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FEARED TO INTERRUPT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

FEARED TO INTERRUPT, ()II thriLn s liicI U es lis l g II IIIIl ul wo)IIII Ineaint ithat sate siw her siapigrute sn'n, whll(lll hll ruthihh'^ly tu:rtand out oll " doll+?ln, MIaIIIIn|IIII! on111 1( t h L, II Ilier (of nt IIIJghblll'Ollnlr usciiport. Her frisr t? t hlIt r tihlm L d hil ex )IIILI) rIL· Ilr. I l'tl~llll* t l,'llq W llhl' ll ll IhJI1 bl. II Inllordll lllr11 Ina .I s IItr ,nsI hln r w1)IIL} Ithou 11 Ido b h, h (.(linl t n,, IIIII. NIlUr I|11 r 11t dowl IIIn)hl, tahI, ( I must ni uerno tat lit inigh l tiLLst Its troth fitr hl'r?n?), AllM r a dIIllll olf lillnl iionllll thel abi womqllllln Itrl ·rl Ii I'iIs. in hl'r Hllltillty ttlit Iindi lltccl il' , r uin l' l rl i i tIt n v? i with g I tilt ol"f p rlll's. , h11t w+,+ith l t hu , I i al, "* I ll iII il iCeII l ii ll 't hl s 111' Iitiki l ll 3 ' i I' I ''iltl , l n ii I a InItil1d II 1h l tti LIIIi. "i (l it li ii', I 'tIu t h lll Il ''h ite l ,III'h. IIt mitklt i it 11r it lt't ' it'l i M11I hts11' d'mllilll," t i t i ll' ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW PEACH. "THE PRINCESS MAY." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

THE NEW" PEACH. "THE PRINCESS MAY." At the Diamond Creek show last year Mr. F. W. Nink, nurseryman, of Queenstown, was awarded a certificate for a new seedling peach, which the show committee named " The Princess May." At the time we made special reference to the taking appearance of the peach, and expressed our opinion that it would become popular. Our belief is being fulfilled, as great inquries are now being made about it.   Besides the very attractive appearance   of the peach and its size, it possesses the additional value of having a good flavor and is of a hardy nature and keeps well -very valuable points. At the last Ringwood show " The Prin ceas May" carried off first prize for best dish of peaches, and the exhiblit caused many inquiries, The Depart ment of Agriculture is, we understand, iquiring into the peach, as are also some of the leading horticulturalists of the city, and there is every indication of "The Princess May" becoming a great favori...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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COPYRIGHT. THE LOOMS OF DESTINY. CHAPTER XLI. DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

CD PYRIG0.iT. ThE LOOMS OF DESTINY. BY J. MONK FOBTER. CHAPTER XLI, DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES. Exactly at twenty minutes past one Geoffrey Blandford was again peering over the wall into the yard. Silently, yet swriftly, and by a roundabout route, he had journeyed from the upper end of Lottesbury-lane to the back portion of the Ewan Meadow Mills, never encoin. tering a single individual face to face on ihe way, and only rarely coming within sound of a solitary footfall. As he had sped along his crafty brain ihad kept time with his feet, and as he s.aused there it was only to re-consider all the excuses and explanations he had invested for the mystification and con cilantion of Levi Crane. The watchman was not to learn from him that his fatherwas dead: was not to know even that he-Geoffrey--had ever been near home since their late inter. view and bargain. Crane was only to l?t.anr that his master's son had been so'aking a night of It with some friends, and that a new scheme had caused hi...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

'CENERAL. INFORMATION. A'siugle shrapnel shell scatters 340 death-dealing pieces. Spain has an average of *J500) hours of sunshine a year. -.T" A bomb weighing about 701bs. cx plodes into a shower of 1,200 pieces Frog skin nmakes the toughest leather known in proportion to its thickness. The barometer, it is said, rises higher at Irkutsk, in Siberia, than anywhere else in the world. ---f--· The brain is supposed to contain over 200,000,000 cells, in which thought works out its problems. --+ Cross is the quickest growing ofi plants. Under perfect conditios, it, nill flower and seed within eight days of planting. -1E ''Thl one hundred andl thirty-seven mIillion cells in the lungs would cover a surface 30 times greatcr than the humanl body. --*I It is calculated that I'ortugal has stored upl in her cellars 140,t00,0ttit gallons of wine. So there is little room available for this year's crop. -+- The sulnniest spots in the United Kingdom are tihe Channel Islands, which enjoy sunshine du...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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HOW ANIMALS FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

HOW ANIMALS FIGHT. --+- iWhile some domestic animals such aan the cat alnId dog, for cxaimplle. are fond of--engagilng in sham battles -apparently for the fun of the thing. as It rule wheln animals elngage in comhlliat ils they do it is withl a liSeI and deadll y plurpollse. And in tllhere coltelsts, as in others, ithe battle is noLt ilways to the strong. )For insltuLce, it light ltook place recently between a Polar bear and an Judiln sloth befar. The advuiiage ini size and activity wius so flar oil thile sie of .,tIhe white hear t.hai thie u ic sult. of the light was soIImewhat un explected. 'Thll smaller and awkward sloth lbar"killedl thle white bear witllout idifliculty and suffered very little i. 'ablf., :· iAinlongithe a*ntelopes -there -is onle isfleciel, uthle, sable antelope, whcllr . is not- ;onlya bold ighllter in self-de Ifence, but has devised -a systeml quite as ilgenious as thllose talugiht in schools-of-armlis. It has very long liolinted horns benlding' backwardls. If...

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ANOTHER CARD TRICK [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

'"ANOTHI R 'C ARD °TRICK worth rrecording is the ,following,. which I have often put in practice when' I' havo4had La 1whist.:party on handl. : 'Take .your padk a?iid flay; out' the cards ,according to' .'suiits" without regard to !sequence.' ,Place .them,. say,' clubs,? diamonds, spades,i hearts, clubs, diamnonds,, spades, t hearts,; and so 'on till the eitiro pack'is' exhaust ccd :Pick' thein up, and let everybody in 0company .cut, them ;till they ;are black;in'.tho'face :(or. white ,if the company. are black), then deal' them out in four hands." 'It will be found at the`end'of the' deal that each of the four players..has a complete suit in,his, hand, from atce to two. Only romemhera that a shuffle disarranges the 'wholo: business. An equally.suc cessful, if much more intricate, niethod of achieving'the same end is to:arrango the cards according to this direction: Eight'kings threatened to save nine 8 .K ;3 10. 2 .7 0 Five ladies 'for oioe 'sick knave '0..5 Q 4 1 0 Kn., placing th...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

. Debility Ended. PERMANENTLY AND FOR GOOD. " No one knows how I have suflered from Dyspepsia," says Mrs Annie Robertson, of Market St., Fitzroy, Mel bourne, " For six years it affected me, and, latterly, was getting worse. It reduced me almost to a skeleton. I ometil thoulghlt I wo-ld die. Hearing of the efficacy of Bile Beans, I decided to give them a trial. The results from the first few doses were encour. aging, and at the end of a month I could digest all sorts of food. In short, I now feel thoroughly cured." Bile Beans have now a world wide reputation for coring Biliounesse, lHeadache, Indigos tion, Constipation, Piles, D)ebility, Female WVeaknessee, Nervousness, lsed Illeod, Pimples and all skin eruptions, lied firettll, Annelis, Loss of Appe tite, Stueplelssese, Lumlbgo, Itheln nattism, andi, in fact, all nilments that owe their origin to defeolive bile flow, aesimolation and digestion, Bilte lBans are obteinalle from all medicine ven. ders, price Ia lid or 2a Od large box, ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

A SOCIAL Will he held in the KANGAROO GD. HALL On GOOD FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 10On, 1903. Good Music. Effielent M.C. Admission :-Gents. 2s 6d : ladies free. Refreshments provided. SMITH'S GULLY ANNUAL Will be held at iSmith's Gully on EASTER MONDAY; April 13th, 1903. A BAiaLL will be held in the ev ening iu the Hall. Admission to Ball, D)ouble ticket 2s,. Refreshments provided. Donations to Pic-Nic will be thankfully received. An Energetic Agent Wanted. .,.T. I B R A L Terms. Early application i . necessary. DAVIES-FRANKLIN • l " L..?. CO.,:Ltd., Ballarat; Victoria. For Sale, L ONG.SHAFT JINKER and Set Hlarness. Cheap. Apply, F. CARIiUCAN, Eltham. FISH I FISH!! FISH !! Fresh Fish for Sale every Friday. MR. W. PARKER, of Kangaroo Ground, begs to inform the public generally that he is prepared to supply customers every Friday with Fresh Fish at reasonable prices. Oysters supplied. All orders to be given on the preceding day. SUNDAY COACH TO MEET the ELTHAM TRAIN. MR. GEORGE COUTIR begs...

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WILLING TO OBLIGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

.' WILLING TO OBLICE. ~--*I- "Sir'," began a seedy indiv'lutll, as. ha - approached the head miloan of tho 'firJm, ."I havo seeni betLter da.ys, and if you will kindly render Ile i littloeassistanco-" ",I'm very sorry," interrupted the head man, " but I can do nothing for you to-day. Charity should be gill at home, you know." "Thank you, sir," replied thie mendicant, as hle cxtracted a mlenor andumn-book and pencil fromn a tny sterious recess in his apparel. ",What is your home address and what timo shall I call 7 "

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TUNNEL CAMP ANNUAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

TUNNEL :OCAMP ANNUAL SSPORTS. These sporta" were held in Mr. Cahill's paddock, adjoining the Evelyn Arms :Hntel, Greenshorough road, on Tuesday last, St. Patrick's Day. The .leather was very plensant, the attend-. ance of the public fairly large, and the clay's programme was carried out sucessfully and in good style. Mr. E. Purcell made a good starter, and Messrs. J. Ralph, P. Ryan, and S. Fielding as judges filled their position faithfully. The conmmittee were: Conucillors Ryan and R. Wadeson, Messrs. E. Purcell, J. Ralph, F. Body coat, J. Laidily, S. Fielding, O. Hen thorn, and W. Black. Mr. E. Brennan, hon. secretary, deserves to be compli mented on the manner in which he carried out his duties. The most ex citing event of the afternoon was un doubtedly the.weod-chop. The orderly behaviour of the spectators during the contest deserves special mention, as generally' speaking at contests of this kind certain sectionis of the crowd fail to control themselves sometimes to the annoyan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

A SLUGGISH LIVER Makes Days Unhappy And Nights Miserable. The Case of Mr. 8. FORTINGTON (By a Local Rteorter.) "Withosn any other end than to per form i utto the public," 6d Mr. ?u? yortmgn tc of ,o.·485 Rath n4treet, Car , to our reo , , ill try to help then by answering your questions." "I believe you have oftme spoken about a remarkable esoape you had some years ago. Do you mind telling me all about it?" With characteristio kindliness Mr. Fortington answered: "You shall hear everyhing 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 importsOco. I work a number of hours on onoiuift 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 steeood it, all right till a few years back, when my digestive organs commenced to play up with min. A feeling of oppression in the cbhest appeared directly after eating, combined...

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(Copyright.) The BLACKMAILERS. A Stirring Romance of England and Australia. CHAPTER XXIX. A SURPRISE IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

BL eAKM1ILERS. , "tirrin0 1Roma?nce of E4golanb anb Suetralia. , ;o~.e-+--- - By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "The Thirlstones of Londoul," "lteping the Whirlwind," &c. -A"' UIII'ItIISI IN COUII'J. ' li light was hurling but dimly; nt[il the glil did not it lirst p(l'rCeivu I , lle slfiddowy figu'e standing to 0110 .'sidel. She closed the duoor nd 's?e.i,pt forw?ll'd 111e the roo)111; then,, ,i'''"ll cinhlg ro au11 d, she utterld a Itlow siiirtledl cry. LEvid'ntly the l',i'ting "; 19 'isi Ioess a 5srpr' isel to her than itL was to lhinr1y, w11 ho for it i entiI1 ill. co"ill iltly stare with longing eyes, " it the., hetu? t-1ifilul face which hlad on hl?, SlateL hill, and without which life i.ust lie Ltoi hint only it blarren Mind oy.: les lllphase of existenllc. Tll girl's 1'lllLamazemenCilt and confusion escaped hlim, lild ite Iinsundlerstooid thle i sit tli"tioll.' A delicious agitating 'hope tlirilled ihis heart. S "'Lorna," lie exclaimed, tiakiig it stop towards her. " I...

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BLUE FOR CONSTANCY. THE STORY TOLD BY THE LOCKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

BLui F&I. iOH"FTAHNCY. THE STORY TOLD BY THE LOCKET. Once in in way constancy, long enough per sisted in, meets with duoe reward. That thli reward is apt to be like a pear which does not fall till it is over-ripe, and in, in falling, bruised to bitterness, is neither here nor there. The principle remains the sname; and it is an entirely admirable one. The case of Misn Barrett is one in point. Miss Barrett was the daughter of Captain Barrett, and she loved n'atmore almost at sight-that is to say, from the first week that he came, fresh from the Point, into her father's troop. It was natural enough that it should have been so. Patmore was a good looking fellow, whose worst faults were that he used too much per fectly unintelligible academy French, and that lihe took himself over-seriousely. The former, time would probably remedy; but the latter meant that ot the close of his career lihe would be one of two things, according as the hates-in tie guise of his superiors, from his ...

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THE ARTIST'S INSULT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 20 March 1903

THE ARTIST'S INSULT. Trelawney, ,iI I' 1 .1 1 1 i iii'111 11111111l11111i Iil         Shelley, was a superbly picturesque figure,           and n11 !111111 ~111111. 1111 111111 1 11111)111" Ill 1)V.Y 111111al 11 it-11111 1111111"1 111 1111" L(II((III(II 111) 1114 yI "I Ii'ill lC. iiI lii ~I)In'.D \~ iii iii lP~ 1(11111 111 11! 1111 \1 I 11111141 h1 ..11 1 1I 1111 I1 Il l l 'I II I iii111111111 11 111 111111C I 4111 1i 1 1. 1i % 1 1111 1,\1111 1Y 111. 11111111' 1111!111 11111 ,1 i111 111 I11.11 11 1 1 1 111 11, 'i 11)1 1:(11111 1111' 1 (111 ) 111' II Y11- 1'11 '111W 11 (1. - g -' 111111 1111' 111 (11111(111 111"11111 0 Ill., 1 1171u 111( 1111 Ill 1,1111111111 1! "Iii.111 1 11 " 1 l 1 1 1'\11111 1111111, A111111 ,11111 (11(11111 11 11)1111() 11 4 1111 111111\1 1'111 Il 11 11 X1111 (111.1 !'1111111111111 1111~ I· 11//111 1.11111" ' \1'1 11 ,11 1 "1111111111111I)( l s11li...

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UNFORTUNATE DANCERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

UNFORTUNATE DANOCERS A writer of sixty years ago tecsribes a scene at Almack's, the most fashionable awl exclusive resort of the day, which would now be disgraceful in any dancing-room wheresoersr. He tells us that., "in sord. that no one may encroach on the spayo nct apart for the dancrs, it is marked off by ropes, which extend along the room. This has the desired effect; ite space intended is always kept clear; but some of the more spirited of the dances, especially armong the male ase, often dash against tihe ropes in the midst of the gallopade, and sometinlee, by the rebound are thrown prostrate on the tIoor. There would be no harm in this, if they were themselves the only partiesa who suffer from their 'rushing," as Miss Caroline Frederica 3canuclerk says, ' like heIdstrong lillies,' because it would serveo o teach tlein to proceed at a more moderato pace next time; but. the evil is, that otbets, and ladies, tou, suffer as tllhemselves. \'hen tlhey are thrwn on the liller, it n...

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WHERE FISH SPEND THE WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

WHERE FISH SPEND THE WINTER, ila~lndI, a rrcogninell alulilir ly aii Hljliiirid thllrir habis, lti or Itnll I'1,1 a,~r~ i.hoi,' ha srl Int,, 11w lanici) 1)11.1, 1IaII IIII, inatlr Itanrt' abiuatl· IatI'.l )lagluu m 110\1)1 hit-ilrl sl~I.rac CIi Oiil ~nrr iii.~ llw tI, lIlalllt III.I.' hit1, aItItI aidll~ l~lY -all wrmni.( rl'iami ly lll ii ii li'i 111lnul tdIh Iuuuii it~oclu I tutw l ll tl rilltti. ui(IIiiiaI an Ilr llur a ii. l lilk'rilads tIII , (lar Wilil 0011111 tnliiiy ha,-.11 l'lliiia iii Ii I I ant1II) IIIV nha1II(~ll~kll 111 II,,. JI tt'i lngfll~l 1h',011. Ii ,,~cr pi-ajilati Ia dilu~

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THE LEGEND OF THE CZAR'S EAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

THE LECEND OF THE CZAR'S EAR. A strike recently occurred among the peasants in the western districts of the Chor son Province of tHusia. The disturbance was Investigated by the police and the rather extraorrlinary reaones for the uutbreak were uncertainedl. It seems that a picture of the Czar was re contly senut to all comlmunal councIls in liItusia, including. of course, tboe inr Chelson. An the picture only presentelt a side view of tire Ctar, only one ear was visible. Thin led thle preasante to beinve that the Czar poeseseed only one ear, aod the lone of the other they thus uccounted fur: Whlen Alexanler Ill died (sny thCes pea ants) his widow nld old adviser be?an to con fer trgether, afterwardn invitingl Nicllolan Il. to join t het. As awn as Crar Nicholas en terel thoe room he teclarlnl Itht all liad in ItRuia must be equally dividd amrong the presarrnt. One of his oornsllorm replied: " Ac ure es uu canot eaen yourown emcar you wonr't dclvidn the lanrrd." Thn Uolrthereupoo ilr...

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SHE SHOULD GIVE NO ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

SHE SHOULD CIVE NO ADVICE. I had taken a very touthsotme but not highly tinishle dinner at til mountain farm ioonse, and when I started on my way in the afternoon, the daughter, who had looked after Iny wants at the table, informed ime that if I had no objections she would " ride a piece " with me. As she was a good-looking. ruddy mountain maid, unlike the majority of her kind, I gave an immediate and unani mousconeent, and ne were oresenttly jogging along toward the Cumberland River, which we could see lying like a silver thread acrsne he green valley far below ns. "I presume,"' I said, liowing with as much gallantry an thle citcunnltances would per tilt, " tLhat if any of your bioal bhould ite ius riding together my life would scearcely be safe from their jealous rage. ' " Oh, I reckon 'tain't so bad's that, all to ince," she lauitel in response. " I'm sure they are n o indifferent as Syou woulld lead me to think P'relty Fitl nre not n Iploatifol In the mlountaiins. I .niiled. and...

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A BEAUTIFUL FOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

A BEAUTIFUL FOOT. Thie r in no doubt that the most beaull ful foot In the luender one, nil Ithis II wel reog?insed by thie fair nex, The atylislh gtI's hioen are alwnya large enough to avoid cnllmpinig the foot, and yrt are comfortable and wonderfully neat antd denllate. Thina i tlh Ia?i'l wily sUIn girln can dance anll night withlout retl, whle llholr haveI to ro. lhe early from al enjoyablile hall, loeaving Lherr heart blehhld--ln uslu they du nlllt lanuce ?an sulfur n iuolh with tllir f?le sa to relludls the pouniIlilty of real unjoymnent If a gir wears a piupur l llun, when thlle folt in Ibur,. aIt Ihe stands ulpon t in the ,rlvsaoy otf iler tbedrounm, it shotlt he ita pretty and dilrlilntu n IS blaby's. Theo Insteplwill bi hih, the heel dlloietel) farnlml, Illse kin am whit?ll eis alablnter, with, potillbly, blue nmi nh.,iwhtt through. ite genmtal tormt of tthe foot i llin b lenndurlth toas petilng,lprallhl, aitnd aellltetd y abuut the titlukolra oi it Ahelt Lo paller, ll and d...

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ELTHAM RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903

ELTHAM 'RAILWAY, TI? M TAlfLE. Wyaei DAYS. Leave aelholln?ur8 - t a.m., 4.10 p.m. Leave Hrlidelberg-9 2.5' .m., 4.55 p.m. Loavo GrieenboiurougI 17 m 2it aiter than tlelteber6, .and'- rrive a? EItlhen 25 mnlllule after le:ptii lIehlellerg. Leave IEltham-R.35 n.m., 4.5 p.m. Leave Green~.halo.lh 8 nilntlft, lntar. Le?ve llelJielberg--d.17 a.m., 4.47 p.m. SATUIJDA Ty. Leave Melboure--8.38 a.m. 2.10 and 6.25 p.mt. Leave Eltham--B.36 .m. ; ! aand 6.35 p.m. Leave Heidelberg-- 17 a.m.; 1.47 and 6.17 p.m. _---,,,..-.? -,?_ . . . ? ,

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