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Love's Yonng Dream.

A KILLINO FROST. '

A well-known gentleman, who, for obvious" reasons,; shall .be nameless^ '.was lately granted a holiday, and, his, fiancee being a few hundred miles away on a trip to a bosom friend, he conceived t^he brilliant idea of paying her a visit, without even letting her know of his intention. Love,,hastened jhis, , departure, (and arriving at the domicile he founcl that festivities were in progress. Further inquiries elicited' the fact th»t there had that day been solemnised a wedding, and while the hostess was (explaining matters the bride was introduced to him—it was the lady who a few weeks before had vowed that he was the only man she had ever loved.—" Wanganui Herald."

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Love's Yonng Dream., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2469, 19 July 1890

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Love's Yonng Dream. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2469, 19 July 1890

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