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ENGLAND AND GERMANY. A REMARKABLE INTERVIES. LORD HALDANE'S MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

ENGLAND AND GERMANY. A KEMARKABLK JNTEIt VJ.KW. LOUD HALDANE'S MISSION. flip London correspondent of t'Jie Chicago Daily Nwb lias obtained from Lord lluklauo a statement which is at onco tho iiKi.il interesting und tho most comprehensive which any member of the Government lias madu since tho war began. The portion which deals with the demoeratisalion of the German Gov ernment is a necessary corrective to tlie popular opinion that the Allies will or can forec a new form of government, ou the Gorman nalioii. "Wo ask you in America/' bays tho Lord Chancellor, "all, whether for or against us, heirs of the early struggles of our lace, to realise that when we say we are lighting for life, and wo ask for fovbcav.uicc of. America wh'rlu \vc prosecute tho. struggle. It we appear in a wholly new situation to go beyond sonio of the rules of tho books we shall not violate the dictates of humanity,' and shall not turn back the clock of civilisation. What we want to do is to spare neutrals all po...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

•OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Ruaticui/') There v.'ill bo 110 If oval Show this 1 year, anil it is well that, it should bo bo. 'J'lio oxceutivo Of tlio Hoyul Agricul tural Society <!o net liIce it, but they 'have been practically force/I to take .1 romuion-senso jitlitin!>•. There are two very good"reasons why the show should not Wo 'held. Tlio first is that after a season Mich as has been experienced, it would bo farcical to regard :ui exhibi tion as in any way representing tho re sources of tho State. .Anyway, produ cers, aa a. whole, are in 110 heart for it. They havo bigger and moro vital inter cats to monopolise t'lieir attention. In tho second place, tlio'eiioiv-groiiudri are rcquirod for military training purposes and for housing the splendid young men who aro fitting thcnmelves to help hold Australia for Australian.*. There is much'lo regret in the relinquishing of tho annual assemblage of producers at J'leniingtoii, but this is not. n time for regrets. It is a time'...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMANDER SAMSON. A MAN WHO IS MAKING HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

COMMANDER SAMSON. A MAN AVJIO IS MAKING HISTORY* If -there is ono man who is thoroughly enjoying this war, if thero is 0110 man who has succeeded in turning it into tho linest sport in the world, that man is Commander Samson. 1'or brilliance and versatility ho is umiuestionably tho man in this cam paign. Tho Gcrmaiis fear him more than llicy fear any other mail. They liavo olTerod a reward of £10Ml) for his body, alive or dead—preferably tho latter. And little wonder! It was estimated as far buck as last iJecuuihcr that in ono way or another Samson had cost tlio enemy tho expenditure of between five and six thousand shells, not to men tion rillo cartridges innumerable. Yet ho remains unscathed, and even moro daring than when the war began. lie has done wonders in reconnoitcr ing -jo in the air. When tho Germans fjru at liim ho loops the loop, as im pudent as Parko before tho .Spaniards. Or, perhaps, with reckless audacity, when ho is fired at over a Gorman camp, -o turns upon one wi...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GERMANY IN WAR TIME. NEW ZEALAND LADY'S EXPERIENCES. GERMAN HATRED FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

GERMANY IN WAR TIME. NKW ZEALAND LADY' 'S J3XPK12I 15NCES. , GJ2UAIAN HATRED- TOK ENGLAND. A Jjuncdin lady who was in Clcriiiaity studying music when the ■war broke out anil cpent there, under rather unplea sant restrictions, the first six months of tho operations, has just readied Lou don after a somewhat arduous journey, and she has given some o£ her exper iences. As si student of two years' I standing at Leipzig alio was quite in lovo with the lil'o in Germany. The conditions ot' Jii'o and tho stylo of liv ing wore both ideal. Livinj; in rooms, they were cxccdleutJy catoroJ. for by tho pension keeper; their days were 'full of work, ami their evenings of social pleasuros of a mild sort, cliielly attend- ^ ing theatres and receiving their friends i in their rooms and returning their visits. Tho Germans themselves, at least those of Waicoiiy, do not load the Bohomiau life. Their solid, phlegm atic disposition does not tend that way, but they have a very quick apprecia tion of anythi...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

18 YOUR SEPARATOR UNDER SUSPICION ? ESSSIBta l)o roil it of ■ Ic-|) 1 iviu^j <)[ t <>) the UO'.T JtruiilH I li' roil <lo; lc-!t !iic skim milk ivitii a '' Facile '' Jiabcock Tester, ;ui'l fceo what amount of butter fat is buioj; i'-'l to Hirt calves ami pigf. C"acr3 oi' SEPARATORS i'iIm no rink from butter-fat lo-.-e;*, v. liii li j }iriitk tin; cream rho<jU('3, because tiiry (;et all tho cream. Cheap, "nhort-iivcil" «f]iaiator.s iu'ver cltim cfTeieiitly, ami chuhc their owners so much tioablu ami ci^enso that sooner <>r later (ivy v.-ill bo ylaii to t irvlo t. in for a new "Alfa..1' All sizes, x'i to Of) gallons capacity. Yor I'atafufj, I'n*cc-<, <ni)■ t Terms, write:- - [ J. Bartram & Son PSy., Ltd. lost; liOURKESt. MELBOURNE

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER X. AT THORSDALE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

CHAl'TEH X. AT TH0H.SDALI5 1'AliK. "But, Algernon " "I: will have it f-o; or oI: <> I havo io obey tlio commonest rules ot prudence: to think exclusively of my own' health, nnd act accordingly. 01 courso you can forward my, wishes, or thwart them, as von plrase. 1 have not lived ho long in the world without hoing keenly alive to the amount—the sickening- amount of ]ioartk*s seJJisli nosa that prevails. 1 havo no right, of course, also, to expect to find an oxception in your ladyship's ease. But "Algernon, dear Algernon " "Hut I havo the right and shall onforce it, to demand consideration not morel'y Jur tlio wishes, but for tlw wel fare, of an ailing and suffering—-per hays' dying, husband. I shall mako arrangements for a pro tracted stay at .Davos or at St Monty,, Unless you choose to exert yi.urselt' as duty, dictates. My health has brought mo lo* Yorkshire, as, bel'oro long, it may probably take mo to the upper Kn gadino -or elsowhcro—I hear good io ports of tho Roc...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. EVERY MAN PHYSICALLY FIT IS WANTED. CONDITIONS OF [?]NLISTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION ARY FORCES. EVERY MAN PHYSICALLY FIT IS WANTED. CONDITIONS OF aNLISTMBNT, Ago 18 to 45 yours Minimum Height ... 5 foot 2 inchos Chest Measurement ... 83 inches Persons dosirtng to enlist; should apply at the nearest Town Hall, Shire Hall, Drill Hall or Recruiting Depot, whore arrangements will be made for medical examination. Persons who aro considered smtablo will bo grantod froo railway tickets to tho metropolis for final modical examination and onlistmont. RAT«S OF PAY PER DAY. After Embarkation Prior to (Including Embarkation deferred pay) Lieutenant 15/ 21/ Sergeant 10/ 10/6 Corporal . 9/ 10/ Private 6/ 6/ SEPARATION ALLOWANCE. Separation allowance will bo paid to married men who are roeoivlng less than 81 por day, but such allowance will not oxceed tho amount necessary to make up tho difference between their daily rato of pay and 8/ por day. Subject to this limitation the amounts payable are as follows (a) For wifo living at home, 1/5 por day (b) For oaoh...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. MEN ARE WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

RECRUITING CAMPAIGN. MEN ARE WANTED. It is gratifying to find that many of the employers of Vic toria are rising to the highest standard of patriotism by their treatment of employes who are volunteering for service with our expeditionary forces. They clearly see the necessity for stimulating the great recruiting I movement, and up to the present have ungrudgingly answered all the calls made upon them in the cause of Empire. They have definitely promised to keep open the positions of those gallant young men who have resigned comparative ease and comforts of peace to offer their lives on the altar of freedom and civilisation. Not a few indeed are also making good the difference between the soldiers' pay and the salary sac rificed by their patriotic em ployes. This action is, of course, not necessary in cases where the volunteers are single young men without anyone actually depen dent on them for support, but it is very essential in those cases of young married men with fami-. lies and...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER IX (Continued[?] [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. (BY Itt\YIN.CJ,AKKi;.) OILVPTKH IX (Cunliiuied/ "it's youns Jo# Nixo-H'' -oici Captain (jlwdinh an he *Uode mv/j . th® vaulted chamber, and liitod the ull stripling in hib uiighty arms, a.-i a i;ro.vu ruun might lift a child. ''f'oor Jw! Jie'g about the .hut of .our youm; ones to Ftnnil the rmirderinf; beat of tho j;.iI lcrics. First the boys broke down, tlan tho [jitlH, smothered with foul air. Joe nlono hold out. It's grown and Kensoned liion, not lathy I..tit-htfuld ' face yondor heavy boat' and killing air.' "Pool, fellow !" "Poor boy!'' cxelaim o.l Mrs L:itipton and YioUit Mowbray anxiously, sih they-i-y.v tho tall young jot-seeker with his doalh-liko pallor, and dim half-open eyes, Jaid upon tin.' (loor, Mid propped against the mt.1I, fvhito'Obadinh kneeling bwdo him sup pouted liis heavy head. The lector, too, looked anxious, ivhile Sir Jtitliitrd Mortmain contemplated the nnfor tuu a to digger (is ho niinht have done a bi(, lidi just drawn to land. T...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

E. R. DAVIS, Saddle, Dollar & Harness Makers CRESSY. SADDLERY of Every Description made on the Premises at Hodbrate , Prices. Collars a Speciality. Repairs Neatly Executed. Splendid Assortment of LADIES' and GENTS' BOOTS and SHOES always on hand. BICYCLES and Sundries always on hand for Sale, Hire or Exchange. Splendid Assortment of Secondhand Bicycles from £4 up to &1. All new Bicycles built to order guar* an teed. Tyres and Tubes Stocked. H. & G. MOWAT, GENERAL CARRIERS AND FORWARDING AGENTS, Near Railway Station, Crcssy, Deliveries to all part* of the district. Wood and coal in any quantity. Charges reasonable. Agents for John Bannister and Sons, forwarding agents, and Edwards' Tea Company. Public Notice. nursePgray, Certificated Chautauqua Nurse HAS accommodation for Patients. Medical, Surgical and Midwifery at . "Braemar" Private Hospital, Beeac. Western Plains Farmers' Co operative Society, Ltd, Cressy. Wish to announce that they have RESIGNED THE AGENC...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIA DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

AUSTRALIA DAY. Australia Day was celebrated in Cressy last Friday very enthu siastically. In the afternoon the State school children assembled at the mechanics' hall, where they rendered a number of songs. Mr Sadler, the chairman, gave an address on Australia Day, as also did Messrs Pollock and Mac donald. Each child was given a bag of sweets to commemorate the occasion, and the children Bpent a very pleasant afternoon. In the evening a patriotic rally was held in the hall. The chair man of the local patriotic society, Mr A. Sadler, presided, and in a short address introduced Mr Wm. Selwood, of Colac, who delivered a very good address on Australia Day, and the cause for such a day to be observed. The speaker said the present time was a good opportunity to establish Australia Day, and it should be the most important event in Australian history. He then gave a very lucid explanation why England was engaged in this war, and the object of Germany for bringing it about, for which she had...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Pioneer. CRESSY. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

Cbe Pioneer. CRESS'S. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4 The Attorney-General has shown conclusively that Germany has got a very firm hold of the metal industry, and that it is striving, by every devious device which cunning can suggest, to maintain it. If, incidentally, he haB re flected on some, one who, al though associated with the guilty, | Bharing their profits and promot ing their interests, was person ally innocent, that is unpleasant for the person in the ambiguous position, but is of not the least importance to the community. The all important business ib to make an end of the German in fluence, that is essential to the I safety of the Commonwealth. ' We as a people have to realise that the great industrial strife never ceases, that the fate of our civilisation is going to be deter mined in the markets of the world, not on its battle fields. We shall defeat the enemy, but onlv the singularly sanguine can seriously suppose that peace will leave the 140,000,000 inhabitants of Germany, Aust...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HANDLING THE NEXT HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

handling the next harvest. There are difficulties about the •handling of the next harvest that anay tax tho capacity of the State .Administration. Farmers are un certain as to the labor that will be. available for harvesting, the cost of bags and the provision of ships for freight, while, given heavy crops, ihoy are not without anxiety re garding the influences that may .affect their returns. Calculating from existing conditions, prices may not be as high as most people have been led to expect. Tho cost of freight to Great Britain is uncertain, but it is set down at from 65s to 100s per ton, or an average of about 2a 2d per bushol, as compared with about 27s 6d per ton in 1913. In surance, exchange and bagB are .estimated at another 7d, making the total export charges 2s 9d per bushel as compared with Is Id in normal years. Circumstances may widely change within the next few months; The question of providing a suffi cient number of ships is extremely important,and is engaging the at...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEEAC. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 4 August 1915

BEEAC. From Om ConcipondMit. Mr 0. Missen, who expects to sail for the front in a fqw days, was tendered a farewell social in the Methodist schoolroom, andE presented with a fountain pen ast a memento from the congrega tion. A good programme was rendered by the following per formers Misses E. Gray, M. Challis, F. Harbour, M. Misseh, C. Bevan, Pierce (3), Weering •; Pierce (3), Eurack; E. Prowse ' (Cressy) ; Messrs J. Salmon, S. Leigh, H. Pink, O. Gainger and C. Barnard. Address were given by Rev. Angwin and Messrs Ste phens, Eddy, Prowse, and Lovell (Cressy). Refreshments were handed round at the close.. The State school committee hast decided to unveil the honor roll of Beeac school boys who have enlisted, and a public demonstra tion will be held next Friday af ternoon.

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHEEP MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 11 August 1915

SHEEP MANAGEMENT. I'rok'i-sor liong says:-- One of tlie most important advantages derived from unity maturity is tlmt tin- brocd or is able to get riil <>l Jiis wethev.-, and so to keep ninny iiioiv c«ei;. If tli'i old .system prevailed, tin* Jambs would lio ki-pt on tin; tin-in lor tin.- winter; more food would lie eaten, mid more labor involved, while the jirolil subse ([iieiitly real.sed on tlieir sale as weth ers would lie less than ii now is oil then still.' in siiiiimer and autumn. L liuvo not noticed this fact addneed sufficiently in tlu> advocacy i i' early maturity. I.eL us suppose that l>y the .sale of a Ijniulred wether lambs. a tinnier is nble to keep fifty more ewes, and, in consequence to breed seventy-live moro lambs every yean than bo was able to I'ocd under older conditions. It fol lows Unit tin' profits of shcopbreeding must lie largely increased. Were 110 lambs sold, but all fed through the win tor, it would be impossible to main tain a breedin...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 11 August 1915

FOR WOMEN (13? "Ambrosino.") Sombre dressing is still till' ruling nolo. Though not actually in mourn ing, not, anyhow, in the <Ir<*^^ sense, we are booii<I tn i-oiiform to tlio times. Probably tin' average woman never looks better dressed Ilia 11 when quiet ly, Aim) then there is always the i-hrinc of a relieving touch, which, indeed, is good taste. Tito very sedate ensemble, sometliing (lurk, even though rich, is relieved by a touch of roil on bodice ami hat, ami at once everything in rea sonably viviil and 11 ci*i>1111 y attractive. Oho of lln> most .striking of winter styles is a tunic with pinafore l'ront. Tiiat- is to .say. t tic bodice, foci ion, car ried to ooat-deptii and lining, lias a - l>:i Hul-I'ioii t with shoulder sections through tlio "V" of iii'i-k, and this looks like, a pinafore loss tin; exten sion. It reveals in walking the under skirt, which otherwise appears below the tunic for, say, (iin. 'J'ln' bodice and t"i!C under...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XI A LONELY RIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 11 August 1915

CHAPTER XI. A . LONELY HIDE. ' " "It wati a pity, too!" suid the rcc-; • toi*, genuine sympathy in liis voicu. ' A pitjr, Don, my poor fellow— All your .work, *11 your peril, for nothing I I i ■■ -the Fntos, but it does Ai' , sectn to mi) as if, iti vour cnscj destiny had been a little over-hard with you jct-lumtors— ''That, dear Mr Lang ton." replied Don cliccrftilly, "is too clnssic:tf. too pagan ;i .standpoint, as my foster-father Captain Jcdfvon, would Miy, from which to regard our late mishap. I, for one, find uo.fault with ficklo fortune because our grand jet-ininc nt Dutchman's liny has collapwd. Ifrittlc, friable sand stone "will break up, and props give way, and a gradual landslip demolish what a sudden landslip first suggested. Anyhow, wo liavo tome out of it, if not enriched, nt any rate without serious accident to lifo or limb." "And that, Mr. Don, h chiefly due to your courage, mid your unselfish readinoMi to fate any risk and under take any labor for your comrades' sak...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER X. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 11 August 1915

JET HUNTER S FOSTER SON. (1Y IRWIN CLAUSE.) CHAl'TEIt X. (Continued). But although ft was clear somcth.iia must be done, Lady Thorsdale when .she retreated to tho feminine stronghold of her own special morning room—"My. Lady's Bluo Itooin," it was called by. the starched housekeeper and prize housemaids at Thorsdnli—was puzzled Sho was, as most women of the world nrti, a deft and untiring correspond ent, a sort of constant letter-writer, and bhe instinctively waled herself be foro her bijou writing tabic-, «itb its load of elegant stationery. Sho be gan to think. It was high season in mighty, roaring London, and it is, or was, high treason against her Imperi ous Majesty, Queen Fashion to bo ab sent from the mass of metropolitan worshippers who crowd nromid thi ccu tral shrine. Hut then, these are rest less days, and people, even of bluest blood, and of fortune stupendous, do t^i .such odd things—even running out of town for weeks and fortnights, nr.d making society irregular and unc...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 11 August 1915

A. G PROUDFOOT & TURNER, Barristers and Solicitors, - COLLINS IIOT7RE. SfiO COLLINS ST^, MELBOURNE1 MR. TURNER visits CresHV REOU LARLYon the FIRST SATUR DAY and following Monday in each month. Cressy Agent-JOHN M'KENZIE' Land and Commission Agent. H. & G. MO¥AT, GENERAL CARRIERS AND FORWARDING AGENTS, Near Railway Station, Cressy. Deliveries to all parts of the district. Wood and coal in any quantity. Charges reasonable. Agents for John Bannister and Sons, forwarding agents, and Edwards' Tea Company. E. R. DAVIS, Saddle, Collar & Harness Makers CRESSY. SADDLERY of Every Description made on the Premises at Moderate Prices. Collars a Speciality. Repairs Neatly Executed. Splendid Assortment of LADIES' and GENTS' BOOTS and SHOES always on hand. BICYCLES and Sundries always on hand for Sale, Hire or Exchange. Splendid Assortment of Secondhand Bicycles from £4 up to £7. All new Bicycles built to order guar anteed. Tyres and Tubes Stocked. Public Notice. NURSE GRAY...

Publication Title: Cressy And Lismore Pioneer And Western Plains Representative
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HER DAINTY SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Cressy and Lismore Pioneer and Western Plains Representative — 11 August 1915

iiiia dainty speech. Thero was ono young woman in the box partv at tho theatre who took no part in the noisy clatter and gigg With lmr Kazo iixcd iil'on tl sho watched tlm progress of I1';,' indifferent to the Ka'cty mound Jioi, except tlmt lier delicate, "I'stociatic, finely-chiselled features bore a look ot weariness, and a scornful smilo cm led her lips. At lust, however, she turned her head slowly and looked at the other mem ■hers of the party. .' hen she spokoto . tho elderly matron sitting at Jiei wclo; "That chicken in tho bluo kimono, si'i; said, "thinks she is tho whole ciistnul.

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