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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10th 1885 NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

e ntin ., SATUBDAY, JANJJUARY 10th 1885, NEWS AND :NOTEs, The first contractfor the new: jetty is: to be700 feet long and 26 .fet 'wide: In' this section the arear n iiiooring piles or lindliiig marked oni the plah, so tlat this means, that, the . conti nuation, and completion of:the pier must: b gone ion with :iinmediately the': first: section: is completed:. Itis stipulated in tile speci fications that the ;piles inust be. driveai 18 feet.;. it "is-almost.an impossibility to drive them 8 feet without Aplitting the piles. Those very popular favorit.es, Missa Daveliport and Mir G.; Jonesr willagai visit Queenedliff and lead in two: of-those mirth-inspiring and;l dovel 6i~1ieitiinie?it? for which theeqarenoted. They will be assisted by thofle ?e y reriarkably;diveil:j ing conmediansjFrank StevensMrPope Elliott, Verdi; Lindsay, utton, . "Maveii etc. '`lM F. Goiigi get is wiell kown. to, introduce no oer than: meritorious performers and when such well-kn6wn entertainers as above are in...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stoneham Family [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

Stoneham Family " : :~~Th i a~ore erformers appeared' nt t1, 1 Fo eqters H illa.t ni ht. " "tke- thei .hnllwzu'e notice f:oiua coiteiiiporrc:u The prcautti ia *ili umde tiltl o a it greateactenttaaf a dmIesrs of thmege uimie Nont hiain fawahir `attti the resulat waas that that' fairlnt ood' haoiie which dgatkerei[ e. penaeaai annia idah treat rasrely uffuaiktk. til resI lidets aof &auntfrt tuoials i hpInaIii4teaI aitianheras uuaaapriset1 pujun tette (f f r pisn;'iio itai, fluty, corajet, anad doiuble uaas), at ý1uirtette mat S -horn'i,. i fluite anti a coarllc picoIo diett.. '-ihe' pfer nrauinces were ii -each cage wa: terh, N othuug cran aurpiasi the exqaaiste wa' riiiwhich -general; effect wasn astulied anid irudoatel in the coaucerted. iicht14.., aid the tlts.e 'isolo itselfhk pregetel . p)erfect aenihuatig -of 7exptre9icn1vpal :plaini g; with ;whfat.na Ia he Balles the. jarrotcliuieama of executioni

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wanted—A Little Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

* - - -· ~ i' P Kt '11 e Wanted-A Litle:, ~ .i.r;: , Where hgve they gone to-.the I~t?1&irIs,-, With nat'ural mainers and natural curl???''? Who 16ieitlieir.c bolllis'an? lili~ltheii t'ys, And talk of something besides the boys? Little old women intplenty I find,. tttire i mannerI nd odadofuniid; Little old. flirts who tatk of their-'"~ beaux" And vie with each other in'stylishilolthest ? tittle old belles, who at nine and ten, i , Are 'sick ot plfas're an tired 'iof'meri ,erofri~ia~dJ, 4fballs,`fo:f~?nn"'~ uda nnd lii no e geirisun o uce, in the beautiful Iongr ago, some deaF ljtle chfdren ueo knoW;? Girlsho were meya 1amls t ; And ]augJed ald ro4cikq tl ivelngdy They thoight not all of te tyle C of thei . plpthas F They never imagined th t boys were ' hequ -" "Other girls' brthers~.andJ.' mates" were they; plendid fellows to help them play. Where havl?v fli goigi.t If ou see One of.them a~iywher send hIrto me. .I EgOv~h _na medalof urest od To on of tnhose learnlitfe rlsnf...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

What is tbis Ditease that is S- poming upon us .IIEE a thief a htnit it-steals in ipo us un awares. .*Many persons have jaimii''aunt the chest-and sides, and sometimes in the back. Tliey feel ilull and sleep', -thth has a bad taste, '-speciuilly ihii inoriung. A sort ,,f sticky sliie collects 'aihit the teeth. The :,ppetit e is lpoor. There is i -fclikg. like a heavy load on the.stimach; Romertimesa faint all--gne sensatioi. iat the piitf, the Astoma:h -which fido doe.s i. satisfy The (es am iunkeunthe-hands aind feet' licomie ctld and feel clammy. AfteiWi time'he becomes -ncr vous..irritable,.and-loomy, andi has evil fore boding. There is a giddiness, a sort of whirling senuation in the: head wheii rising up suddenly. The bowels- become costive, the skin.is dry and hot at times; the blood beconmes thick and stagnant, the Whites.ofi the, eyes become 'tinged with yellow, the urinRe is scanty and high-cblonue 1. depositing a sediment after standing. '[here ir fre quently a spitting up...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Oh my Toes. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

r• Im . I L L,0.:l Acerfin.actress is so accustomed to hea e ntion.--ade of her" beaitif.if efe4t,s "Autiul- hands," "beautifulP "e ' ., iitheotheothr ay shfe':hadertentlyir mued in a a amirer' ear " I'{ve asch.a cqlF4i ?y ifnosp." !: nt- she w?g not prepared for the rejoinder: : And I such 0ch1i bains-onnmy thetic toeS," ic At u -^ - ,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIBRARY SITE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

LIBRARY SITE. To the Editor. Sir,-I have read your correspondent '-. Interest's" letter on what he considers S.the, best to be done as regards the build ing of, the new library, and have to say of it, that' it is forcibly wrote, and I have no'doubt that after having received its final revising, and having been read over before its insertion, the writer had an inward feeling that he, had made such suggestions as would command universal approval. Nevertheless, on considera tion, I believe that there are many who view the matter ini a different light.. Therefore. I shall at (once set aside his suggestions as to the niew bi!ildlin, beill erected in the reserve op;posite.,te Grand hotel; as also his silly nonstinse as to the years it would takh~ of dq.lprtuentanl circunllocution before the itrinsfereof the Presbyterian grounid be effteedtl, and would wishl to bring yourreadllrs to the main .ioint at ouCee. HIs it hnot mnore than once been decidedl by meeting, speia:lv called; that the pr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Sports Club Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

The;sports Club Bazaar. - In our last isnc we s gave ia short account. of the oplening of the albove lqi zaar, but owing to, presusure of space we were unable to comment' at length 'u_ i.it . .11i is now just aboit asir months since tlhis aeani of raidig funds was first ilolted, said so wairinly was, the inotion responded to. tlhat a't committee was. at once formed for the pulrpose of bringing :tlle niatter to a sue(essful i:.insue. A...ithough the gentleinienliittalli energy ,iiit thieaffair, they sonnt?fuid that the askistanice of ,the ladies icari?indispen sable. Accordingl a meeting of ladies !was called, and a colnittee appointted h-tlierefrotn for the purpose. of initiating a .weekly class whihere all could iiest and pr?inmte the interests of the affair, by .' doing all sorts of ?work, both plain and .y fancy. . It. is to this committee - that the thanks:are diie. for they hare kept at their work. like bef, going re.ularly to .,'their clasp on -tie- apl;iinted?ldaiys,-anil alt...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
It is Said. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

It is Said. That, eating sheeps' head and trotters: would be making both ends meet (meat.) That, the gentleman who "lost hisaequili 'riium " has advettisddfor itJ , jt., ... f. "1. Tlat, a young aiidy once. plaea, Stor? at Sea" with such realistid etft a party that several of .the guests,wee taken violeitly sea-sick. Th'at, if you are on a narrofi:path*ay. withl only room foreone?id a stone.,aill on onte side and a?street two inches dieep in mud n the other and you see a bulldog on a poraging expedition coming towards you. :O';colrse,iif, you wvint.to get the different parts of.?gr anatomy neatly and carefully 1'g iiddyiou wiiijt Eirdlyfsiffdithrislf~you'11 see that dog in everlasting.summer if you'll budge one:inclihoff that- patti forlhim;" but if hot you will not; hesitate as to the best ?.ie to' take. T t, on p?pmatter of ,birds, the largest Sa# alow ever tknown, wasvhen Jonah was a1rlowed ý hale, ; Tht, the original 'bf the term akipg a mess of it " was when Esau soldThis birth...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Those Horrid Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

Those Horrid Dogs. " Does your father keep a dog ?" As Alfred spoke these words in that ten der, earnest manner which betokenasscoldR o~ the chest, LaviniaL M'Bibwii=ae an upward glance, half shyly, half wondering ly,~aid then the beautiful brown eyes were again turned away ahd the little :dimpld ha?ds; hardlyrecovered fom:thei dampness of tlie early m?rimgnwash, fell listlessly l1y her-side." -'-For a moment neither ipoke.':. The man was the 'first to breithie'ai lence. He sneezed. Then, bending over the little form that stood beside him, he looked with his clear blue eyes upon the coronal of olden locks that crowned "rvlnl area , an hen is eye wandered to the invisible hairpins which kept the coronal from blowing off when the wind 'strnck*it... " My darling," he whispered softly. to himself, "Heaven made us for each other, and we'must never be parted. Without you my life would be as desolate as the sub Srjption~'of a religioi ,er." And lthingnivously at hiss .coming-as ick-asIsn m...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"All My Eye!" [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

SAn Glcxc'ai;tin O'thde N avy, whorloesides 'jdi the l'Re iVavij i.n Paris, was taking a .waIk'jtheatgther day lintthe Luxembourg Gard heaw a well-dressed gen. ftlemau'suddenlnyaise his hands to his face and manifest signs of violent pain. The old officer went up to him and kindly inquired what was the matter. " Oh, dear ! how I suffer ! a grain of dust has got into my eye some way or other; wouli you please blow "into-the-eye*to'*try-and-retirove it. The gptain guntly turned up the aufferey's eye. ia, and garefully lqldidg 'his head in both hands, he lbegan" to breathe with every de. gree of force, from a zephyr to a tempest, over the part affected, until at last the gen. tlom an' appearyl~d relieved;,j andl??'mly" ,thanked ?is benefactor;: Aidho~ir afterwards the former,?betame aware, while; sitting in a cafd on the; BoulevardySaint-;Michael that 'e too liad beei redelve f his iwatch and piaeoo I u.; . h., and

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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A Lady's Defence. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

S .a?. Lady's Defence; '. ee; R?ecntly, a highly respectable young lady, who ligasi'inthe esgurlis on her; ay togiy.,e tan~ear n music ?lesson, was acaostea .and tercepedbytwo gentlemen, woere evidently fresh from a night's carouse. -~After usiqg everytexertion to escape from their impertinences,, she at length espied a bakeres cart standing round tbee cornerioni a siide-street. She hurried togwardsj:it asid leaped into it for protection. ? . k. i Tn~ tyo rutlans appdaiaj'hd,in1h a tati'd?! ung thaep " soires. , the pae ehtiued ;tfeir °insolpnntiemii rls "al of, divs ges She warned them" to be off, but in vain. Quie' fthem gile a§though he would follow lierti o tlie~'an, Tiereupon she seized a qaf (of ljreal; d ,and-Andiit i right into fhii Ihe fol o e.ld this-up 1iti another and. ano ther, d hvere?th w goot1atam. ';The 'hufliaus, indinglthel y thad theijwgrst lof.it htreda Vo by, ol pse at the young la l3, and tb, retired, leaving her mistress . tlie.'.itt !ti loAl I I I I I

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

A Mistake. It happened in a rough mining town in Colorado. There was a grand ball at the ranch of Whisky. Jack, a well-kown character in the "diggings," and the'oeite(of the district responded to the cali in full 4orce, The party was. held in?a rihkety old. bar, belonging tb the hoet, anid with a few iredstrips d~ flannel, a gritesque accumula tiom of modihtain roses, add a row:of drip.. pi' candles, the appointlients of the place .were perfect. My first partner in the iddy dance was the wife of the man who killed the village postmaster because he refused him a letter; she was fat, fair, and forty, and danced with the grace of a cow. My next partner was the daughter of this charming. pair, a young girijustbursting i-the loveliness1 of "womanhood,; 8she was badly freckled and spokted a wart on her nose. My inext"'rtner wasatblootin'g?i?=widowa" fresh arrival; and then I rested. I began to comment on new fresh faces in the room. My companion in this pleasant pastime was a heavy-bearde...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Lucky Horse Shoe. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

A. Luok :Horse sh6oi,' : '. "When the Black Crook was,~firsti per-a fforiied in New York, H. C.-Jarrett, who is: at Fresent; inf Lo1ddiiVwa.is irim aitnerirpf .with Henry Palmer, and the twain exp~end°l iQ,Q00 cols. 10 sli 1 ah eiaix akinigetting ip the -spectacle. T6ihugh produced in sumn.: .tgous styleu.ivitht.as onderfgl- e.--ene .. a, ? daing idnd:.d zl g bal~e ;.it some- how did not inspire cogdbaeince'inalie. er. At the last momg@pt heQ lostfatl}:;,?: wpakened;' 'as they say over tie, water,, ajd atthe,.coo-; elusion of' the last rehearsal he?;and-,his partner went for a drive in Cnitral Park, " ' Harry,' rsaiddablmer;i ,'!'Ihaitire sentiment that the- Crook will-not catch obahi The' rehearsa1t tboday Pdoes~if't inspire 'Me. Look here bld ?a04aif i o'n'llPgive me 5,;000 dols. cash down I'll sell -out 'my share, and: youieanrnth bl hIlitig alineiý.n : ,'Larrett w?s ,urning yover;the prpositon in his m?ind'when' the'iorse he'wa drivin?g cast a shoe. Palmer .heardthe-eickof the ....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Visitors' Lists. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

~Thi foloim iug visitin cvfalriilileR 0ccnp tl rea iices'" aifended Mr Anderson. J aifihiiitowe;. Mir ..Ollivcr, Ljcyonwood;' M1r:;;IcriohxJd, Glentarve; Mr ' Forbes, 41obImehrnrst: Mr AidersontWeaj Cot tiige; Dr Bowen, BRriitwtnil; Mr far" noir, Bon. Accord;iRer. Mre1IewiQ re, e is ;. bIlr G; D.' Carte .::lung p kiw; Mr 'F: Eng!nan; i`Varrigna Mr;.;I twkand. 1Mirr~vinbleiea 1r'.fi nrwoýd, xraylingria; ?difr. 'rixon,. Clutha; Mir A. Gilin.. Milton; Mr Jl Cochrane, Mvrtle; Mr -3rabin,; Biomte; Mr Owen, Redfern Cottage.; Mr Coehrane. Cr4ik's Hf)Us'; Hntx' .J. Balfour, ¶lroedel'a JIause, GelOi brin& street; J. ion..J. Lorlciier;, Geiti svine._ .. ,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Lawyer's Novel. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

The Lawyer's Novel. I hear4 of a laweroncew ose.hlie'read tw?o novtls to hiwle s sc k, s said to er ; . I have beou elltirely too rugli wrapped up in law, and have.forgoi?ttenal most everything else. When I get we!llj shall: lay aside my statutes and write a :novel," and so he did. The first chapter told about a nice young man and a pretty young woman. The seconid told how they met and fell in-love. The third, a very pretty chapter, told how hh, '!took a ?lk together i th'e evenini , ihd:low they got outside the town becausq 'the sun wexqt down and. .they couldn't, see 'the'corpqration line. It was a very ro mantio story, but he spoiled i in the next chapter. 4fteritilliove> a sg:re';pproppPl?,tb? seated' .in the shade of aspre oa a??ug w?as night, the yoingminh said `f.Adelaide' L'can no longer conceal my feelings.1 I love; ,you, madly distractedly,' wildly. I.cannot ii@ without.you. Your image is"iii~' t lieart by night and'by day,-and without you my life is ihcomplete."' - Now...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEEN-CLIFF v. LATROBE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

r Qrr6a' C!.I!F r. ATRORI: Ounr "liawn. cihi iii hlis rniat~h 'aalhia. an oth ctEr cr otrrict.· otr t 'I i" to h ~lIR's nn this trRo uu111 took pn ddýý4aiicn niE tha' wckat'.~ %~ erler Anil "1. Croft. ebing thi'I:ret to. aj±piar. "Croft:\ iwlra briwrleal lavr Fatiatinir f'ar `4.aun I F .tAu1 Pla'ia W*II desalt"d within a siaailar rarinltner: :for thai' ,.aaaaud naa'ie -E Multtleaaa· ;ill follni'eel, ln;aa a better' "stalt I 'and; he with U. 'Kerley coniaih'lral h i acrezasi } the sreon. The latt'r .1s wickts at: Jst etll `to a good ball from. Stelien fo r~ anal Miillen..walK Arxioscd: ii ied for' _12. Nione of 'the otheri n aittir aa i aiitiul au-l. -theitiiiniiga closed for 5i9. On .Quenc-=~. Mhillf guitlr·illtrthce i&l was_ Ax usaal kejat' rolling; allJ the acmr rajliidly.. *incransd .ti117 I niiaa were'pi u i 'tt w them' with ` ihe ios ' sa49 wikkets Haynes.'not Neill. able, to at'. A.' 'W ii1iis naas again tiaa" .iig~iest scorer with'2fi;ailii ainann oia alng, *uneat wit...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wanted, a New Girl. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

Wanted, a New Girl. " I desire to advertise for a.girl to do general housework," saill a.St. Kilda lady to the business man of this paper. ,"Iha~evhad some little .trouble and angyance duiing the past year, and would liki, if !Ir0iAld; to: get a good girl who,4difjf?iatsl anl. ?respects fromn those I have been wrestling with,,? "'flast August I heard of P"slagod'irlwivho, was working for a neighbor of ;mine, and went to work systematically 'to get her. I found out afterwards that itwass a. put upp job on me, and that the neighbor wanted me;to get the girl, r t of reveng?ta anything else. .The girl's name was Clemen tine. bhe wanted £4f per yer, anid th-i,us'e of the piano. I was so sure that'she was a; good girl that I engaged her `~tlhr fwn terms. We tried to throw all the home in fluences we could arodcrid gllmenitiheoo Ij that she. would feel prfeftliy chb~erful aind be like gneJ&fitht fainily1I; She used.tb wear' my dresses when I was away i but when I asked her to let m...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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LAWN TENNIS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

L AWN TENNIS. To the Enitor. Sir,--In ia filancial oint cif view, the tnnis" courtsii iaye not come up to ex jeCtations. ,What is the sonof thin? e, a;very necessary, point is, that -the shie;eshould be' advertised more gener aliy--posters being .place~din favorite resorts', ;.paragrapl y:p ur paper, notices; i n.ti te several :hotels, 'and a finger-piiot at the left enttance of. the 'ardenls iwith the' annoieiceiiejlt ".To the tennis courts," .,Besides all this,'books of rules saould be. Irilte1..t ;and! distri buted, .asd some.;furthei additions to the present; laws :maie.1 . .For instance, nlecnlhership by'mienns of season tickets forA.tie year; hail year,: quaftei; or even month. ..These tickets: to 1b issued at nlominal rates, to :bi .decided by the Sports Cdovinittee ith,ai due regard to the l'aw of ther clubs... -i, may.further be added: that seats placed at conve . nie'nt dieitances from th.hid?6its"ind" in shady' spots; would be a h?" i?eii fort tq spect;a'ts.. Trusting ti'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRAND HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

GRAND )HOTF. . FAMitIES--Rev. Dr Torrance; Rev todby; Rev. Woxlds, Me.srs 1 'rtI .T..Bailev, Bilyth, Ruessell `n"ii, J1. J . i'uiibull, GC'ler, God dard,. Jacpbi,. Hoptonr WilkeriM'esdanmes J. C. Steward, Robertson, Jeffrey, Diidgeon St. Quintin. ... .... o. MiSDAMEB Tracy, Porter, Parkr, IHowie, Zevenboon. :Ms :AND MIssEs--L6i?; :Brown: ' 'Mrs ?.r Maloney and children. Mrs' Conunt and son . MIssEs' Taylor. Davis. M'Veaný sfiwart,' Zevenhooji,' Jacobs, Mieddonild,' Reid, .Hay. nn:m, Blyth, Middlemiss. - SMFeaSRS Price, M'Donald, Ba:khbouse, Nell, Armstrong, Cox,. Unless visitors Hits are forwarded to this office: by Thursd:iy afternoon, they will niot be inserted if: pnaccompanied by the advez thing aczil e of2si Gd an'inch.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Death of Mr Davidson. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 10 January 1885

Death of Ma Davidson. Ilt z: ivth icPrc'regrct" that i~e lh'flnUfl(czn, ..het eath -.f Mr 9avidiio'v whoe.pinrcl a t w, acii~leiwe,, .Ielrcei: atrt't,a .Qneensctiff, - (e Jle1Urd.&v wee ireeng,-at :3 x-k. 4 Ncleikc Her r i. ever.. e frezu the ruetden illneks of the? 4th 'eimernt>, tl4t, rand althenrha the betw t midi .ia t vice obt~iiiwbbli± wit called in, it wns ,of 'I avru[ ' Mr D ieou' ta staitioneet - at 'ý1hdel r~ f1 r :i cunalleer ret yearand. w'asat T. iiii.1i tee' take `cb a ru rtThe Qnecnsehiff 4tatlionlz iut u .76r*i- Ae'e In111 8!4 hle reeea :e1 ti, -runk= " a setIiior-i wrstn able hik re4iiLpaion; -'( s' iifln i ashort- tine Iack. FT~e el"ceiiaed geitlei'rii..haId mnii ehimself. ge xueral : fwuriite: buth_ ' in* iai :ceffticia linte privamte (-i~r)witvyu asi 13iti1'n `fulfilliing lisi *IiU ti If aqiliet effective tas, nd Ihl wast t DIll t fite:r redy ie lz he'lpinge on any good, wr1k ini the tominl large ly'Ltt&.iiieel .'m niimher of de:~' aieell' fr~e...

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