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SORRY HE DIDN'T LIKE THE HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

SORRY HE DIDN'T LIKE THE HAT. Mrs. Hattie Talker (showing her suatiand her latest millinery venture) : Do you think it's n pretty hot, dearie I SMr. Frank Talker (who really thinks it beautiful) : Indeed, I do; it's very becoming, too I Mrs. Talker : Do you really like It I Mr. Talker : Incessantly. " Mrs. Talker l Oh. you .Just any that to avoid discussion. Mr, Talker My darling, I Ihink it's a Jewel of a hat. IMrs. Talker (after a few more gyrations before the mirror) t Whata lpretty hat this Is I (Pause.) saoy, dear, what a pretty iaut tlhis Is i iMr. Talker (trying to read the market ro. port) UTmhoinh I . .i DIrs. Talker I I'm sorry you don't like It, I had s hanpud it would please you. dMr. Talker (earnestly) I But It does, and I SMrs. Talker I But that's all, the good It does to try to plenae n husband. As Iliother alwnays asld, miln never notice wrlae t you wear, Mr. Talker t Iut, lay darling, I sold--- MIrs. Talker; (musing regretfully lit the milrror) At tIae lshop they al...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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ROYAL CHILDREN. HOW THEY AMUSE THEMSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

RO. AL CHILDREN. - "OW THEY AMUSE TIIEKSELVES. The bright Augustl issue of the " itnyal Mlgazine " contains nmnny pictures and a great vaiiely of readable items. Charles Winter discourses of " The Medals Our Generals Wear "; Flank Foulehim of " A Dog's Toilet Club "; and " How an Army Crosses a River" is told by Clharles Roy. There is also the usnual complement of clover fiction, inclding ".'Thu ltid Owl," it story of Iticholinu, duals. nord the BaItille. by Itafael Sabatini, unda very fuinny title called " The Lady Nauigtors,". by Edward Noble. Hut the dish of Ilhe menu is on article by F. Nhvil Jackson, entitled, " RIoyal children and theirToyei." Tile clildlren of the princi pal Europenl reigning funilies lire dealt with. nod untalrily our own JInyail babes coon in for the lionl' s share of ltteltion. 1N 'THE UATT'INEDIIE(R NURSERY, Mr, .Jaucksoni says: " Perllaps of ill the bronches of the English Royail Family, the Jlattenberg is the most unannuming in its mannere, and the simp...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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A REFLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

A REFLE?lTION " In your ndvoerliointll," a?id t|he I1RII }Withl tll0 RIUYlI nIlnni l ', iun fiu '.i* tared tihe ollic of tho ico company, " you 'any that there nru no mlorobre on thll Icu tlhat you furlnish to your uuatotnorne" " Yen, air," ruplied the tLrenurur, oII he piiced it Iblottur in front of his dii. menodl ld tlso lthnt the cller woutl n:ot have to llink, " nld wu lllllld by our annertion." "I hillld ?by it, too," nlld thll Inmn with th L)l110 i'\ tlllllll, "nd tI IhIv cailUd to btliving theIy Iru hailll'llin , J wilnl you wouldt dilrect your dhillvlry IIn ito Ilevl' lit Imiy res?lLdeclL , in: the fturlie, 'leo o Htlonc diInl'ninia Ihat two (l thn mln. crobrn, If I 'y fIlt I o inJl| lied, ronhl ol'lpl l I tL hIiltlmit Iunduly rIi(Iow(i llr 'nlIh 11e: Anll I will iromlis thnlt I will lot you holve lllll'o'wn wi, ' In livi'rytl,hin. wiil: il, I donl'lt ruiro(lllll' i lle: Yol dln'l l l' 81101 I mean the proisle.,

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AN UNCROWNED KING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

AN UNCROWNED KINC. Onu hoars 1a good deal litenlturo about in '" unerowned kings," but not many know lthat tIIere aro revlai who could cluim that distintlion literolly. " Wu Ise very apt," anny tho " Te'mple Mkli?gine," " to forgot that such great fanmiliun hanvo descendants, and that, in very truth, the heirs of King Mlarloa I. are living to-daly, iand thaint an in: Irending Ountinental wedrdillng will havo for hridegroom theu sol of a landy who in knownl as the ' White IRon Queenl,' nd who,' 1n the oldest of thi farrmiil. will ole tla ly he alylril Ih ' Whlito Ilonao Krigi,' Ilo i i firril, Ihilnd. soOme lollan, thin P'rince Inrpprcohl, Iand IIII firm frutureo 1in no way Inacuthiio wuact we kllnow of the Start, fetnure. P'riner IIp011. pr?hllt in Juat 31, nine yearn oldeur tharI hl rlureer. HIe is a very Clever, well relIr andcl Iurioh-tnrvll le 111111man, inlln ucmo of his aeconniln of his journrllYv lir oncaclderid gr nut ln litlons to ncenilllllo iteorary runarcrrh,'

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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THE GIRL QUEEN'S PERSONALITY. HER SIMPLE TASTES AND STRONG CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

THE CIRL . QUEEN'S _ PERSONALITY. HER SIMPLE TASTES AND STRONG CHARACTER. For the past two yearn Iltorest in the little couotry of d3 ke.an ii indiiillssl.hns lirrn lhightened by the attrncive figuirn of thle girl Queen in wllhom thie Ilollondlero cntri ail their loyalty, patriotismn, dlevolion. anr, hopen, and anyone o isiting Iol lland now. for the first time, must he inovitably stanl ri by tile entluiinistic deomonstration of real alfee Lion on the part of thie people for thhir Lb loved " Wilhollninje." She is proving more and mor stIlrs.. tive as she reaches maturer wmnlunhooll , aind the sweet, naive expression of her bouny face endears bur to all. dShe dlresees will simple taste, but elegantly, and yet, in spoiL of the womanliness of iher attire and her queenly bearing, the freshness of youth und her sweet mnidenhood manifest thlrmel.ve in her bright ey is, peach-bloom complexion nod winning smile. Wilhelhniina's childhood naturally dilffered greatly from that of other childre...

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MR. DOOLEY ON THE CHINESE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

MR. DOOLEY ON THE CHINESE TROUBLE. Mr. 1)ooley han been letting his friend "Hinnjasy ' know what he thinks of affairs in Ulilni. Here is a smatll'sample of his philosophy:- .. I" ere am l, Hop Lung Dooley, r'run nin' oe little liqnorstoroe n' p'rhups rainig' a family in LthII' town iv IKooclto. I don't like foreigners thoee nity more thin 1 do here. " Along comnes a baldi-headed man with chin whiskers fron Batraboo, Winconoin aun' says lie: ' Benighted nod haythen Dooloy,' says he, ' yo Have no God' he nays ' I have., says I. 'I lihave a lot iv thim,' says 1. "'We're doing tll' best we can in th mutter iv gods,' says I. 'As f'r koowin' things,' I says. ' my people wrote pomes with a niarkin' brush whin th' likes iv ye was r'runnin' ar-round wearin' a short pelisse iv sheepskins an' benti' each other to death wit st aln hum mere,' says I.' Then came the men with Armour's canned boef and Aunt Miranda's Pan Unkes, and the railway surveyors. " Uuaey," says one of tioe latter. " atrotell...

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OF PADEREWSKI. HIS STOUTNESS AND OTHER MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

OF PADEREWSKI. IOIS STOUTNESS AND OTHER MATTERS. It would till many. volume s to recite all the interesting incidents of a Plderewski tour, for, apart from thoe artistic: side of his trduous tthough very remunenaotive voctioo, something new happens, iearly cuery ley. Still, in the iag of discretion, much must renmin unpublished until thie chlroniclnr of a future genvration may undertake to trll the ltany ailes whlch ought not to slnk into oblivion. ln spite of all possible precau. tions. however, it number of events hIve leaoked out, and tio " Stretch " is in a po1) Lion to reproduce a few stories releting to occurrences during his ltst, the fourth and most successful of his Amorictn tours. WIIAT CAME OF AN INNOCENT LREMIAIK. Right from the very beglnning, at the hour of his arrival in New York, an inno cent remarkl made In a jocular way gave the writers it chance. The artist looked tile plo ture of health, after a spendid voyage across tihe Atlantlic in the moagilicent shlip. Ocean...

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THE SPLIT COIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

T1'Ill: S11L1T COIN. I I tilruu pln la It pla(' of winod thus~ . andlt Il\y the ola upon thoIhULI LItha platco i hea of ntalphiii bolow tll) plem of money, 1111e anotherl' Il~lo w Iho Ilii Iloium( In nloct , you)t v11 I ltoetclvd Iiouu It. (LiA ) Ii.

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HE SETTLED THE MAJOR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

HE SETTLED THE MAJOR, Among the assembled officers at a re-'I cent supper in South Africa was a very pompous, self-opinionated major, whose rank commanded for him a respectnble hearing, but whose habit of instructing his brethern in matters military, both in add out of seanson, made him rather uno popular. Winston Churchill and the major sat side by side at the table, and the martial potentate voiced his opin ions in his usual manner. Churchill bore the iniliotli:n dumbly for a season; then, taking advantage of a.pause, when the major wanted totake breath, le said, very compiacently and Irrelevantly: " J)o you know, major, I met a man Ihis mornlng who would gladly forfeit fift, poundd for the pleasure of kilcidg youw" " Kicking me, sir," roared the angry major;. ' kirkingr me! I must ask you to mention his name imrmudmtiely!' " llut the finct is, major, I ua not sure that I ought t tell you," replied Uhurch ill, with well.assumed caution. " But I insist on knowing his name at once, ...

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ASTONISHED THE BISHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

ASTONISHED THE BISHOP. A well-known bishop was not long ago entertained to dinner by a dowager whose mneans are sarcely to match tier long and ancient lineage, says" Woman's Weekly." So fallen are her fortunes that sthe no longer keeps any male servanlts, but for tile occasion, lahcobcailied the services of a former butler who had s1l up for him. relf in her nei ghbturhood, and a young lad who, she thought, would help the butler at table. - The youth was very ignorant, and all hie eflorls of the mnanlservanlt to bring hinm to anything like ellinieiney were in vain. Finally. the old man waxed face. tious at thu expense of the lad and when the Ialter took advantage of it telm poraty absence from lth room to Inquire of hia preceptor whatL h shonlddo further, the butler answered impatiently - " Stand behind the biashops chair. and whenl his lordship takein a glais of wine take your napkin alnd wipu Ilis mouth!" All uIlquestioning, tlle. boy, accepted the injinctlirans serious, and, to t...

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THE DAMMING OF THE NILE. A STUPENDOUS ENGINEERING FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

THE DAMMING OF THE NILE. A STUPENDOUS ENCINEERINC FEAT. '" th splendid lirrlgation:;works that hiave been constructed on the Nile, reclaint: to, thie' uses of tile :husbanld mnan vast aiesds 'of- lanhil that'lhkvd hitherto . beein ' accot~'ted' 'trijd aid wovbi'lhless cdel sert:.: : : "'hoe great feature of thei woik ? tie monumncital * daitt at: Assouhn , by, far tho~ gt'di.test- achlovenlltiti'ato" its kind in ancient o lbhdWit ftibs; whihi Awill.i form ia reserdirr In thu , Nile v; tiljey; c?pablO, of istoriuig 1;000,000,000o tons-of :ater..' : i13y fair' the l iost Iiniioi tatit of the works, now cbiistiitotll to eniablh tlihe witter Htbredupi? ifi tl?b grei' r-??g tervoir tio'be utilizedto the grelaths tadvantagoe ls:the Balrrage across, tlhu Nile- at*"Asslotit; about" 250 inllch a bove oiili'd,w wllch twiis cotiuii'ttced in ' the s..lwter;6uf 1t8 ,isuid cotiiildtId s. few iotitlihs ago. .Thl'o total' length of .the struct'lre .is 2,750ft;, . or: rather ilmorel tltili half( a i...

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THE LATEST ART. HUMAN BEINGS MADE INTO GOLDEN STATUES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

THE LATEST ART. IIUMIAN BEINGS MADE INTO GOLDEN STATUES. Dr. Variot, a French scientist, claims to hatve discovered ai process by, which the lhuman body may bo coatted after death with gold or sitl ver arld ipreserved for ever. AntltolopoplIstisi is the cxpressiva nai'ne' given to this latest I'aiisian : "ti'{, ttiid it is I riitoured that several riclh iticilbdr' do Friieih society have .tirciady coilitacted to hIavo titemsel v;s:ipreserved iii gobl(l-after deLth of cLdlise, fil no: raittter how much of art' arty uIithutlai, ta pcrson nra lbe, lhoi.rsolila'o catoel" h' b iilling to' step" alive iaito in eledttolytoe b.li b lid r-: iauin thier lnotiotileis for a week or two, just.to enrich somiio lhotn, oi museuin with a mnore or less pierfect piece of statuary. Dr. Variot has exhibited successful results from his cxperiments and the great feature of his process is said to be that it preserves the pliability of the body. Even ancient mum mies can be restored to a condition of plianc...

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A NEW GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

A NEW CAME. I Ire Is n HereW 1 111111. II. L· cu IIcn a1117 d2 (J l1(111 . Ig-'' IIIIU iipeople alto, 111n 11 tll t11(11i .' I 11ru 1')1i17 111 tt 111(11(12, ' . T I l iii I1 11 1 I c lo ted ,11112 olhit , I'd, h wIhI an I h l 11'IIh ll'n ' 11 2 V II 1 1 I IIeI Ieft b11e111 U011 11 1111 lh l Iut, 1111d Ili nell'I Il 1 III ct(ttlnl 1 11 1O 111111. 11 Al l till liiu 11of the11111 n'11 , 11 11,t 1111 wa ll ll h1i1ke 1w'fort'' lt(, 'y'( of lilt, It 11r111( 11 11

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TWO TRICKS IN MAGIC. WATER BEWITCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

TWO TRICKS IN MAGIC. ---t- WATIt i lEWITUIIED. A surprising feat may bo atCCOlt plished ill the following nlltllllne : 'Take II O.rdilllly dllllner plate tlld fill it with wtater ; then get I s1111111 emllpty I'hllltl ult( assure the collmpanyll that you are wizartd eough to Iour water throulgh the solid bottolm. ltavinlg deilared thlat the phIhl Iltutst hbe perfIectly dry whei the ex lper;imltia is performed, thlrual t mtick IIto it uand hold It to the firo till it Is \iry hot-too hot to hold thicti stanld it, without delay, moouth dIIontIIIar, in the plate of wte.I' ftotr it tnspootuIftll of water. oIt thu hoItttil of tlhe 11lItl as if you meant to fill iI that wilay. ]very tiw you do this the phinl will Ihr itl ' ll it r t aII more Illlid lith w?tter. As thin laki,. plane - , /lle ,ry t i lli liau i (h, ralel ll tIn i ih 1t tout1 t till hlt tslla ii the iatle had tpassred through fth mltil glass. Of ciurist, thlit witfer really ilites trout thelll t1111 ' tfi ttIhe cntially tiol ...

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(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. SUMMARY of Opening CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

( Copyright,) The _ _-__ ý SBLAeKMZILERS. : ' tirting 1Romnttanie of lEiteilafb anlt 14ttralita. By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "The T'lirlstones of London," ."leaping the Whirlwind," &c. SUAMAIAtY of Opening CHAPTERS. ?lMalcolm 1IFrazer, a squatter, is " stnulding at the door of his hoIme stead, in the wilds of Western Aust S'ralia, when his overseer, .1 im Coniop ' retilurns fi'oll the nearest settlemitent withl letters and papers. While they are talking together, at stranger, hat less and bootless, with mere rags ?l bout his' emaciated firame, staggers up to them, and appeals for help. 11e is Charles Travers, who has atc-" cnlllpnied Sir John Valleniger on an eipllori'ng expedition. The party has been given up for lost. Sir John dies in Frazer's house, after riaking it will in the presence of a local J.1P. leavilig an annuity to his nepohew, sIlOlrLt Challoner, and the rest of his " '"wealtli'to his adopted son, Lailnce Liouglas Vallenger, whom lie had pre vioiusly disow...

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KANGAROO GROUND BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

KANGAROO GROUND . BAND OF HOPE. ----" The usual annual pie-nic in conne-c tiun with the above was held in Mr. Anidrews' paddock, Kannaruo Ground, on the 18th inst., andti a very etjoyahle afternoon was spent. Rfreash.ents were supplied abundantly by ,mothers, sisters, and friends, and sports wAre Cot up for tile Joonpters y ilessrsa.. Kerr, Bell, and Burns, and were keenly contested, the folluwing being the results: Boys' Race, over 12 years-A. Coo;k-. slay lst, J. Bell 2nd, F. Bell 3rd.; boys race, from 10 to 12 yenrse-. Bell e1st, 8, tlurdoch 2nd, D (sinirs 3rd; boys' race, from 8 to 10 years-. A.'Bell sIt, W. Wippell 2nd, R. Blirns. 3rd, Holbert 4th ; boys' raic, underS & years-W. Greenaway 1st; K. Mtirdblk 2nd, C. Bell 3rd, J. Bell 4th. Girls: Race, over 12 years-M. Holbert lets,y.' L. Stevenson 2nd, E. fobsoi'S3rd girls' race, from 10 to 12 yirms-E., Orichton 1st, P. Ml'Kenna 2nd, A. Davis 3rd ; girls', race, fronn 8 to I0 years-V. Hobson 1st, O. Foirles 21.?,! Myrtle W...

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RANDOM SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

RANDOM SHOTS. By ti Biliours afarksn,ctrt. That's just it I As the Argus-critic says, cotamenting on Miss Amy Oastles' last concert: "They may atffird to show Miss Ceatles' discriminating ad. mirers the 'vast diflference which still separates this gifted young lady (and favoured one) from the front rank of lyric sopranas." That's just it, we repeat. It will take many years of hard work yet before we have the linished article in Amy. Melbas are not developed in a day, and we mast not forget in all our exuberasee and admiration for birds of song that a comparison between the Princess and the Queen of song is as yet, as Mrs. Partigton woeald say, odorous." And what shall we say of Delly Two choice -birds of song from the same nest-not fromn the salme continent only, or even from the samle city, or the same town, but absolutely front the same nest. After. this we may safely look forward to being able to supply the world at large, wholesale and retail, with firstclass singers, warranted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

A SLUGGISH LIVER   Makes Days Unhappy And Nights Miserable. The Case of Mr. S. FORTINGTON (By a Local Reporter.) "Without any other end than to per- form my duty to the public," said Mr. Samuel Fortington, of No. 485 Rath- down-street, Carlton, to our reporter, "I will try to help them by answering your questions." 'I believe you have often spoken about a remarkable escape you had some years ago. Do you mind telling me all about it?" With characteristic kindness, Mr.   Fortington answered: "You shall hear everything that happened to me. To begin with, it is as well that you should know something about the hours I have to work, for I consider this a matter of great importance. I work a number of hours on one shift at night, and then I have to do a similar period during the day time, so that, you see my meals are taken very irregularly. I stood it all right till a few years back, when my digestive organs commenced to play up with me. A feeling of oppression i...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO TII EDIrOR OPTHEB EVELYN OBnsRVER. Dear Sir,-Silence is said to be golden. Councillor Thomas does not possess that golden virtue. tHe should try and know when to hbe silent. This correspondence would not have taken place had Councillor Thomas not sup orted Mair Bolton's nmis. jtissesneof, our adverse finanelal position for a'recklees ex penditure of the Shire fund for municipal works. All the councllors knew that I alluded to the cause and the effect of the payment of heavylaw costs, etc., etc., had upon our Shire fund. My allusion to the payment of said costs-out of a revenue of about £1700 a year--as a tflnctal disaster, Councillor Thomas call " hun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 February 1903

The... sa) F McSI[ERRY F A A Grain and Fertilizer Drill for V03 p Is the only drill that will sow so little as 16 lbs. of fertilizer per acre and sow It evenly. K It M has more roller bearlngs than any three com petling drills combined. . Its hoes have a 9 Ir. clearance for "trash" when crt "zig-zag," which is considerably greater than provided on other M drills. JI Its stump fumpirg device permits ts ts hoes to lift higher than those of other drills. it It is equipped with the strongest and best wheels P ever put on a drill, tyres 41n. z - In. 0,1 It will sow accurately any kind of fertllizer that can L E be sown by any drill, and excels all others in E ltUmpy or sticky fertilizers. i It will sow all kinds of grain and seeds from the smallest tip to M maize, peas, and beans. . Ii is backed up by E the Osborne guarantoo-" good work or E your money back." t In view of the recent wdrought arte making particularly favourable N terms to "good marks." J1 Send for full par tlculars before...

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