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A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

A 1WOMIAN FRO1i A='USTRIA.. Near thid vilaIge f( Zillingdorf, in Lower Austria, liveeS Mallia Huss, an iutelligentail iindustrious woman, whose story of phlysical sufferiog cnd fial re lief, as related by heriself, is of interest to oEnglish women-. '"I was eiuployed," she say, s in theo work of a large farm house. Overwrk brought on sick head ache, followed by a deathly fainting and silkness of the 6stoiach, until I was unable to retaini either food or drink. I wsa conipelled' to takeo. to illy bull for. seuveral weeks.' :''.Ctt>t~i4pli--ir-i~ from-rest anild queat,I soulght to do soilna work, but was sooii taken with a pain iii nly side, which in a little while seemed to spriead 'over my whole body, snaii throhtbed in my every limb Tlhis was+. fricilds told in that iiy tiue had nearly. come. rid that I could , not liive longer than when the trees put on theirgreen once more. Then I hlppenuie to get olio of tihe Seigel pamplhlets. -I read its and my dear imotlher bought me a bot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

TUST PUBLJSHED (NEW EDITION) e Prie One 8hllitag (poeat, twopecae extra) in any stamps. DR. LA MERT'S Work on "The Physea. logy of Marriage" describes how the peras a! manhood are lost or euspendred, how they can be re-invigorated and maintained unsu an advanced period of life, and I. intended to enlightan thousands on most important mobjemo, in regard to which they l~n iy lgnorant. It also contains many valunjb hints and instroctions (derived from a long and osuccesful practice) for the treatment of the varionus disorders arIsng from hot cllmates, sedentary habits, r the fbllies and indiscretions of early lifea. Where a secret Infirmity exate, involving not only the happinunsa of one life, hbut ale that of others, reason and morality dictate the necesasity of its remorval, for it is a positive faoot that premature decline of the rigour of manhood, matrimonial unhapplnes, oompnlcory single life, local and phyeala debility, etc., have their sonrce in a oaxi ArO TrabnL oUAan, the germ...

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DROWNED IN THE MUD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

DROWNI D IN TI1E MUD. A man named James Wylie was found on 'Tuesday night, Idtwvcen 8 andl 9 o'clock, by a nau icuned Denchly, lying in a pool of inul in Mitclhll-street, Nortlcot, leading to the New North cote Brick Company's premises. 'lThe ldeceased wnas the proprietor of twto houaea in this Inctality, but wits known to be of very penurious habits. One ahilling and thlreepence wes found on the body, also a letter addireusedl to himself, and thu keys of his hounse. On arriving at the house it wais found to be empty, with only a stretcher for the owner to lie oni, a case for a table, and kerosene tiis to sit on. 'lThe cooking utensils consisted of a fryingpain uud a saucepan, with the remains of a keroscene tin for it candle stick. The boldy was conveyedl to the residence of Dr. Cird, nhi pronounced i" deal, and thence to the Pr'eacockTinn, where an inqucest was hleld by the coro iner for the dlistrict. It is reported that the deeeased was a well-to-do contractor, andl had coutrets...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

MHItlANICS INSTITUTE:` Teii ordinary mionthly neeting of the Comumittee was hid iti a the hall onil Friday.evening, let *fdly, instevl of the 24tlh June, the generaF iight of meeting. Present-Messrs. WYillianis (president), Ilonney, Chamnbers. I rin;: Simith, Grover, Halkyard, dazehisy Manning, iiild the Secretary. 'The nimintes were read andl cinfirmied. The progress report of the Olerk of 'Works was read and adopted. COnnRRERPO'DECn . Frnm the Premier re the ldoniation of ,£20 for Building Fundandid proinisiing to siiist in proc-ring more.` ;.: From ,denies Shackell M .L.A., re special :grant to Free Library, and prnmised to asist the lihbrary when grants for oiiensuing filanciailI year were distributed. A hearty rote of thanks was aecordud *to Mlessri. Gillies and SIhickell, on the motion of -Messrs. Baieley, and Irwin. From Chief. Sceretary Departmenit, stating that £25 15se Id on acinunt in favour of hook grant, 1886-7 had ibeen passed for payment at iushlworth pay olice. Recei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

Sotices. - , DVANCE os WOOL, GRAIN, &c&, STOCK, BTATION PRO 'DUCE of all kinds. :New 'Zealand Loan and :M1ercantile Agency Company (Limited.) CAPITAL .... ... 3,500,000 RESER'hEFUND r... ?£2r,000 Make Liberarl Cslsh'Advancese ott Station Secarities,?=. Ensuing Clips of 'Wool, Grain, &.c S-FOR SA LE in MELBOURNE, Or SIIHIPMENT to LONDON. Auctioi Sales aof Wool held regularly thbaobnghiout the snsim. Auction SalesR_. of Tallow, Hiies, She-epkiun, Leather, &r., tisee times a week tlhrouglriut the year. .Auction Sales orf Grain, Flour, &c., boheld every' W dnesday ' ' j DAVID ELDER,-tanagcr. I. TOUNGHUSBDAND, .V l aind Prodnce-Manager. Melbourne Wool and GrainjWarehouses, Collinal-streetVW stI. Pianos Pianos. Organs. Organs V. :t FURLONG .84 Siranaton-street, (Four doors fron Bourlkec-street.) Phianos by 'Rfnisch? Slid&dinisy, Lipp, Auhler, Bord, Schrolr, Wilmer, &c. Agent for tlhi celebrated lMignon pianos C; Clough nid Warren Org...

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NORTH-EASTERN AND GOLBURN VALLEY PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY, 2ND JULY, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

.NORT1[ EASTERN'AND GOLBURN VAL.kLEY PASTOAL' AND1 AG1tI CUL'UtIAL =ASSOCIATION. culmillikravisoquato . SATUiiibAY03, D June, 1887. . The usual ncetiig of the cdinmmittee was held i' theo eclianiice' s hall on haturday,' 2nd_ instanst. Present= Messrs Cross (President), Drum, Menzies, Pagan, Bradyl, J. D. Love, 'O'Reilly, Brny, Wilson. Moncrieff, M'Leorl, M'Cleery, Rankirn, Barron, M'Donald, Williams, Hogan, Archi bald, O'Callaghan, and the secretary. The minutes, etc., wero read and confirmed. OoRnESPONDENCE. Frbin Donald Pastoral Society, stating 'that'thbir show wonld be held on 81st August aid l1st September. F'roni J. Borthwick, asking the com 'mnittee to forward a certificate in lieu 'of dioine prizee. Frdm Messrs. Teagne & Co., for warding tiro guineas as special prize for the fofthconing bshow. From Pearson, howe, Snmith '& Co, two guineas for a like piitpose; and two guineas also fromn:Mr Bray for'the same purpose. From'Alfred N. Thomas, calling at tention t...

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AFTER MANY YEARS "Whittle-le-W[?]ls, near Chorley. "December 26th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

AFTER MAST YEARS. " Wlhittle-lc-We. ala, near Chorley. " December 20th, 1883. Dear Sir,-Motlher Seigel's medicine sells exceding well, with us, all that try it speak highly in its favour. We had a case of a young lady that had been troubled many years with pains after eating. She tells us that the pains were entirely taken away after a few doses of your medicino.-Yours truly, "E. Peel."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

For Sale. For Sale. P URE Purple `Strav, SEED WHEAT, free from any i ixrture, may be bad by applying to.. LEWIS BYRNE, Baldwinsville. Notices. . MR S. DUFF,-Y; Fashionable Dressmaker; etc. In the Premises lately occupied ' by ,,Mn. R.. . BOYD. '.All Orders punctually attended to. . ' E S T BR 0O S. OUUr.nrnR VALLEY NURSERY, * MOORO.OPNA,.:. Have a splendid lot of FRUIT TREES FOR SALE at 1Is. lier dozen. Oranges and Lemons" 18s. per dozen, £6 10s. "per 100, £55 per 1000. Vines,. well rented, wine va =rieties, £7 per 1000. or £1 per 100. . Cuttings ditto,15s. per 100O.: Choice table, raisins, (Gordo CBlenco). and currant -varieties, £10 per 1000, £1 O s. per. 100, 4s. per dozen. Cuttings ditto, SOs. per 1000. Shade and Shelter Trees, 7s. Odl.' per dozen, £2 10s. per -100. 15-Send for:,our priced Catalogue -which contains useful hints on the selection and planting of Oraniges, Vines, rand Orthard'fruits.. Messrs Knight Bros., SEEDSIEN, NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS, S S.ANDHUR S T. H ...

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FATAL DROWNING ACCIDENT AT TUNGAMAH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

FATAL DROWNING ACCI- DENT AT TUNGAMAH. A sad fatality occurred here on Sun- day evening last, Mr. Michael Kerr, the landlord of the Farmers' Arms Hotel, in company, with his sister Miss Mar- garnet Kerr, was returning from Cashel. At about 7 o'clock p.m. they had reached the crossing at the Boosey Creek, close to the town, the stream being flooded to a height never known here before. At about that time those residing close to the crossing heard cries for help, but as some youngsters had been raising false alarms through the evening no notice was at first taken of them. The cries, however, continuing, several persons rushed to the spot, and saw a buggy and pair of horses in the middle of the stream. Both horses were ultimately drowned. About three chains lower down the body of Miss Kerr was found floating with the stream, while her brother was discovered in a kneeling posture, and unconscious, in shallow   water, having evidently endeavoured to save his sister until he w...

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Exhibitions in London and in Paris. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

Iblittoaes a Leadn. amd in Partis The " Journal des Dbate" publishh the following figareo with reeard to the ezbibi stone whibh hare been held in that city minoe she cloee of the past oenlry. The Grit 11 were national exhibitions, and they corn. menced in 1798, when tShre were only 110 ezhibitione. The 10 othere were held as nnder:-1801. 210 exhibitors; 1802. 540; 18i6. 1.422; i1819, 1662; 1823, 1.648 ; 1827, 18 11834,1 447? 18891 . Se81; 1844. 4 17 t 1849, .16 ' inoe Shel the three exhibitions held in 'Paris haveh been inernesienal, and that of 1815 attraot.d 3?,4 exhiblito., of wbeo 13848 wer r Frenbh The nuR ber if exhibitors In 167 wae 80,11a, while in'tle there were 08,8000 exhbhlore and 11.000.001 visitore. At the Universal nhhiltion hexld in London in 1861 there were 18917eblbi toe, of whom ahost 1,800 were Frennh. while'lu 1862 the total had riten to 28.66. The chlldren of AhM blaekoeetAfrlcas ari born whillth. In a monthlhey beeome pale yellow, in a year brown, at four dirt...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. Idreamt a dream that was not all a dream. CHAPTER V.—THE DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

THE `OLDEN HO E. A BOM&N CE OFTHE DEEP. : ftdreamt a drnam teht w tc t adrl a da?h.d ý'BvW. CLACK RuMELt, . . recr, 'A •aiit 5r weethisnie, at0. ,n . i + CicAron V.-Tne DawAit. Fnortecne reached ,Vs Ine.on the following afternoon, t.They had to noach -it in thn.e dpry :, an, leavin .Deal esaly in the mnml'neu he did not arrive at his honde tll- five in th ialternoon.. He lodged in, t little hnne near the church. ..nie roomi werteso s mu tethrt he could never,,: without inconvenieree. entertain more. then ine friend et a time to smoke a pipe with hlim of. an evening. .In one corner stood a tahle, onvered 'with then. logicalt works; a fiddle lay nn the anot; the engravinvae on the well were rnarvl, and. a looking-alas. about a hundred yeaes: old emb.llished the mantelebelf. ý Many porsons might have wondered that he nould put up with,eucb ,little loigl?rne, but the fact wea there. was none'bester 'to be 'had. Tl'n Vienrage.was- the only house with fairly.; suzed rooms within a...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER III.—DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

a',': CIArrai III.-DAromoa. ' ay : .Bl.rled conented to folfil the en. mesas which her son had made for her, bt Sbe owned that her dear Adrian had been mamewbeat proecipitte. ,, •o ?alt two sys gmilnta enrma raitber too ollr' dhe addd, ' and tf we find by mnd-bye Its Colonel Deveritll ba degenerated.' and ght the a irls are not nies, It will be dtflealt endraw baeek To eo to themitwlee in a week Elpliee uuch an ardoor of friendenip. Adrian bloushed. 1 thnlok you will lite them,' he said, with etroobled air. Yo'a have told me no little abent them ifter hbeing with them so' long. What did they talk about nil the time?' a The placeewibers they had lived; moetly. 'xoT see we had no common friends to pull r piecem. MrM. Baddeley seemed horrified whben I told .her what a limited amoent of ~lalety the is likely to gel in this part of the ?try.' bhen abe in evidently fond of pleeasre.' :I- m a'm frad ehe ia. Howeverber, he hand sl .epted home nextmonth, and no doubt Im will keep her in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

A pnrplrxzg dflmuriy ov.,oum.. DUTMTONL8 8*XMOaA Is hih ba apprleumntdlaedbn. Lf cblldn*, ad Is Iarn most raedlbr by aham. Is will aut. billauw Levr end all lbs a.lmen.lultwblon obl.drem a6 subjlct. Pa, utomaub and thread woarl~ .35 medlol. a Ibi& plosasi lae~l4&bo., Adk Ler. DUN; *Zuirao lLYOaA. ..0 all cbe.nleuta at .. aed 1do par GotSLe - [ , -J 11 Having an ran, a* e caairn a .. ;Ur r'Ondia Blam of LIquetIee.jl amacd.. I may dul l 0 II.. my tcatimoe 'a 1va weadeafal sfflo.cy for toa, ObaSd o id.. Witi she Umm of L quorlecla Iha h.cc meuo. olfus I..r tho e.fact a. acid a cough. ,or cn up t chhldren IA moer knew ht.cI." J. 0. M·ed,' .Bcdh flarhtoe. DON$ ,aWaOoD hDI .L Sltf ot LiQ' 07iOQE.,..&... .md L.. dd. ya. halha. Ut ail 6hll.-W tl. pREMIER EIZGLDINO ,A.SO0IAfo3L 071102: Id 00LUA4 a SMIENj EAST. Sobmoolbed apIIol - Learn Pid up and muaued osplli - ITS na 'Ion oo.I.iton loa pali li, .han boljene l atou. mer COnom toe .he past 1lye.' INTERMT 4Lr.OwED i. D...

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LADIES' COLUMN ABOUT ENTERTAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

LADIES' CO[.UM N ABOUT ENTERTAINING. An English woman, viewed ua house mistress and houremother, has been said to be a model to the universe. But there is on. art, in which her greatest admirers will admit she is inferior to her French sister. This is what was once known in France as "'art de tenir salon," or the art of enter taining. Now this ars is a most valuable one, and to no one more so than to the housemother, did she but know it. Let as say that yeo have three or four sons and daughters at home, the girls either at school or on the verge of coming out, the buys at ofBie or. desk all day. To entertain frequently would be utterly beyond your means, so what are you to do? Manage to keep up with your neighbouts at all risks, trusting to the girls marrying well, the boys getting good appoin'ments to recoup yourself later when the game stops. Or, give tie matter op as a bad job, let the youogsters forage for themselves as best they can, sod sia down comfortably by your fireside, d...

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Marriage of Sir Hercules Robinson's Daughter. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

lMaiege of Sir eeagoles RoZelaora Daughter. The wedding of Captain Charles Dawkins, King's Light Infantry, A.D C. to his Ez csllenocy the Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, and formerly governor of New South Wales, and M'se Nered.h Leeta Robinson,' his Ezcellenoye-youegeet--daeghterr- took place at Rt. 'eoog'se Cathedral, Capetown. on' the 61th ail. The bride arrived 'at 3 o'clock, and was conducted by her father, Sir Hercules Robluson,;,o the chanoel-steps, where the bridegroom and his beet man, Mr. Francis Newton, were waiting. The service was fully ohoral. The Bight Rev. the Bishop of Cape Town performed the ceremony, assisted by the Ven. Aobhde?oon Lghtfoot.. The. approach .to the cathedral wa lined by.. a detachment of the Royal Soots. and a detachment of .the Ronal Artillery lined the steps and vestibule up to the western door. The interior of the cathedral wee beautifully de corated with white fowere and rare feros and palms. The bride wore a gown of whie taIlle,'with a tabli...

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The Electro-Oateorome. (HEALTH.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

The Zlectro.Oateorome. (aursEa.) The iuvention of a fundamentally eir instreiment of precision has oftin been fco?d to renult in opening up an entirely new delI of knowledge, or of ioereai-ug greatly tli. range of knowledge within the branch' 1 cieunce to which it applies. We therefore watob with speolal interest the introduetioz of any new surgioal inetrument or ap plianoe which will Send to reduce human suffering or lead to improved methods nt operative surgery. We acknowledge a debt of grasitude to Dr. MUlton Joslabh Robeits, of New York City, f.. having invented a new surgical instrumeon which he ucalls the "electro.osteootme," with which he can make aress, obifque, and linear sections of bone with exceeding ease and astonishing rapidity, while a msthematis-a preciluon can be maintained as td the' aouuracy of the out, both io regard to directiou and extent. Tate, fur instance, noh a deformity as knock-knees, due to " curvature of the bones; to remedy whibch' to sihe usual way, r...

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AN INVENTOR'S VISIT TO THE TZAR. MR. MAXIM'S ACCOUNT OF HIS VISIT TO GATSCHINA. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

AN INVENTOR'S VLtIL TO THE -TZAB: MWl MAXIM'S ACCOUN? OrF Is VISIT TO GxTSCHINA. (PUtL MOL.,oaZMrrL.) Mr. Hiram Maxim, tne weit.known is. venter, whose automatlo machine gnu is one of the moat remark~hle weapons ever in. vented by man,, hae jsat returned from a viait to Ruests, where he has had !tie privilege of beinog received in person~l snil. ence by the z.ar. Mr. Maxim took his gun 'over with him, in order to convince the . R in auo orhritles that ist was reaUy, what it professed to be--namely, an automatio gun which when once set going would go on for ever-a feet which no one ever appreciltes until he seee the gun aotually at work. When he got to St Petersburg he found mrny mosn intelligent of•cers woo nad read desorip:ions of the gun, and even seen it in egraviang., who could oot rid their head, of the idea that some manual labhnr was required- to fire i ; and bets were excharged in hi. presence as to the impossiblity of keeping up a fire at even half the rate which it II able...

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MYSTERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

MYS1ER[OUS. "I fart en rail that I oan oee I" r rcatmenl N?;ao'en, and his toi p.',overi t he ti,' olf. ii phintrobhy. He e';?tld :fsae' -: g'r in evary f irm; but the ennik.i emit r StVatrlen waee an unaeen foe, nreatrh than the tirmiei nritt him. trnple. We fear the s-even; w'a, a,-ed t-:he neknown; we sthrink fr-m thai .binhti.c:eeee? the pwaer to harm,: that wbiaotie' flathl' ti break at ne mrnment. A vn'o?r?nis p'Da. tne-qu; t-ut men do not hild thrir bramr ope' tol eold.. , eIn the nistcotf so mnon' try'rery:,ad cs mar y unaI e n danem,, we raturally feelt alnee: Sawe. .r W-. wond-er If voce too nrte calumitti n-ay nat be jot beneath the icefaoo' t whet i spaurently bright and erenea. Wie wl"ier it c' me maill portiona of tih', hucian mteahir err -hobld g-t out of order whet the reanlt'woui' be, and we ferardilsaer from powere w eca?ent iomprehead. It is natural we ahoutl do' so It I' rea-nmable we a houlil wonder what boome of uc ii the deli. cate mechbns?an of the brain sbou...

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Ancient Emankment-of the Thame ([?] HOUR.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

Audent XsMaeakmeos. of the Thames. (asmnem noum. ) When a modern Londoner looks with Pride on the maenidoelntemboukmtna of the haTmes above Blackfrisre Bridge he sue often forgets that a for more gigautio as wel asuseful work was exeouted in ancient times I law of the multitudes who enter the river think that the greas stream is, in feot, an artfiioal eonal. in many pleoes raised above the adjacent sountry, which would be landmatd hbt for the buooksi ade ba hbuum hands. Of the execution of thl grand work, strteshieg from the Nore to Bobhmand, n -- record clats. " and is to only os?jvetured .that it ws done, or at least daireted, by the' Romanm . when Londinidml re bemoe? the epi?sal of the provinee. In.1701 a huge breaoh in the em.ba-knment was made by a violeat tide at Dagenham, in ese. .A thousand cores of rich land were destroyed, and about a hundred and twenty morea washed into the bed of the river. It was only after enormouns labour, dirested by Captain Perry, who had conduoted...

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The World. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

The World. The world lea quaer old loe'nw; as loo lodraoy arwt , hip sid. Yon had bar.er o.m..' any trouble yaalm.t 'a yon moat wt Il;L.0 hi pride. Nt oo.ta'hm h.eavy lour uma a iu. Janttll him bhohok, may ; e ilii anty amaw mobsr. aad abhrul him mimuldmo, 1.zdaurrlcdliy w,.. away. Bu Boa -mulay omen your borrow. L Aad t waald 1U1 be your ilaed I dit alyyou bumiy y.a ua and be worry 0'11 aiim .. t y.0 aloma to the mad. Iio 'hh .khim o lift oneii,. r , To Ilahoam your baldo, hmm.a.-e El.omve wit imthere It ;otlIilly b. It. and h* wilI bh laud with in lai.a, ibh w.mr~d Itoa oslo aid tallow; Yoa must lauo at hi. mfita. oa mit. No niMmoar 1am brutas, aimmmalraooo Is tufile. Aid stow. a will Lam ohaheo him a.no wh.t. Lad i.aoe ymo moma luiimago moemb., Do- m potts wiami .11 momar, leer o. Why, tife holdo moowmroimr to kp taa hit taoar, ham he'Oa aeaamm..au. joe--- 1a 1863 bum te tmataca. atmiaer .at ike Aue. tmalcaoea coloniesuiaouaule to E109.112,39l5. belstg£35 5e. 10dl for every mta, ...

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