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UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, November 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

UPPER. YARRA Si RE COUNCIL. ----- --- . MONTjHLY IEETING: M.onda- November :2 1911. Present.: :rs, Blair: =president), Eithgow, 1'flroy Buller, M:ackley, wairt; M'Owan, ainad Mr B Mory (shire secretary):-. ' 'Welcome to Cr uller The President elcoined o the Council table Cr I?uller. ie ..aid that they had at timiesi`eii oppio nents,. hut no - on+ was' more .glad than `hinnself+ to see the coiuncillor )ack again. .He had good juidgment nd commuon sense,. and would be - a :reh~t acquisition to "the council, O rs- Lithgo?w? and "J'Ilroy also ex ressed their .welcome, . and -.Cr. Bul-. er- suitably replied.:

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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COLDSTREAM v. WOORI YALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

COLDST:REAM v. WOORI YALLOOK. ' This match wa` s played at Cold,; stream on Saturdays, October 24 and 3.1, and resulted in. a wil for Woori Yallock by G runs and -6 wickets on the first innings. , The following are the score's: SColdstream.- slt Innings. D. -Madden. b W. Staff ...0 \. lTown, b Mays. .49* '. 'Madden. b Teese 67 1{. .lowie, cand b Read ... C. Mladden, c Read. b TeCse .;. 23 11. (hill, c and b C. Staff :... 18 E. IMardan. b Tes .. 1 J. Douthic. c andI b Teese ... r. Irost, not out .. I Fcrguson. ib 0. Staff-. . . 0 DoicrtVy, ) C. Staff ., .: . . undrics . 1 Total 19 Jouwlig.-M; ys 1I wicket. for 4 nuls,' C Slta 3 for 4, Tccsdoe fur 58, W. Staff 1 for 19, Read 1 for '13. Woori Yallock'.---st-I lningdi , \. Tcese. b W. Madden .. 'F. Read, )i N. Frost 0 A. Ockwell, c. ud b C. 'Madden''- 5 \'. Statl. retired - 87 W. D)oithie, retired ..:-_76 .,. 'Sundries . . .: 3 Total for 3 w'yickts '..:. Buwliug.-C. Ma~den 1 fir 1ii Vl . 2ladden I for 21, Frost 1.f: 32, W\\andin play Li...

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SHEEPBREEDERS' OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

SHEEPBREEDERS' OUTLOOK. The following paper was read at the International Conference of , Sheep Breeders at Shrewsbury by Mr. Alfred Mansell : The title of this paper is a compre hensive one, is of immense interest to owners of pure-bred flocks, and opens up a wide vista for careful thought and 'consideration on the part of all who have made sheep husbandry part of their life's work. The future is with out doubt fraught with many changes, one of the most pregnant, with direct results to the farming interest, being the insistent demand of all classes of the community to raise the general standard of living, creating thereby an increased demand for meat products of the best quality. In considering the question that is before us, one has to try to forecast with the aid of such facts as are ob tainable, what is the future outlook for those breeders who put capital and brainýg into the business. Does the present position of the sheep industry, the growing scarcity of all form pro ducts, ...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

FOR WOMEN (By "Ambrosine.") Thus "Lady Kitty," who writes an interesting weekly budget of gossip. for the Adelaide "Observer:-Three cheers I This is just what I have been looking for. A league to promote cheerfulness and calm confidence throughout the British Empire, to strike at the very roots of all hysteri cal nonsense one hears talked about the war. At 74 Princes Square, Lon-_ don W., lives the Secretary of the L.A.P.-the League of Anti-Pessi mists-and ly sending 6d. to defray printing and postage you can become a "Lapper;" that is, if you faithfully promise .to carry out the five - rules drawn, up. by 'the league, which are calculatedto inspire one with calm con fidence that out of all this terrible evil, Great Britain will arise greater, more splendid, than .ever, having won -the respect of the whole world by the magnificent dignity and humanity with which she has conducted her part in this terrible war,thrust upon her by a half-nmad King and a bloodthirsty mili tary. party. T...

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USE OF COMMON SALT AS A FERTILISER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

USE OF COMMON SALT AS A FERTILISER. Some plants more than others are benefited by dressing of salt'applied to the soil. Thus n:angold wurzel and beet root still preserve the ancestral love of salt acquired from their. ancestors, which grew on the seashore. It has been `calculated that a crop of mangolds removes as much as 90 lb. of the com mon salt from the soil. In garden prac tice it has been found that the general 'effect of the addition of common salt is to stimulate leaf-tissue. Light ap plications of salt to a kitchen garden makes the leaves of lettuce, cabbages, and garden plants generally, thicker and more succulent. In agriculture salt is often used as a manure. It starts chemical changes which set plant food free, and it attracts moisture. But its use requires care. When strong it poisons plants,- and- it is often used on garden paths for killing weeds. Even when employed as a fertiliser it often acts as a check on vegetation at first. Lt,has been. remarked that the genera...

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LILYDALE POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

LILYDALE POST OFFICE. M? ails close as below: :M?elbourne, 7.20 a.m., 11.20 a.m., 8 p.m. daily. :-oney orders-9 till 4. Mobroolb~rk, Ringwood, 7,20 a.m. daily. Croydon, 8S p.'.: daily. Healesville, ': ra -Glen, Cold stream,' .8.30 _a.n 'daily, -Warburton, Yr-ra Junction, Laun cling Place, W ri Yallock, WVan din Yallock, Wa- lin North, Seville, 8.30: a.m. daily. The box. at the Railway Station is cleared daily_ previous to trains leaving for Melbourne. Late fee charged. Clearances for local delivery made at 7.20 a.m. daily. Money Order Office• closes at 12 noon on Saturdays. Every; other day open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. :Parcels Post Mails and Registered Mails close at 11 :a.m. and 6 p.m. WARdBURTON MAILS. iMails -:'lose for-?Melbourne at 3.15 p.m:i. and 8 p.:m. dailf.?-, Lilydale, 3.15, p.m. daily. - , Received from Melbourne and Lily dale aat 11.45 a.m. and 8.15 p.m. daily. Mlails close for M'Mahon's Creek and Walsh's Creek at 11.15 a.m. on Monidays, Wednesdays and Fridays

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Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

• ' Local Information PENNY POSTAGE. The new postal rates, including the penny postage on. letters, came into force on Monday, May 1st, 1911. The reduced rates are as fol low : THROUGHOUT THE COMMION . WEALTH AND PAPUA. Letters, Id per !oz. Letter Cards, single, Id each. Do. reply, Id each half. Post Cards, single, 1d each. Do. reply, Id each half. - Printed Papers, Old per 2oz. Books, printed--Oitside Australia, 0o per 4oz.; in Australia, 0id per 8oz. . lagazlncs -l-ind:e in Australia, 0ld per o0.'; outside Australia, O?d per 4ozA. "Hansard,"'" Od per- 12oz. .Commerciall- paper patterns, sam plcs auidd incrchandise, 1d per 2oz. OV-ERSEA- DOMINIONS. Letters -from the Commonwealth to the United Kiigdolim, oversea do minions, lBritish colonies and pro -tectorates, cxcept the New Hebrides, `Id peri oz. NEW. ZEALAND AND THE - . -ISLANDS. The rates=-of -New Zealand, Fiji, and Britishl-Solomon Islands are: Letters, id per ½oz. Post: Cards; single, 1d. Do. reply,. ld each half. -Letter ..a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

?.-LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A, J. POYNER LICENSED CARRIER. * ALL TRAINS MET. Orders Promptly Attended To. ` OHARGES MODERATE. .. -URNI`.URE REMOVED At Shortest Notice" . J. SEBIRE,' -'CARPENTER' and BUILDER, CLARKE- STREET, LILYDALE. P'RrCES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS, OF, VOR1K. JOBBING ,WORK A SPECIALiTY. ALL. ORDERS : PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOW1LING GREEN TIEL: ROOtIS WISHES to convey his Thanks, to the Lilydale public for the- gener ous support given him during the past year,- which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fin o" sortmeht : of NOVELTIES. - -NOVELTIES. iNOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. well worthy of inspection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. 3Vishing all Patrons the, Compli 'tents of the Season. - BAKER- & PASTRY COOK W3ishi- _. :atimate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing ocn Business in MAIN ST....

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ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

ON THE LAND. The great problem is to increase pro duction without impoverishing the soil. About 80 per cent. of the fat in milk is recovered by shallow setting, and 95 per cent, with a good machine. One of the products of the soya bean is soya-bean cake. It is very useful food for milch cows, but should not be given too freely at -first. Soya-bean meal is also sold, having the oil al most entirely removed by chemical means. Cream rises fast in warm milk and also faster in cooling milk. This is partly due to the fat expanding more than the water when it is warm, and to the fat being a worse conductor .of heat and cooling more slowly when the milk stands. The soya bean, from which a milk is made, is a native of Japan, Java, In dia, ,and other countries in the Far East. It is very suitable for tropi cal cultivation. In India the seed is sown from: June to August, and harvested from November ito Decein ber. A. Suffolk farmer has reported to an English journal that on, February 28 one of...

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[?]BOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

l 0VRNE LETTER. 5sr speaial Gorrespondent.) -kh I assed with such ~i' tljeleritV through the l.t, a Tiillng the Minis S.jweires to make regula re 'eo for the safety of the ;Se ring the war, has t;hore than anything else ye arealisation of the grim at w1ar. We have been ,"" t I'. imperfect con -- tthe big struggle means. orb- much of our attention .?,,e does, but so many thabit of being onlookers rticipators ill games that Seteuds to this game of iexdividioa life and death. •It' ers which the Gov os thught necessary to as Swn' think nmore seriously ; t mhian is. The Bill gives CU tidtlinistration practically It prov ides that the e'op.l nia mrake regula String the public safety and t the Coiiruonnwealth, and , ,uch powers and impos duis a he thinks lit, with ,theeto, upon the Naval Board litar Board and the miem , naal and military forces t, wealth. The regulation's ?e the trial by courts-mar tisment of .persons contra of the provisions of such j.signled to prevent per iaping with th...

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Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. Police Magistrate-January 2 and 30;', 'bruary 27, March 27, AAiril 24, May 22, June. 19, July 17, Aug ust 141; September 11, October 9, November` 6, -December 4. Dr Syme, and Messrs Ft. B. Lith gow and W. A. WWharington.-Jan uary 16, February 6 and 20, March 13, April 3 and 17, May 8 and 29, June 12, July 3 and 24, August 7 and 28, September 18, October 2 and 23, November 3land 27, Decem ber 18. - M'ressrs It. T. Kings, J. Rouget, T. WV. Simpson, aid J. Wallace.-Jan uary 9 and 23, cFebruary 13, .March 6 and 20, ,April 10, -May 1 and 15, June 5 and 26, July 10 and 31, Au gust 21, September 4 and 25, Oct ober 16 and 30, November 20, De cember 11. -'Eioi since Miy little boy David was three I have given him ,Cham berlain's Cough Remedy,"? says _Mrs G. A. Paxton, Little Chester.Street, New, Farm, Q. "I have used it ior? all my children and have never known it? to fail. Many nights our two little girls have been bad with croup, but our faith in Chamber lai...

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SHIRE COUNCILS MEET:— [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

BSHIRE COUNCILS MEET: Lilydale.--Fourth Monday in each month. Secretary and Engineer, Mr Hamilton Sinclair, C.E. Upper -Yarra.-First Monday in each month. Secretary, nMr B..iMor ey; Engineer, Mr A. K. T. 'Sambell. Eltham.-~First Monday in each month. Secretary and Engineer, Mr A. G. Thomas, C.E. COURTS OE PETTY SESSIONS. Hcalesville.-:Every Thursday, at 10__a.m . Lilydale.--Every Friday, at 9.30 a.m. - Warburton:-Fvery Saturday, at 930 &.m. Clerk of Courts.-Mr T. B. Wade. Police Magistrates.--Dr. R. IL Cole and Mr H. Morrison. District Justices.--'.. B. Lithgow, Coldstrcamf; . II. Henty, .Wonga Park b ??i and Dr. "A. ?E Syme, Lilydale J. Rlouget, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville; 3M. C. Bridger, Croydon; C. Bath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis,. Dixon's Creek; W. Privettand W- Jqlliffffe, Healesville; H. Ewart, Hoddle's Creek; J. Lithgow and E. A. Stoi-y,_ Warburton; J. H. ThompL son, MI.A., Silvan; A. . G. Buller, West Warburton; ' Jas. Hunter, Bee nak.; T. WV. Simpson, 1\. A. Whar ington...

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The Alien Danger [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

The Alien Danger Under the1 above heading in " Th Argus" Mr J. W. Lind, 'of The Her mitage, writes : " Sir,- -With great regret and sor row I read [the various letters in re ference to our fellow'citizens ant fellow colonists who happen 'to bi born in Germany, and bear a Germ a name. I venture to say, without fea of contradiction, that .99 per cent. o the.Germans with whom I am ac quainted are amongst the most es teemed members of society ; people who of their own choice have made Australia their home, and . have dons their level best to make honest straight livings. Thousands of then have manfully faced the wilderness and converted non productive. waste lands into smiling homes. It is posi tiely against all British sense of fair ness and just:c to stir up ill-will against fellow-Austra&lians ho have proved their g-it and worth as such, and try' to make the land of their adoption, in which they have spent their youth and strength, dista steful to live in. -If the Government ...

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

CIUUICII SERVICES.' -4----- Roman Catholic-lst -Sunday in the month---Mass at Lilycdale, 1- ?it chain 11. 2nad .Snday, Rllngwood 9, TilydalC 11 3rd 'Siinday, 'Mitcham 9, Liivydle '11; 4'th Sunday, Croy don' :9'- Liiyda 1 . Chiclih oure gn 'a d-Lilydrle 11 & ?teiodi st --C!?r'-Lilydale, '11 ??" i"; W~rti , 3 aad 7; Seville, 11; (Gvuyee 3; Evelyn 3; Yering, 2.30. Presbyterian COhurch-Lilydale 11 and 7, Croydon 3j Ringwood 7 p.m. Baptist Church-Lilydale 11 and 7 ; Paniton Hill 3 p.m;. Croydon 11L Church of Christ--Croydon 11 .ad 7 p.m;- I S;vatn oi 1y'- Lilydafe 11 a n., :ari Jundtoiio a pm." SUBSCRIBERS are reminded that their payments. are now due, and are respectfully: requested .to forward same to this office. Annual Sub seriptions for papers Vostc'V f?bm office nhd piAd. epoe en ' of year (Gs) dverd-t' su'bscription? will bl char 2,s per qua .

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HEALESVILLE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

HEALESJVILLE? NEWS. Professor Mudd conducted meetings in the Healesville district this week in connec tion with the Methodist Home -Mission. On Tuesday bhe de livered a fine address at Hea lesville on the present war. and imparted much useful in formation' to the audience, He went so far b.ak as te Span .ish ArSmada time, and said that natiin had set about to conquer the 'world: . She had. almost sllccedea "hhet Eng land stepped in aunl efected her downfall. Afterwards, he said, -Napoleon Bonaparte con ceived the same idea, and set about tnakinkiFrance the'ruling powver of the world. Agmin Great Britain: (for it lad siace grown ulg a Empire) took a 14nd ii imatters and checked the all-conquering Bonaparte. History was now repeating itself, and Germany had taken exactly the sane iourse, and would, the lecturer said, meet with the same fate, and Prij ain would again to ,he ca?se. Mr Mud4'a remnanrks were liatened to most at.tenti\e!ly, and the appal at, the conclusion of his adciress ...

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YARRA GLEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

YARRA GLEN (.io t A CORRESPONDENT). On Monday, Cr P. Downer, of the Eltham Shire, who has volunteered with the Expeditionary Forces for ac tive service abroad, returned .ioine for a short stay before leavinig with the troops. Cr C. Bath and others immediately, and at a few hour's no tice to the.perfo.rmers. arranged for a "farewell' social; at which a large number of friends-of M" Downer at tended.: The progrmm*o consisted of an overture by 'fis;Herbert, a song by Mr Cary, whilst Mrs Peach, Miss V. .Morris,'and M.A E. Hu<bbard helped to swell the programmi and add to the enjoymen~ with some ap propriate recitatk~ns, Mr Downer was at this juncture presented (amidst applause) with a whisky flask, suit ably inscribed, Mrs Downer was then called upon and presented with a very nice cruet in token of esteem for both herself and husband. Mr Downer responded, and thanked his many friends for their kindness, and re marked that in enlisting he was only doing what he thought to be h...

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REMARKABLE LOSSES AND RECOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

REMARKABLE LOSSES AND lr, COVERIES. rle singular loss and recovery of thc h 'chess of Buccleuch's bracelet is fresh in the minds of all. It had become at. tached to a lady's dress at the Corola. tion, was folded away with the gar. mient, and not seen un:il tile Iuiconci. ,us finder had been awny for a holiday tnd had the robe out again. That, however, is coinmonplice con. j.red with the experience of a Sussccx S-ergymnan. A ring, which was an Scirloom in his family, was stolen fruom iis keeping. Nothing was heard of it :or eightccn years. Thlen it turned up nside a glove at a bazaar in New Zea. and, promoted by a relative of time ori. inal owner. It had pa.sed from maud to hand, and finally been left inl ne of tile fingers of the glove which .ad been sent in to be so;d. Sir Cla 4de de Crespigny, while oi he Cont:,ent, during the Fratnco.PrPs. s-ian war, lost his luggage. It caum Sback to him at the conclusion of the wvar. During its travels to and fro, it must have been opelned and ...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

RINGWOODMARKET Ma.1 k- 'lelebj l and (. . di(mt . to I tppi.'.. Milk r 10s; fat cv s,, ooI? IA; pers to 1,1; l extra, .Hod t. ,: >: ' I,,s 1TS .. to L12 17s 6d ; Pokl.. ,~,; - I s •lips I is to ioiko'21 - b 1,t i, -. - , i . , c . ckr . . Poultry--1ie.: , 11 ker. tM, 1e'. pair. others :i-1 . ti 7s 0 ,, to 3s lid pair: s hk 1: It h,,. 3d pair; dlic.k k t' 2s to 2s 1(1 pair. d n lklir l , to 112 10..; Dmie 111, 1)ru to L 1 iO 0 frrmr. r its. ie 1. The C"lolli;alI Bnk oif-\u?ti., Limited.-?' he l.la~i t j sc c l oft Colonial lBank of A oustrl Li'. Sed for thle h;alf-'veir erndl i (Lnh -Sptemuber last h':'l us Icn 1I,. lishled. fThe nlet tj for the I, lif. year amounted t, 1,~ , , l 6tl. dividend at the 7nte of 7 er ll )pr annulm has been ,ma , I. . Sprefeicnce a?d1 uordinrv i L10,e00 is bciJirg :l ed t,) tile r,.. fsrve rvrfnd, nmking L.20.001 fu/ year, thnd raising tiat fl Ig h, L230.000. The ba:nk. a; usul, l t,( .a very strong lilanci:l poitio. 'I liquid ussets tulot.l 1.1.17i,.;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

WIJAT ARE YOU DOING 1 wHA4T I4 W J NG? Send - ----------- - i Arpu ' . AD, Youp:| A£. g xQW, And we'll itroup e !ibt of friends- People y I4@ let m?et before- Peope-iWho live bhere in this district- People you ought; to know-People with money to spend. If your store is. a good storei and your;goods are the right goods LET THE PEOPLE KNOW1I LET TIE PEOPlAP NNOWI We o4n help you there, This paper is read by thousands, and your ad. in its columns will be read by thousands, too. It. goes into nine out-of ten homed in .the im portant, and growring' distficts' it serves. s DI Y.UR PnLTING J-RE st Y PRI ^ HERE Our r ddros's'i Casla , ldde Our pan ' "'is 'largo' aul up-¢Id-da'lo Our Aet irnr er s' al,Li.yd.le . - -"1 . .:.... ET' .+ ChamberI I' ' Igr Tablets ýQq ýeOO & a'OIt4Ti8M IF YOU REQUIRE MILK that is PURE and FRESH purchase from R. HILL, JUN. THE ADDRESS is - - - SNELSON ROAD LILYDALE and I DELIVER DAILY Stud Notices. - I HORSE OWNERS Can secure the widest publicity for -thei...

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[?]ATE ELECTIONS. [?] EVELYN. [?]NCAN AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 6 November 1914

1'r L LYI) ALE r of gentlemen nclu *tendcd it the Attlf attele ot1n t Wednes Silt the Labor c an St' election (1r. * re Lis viers 0n ?))1e, political interest. a ,d hearing, and tus intained all 3 inCC.,'ie, by ftile hire (r Jas. ;the ed his pleasure sP ]resent. 'he Ihe aspirants for t Swere going to I',c~leople were awa ;~d to hear all t e election was to la eC' to tlake the l??1 .neon ai h C hd (wo "' 1fitcnce iu 1P r- t h md who hb.d c 1 rad oo01 work for s -] i i'iS ii 1ad who was r.ceived - iad k-'.Výa.s pleased t rof ladits 1.lri'esnt. " , ,, Il tIle lad Hics arll. 1r E. ir 3 l?nted nihlis con- b ,k?nielit fir albout- 1 M1inister of Mlines W ) had come Iii con ae ith 31r Cameron,111 ard a fir hear li t decision. No 31in 2 was e'er held in 1 .i than lr Caim i?@yers must be an si .dl eople, lie. had ,oul who was satis .islation of tile past. .November the elec- s] _. whilch one of the a i,o: would represent _ ai tlt for tiiree years i . would have all the 3 .r party say that the...

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