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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

[?] Church op England. — To-morrow services will be held as follows : — Blayney, 11 and 7.30 ; King's Plains, 3— Rev. W. K. Howell. Hobby's Yards, 11 ; Moorilda, 3 ; Newbridge, 7.30 — Rev. J. Onyohs. Phksbtterian. — To-morrow services will b2 con ducted as follows : — Blayney, 11 and 7 30 ; Brown's Creek, 3 — Rev. D. Arthur (Sydney). WESLKrAH. — To-uiorrow services will be held as follows: — Blayney, 11; Ntrille, 3; Mandursma, 7.30 — Rev. A. S. Swift. Blayney, 7.30 — Mr G. J)eath. Galley Swamp, 7.30 — Mr G. Chappie. lUrton, 3— Mission Band. Catholic Church (Parish of Oarcoar). First Sunday — Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. Blayney, 11 a.m. and 7.3# p.m. Second Sueday — Blayney, 8.39 a.m. Carcoar, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Third Sunday— Carcoar, 8.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Blayney, 11 a.m. Fourth Sunday — Vittoria, 11 a.m. Blayney, 730 p.m. Fifth Sunday (when occurring) — Neville, 11 a.m. Carcoar, 7-30 p.m. The Presbytery, Carcoar, 24th June, 1897. tarn ?— CTjjt; -t.i - -? Advocate and Herald. HEASUBBS; ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

A Lady So years old Cured by Bile Beans. SUFFERED FOR FORTY YEARS. DISCHARGED FROM A HOSPITAL AS INCURABLE. From time to time many wonderful cures have been placed to the credit of Bile Beans for Biliousness, we have now to chronicle the mrrvellous cure of an old lady of SO summers who has suffered the most excruciating agony for tho past forty years. Her lurae is Mrs. Bridget M'Arni-y, of Gibson Street, Bowden, Adelaide, where a reporter of the Adelaide ' Adverti-er ' interviewed her on Monday, June 20th, 1898. Mrs. M'Arncy is a typical daughter of the ' Emera'd Is'e.'' She has lived at her present address for nearly nine years, and in thj district for seventeen year*. and is very widely known. ' Tell you the story of my illness 1 ' she said, in response to a preliminary questi in ; ' cer tainly I will, with pleasure.' ' Well, about forty years ago I became very ill. I suffered from severe pains in the head, chest; and stomach, and used to have, bad fits of retching, and always, on...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

NOTES AND COMMENTS. CanoeiiLatiox of Mixing Lease.— The following lease, held under the Mining on Private Lands Act of 1894, has been can celled for non-fulfilment of the labour con ditions : — W. A. Irwin, Blayney, 59 acres, county Batburst, parish Errol. If vou want a real good smoke, cool, mild and oomfoiting, you cannot do better than use ' Signet.' Once tried you will always ask for it. Tbe Blayney bunter, Stella, won the hunters' prize and high jump at the Grenfell Show last week. Geological specimens lately discovered at Mount Poole, in tbe far west of New South Wales, are considered to show that in a distant age the sea divided Australia into two or more portions. They consist of fossil shells, and also include a specimen of fossil ised wood, pitted with the borings similar to those of tbe teredo. The specimens were found in digging a well. Wedding. — An interesting ceremony was performed at the Roman Catholic Church, Blayney, on Monday morning last by the Her. Fatber Kelly....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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[?]AILWAY TIME-TABLE DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

AIL WAT T J ME -TAB L E ? D0W!f 'Qy* I fltfttioq. J Pass. \ fLa.il. B.Ili. p.m — Stdn^f. ? ? ... Dep 10 15 8 0 8 Bomebush... ... ... „. 13 Granvillo ... ... ? ? ? .14 Purramatta... ... ... 8 St 2% Blncktovn' ? ? S5 Koo'y H 11 ? 1 £B St. Afary's ? ? 84 P«nrhh~ ? Arr. 11 2S 9 © „ ? ? Dep. -11 30 9 6 SG Emu]P)nin« ? 11 3S 9 10a J9: Xuon»Tille ? ? ? a. Glonbrcok ... ? 11 60 « Blmland ... ... ? ; 11 67a ... 45 Karabw ... ? ? a p m. 46 Tho TalUy ? ? ... ... 12 6a 48 Spr'iBgirood ... ? ? 12 15 4A Fuulconbriflge ? 12 23a ...' (2 Nuiaautin ? a 63 Linden ? 12 84 SI Woodford ? 12 45a 66 Hazelbrook ? * 68 Lawtoa ? 14 10 90 62 Wtotwor h Falls ... 1 20 6t KutoomVa ? 1 S3 11 6 70 Med!o*r ? ? « 73 Black! ca'-u... ? 2 11 09 »u *r t IT- I ? ( Arr 2 1- 11 39 7/ Mount Victoria ... £Doj. 2 80 11 81a 81 ITnrtley Yal® ? 2 S9a 13 la.m 83 Bell ? 2 46 12 8 66 Olarenee Siding ? 8 2 12 24 92 Zig Z -g ? 3 15 12 37 95 EBk Ba lk ? 3 28 IS £0 96 Lithgow ? 3 31 12 54 07 B«vrenf«ls ? ? ? 3 35 12 g8a 101 Marrangaroo ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

j — ,T-^E — ' I PUBLISH43 D EVERY ' -S- A TOR-DAY 1 13 i ts i re And Circulates extensively through the fol lowing Towns— Blayney Oarcoar Batburst Cauowindra Cowra Greufell Millthorpe Orauge ; Maudurama I Newbridge Goulburn Brown's Creek i Spring Hill Lithgow Mount Macqnarie j ^Liucknow 'J'uena ' JTouug Sydney Newcastle Wollongong Condobolin Forbes Parlies Molong Forest Reefs Dujbo Files of tlie Bhayney Advocate can always bp seen at the principal Schools of Arts and Mechanics' Institutes throughout the whole o the Australian Colonies, and at the Offices of the various Agents. ? PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB PROVING, ^ EVERY 'VABIETY AND STYLE. Business Announcements, Hand- bills, TOotlTO-'BILLS, OH OV i&lllcd PtlJJCV) LKl- E. * A EN1 LEMONS V SITING CARDS, CONCERT' AMD OTHER P^GG'R \MME3 ASSEfyS— Messrs Gordon & Gotcb, Sydney, Melbouruo, and London ; Messrs Clarke, Son and Piatt, 85, Gracechurch-streefc, Loudon ; Messrs 0. Mitche 1 and Co., 12 & 18, Bed Liou Cour...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

BLAYNEY POST OFFICE. ABMTAL OF MAItS. Daily (Sundays exuepted) from Sydney, Batburct, Granville, Gjulburn, Harden, Cirooar, Mandur ama, Lyndburet, Wi-olstook, Garland, Cowra, Brown's Greek, T.P.O. No. 2 We«t, T.P.O. No. 2 Souib, Oiton Park. From Norton, Barry, Shaw, Neville, ani King's Plains on Tuccdaye, Tburadnys, and Saturdays. From GregUamstjwn aud V.ttoiii on Wednesdays and Saturda.TF. OEPABICSE or HAILS. Daily (Sundays Bic p-d) to Sydney, Ba bu el, Goulburn, Harden, G-tunville, Oarcoar, 11 1U- durnma, Lyndburet, Wooiat jot, Girl a d, Cowra, Brown's Creek, Ort-n Pdrk, T.P.O. No. 2 West, T.P.O. N-. 2 So th. To Njrton, Xtvil'c, Sbaw, Barrr, and King's Pliinp on Tueidaje, lliurfidny-, and Saturdays. To Greghamstown and Viltoiiu on Wedn.ediys and Saturdays. Pexhy Postiue. The rate of postage, under the conditions of the A*t, on letters posted in the district ftoui and to any of the following post offices is Id Barry, Blayney, Brown's Greek, ' Uurut Yards, Cadia: Careoar, Fganton, F...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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BLAYNEY-HARDEN LINE. UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

©LAYNBY-HAEDEN' LINE. ?r ' -UP. ' . a.m., . p.iu, — Blayney.., ...Dep. 4 66 9 55 IS Qarooar ? 5 45 10 30 17 Maudurama ? C 5 10 43 19 Lyudhurst ? 6 22 11 1 22 Garland ? ? a a 87 Swan Ponds ? a a 30 Wangaola ? a a 85 Woodstock ? 7 27 11 60 48 Holmwood ? 7 65 12 12a.tn 46 Cowra ? Arr. 8 10 12 23 Stop . p.na. ? ? Dep 8 60 I 12 40 ov waitamautirra ... a ? 64 Koorawatba ? 4 48 1 30 -39 CJrowtber ? a 74 Beudick Morrel .... a 80 Mouteaglo ? a 90 Eurrangong ? a if2 Young ? Arr. 6 26 2 50 - ; ...DepJ 6 66 8 0 108 Kiugsvale ? a 310 Demoudrille : ? 8 10 - 8 CO 111 Murrutnbnrrab ... a a 118 Harden ? Avr. Q 80 4 5 ^ DUWN. ' a.m. p.m. — : Harden ... , ...Dep. (J 20 9 10 2. Murrutaburrah ... a a S Deiiiondrills ? 6 48 9 30 10 Kingsvale ? ? a a 21 Young ? Arr. 7 61 10 20 „ ? Dep. 8 6 10 25 23 Burrangoug ... ... a a 88 Monteaglo ... ... a a 89 Bendick Morrel ... a a 44 Orowtber ... ... -a' a 49 ^[oonwatba ? 11 53 67 Wattarnadarra ? A; -. a.m. 67 Cowra ... ... Arr.llO id ; 12 88 -Stop_ ,-™- — -- — „ ?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

For Sale. A FIRST-GLASS BICVCLE, in perfect order. Complete. Dr. WOODWARD. 1 (Jrand Jail IN -AID OF THE Sisters of St. Joseph, Blayney, Will be held in the TOWN HALL, BLAYNEY, . — OK — , Wednesday, 5th. October, 1898 COWRA P. A. & H. Association 18th ASMALlXHIBITM. '28th and 29th SEPTEMBER, 1898. Over £400 in Prizes. Special Trains and Cheap Fares. Schedules and all inforruatior on applica tion to FEED. H. PIDD IvGTON, ,i . - Hon. Seen t iry. W 2 ' '«? ? I M, s Sale by Auction IMPORTANT SALE OF SPLENDID BUILDIM LOTS AT GALLEY SWAMP. Iu the Intestate Estate of the late Mrs C. ROWE, J. W. Fox & Soil Have received instructions from the Cubatob of Intestate Estates to sell by public auction, on the Ground, AT GALLEY SWAMP, ON SATURDAY, the 10t« DAY OF SEP TEMBER, 1898, At I p.m., ALL those 64 SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS in the above Estate, situate iu the centra of tbe rising Tovtnship of Gallymont, These Lots were lately laid out and surveved by L. Biddulph, Esq. Litho plans...

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Startling Sydney Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

Startling Sydney Tradegy, A terrible tragedy occurred at George street south, on Tuesday morning, wheu a tobacconist named Napoleon Jean Lisson, 82 Years of age, killed his siscar-in-Iaw, a girl of 16 years and attempted to murder a traveller, his wife and two children. ~ A few dnys ago Lisson. quarrelled with the traveller Henry Mordant, but . made it up on Monday, asking him to come iu the morning. Shortly after 10 o'clock next morniug Mordant came to Lisson's shop. Lisson asked him upstairs to the bulk stores and .office to make out an agreement. While Mordant was writiug Lrssou dealt hiui a blow on the top of the head with a claw hammer, knooking him off the seat. Lisson then rushed at him wit» a big knife, saying ' I've got you now, aud I will kill yru.' He then tried to cut Mordant's throat, but, during the struggle, Lisson slipped and Mordant gained the street. Mrs. Li&son, hearing' the struggles, rushed into the room. Lisson theu dropped tho knife, picked up a 'five-...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Related to the Apes. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

Related to the Apes. The recent cablegram which states that Professor Haeckel, the celebrated German naturalist, said that it was no longer a hypo thesis that man was included among the highest order of m immals, such as apes and monkeys, and that ape*, monkeys, and men were descended from a common stem. This is, surely, astounding news for all who believe that man is a separate creation called into existence to rule over the animal king dom. If man is, after all, only a superior ijrpo ul luwiincjr w iiicst uui.iiia.iB iuiiko have souls as well as man. We await with much concern the replies of .the Christian scientists to this latest and startling attack on the prevalent belief that man is of divine origin, and is, therefore, in no sense descen ded from the same stem as the ourang-outang or the monkey.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Brown's Creek Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

The. Brown's Creek Mine. Mr. Gainford, Secretary to the Brown's Greek Company ('Compagnie des Mines d'Or,') hopes the mine will be re-started in a few months' time. The inflow of water in this' mine is tremendous — equal to a femall creak — and very heavy and superior pumps will have to be provided-' to master it. The deposit is a low grade proposition, and it win nave to De well considered whether tne ' wash ' should be all put through the bat tery, or else first ' puddled ' and the resi duum crushed in the ordinary mill. We lean strongly to the view that ' the gold bearing debris found at Brown's Creek should be first puddled and reduced and the remainder put through the battery. Wash of far lower grade than that found fat Brown's Creek has been, treated . at a big profit in Victoria and id California by means of the right machinery and most economic labour-saving appliances. Mr. Gainford hopes' that Brown's Creek will be rc-started in a few months' time. Ge says the yield of gold...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Good Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

A Good Joke. At a lata hour on a recent night a eouple of resi dents of liiurke were settled iu their offiee, which was in' darkness, when they heard the window of tha offiee adjoining gently lifted, and listening in tently, they heard stealthy footsteps as of a perssn walking on tip toes. Scentiug ft burglary, a hurried and whispered consultation took plac-- as to the best course to pursue. Visions of an armed ruffian who would, if need be, fight his way out to liberty with a revolver, clinched the argument iu favor of ? ? nF 1„.. fin u.ltilo nnn man stood guard at the door with a heavy stick, the ether sped along in the darkness to the police barracks, shortly afterwards returning with an officer. Elaborate arrangements were then made fer the eapture of the unsuspeeting individnal in side. All avenues of esoape were cut off. One excited personage, with a large bludgeon, waited at the front door, while tho other, also formidably armed, held the back doer. Then the policeman bravely...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

Influenza Prevalent. INCREASING MORTALITY. Official statistics show that considerably over one death per-day from influenza is taking place in N.S. W. alone, and that it is equally in evidence in the sister oolonics our contemporaries there dis close. Deaths from iiiflueuza have, and are playing no small part in swelling the mortality list. Very frequently these death's are iu the first plaee due to carelessness, for the primary cause ef influenza is cold in the chest and langs. If these simple ail ments were attended te in time, the trouble woald possibly end there ; but cold in the head and lungs, uuless carefully watched, brings on fever and de bility ; fever and debility lead to prostration aud heart disease, aud prostration and heart disease lead to— death. No w«uder is it that at so maay inquests lately the coroner's verdict has been ' Death resultant from influenzi.' Having ex plained the evil after eff-uts of this dangerous ail ment, we have now to chr micle their oare. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Retort Courteous. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

The Retort Courteous. In its maudlin ravings last week, the ' West Macquarie ' (a journal famed for its want of truthfulness) had a paragraph, the purport of which no doubt was to try and make the public believe we were inserting advertisement in our columns that was not authorised or that we were not being paid for. The paragraph in question reads as touows : — ' An advertisement irequentiy appears in a certain local journal, calling for specimens of minerals. For the benefit of aay recently arrived miners, we may point out that the gentleman whose name is affixed to the advertisement is not now residing in this locality.' The advertisement alluded to is one that was inserted in this journal by Mr. A. O. Black, lately the respected head teacher of the Blayney Public School, who no doubt before leaving for Wollongong left instructions with some responsible person to receive the minerals here and forward them on to him ; but with that we have nothing to do. It is sufficient for us th...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Blayney Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

Blayney Municipal Council. The regular fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday evening. Present— the Mayors Aldermen Clark, Hemiley, llewish, Stinson, and Woodward. The niinutes of the previous meeting were read aud confirmed. j CORRESPONDENCE. The following correspondence was read : — uium buu ucurci'iii)', jDUb.iniu.n uraraeas, Sydney stating that 50 trees had been for warded for planting. Received, and left in the Mayor's hinds to be dealt with. — From Air. A. Shakespear, applying for permission to build a brick shop iu Adelaide-street for Mr. J. Josephson, also for permission to erect an awning over the footpath in front of the said building. Received and ? per mission granted. — From Mes-ii's Tibbs and Rossiter, asking the council to have the drain oppjsite their business cleaned out and also raised a b.t at the crossing. — Re- ceived and left in the h inds of the Mayor to attend to. — From the JMa.iicip.il Association, asking tin council to appoiuo two d...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Galley Mont Mine. STARTING THE NEW BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

The Galley Mont Mine. STARTING THE NEW BATTERY. The forty bead battery erected under the superin endence of Mr. Gregory, engineer to the Gaily Mont Goldfield Coy., was success fully started on Thursday by Master Harry Eissler, bod of Mr. M. Eissler, consulting engineer to tbe Coy. Every portion of the. machinery, including the sixteen Tanners and the electric light plant, worked with the precision of clock work. uver auu ot tae employees ot tne uoy., with their wives and families, were present and enthusiastic cheers were given for Mr. Eissler aud bis son, Mr. T. B. Hocking, the manager, Mr. Gregory, Mr. Dawes , aud the other officers of the company. The guests were entertained by the company, refresh ments being provided in the battery shed.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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W.C.T.U. "FOR GOD, HOME, AND HUMANITY." WHY WE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 3 September 1898

W.C.T.U. 'FOR GOD, HOME, AND HUMANITY.' WHY WE WORK. [Rv Mrs. Harbison Lee.] At a W.C.T.U. convention held in 1894 in one of the States, the large hall was festooned with 89 yards of newspaper reports of crimes aud tragedies resulting from drink ill one year in that State, and over the festoon were the words ' Why we Work.' When we remember that every victim was a mother's b ly or girl, surely we will admit that reason sufficient waB given for ' Woman's Work.' The parrot-cry of ' A woman's place ig her home ' is uttered with little thought of the full beautiful meaning of that sacred truth. A woman's place is her home, and when evil enters to destroy b«r kingdom it is woman s duty to arise and pro- j tcct her domain by every means in her power. If politics didn't touch women, then women shouldu't lo.ich politics. If women were not concerned in anything in the outside world, then it would be unpardonable presumption for thuin to attempt to arrauge affairs. Rut is it so? Look urouud a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Dangerous Epidemic. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

A Oaiigsroiis Epidemic. : Aii epileuiic of iufl-imszi ia at present raging iu the olouies, uij J scarcely auypue is. without ut least a ligut attack. This dreiilfiil uiala.ly is oue of the most tirosome aud iuejuveuieut diseases imaginable, and few see ji to rejlisa that an absolute cure for it is to be fniud iu Bile Beans. - luliueuza totally iucapaciutos the sufferer from doing uuy sort of work, aud life itself becomes a burden. There is, iu the first place, a violent cold, generally iu the head, aud a constant aud violent headache is que of the most trying symptoms, i'aius, too, in all p irts of the body aud limbs are also promin ent, aud a general collapse of the entire system follows. The appetite is impaired,' aud a seu&aliou of weariness aud total disability to even think in a couuected tnanuer is noticeable. Of course, as this mjtlady gains a hoid ou the systom the symptoms become more strongly marks J, uutil tbe patient is hot only iu au extremely delicate, but au a...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 September 1898

The Liverpool, branch of the Navy League has banquebt ed Lord Brassey, who declared that tlie British navy was never in a better state of preparation and that Australia was an impregnable imperial outpost, capable of list ve operations'. lue Kussian uuwspapers warn France 1 that it is useless to expec^ llus*iau aid in \--gard t ? ill i pr i\iii;;es of Alsace ;ui- 1 L-rraiiiu Tln-y say Fra -icb lititds \vhilj l^ussia dues uot uend Franco. r'uLii ,m.l Liye cure lujre disuasus tliiti ^u.dioinc.

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