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EFFECT OF SUGAR ON CEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

EFFECT OF SUGAR ON CEMENT. That sugar in quantities as small as one-quarter of one per cout. of the weight of tho cement will completely prevent the cement from sotting, ana that one or two por cent, of sugar will make tho cement set quickly, but will later causo it to disintegrate or break up, has b'.en established by a series of tests conducted by a ohemical engineor, who also claims that the ac tion is more pronounced with some ce ments than with others. Further ex periments have failed to doteriuiho ac curately the cause of tho pronounced action of a small quantity of sugar opon a largo quantity of cement.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAN WITH PRICE ON HEAD. WAR AGAINST WHISKY SELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

MAN WITH PRICE ON HEAD. WAK AGAINST/WHISKY SELLERS. One of the moat interesting visitors that London has had for some time ar rived-there recently on his way from Milan to America This is Mr W. E. Johnson, who, charged by the United States Congress with the task of sup pressing illegal drink-selling to the Ked Indians, has completed five cxcit ing years as Chief Officer. He to]d an interviewer something about hi6 life as an Indian Sorrico Agent. ""What led to my appointment by the Iloosevelt Administration in 1906" said Mr Johnson, "was that things had reached an acute stage in the In dian territory. Many people who had committed crimes in the east took re fuge in the Indian reservation, and be f;an soiling liquor to the natives, part y in order to .make profit, and partly in order to ^get the Indian drunk and rob him. This led in turn to repris als hy the Indians. "I got together 25 to 30 frontier men, and we went out making arrests and burning drinking saloons. In 18 months, sis o...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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HOW INSECTS ACQUIRE CASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

HOW INSECTS ACQUIRE CASTE. Tlio various easloa of social insccta havo diilerent appearance#, but it lias been supposed that thoy aro alike on leaving tho ogg anil dovelop their pecu liar characteristics artificially through ditforence;# in feeding or tlio action of parasites, Socking to learn when the diil'orout forms of tormitoy, or whito ants, begin, Processor liugnion, of PariH, concludes that this thoory is wrong. Among tho several castes oil this insect, the soldiers aro wingless and have very strong mandibles, and the "workers, which build and. bring, food, havo a distinct i'orm, but neithor reproduce. The caste known as roproducors, ou the other hand, with a special development, appear to porform no part except, poif putuating tho spocios. Tho investiga tion made with a number of spocies shows that fcho neculiarityof form ex ists in newly-hatched insects, and that; theroforo, division into castes, like, .that of the BOXOS, takes plapa befoco^tho lavao aro born.

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FIGHT BETWEEN SHOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

FIGHT BETWEEN SHOWERS. Although willing to meet death by a sword thrust, tho horo of 100 duels has shown that ho objects very strongly to having not feet* Ho is M. ItounTor Doroieres, a man who has at his fingor ouda all tho rules and formalities of tho duol. Ono of hia chief pleasures is to bo master of ceremonies at sueh moot ings. His courago is undoubted, but ivofc foot or dirty boots bo cannot stand. Ho had .had boiiio small difforenco about a medical question, and it was decided to sottlo tho quarrel by an appeal to tho sword. A meeting was arranged, and at eleven o'clock punctually tho one- , nues faced ono another "on guard." Rapier points threatened--that matter ed nothing; but tho sky was groy and promised rain-and that was serious, xhoy set to fiercely, so fiercely that tho swords were bent, and new ones had to bo substituted. Tho suu shono dully, and at last tho rain camo, after 45 minutos of fiorco combat. Duellists aud seconds woro struck with panic, and thcro was a wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

V Q The itching, burning, -suffering and loss of sleep caused by eczemas, rashes and irritations 'of the skin and scalp are at once relieved and permanent skin health restored in most cases by warm baths with Cuticura Soap followed by gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment. ® o Cuticura KoAimntf Ointment nrn'sclri throughout tlwv;orltl, A Ubeiai sample of each, wilh booklet on tliR rare utitl treatment of tin? Kkinaml cr-alp, ma post-free. Addrcii H. Towiij * Cu.. Sydney, N.8, \V. APPLICATIONS FOR GOLD MINING-LEASES. HLNT3 FOR APPLICANTS. Proceedings to bo observed when ap plying for a Lease : I. iiroct poscn (thoao aro not roquired Cu be painted) at leant throoinoheasquaroe anJ not ie«s than throe fool above be ground, with a metal plate having painted thereon the words " Appliod tor iioaue," the rtuto of marking out, and t|\o nauio of the applicant, or (il. uv>i\] than two) tho names pt the Brat two applicanta, and in ciiai) where only a part of tho snrfaoe ia equtrod the aam...

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THE QMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

THE QMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated tho Oraeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, JAXUARY 13, 1914. There was a heavy fall of rain at Bennm bta.at mid*day yesterday, while at tho tamo time io Omto thero was only a alight shower R Shannon, importer and draper, Omco announces in another column that his turn mcr clearing flal« will commence on Satur day, when every at tide will be reduced in prico. Messrs Ruotsey, ffunter nud Carruth«»a, three SunuyMdu anglers, went to tho Light* ning last week and in tho ono day caught sixty trout, ranging from threoquutera to 2lb. in weight each. A, Mac.uihur and Co. will iioM a cloiring sale at Hinnomuitjic Statiou on 2l»t instant, on account of Mr J. W. Brumley. Th« y will alao hold a ehecp aud cattle aalo at Umco on 20th imt. Mr G. S Fitzgerald, Big River, reports that the rainfall for December was 1 43m. The fill for 1013 was 33in , which is about 4in below th" average. All tho top country ^ooks very dry for this timo of the year. Frederick (tally, tho...

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THE COLISEUM. THE LAST WORD OF PAGANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

THE COLISEUM. THE LAST WORD OF PAGANISM. The Coliseum is of . fciotil with stone. ' Tly! Pantheon is l;ri-:'c. ' ? a Conrso grey brick in texture like it ' potter's sagger ; und its dome, tlu most daring in tho world, is ot ce metit. They say-1'Roman comcnt Js ever | lasting I add-'"And eveilastinjlj ( sombre }" _ i I. took my first sight of the Coli- j scum on my way to San ClenK-^te. i At my lirsj;; view f|,\ini the higt ' ground 1 w^oi'a I stood I looked at it j almost midway. It seemed large j but I hai^ imagined it still lsyrgen. I cfatnbered ' the slppcs niic (itgod close underneath it, in the gul: of its great 9liado,w. Tlience I \ook- ( cd up at it. It, (uvt meanwhile l:o i fpma a ;great,\open-jawed. Leviathan I Then I passed through (i\io of it/ ' countless; I Lvqmcnil\cr. 1 ...oil that this Was tllo Latin word foi ' those outlets ";' :ahft" the word, oppress-:' '. ed me, !? .qtood for a momf.nl daaed by tlio shadows. At n strqki , all the' younger ^ii^ld^ng* iu thli City o...

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PRINTERS' TROUBLES. LABOR PRESS INVOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

PR I NT IS KS' TROUBLES LABOR PRESS INVOLVED. OwitiR to the Btrikn of ilin mechanical buIT, thn Hobarti Mercury camo out lasG week us an ei^tio-p .(>»? pippr, and the Li bo r journal, the Daily Post, us a fnur-p'igi! paper, instead of the normal 12 pagrp. Bo'li pappra were prin'rtl ^t. thp Mercury uIHoh. In the Daily Post appeared » leading articlp, in winch it) was Htiitfil : " It. is a strange iliing, tru'y, <li?*t tin* organ of labir should be enmeihpd iu an industrial iroubip, hut. in IIiphp piping times wo Bupp isn wti ttiusr. h« in tlip fashion. Our mechanic*! sniff Iisb Bi'i'ii fi'. to m«ke demands mi thin journal which ilio di'ectorB cnuld nut concede withou' signing a certificate »f bankruptcy. Wo hive heen Htreuuoua in the advocacy of the ju-"t claims of unionism, but) wp hav» alway* miin'ttinnd that thp cUim* niU'i bp of suuh a character than an Arbi'raiinn Courb would be likely to en'nrb*in them. There is an end of all stabi'ity if a anion cm m->kn its d...

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OLD-TIME PILGRIMAGES SOME REASONS FOR UNDERTAKING THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

OLD-TIME PILGRIMAGES SOME REASONS FOR UNDERTAK ING THEM. The okl-time piWi'imagc was tour ing and sight-seeing nt its brat, not withstanding many disadvantage:;, and there were more wonders to lie witnessed between Vcnico and Jeru salem tium the most enterprising traveller would now enco'mta' n a voyage round the entire v.mlil. 01 the thousands of pilgi irr.s who wended their way to tlin smaller do mestic shrines we have no records, but an English traveller in the four teenth century has related that he saw lying in the harbour of Conn na c'ighty shiploads of pilgrims, of which vessels thirty were from Eng land. At the shrine of'Beekct ai. Canter bury Cue annual number of- pilgrims (.T(.0",ip,| jor many years til? remark able i:.L;ure oi 200,uOrt, ap.d the extra ordinary (Icvoiibij paid to, this saint appears at1 one time to h^vo almost, if not f|Ujte, qfteaccd tho adoratiou pf the Dietv, . The reasons for undertaking a pil grlmage were many, and very diver. ' sifiecl. Richard J., o...

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HUSBAND'S SKIN TORTURE AND WIFE'S LEG SORES. WONDERFUL DOUBLE CURE [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

HUSBAND'S SKIN TOR TURE AND WIFE'S m SORES. ' WONDERFUL DOUBLE CUKE BY Z.VM-BUIC. ZJim-Bok U "tjprainstrttting ita excellence ua a family remedy by ourinij the [j]oatqbaU[jalo coses u|uj{iij .disease and 'infltinpJ' soro».' X'wo' splendid triurapha fjr J<iu).Buk healini; have }u«n been revoalpd by Mrs H. Barry, of Ruih Street, Peril), W,A. " My husband,'1 Mrs Be r? sayii, i' wafl q^uai'd Rraao puip and di-lkure inent by 'in ouib'rnak o( 'itchy eruptions oil bis face. The disease,' a triad of echin i, /jrab appenrrd jn little blislera, wf)ipb tiurac i»na termed io'Q' mnuinK SOW E»ery pffjrt to gHt rid u'f ib"' trquble was fraitlex0Onr.il my huutiaud happened to try a pot> of Z-ni-Buk. .| Tbo broHEl|6 hiifl uplnn^id re Jiff.,' T|ie painful irritation w«? stop-, ped 'witK'the flrdCBpp'io*tioni";-and Sb he persevered wiih it, Z vuv.Buk cleared away ovoryeniplioft a'nd .|itfG .hi.a'ekjii: quite glean and fiea'Gliy.. " J also l)4ve % imrBnlt to ttviok fqr oaring roe of a bat...

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IN BAGHDAD. AN EVENING EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

IN BAGHDAD. AN 13V13NINU KFFI3GT. Here en tho balcony of 'my 15n*-1i dud coflee-shop it is very pleasant. Twenty feet sheer below the Tigris /lows broadly, slowly past. From the further bank many-win dowed, irregular, fifth-shaped house* " ri.se stately. IJeliiiul the houses tall date-palms move gently in the evening breeze against the .setting sun, which gilds the sky, and Boon, dcK?pn.li»:v touches the water with crimson. On llio right a bridge of boat* bears its complinunt of small figures erosf.'jirr to and fro. A "gnga" paddles its way leisurely across the crimson ilood ; far dov n the stream a single country craft re mains becalmed with hoisted «iU. Two more arc tied to the 1 an't be . nealh us, their crews on deck nvnl ing the gear. A little while and the nun vanish:* suddenly from behind the palms : a mist rises from the river, the Un*, high-pitched cry of a muczm rises 'from a neighbouring minaret, and i* taken up by another, and another ; the Arab boatmen below turn to pra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

ftAJLWAY AND TRAEV1WAY MEW SHOULD USE MR. CHARLES ROCK, of 42 Glatfen Street, East Brunswick, 33 years in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes, on 2/4/12 : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "In December, 1911, I was' laid up with pleurisy, so serious the doctor consulted another. For three days MY TEMPERA TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, bat throagh taking the doctor's advice I live to-day. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC for me, as there was life ia that medi cine.' When he said, 'life in Clements Tonic,' they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I would havebeen in my last resting place only for that grand medicine; Had my wife paid £4Q for'the bottle the would have had good value. I have seen a lot of testimonies about CLEMENTS TONIC m books and papers, but what I find fault with is that every, writer has utterly failed to give a proper value of that medicine. (Sijaed) CHARLES ROCK." Tills ia a remarkable letter, but then, CLKMKNTii TONIC is a remarkable med...

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The Man God Laughed at. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

The Man God Laughed at. (JJy OIUNVILLE FOltTiiSCJUE.) "Wlinb tlio Orphan dug would do to that blue-ribbon bull .would leave no work for tlio dootorn. Throe cards, please, Mr. Dealer. , Tiio lioiso of water lapping tlio bow f t]l0 United Stnton transport. Gram was' tlio only answer to Privato Kelly's dictum. t!i0 '?,4urtiso squatted around an olu l.rov^»y blanket, playing pokur. TV (luvitiou of tlio hotter hand was lb I'idid before Corporal Levitt, squadron /?lerk, spoko in defence of hit. comman der's Uiroughbred bulldog. "Like boll bn would." 'ho 1un.. was mild despite slw '..Ctivcofuv o:.'tile Vvo ' "Why, tho' major's pup w-oiilu oat that mongrel up-eat 'im up." "Oh, 1 don't know; 1 don t know about that." Kelly spoko with cri tical inflection. "f would just as ,0011 bet a couple ot months pay on tho Orphan-it Wo could pull tho light oft Hut, tlio sergeant seems to bo ius't as funny as tho major about get ting his eanmo'.s fur mussed up m a little sot-to Bulldogs have as much righ...

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A UNIQUE ENGINEERING FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

A UNIQUE ENGINEERING FEAT. A most interesting onginooring Tout is at present being attempted in {Switz erland ut Pully-en Valais, where a hy draulio-elootrie installation is to bo driven by tho pressure of- water from Lake i^ully,' situated over 1800 feet above the Khono plain, where tlie power station will bo situated. Tho peculiar feature ol! .tho enterprise is the great | height of the supply. The attempt has I never before been made to utilise tho J fall of' 1SUU feet, and in technical eir ; cles it has been ' hitherto regarded as I impossible. But a Lausanne engineer^ I M. Boucher, has undertaken the work j with every confidence oi! success. The pressure is so great that it is impossible to allow a direct ilow, according to La Technique Moderno, which gives par ticulars of the enterprise. The water will llow to the valley by way of a con duit nearly throe miles in length. Tho pipes will be from two feet to two feet six inches in diameter, and the thickness of tho walls will bo ...

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COLLISION IN FOG. STEAMER SUNK IN NORTH SEA. ONLY FOUR OF CREW SURVIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

COLLISION; IN FOG. STEAMER SUNK IN NORTH SEA. ONLY 1TOUR OF CREW SURVIVE. liighteoii lives have boon luBt as tho result -of a recoup collision during a dense fog in tlio North Sua, iii wliicli ;r British vt'Saol, tlio North 1 Shields steamer Gardenia, was sunk. Tliu colliding btuauiLT was the London vos sol G'ormvood. Tliero woro only four survivors ol tho disaster. They woro pioked up' and landod at Yarmouth, 'i'lio Guruenia was bound from Africa to Jliddlosborough with a cargo of iron oro. At six o'clock. in tlio niuni iug a. Jog camo On, and lour hours lutor tho steamer was .stopped off Middlocross Sands. In an interview, tho captain who wus rescued, stated that ho heard a steamer approaching. Ho kopt his wliistlo blowing, but boforo anything could, bo dono tho Coruwood struck his ve.ssel ill No. 4 hold. Tho steamer at onco began to lill with wator, and in four minutes went down. The captain had ordered every man to put on a lifo-bolt, and also orddred tlio lifoboats to bo lowero...

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COWBOY IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

COWBOY IN ENGLAND. A youug follow "Tacoma Kid," f p pearod in court recently in pioturouquo cowboy attire, havhiR Loan summoned for interfering with the comfort of paa sengera ou tho London Brighton, and South Coast Railway. Mo was fur ther summoned for carrying a loaded revolver, contrary to tho by-laws of tho company. James Hill, n telephone enginoer said ou September 6, ho was travelling from tho Crystal I'alaoo Low Level station to ITorest Iiill by tho 10.JI5 train. Ho was accompanied by his wife s\jid two children. Just before tho train star ted. tho defendant came to tho door of tho compartment, with a rovolvor in his hand aud remarked, "Who Bays thero ain't no room in liero?" Ho sat down betwoon two ladies, and o?ter tho train started, procoedod to extract a cartridge from tho revolver. Ho lilao .ed this OJI a coat, but aftor a wliilo ho replaced tho cartridge. Tho train had only pono a short distance, when tho defendant got up, and temnrking "I should like to givo tho old pa...

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TOMB OF OMAR KHAYYAM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

TOMB OF OMAR KHAYYAM. i r^fessor A. V. Williams Jacks0I1 of r. olmv.bia University, in his new book just published, tells of a visit be Paul to the tomb of Omar Khay yam, near Nlshnpur, i" Persia. The Is entitled "Krom Constan tinople to the Home of Omar Khay >am and describes die Professor's' tnivels ;n Transcaucasia ami North ern I m-ia. t)miirt it ,vo,|)(, an_ pe.'», hns no!, much hi.no:ir in hi oivn country i" thesT d:1ys. Only h-ii'f a dozen would irnmvof liim, Professor Williams says, and (h,-" iU: "Doctor Khayyam," (tie snait&f: i;n<I *u:(ro homer. They might Vn,My add that lie 'Aas a philosopher and ,=a"e but none would remember him as"-i poet His very name recalls the hated baiincalip Uniar an I the Arab con quest. ; and his wine bibbing verses except when gimi a strained mvati f«! and allegorical -.uterpretaUon by thp Suns, are ta<un literally . while his freedom of tlunislit in expressing his attitude toward the One :I3tprn-.il Being .is l...

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POET AS STOWAWAY. WANTED TO GET TO LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

POET AS STOWAWAY. WANTED TO GET TO LONDON. An American poot, Hart? Kemp. was charged at Southampton recently with having been a stowaway on board tlio Oceanio. Mr C. F. Hiscock, prosecuting on behalf of tho White Star Lino, said tlio facta woro perfectly clear. Prisoner wilfully camo on board with tho object of getting out of lux own oouutry and comiiig to England. Tlio Oceanic left Now Yolk 011 Saturday, Soptembor 27, at noon, and at lialf past livo on tho samo day, Kemp 11 resouted .himself at the pur ser's oflico, and handed in tho following let-tor: "I am Harry Kemp, a very woll known poot, whoso verso appears quito often in magazines, and 1 llavo also a book published; yot, dospito all this, T fouiid niysolf ponniless in New York, and 1 wanted to got to England, where 1 could procure a London publisher. 1 walked on board your vessel, hoping that I might work my way." Whon discovered, it seemed perfectly clear, continued Mr Hiscock, that Konip mado known his intention in New Yor...

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FOREIGN SEAMEN ON BRITISH SHIPS. A DANGER TO THE NATION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

FOREIGN SEAIUIEN ON BRITISH SHIPS. A DANGER TO THE NATION", British ships arc no longer manned by Dritons. The hordes ot foreign- , crs who infest the service-Kuropeans o! overy race, Lascars-Indians anil Asiatics - Chinamen, Malays, anil others of lesser breeds-put up with conditions so rough and so hard, and in some eases so filthy,' that,not only will no dcccnt, sclf-rcspccting British seamen now accept theni, hut rc spcctablo boys from good home!--, un less driven by desperation, will not go to sea. At least 71,000 foreign seamen are employed on British merchant ships. The presence of these foreigners in our mercantile marine is a stand ing menace to the nation in the evuit. 01 a war breaking oat, No merchant ship could bo trusted by commanders of battleships. to give or convey information. Cargoes would bo imperilled "and our food supplies held lip. I'llj foreigners are holding positions that should be occupied mainly by ririlishers. In the overcrowded slate of the home labour ...

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HOSPITAL NURSE'S BOMANOE [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

HOSPITAL NURSE'S BOMANOE A protty Irish nurse, Miss Ethel Bur rows, left Belfast recently bound for Durban, whoro, on her arrival, alio is to bo murried to Mr Herbert Walton, a wealthy landowner at LadysinitU. Tho mooting of Miss Burrows and hor fnuico of a rtunantio character. A few years ago, sho was employed as fuctory lass in1 a Belfast linen firm, but having shown a tasto for nursing anil iunbulanuo work, Dr William M'Ken zio of Belfast took an interest in hor. and sho b'ocanio a probationer in a nurs ing homo. During tho last 12th of July celebra tions, Mr Walton, who was on a visit to Ireland, watohed from tho opon fii'Bt floor window of tho Grand Oontral Ho tel, Belfast, an Orangeman's proces sion. Ho was particularly interested in a banner which bore a portrait of tho' lato field marshall Sir ' Gooigo Whito. As a man carried tho flag past tho hotel Mr Walton turned to u friend and remarked: "That is tho man who saved my oountry for Eng land." Next rnomont I10 stumbled-and f...

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