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BALLINA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

BAliLINA. May 4.-Shipping nit, bar very heavy» ? ;

Publication Title: Northern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Outrage and Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Another Outrage ami AIiU'dcT. We have learlit ft'öm several sources- (says the Tamworth News) that a fiendish outrage, Bimilav to that perpetrated at Coonabarabran, has been röpörtöd to. the Warialda and Bingera pdlico as having been committed near Eaton's Binneguy Station, on the Big River, about 40 miles from Bingera. The matter was first reported on the 16th instant on which day the body of a girlj twelve years old, Was found in a waterhole of the Big River. On examination, although the body was so vory much decomposed tts to render a post niortem difficult, it was fotlnd that the child hiid beén brutally violated and strangled before being thrust into the river. This was elicited at a coroner's inquest hold on Tues^ day morning, April 17th. by Mr. Patrick Brougham, Police Magistrate of the district. It seems that several days prior to the dis- covery of the body;- the decOased, hamed Emma Quinn, was left in charge of the house and the children; during the absence of the : mother...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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A Business Man With Ideas. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

A Business Man With Ideas. .Yesterday whori a lama beggar halted a man oh Woodward avenue and asked for alms, the pcdestraifl seemed td look kindly on him, and. asked, him to step dp^stavrs into his office and ho would see ,'abodt it, The beggar followed him up to .tho top' story pf the block, into an ofäco, took a ' seat by the stove, and when tho gontloman had hung-up his overcoat, and poked up tho fire, ho said ! , ;';' - . " So yod want alms, do you ?.'' ; "Please Heaven, I doj" wasi the reply. ' "What claim haveyouorimycharity ?" " Well, L;dunrio, only I'm, awful poor.'1 " I. can't ¿ive'. you a . cent,", said the gentleman, you will get nothing from me." . .' '.' Why didn't you say "so at the. fdot' of the stairs," asked the beggar, remembering it was threo pairs up and three dawn. (' "lam a bÚRiiésB rriam I have busi- ness hours and á business office/ If I could do buBinOBS at the foot of tho stairs I shouldn't pay rent for thkj office. And now, you climb 1" Á CANADA paper mak...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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A Schoolboy on Corns. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

À Schoolboy on Corns» Corns", aro of two .> Miidd-«vegetable 'and" animal. Vegetable'-*cofn grows ; in rbwa i animal corngrows on toes.': There aro several; kinds of corns i there is tho unicorn,, capricorn; corn dodgersj field corn, ' and tho corn which is tho corn - you most : feel; It is said, I believe that gophers Jikb dbrxn ; but porebhs.having cora.donbtlike to, "go fur," if thoy can help iti,. Corns' have kernels; ' and some colonels have corns; -Vegetable corns grow on ears j but animal corns grow oh the feet at tho other end pf ': tho body; Another kind of ¿ corn ÍB the acorn ; these kind of corns grow on the oaks j bdt there is no hoax about thc corn. The-acorn is a' corn" with an:indefinite article indeed; -;- Try it: and see« /Many a i man when ho has a corn wishes it was art i". jfcorn. Folks that'have corns sometimes ' send for a doctor, and if tho doctor him ! Self is' coined, he probably won't do BO well a's if he isn't; ''-The doctor says corns : are produced 'b...

Publication Title: Northern Star
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Love Tried by Fire. An Incident of Ashtabula—Teri seconda of Doubt, an age of agony [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Love Tried by Fire. An Inoident of AsTitabula-Teii secdnda of Doubt, an. age of agony A spécial ' despatch says : If e'v'ei x individual who went down with the il fated railroad traill at Ashtabula, ox lived through the experience,- were i write up his or. her sensations and\ advei turcs, none would display that" coolnei and heroism -described by Johnson ] Orburn and his wife; who were cn the way to the Saginaw Valley ¿ Both ai past forty, and Mr: Orburn is an Ohi farmoTj who lately purchased a farm i Saginaw county» As the train pulled out from Ashtabuli the farmer's wife began eating luucheoi and her hu-iband was trying to road newspaper, by the . dim- light of th lamp. ; . . He says he felt the first movement whe top bridgo gave way. He first imagine that one of the wheels under his bar ha become detached, as a corner of the ce seamed to settle down a little.- He dropp: < tho paper and seized the back of the see in front of him.- Then the whole ca seemed to lift up, an...

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Casino. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). May 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Casino* ^Fiiost bun cortRiísíóíÍDÉÑTji May ist; AT a iriëëting, of Members of tlio Riohmotid held in títtj. School of Arts here, on Monday evening, the following officers were ap- pointed ¡--Stewiu'ds,-Messrs. Gi F. Öroiieh, A; Livingstone, G. Robson, .Ti Grady, S. Swanley* G. Jarvis, B; Shbiler. Judges, áection 1) Messrs. C. Hobson, G. Cole, T. Marsh, T. McFndddiv, D. McPherson; section 2, MésSirs. J. C. Irving, Ü. Campbell, S. Shaiilèy, G. Jarvis j heetion 3, Mossrsi C. Hobson, G. Jarvis; section 4, Messrs. W; Ciosfij E. Naugliteu¡ H» Beckford ; section 5, Same judges; section G, A. Livingstonéj H. Rathbone, A. Meston, A. Poolman, D, Campbell, J. Perry, S\ Shep- pard ; section 7; Messrsi F. B. Gully, Gr. F. Crouch, Jno. Grimes ; section 8, samo judges ; section 9, Messrs-. Gulley) Croueli, W. H. Drake; section 10, Messrs. J.» T. Carlill, S. Sheppard, J. Grady; section ll, Messrs. J¿ Grimes, J. Glasgow, G. Larkin, M. M. Campbell, lt. Rathbone, H. "Vancle weran, W. Gollan, T.Walsh; ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Cricket. A MATCH -iv'ds played on tte Lismore Cricket Ground, on Saturday last, between the Lismore Alberts and Alstonville Clubs ; and the day being fine, and the ground in fair order, a goodly number of spectators were present to Witness the Hiatch. At mid-day, both teams sat down to dinner, at Mrs. M. Geraghty's, which was got up in that lady's usual first class style ; after which play was resumed, and the Alsttinvillfe Club having to return home beforë nightfall, the Match was closed as follows : Í3ISM01ÍE ALBERTS.-First Itiiiingä. Wit. Wother8poon, run out 1 J. Shea, b E. Navin .; ¡ .::..;! . 7 K. McLennttri, b C. Srdwn 2 » E. Wotherspoon, b C. Brown ....;::; 3 j. Howard, b C. Brown .... ¡ ;.;..; ; 0 A. Wothorspoon, b E. Navin .....:;: Ö J. Taylor, run out. .,. ¡.... : : Ó K. Wotherspoon, b C. Brown.: : 5 J. Wotherspoon, b E Navin., 1.. 1.. ;. 10 G. H. Daniel, b C. Brown .: 0 Wm. Wotherspoon, not out.. t ¡ :. ¡ : . : 0 Widos and ByUS. 5 Tótál.;.;..;::.; 39 Second Innings. R. W...

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The Ministerial Statement. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Thc Ministerial £íatciiU;iii. ON thc reassembling of the House on the 24th April, Mr. Parkes, after detailing at some, length, tho circumstances attending the formation of tho Ministry, made tho following remarks i--I do not know that I need detain the liouso any fürther in this explanation of thc steps taken in forming the Administration ; but it becomes my ditty to inform tho House of tile cdUrsö we consider it our duty to take in the conduct of tho public business lind the situation iii which we find oilrselvusi As regards the public business of thë country, it has received the fullest and anxious con- sideration of which we Were capable. We have considered it time aftet' time in eVery conceivable light, and I think wo have lost sight of our own convenience, or any circum- stances affecting ourselves, and endeavoured to see only what Was best for the doilntry. We are now at tho end of April without anything having been dono to make providion for the public servicë df this year. I...

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Ballina. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDNENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Ballina. , (ï'ROSI OUR CORRESPONDENT). As usual ' our township presents a great dearth of local topics. If one were keeping a journal of his life hero, tho entries'- wodld as a rule, I imagine, read as follows : Monday, got out of bed, gayo a look seaward, saw nothing, had breakfdst, : thon A smoko, looking seaward, saw a steamer's smoke in the distance, cut a little firewood, had dinner, went to the river .bank, sat on a log threo hours» nobody came along for a "pitch," went homö, had tea, a smoko, Mront to bed." But we have a little latent energy somewhere abdiit foi' all that, and which at times shows itself hi a. practical .manner ; for instance tho " Brilliant," (now "Clara Louise") launched successfully iront the ocean bëacft ; tho "Summer Bose" carried fourteen -hundred feet over . soft yielding sand ; and only.;last week tho " Azalea" carried four hundred feet across a neck of sand and safely launched into tho Brunswick river. I am not a practical liian, but in my opinion th...

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The Open Column. (To the Editor of the "Northern Star.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Thc Open Column. . (To the..Sdilor? 0/ the "Northern Slát-.") Sin,-Iii a late issue of the ' Northern . 'iStar,' I see our worthy collector bi birds, Mr. Moorcroft bird and general Collector 'wants to know wbërë are the birds? I say they are here on the Bichnlbnd River. I don't mean to say" lib will find them on the grass,, or'following a road that leads to a 1 certain place, and when he gets there he lias to turn back again frightened lie would get lost, if he was to go the length of his «wn gun further ; andas fol* Iííiig Païrots, .I--.Will give any person sixpence a thousand for shooting them off my corn ; and Pink headed; doves ban b^ at any farmers' bam almost .'taine, anti Still our worthy collector : says there is n'Ot a man here that can collect 100 choice birds in twelve months. Now, Sir, 1 will give you one . Sydney man's two months work three years . 'ago,-97 ^Regents, . 64 Rifles, 6 Lyre, and Dragoons were too common to shoot except a choice one j iii all hë tödlc Ö00 cl...

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Bas Ground for Divorce. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Bas Ground for Divorce. . .'Á liàleigh lawyer was interviewed yes- terday by ari; agriculturist living a score pf miles fr'bm the city, who said He wanted to Hecdr'o.a di vorc'ofront*his wife. ? '.'??". " You dont live happily with her, oh ? * inquired .the attorney, , " No j w'e don't seem to Mitch Wuth d cent," was the cpiiet reply. " " Does she '.scold . arid fret, arid make yonr home a hell Upon earth, BO to speak? cdntinüed the lawyen . ! " That's lier exactly;" . . . :', " And you aro propared td prove, .that yod hrtvo.d peaceful disposition, abd thal you haVe deine, everything you -could tc niako hoirie pleasant ? " " You bot I am 1 .Anybody as knows trie , will.swear'that I Wouldn't hurt a flea, anc that I.moyo arorind home like an angel." " Well, ' I guess . we can make out _t case," said': the lawyer, as he took lip. hie pen and began to dot down the points After d moment he inquired :. " Do yoi .think your wifo will contest the case 1 Has she ""any defence ? " '??' " Waal...

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Visiting a Photographer [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

I Visitme: a Photographer I . Br A MABTYBV . *. Behold iii iric a rrJartj-f of the' phoï graphic monia, one who hos survived t necessary operations; Alas! when lrefic upon the past forty years of my lifo,' ai ail the misery; danger's,- and adventure throllgh which I have passed, they see insignificant when compared io" my la agonising ordeal.- -- In early childhood I successfully foug' tho whooping cough, convulsiona, ai measles ; then, in boyhood, I was undi a school-master who was a very' tidy, ordi loving man, he used to manifest an especi pleasure in removing minute particles < dust from my jacket, and I havo ali known him, in his laudable anxiety 1 conform to" the laws of cleanliness, fri quently go so far aa to vigorously appl a pioce of yellow fibre, to the seat of m I thin pantaloons. Years after,- when young man, I victoriously resisted tb blandishments of several old ladies wit marriageable daughters 'of an uncertai age, but little did I think that now, at tb ag...

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The Storyteller. THE NEMESIS OF LISMORE CRIME. CHAPTER V. (Continiued.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

THE NEMESIS OF j g?! CRIME/ 1 ! "íro-.l ..BY: YOUNO AUSTRALIA."' ,t .j v CHAPTER V. (Cdntíhued.) -fi '*" ! 4 '..At last hótwas on tho evo,- o£~clutçhjyur] Vthe prize which had for some'years Hem 'MB anibitiou'-^àt" löüg last Weary had; Vbeen' the wbrk,:,"'distastoful often ;:niany; r!had',.beeri.lth<j. sacrifices, which'.ho '.had .VhiadèY,i'Hif,'ltód.'often beort ïprcod;'toi , 'doscen"d'tb'ihtnguej meanness and _truck-; '? lingi' against which ; hisj soul revolted;"to .".deal wjtti'men whom' ho :.&o^^!liX,^^H , piMd,^b'u¥'how his reward had conïé;-'"iind ..the^hoWi'öf triumph,wasat band." r'.~ '- ¡ ; As'.hé'.sat there, .watching the'play'Jof if tho sunUghtf his thoughts wón$':back' into tho ' farv, p'ast, !r his 1 ife " was: * again' :b"efotb '^imi "'Could" ho believe' that jt'ïwasTftho .j Hugh Cunnning.ofthopast'.Wat; sat'.horb ^"'tb-day*'tlio'coming Pfomiervb£,'Àurifera? v"Was itiiiót'^li'á'difcaiui wis tfio immediate r'ba8t^ndt m Orb,than adröarti?''Hè saw the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

DIRECTOKY . AUCTIONEERS_A. J. Simpson, R. G. Balmer, R. Burgess, and A. McCracken, Casino ; G. C. Britt, Lismore ; J. Perry, Alstonville ; J. Irwin, Gundurimba; W. Gollan, Woodburn. BANKS- COMMERCIAL - Manager-W. H. Druke, Casino ; . Docker, Lismore. CASINO SCHOOL OE ARTS.-Officers-Presi » dent: »V C.: Bundock, Esq. ; Vice-presidents : MeBsrs. J. Grime and R. Barling ; Secretary : Mr. H. li. James ; Treasurer, Mr. A. J. Simp- son; Custodian: Master I. Askew. Open, for the present, on Tuesday, Friday, and'Saturday evenings from 7 to 9-3Ö p:in. CHEMISTS.-J. Stocks, Caniaba ; W. E. Reed, and J. P. ï\ Walker, Lismore. CLERGY.-Church of England-Henry Porter, E.A., and H. E. Newton ; Roman Catholic-F. Schurr and M. Shea ; Presbyterian Free Church - Hugh- Livingston ; Wesleyan William GIUBSOU. COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS.-H. S. Elliott, Lismoro ; M. M. Campbell, and H. L. James, Casino ; W. Wilson, Gundurimba ;' John Sharpo, Ballina. DISTRICT COMMISSIONER IN INSOL VENOY_H. S. Elliott. IND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

iifrmmtr lifter AGEICULTUEAL mis MiïùiOltïïwl SOCIETY. PRESIDENT-J. 0. IRVING, Esq., J.r. . . VicE-PncaruENT-P. B. GULLEY, Esq. COMMITTEE-Messrs. N. G. Cnoucn, J. SoiiKitEn, R. G. BAUir.it, G. COLE, S. SHAKLET, Titos. : . MARSK,. JOKN BABLINO, B. SonEiLKit, ' ALEX. LIVINGSTONE, GEOBQE JARVIS, J. L, VESPEB, H. VANDESWABDEN, J. IVINS, P. H. BUN -X>OOK, T. MCFADDEN, 0. ROBSON. SECRETARIES AN» TBSASUBEBS-Messrs. ALEXAN- DER Ji SIMPSON and JEFFREY GRIME. rpHE THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION trill . b0 hold ni the TEMPERANCE HALL and adjoining-GROUNDS, at CASINO, on 1 t Thursday, S4th May, 1877. B3f ENTRIES WILL CLOSE ON. SATUR . DAY, 12TH MAY. . SCHEDULE OF PRIZES. - SECTION 1.-COLONIAL BRED BLOOD STALLIONS. CLASS. .. PRIZE. £ B. d. 1. 4 years and over, First prizo >;- 10 0 . .Ditto . ? . Second prizo - 0 10 0 2. 3 years and under 4, First:prizo 10 0 ' Ditto ' Second prizo - 0 10 0 3. 2 years and under 3, First prizo ' . - 1 0 0 ..... .-Ditto ..«.<'.^Second prizoTí'í-v.-f 0 10 1...

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Plant Acclimatisation in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Plant Acclimatisation in Queensland. -".WEITING respecting tho Exhibition, the ? * S.';M. Herald ' has the following remarks . 'upon "the above interesting subject :-" The; Acclimatisation Society of Queensland send an extremely interesting collection of plants, which they have introduced' into that colony, and have successfully distributed wherever they have had reason to suppose they would succeod. Tho society is one of incalculable 3" ?.' \'\ ? ' ' .? ' .' : -value, and :.the- quietepersevering -efforts.of its members- wilLdoubtle33.ove:itually result in the -creation of .-numeröüa industries .for -which it : ia already seen thé' soil and climate oí Queensland are suited. The society "baa direct- correspondence - ."with every country under the . sun -'-where there ia" reason to suppose that valáable.-plánts may be obtained, ,jand-it neglects no opportunity of introducing them.- Might not -New South Wales leárn a lesion from the Acclimatization Society of Queensland 1 Nb one will ...

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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

. , : . THE WAR. - _ Advices from London atato, that tho RUs -;«iitnH attacked --"Atora, and wera repulsed. ^England and ? Italy observe neutrality. Tho /Kebedive help's Turkey. Tlio pas'sago of the .Dardanelles and Bosphorons is closed. The '?' Roumanian Chamber of Deputies have adop . ted a convention -with Persia, assuring tho > Russian troops a friendly passage. It is ex . ?peoted that-'no important operation)] will take . .place on tho Danube until the owl bf May. ^ .-Hobart Pascha rah the blo'ckadb of .the G-aliv . teso .The Russian troops aro tox'pèdoing the .. river, and arming gunboats, with tho 6b)cot'of . effecting the passage of the Danube, and in : ' -'toñd making a fonvard movement Oh tho . -D'obrudscha- -territory. - Franco remains '-noutral. , , ... (7'Vom the « S. M. TlerahÙ) - London, Àpf il 2-1. Tho Emperor of Russia, in an. Imperial . manifesto, ' recalls, the interest ho has folt on behalf of tho Christians,-' and his desire that .- 'the-amelioration of their...

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New Fruits. THE PEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

New Fruits. THE PEACH. ,*Tnis useful fruit does not, as yet, appear to - be very plentiful in this district, but as it has ; succeeded -admirably in1 'many parts of , . .Queensland, proper sorts, such as those giveu ' below, should do -well here, ; with the right cultivation. In the coast district of "Queensland, which is very similar, to this ; district, the following new varieties have ..doro well:- y ' ; 'CHINESE RACES.-Flat ;Cmina.-À well -known, early variety ; prolific ; ? good, i "Fairholme.-Clingstone seedling from the ?above ; larger and better colored fruit ;, i very , good ; not quite so prolific, » which ls, an vadvantage.' -./- Mowbray's China.-Also a seedling from Flat China,' but of oval form j . ?white flesh ; . freestone ; excellent. ' Elcock. . T-Similar to Mowbray's. "in" origin and '?character, ripening just after ; , very .good. .Early China.-Tho common" - early ; peach prevalent in the coast lands ; very, prolific. ' Double-Blossom.-Another?.; common early peac...

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A BATCH OF WHYS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

 BATCH OF.WHYS. - .' .' WHY_ are ambassors the t moat perfeet people in the .world ?rr:Bbcause they-are all excellencies, '"' -' ' WHY is sympathy like blind man's buff? ~ It is a fellow feeling for a fellow crea- ture, .' : '? : ;U: Why is the aUn like á good loaf?-Be- cause its light when it rises, . ', ; :?> '. :' Why is a crow a brave bird ?-^Became Ae never shows tho white: feather. Why is a sawyer like a lawyer.?-Be- cause whichever way he goes, down comes the dust, . , * Why : are washerwomen .silly people ? -Because they put out their tilba, to catch soft water when it rains hard, ) Why is a man who doesn't lose: his tem- per like aschoolmaster?-Because ho keeps cool (keeps cool). t \ : '?'_., ?Why-are mountains like invalids .?-rBe causo they look peakieh, .'".' Why- are umbrellas like pancakes?-. Because they are seldom seen after Lent, ; t ?'.'.- ; ' ./ :'' '. :'; '" Why is a drunkard hesitating to sign the pledge like a sceptical Hindoo ?-Bocatíse he doubts whether t...

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Facetiae and Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Star — 5 May 1877

Facetio and Scraps. - . /QUOTATION adopted *to some'of our new írónelad3:-"When engines fail, then comes thc tug of war.- , WOOLWICH INFANT'S UNCLES. - Pop- guns. . SHARP PBACTÏCÉ.-The knife-grinder's. STATECRAFT.-Oar fleet in Besika Bay.'" DANGEROUS Ci/ASs-^.First, second, and ? -third,-..' ..-'.,-. ^.w,- ., EASY TO STHIKE.-love matches. I'M on the pacific slope,", as tho Yankee said when he ran a Way from the row. "? .'." '. THE PLUM FOR STAGE MANAGERS.-.Coe's Golden Drop.- . ~ ;. ' WHEN IS an actor íike - .Westminster : Abbey V When he has a Big Ben. AN ICE AFFAIR.-Skating. A II OL Y SüoWf-A- lot -of dilapidated stockings.- ?' .': SOMETHING NEW AT LAST I--A baby ; that* was born this morning. ? ' - - ? ' AN-insarie correspondent -says that he very often reads about the "?driven snow" ani wants to know how it is'driven ? . Why with rains, we suppose; , i '-'...' j, ' "Jemima Susan, did you get my letter ?'? "Yes, Dick.-" "I sentit in the hopesjof raising a flame." "Dick, you succe...

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