds; Juniors: 1 goal 5 behinds. The wind, no doubt, greatly spoilt what would have otherwise been a great game. Best players for the winners were McDowell, Chanter, Sp!att and Rid dell; and for the Ju...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

Dr. Basil J. Adam "WURROOK." IVANHOE. Hours 9- tole i.m,. 7 to 8 p.m. 8:-:- Sat~rdayl and Sundays, 9 to 10 a.m. ,:.I Vaccihation-Tuesdays, 2 to 3 p.m, V~i-:i isits FaIRFIELD daily 11 a m. (Sun j ·:days excepted. Messages may be left at Mr McGregor's, next Mr Marsh's, Station : sitreet. I -: H · R H. KIRWAN KING HEIDELBERG. -May be Consealted Daily, 9 to 11 am Visits : Eltham-Mondsys, 2 p.m. Greensborough--Mondays, 4 p.m; and ;? Thursdays, 1 pm. Diamond CriLek-Thursdays COddtellows Hall), 2.30 p.m. Whm,·. - - Private Hospital (Begeistered.) "K: , OlRA," S EIDELBERG-ROAD, IVAN ,'o.IS?ation. -....Patsentm aocom inroW and after N-R-4 J AC KS0-~N (Certifeated,) PRIVATE Nursing Home. (Registered), " SILISTRIA," Corner YItRR and HAwDON STRagTS, HEIDELBERG. (Near Station). Patients received pending and during Accouchement. FEES Moderate on Application, Mrs :HOLFORD MOLTB (Certifiaated). M R F. LORNE KELLY, (B.D.S.,L.D.B,, Melb. University) DENTIST, 110 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE May be consu...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

Phone. City 6oi VER1EY& CROSS .. .....? ? . . -. ? ? ,P • .. ItATTERS and MERCERS. a-r?e The LEADING IIHATTERS, WODROWS' TRESS'S and DENTON'S. - variety of Sprine Goods Opening Latest Designs in TWEEDS & COATINGS Our repreeentative (Mr H. Oraw ford) will wait on customere throughou' the district once a month. ONLY ADDRESS: 242 Smith-St., COLLINGWOOD" Housekeepers I Do you know it PAYS YOU to SAVE YOUR FAT&BoNES COOLLEOTED IN EVERY PART OF THE DISTRIOT. Highest Prices Given. egG Post Card to E. B. Roth, STEBMPLESTOWE BOILING DOWN WOB8. RROBERT: DICK, Hjouse . .Decora'tor, lmporter of W1idow Glazss, Paper kcpnsings, 484 414 (qi~rger' . eguisites, - EG8 to. Intimate~ that he has Moved Shis Businese to premises lately occu pied by Mr Eade hEiDELBBG kOAD. .IVANHO0 . Thone, Heidelberg 82. A" d trusts by good workmanehip and sup plylig only the-best materisl to merit a shre of public patronage. A. Lewis, 35: QUNBR'S PARADE. CLIFTON BHILL Has a large assortment of Fa...

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AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

AUSTRALIAN WOMiEN'S NATION AL LEAGUE. The monthly meeting of the Heidel berg branch of the Australian Women's National League was held in Ivanhoe on Tuesday afternoon. There was a good attendance, and as it was the last meet ing in the financial year, member's books were brought in. The percentage of ballet papers returned for pre-selec. tion ballot for Spnate was 66 in this district. In many .oul ry bra.ches it was over 80 and 90 per cent. The hen. sec. reported attending qiarterly meet. ings of secretaries on June 3rd, when reports- on organising were received. Delegate reported from council of politi cal doings up-to-date and the great ueces sity to see ~hat all1 members names are i- new rolls -o be isued directly. Bourke electorate com ittee ?et -last Saturday evening, and then had a joint meeting with the People's Liberal Party. It was decided to advertise for a Liberalcandidate for bourke, and it is hoped that a representative man will be patriotic enough to come forward. Mrs ...

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TOPICS OF THE WEEK. OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

TOPICS OF THE WEEK. OURSELVES. To enable us to find room for the whole of. the reports available, this week's NEWS consists of 6 pages. Busi ness people are recognising the value of the NEWS as an advertising medium to such an extent that we propose in a few weeks permanently enlarging the NEws,

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A Notorious Outlaw. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

A Notorious Outlaw. On February 26, 1895, a cable gram from America stated that Billy the Kid had been shot by Pat Garrett. Billy the Kid, ostensibly a cowboy, was in reality an armed guard and paid murderer. The "range war" in Nent MIexico was at its height. The men who owned cattle and those who owned sheep were at deadly feud with:oneanother and it was a question whether cattle or sheep should occupy the . ranges. Iilly hired hiluself to tie c..ttle o owners, and stalked shepherds as. men stalk game. lIis aim was deadly; his cunning almost -super human. When. the "range war" was ended by .the military' authorities, Billy turned bandit, and gathelring " round him a gang .of -~desperadoes,,C robbed lonely .ranches, and.imurderfed,',?* their inmates, until hIis name became a terror and a byword. At last even the "Wild West" got its "dander" up, and decided that Billy the Kid was to be hunted down.. They said that Pat Garrett, sheriff, or chief cbnstable, ivas the man to do it. Drivi...

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A SHORT STORY. (IN THREE PARTS.) (All Rights Reserved.) THE PURSUER. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 20 June 1914

'.iA HORT-STORY., S (IN THMEE PARTS.) (All Rights Reserved.4 p THE h.HSUER. By DAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY. Author of "A Lifc's Atonement,' . "Coals of Fire," ."Bit-of Human Natuare," " v..aker Vessel,," "A Rogue's Consoice," &c. PART I. "If you was a duke," said young Westwood-"if you was a king I'd have your blood for this, you vil lian! Let me get at him! Let me once-get my -fingors" on :,eohat "- py .old giznard of his'n and he'll never insult no more maidens in their sweetheart's hearing." He began to foam and sputter inarticulately with rage; and Far mer. Eddy took up .the talo. "Go. away, Sir Michael, ana vwork your will. All men know you. for a shameless libertine, but I didn't look for such an insult to be offered to my darter under her father's roof. Get out of honest folks' sight, if it's only out o' pity for yourself. If you think that death will be a shel ter for. your shame, you're a very 7';-ach mistaken man. Your dirty memory will: live- in this country-. side, if ...

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