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Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Commercial Intelligence. SINGLETON PRICES CURRENT. : NOTr..—'l'lio h!)?vo aro wholonMo prices, of' WllP'.-'lKHtef* tVCIIII'I-?l>'0 |>"V'l"CCt?i ' . '* ; Sbflitiioi OcfolwrJi,l?BP r . -;. '?>/ £ a. d. ft, 4. 4. >?> Mmro now) per bne, 0 2 2 to 0 2 4 ? i Cnpo Bnrlcy „ 0 2 2,02*,' English Ihrley „ 0 3 0 „ 0 4 0 Oats 0 2 6 ,. 0 3 0 J Bum „ 0 1 1 „ 0 i> 9 Pollard ... .. „ 0 1 1 „ 0 1 a< Adelaide Wheat .. 0 6 0 ,. 0 5 & ,, Colonial Wat „ 0 3 0 „ 0 4 0 r Flour Super., per ton 11 0 0 „ 12 0 0 ' F)oar, B'coii'l* ., 10 0 0 „ U O'O ' Ljcciiio tfiy .. ,, 2 10 0 „ 3 10 0 UnltaHny ., „ '2, 10 0 „ S 10' 0?>, Potatoes m 3 0 0 „ 8 10 0 , Tnllow „ 14 0 0 „ Iβ O'O , Iluttor .. per lb. 0 0 0 „ 0 1 0 ' ChoefcO ,.. ... „ 0 0 2 „ 0 0 A v Dncon t 0 0 9 n 0 O,,( Lard m 0 0 4 „ 0 0 41. , Honey „ 0 0 3 „ 0 0 8| Becttuas ....,, 0 0 i ,, 0 0 5 Cj!. Tobicco.flg „ 0 16 „ 0 1 6- Dittu, loaf ... ,, 0 0 0 „ 0 0 8 , Hoinutmlr .. „ 0 0 8 „ 0 0 10 ?Mi Ice, lieiiTi .. „ 0 0 21 „ 0 ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry. THE GOLDEN SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Poetry. THE GOLDEN SIDE. By M. A. KIDDER. THERE is many a rest on the road of life, if we only would stop to take It; And many guy a tone from the better land, If the quarmlous heart would wake it. toUnfonny ?oul that is fall of hope, < - ; * jsi whose beautiful trust ne'or failotb, jk( gr?? is green and the flowers arc Qodgh tht wintry Gform prevailetb. ' nue to bop*, though tho clouds hang low, i&a'to keep the. eyes still lifted; fot tho raeet, bide' sky will soon peep > through, ... ffleo tbe ominous cloud 1 ate rifted. Ibtt* "*? ""er a night without a day, ' Koran evening witboot a morning; iti ih* darkest hour, tbe proverb gooe, ' Ii the bbor before the dawning. ' litre's many a gem in the path of lffo, - ! - Wiloh we paas in our idle pleaanre, Ihit Iβ richer far than tbe jewelled orowb, r Ortbemieer'ehoarded treasure; It BIT be tbe love of a littlo child, Or a mother's prayer to heaven, Oi only a beggar's grateful th&nkd For a enp of water given. ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

i Ah, Mon Dew f—Tbi?, wo presume, ie. tho ext&tio exclanmtlon ol tho Swiss momu ; tainecrns bo.tojre his hand on his illnplimgra after to?eing off a njodicum of " Dew. of tho Al()B,."naa etomnohic nnil.appetireT. This old cordihl of tbo Hclretimi ia truly delicious to tlio palate us well as refreshing to the exhausted inner ujnn, and 'we cordinlly thnnkr Me?srs. M. , Moss nod Co.; n?ents of the proprietors 'for/Australia,, and through them only oan It bo obtained. Wβ advise tho mnnufaoturors to sond raoro of it and to kcop sonjing it. Tho rnineis liko it, ns do tho etock farmdre nud cattle tenders ;so do tho cUy us in fact docs overybody. Of the eKnitivb'proporile*! ?J a restoiative nnd mitidota to molaria,'.thofo 'can juo pa doubt, And then tho flavour— ' JoveJl"Je , "h" difloght lor J uno wtoa nho bftoa.aete, "' ? GBATEtfUL— COMFORTING. - BREAKFAST..,. BY a thorough knowledge of tho natural law* which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition and by a careful applic...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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MY WIFE'S STITCH IN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

MY WIFE'S STITCH IN TIME. "WELL, Sophie, I have just been at the Morrough's. Everything considered, they are pretty comfortable in their humble lodgings. Poor Tom is very low, but his wife is bearing up bravely j but she wants some kind hand to help her to put things in order. 'What do you. say, my dear, to going down to her for an hour orsoP ? Tho children would bo the better of someone to'look after"them."' . "I'll go -with all my heart. Jack," said my wife; ."indeed I intended to do so. I'll put on my mantle and bonnet in o. moment.. But, Jack, thore'e ;the button on the wristband of your ehirt just falling off; ? come here and I'llmako: it all right. "A stitch in time,' you know-i-thate my motto through life.". ?"-..? i And co my little woman had her ncodlo and thread in her hand in a momont, and eeour'cd theTiutton;.. : "Aye," said I, aa I-watched her nimble fingers at -work.. '"A stitch in' time.' ?Twould havebeen well for the poor Mor rough'a. if they knewtho value of .?that,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER X. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

Novelist. THE HAUNTED GRANGE CHAPTER X. (Continued.) By "E. A. C." The days passed on without any apparent hope of obtaining the required papers from Herbert St. John, who, to all the letters addressed to him by his cousin's solicitors, f Jenied any -knowledge of-' the dooumenttr .??lljeged;to beiffhia pose'esaion.:. Hβ bad diemieied Wilson, and the eoldier had ;?st??d.Oaptftin Willbughby's service, as yhehftd preyioneJydono that of hie' father. Ataat a week before Christmas Mrs. Grey; Jiiiei in England; there was no longer "tny'need for her to remain at her post, for peace >W.n6t> 'jproblaimed tintU the following Wink, yiolot'e sweet faoe looked lovelier 'thin ever, when, resting her head off her ?mother's "shoulder, she told of t all her ?piesent happinesa and sunny hopes for the ; JatureV lire. Grey gladly 'assented to thu Wodding being postponed for a- while; :'6Whad been parted for many months ? from her only ohild, and thongh rejoieiug it the happy proape'ot that eeomed ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 2 October 1880

BIRTH.       AT Gowrie, on the 23rd Instant, the wife of the Rev. Dr. WHITE, of a DAUGHTER.

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SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

SYDNEY LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. ~!. Tliq cattle;,markefciis fully suppjii? ?:.;?; wis ii ,';'. ;Sheep markot is steady. sWcfchera M ?jy6ol 1 .i25. , ,6^,.8h : ora.Be to 8s 6di w ! 'l

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

TELEGRAMS. [THROUGH GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. SYDNEY. Tuesday. AT the Free Selectors , Conferen yesterday afternoon, the matters at cussed were the tenure of Crown Lan ?"7: l " *- OU3,uer and report upon il Lanaiewe as soon after tl, e ? of next Parliament as poseibfc, t ~,' ofpre W.,-a progressive Land-T ? and a National Bank. T It is probable the bnain BeB ,f,. Conference will be brought to tt 4 n eion to-dfty, ' c ' At the auction B0 1 0 yeeforda, Hilhere Estate, near MoMnlifiJ P? rt, ? of Dartbrook E, lnt? n Aberdeen ; and portion of GnnJ near Mernwa, ,wero cold. Hot, amount of the eale was ninety i>, thousand .four btmdred and .{J three pounds (£08,473). ? Notwithstanding the' increa?ej , ceipts of wool, of which over two'Cho, Band bales arriwd yeeteHay, r< rj 1, if.ll> offered here The anxious to get all they can |, oBle for February eslo?w ? i i , ~ The Suez mail wilf bo ifelJTcna 1,, to-morrow mornings The deck honee fpund at Bdiftbnr, South Australia, Ie sopp...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Maitland Races. FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5,1880. (From a Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

Maitland Races. FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5,1880. (From a Correspondent). Tub following aro the results of the'con tests for the varione events ' decided at tho Spring ; Meeting of. the Northern jockey Club, wlifch commenced to 'day: FurfNQ HANMOAIY-- 7 Furlongs. " Mr, S. Leggott's oh g Reform, 6 yre, 7et... .1 ? H.C. \V!iite'BohfG!eain,4jTe 1 75t21b3 2 J, Caeh'a br g Idea, nged, 7et Clba ... : 3 ' Two-Ybar-OID Stakes.—s Furlongs: Mr. J. Mnyo's bay 6 The Qem'.'.i ... ... 1 : . J.,AduinflV Whirlwind ;.. ... ~; 2 . J., Gush's Zara : ... ...;?. 3 NOBTHKIIK JfOOKtHf. OLOB HAKDICAP^. - .. ; .1 fljilo 7 Furloilgs. ?.-., ; ; - ?Mr. J. Slayo'e Secun'dap,' 5 yre, BstlOlbs 1 ? ,J. Cash's brg Idea; ogod, 68t'41b5... 2 D.. F. M'Kay"s b g Scrubber, 4 yw. ; , ? '?:? 6et lOlbs ... ... ?... ;.' 3 Maiden Piatk-Uij Miio. Mr. E. Cook's b t Lady Mary, 3 jrs ... i j;.MooTe'scUf Venetia, 3 yre ... <j ?'? .f. M'Carthy'e b c Stanley, 3 yre ... 3 Bbisoe of WALEb , Stakes.—lj Mile. ? ¥ r f £? I-...

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THE MELBOURNE COMMISSION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

THE MELBOURNE COMMIS SION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) YOURS, GEORGE THOS LODER. SIR, —I received a circular from the Colonial Secretary's Office, addressed to George Thomas Loder, J.P., Abbey Green, Singleton," on Saturday evening, jh forming rne : that;! hud, 'in conjunction with .other gentleman, been appointed by his Excellency the Governor, wilh.the advice of the Executive: Council,.; to represent. N.,'B.,Woles at.the Inter national Exhibition, .Melbpunio, 1.880. , As.l had,no doubt that the,intention was to appoint Mr, Georgo.l Green,', Singleton, I returned the ipirculnr, with enclo?uro : giving that numn nn<l ariAraca by the next post.

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THE STOPPAGE OF MR. PROCTOR'S LECTURE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

THE STOPPAGE OF MR. PROC TOR'S LECTURE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I have the honor, &c., DIOGENES. Singloton, 4th October, 1880. SIR,-In reply to a letter signed "Sabatos" published on the 29th [?] allow me to say, I never of my own choice re-open a subject, but there are some pei;Bo,n? ; BO.:ob.ta9e,j that they jean ;| only .view,; t subject, from* ;their -own stand-point.; i; .Ailoff;; ,mc; to ~inform .". Sabatoa" - that I- am well',aware of . the; | in ; tbe ,4th ;T Opinf; mandment, ; an'd ,. f respect;those ipe.rspn?'. thai,,observe them ibut i,not'" under ,the;guise ~pf; hypocrisy. < ,!The' ; gravamen of : the chargo made. ; against ; Mr. .Proctor is, that he purppaed oharg-' ing fpr admission,tp-his Sundayilertnrei' .'I ,beg; to.i qnnex, ; copy : pf lettor i <trans-', mjtted, |rbm, hie agent :tp ; the : Chief Secretary, ; - ;^token , from ! tbe .-?% Sydiiey'. /Seraild*/:^'^'j: <._\,l\',:\\iu< i' % It appears. fr...

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Three Persons Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

Three Persons Drowned. From the Papers. A SAD and fatal accident occurred at Gosford on Sunday morning, resulting the death of three persons. Dr. Lowson (late of Merriwa), accompanied by a .man .named , Jurd r and a lad named .Boston, eight years of age, started from .Gqsford in a boat at 4 o'clock on , Satur day afternoon on, a, fielring excursion. On Sunday' morning a man .named Andrew Murphy found tho boat bottom upwards, in broad wnttr, near Point Frederick, nnd gave the alarm. The bodies of Dr. Lowson and Jurd were found near the boat. The doctor's foot hnd.caught in tbo sail rope, and Jurd's head and body woro entanglod in eomo fiebjng lines." Tho body of tbo lad Boston has not yet been recovered. The doctor's watch and a testimonial received by him from liU friends at Merriwa \yero fonnd upon bjm. 'flio watch slopped at 1.5 a.m,, and a ?qdden occurred about that lime.v Dr, .Jjbwson was said lo lib an excellent swiuiti:or, Holiad only teen u-npidei.t of. Gosford five weeks, an...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

Correspondence. All letters must be signed by this authors We object to libels, personalities, abuse, and inane nonsense. Paper will be supplied to those who cannot afford to waste one side of i sheet. Our columns are open to all, but tl)e tire liot responsible for ourodrrcspoh'dents , opinions.

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Recovery of Bodies. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

Recovery of Bodies. Newcastle Herald. ON Saturday morning the body of Antona Valgar, a [?] belonging to the ill-fated ship Susanne Godeffroy, was recovered on the beach about three niiioetliis-eido of.tho Beetle of 4he jato wrecki!- :!Tlie body, appears'to have been discovered by :Mrsi: Hunter, residing 'in tUnt'neighb'onrhoodif'by whom ! .;is jwe'e' coverod .?; with. ! tanyas, Jondr information, sent ta the police. Two of thodocoa??d'e' shipmates; (.William ; Bnrtele ond Jioljh'j JBiley);,';acoompaniod' by sonfor-s<3rg4a;nt: Dick and' some'r the , ; wator police; proceodod to thoepot,a r ndhaving identified; tho,body, had it to thoi hospital. - During tho afternoon 't\{f { ? District Coroner held a ; ;forinnl:iuqu?6t* .at Naval Brigade Hotel, when a rdrdicif ; of drowned in ithelwreclcof the 1 Siieahno' Godeffroy . wae returned,.?Dr.. , s?ichfird t Harris giving; ..medical evidence. | A peculiarineidehiin corjnectiQn.with idoi.' cea?c'd w?b'"''tbht ! hje' uhca?hed ; adva...

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The Sires of the Season,-II. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

The Sires of the Season,-II. R. R. FOLLOWING up my remarks a few issues ago, Upon the Neotsfield s tud, I may mention that Mr. VV. J. Danger has, in conjunction with, his station at Myall Creole, iio less lliati 280 mares and 7 stallions available for breeding purposes this season. I doubt if any other breeder o? the Aueirajinn continent or elsewhere can boast of the po?snasiom of so largo a etud of pure-bred horses. prom HJpo'tefpld w.o croaslover to Mr. A. A. Dungar'g doni.qsnea, bearing £lio musical tijtlo of Barot/ua, |th.oro £0 toko ? pe.ep at. his well-known Arab ejre', .-,?.-. :l : FaUhan. This—ono of tho prottieet Arabs in the oofouy—hns beon' beforo tho breoding pnblio fpr seyepl ypar9, nnd his qualities nro' therefore 'not unknown, ffe ie a bay, -With blactc points, and 14A hunda hjgb. PU progeny will boionnd in KJTflwl parts of the colony, Thftt ho is smaller as" his younger coiiexn^piaffi'?: Alifj is readily, seen^but ? appearance is, I am intl!neil? t&?tl?ink,-o...

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The Late Captain Edmondsen. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

The Late Captain Edmondsen. A CORRESPONDENT to the Sydney Daily Telegraph writes as follows:—"About seven years ago one of the A.S.N. Com-<*> pany's steamers left Sydney on a dark 'niglitj' and whilst 1 steaming dpwni'tbe harbotir tho- i pn'ssengors 'arid' crew were suddenly alarmed to find 1 that a firo had brokoh' 1 out on theTnafn'hatchway; |J -|A dehse , ! Vdlnme ; of stnqlc'd enveloped, : the £;bip, r an'd so stiflifig'were the fnmds. fu!a,t, it wae' i 'o?ideht'tbey arose 'frdm : sbrnS pernicious cbemicarsubsVnncesi -EvMy-: -' body rushdd as far'as tliey;cou'ld possibly,' got , from' tne' ; .Bavo"' One manj' who', 'pftrcefvtrig thp- necessity for immediate! notion rah to 'whdro >the fire was rnglng, :l ah'd- in a iuinntc ot,. two returned; with bis , hands burnt and his clothes,charred, and.- with, the-.infor-j rhatioa that .all diitiger, was over. Thiat' niaii was poor Edmondsen, who breathed^ !his; last iNewcaetle -on ; % Icarbby of sulphurio ajaid, it appont...

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1880, (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1880, (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) Walter Marns was summoned by Mrs. Margaret Cosgrove for assaulting her Mrs. Cosgrove appeared in the box, and in reply to t his Worship stated'that 'as the defendant .'had apblogieed to her, and had'promised not to illuso her'boy ognin, she was unwilling to prosecute. ;'? The P.M. 'severely' reproved the fendant.' : 'Oh account of the /good character "which ho had received of him' from Mr.vMonro/ he wbuld allow the case to bo on his paying 5s : 6d costs. ' ; ' ; ;. ?''? '.' '''?? : ' .' Case withdrawn accordingly. ' ' : There was another , ;and pimilar caeis against '.the same defendant. The plaintiff, in that instance was, Martha Stafford. .-'''? ? ' ' ?? ; ' ; ; : ?;.- On the case being?called,.the plaintiff failed to appear,'and : the' P.M. hacl no other al'erhaiive than to'strike out tho case ;at tlie same tinae '"he ropeated the reprimand given 'iii the previous case and'warned?tho.defendan.t not to .come 'before the cou...

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Curious Story of Sir John Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

Curious Story of Sir John Robertson. THE Albury Border post is responsible for the following curious story:-"It is not generally known that the names of all parents in arrear of payment for the, education ,p} their children, are Bent, down 'u> ; ..It is so. Well,' a , β^nafctpr. in tlie' : Albvtry.district; wa?jin! negotiation!with- the Lands De partment, for, some land 'that another dpplicari t liad made proposals concerning, ilt happened that' the., .? nid' squattqr had a son who took' ; ndvantcigp of. the \ppyt Avi and attended' a, Puhlic School., He: had attended, school three.weeUs of .$$ 'nibiijili, [ and ha^'paid hie. threepenoo weekly.' ; On the firet;.day qf.tlio fourth week he wasi alep preseni, brit omitted to liring ;'the fee ;' sickness preventpd hie 'atioiiilanco' tuat.Ayeek,.bo that the name of 'liW J fu'liier wns Bent to, Sir John Jloberteoh'.a?.thd name of jane indebted ?'tt>'/hie'- to the. amoyjil.of thrbepbnce. ..'Welj ? ,iri few Bit , John 'entered.the '.La...

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Singleton Police Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) WIFE DESERTION. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

Singleton Police Court. MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1880. (Before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M.) WIFE DESERTION. James Battle Austin was charged, on remand from the Temora Bench, with abandoning his wife. Constable Hickey deposed to ing defendant;;intp,l?iieci;stodyi,at; the Sngleton He also received tho warrant of arrest iesucd.rrby,:the Single-, tori Bench; also depoaitions aRd; remand warrant'from Temo'ra. '"?',." "^ ; -" ]"'. Sehibr-Sergea'ht iWefeb' asked for a remand to epflWe him to send for, defe.n-, idotit'ewiife; l ' 'He did.nbt; direct' tobail defendant.'" '. .; I r> ?"The defendant, might bo released on his own bail.' ," _ :?;?'-. ,:: .Tho : P.M. conld'hot-take his owti bail alone, ü bnt -would'accept bne 'Burety, tn '*-"??? <' : < -??: ? ? : '?%, .-Senior-Sorgeant..,Webb, Btated that .tlio police .hadi endeavoured ,to -.obtain for defqndant but .had not succeeded., Everybody who -bad . ; been- askod bad pbsitiyely.rpfueed. i ./., : ,; .:.;/- ?*???- ; ':. ; ' .....

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Fun at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 6 October 1880

Fun at Home. Donahoe's Magazine. DON'T be afraid of a little fun at home, good people. Don't shut up your house, lest the sun should fade your carpets and your hearts, last n laugh should ' ehako down.a fow.ipf thb, musty old 'welia tliat hanging thore. If you ;Want to.ruin yotir. sons,, jet; thum think that nil mirth, and social enjoyment must bo loft nt tlio throshhold withput, when thoy coriio home at night. ..' , When cnicq tt]iome is, regarded as only ft place.; to cat ? drinlc, and Bleep, in, tWwork'js begun that cn.dH.in gumbliiiH bousos and reoU'ess degradation. Young popple inubt have fuji and relaxation Bomovrboro ; if fcboy do not find .ifco.t thoir own liearlh.fltouos, they will seek it .at other, and lesa profitable places. Tlieroforb, lottbo fire burn biightly at night in winter, and let tlio windows bo cheerfully tUrovyn open in summer, and mnko the homestead de lightful with all those littlo arts thas pnrents bo well re- Sree? the bfloyam 'spirits of your chil reu. J...

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