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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

:L1 ITOIBACCO Sold in 2 oz. and 4 or. (actual weight) Plugs, or in Cut Double - flak., packed in dainty Silvered 2 on. Tins. 7. A joy for ever ! A LONG-SERVICE TRAMWAY OFFICER MR. CHARLES ROCK 42 Gladen Street. East Brunswick. for 33 yers in the Melbourne Tramway Company. writes this letter (2/4,12). which is of special interest to all Rail way and Trncway men, to CLEMENTS CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "In December, 1911,1 caught cold and serious pleurisy. For three days my temperature was 104 degrees. My life was des paired of, but through taking the doctor's advice I live to-day, he advised my wife to get Clements Tonic, as 'THERE WAS LIFE IN THAT MEDICINE.' They were the truest words he ever uttered, and I would have been dead only for that grand medi cine. My wife paid 2/3 for the small bottles, had she paid £40 she would have had good value. I have seen a lot of letters about CLEMENTS TONIC in books and papers, but what I find fault with is that every writer has utterly failed to give th...

Publication Title: Shepparton Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

4 to 5 lb' Porcel ýa' Z . .. AGE O UR XMAS FAIR A HUGE SUCCESSE PHENOMENAL BRAN In All Departments A DAZZLING CARNIVAL for Xmas Shoppers. 1 COME TO US FOR YDUI CAISTMAS PSENTS. See Window Displays! See Window Displays ! See Window Displays ! ALL PARCELS RAIL OR-POSTAGE FREE TO YOUR ADDRESS. It will. Pay you to come-Miles and Miles to take advantage of Our Prices and supply -.your needs for many months come at our Stupendous MoneyýSaving Prices. A UFI~]B * __ __.M i Olympia Pictures. OPEN.AIR THEATRE (Next Mechanics' Library). THLE VERY LATEST IN PHOTO PLAYS, EVERY MONDAY and WEDNESDAY tDuring the Summer Months. Special arrangements have been made to show a variety of films by the best makers, equil to anything shown in the leading pieture theatres in Melbourno. Latest Electrical Plant installed. Patrons Please Note.-If WET on ANY WEDNESDAY NIGHT, the Pictures will be shown on the following THURSDAY NIGHT. If wet on ANY SATURDAY NIGHT they will ho shown on following MONDAY NIGHT. ýre...

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COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. THE LATEST REPORT FROM DOOKIE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. THE LATEST REPORT FROM DOOKIE COLLEGE. The cold spring with intermittent hot days (during November) reduced the fertilisation of the florets oe those varieties cf cereals flowering at the time of thses cold cnaps, otherwies the average returns of all varieties would hsve been exceptionally high. As it is, a high general averegs is exprcted. On a previous ceension, I (Mr iI Pyo, Principal), mentionod the names of the more promising varieties of cereals, and so I will not on this occasion recapitulate the substance of my last report. The fi st whdat harvested wee I3unyip, an early work strawed variety that was more or Ices damaged by the stormy weather. Its yield will bh about 21 bushels to the acre of a very fine sample of grain. This I expect will be the lowest yield. [The barleys in No 2 field were harvested, but the grain has not yet been weighted. The returns will run from 118 to 10 bushels per acre according to the variety. The quality of the g...

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CONCERT AT NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

CONCERT AT NIGHT. At night an open-air concert was held in the Recreation Reserve, and this also was attended by a record crowd, who showed its appreciation of the per formors by hearty applanso and fre quent encores. Mr W B M Wood (the secretary) presided, and during the progress of the proceedings thanked the public for its splendid patronage, the Shepparton Model Band for its excellent music, and the singers and others for the fine prcgremme that night. The following took part ir the programme -Songs: Misses Ruth Gritfiths, Flor. cene Summerten., B Broad; Mesers J L Hodges, W Ii Hamley, and T LTrvioe. Gymnastio display, Messrs H G Wilson and J B Oswell. Selections, Sheppar. ton Model Band. Miss Laura Trevan officiated as accompaniste in her char. aeteristic cepablo manner. It is expected that a substantial sum will be handed over to the Mooreopen Hospital, which institution shares n the profits.

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THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

THE SPO ' . M'idon klate, 1QOyds-Doherty, i W Bock, n; Qairk, 8 A close itnise Four starters 4ime, 14 1-"jsecq One Mile ýlicycse Kace-Ash, 1 ; Jor daen 2 BigginP, a Won by about a }ength Five starters Tailygaroopna Gift, 130yde-Fireb beat: ME Hazen, 14yds,1; 11 1iitchi3, l6ydc, 2; a flee Etart; a 81255 iuiSh, about a foot eepsrating the placed men; time, 12 1"Jsece Second boat: L little, 13 4yds, 1; Kennedy, 16yde, 3; won very easily; lime, 12,ecs Final lOttle, 1; Hagen, 2; Ritchie, 3; Ken nedy also started ; a fine race, won by a coople of feet; time, 1? 1-,seoe Novice Bicyale lace, oae mile-IKig. gins, 1; Jordan, 2; Rudd, 3. Won by a length. Time, 2min 3 1.lceee A pro. test was lodged against the winner, on the ground that be had previously won a race; it was upheld. Youths' Handicap, under 18, 100yds -Ritchie, 1; Doherty, 2; Hawkino, ,. An easy win Time, 11 4.usees .* wo lile .Bioayolo ieco-Ash, ; Jor. dan, 2; Holland1, . Won-by a longacb, Five itarters . Putting the WTe!ght (19l...

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OLYMPIA. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

OLYMPIA. BOWLS. , I The Shepparton green wlee bright appearance on New morning when, at 10 o'clock, 12 were assembled in a friendly Numn'keh club visiting arrar play Sheppartoo in the forencoi to Tatura and play there it afternoon, and return to catch the ing train back ta Nurnurkab. Z was fu'1 of good wishes for a hap prosperous New Year, and a nito dial game resulted in a win for parton, at the close of which t epective clubs vero toasted and cd the prctidcnt, Mr Hiarvey, doij speaking on behalf of the winner Spence, president of Numurk.i sponded in a happy strain. y' l: are the eceres: Shepparton, 109. Plink 1-Kennedy, Lanyon,Wilse Whitehead 2-Henderson, Maltby, Da ney, Brunton .. 5-IHriie,Mattbews, MG ii; vray, Dr MKonna 4-Treaby, Harvey, Kendý. Sandy Numurkab 50. Rink 1-MPPhereon, Cutler, Fit water, Coop 2-Pattereon, Harper, FI rn'n, ItevL o 3-IKilpateiek, Corlett, Slez I)c Spapeo 4-Greig, Salleek, Callond Teare ...

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THE OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

'(ui BOFyF lLS, 'The following is a list of the officials who assisted throughout the day Starter, W'R Banner; assist-sta tre t) BM Koenij ; judges, WVBowey, Wht. toeson; shoal throw og5 W Z'(nobbeek referee, W £djottevahcad; handiosappers, WV Troep (pedestrian), W Motters bead, f 1a Trewin, Phil Meichel, jr, Rev J Q Horner (local), H Canoet and W Mottorsbead (cyc'e); color stowards, ( Docking, L Chapman ; obarno of lelf - Adams; blackboard, A Coumings; protest comsutite,. T S Baudilande, J St ;bbe, WV 1,totterbhead ; gatekeepers, S $ Rinsick, John Mfills, itery Moss (day), J Bilifagham, J M'Orabh (night); t ckpr bc;, ?d Fish and - Malseed. Stewards for minor events were-Messrs G Close, jr, T Burns, H Hanson, (Go Iaglis, E Pinchbeek, T Borgess, ( E and H W Trewin, T Strang, L Ford, J B Opie, T and WH Deonanc;, F Grib. ben, E Formby, J M'Ierg e, B () WVll lhams, J 4 Cyrbhert, RThomas, T Ford, W Burgess, A Barry, A .MLennan, J Shortis, M Burns, J M'Lennan.

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MOOROOPNA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

MOOROOPNA RACES. The Mooroopna races attrs& large attendance, and £82 was l the gates. The races passed cli fully, although the fields 'sere large as usual. Results: Trial Handicap of 10 sonv. F1 longs.-W. 1. Sutherland's Lsr1I 8 4 1; I M'Namera's Blclk 8 13, 2; M Langley's Me IDear, Wen by a length. Betting.-6 agat Lard Abbot, 2 1 ct~h e:h s Flora and Me Dear. * Novelty Handicap Pany Rac& sons. Four furlongs and a W. Deuchar's Little Tom 5r Fowler's Coogee, 7 0, 2; J. Cox ma vel, 7.7, 8. Won easily. 11 -Evens Premsarvel, 3 to 1 age Tam and Coogee, 5 to 1 others Mooroopna Handicap, of 25 Nine furlongs.-P O'Connell's Maid. 7.12, 1; J Rach's A Grand, 8.3, 2; W Footer's Mono, 0.10, 8. Only a neck oe; the three horses. Botttin. - Admiral Grand, 2 to 1' agst L'-dy 3 to 1 Bertha Maid Time Handicap Trot, of Ci and . half miles-W Ho ston'e 'A Minchin's Bugle Bay " J )li B H., 8. Won easily. le:tin3 1 aget Bugle Boy, 4 to 1 egs: c and 6 to 1 others Handicap Hack Race, of : fu...

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NEW YEAR'S DAY. SPORTS AT TALLYGAROOPNA A SUCCESSFUL MEETING—RECORD ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

NEW YEAR'S DAY. SPORTS AT TALLYGARUOPNA A SUCCESSFUL MEETING-RE. CORD ATTENDANCE, The annual spoete carnival was held at Tallygaroopsa on Thursday (New Year's Day) under very favorable condi tions. The weather, though inclined to warmness, was made pleasant by a cool. log southerly broroz which prevailed. Anotho: very enjoyable feature of the day from a public point of view was the fine nroeramme of music rendered by the Shepparton Model Bmnd, under Mr F G Long, who conducted in the absence of Bandmaster B M'Cashill, who, acting under doctor's orders, had gone on a tendance, the takings at the gates tx. cocding, by Eeveral pounds, those of any prer'ious year. The surroundings and appointments at the grounds wero in excellent order, and the trees planted two or three years ago have grown to such an extent that plenty of shade is now provided. The grounds presented a gay and attractive appearance, bunt ing flyingin profusion. The tracks wcre in perfect order, rt flIcting credit on tho...

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GOULBURN WEIR SPOR[?] A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

GOULBURN WEIR 01UL' A SuccESSFUrL GATnts[ti. Shepparton was well repressa Ncw Yest's Day at the Gtultbr sports with its bind and a fo Io; holiday-makers. The Wei: is r of the p:iueipal attrao'ions at of the year, and an attendat:st on Thursday showed its p o It was an iddal day and tse events were excellently tn aned strong comnmitteo, with Messr and Day as joint secretaries, takings amounted to LiO0. Ri' Maiden Plate, 100 yards: P 11 1, 0 Gallngher 2. Won by is lOseec Use Mile Dicycle Rce; Rotan M*Ewan 2, Knrslake 2. Woe e 2 d5eccs. Goulburn Weir Handicap, 101 T Brown, 7cds, 1; L OShai 5!yds, 2; T Callagher, 1Hyds, , by two yards In 10 1-Isees Goulburn Weir Bicycle lee miles: H M Fwan 1, J Wilson ý, don 3. Wets easily in 4 4Ouoce 220 Yards Handicap: T Prowr Biker 2, P Gallaghar 3. Won I a yard. Ladies Braecint : 1b0 vyca Drown (7 yds), 1; B Bargoyne (. 2; F Saneders (yds), v. <oe yard. Time, l10- sec. Open Wood Chop: B Smith bhd), 1 ; J Thompson ( seec bhi Masond (sort 0...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

iERSONAL. Mr W O Anderson returned to Shop parton on Saturday, after attending the funeral of his fathe^.in-lay, Wr ýohn Sydet, w aio ita died from inouriee acci dt tally statned. On his return our" ney frcen right Iyr Anderson, who wag op boree-ba., rode 20 wiles over a glogntain 436ift high, the drop in the Bridle track being 9Ot1 in the chain. Ho describes the view from the mountain side into the far stretching valley, with its gorgeous foliage of varying tints, and its two winding rivers meetipg even. tpaely at a point {ulu of dicturesqueness, gs asiply entrancing,. Constable P Hogan, of Melbourne (formerly of Bhepparton) was in this town laet week on a brief.vieit. He has been on a fortnght'e holiday at hie bfo ther'e at Kyabram, and has not been feeing too well of late. Constable 1ogan reenmee duty at Little Bourke street to-morrow. Mr 0 0 Gardner, ex-treaeurer, ie to be made a presentation next week by the: committee of, the Sheppaeton and Goniburn Palley 'o'ultry and Kennel ...

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SHEPPARTON JOCKEY CLUB WEIGHTS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

SHEPPARTON JOCKEY CL UI WEIGHTS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7tb MAuDIN PLATE.-BZcck, 9.1; Au. Miss Tuck, Prickly Pear, 8-12; Jadi Happy Vein, Flew, Gracile, Si Tried Leander, Rent, 8.3; 1retuatti 8 11 TRIAL.-Lord Abbott, U U; 11 Flora, S U; Meo Dear, 8.2; Rudstc Porcebo, S 0; Prickly Pear, Ma Jadfor, ". NOVELTY 1.ONY 1.LCE. -Little 1' .0; Detonator, S-12; Winstep, 5 Coogee, S 0; Imperial, Levont, 7 Premarvel, 7-10; 'Plain Tom, Josephi 7.5; Mountain Dew, Lady Predom nt 7 0 ; S.F., Fevoti, 6-10: Clare, S Harmony, 7.0 JOCKItr CLnI: HANDrCAP. - Argo 9 0; Boseemer 8-1i; Admiral Grac 8-9; Bertha Maid, S-u ; Ardmona, ta Lady Mona, ''-?'j; Cbhetic, Lord Abbol 60-12; Masquarader, Miss Tuck, 6 7. PURSE - lasqucader, 0-0 Chesrc Abbey, Ma Dear, S 10; Ru3sbne Walpa, Purebes, S S: Aulie 8-0; Grecile Prickly Pear, 712; Bzrck, '-10; 11ew Rent, 'i -..... - ArgolI, 9 O; Borth M~ii, 8-10, Galota S 7, Ardwono S.O: LadY Mona, 7-7; Prialono. 7.0; Chestio, 7-J; Lord Abbot, 7-2; Black Flora ti S. VELTER .-- Argold...

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FACTS BEYOND DENIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

FACTS BEYOND DENIAL. Now that nineteen bundren and thigteyn is a thing of the pasti Cme to 4. 1i rbals shop i you syant B~oots to lagt, Ho keeps to feoss toci ig the Valley \Vitdout doubt, Just ono trial of his Boots and their value you'll shout. -Opposite Shepparton "News.'

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BEFORE THE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

BEFORE THE COURT. Randall, who after the formal open ing of the inquest was regtovcd to tie Shopparton gaol, was thia forenoon brought before Mr F W Fair J.P., charged with having killed Willialp Henry Anetie, [ppgr . Constable Kennedy having very briefly stated the faote of tho case, applied for a remand for eight days, the application being gran ed. Anotie was well known in Bbrpptr: ton, 14 was }torn inr ornyall; arrived at Yietoria ;j7 yrgr0 ago n ad leaves a widowp four gape epd carge datrbtera. tjhe fqnerl tookc plae at tho Sheppar. ton ceemotery th's afternoon, when the Rev W A Milliken conduoted the ser vice, Mr W F Bowen having charge of the mortuary arrangements. 'llo por tege was a ýairlý lepgtby ago,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

Sales at Shepparton Corporation Yards. CATTLE . .. JAN 6 SHEEP ... ... ... JAN 13 PIGS ... ... ... JAN 26 SALE FIXTURES FOR JANUARY. Tuesday, January 6 Shepparton Cattle Sale Katautatite Pig Sale Wedneeday, January 7 Katansatite Stock Sale " Strathmerton Stock Sale Thursday, January 8 - Tatura Stock Sale Nathalia Stock Sale Yarrawonga Stock Salo F.iday, January 9 E G Hanson'e Furniture and Clearing Sale, Aroadin Numurkah Stock Sale - Violet Town: H Stribling'a Stock Sale Saturday, January 10 Mooroopun Horse Skie Tatora Pig Sale Cobram : H Tuck's Stock Sale Monday, January 12 Picola Stock Salo Tuesday, January 13 Shepparton Sheep Sale Numurkah Pig and Poultry Sale Sc James: Green, Manning and Co's Stock Sale Wednesday, January 14 Katamatite: Campbell and Co's Stock Sale Strathmerton Stock Sale Thursday, January 15 Tatura Stock Sale 1umurkah Special Stock Sale Friday, January 16 Wm Brigg's Clearing Sale at Moo roopna Numurkah Stock Sale Violet Town : Watts, Turnbull and Co'a Stock Sal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

AND W~TE SAL 3000 (three thousand) Pairs of Men's Women's and Children's Boots & ohoes will be offered at this Sale at 1..prices that will Defy Competition. The Finest Stock of Footwear inn the Valley will be shown At a AMiuimum of Profit that must effect heavy sales. (all in while the ranges are intact At present we have a full assortmeifof sizes. At the same time a SALE OF LADIES' WU1TEWORK will be held. This opportunity of replenishing the stock of Underclothing at ridiculous prices should not be missd. NOW ON at THE MILLER STORES, SHEPPARTON. WOWE. & CO S agnificent Display of Xmas Presents, luding Dolls, Toys and all the Latest Novelties in Xmas Gifts. he display we are making this year far exceeds anything we have hown and comprises a unique assortment of Artistic and Beauti ods suitable for presentation purposes. ERS-Bring your children along without delay. This is the great treat in the year for them. rner Wyndham and High Streets, Shepparton, RY'S SHOE STORE...

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INDECOROUS DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

INDECOROUS DRESS. WOMAN'S attire hae come in for secatching comment in the State Parliament; and Mr W. S. Mani fold, M.L.C., was about the severest of all in his condemnations. Talk u meuu uemug gay ueuilvers, wuy, declared legislators, in how many instances it is the girl or the woman who is the enticer-to use a milder word than that employed in Parliament-who by her im modest dress and conduct seeks to achieve her purpose. And debate on restrictive legislation followed apace. Quite recently Dr Wright, Archbishop of Sydney, entered a philippic against the eccentricities of female attire, and many voices weraeheardin Rnppnrt nf hisappeal. for suppression of them, and the observance of greater decency in dress. As a matter of fact-this with no desire of palliation what ever-the fashions succeeding each other for many years past are but a return to the modes of other days. The sheath style of gar ment and the slashed skirts now flaunting about Melbourne and Sydney streets-not to menti...

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ILL-ADVISED ORCHARDISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

ILL-ADVISED OROHARDISTS. The orchardists of Ardmona, in the Mooroopna district, now bit terly regret the action of their advisers in refusing to meet the members of the Rural Workers' Union inifriendly conference to fix wages and conditions. As a result of that refusal the unfortunate orchardists were put to serious loss and inconvenience. . The employee refused to accept any thing under the log rates end formed a camp. The employers responded by bringing men from Melbourne. The A.W.U. organ iser had a conversation with these men, with the result that everyone of them joined the union. The employers then capitulated, and a wire has been received by Mr J. M"Neil, secretary of the Victoria Riverina branch of the A.W.U., stating that the full rates are now being paid. About 500 men are affected.

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ALLEGED MURDER AT TALLYGAROOPNA. FARMER W. H. ANSTIS THE VICTIM. ARREST OF AN EX-AMERICAN SAILOR. A SATURDAY-NIGHT SQUABBLE. ACCUSED REMANDED FOR THE ADJOURNED INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

ALLEGED MURDER AT TALLYGAROOPNA. FARMEIR W. H. ANSTIS THE VICTIM. ARREST OF AN EX-AMERICAN SAILOR. A SATURDAY-NIGHT SQUABBLE. ACCUSED REMANDED FOR THE ADJOURNED INQUEST. Apparently duringe-an argument whiob took place at the Victoria hotel, Tally garcopon, on Saturday night, shortly before tho closing hour. Orville Byron Randall, as is alleged, struck Wtlliam Henry Anetis, farmer, a blow under the jaw, sending him to the fljor. After that Bendall went away, end when taken by the police yesterday morning to the hotel and shown the body of Anetis, he exclaimed, horror stricken, "My God I he's dead I" Randall has been working for some time at Mir Thomae Jamee Ssndilands' eawmille at Tallygaroopna. He is etated to have belonged to the American ilbet which arrived at Australia arme years ago. He it a tall. powerfully-built man, and is well known to many people in Sbrpparton. On Saturday evening, while at the Victoria hotel at Tallyga roopoa, he was in the company of Mr Anetis, who, it .i...

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ANTHRAX. EXPORT TRADE ASPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Shepparton Advertiser — 5 January 1914

ANTHRAX. EXPORT TRADE ASPECTS. Anthrax is a disease that is always with ts. As affecting our wool, it may be mentioned that the British Government has ap pointed a committee to inquire in t3 the dangers arising from infec tion by anthrax in the processes of eorting, willeying, washing, comb ing, and carding wool; goat hair, and camel hair, and to report on desirable amendments of the re gulations. In a non-official report on the subject it was pointed out that this is not a British disease, and it had the greatest diffibulty in gaining a foothold in that country, as the climatic conditions were against it. It was said to have originated in the plains and valleys round the Bitter Lakes of MOngolia, where there was decomposing organic matter and a certain degree of moisture in the soil. Many fields that need to give anthrax returns had ceased to do so since they were drained, but certain marshlands still yielded anthrax. Another source was the washing of wool and skins, the infection ...

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