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The Newly-Elected Bishop of Tasmania. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

The Newly-Elected Bishop of Tasmania. From "The Parish Suppement."l The election of the Dean of Mel bourre t "the bishopric of Tasmania malks a new departure in the history of the Australian Church, for which many churchmen are unfeignedly thankful. In the infancy of the Church it was natural that only Englishmen should be chosen to be bishops in Australia, and we owe a debt of gratitude, which we are never slow to acknowledge, to our Mother across the seas. In the course of time, men already in Australia, and some of them men who had been born in this land, were chosen to be bishops of some of the smaller sees. But now for the first time one, already in Aus tralia, has been chosen to preside over a capital city as its bishop, and, moreover, he is a native. It may be that in years to come Australia like America may relinquish the habit of importing bishops, and may do so, not habitually, but as occasion may arise. Everyone has confidence that Dean Stephen, not having to learn Austra...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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St. Paul's Day at St. Paul's Cathedral. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

St. Paul's Day at St. Paul's Cathedral. From the "Church Times." There is a school of thought in the English Church which possesses no organisation, and which seldom courts attention, though it still has not a few adherents. High Church, Low Church, Broad Church, Deep Church, we are familiar with them all, but this other school is less well known. It is best described as "the Dingy Church." Dinginess is its delight. It lives on in remote parishes, but its most con genial fastness is, or was, a Cathedral church. There, like thile cobwebs in the rafters of the roof, the bad tradi tions of the eighteenth century linger on, and drabness and dulness reign supreme. Eager Minor Canons can come and go, even Canons and Deans may change, but the dead weight of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries lies over all like a pall. To the men of the Church Revival of the last century, the Cathedrals pres'nted a hard problem: "Can these dr 1- ones live?" Essays were written on t' - ubject, eag...

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ABOLISH TELEPHONE CALL BOXES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

,A:BOLISH TELEPI'HONE CALL BOXES. SThe telephone transmitter patented biy' Mr. Zaximilian VWeil, of New York, is designed to give privacy to commiunications without the use of a special cabinet. The mouth piece fits closely around the mouth of tilhe speaker, and a speaking cham ber between this and the diaph ?ragnm h=as vacuumn jacketed walls. Tlhis cliiamber receives the spoken niessage, 'hich sets up vibration in the diaphragm in the usual way without any escape of the sounds into the room occupied by the meaker. The idea of mutual aid among ants is pronounced by Cornetz, a French entomologist, to be an il lusion. In his observations, a sin gle ant drags a load rapidly to wards the nest, but when other take hold of the object they pull in different directions, and slow pro gress is made. 1407.

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A Hanging Building. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

A Hanging Building. l'Frorn a 320-ton steel trapeze, GOft. long, to be suspend'ed: 250ft. above a New Yorkl street; the Con solidated .Gas _Companay are (says the New York correspondent of: the, Londoni "Daily Exprless) to hing: a seven-storey building. E xtraiordi nary engineering feats are cominmon in New York, but there has be6n-noj thing here- or anywhere else. in the World like this. Wlihen the - build ilng is omllpleteil it. will lie thi only :one of; its kidill in the -world. T o years ago the mnanlggers of the company thought that a 1I2-stiorey building on the site . lhelsy -pssessed would be large enough. )i- iit they were wr:og. :. Theyi fouind tha-t to meet their needs tlhe i::vwould lhi ae to buihil on botlh sides! of .the twelve stor 'iy block, anid Imild 'lighelir T'he twelve-storey buildiiing ini' lias at " )-storicy block .., ei ther side f it, .and the comlliay ilecillh)di loi add Sseve i'new floors to tlie ceii?rei Iiiild Slig, so us to level. it C up t :the flanki...

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The Sense of Smell. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

The Sense of Smell. What a mervellously delicate ma. chinery is set: in motion when we smell the fragrance' of- a rose Simple as that pleasurable: sensiation seems to us, it involves thel activ- ity of agencies and- forcesi tlihat- thl imagination ca.n scarcel giraspi;iiii has been shown 'that li the minute" cells at the ends of tle olfactory I nerves 'in the i nose -bea? the li'ist'l delicate little hairs, amiid it ,'is 'lbe lieved that these Ihair:sr 'rc the ac tive agents in producinitithe sense. of smell. . Yet wheni we come to iiliquirei in. to the manner: of operiatioi??- ofi -thlse cells and hairs, we "fid -thlfii it- is even more wonderful? thii; tht;e eli-. cacy of. the imechanisii itselfi-':" I.t has beeii suggested tliat at least ione special cell andi tie. iierve fibre connecting: it wuith the brainii ma he affected by ea ch dlifferent' seiiell-,i producing substaiice.: lit it ivotild he a: sonewhaliat serioiis; stretch oi of iiiigiiiatioii to ssuppose thai; for icach -n...

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Mystery of the Dingo. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

Mystery of the Dingo. itAlhough the hi'h-ti i authoriries a.ree in stut ing that- the dingo was at soit ile riniott pderiotd introduced .iitii. Autili,, and thti it subse tettly: reverte! ato ii dii state ,+ke the t'wild borses o0. the Andes tlhere nre still tItoste who .egard *t .1is- d(10 ins owi oi the original !i .t if s ,h otg a which otti tlotiestic logs tire i, etitted; - ai n casen the treed I is tne lot very greait *tan est nit--c to -ill titig lote ci I lie t e.etl ri Iglea, ? s to the ori " it, tte dttgs w" l knd?"so well giv -ii rii o sti 17th tdls-itities ,'-f'l n.4 t h ( '+ilV ity u ilnial" thtit eqn h Ie -ilecribeil: -its i ttssib it -forel-ear is stiare aof t tt t ilr *e ig titeltion titd it -is ot+ tiO l )?"? '~ risin ,, :? lialth:tle-? 'di ngo ; in t th- l t en t . Itti+ tl? intilt ei closel ittitit l. i ig i uiitti otiued 8"to ne0 11w6"fi~~e t:ens In'st; ifi these ldogs ever tirohiuht to liii.n*g eitlttisiastic- sut.ol t tiei , h - i~gsh ?fastiff, it lie seietld o...

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A Runaway Monoplane. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

A Runaway Monoplane. ,Th ere is a humorous side to life at a flying school. Very quaint and funny things happen sometimes. One of the mnost amusing incidents occurred one afternoon in coninec tion with the first free flight made by a pupil. who was using a Ble iiot mloioplane. He was approach ing t-:ihe shells, having aliglhted:.nfter a flight ,and illttenliptlt to judip out of his inachii -nid .steillyd it" in its :un: forward by holtdinig its tail. :hlis is sometimnes loile by expert .iiirmenwhen /hathey see they havel overshot the mIark -xitltll e in Inld i.ig apd: are iti dailger of collidiiig :with somie obstruction. UInfortu-. nattely~ however: as this ipupil scrlam bled oult :of hlis seat: and jumpled t" tle gi grouild, his - sleeve touched 1 the sivitchl cotilrolling: the engine; .'re Sioisly lid. had sloweldldown h is en gine. until it was :only just revolv f iig but . nliion , b thus ccitlcheiitall". oulchiingi the switch: he sluddenly ac eleraited it. -The result was that...

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King of Buganda in London. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

King of Buganda in London. Daudi Chwa, King (or Kabaka) of iluganda (which forms part of Uganda, in Central Africa), has been. visiting London for the first i Line,. and, with his chiefs, has taken great interest in the "sights" of ithe M:'etropolis. The name Daudi is.: not .pronounced "Dawdi," but iilore like "Dowdy," or more correct -,'b 1i1syllables,_ Da-u-di, the vowels iiijig litaiian in force. The name is:sinipi;' tl'e liuganda version of li- d. T-U-audi-is seventeei years ol age?i: d.:ainotio er. year remains' be fore i beco'me ii iii . iiie: eyes of the Iitishl' Govcrn iienit-; of iage, * and taikes -oeri iui:l r- espoisibility oicictIdl- i'tlit-e kiiigslip of B Dul giinda ilRac of i tlicre Regents vio iat ii reselit goi era in iis- naie.,: iii appira ice ie :is tall: hiis age. I I iaeis l?had tlii beiiTit of a carefui Itriiing'.- at.i thli aiids of an -English tutor aippointed ,by theo overnment. 'hIis' liiboledge 'f English is remark ably. good. ;M.itost inatives find our ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

-?RASER and MORPHET for Good Printing. EDWARD J 1 SUR 120 GIFT TO ALL MARRIED 4 business may have REPUTATION without much WOMEN CHARACTER, or it may have character without still in force much reputation. Character is what we are; re putation is what we are THOUGHT to be. Any bus ? mness which Is Intended to be a perpetual institu tion, as this one Is, MUST HAVE BOTH. Every son of Adam, prince or plough boy, genius or dunce, is cast in the same image, and moulded in the same clay; yet every man differs from his fellow. Every good tailor uses the same sort of fabrics, linings, trimmings and buttons; yet every tailor's tailoring differs from another's. You can n: more fatho;o the riddle of the human mind than you can plumb the depth of the ocean. A EDWARD LOVE & Co.s SUIT DIFFERS FROM EVERY OTHER -good style without freakishness - good material without ostentation -good fit without exaggeration. These are the things to look for In a EDWARD LOVE & CO'S SUIT. Space will n...

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Operations on Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

Operations on Trees.: - 4-- ----- ··· SThere is hardly ia wood of Iiny' size which does' not, hanv SC 'vR.ial of its trees. mere shells 'of.r liit;, the heart of the trunk lhasvinlg ielet eaten away. by the slUretl o-f d-ry rot. Outwardly 'tlihey lie' io i.ie perfectly- sound, but- soonrl or e lter a higher, .ind thian. u'suatl ill bring tlien .crishling down; perhl ps Cn da igeringt huimanai l-ife,- ttnid. aliniost certuinily .seriduflily3 d-agigin :the sound trees by vhichithei are st sr rounded. -.Nosi ioweoveri;;: :.nethod has bleeniildiscovered of pr1veiitiiig. tlhe. Sspreadll: f the dry rot fuingi, .oind. by it i ll:affected tree ihmay i e-e ien dered ' once: more. sound and hicaltlly.j The- -'procedure is' alniost e:: e ctl3. simrilar' to- that followeld Iy d-en : ists: in .the.- case of a'. decaying tooth. : : irst the decayed wxood is. cire Sfully- :removed, and: the resulting" cavity-' enitirely cleared "of) . all" for eign substances. Thle holes 'iihichii have to be gouge...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

Obituary. We regret to have to record the leath of Mr John E, Hutchinson, of Fairbairn road, Tcorak, curator at Brookville, one of the Prahran muni liDal gardens. Mr Hutchinson recently tcok seriously ill owing to suffering from an internal complaint. He was removed to the Alfred Hos pital, in which institution he died on Monday last, at the age of 49 years. He leaves a widow and.two sons. Deceased had been in the employ of" the Prahran council between six and seven years, and was well up in various branches of gardening work. At the council meeting on Monday evening it was decided to forward a fetter of condolence to the widow and family. The interment took place in the Brighton cemetery on Wed nesday, the funeral being attended by Mr Gilchrist, city surveyor, and other council employes. All over the Anglican Communion in Holy Week, and especially on Good Friday, there are congregations which remember the Church of England in the Holy Places to which all Christian eyes turn at this...

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Toes that Grow too Fast. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

Toes that Grow too Fast. ., . parLnership of 19 years' stand. ing 'will be dissolved if the sur geoisof I the Poiyclinic Hospital, l'hil?dIphih, compl,; with the re qilcst of :Elme. March, and ampu tate lioth.jis little toes. March limli)ed: ifito the lodeal accident ward recetly:. and .compalained that .tlhe i!ieiFie!s .in. i question exhibit a ten Ienicy.to grow - around the othier toes iike ive,.: arouid' an oak. They hahie been subject to this:wnilerheiust sine Mirch's bii th: but only iccent 1,, :he saiid, hliae thej' caused piuiiii Oni? liigihf MarcIh bou;h'it- c paii f-i niew 'sloes,, ' Ut t :wlien lie iatte'iiptd t' tit theiiioii his quere toes in it so nhi cythat lie deternlmined toiridt . iiiseli'o- thieni i f.i good iid .;I. a t ?, irgeoa!- ear that thleir ?li 'ormi .:?row th is due to - iire oiie disease anid the toes may S.ii-0t~:G-mg'iin ecii after the opeiria tiio;i is been l;ierfoimTed Te stisange' illhic ti?i aims inhritier l t by Marci ilhist-raindfhthde .h lithe :...

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New Chinese Stamps. EMBLEMS OF AGRICULTURE, TRADE, AND LEARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

New Chinese Stamps. ]:[lBLEaS OF- AGRICTULTUICE, TRADE, AND.LEARTINTG. The -new Chinese a e;lpeublican stamps: have ..just been issui;d, the various: denominations being: in th~reec different -:designs, representing: com merce, agriculture, and; learning.- Commerce. is represented by :-the junk design, which shows a tS;pical. chinese junk? in the centre with sails fully' set, wh`ile in tie backgrounid can be seen a moderni railh ay trainV passing over th~e great railway bridge across the Yellow Iliver on the Tien tsin-Pukow Railw\ay. 'T:his design is used for: the , 1, 2,:3, 4, -5, 6, 7, 8,- and 10 cent.- values. Agriculture is indicated by the reaper design--a reaper bending to his. work in:a -field:of: ripe- coii,. above. which is - a- sinill, piture· of the Temple _o lHeaven in Perkiig, the pillar on .each .side ofr thce?stai li being --sopported b~ it full ear of wheat. This is usedi foritle 5.: -1l, 20. :1, :and 50 celt valiues.. Learning is represented by thie archi tlcesign, ...

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SOUTH YARRA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

SOUTH YARRA RIFLE CLUB. For'tlie Secodld time,- tlie: ,neibers of the alove club visited : the :very ii: Ste esting distriict of Tho,;rnlton, li, hicl; is sitisied ?oie :six :i seven miies ouit iroit aexanidra, o -the Gouilbiiin River. Th Rbicon Hotel whfere we sti ed be abou to hde varde ioit The party in charge :-':Thur ?sday? ?:eveni ng :b)-.. th e:- train ":that shouid iavetleft Spencer stieet at 656 pn ii but eventiially moved4 f about 4& mints-aerta that tho se xvlso decide to traivel the'whsole o0f the railwa v-ourie- landiihgf at Alexandra ait :about 12 30 a iiithal-f -of he. team ie a'ving d ided that they ou?, ? ?ld spend the nigh iii Xea,- i conse queceof it bein solt The treasurer, these oe tokcsaier ofthe advance ni iid a nd g.ot us 'fixed up: splendiddly, and next morning wa decided tha as .'f;~;~i'[~ l;u';" bxid:`:;iihtii :?i?b't;?? : i~ihr i?e c ould gon.':iiiiothing by remaii ng in Alexandra -until the others arrived -in lte a:fte?inooi we wsould drive out t...

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TIGERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

TIGERLAND. ~-4-- In Tigerland, Mr. C. E;. Goulds burg describes the wild beasts of the jungle fronm experience gained in many' hunting expeditions. For the rhinoceros he entertains inuch respect. lie says :--]In weight anid bulk almost equal to an elephant, its short, stumpy legs give it a stability not possessed by the lat ter, and the shortiness of its legs in no way interferes with its speed, which, when charging, is tremen dous. Its charge is practicnally ir reaistillc--cases, indeed, bIeing known of elephants, caught broadside on, being knocked completely over. The injuries, too, which it can inflict with its sharp-pointed, power ful. horn, sometimes a foot in lengtlh, and its strong teeth,sharp It- the-edge as a razor, makes the animal a ..most dangerous foe. H1ence- it is little wontder that--with. Svery rare exceptions-the staunchest elephant cannot le induced to face a "rhino," much less stand andwait Sits charge. Under these circum stances, to shoot a charing '"rhino," Sis...

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Breathing by Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

Breathing by Machinery. If you cannot: go to the aamountain, to new de'ice;anakes it. possible, or 0ou to bring the muntain i air; ef ect?s to vyou liome (says 'Popiir Science hittings"). Fol be it re ,nesiaiered that at is not the qaaaality taf aii at 3000ft ,say, that lci e lats people with lunigtrouibl bait the api, ati-ty the rareaaess of the at aiosaheae.reii?iingistrenuious effort oaa the part .ftl?eaaaiigs ta keep the Systeiai.sa.aaiiea :an ad the exercisc involved sta- engtiheaitig theaa jast.ais -laioeia maukes. ior baig biicelps '.'he l'ie.t n?.lt qucstioiai consists csen-l Liall,? o t?a6o puts a: closed ieser .oii' .throughi which thn iindividual i breatheau.iahaliag. against the weight of four to si iiciches of watna ;ci--d ii vacuum. oi-or suctioii eqaiai ilent to "0 to 24 inches .of i-erury, into a liich .theaiidilidiaill eskhailes - nlicti iinask i.o- lattiig o:vi thec aiase adad aiouth ouiaanecta.t by ri'ub e.lr tubes with the vacduium aaid the. w-ate,. nt.i?at one h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

Fraser "& Morphet for Good Printing. GLOBE DYE WORKS. SSave the Cost of Winter' Outfits by DRY CLEANING or DYEING the Dark Shades now Fashionable. I Ladies' Costumes Cleaned from ... ... 5/ THE GLOBE Ladies' costume Dyed from ... ... 5/6 Ladies' Blouses Cleaned from ... ... 1/3 Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned from ... ... 4/ Gentlemen's Suits Dyed from ... ... 5/6 Gloves Oleaned Odorless 3d pr Lace Curtains and other Furnishings Cleaned and Dyed, FURS REMODELLED Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and Dyed all the New and Fashionable Shades. RECEIVING OFFICES: 27 CHAPEL STREET, near Windsor Station; 156 GREVILLE STREET, near Town Hall; TOORAK ROAD, two doors South Yarra Station; OLENFERRIE R.D, Malvern. High St, WINDSOR, I door from Chapel St. TEL. 1706 WINSDOt. Works-4o, 42, 44 Eills St., S. Yarra, oflChapel St. Phone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW AND MOULDING MILLS, DUKE STREET, WINDSOR, Opp, FALLON'S, Drapers, Chapel Street. Win. Marsh & Sons BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS. LIME. MANTELPIECES S...

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The Sweep of Science. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

:.!The Sweep of Science: (I- lt :LCI+ :%++ LARiCIN wEi Ll i, ow though the ver ::? :.. L+: -=. +- . • .. .. -. C . ... .. [ortils .f infiiniit', the inmposilig 'inirh i llife 'si unlto ''is lim:pi eives ,,i , i, i-iiisb in"'' ' i'? dei ri' iit is i~i ,wnti i: Ii' i'iiipsc :o i? elisn lion ii' lih is po 'r Recent e'tromne neLuiiyl i'yl -efinled n reseaichi in tnea urstue~l?nt .'w'eigh:liing,-:i I " :d Ecoipu tifing hls' ililia nsis ital pr evious iittlin ri l .?. -.:... -- ·..r . : :-:. ". · : +;;°+: .. :. ::...X - .:i, tChis auto 3eoiii.e itii'i- is: hoped, will hi gi.dn ioi ,hatUo eloio-i-s, re sicr h .ili tr.iidtl del ?ers -:e ,Ioiil 'i" ,hi tiisli iistomtiniig tihd s-erg biill viik' niiii battlemiensts ioi N itie. " 's ii- I"the lil - of 015'hish lii tli: io li i nn .-e i,' de be?iore; :ismi.iso ,-iim' estiiitiisis " siipassmfig in mi ,-ru sdepih ]jrl;?cisioni thefwork of dll pihst eiiti riL-s ,i ithl iisti humelits o6f snlio e'cre .ive IleliLincl that aill pi ,Ldi ig ?ilii 'itii...

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New Marvel of Photography. CAMERA PICTURES SOUNDS AND PRINTS PRODUCE THEM. MACHINE READS THE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

•New Marvel of Photo graphy. CAMIERA PICTURES SOUNDS AND SPRINTS PRODUCE THEM. :'M. ACHINE READS THE NEWS. All that the phonograph and cine n-i and electrophone have given us miy, be left behind among things of f'the bone-shaker" period if the promise made by Mr. T. H. .Wil lihams? an electrical engineer, be ful filled. Driefly Mr. Williamus has di.covered liow to photograplh soiinds, iahd how -to take any number.- ofpriitfS?froi his- negatives, and;, lastly, how to get the-photographed souids repro duced to our earsagain.-:: :: SE'irstl thli 'pictures of scenies aiid o0 the :sounds that accomnlpainy- them are ' taken: : by ail :inistrument to nwhichr :Mr. Willihms- ha: s given: tlhe ianiie: of p-:'hotophonic cinemnato -.Ihiae priiits are.tleen raissed throUighl inothe"r iti t ument,; Which has- re cei-eI thie ?aie :,;'electric ~';neniiitic iudopho.'-'c This instriimenti re prodiuces the souids whiich hae beepihiotographled ns loudl"and as distinctly as the iigiinals'hi. -Speech is ...

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The Right Way to Begin the Day. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

The Right Way to Begin the Day. "----+-- (TBy A. L. WOOl", 1.I).)D." Thliere is a right Wayi and. a wrong way to begin :-.the d:la-:. and the mehllod y?ou cl?oose?:niis-. ha-e a de itcided effect upol thl su:ccess :or iniilure :3ou ssill aichiese" d-ri-ig your wriking hours. 'Try to :lan s oui .ictisities: as far as 0ou can the iight i:n?ly-ore. :Five ni-nut'e. of "cal l- look i'i? aliead in thei early evenin( '? ssili go. a -long wh \; .t oii ards . lesseninig thiie burdeii, of the 11101rross Tllis done: take.i a bath, not too sl smi nor10atoo told. anii he careful not:to: rein?i-t in the ssater: This iii "htls hh, folioss ed ls eight hiurs --sleep. n inh: -- well-s entilate rooll-, s ti: ,e best-: preiiruition one ccin hise Io? a s-ucceissf il day. When, 'oui iilairn cloc~k 'nrouses 'on0o elte-tr still the inoriiing sun-i dont jilili. ciiit of bed 11nl riush into s oi:"clotids. as- ii. tohe ?ouse cre:: afire. H-iurrs' ;illn. the early iiorii iig int i feres writ i si"r liesi t act...

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