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A Varnished Tale. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

A Varnished Tale. " All tlit- pews in our chapel wert jHJ painted and varnished during the past SH month, ami -whilo iixing- Dr. Clamm'i Mβ pew-, the workman accidentally left i |B large, blotcli of varnish oa the back of ? it. Last Sunday Dr. Clatntn's aoiJM .Johnny, had had his hair pnllecl once w 9 twice during service, by Bullet's boy is 111 the pew in the rear. After a ithili, young Mr. Clainin became quiet, and placet! his head right against this one mass of undried v.irr.ish. Presently k attempted to move, hut the varnish W got among his hair, and it lield hk ? tight. After making one or two da- I porate but ineffectual efforts to rclea* liims. If, lie became very angry, and sop posing that Bullet's boy T>as lioldinj him, he said in a low whisper, ' Let p 'o my liair! Let go 'o xny hair,- Itd yon V The minister paused just as l> had entered' upon, d * thirdly,' and the congregation JooM around in amazement, jnst In - time t> Bee young Clamm with his head ' statt quo,...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE AND GALLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

I JISUlOTJaVB'jlKD'GAtlJE. „ w -*t*& **>?tvwu>Mt' a .t Tt> [;1' *? Uef KtiTi.to*?eir f „ „ *ffth D?c?iiijtr, _< f v. £-%*? ? > J6&J*ijxir>,fB~'3. * f w 37tttDoo.inben. H 1 - v 13k~ht7>l*ni?rr.' M . J w?A Sasnmry, 167*.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Devastation by Locusts. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

Devastation by Locusts. The (IcTastalicns of this scourge httnt been excessive dnring the last feir days. Mr. Tally's beautiful and ? extrusive garden at IHavrarra . home station has been eaten clown as bare as tlie street; a week ago it was like the garden of Eden, go rich and luxuriant. Mr. Ycrke, who lias gone to a great expense i-i planting fruit trees, has had ail his oranges and stone frnits kilM, tins loensts rating not only the foliage, but the bark as well. Mr. Tyso:. has a fine . garden at Corning, lie cut doxrn all the flowers so as to dcxtroy the gretn foo<l, and painted the trees with tar and grease) which so far succeeded in preserving the trees. Mr. Blewitt has the finest garden in Hay, immediately he was told the locusts were on it, advised by Dr. Peers, he poured kerosene on his fence, which' kept the pests off—they seemed to dis like the smell of it—it saved his garden for the time. A t Perensey they cleared the garden in two hoars, entered the house, an...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Earthquake at Antigua. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

Earthquake at Antigua. IHWDHEDS OF PEOPLE : ON* TUR' STREETS PRAYISa.- —THIRTY-TWO LIVES' LOST. On tlic 3rd September, at" S-30 p.m. without any previous warning, a strong- earthquake shook the ground violently -in a direction from cast to west. The The moranent -was a scries of strong vortical and horizontal impulses com bined. /The wave-like nndulations on the' surface rose and fell at least at a foot. This, acting-along with .the above mentioned vertical movement, madii it almost like impossible' to move' about without being thrown to the ground. Nevertheless every one' in the house managed to get into thc-conrt yard, ex pecting- every moment to see the walls come tumbling down on us. Being taken by surprise, I can. scarcely say -what happened in the first seconds, but soon recovered equanimity cnongh to note the direction of the shocks by the swing ing of 'the lamp which hung in the portico of the " Hotel de Commercio," where I was staying, and any other phenomena that ruight oc...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE AND TORRES STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

ElttSEANE A2O> TOXWUS *a'RAIT&. f AKIUVAk. . mtSrATCtt.' Suit, tsth OKober, J?Tt. 'AboatSas.-ltbOct.lSTe. ~ TCtb. Norrtubi-r, ? „ . l*t >r?r. „ „ 71ch}?.co-ti£Kr,-.. J .* 'jfKtr ., w „ IKb lanml7, IS73L f ~ . a7.lt lice. . „ 7th February, „ 1 ~ "-':KJi J??. 1.73. „ Vtll Jlnrca. „ 1 _ " I.'rt File _ „-<? i April. ? I .. 21* Star:,, f

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Land Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

Land Esveane. We. JiEvc before s:s a parliamentarr return 'dated Xovenibpr M>, to be a "slateiacnt showing, the JLaini reTeiiue of the colony from l?60 to i873 I including tlit expenditure jiropirrly chargenMe thereto during each year of that period, and tlie amiuai surplus or deficiency therefrom of such revenue.** From tliis return vrtz take tlie following totals given under the heads named for \ tlie whole pvriod of fourteen years. Details . of Land Bcserve.—Land Sales hy auction.—dEr,B?2,232 4s. 2d., sales by selection, £470,8411 18*. Qdj ; conditional purchases, £(1) deposits* £1,1C7,118 12s. 6d. (2) r n &ncfs' £lita,6S9 19s. C.l. (3) Interest, i'24i,63S 11s. 4d.,] total, £I,CJ 1,444 3s. 4d.; rents ami assessments' on jostoml runs, <&c, £3,005,032 Os 9J ? total, £6,9i0.4Cl Cs. lid. Note — The revenue jyivcii in tin's statement is the not revenue only—that i>, the gross revenue reduced ij refunds for cancella tions, forfeitures, &c. — Exp...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Benefits of the Public Schools Act. (Abridged from the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

The Benefits of the Public Schools Acfc. '?;-.;. front the Herald.) - Ax a Imblu* ineeting- IieM on Monday, at Ashficlil for the purpose of initiating steps to 'bring about tlie erection of .a larger eclioot ijriilUiiig-, the. Honourable Henry Parkes (as a resident of Ash field) in supporting the principal reso lutions, said, " If a Public School was established zii Asbfield, it would .of., ne cessity to be establislicil nnder the- law as it existed. And it wo.uld be his lie thought he could be useful in this—to tell them truth fully and plainly what the law was and what they vtouhl accomplish by establish ing tlit* Public School. ? The Education bill of this colony had been in existence a little short of eight years. It would be eight years on the first of January next. During that time he ventured to say tTiat it had worked -a'greater-and -more beneficial change than .was ever ?worked by any law in any-other part of the world. (Cheers-).- . It had created 400 additional schools "b...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Intelligence. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents] SYDNEY. Friday, November 20, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

Telegraphic IktelKgenca. ? :..?'??? ?'.. -?? SYDNEY. ? '??, '?>'? Friday, NoyeiuW* 2O.,g P-m. Jts the AsseuWy the Sectoral Brtt Iris passed through Committee, and the tlordt rcadfng has been fixed for ?Wβ!! xceSftT next. ? ? -Ihe Bndgtfr. is comsMfcred JbTgiij " - - -"- ?? -' : ?.,* Tfe ee*rniate<r,surpltts a t tte-cnJel f£7oO,eO9> foaMkC It -is there ?ii)t W an metease of .£2SO.?eO all tbe aid of 1875. It in mtemlet! to rettmr the Stamp Dntyi The Minister for "Works intends asking for a )oan of lialf-a-miHTon,. to expend during licit joar on jmportaut pnlilic works. Mr. Jarac-s Dnjitr, .-. zqurLitv-r at Molong, died. !,nir t? 1 ro r orrr-, whilst undergoing- n < -jc ,Li . i CatiU- Ji< i\; >- .'_,, c , ,vii tvunn Sheep jit il 'i > i - '-' "i lt ',- rge j

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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The Singleton Argus. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

5f J?e j?iag;ttt(?5i 3trflus. " gvrOKT TO JTJ> iliSTtK ; OF NO SECT A3I 1. * "Be ivsc. and j-K&tt kot; VKT AIL rHE i:n?S TirOH - AIM'STT AT HFT ?TS^ : OC^si^^^WK'QtiJt'^^OT^^k^:-.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

J33ui.ce to Advertisers- | , A WVBtmStiltl nic pirtlcnlarlj- icq-KriSa-l te send I £\ In, tb*.r favor* not later £b-.? live >on- on f nn-I Fri.ta;*.: ntlMtwba sre cannot 1 R-terait<e cm teene, 1 "?-aisift-.fc-r.iv M.nus-o.ticr. ' 1 Oute lortrt.. 1574. ' $? . Ifotica tr> Correspondents. j COItIH&fIPOXURXTfi n-Ml tareer ohsernefhil letters mci-fri** after fonro'clntK Ir lh>-areemoon?lnime>- ? , . rllatcly- **ior to ?h--(>ss* of publication, wan ant tie In the roUn-naute tame. ? ?* msrtr.sr?tc Anot?~ Wtle-. Oetoixr IBS !??*. , Hotics ta Correspondents. AJroriiEE Draitic.—Your poetical contrf ' button we are of-opinion can scarcely be raid to come wilbirt the limits of Tmr discussion, aud is therefore declined with thanks. The subject la regarded in much 'ton grave a liuht by the 'commnnliy generally, to admit of the ' .publication of your,verses.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1871. [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

Tub attempt lnmlc liy lli(? Govrrnmcnt to oi'tuiu a Omiiiiitteo to coiifiiiicT t!i<? propriety of lnlroilucivy a l>111 into Parliament- to ??(wmlVr ,, ii griituitr nprih tho Jal<- Ciiii'f Juetito, f? a mistabcr. Nor'is the mistake litre committed by tlirni tTie only our made in tliu same dirci-tion, miil in jxlrsiu'tiw of tlic samo object, since tlic famous bill frnmrd to do away entirely trit.li tlto sypti-ni of pensions. Tlu're wast Or. Laxo's little business, Mr. Goouxan'r chiint for consideration, nn\r Sir Alpicbd Stki>iies'? loorc serious ami costly aifasr ; smi if this had been successful, tlwre wouhl liavo lieen a. whole liosL of other littlu tnatltrs broiiitht fonranl fftr settlement, until all tlifse e= cs irould hare fiiTiuitl not the i-xtvj>lion but the ' r?ilt". "We itati't Iciunr iriint opinion the Government must Itavi- of the coiim? -' tency of t!ie Asm-inbly, r?or what ix>tin? they must entortatn <iF the coninion si?nsp of...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
English News. BY CABLE. (From the Herald.) London, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

English News. BY CARLE. (JFrom {he Herald.) London, Xovxmbkr 12. After obstinate fighting tho Carl is ts under Do i Carlos, were defeated frr General de la Serna, and compelled to abandon the' sirge of Irnn. a frontier town in' the province of Guipuzcoa. . In order -to - escape, from the Republican troops, Don Carlos-has retreated to the mountains. Xovembek 14. Count Amim has been re-arrested. Alexander M'Ewan, a stock specula tor, has failed for £100,000. Wheat is firmer—Australian, 495. to "545. ? Copper is steady and firm. Chili is quoted at. £88 to £8". ; Wallaroo at '£9.0 lOs". Tin is firm, and prices hardening. Straits, £04 ; Australian, £93 10s. Arrived.—Hylton Castle, from New Zealand. , The large steamer Whampoa is load ing for Sydney. November 16. The Bank rate of discount is 5 pel cent. '?'??-' ? . November 17. The London colonial wool sales opened this evening. The total arrival? amount to 80,00t> bales. Upwards of sai)o have been offered. Capo of Goori Hope wools pre...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An amusing Incident in a Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

An amusing Incident ina PoIiaH| The Canterbury Times of Octo'uer lwg? says:—" During tlic sitting of Police Court at "Wellington re?nthJiH tlio ivas absorbed in lteain^J .1 caw, Tvhoii a jonng -woman, walked! § J and wont straight to the place of TmaS wltieli sh<; sscendt-d. She then ?xtei| herself behind the -worthy JMagistr?s| I ui-.perccived by him. Presently B| J Worship turned round, and much to H | I surprise ilisccvered liis strange i^ o, | i ciatc, ttlio accosted Him thus: —' If Jβ j j sir, I belave yer want s Karvoat!p3 ! "Wliuther the Magistrate -was too co:-S I fused, or admired the unconsciajs J hnpertineiice of tlie person, we cxcKfffi ? say: but she rcraaiiierl on the ! till the business vraa concluded, i;-f| j then her affair was satiofic!o=-'fe i settled." EI r It is expected tlie Coraaria will r ?|B ? get off for a fortnight, as she ro^^^B > Messrs. Tuxforri, of Adelaide, nBE i ?vr.-li-kno-vTii machinery importers, fa'fli ! An earthquake iv.as .felt on...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

(? ' : . ? .'--NT? I Per Ti-ar {is i..iv.-.;icc>, ;-ayaV> qi::irterly .. £1 4?. r. i:o ?- -...iiss. j ;-.i-vcr il ilsliTcznl bj" [' First inch : ?nJ ij!i.;c- .. :?. M. t. ETrry"a.i<?itic:;itl lir !:tL-:Ejch .. .. *s. (hi. I Births D*?i!i?. inn - - ' II H |! Si Cd. f J3iuupM?C=rdej.iTT.:srtir 5 ?. (W. A liberal nl'oiraric*? vri.l bo nwln Jor A'iTertwetoimta: cootinneti for s. Jv-rirxi ol CTcr Tour It tanft be dUtinctly nrjdervtooil; thut. tiulein co-JUficrrajcniieil. atlTrrtisfni?mtd ?wiM he coiitbine*i asil cliarceJ for at ? theosnal rafie. Adrtirrtldeiaciiteb'ioaWhaTrthe number at insertions reqnincd written on the order. - ... Anr person opjering Advertisement* or Printing' on' behalt of i* Committee, fonn?J or to he formed.lor ?ny . pablic purpose, wm b? hejd pezavnttUymsponsiblefor ?. ? ? theSJUOe. . ' -.; ?.';.;- ?..',? _ ~?,?,-;? .;.? ; ?. .. ..: ? ;?..?. ???; ~'-':-n? ;-"scyoi.grciN , larotis. ? and -TOraiati ? HTTNTER UENEttJIi JLDVOCXTE,- U trancmttte* ? Im...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Execution of the Pakira Murderer. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

Execution, of the Pakira Mar ?.-'.'??' '..}?..'.' dsrer. P?on New Zcalaml papers to liand, we we learn that Charles Dvvr, tWio tt.-is reccrntly convicted at Auckland for tlic miSrder of JStizabcth B-iltcrsoa, br {Waring- kerosene over her nml then settiiig fire to tlie oil, was executed at ft a-m. on the 30th ultimo. Owing- to the persistency with which he ninin tainccl liis innocence, and the d.ving wgrJs.of .the. nofortnnata victim, snm>* ilpabt.: was felt as to. lm actual gailt, and n strong effort was mafic to put off if not to avert, his execution altogether.' An lionr before his ?leatb, however, lie made.the fulioTring' ennft-saion to Bishop Cowic: "On the 9th July, when ?x -citod by drink, but not in a state of intoxication, but of exasperation I>y xtatcmefnts made by Eliza ISntter.s'-a, he poitred kerosene over her -rritli the intention of frightening iier into the confession of certain matters. lla had no thought of cansing-licr (i'tatli ; that he eet fire, to Eliza B...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TABLE OF ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF ENGLISH MAILS, VIZ.- VIA SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

rAJULS OP- ABtJtVAL AKD DESPAXCEl . ,; ' ?F, Kxottsti sixnJs, Viz. —:. ..?-? .,',' '? "via sats rjuitoiscol, Meant ma-vicr. aa>iivrs,o-cDOx. Bataraa}-*"t-ojt. > 18ri. I Fruiey riehi Dec, V 74. ?. *ar*ts.?v. „ J „ ss*. J*....ievj . ? 19th Ihc .. ') _ ? fe-i* tvr*. „ ??. , iatn JanvJurs.' J. _ ?ca )tur „. " i urn untnox. jtnirx -nvtisKF.. TinenaeK&teltAiiE-jUr*. -I Stcmaay. ItrthOctlSr? --' -*?„ St?KlSn.t- „ - , ~" Stnl J.IW. „ ,„ auc&UcC -, / „ Tib Sen. - _ I?tl>cK „ ' „ AlaJna. IS7K. - ilttbllee. „ „ las. Tab. ? „ JtCtJan- ISV* v JsCjtaK ~

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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Singleton Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

'./.,? Siagletoa Post OiSee. ? ? WiTA-ei nod: ifewth*otjc, £Ai ' tMOnUin* * - * Co ~ *>J Hi Jut ?'i I O'-'W**-' ir * <Uy.rXlXet.iVe. >Vt4i*Je v 1 Ik 8. a*-,xju ?Ljai ucl SafcuMajr vTMiLag- hL £ tuu. lor &?nttMj mjrul*t£*.j tluu*)s*4Cei ???*? C**y ?anvill, Tir**!'*.*,., VcaJoe?<l? t y > n A'tuinaUtf, - FrttUr*. iv*. Sa^D*!'.*?., HA*. HeeCL.*Jil off a**£ttt>t?>.r at 8 jut*, foraundnv**. 4kf. iukt .aWSttiiSay* ac ?JW m.-Oa 3T*> Yen- -tnrf *"oirJ.,Ve*:'xc ?h* "Jraie-tt-.j'., T*ttirqkfctJi Mfl i -. t*ta?>i*jre.*t.i?.-J* evflX > - , ? - To *GpA, licvnftfc. uuSOVnOsjn > „ CT?dne?iihjr aha! SUWavia., *

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
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THE EAGLE AND THE SERPENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

73DS Bi.CL.E- JtXb XRE SERPBKT. ' TSX TVjLilAM BmfJUCT. . Oα xwrtne wine i> mountain lufebt. And en<rb4liiu.'iuutcnwted with . To ?toe he saw the hint alight. Co ficfcto fortune .rftrntunce Bffritrula tbe'cnnniiiic and the haae. And etc tl? enrrenhK reptile ethane B> to- the eeejea lolrjr place.

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. (To the Editor of the Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

, HOXXQWAY'S I'lLtS. (To tke mUor of the A.r a ut.y Sir.—Permit me through the medium ot your valuable journal to warn and to. direct the attention of the jmblic to a grot* onthige Trhjcli is being ? jwrpeinttcd in tile slnpe of spurious imitations of Holloway'* Pills aart Ointment, which ens being- vended as the genuine:' article. Ifetectivcs are ?t work endeavouring to disco cr the originator* of the fraud. As jet th?y have been unsuc cessful, though it has been pretty well **cer taiiieil tb.it thamii.l imitation is manufactured in the colony, and is not imported. The spurious resemble the genuine articles onlj i i external appearance aud the manner in winch packed up. I have had hoth the pilln and the. ointment anaWsei, and find that the pills contain .opium in a rather excessive deuree, bat the ointment is rimpli- lard, vritli a slight trace of. turpentine.. To'distingni-Iv the genuine from the false, look at th* pamphlet -which accompanies each box and I?*jjra<i see ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus And Upper Hunter General Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Select Poetry. THE LITTLE BONNET. [Newspaper Article] — The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate — 21 November 1874

Select Poetry. TEC IJimS BCIXSET- AfboU-'h irHemalilUl Wiiffift v ruo3a'< liMelwmM. WiUt ??Itbixwajxl a n-nj ? bit o£ Uoo upon ft ? JUulthutb* (.>:tur mjuJtns of tbo iutlet??ci> rm&f- Cbe tn-'Ucr c ?IkM (?? ti> the next Bamtay jnat to ehnn It, - Bus tbenfrb Ot; 1U& tuK.net weaaoareet taiset than a *J? ustas-e nt ?? settled i?m*.<l to be- a. work of Svvrben- liaa fairly tM all tbe boll* bad stepped their " A>nlirbttawfaac?inetaTnecrlng,Vare caencte, tbe tolas, -Here aHUSiar -" " 6?thb. £*?&.? ottat au&ba aton4.an4 wniOeS at tbe JUtH ahs- *.vooi. Sot ru3S>? on* fcealna awl smoothed tbetlfc'Uo-e-lf before , "Hatte n}?a-t heltelojaht- sang- the- ensnf noeeo uer ' ?. heed— , "Karttr keen, yon. t hanEr tateec vent"- ?m the -K-o?Ua.*tHr thought trie?" eai?t- Thla.auMh: the law meiwn feel ?? -relsr—-very - Taen=he.*wre hcrlttHe month a twist; bet-little, aeaa - Fnr enrf ffh-mylrf hystu sttng wan att about her , With cbe-Tl...

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