|Chapter Title||TWO LETTERS.|
|Newspaper Title||Liverpool Herald (NSW : 1897 - 1907)|
|Trove Title||Marian Gonisby|
Lilian Whiddon, stood at fine garden, gate, and was. fanning, herself with , her k hat». The day had been a warm one, .'and the summer sun had sunk behind its 'bank of
/crimson-a welcome setting, for the'teaied . oity longed tor, the cool sea-breeze wjnioh.
She thought she, could hear George ooming, whistling like the light-haarted.boy .of .years gone by. It was George,, ajid a* he oame in at the gate he pulled of! his hat and .whirled it high, in the air.
Lilian, oould see, at onoe that her brother , was in the, best of spirits, and shev çeoame
anxious to know the cause.
4 Good newsP' she asked.j
. :' ' Well, yes, I rather think so 1'. replied George. ' Better news than I have baa for three years. Better news than if I heard Jimmie Ty son had died and left me Half .hi* : fortune I , Better nows than if I--'
(To bo continued.)