A GOOSE AND GOSLING
A lino between lore and lunaoy 1? proverbially diffioalt to dnw, »od pend og the re-henrlng of her owe we do not with te define under whloh oategnry Minnie Greenwood ebruld be plaoed. Thlt girl' nvAy eighteen years old, w»b In *6t*!o9 »t Sydeohatn np to Band«F, April 20 b, *nfi on that day left the houie togt tooharob. Nnthi >g farther wes beard of her until fcb* 94th, wbeo » gallant coal porter, i-mcned John D -vU, t ;aoued her from drowning In the Surrey oanai, at s spot wh.w t.hf> w»ter w«li f'xteen feet deep. Miss Greenwood wu In "oe oouree ohatgad 't Lambutb wi*h an a empt »t snlo.ae, ad is now a-ider rem-'-nd at Hollow a? I'll.tJ. The b gael m rj»*her romantic. I Instead of going to ohuroh the girl eloped with a y uih bearing the appropriate name of Gosling, and afte* wanderlm> aVoat for three days and spandlng all their money, they agreed to drown tbembcltbi. The poor girl plunged Into the wtier,but 9oiUog (bough bottw
matter ood fok t» hin beale. Fortaoate'y Daris was c!oso at b?nd, and broogh Greenwood asboro ; i-nt notbln<? mor* haa been h^ard rf tbe <"o <a-""ly lover.
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