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Hobart herald. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1879-1942, March 01, 1893, Image 15

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MODERN GREECE. alive, and are hovering- about in the streets and the cafes and the newspapers ? landing at the Peiraeus with an ear trained and accustomed to the modern sounds, they will need only a handbook and a few days’ practice to tackle a waiter or a shopkeeper successfully' ; and a few weeks’ training might even enable them to dispense with the services of a dragoman iu travelling into the interior. A somewhat longer residence might make them at home among the people, and might introduce them to an interesting literature.” “ $ ) 0 bxxt” E nthroned on Seneca's shore, Hobart, majestic stands: A beacon-light of classic lore Upholding in her hands. Then hither turn, O youth, thy bark, 'Neath her enlightening ray : Receive from her, o f light, a spark To guide thee 011 life’s way. So when thou coursest o'er the main. And storms tempestous rise, Hobart shall thy frail craft sustain, Aud lead thee to thy pri/.e.

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