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LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

LADIES' COLUMN. Mr and Mis-I. 11. 13.1I,> retnrn-d to Stawell during the week a ft cr nn enjoyable iinlid iy at Torquay, Miss B ito in reniaing in M.elbounio [or a couple of weeks longer, nud Miss May lit1'* has rt-sn m-.:d nursing duties at the Women*' Hospital, McUiom'ti •. A club lor femal-' ilom-d"ic ser vants has i"st been formed in Los A ngc'es by tli" niomb-is of an in b t.u inn known as the friday Morn ing Club, tto largest women's organ isation is 1."S AnThe club is io be <-st:ii>Iisbc-1 in one of the most fashion iblo lvsidental dtstrnts. and will contain not only dineis u.. 1 re creation looiii.j. lec lire rooms, alul a theatre, but there will also be t number of parlors for die reception and ■ uicr'ain i.ent of male visitors, so that the SfivaiH girlti of l.os An g-1-s shall no longer be compelled to entertain ilieir " young men " in the kitchen, known—or unknown— to their mistsegses. Copp'-r cooking vessels can be kept in burnished condition if, after e...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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A HEALTH FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

A HEALTH FOOD. Honey is a mcdicamcnt which c;u, be used for various purpose-.. Dy,. peptics, whose real treatment run^i-;. ill a strict food regimen, should u3r it as a dessert in plate of cake-, fruits, and nuts such as almond-, lloney has still one more auv.image which is that it acts as a nnlil lax;, tive, and that is a valuable propcttj for habitual constipation, which give: rise to many disorders. Wiihou; doubt it is to this double actum tl\a; honey owes its reputation. As a nar cotic it may be recommended for sleeplessness. Two spoonfuls of ho ney in a glass of water will suflicc to induce sleep all night. U is pro bable that honey ill such cases serves to displace indigestible foods, which, retained in the stomach, disturbs the nightly rest. This is not all. Honey mixed with water serves as an excel lent gargle, and has the merit of be ing very agreeable to the taste, eithci swallowed by accident or on purpose, for honey mingled with water is deli cious, and the ancient Gauls...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

DISORDERED LIVEH. 1 For diaordcre of (ho 'iver and stomach thoro in do better medtoino than Chamber lain's Tablets, writes Mrs Margaret .1. W» son, limeralrt, Q. • I Buffered with bad beadaohes owed by a disordered liver, *> earing my auBtomers speak so liighlv oF Ohamberlsia'B Tablets I thought I would try what they would do for me. After tho first few doseB I noticed an improvement, and afior I had takeD a couple of boxcB found myself quite relieved of headaohep, nbiob btvo Dot returned.' Bold bv T. J. Wright & Oo. Prop. Ltd., and G. P. King bemiot. INSIST ON, LABELLED; PACKAGES JUsT WHAT YOU MEED. liiso-Tonio Pilla can bo takon at all tinir-i r.nd nndor all conditions by botb young und old alike without1 the B'irfbtoB' risk, and wilboat danger of aopleaaant after-effects. Laio-Tonio Pilla assist the procc!nBG9 ot nature, gtvu relich to tbo food, removing exhaustion, sick bead-icbe, and many o her ailments. Laxo-Tonio Pil'1 nro a popular pill at a populir price. Ob* tni...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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AU REV OR. Social to Miss L. Thomas. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

All REV OR. I Social to Mibs L. Thomas. ( There was a lorpc g&ihering in llic Presbyterian School Hall 011 Thuis day evening, when tlio mombciH of ohoir and Sunday school pvpils mul to wish "an rovoir" to Miss I.. Thornan, who is leaving Stawell for an nxlt'ncleil tour of England, Wales, nnd the Continent. MUb Thonus lias boon a member of thi< choir, and Sunday school for fully 20 years, and even her temporary absence will leavoa a gap which will be hard to fill. The llsv H. C. MatthewsBpoke of ihe great help which Miss Tbomus had^rendored in church matters, mul wish her a pleasant trip and a safe return to Stawell. The Rev Mat thews then presented Miss Tlinm lb with a handsome gold brooch, ni<t with pearls, the ornament taking tlif appiopriftte shape of a lily. Tho preBenta'ion was the gift of tho de parting lady's Sunday school clans. Mies Amy Mahnke, representing the cl lbs, echued the Rev Matthew's words. The class, she said, would Rludly welcome Mi...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Borough Matters (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "STAWELL NEWS") [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Borougli Matters (To The Emior cr Tue "Siawell Nswo") i Sir,—Now (bat tho Maniolpal Ball has bfifln opened the ratcp*yor4 will be vory fooliab 13 *' wait till Aa^uef." to enter (heir protests. 1 oboalii icnat>ioo that they had H waited till Augntl1 often enough already without doinfl anything. Sitae old uong. A wespiog-wailinq an-i-goaabing-of-tecUi, hot mighty little effort in any obbor direc tion. Porlupe some ratepayer will point oat any direction in which tho town is better off now than under the la Ci rate. Property has oerUinly not inorea*ed in valoe, and rciuo ars hard to got owiog to KiRnation. prut the powora tint be. ulothed in the,; little brief authority snd robea of offiae, 2re having things a bit too much of their o\v ^ way. it's time tbo rate* p*y«?ra had 'J & c up in" ganeraliy. If Lliiogs are allowed to drift aloofl mooh longer ^sro will ba uo alternative bat to hand the property over to tho Council to form & socialistic community. -Yours, AN ABSE...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

OHUrtGH SERYIQJj. |_-JOLV 1'IiINH'S OUUKUH Iniuquagooima Snnday. Fubraaty 33 HARVEST FESTIVAL, Bervioeo mil bo bold to-morrow a« Iowb:--8 o.m Holy Comtnanioo, 11 a.m Msl.iuo and Sermon, 7 p.m Etgnsong and Sermon. Pruaober —Bov 11. A. Haydon, Vioar ol liapinynp QT MATXUEU'8 PRESBYTERIAN O X)HUROI4, Diviao Eorviooa will bo oocdaoted to morrow afl lollowa : — Morning at 11, livoniog nt 7. Htibjecis—MorDiDg, ' l"in Plain l'rint of Oonoaioiiao." Evening, " I'lio (,'aoe Agaioit Ood." I'rooc'jut—1{bv II. 0. Mitthsw. ^EIUUDIsT OUURQH, STAWELLi ServiocD will bo bold to-morrow no folldwa:— UornW ct 11 and Evonintf i.t 7. Rov Brido Harbor, F.ti B, Morning,' oahjeot—Uontooury ol Aifttra laiiin Meiiiatlism. Evening enbjpifc— "Nnlnro and ftoyi litton, Tbo Prodaat ol Oon EiorunI Utnd." Antbems, "I am Alplm unci OmcRa," and 'Remembor Me O Mikity (Joe.'' Oliawadda HarroBt llotii'i nL i), Mra lltido lWbor. DaapLead 61 'J Ibu Minister. 0 II U 1? O U OF 0 H It I B T UAttVfciST FESTIVAL, { Nervi.io.'i w...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Yoatordny ig not long ero, but nino year8 ib. To hive boon oarod Ions ago, and to hive tjQfin well ever sine, ouroly means a permanent care. Head what lliit woman ban to eav about it. Mri< W. J. Pope, Into of Bennett Sireer. Stuivoil, now living at -IG Villttraanii Strecj., Gi-oloni', nayn:— " My bpeli lias trpublti} mi for a lonu time, with n ati-ady, aching paui. After doioi* my work, tho pain nluiost drove mo mad, but llioro waio limes when I could nut do any wyk for I could not bond my bock to move witboot, ondurinj! poailivo torture, I waa {■vibjtQt to boadacUiu, mid diiiy liin, and my L'eucral health was bad; I would bp afraid to movo wlieu iu bud at niitbt, and I got littlu test. Kotbiu^' I took neemed alilo to eivo tuo eas->, owl I used tiauy kiduey remedies'. At last i bad tbo en°d fortuno to nut DoauV Bick ncbo Kidney l.'ills, and tbia was tbo be«ioiiiut; of the end of my torturo. In no time I waa troo of bacjraQbo, aud tbo lisijdachea aud niildmesH wero cufc...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Motoring. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Motoring. R JeHltim, 'bo Ameriaan r&oinu motoriut, now in Bydnoy, i« havnK m»tod lh8 Broofelands m°t0' rnoiuR traok in tlfghnd uevat w»a » BuoceBs, and thai iho banking and R«dl«8 ato all wronil. It wonld ba interoBtmi, to lourn whnrti ha go* >bii Intormaliun from. Evorv rriBting wurlt'a motor Oit Iraok reoord Irotn a mllo tip to 21 hontp,1lias been liQiablisliod *» Brooklyn,»toob ha. provided iuelt to bo. onat'y 20 mileB an Lour faalor than tb« Indian-poll. traok in America, wbioh Jcftnins olainja ,?,b5, b™ar opa.dwkY. It undoubtedly batler appointments, bat oo a epeedyway it in a lone w>y behind the. Bnjrtuli tr»ck. On Urooklands over 100. roHen has on tbroo oooaaiona been covered in ao boor, tho latb licureo being 107 mileo 1072 y"rdfl a sustained apoed ia irapoeait)lo on IadiaoapoliQ iraQUi _____

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

PERSONAL. Misu Ivy Mcuibry, wlio has been on tho s.al'f at Mihsi> llmlilur Bros, for somH tini" past, 11,is scvorflil bur connection with tli.i' firm, and glue to llirchip, to take up dutieH in a tlrnpera's shop then . The ungngcnii'iit i; announced of Mr David H. lieid, of Wat rackna beal, ildeat son nf Mr an I Mia D. Hi-id, of lIwHluim with Amies Jessiti eldest dau(,'hti'r of Mr aud-Mrs D. llondi-rson, o( Horsham. ' Mi'.H: E (■'irthow, of the local tnlnyniph'stulV, is at prsst>nt t iking his annual vacation. A ple.isiiiit little fnnolion took plucH in tho Cuui'rcn.itionil Church ground* on Tluitsday ovening, vvIihh Mr A. T. Iluttley, who has led the choir f or many yi ars, wus made the recipient ol u prt'HenUtion «ymholii? il of th: hiuli cutecm iu which he is hold by the church monibfrri. Owing ;o the heat of thn weather, the gatborine, which took tho form of a s mini, was held out r,f doors, and proved most enjoy able. Mr Iluiiloy, ivho was quite takmi by surprise, suitabl...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Athletics. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Athletics). OwinR 10 not fulfilling the condition*, th« h-in<tio»pH o£ W. If. ond 0. ^ Sinwol', bato beon wiihbiU from lb« podostrians even... to bo held at Loxjuon ou Wednesday, 28 »b February

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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STAWELL BUROUGH COUNCIL. Fortnightly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

S.AWELL burough goungi. Fortnightly Meeting, Tho fortnightly medium of tho Stwll Borough Coanoil waa hold in the Coanoil Uhambnra lao'. night, Preeonfc f'rB J. A Ijukm, CMayor), G Mabnke, O. F. Greonwood, W. A Whiiford. F. J Derry, H. Erthoneo J, Dalzijl, (,'rcrar, 1). Mitchell, G MltoboU, l> Smith G 13arnca Correspondence From tho Railway Department, e&itrag tlut the matter of trnflio through tbo rail— , way or«sHint{ cato* at 8»ftby Street, was j under oon<udoration — Reooived, | From Djoirtmont of Pnblio Health, j notifying tbat iho Connoil was ucjulrsd to ! take immodino notion in the unregistered privati bospiul oases of Mr Carey and Mrs Lover, oiherwiso lbs Board would bo oompoiled t) do bo at the CoanoU'd ex penee.—Passed on to the Prosecuting OQioof. From Mr A, Vfvrnoe, Patrick Street drawing at-antion to Lao bad stato of tbo road aft tho lower end ot that thorough fsre.—Jtcf -rrfd ti tho foreman, From the IIealt.b O boer, notifying one o*eu of dipltiur...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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Coursing. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Coursing The oomroit!G0 of tbo SUwell Conning Olnb are holding & meoting to-n.gbt 10 ill d&teo for tbo ensuing eeason ami olbar bnaioess.

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THE GRAMPIANS FIRE. FLAM[?]S SWEEP HALL'S GAP. Mr Cummiing's Residence Destroyed Five Travels Faster than a Horse could Gallop. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

THE GRAMPIANS FIRE, FlANLS SWEEP HALL'S GAP. Mr Cumuntig's Reait\eUco Doatroyed Fivo Travola Fas tor tlmu a Hnr.. could (Hliop. If-h-re isn CI,U ,|m, . long tn th.» memories of r« . ,llVe IIili's Ci-i'>, it ih Wudn-wUv 1 »r.v, lb, 11)11, for if W.K ' tullr" "V !''« «"«•«« wlrc',SviL''f> what l6 probably th, WOlst!" ^ ev"r • spent need in that na,t ,c district. mt of (iie disquieting rumors had u drifting into Sl.nvcll „„ -L.f11 nud Wednesday, but .here W1 ^7 or no coriainity until the 11,1 tho I utter day. 1 lcaring „ <jf Gumtiimg had arrived in <1 • I from the scene of the fir,. a »y11 representative sought him' nutTif, Btory °WBin,nB 3 The press,nw found himself 00n fronted by young m,D >vho C l" pearance spoke vividly of tin, ord^l lie, together with other G»p ^1 a.-nts, hail undergone. Mr 0 1 ,m"R" firing smut, while his eyes wer« , 11 with t ho smoke. W^; s f story of '•;>!aok Wednesday" jn \)° G'umming'u mwi words. "I live," he siid,""wiih inv...

Publication Title: Stawell News And Pleasant Creek Chronicle
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ANIMAL COURTSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

ANIMAL COURTSHIPS. It. seems fairly certain that animals, in many cases, have come to a set of definite conclusions in regard to tho married state. These vary from tho highest to the lowest forms, just as tliey do amongst different rates of human beings. Among wolves is found tho state most like that believed in by the more civilised races of man. For wolves marry for life, for hotter or for worse, and only by the death of one is the other at liberty to marry again. Chivalry still lives among wolves, and deep effeetion exists between the mates. Another and possibly more advanced type of.marriage is found amongst wild geese, wild pigeons and parrots. With those, as with wolves, the mar riage is for life, but with this differ ence. In the event of the death of one of tho pair tho other does not marry again, but-mourns for its mate during the remainder of its life. And their courtships are quite as romantic as any found in the world of human beings.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Voting Bran ^ '-AUCTIOl^R^^0' SlOuK ABP:STATIUH A0EH1S. head Oi flees—Horsham, Hamil ton, and Shlll* URVNG4 OFFICES—Ot.atorton, Torang, Martofl, Minyip, VYarrnoknabfjal, Boolah, panyup, Dimboola, Donald, Goroko, Ararit, Nutirank, Rainbow, Joparit, and Kinivi *ml Willanra. Acconoioo o() Strathdownio, Lake Bolao. Banycina, Proahnrut*, Balmoral, Hopotonp, Anolion and Cleanup Salca Oonduolcd in Any Fori of (bo Stato. LASO SALE 4 ^PBCIALTY. racking Arrangemente Mado 1-: Fa* Stock Ooinp Ballarati and Melbourne Markets. Unlimited Atnoania of Trnel Money to Lend, at 4 por coot. —AGENTS FOR Dennya, Lf\aocllc3, Ausiin and Co., W ool Grain Brokers, Stock, and Station Agents, Goclong ana Melbourne. Tljs Ballara* Backing Company, I4d, Tho Aaofcralasian Mnfcnal Livo Stcok »5Bar*noo Booiety Limited. Tho Viotorian Firo Inonranoo Company. The National Firo Inouranoo Company New Zcalard BnFino-3 arranged with all tbo leading arm* of anetionaora id Now Souto Wali nd 8ontH AnakralU Mnaioa Notioo Miss L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

THIS I^LAOIE STANDS a HO' f< TO SH0UITME11 WITH YOUR WAT/fR WS BUILD VEHICLES THAT WILL PLS^dE YOU ix baa boon noituowlnilijoj for ov.ir yoard by all who bava viaitcd our Factory and Show Kooma tbat when in nrtiolo n unuraal marib or o'.u of tilvj inurv run la wnntod, tho plaoo la pro.;uro it in r»4 BHIRKEFF Bi'OS BlmnH lt> lin n Vohiolo lor buomcaa two, ov au Abbot ugtjy /or anno aud comfort, wo oun uapply il i- 1H.UB. Bhoald 14 to n OVUM . . . . _ „ai;)Ui Buffgies and Obor Vohicles built to order. Vohioloa Sspat;ca; 3o-paiatod and,Sj-tri»Maoi. smimaBr1!0 PREMIER COACH FACTORY' Eatabliobod 1850.] COUNLJU or WIMMERA & SOALLAN ST8., STAWELL, [EBtubliahcd ia5g. II0USES OAKEl'liLDY /.Nl) BKILPOLLX SHOD BY EXPEiUhNOBD WOKK.UEN, SbiJ>pU k 353". jO>„ 3Caa I NORDDBUTBOHKR ti Ii o y D IUPKBIA!- GERMAN MAIL SV15AMKR8. OIBKCT STKAMKRK to KNflljAf\D •ndtlio CONTINENT Ciullnp. Adoluldo Promcntlc, Colombo, Adrn, Suo Canada Naples, Qtrro. Sontlionptrn (Loiidor Antwoij....

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CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Wooponour eoluuju3 toKm i tijo comraumcttion ou public atfuira, but ira do u<>f. tlioroby eudors® tbo oi'iuious ur hold ourseiTejireaiiousjblo for t.be stat«jmtmU of our corronpomlouta. Loiters must l>o« accompanied by tlio ntiuo an>t address of tbo wntor, tbo*o l.nup- roquired as :i gtummtco of tfood fail!) auduol uuoo.idarily for publication Business tobtoi'fl to bo aMres^vl to tha mauau? r Mlhtorarj mat lernud corro^pondonro for public liot. must to ivldro«ied to tbo Editor auj uot to motubor.-i of tbo hUtl Corrcapondeutu aro ro-iuoatou *'t| tyrito on 0119 tide of tb-j juiycr.

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The Stawell News AND Pleasant Creek Chronicle SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

I ■■ <E!u Stmuelt Hems .and peasant feouicU SATURDAY, 1EB. 21, l'.'li. The boil wave still couiioaee, tboagb i^ere w&oeome iodlc&iion o! t obiuga Uflt nicbf. On Thnredny the thermometer registered a sb%do loinperature of 103, bat dropped to CO yesterday. Ii'ifl not ofi-n tbftv an opportunity aaob &b Mr Nornean Hoiabings' unreserved clearing sale cornea along. At tbe farm ♦ 'Woronda', firreen's Cruck, Moaura Mfiohotl Ijroo BrnJ \Jbi-a w!:l cltur on Fri day, 27:h Inst, tiio cntirs e'ccU; icjpto mciitp, baasebold fumitore, ato ; al&o aor b of leasehold land. Full particulars Appear in cur adviuiutf column?. Tba Bale atait3 ti noon and (auobeun will bo pro vided A. apeoial raei ling cf the carnival cotJ mUt*a waa beld lust niqbt when ihoit prasctt were onanimona in deciding to bold .bo Ara-»i!o raroiv&l nest Wedaft> day. Ma Ij Gulliver, of iiorcbara, wbo will have pb&rac of (bo refreshment booth at tbs Atbleiio Olub'd Easier ...

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FACTS ANT) FANCIES. Odourless Onions. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

FACTS ANT) FANCIES. —o Odourloss Onions. A remarkable achievement in horti cultural hybridising liar, been accom plished by an American expert, Mr. W. N. Miller, in his experiment with vegetables and plants, After yearn of work Miller has managed to'produce an onion which is a combination of the Hcrmnda anil the golden yellow onion, which has the mildness and flavour of the Hernutda, the hardiness of the H'olden yellow, and which is a colour between the frolden and white. One of the remarkable featuren of the new vegetable is that there is an entire ab sence of the unpleasant odour. •

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THE HORSE LAUCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Stawell News and Pleasant Creek Chronicle — 21 February 1914

THE HORSE LAUCHED. He was paying his first visit in the riding school. lit' was allowed a horse, but it was obvious from the nervous way he handled the animal that he had never been on horseback before. When the instructor came up the young man pointed to the girth. "What's it got that strap round it for?" he asked. "Ah!" exclaimed the instructor, with mock admiration. "Fancy von noticin' that. You see, that horse has a terrible keen sense of humour, an' he's subject to sudden bursts of laugh ter at some of the pupils we get, so we put that band round him to keep him from bu'stin' his sides." Most of us might know a great deal more than we do if wo did not Utiuk wo know so much.

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