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CALLING OUT TROOPS. THE FIRST DEFENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

C:, LLING OUT TROOP's. ITHIE, FIRShT DLEFENDERS. Somne doubt ]has been expressed "" .to the scope of the\delfence Act, i- -i- regard t,' the chllino 'for voiu? Steers for the defence.oI .Australia".. Rleference to the Amended Act, ]911, '.shows th.l t the Governor-General has pibwer by i)roclamalion, to call on all.males in .the Colmmonwealth iwho tire Blritish subjects, between the ages of 18 and 35. as the first section on whom would devolve the defence of their iaantion in the time of dire nlecessilt, when. every man would be called upon to submit. 1im self for, military discipline and train inn:. Bult only those men who are utimarried or .widowers without. chil dren? call be called. The men of the second class lre those uumar ried or widowers without children betweeh the ages of 35 nlad .15 3yar' Thliei iu turn collie the imarried men of the same ages. and lastly the vet 'r"ans or Inelt between the ages of 15 and 6O years, . I

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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THE WAR. AUSTRALIA MOBILISING. THE CITIZEN FORCES. 4000 MORE MEN CALLED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

THE WAR. ALIUSTILtLIA MOBILISIN-. TI'H CITIZEN B'OROES. --a . 4I000 ?d?O1E ?IEN CALLEDI OUT. Itf has beenl decided to call out 4000 more men of the citizen forces. This makes a. total of 5000 whqgp services, have been requisitioned for purposes of guard, work. Altogether 1000 men were called out. last we~k, but. in view of the developments yes terday it has been considered de sirable to strengthen and extend the guards atnd to widen 'the area in which guard duty .shall be carried out, . ' , T 'he "Minister of Defence regards tnis as only a. precautionary stop. The whole military scheme is in such a condition he says, tihat. whcen it is necessary it can tike immediate effect. MuIch of the detail of this is cccupying 31r lmillen's constant at tion, although the plans themselves are kept a. close secret

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

* LI.YDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. . ----00--- - --- ADJOURNED MEITING. The iljournied -llleeting of thio Jily dlilo Sliire Council wts hehld t lly lhe iin Mondny evening int . Pres ont: Tlhe President, (Cir -IJughes). Crls. M'G(he, ILltr1, Diuly, hnrge nind AluAljin T'Ir EASUjlIER'S' .IEPOIT The Treisurer (Mr. F. 11. Ulroslord) replorted the nimoiiulnt lidl into the balnk .-IOJ 0/8 including rntos £170 12/]1. p)in i'ees .LJ I/11/7, tlto 'l'ees £20, g(v relliiiii(llt grln £i.i. J{l:Il hoard grnt. i)0 , O ;. " Ihe blink ueCL'ollllt 'shi ed tll cr(dilt l;iii'e in lbiink "it :nst riiepor.i 101) 12/11, payments into hl:nkl (c nionth £103 0/8, cheques dlriwn l.st umeeting, £1012.'/55 cred.? balanc,, n iiink £-l15 ]1!/]1. * IlALLKEEPEII'S REPOIlT 'ih?1 Hillllllriicr (Mr F. Bolnyan)'rc portold li;iing Ireciveld nud - p'lid to tlch Ircsurtl'er for the lire if thl( hall for tho iioniitlih, the :-ini of £12 '5/. FINANCE. Ac.otliits totalliniig £771 J 1/3 wc're |liisced for payiieiint. ENGIN EREI'S I.I...

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Point to Point Steeplechase. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

Point to Point Steeplechase, The fvllwhig ;'re to(.'weighl, for the 'uoi' .i L.u.PboilL ýt dllclchut: L t"' bLe rt1 o .\'edncl?tl iy e. :-.-i1x ; Sligo ... ... 12 5 T'he Su?n ... ... 12 2 R.P. 11 6 Balook (late Cynosur)).. 11 2 My Angle .. 11 2 S.ydid h fq Ia;! .. .. 10 12 Lanipwick , ... 10 12 Golden Ridge ... 10 12 Hlinuera . 10 10 Montbel (late B13lnonut) 10 10 Clinker .. 10 10 Silent Knight ... 10 7 Arramagong... ... 10 6 t Noorak .. ... 10 4 Druce ... 10 0

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SILVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

SI LVAN. (I rui O; U:r Ownt CU rrol;o:idt.). It i h' Id ,ig to. be able "t! rcc crJ. that 't lu I i. every prIJsl:ect of t he grant tI'or I r?oii[ from Rt.-ir hr's I Itnyv Fi",i bhing re-voltad. \1e hol:. Ithhit asl ` n ' roress Ass cciaitn i:tat stein (fire mtonle. Lile tl:ir, c tnuntil will expnd C it it ,ro Il ?' it. :.d ot.t ?i.'Lit allw tuhe granti 't'here is some ?iaihn wo'ant, with tihe ittiorinatiott ] pill:t Iic1 to the co n il.?At tile: iti' i tiiuthl .t iteetiti-ig.. a let ter itws rit itd ) frttnt tilvet drai tin att, nliut t t l:e d,.In e trtns st " ite I a I ridi?.,\at l the no(-' ul-t tilntt of a prtaisAe Is forui thei wesi cuid of iQuten road. Th'ti Shi.re in rtItltl. .aid the nrittiir of the tl.at llueenc.s r.aI r \-.i s done. 'the hridgte aeti" he al tulded tout tis re ,ilt of ?t Ihe Prgi,:ss Asstiiatioln'. reulest. andl \vo hI lh'ilh the, dis l'ra c el't l c o n d itio l o f ( ,lit e n 's ro iu 1 'will hb i're lilicdl l . the forma' tion of ni: Chtrc are 1 It rc-:...

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CLOVER WITH WHEAT. FODDER FOR SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

CLOVER WITH WHEAT. FODDER FOR SHEEP. The value of red clover as hay crop sown w??ith the wheat has been proved at the Glen lnnes iExperimental Fuarm New South Wales, where the practice is followed of broadcasting about 101b of seed six weeks or so after wheat is up, merely running the har 'low over the young crop before sowing the clover. After the wheat har vest, the clover is cut as a hay crop, and its value is exemplified in that at Glen Innes, during the early part of the past winter, some 200 sheep, chief ly eight months old weanors, were fed on red clover hay at the rate of 1lb a head a day. The sheep took to the hay readily, and more than held their own on thius class of feed. - In the feeding, it was simply scattered about in the paddocks, and the sheep picked it up off the ground. The cost work ed out at just under one half-penny a head a day. The only expienses.wero the cutting, marking and stacking.

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL. COUNCIL'S MORAL RESPONSIBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

~-I INFECTIOUS-DISEASES IOS1 - PITAL. 1TY. COCŽ5CIL'6 MIORl tIi'O\'iJII. .\t the L.ilydale Shire council's ncuting oin Monday a letter \v s rle ivcd frot illi .l ifectiolis I)isclset lospit:11 ill further reifrcelce tolhe ainotuit of £2_i44 10s owingl to tliit nslitutiol by t he council. At it' st. meeting tihe council decided n ask for ihe tln ioItticnt ohf Iany oi der,' for the wnshis.-io 4)f patieitl|;; is lnit bY hjei. II its rIeplY I che hss tflt anlt . 11hori1iv s st Ited [1l oc in ii st (he patients iv.l hti :itn ,itc iltcl It'i'ti luti orderss ts a ii atti r ort extrlmi llrgenley. Tf t.e council desircedlhemi to refu.,se (lmlission to all potimIt, ilt.hou:t ontrders ihatl woulid I1 donie. The re.-sidenf. said that, the l, spi lil [ad ii sked wthen a vers y pirti nenl. question. Were the councilloi." e;adt to say th i'a, pienls withuit 'l-deI's were not ito be admlitil il. TheI'lkneIw theY dare ot a.1il sio. It lmigl t m1 nil 'tieh patients dlin.1 il tile IistriL,. This leg l...

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THROWING AWAY FAT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

THROWING AWAY FAT. Some farmers are queer. They think a dollar spent for Hoard's dairy manl is wasted. But they will throwv away nearly a pound of butter fat a day because they do not handle their farm separator as it should be handled. This has been proved in numerous in stances. They do this because they do not know what they are about. In three days they have wasted butterfat enough to have paid for a paper a year that would have told them better. Good knowledge is always a good In vestment. Ignorance always costs more than knowledge. Get out of thb shadow, into the sunlight whore you can see what is going on.

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING A te:nn from the I.aunching 'lace club jlurneyed to \\'illiaustown on [tnurday.\' July .Ilb, to shout a. re turn matlch with Foot.scrav. 'ltne conditions were 1.1 men ea-aide, bleaf. 10 to: count. 10 sIhots froi :100 V'ruls. Except for it clhaning'Tighl. ':the canttititus loi" shout ing w, re goo}u. The m atch re nlted iu a, win for lt ootl eraV I.y '0 , i0tt l iu s. '.hip follouintg are the scores: F. ?.osri~ty,-- Keiunet'7 ,Is, .\. ;:. :l1 D)ouddld "17' (t. 1'ODtouhlil "17. .1. ;\1' Ictilry . 'I T. ýI?sti rtoil 1., --. -tol 1 t "1). !'1 i it 1 .5. iarriIson 1 . , a:i terto n i. I. . . I' Ionabl 1:;: total 157. SLaunclng 1 l'ce.-"J.7, urduch 4"1;, 1D. lvart. -11. 'r. ILeach J11: A. ]l:tl 1. (t. Damn Ian i -2. It. lea l h ill. tJ. L,-art, 41. 11. V. 1":wart 40, A. 1L .airti 40, 1t. J. Logan a1t i, total (22. L'; team 'of live men from the .taun chIlg titafth l club comutpet led in the luarter hl anditicap te.ttuts matchles of "No, 21 Distriet Lniot, held at \Villia us...

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FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. FIGHT FOR FLINDERS MR. McDOUGALL AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

r- FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. FIGHT FOR FLINDERS 3111. McDO (CiALL AT LILY I)ALE. I - A\ll J. Ii. \le1Joui'all. t.!ie. selected J;;uliir ca.nditdat.e for Illillnd:rs, add ressed ta public meiieting in the AlIh en i ll:ill:11. Lilyd:ale. oni Mlonid: night. The hall was well filled, the audience iicluding a. good propor . ion of ladies. 'The cha:ir was t:tken by the l'resident, of thei slir (Cr hJughlos) who brielly tt inoduced the candida te. 11r MlcDougall. who was lu(idll aipplanded on rising, sai.d that sup porters of the Labor Partv were in thle position tihat there were intmv iwhi :attllended to tile cxpillntiition of the I.:ll'i'.I Policy. hiut these periosoIns as at rule, were hostile to the La.bor party. lie, the spealker, h1id ailw s taken up the attitude that a man "know- h is own I rbusiness best. lie took it ,therefore, thlit the IJ.Lbor IParty. as "a Ipartul is best alle to explain its own policy (llear helir) Where tlhe heard lis oppollentii s sa. ilng that the Labor poliey was ...

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YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

YARRA GLEN. -oo--- Ti'he :llicial ol'enin, the Yarra: (leu Tenajs Court, took place ot \\e(hdsdayv. 22nd inst... when there w"tere ]Ir .ent "'i ilors fruim I hI:les ville. Y ringl. "ll e l's -('reek. ianll 'l' :.l- i club.. 1r Ih oldden. who apcl(gi.sed for the abhenc'^. tlhrt.igh illhtess, (f the P'residlent of the club (('r .'Iaith) performe(l thei ol:eingt (cotetroltc:V. The spetke'r. witho is an !thus.iasti le t is plaher. aftier wtel tmningt the vitsitors, rIeferedt (o the advisahility of Iortiuiig at district tenni. cihontpettttiion.th which wiutl bring th Ie clubs .l geVhier i and incr( a?e he itniterest in the gane. lie al o drCi\v attention to. the f'at et tit though the nsew court had (".et a.n ,bring it to :i perfect state. the tpublic Lad come for't:u'td in -.t splen(lid mltttt.er, and mtore Ilolnle" \,ae pro hided l titan there wtere d(Il, l.tures. In his closing remarks he wi.-hed 'the club eve'ry sucess. Friend;lf autes were indnl?gd In. and iftr aoon tea parlaken of....

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ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

ADVERTl MSEE.NrE. it.. At present if tlic 1people desired to muake la.ws against trusts, those combinations would appclei to tlhe nigh court. ,whlo would declare the legislaiton iultra v;res. At lst clec .lion we were told tliit therl.e were no trusts, but it ,wxs now aidmnitted l lhat they 'ilere here. In 1'hie JFuision govern inent .wdhich preceded thel Fisher guvernmient, .1r (ilynn had dwranwn up a memoran.dum which disclosed !30 combines, which lie said were un rest rained and unreslridnahlle by ilny' law passed unllder the presenlt consti Ittiou. It was their dulty to sink all oarty diferences and not iput lisii country in thelposition ol America- al the lmercy of the, trusts--Imbl t to stuand shoulder tl o shoulder. to got tlhe essential aul.ndllnents re iuiircd for tlhe protection of the people. (Applause). Tlie American Icef' Trust arose out of a rathller harmless eombinailioin for the liet ler hlandling of iproiduce. It gained great powers by a secret rebate 'rolll tlhe ra...

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SLATY CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

SLATY CREEK -----+--- (From Our Oiin o'urrespi. ldcut, ) li resp.iotie I , l.::t ions., the I'o.,t Olliei Iei ianlnt1 h]a. est.till!shc 1 rec(.i\ ins olli'e l t ;1.ty't ' ('rc'f. k. Itl:ck `a lds, u. ul ( ry rut,. \winll to t ie( h r aiug th riiier, i f' alltith 7t simil't r Islici . l !te " . ny ('I r ':I'k i l o lice is It e 'illeci " ;i l'?lsi thie." TI'h("e IinthI im u ti rair t rLe bridues oat letit's ant;s( .lotnston's \-it .c:r Ilt l l lowe tim; C h Iek. but thi I roalllli I'eltit'. s h ?i h L' t.ken u ti .ti t al ti . I'i'idet ly tho,( ill tuthorit'y tiiitk tit.l ~ill s thl dl ( 'kini l hai ?;.eiiet '1t-1 (scid uit it i ii t will do. I think the council wouild Iind it it' eiicial-.r pla in hi tie lon run to re .i;lco hoitt with new Iuridges. ais the ;hirdert in iasci Ihtta got hoyle.ii the .itiah int' L s?lt: t. I I the Iridge at 'ettit?s t\-,lr' put in tih centre of the read. it. w u i tll e wore liio nt e nierit titn( h,-ss din_,irlus. ald- - woih do(.otrtl with ilhi l-, i...

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Colonial Bank of Australasia LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

Colonial Bank of Australasia J1MIT'EI). Authorised Capital £73T,931 10 0 Uncalled Ca1,ital £;P3,195 0 0 Paid-up Capital £- 9,2.S0 10 0 Reser\vo 'uud, £210,000 0 0

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There is but ONE Schnapps... WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

There is but-, ONE.ý Schnapps. ,... WOLFE'S ' SCHNAPPS -THE - MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XI. LOOKING IN V A'l. With a stern fixed face, his Deverel pursued his way amongst the laughing crowd, glaring at every stand or post of vantage that. he passed, in the ex pectation of finning his betrothed in close juxtaposi.iou to his own especial friein. Friends kept comning i to < 1gry glea-.. so a tt a urchin 'w presumed to t ii head over. heels it front of him, d then expected tikn to laugh. "A copper-j~t one copper, inod gentleman; tip as a copper-a copper for good lack.,''. ."Go away ani don't botherl" be' growled. But the boy vai' persistent, ied is order to get rid of him Deverel thrust his 'and into his trousers-pocket, pul led out a handful of pence, and fitiri them contemptuously on the grass.' "A troubled mind. makes a rough tongue; a generous heart makes an open hand. Tell your fortune, kind sir?" .. The gipsy was a picturesque-looking girl with black hair, bronzed complex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

E. A. ATHERTON Central Cash Store: Y ARRA :GLEN, I , , ,WE ar- hero to'tay', ;',e are. bore to mtk a euccea.ir 6. '.`t' like- the countr li ""ay r :a ,: people::' We likeOur' Buei by all honourable means. T.~:'..o how:. '-:- ' are what count. One Order V it? Cocdvine.d Y -" DRAPERY O: LOT HIN G BOOTS SHOES GROCERIES S, District,. ". , . Don'tn forget the Address.: E. '. TATHERTON 'IARRA GLEN AENT FOR- -The National COattiF ood of all kindea. -, - - SLoidon aud Lancashire ire i Inaur O SUPPLY ANYTk11NG ):0 L It \,i: t It; 1NG i.:rf you do not l ? Jb to n 11 advertisements, y: :l"l give the newsplaper your 3 101' ,ldodgers, billhcads, euvclopes, zui\ all busi ness printingi to executeC The news paper lman wants it, tiud it helps Ihim to pay his priuntrs for setting 'p the thousand o:l d one :FREE NOTICES he givces your town; but don't give it to the printer or job' printing oflice that can give you no such rcturtl, and is spcnding nei ther time, 'money, nor brains in helping you to bu...

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SOIL SICKNESS EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

SOIL SICKNESS EXPERIMENTS! I In an article in a GermIan pub!.la tion an oxpert 'deals interestingly .?idth the question of soil sickness, and des cribes experiments which be has car ried out wits flax, peas barley in. order to throw turtler lgt aon the: relation of soil sickness a n so crops' While his investigtio? , necess arily of . a sorupwhl l iý:1 aa ture. he consifers con clusionls un1. a from; t iitu:.i..llccT~ .r sick ness in 1sax, germinating" ickness and "growth" sickness. T "ger minating" sickness of flax,. a? which the seeds rot away in.tlho nd, pre sents similar symptoms of "germin ating" sickness of peas. In the case of both plants the rotting away, which is probably caused by pectin ferment bacteria is, apart from the question of vitality of the seed, dependent not only on the soil conditions, such as dampness, but also on temperature and the number of micro-organisms attack-. ing the seeds. With repeated sow ing, and the use as manure of straw containing pectin, ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

r IVE STOCK 'INSURANCE ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAIJ AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. UATES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ''CTIVE AGENTS WANITED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED, ' -PL-- TO o----- BALGETY I CO.. LTD.. NMEL f RFNE., S1 SEPARATOR as the VEGA Where will beautifully finished - so easy turniNEW 4 MODEL SGA, THE FINEST SEPARATOR ON EARTH Wihere will you find aSe parator that'skims as cl as the VEGA? Where will find a Separator that is so beautifully finished - so easy turning? Where will you find a Separator at such easy prices NEW MODEL 'VEGA." 12 gal .. . . £3 15 0 18 gal ... .. . 5 0 0 2Sgal...... . 7 0.0 55 gal . . . . 10 10' 0 80 gal. . . 15 15 0 Write for full particulars, Dept. K. BUCKEYE HARVESTER CO. 44 52 Prancis st., Melbourne. AGENTS WANTED. SCH[FECK'S POULTICE. SCHRE K'S POULTICE. C C RE- ERCULAR JO NEDi SORES, 'oElS, C'AT~w l'HITLO W, SPRAINS, BURNS 'TD) BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/6 ...

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HAZELDENE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

HAZELDENE Tromu Our Own Correspondent. t On. ltiile.lth .l? ul toil mutciliebes of. the cllnuttlIte of thr llieihli.' echool. : s i-ted lhy Messr-i ]lod inson,. I tns. Woodls. antid Viion, froint h, I'ceitak Sarw .iM ill. held a, wrkim hit . i:i irder to tinIOve soue tree. tlat cliianntige: L.e Ic il dint and also .proveltlil n. shelt'r slhed hein built. Night was 'cl.s 'in in w~:in the lst. I:uil by f".tr the li;e Ir.. ve. was irotnlght iovi. Thlen the worke'r. a:jlurid tol tile nchool. and thorotrhlrl enj. y d the refrcshitteutis kindly prot ided I 1 .\lrs (t. E[rren . IThe frieil ;1y nil help Iul slpirit, shown by the small .nt unitieis in thiee outlying dit.ricts caminot ie too lIinhly coitinin.Žded.

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MILLGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 7 August 1914

'-MILLGi ROV E (.IF roac Ou r Owcn Corrcspondcntt) cIl ltock laid us a. svisit.accoiti ltaied lby tJlr C'olliugs, rouuc 3\a.rLon ! ,tcu. last ridav evcillicr, Laud Icca t Vttj ! huc ie Izva spsent.. tIr Mock (asily IV itiitt.ti j d h is rillttlictu as at uaiuciian of Ole liist' 11(t(I. A\fter ;0. lilt of a~l2tiat011 the Edit at iont Itefport moot ha~s couscuted to opnjti the local school a~s fllt gradte, instead of as5 at presant oult up to the lnd grade. 'the 'I'tttshcts .l;:itt on :h tidi ni ~ltt roela It, succeoss, nit .tliLre suilt hall1 at ccIV cnj. s tli' tiuttli The foothallt'rs .fattrttgtt le dance on Sattutdtas nuihtl l._tst was atlst ~,elt a .t~eutlcd, pace litt l ot csll 1tot ciiti a ntit. of] i\"

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