THE good keeper, as has been said, is a treasuregenerally one of Nature's gentlemen, and not too common nowadays. The bad keeper is a curse, luckily not a prevalent one-an affliction that should not be passed on to others by the help of a false or evasive certificate of character; while the indifferent keeper comprises the greatest number of the calling, and must be " tholed " as one of the more or less inefficient.