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Gladstone. (From our own Correspondent.) July 8. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

(From our ovrn Correspondent) July 8. . As this is the first" communication from your Gladstone correspondent to appear m the columns of the Recorder, permit nio to congratulate you most sincerely on tho .atop you ha wi taken. It Babms like a { child's play'in word3 tosay'■two papers published .once a week and one paper pub-;; Halted twice a week." or like a very sitnpla stint in arithmetic of which tho answer i3 "there' is no difference, they are equal." ;But 1^ am sute that' in your case tho latter will be far superior to the former for. many and ^obvious reasons. A long .and a healthy life to the 'Recorder; and may it grow rapidly in all i the qualities and graces; of a mind-moulder, and act as a healthy stimulant to public opinion. We Had' a: "very representative mooting jhere^yeaterdayofdelegates from pretty well all the local governing bodies in the Beetaloo area, and your own town was well and worthily represented ■ by Messrs Wil cher and McDonald. His Worship the Mayor (tfr....

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Occasional Notes: Local and Otherwise [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

oooaslonai-Hotes: By ' Sii.va. *' " The banquet givon Mr; Koehlcr, was a great success; ' Tito gentlrmen who attcndcd?it Went-with the full' itituntion of eji joying'themselves, nntl inmost eases ibis progranmie'.was-.carried out fc» per-:: fectb>n. * Those, lioivever, who had .any. distance (to' walk home founl the way 'unusually, long, and according to alL accounts-: .when they .arrived at their dusUnati<iiirf«»tnid that the hntpegs and u iifbrolta stands :liad'UM'derg»ne n remark ablo ltf(\ii3itiou. It a'so:1 required a decided mental effort to discover what had became of, tlio,,d<»or; handle. / Those who had the good furl unci to have left iiujir bolter half to- await-thoie refuro received full iiistruclions-n& tt; the where abouts <-f the 41 household furniture and effects.":, They also reepjved some ofthe Indies opinions on banqueting,1 which to the.diuer out s tunded like <*' extra toast" with -varia'ions.- I . heard - th...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

VSjortiag STeifl3. [By Viator.] The stand taken by several prominent members of the Victorian Asstici.ition (in cluding Troti and Bruce) against the Aus ■ traliau Cricket Council. does not augur well for the success of the nest visit to the o'd country in 1899. Certainly tlie motion to break loose; from the Council: was not carried, but it was rejected only on the easting vote of the chairman, and he had. previously voted''against it. The Australian Elevens have .clone •> greats amount of good in other matters as well as advancing eiickek interests, but when the playiivj want to come and go just as they plci'se to ilia detriment of inter colonial erickelitisabouttime their money grabbing .ideas'.wore ; nipped' in the , bud. Without intercolonial cricket we would very soon bo \\ ithout young playeri to take the places of those who have hid their day, and one of the prime ftiovers of the above action has outlined his spiiero of usefulness as a player, and this, no doubt, is the rea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Did ?on ever see ona? It ia as playfol and harmless as & kitten. Yon night haveone with you for weefa acdnot suspect danger. Bat, beware! Soma day it will surely spring, and the fight for life is gthand. It is just so with a cough. Yoa may carry ©Eowith you for 'creeks and not think of danger.. Bat the danger is there. < Some day tho fight will be on, ascitis a question which witt win, Congnnqptfcit or V<?g» Myerps promptly cares all baby coughs: bat it can not always coro the foil grown cecghs of tho nsosfc sdvaaced stages of disease. Yet eves here it will bring- comfort and ease. Then as® it "early for acnte colds; coaghs, fcron chitis and all pulmonary troubles. * t ^ -J »*' * ■* „ Beware of tfccap'Stitftailons. Seo that |h& BM{?, Af«^ cni«Ty PectoTai»U blown JO *no cajh bottle* Yu% up to large and. snuuf: DRAP NOW OFFERING . . oods Sacrificedv Mult Regardless of Cost. Regardless of :Gost. Great Bargains at Cottle's Stocktaking Sale. Keal Bar...

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The Baroota Creek Water Scheme. OFFICIAL VISIT OF INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

The Saroota Creak "Waic-r Sskeso. ' 0FEICT AL TISIT OF INSI^GTION; On Thursday morning a party, consist ing.of the Mayor, Mr. G. F. Claridgo; Mr. Kobarson, Manager of tbe C.II.1'. Go:; and Mr. N. Simons, J.P., accoRipaaiod the Conservator; of Water, Mr. Jones, and Mr. Hicks.'oh an official visit oMnspcetion to Baroota Creik: Mr. Simcns went by tho special invitation of tlio Conservator "orr account of his loni' oxperione:s in the dis trict and his k nowledgo of tbo various watercourses. - Tho party left at 7 in tbo morning, and no stoppage was mado until Tclowio .dam was reached, when tbo party alighted and examined tbo dam, which Mr. Simons con siders could bo used as a storage or reduc ing tank. , Tho Resident Engineer thought it would he better to construct a new dam a little lower down tho track. Tho Telowio dam is situated so that it could ho con nected with cither the Bick Creole springs or tho Baroota Crook springs at a distauco of about fire miles from either place. Tho dam ...

Publication Title: Port Pirie Recorder And North Western Mail
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Wandearah (From our own Correspondent.) July 1. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

J V •rr* .• F-s ou-W&a&earali "v ,Vi ft- • fpr^OTu^CorfcS^uiidu.v ) ' ' f »» _ ., - - -J.tllv 1. XTcsi^^slo^in^URda^^dimny was ce!c surttionS' u-^rfe7 pr'dafchoi: ? -Irf'dio 'morn in:* ,*^ud ovqiling'by,6! io'life?? ffi 1 n, Bible aiid ia , ry 1 .^..^ppcjei ,ny iu the 'afteriirmn - and m cWi)'d» ..ayd" the surm&joavait^sictiflAlMJ u< 1' oFg- »'o:t ad*ice )nnVviiVsttfieti»ti, white the o.>lloc:i')ii5 5i^#y^jp^t«hi£D aiondi>y-tJiT5.cUiidrpii - Avcre regaled wiili alJ^Jic^jii^Qsthityjs that arc usual y enjoyed.-; *;Thq, t£«ders als.i Aftflr&hc tea Revs. Mr. f&pjj&ou,^<Wv£v« S^l cs were >4°*'W -R^MiStubts-.: | cr«? ?t;d,^( f<$~i ju i Hio sbw« a not ib<P^W9f#^:^%i^fui^«9)Liy t J1 |WSv.S»turday §i,ta?V."M^»«TOildW9ik f..r to ,j li^v^^it^e^^ndr^idi^^ c^Jjld" not Wfii wry i»%«fcf8 &b #r<&?9fl*BS -"man VTIl^cluian<?» 8-.ng ?*IV jpP oi S i ■ Icie ly, M fes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

3. DUNCAN, ■' ' (LATE GORDON# DtTSCAK). ; S 0.L AnKXANDEIt SXfiEfiTj EOaT PIMB I J ■ ■ ,' ■ «+ i > , ItONKY TO JiEKD AT^OflTE^T f.URKliNT BATK8, ALL; LAND AGENCY BUSINESS; TRANSACTED >r D. C. S C OT T, SOUCiTOIt' Notary Pcisuc, Commissionki;, eto. ^ U E ENISv C-H A M33ERS, PORT PJRJE. T F."WA£iT£ ^ '■* r; soLior^ofiti^^'0" v UoMMtsstoNEB .vfOu-iAffidavits, Ellen-street (ne'xl door to.W. Howard - vSmitli'anH Sons,. Jitd.) PO ttT.-P.LKIE. F It E D GREY, ? *1" AS much pleasure in' informing 0. liis many friends and'tlie public generally that lie * has,.- commenced bu3iucs< as AUCTtONEEli; v - COMMISSION ^:;'AGE^;^\;;;::ACConN.TANT> \YKEAT-£UYEK4 LAND AGENT,, HONEY LENDEltj &C.V&C.JI,. "Rents and Debts Collected. Estates Liquidated or pnrciuvsetjlvfor Cash Auction Sales conducted anywhere In the Colony. ■>' i Having a 1 arge amount of Capital at Command I am prepared to' make CASH ADVANCES on Bills Sale, Freehold or . Leasehold ^Properties Furnitur...

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THE EXTRAORDINARY POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

THE EXTRAORDINARY 1'OMTlCAf. SITCA tiox. Thc'.fivelycars" peace and quiet enjoyed ; bv the record Ministry hna given place to an unexampled storm. Up to the present there arc no fewer than five no-confidence amendments under the consideration of the Legislature, two by Mr. Ward in the Council, and three in the Assembly, two by the Opposition and one bi* the Labour Party. If the Assembly amendments go j to the vote, the threa minorities will | represent a cumulative vote equal to an overwhelming majority against the Go- j vernment. In other words, the Miuistvy cannot be blind to the fact that more than an absolute majority exists in each of the Houses who have no-confidence in their administration. The natural en quiry then is, Can Mr. Kingston retain | office with any sense of decency and self respeefcIf he resigns, it is also obvious that no other Ministry can ba formed, because no basis of coalition can be found between the extreme sections of the. Assembly. There remains, therefo...

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Crystal Brook. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

(Ermn&firb«rri>Ci>rresi>o::iloii fc.) ~ ^Scr°-'n'l¥eJk-ite" '?i)cjfia<«I^alu'ra:>y inoi'Minjr, Avlicii: the sad: %oirc*Hr%/brbughtAn that Mr George had com itli as estinctX lIcMjVjteired^Wirtis»iFhis usual ;}ti«alihvuH ihuiVijusijlInul Hinnlavakfast syjtji tcpttt 6ut frHKVttHUSd *Uisjilu«sos. but 'and* suiiiumnetl $ ^jary' '?rosn■ tlio rfeii1 could be iartdliced'THi" liis' iMul;>t!ie ivho'e ;i»KvtfP ieniWttisrs? ^ysl u*y .* f ^HtS funer.sl ivl<:6k»4iVTce •ni'-fhunftayi? amllvas iargeJy QflicjiViin^ at the Thi^.5feeri;iatiiiixl Simple ^lluvt* has taken ■* {i rhcS^i efced U ring rh o'J r f&Tno it I ] i 3. to"k ti>lsvco»ilfetd. on- S&tatdfty tciwfcen the loam |(frptji iie|gli|puEmg fpnj|5Ujpj,iin which iti'r ' - *1 " "' ' * " 'tiling''is .Io?>l{ing,sW|ij'Ti5l?,";wo" fiop'e ore UoAf-frc sfr ill1W vo'Hn*ofclt'er \ti iivfipuur; s. <tr;i:T> -jjSk;-: "J July 7. r .Q^vATond* J? I u-'i ilia 30isti iufc* Council '...

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SHIPPING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

ssbsbtg Post Pirio.—Idiiiode, S3 tie-*. 11 ibis. S.; Longitude, 138 <teg. i tain. E. ABMVALS. July 5—Inre^tigator, steamer, 345 tons, Anderson, master, from AdelLido via ports. Cargo—79 tons general. Jaly 5—Spindrift, ketch, 71 tons. I>. * Dinecn, master, from wast. Cargo— ' Fin*.., July o—Sfarj Lewis, ketch, 10 tons. Carbon, master, from Fort Augusta. Cargo—Sundries. Jely 6—Jes*io Darlinjj, steamer, 158 tons. Deny, trustor, from Porfc Augusta. 1st ballasts ■ Joly 6—Hawthorn, ketch, 51 twus. G. Baker, toaster, from coast. Cargo— Flo*. July 6—New Arrival, ctetcls, 24 tons, ■ ilartnatorf?, master, from coast. Cargo —Kux July G—Merle, kctcb, 20 tons," Anderson, master. from const. Cargo—Flus. Jilly 7—-Capclla. ketch, 73 tons Linqnest, master, from coast. Cargo--Flii3c. Jaly 7—Broaghton, ketch, 46*tona. Hodge man, master, from coast. Cargo—. Fltw.f July 7—Wilpena, ketch. 19 tons, Putlc-r eoo, master, from coast. Cargo—Fins Jaly 7—Mary Jane, kotch.,9 tons, Lnwion, master, f...

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CITY CHATTER. THE LEGAL AMALGAM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

CITY CHHTTER. Bt Twitter. I THE LEGAL AM A Hi AM. Tlw Victorian profession w torn in sim acr apon tho question of the legal sinal* gttu—tlutjhi to say, the Lawyer who prac tise* both as solicitor and barrister. Verv ^fa'ngontleace has been given to tlus B?jal Commission whieh is sitting; show^ "amalgam" docs not spare th« client ; for wh'Io ha r<3olv«3 the work into one person he burdens the bill with . co*t3 of two. A very interesting eenes of items wav published the other <bjr where the amalgam charged a fee for instructing himself as barrister, for a brief to inform himself, and with a fee for attending ^connsel. For years the pro easions hare been amalgamated in South Australia, and the advantage is ehiefly to country practitioners at Circuit Court, The public have not received the benefit which was intended for them. I am re minded of this In connection with the appearance of a new legal firm in Adelaide 'ff ' i^^e;junior'.-jiartiicrs; of the great Q.C. Th...

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Port Augusta Races. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

S?orS Augasta Saee's; . 1 Tho fasts meeting in; fh&!.{Nmih l ycard'Vis lirjvv-tlie Vtlti^US 'spotM* i the two-d?iys' fixture' jn^coritiecbioii: tfftfl i the siltovty lielil on Tuesday :and Thnrstnjy with pigeon;nr»tche3 oy; t,lu* .Vfrjdtic&ifty iiiieivouiug.' TliV ' weather was peilfoCtv iinsl with i luei.'itrnys'iCsulKl-spoVt^alie.ifr' ^' was n<>t snr|>ii.sing; ti> ilitul ;'auch{!4 lifr^c* attendancenwfei4^* Triil 'Stakes aiiU WeU^M^paitic^is wajv thank-j to Zulu. jio ; s atoned for his Vacant defeats hy^cafiyJfij** olT-thf; fc-vnehi-'f prizes—<-Ciip and'TTiiifdtffW1 Handicap.'- SWirr.nv.v jtcctfuiit&f'for the JTirat Muiulos. .being follotvcdt-hoinej^j M i^ra and Cuo-il.,, 3}I\c > J uinpers' ,FJ.i£ saw i he latter pair Gghfc thaiu l>fitUe *•»}'%• ng<iin, C unc! gaining the.victory. - Mj>; McDonald hul a whr'Tvitlr' S^vcrn'ila^ ^m^ tho Fiyjny Hindickp.'1 OY- tlTo ~3.Wn;X; day Camed so<>n:d in (h...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

DKPAKTUBES. July Sr— Era, steamer (Howard Smith's Lia©), J,650 tons. Moore.; master. for ei33em colonies. Cargo —371 ton3 concentrates. "W. R. Cavo & Co,} 115 tons lend, WroSen Hill Proprietary. Co.: 81 tons concentrates for J. Darlinj** & Sons: and 15 tons chaff, various shippers Jnly 3—Mary \Yebsier, scuooner, 92 tons, G. Carswell. master, for Port Adtv laidg via Wallaroo. Cargo for Wallaroo —83 tons timber, G. Wills & Co. For Adelaide—50 tons pig-iron. Elder, Smith.&0cv Jnly 0—Investigator, steamer, C. Andor joo, master, for Port Adelaide. Cargo —Sundries. Jnly G—Postboy, fore-and-aft schooner, G2 tons, Jones, master, for coast. Jnly ft—Jessie: Darling, steamer, 153 tons, Derry, master, for coast. July fi—Lady Daly; fore-and-aft schooner, .68 tons. Heritage, master, ior coast. Jnly 7—Mary, kctch, 33 ton G Ko«ser master, for con*t. July 7—&>bort Bnrns. lcctch. to tons. Eason. master, for coast Jnly 7—Mary Lewis, keich. 10 tons. C«rlso...

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Christianity and Socialism. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Sssialim. *0 538 BDTRJR. V - bit—I fsoisea tB yitsf-fesl ssstse another . attempt on lbs part n? " Albert Stubbs" Ji» ra«r?pressrit the uttoransas of Bid Tillett and the asms of Socialists generally. To those wh» !a! the pleasure of hearing Ben Tillett comment on the erindsB) ofyoar cofTsnpondent ia unnecessary. The lo^iefe of a "etubby" g?owth, and require® more light for its de*«!opraont. bat ninny who did not hear Bon TiHsU'a address may p»wnib!y bo misled by the mbauitl Btaterornfcs imputed to him by Mr. Stubbs. The following is a sample Socialist in bound to ha religisisa." How, Mr. TilUti did no* bsb the expression, bar, if I remember : lightly, hacc.nSsndad thafc Soshtism was an sconntnie seieRea thn® had no direct relation to matter* spiritual, yet many of Christ's teachings were exemplified in the practical application of Socialism. Therefore, r Cbriaiwn could bo a Socialist, hot * Socialist need not nesea earilyiw a pr>>f«s»ed Christian or a fiiHoirer of any sect or ...

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VESSELS IN HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

VESSELS IN IIARBOB. S.S. A«o, 1.493 tons, Bedford, master, from Newcastle. ] Fnrinfe ^Kurp. 4-toaatc<l rbarqno, 2,286 toas. Oibhons, master, fro in &ury. Inverlcchy burqrie, I.33D tons, Milno, roaster, from Antwerp. Bepublic, abip. 1 ,2S7 tons, Lcre!i. master; from Pu<&t Soiled. .. * Dinnella, scboonor. 81 tons, Clark, agistor, front Port Adalaitlo. Flax Crafts:—Capclfa, Young Galatea, Wilpeus, ' "Vivid, Lapwing, Oinco, Mary Jane, Btottgliton, Spindrift, Hawthorn, Elizabeth Annie, Now Arrival, < Sir W. l*o»ter.

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VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

VICTORIA. Mw-norRSK. Friday.: The postal aathoritiss hero ob= jeet to Henniker Hcaton's proposed oversea peony poafcagr, hecaase of the hoary loss it mjtd iarolro. It is pointed out thai the reduction of the fee t0( 2|<l. involWBd » loss of the Uepsrttnenfc of £10,000 per annum. The Cir&nd National r Hardies candidate His Orflco w»9 sold to-daj to Mr. D. N. Roberts, of Adelaide, for£600,

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AT ANCHORAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

AT ANCHORAGE. Lodor©? bnrqn<Y 1|36S toiid, JlcJurlrjv raaster, for Swansea

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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

NEW SOUTH WALES. £tdxkiV Friday A proclamation was imned to-day dissolving Parliament. The writs for the general elections mil be issued to-morrow. / The Minister of Minps intends establishing foar Scholarships in ccn« n«tioE» w»th the Sshool a{ Mines. Tha scholarships will be tenable for three years, ami - will be worth £100 j*er aanam. They &rs offered M an inducement to yonnj? mm 16 study mining engineering end mine manage stent. :;v A shocking tragedy oecnrred nt Newcastle to-d»y. when a man named Fiith ahot a girl named Nellie Wella. Frith gave himself np to the police after committing the erime, She motive of which ia alleged to be jealoaay. Premier Reid intends opening the riectian^ campaign by delivering an address to hi.i comfho^tits oa ,the Commonwealth Bill on Monday night. He neat proceeds to Albory. where he will apeak on the broad snbject of Federation. At the oheep sales to-<lay American rams sold at prices ranging from £l 15a.to £10 10s.

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Homing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

[iiy "Iso."] Lust:S;|t.ur duy l!ic P,;P. 11.0. Hew the Huso worthy youti}* bird's i-atrt:, ills?.day proving n fearfully bad one; ,vstfOmr head Wind (almost agah*) bloiving Iho whole time the births wcro oh the wing. Alosfc of th« mcmbnis got every bud horn •, which was credit-: abkv uU things/considered. ? .Ton; Jii-mvn was ijrcsfc ■witli:;,. ■!$_ yonnjf Englishman, bred by himself; Mr/ Miiler-second with one of Mr. Brown's breed ; and J. A. Milbourn third with one bred by himself.; Speaking of thj mngli weather wo have toconton.d with the following taken from an English paper will I show the changeable weather they have to coil!end with there. " Suitily Jhe vagiiries of oin- "English clinnite ] h-vye ucvvi' been morc. fai' hfnlly repre sented t luin during the present season, which promises to excel itsclf as re gards erratic tesnlW. The much de ' sired ra?li ;duly arrived in the middle j of last week, .atid as la to as live p. in. on Friday^;iI looked any odds on a blank Saturday...

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Women's Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder and North Western Mail — 9 July 1898

Amei ican vonicn seem to be a long ahead of ns in matter-of-fact. Ipliilosophy, This is not from- want . JiU>.?n''t»vbut simply from a theory that,what. c;in*r. bo cured must l>o en ,dpeed,'and that. thero is no virtue in stfqniWng wrinkles over f roubles; philosophic way of: looking at |ife|setfT£s;ttlicm, in good* stead, and gives them >««n expediency and con circumstances which some, pboplc1 might call hftarlless, bat which ,-to> them represents rather a nice bal '-Tnee~6f~lhe joys and sorrows- of exist *ie%e. ?!Aflady *Vas contplniiiing to an ®iT^eri<tu£'girl jdliat she conld^not get «re6am?iled to: tlw: dentlsrof her daugh snddenlyjiDiJ .ncei* Mentallyfakiih from her. '* I simply cannot milihc it," site said s.ully. '• That, is all the belter,'' said her T|-oiinf*^f^iond\/'{don't /realise it. Do t.ot hngVgrief ilil impossibleto vein *e3y._ !Nui sin^ one'syriet'is a common selfishness, as it prevenlsHitnicrsI beinrf Shappy." The American idea, t hough matt...

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