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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

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Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. February 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

Latest Special .Telegraans. [?] i -The'entire cargo of- ^e ship Sir Walter, Baleigh, from Sydney; whioh went ashore|pn the Trench ,«oast, has been salvaged. ; ' ,,:f^;^ ; The Chancellor, of the Exchequer jsayis he is in a position io -pay tbe interest of J'tbe loan ipl . £40,000,000 for defences without resorting 'to fresh, taxation, .-?,-ji'.',-',..;. ^iw j 'The Crown' has declined to prosecute the notorious Mrs. Weldon, on the charge of perjury; ? : ; . . ,?: - '. *..^. The Canadian House of Commons has rejected to ''negotiate the foreign treaties regardless of England. : ? ;' ?' -*-1:' j The .'Birmingham factories are' working day- and night making quick-firing Bhe|T' ammunition. ' ? ? ??. The Australian Joint Stock Bank is issuing 12,500 £10 shares at^24 each. Win. O'Brien has beeuTentenced to a further imprisonment of six months. It is. rumoured on* the Continent that a new Russian loan of three million roubles is imminent. 1 Further attempts to form a new French Ministry have ...

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The [?] Farewell to the Body. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

'l^ife&^fe L ii^pgiiaje'hi^ttiiy -wSBrji mm tried te^» ?, .:-Ww-e iroTOjjpewMw-rewJiitea control, ' '& mSttmM^tot now that fair « diawiug near, ' - I^»us^ t«nctaii*-atiiluig1y6tt so ileac. A»flPy*k-iiiU we, in fte realm of Ooi, 'Hqftjgv^'niy ct inimlo, uioiflfler 'no&tli the cod* $ ', X«W*yow -si|!H»T,'yeiL, yon were wy slara; ! ( T-fl»rpiSspiier,ye». i»bcaic»oerypugave , . - ^J- {?V* JJ1 my «ijrne« vrijglieatita coiuiuanas, . : * - - ^Ssd^i itevarm I leav^Jiose willing litnoa, * , T+tt.ttKikfl(uri«ft,orltc)-»'trel)OoVIroa(l; ? . ' ?{UtitaiKt that tain whtnfcr I Iwde them treiA, XimHfjarim tUnt^dtunicJ ray £ear ones, *uitho .; . --.-liMMRt .???*? . . W . Wfaotsecn ?nrt»re(l xnii litii&g ones ftunlrest. , ISfwe lift fkrougli which mnwrtf etp to G08 ? ' '' JuitverUc^, ~ *' 'Thniffycstlnotwiero the winSo we t« .my prison, ? ,;r3*ir.rt,l«i8e, aS) ifceso, &-mVt angsi 1M» we ?ever. -h Bnu-iaciBrnae, %«-ly, fare thee wpll forerer. . ffge to mine inhe...

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

?- THE BANQUET. ' : In the past the annual banquet in connec tion- with the show has always been held on the night of its close; but as many of the ?visitors like.to get away home on that even ing, this year the committee decided, in order to suit their convenience, to change the time of holding it to the first night The banquet «r-ui imt nn K«r TWi- 17 WillinmR- nf tha^om! Hotel, in which building it was held^nd re flected great credit upon the hoattffor the manner in which it was arranged ; the only ? ? ? ?? difficulty being that there was hardly enough ? sitting room. About fifty persons sat down to the sumptuous repast, amongst them being two ladies, and had it not been for agroncert whiih was being held in the School of Arts, the attendance, both of ladies and gentlemen, would have been much larger. As it was, however, there were quite sufficient present, and any more would only have mode it un comfortable. The chair was occupied by the President, Mr. Laurie, on his right boiug...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT MACQUARIE ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

: ; siMppixG pfrcu.icE»ifck. '-. - ?.;,'? *'? vTOaT tfA^PAMJfcsjVu$S ? .' £ February 16.— May Jennings, from Sydney, j February 18.— JuUm Vogel, from Sjftney. ...-..; February 16.— m. Welliurton, 160 tone, O»pt»W K. Taplio, from Sydney, ftwengen— Me»a«n«« Campbell, Johnitou. C. Hayward; Ear., S. H. Macdade; Messrs. Campbell and Darts, and 3 in the steerage. v euruory io;i tiiwimw, inim oyuuvy. - ? . February JP,- « .s. Wellington, ICO tons, Captain E. Taplin, from Sydney. Paaaencera— Mlssei Smith. Swanaon, jutd PhtUott : Mesdames Phlllott aod » Robinson ; *Jemra. W. C. Robinson, Mulbolland, NaughtOD, J. H. Wright, T. Platt, Chaumet, O. Iiteli6eld. Walton, Levy. Harold, Blade, and MoDougall; and 2 in the steerage. Cargo— SO tons general merchandise /or Port Maequarie. Feliruary 20.— Sualo, from Sydney. February 20.— p.8. Avon, 126 tons, Captain Nicholson, from Sydney. ? * . DBPABTUBM. February 16.— «.s. Wellington, 160 tone, Captain Taplin, for Sydney. February 10.— Louisa Messell, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

frigid ^ffth^r jjfcmjv. ,i foSUjaH ,£ J-,i, ranHE above U^stelr^iB replete,, wi(ji(1ev{3r.j ...- / ?i'-vvy.T.i--3*'-»rl'ri_a_i:r--f'S-V':-;-»T ?? '1 ' : COMIfpiyr^lSfS-'SAMJljEi'lRbOftlS.' ; ' S^ COMFORT KBfk 'COMiMEROr Alj ^.'^Vi^'jN^ SPIRITS,' BEERS, ic., . ' v..;;,ir. di-v--! 3 -i..'A9«..i- ?;??: .....,.'. .! ! ^Qqly ,p£ tfteCJfroicest Brands; The Giiisine is Unequalled out .of / H 'the Metropolis. ; FIRST-LASS STABLING, ATTENPED » TO BY -.A; OATtEFUL IAND COMi PETENT GROOM. - : ' j [cinccr-Aii.| , To Farmers, Stock 6wners^tore| 1 ?'??'.} keepers, and-3thers. ?? ?f ! M&. dOHllSUTATE, . HAVING si^ei-ed oil' conneitiftij . with ^' Tato tiros. -' Age'ricy': ab:d Trading . ' 'Com'pniiy,' Limitpd^'lia^-iiow comnipncpd business mirier (lipjidwieand'style of JOHK . jIATE -$: Co^' as, .Pfodude 'Corurnissian AjrpjitB.and'.Atrctipneers,; 'ttti266ii' Sussex , Aiiy oonsigiuncyts ot Live .'Stofiic' of ''Gem-ra! Tro}U&:Vi\ fruited ti-;tK$r^iro ,»yi|l ,. rpfpiye hksfc) ami '-ili...

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

KELIGIOVS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wesleyak.— Hollands Plains 10-30, Telegraph Point 3, Port Macqnarie T 15, Rev. S. H. Macdade ; Port Maoquarie 11, Mr. J. White; Ennia II, Mr. R. Woodlands, Blaekman's Point 3, Mr. G, Garrott ; Blackmail's Point 7, Mr. J. Malcolm. Also on March 3— Ennia 11, Blackman's Point 3, Port Mac quarie 7 j£, Rev. S. H. Macdade ; Port Macquarie 11, Mr. R. Woodlands; Blackman's Point 7, Mr. R. Woodlands ; Eawdon Island 3, Mr. J. While. Prbsbytiman.— Huntingdon 1030, Wauchope 2-30, Port Macquarie 7*15, Rev. R. Davidson. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1889.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [Bv Eleotbio Telegraph.] Thursday. Messrs, Harrison, Jones, & Devlin quote— Maize, S* lOd to 4s ; hides, 2Jd to 2Jd ; tallow, £19 to £21. Mr. John Bridge quotes— Hides, 6rm, heavies scarce at 3d to 3{d, exceptional lots higher, medium weights 3|d to SJd, lights at the same Quotations, I sold 1618, numerous lots bringing up to 3 Jd ; tallow, £22 0s, I sold 106 casks ; sheepskins, best to 24d each, medium to 18d, bare 12d to 13d, woolled skins of fair size bring to 33d, no very large ones are offered ; maize,' prime old 4s, new3s9d, weevily ? sorts Ss to 8s 6d, moderate supplies ; pigs, porkers 6d to 6Jd, bac* sizes 4d to 4U. Mr. w. Robinson quotes— Maize, 3s to 4e ; pigs, 6d, eggs, Is 4d ; bacon, Od.

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VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

'?*^.~:lf±:;MWE&&M; *-?;-* 2 tai'd.oalAage, ,G. Suters. . :, ? ? '??:.'.- lWen#rii$Eis1:,W;.:H. Garrett, '.. . v : : j . , idoren Swede turnips, A, Trotter, ,. :- j l^azwifSLSni^Jtw;?. TOfoiberA ?'. ?':'* :', * doien flarrote, T. Elf ord. r. ?;-;- ?-??.-..,; -.-. ' .4 dotenicucuoiberB, 0. Smitb., f\ ? VS ,' Peok French beans, G. T. Hallidajr. '8 pumpkins (eatiuj?), W. Wesley. Chillies, T.'A H. Warlters tecomiuended; forpfiee. '??? .. -^ . ,.-. !?..'. ? . Squash, W. Wesley recommended lor prise. ? : Rhubarb, G. Duck recommended for prise. l?ie melon; T. Woodlands recommended forprire. vegetable .morrow, W. Wesley recom mended for prize. . Collection potatoes, not less than 3 varieties, H. J. Halliday I, C. Smith highly commended.; | cvft early rose potatoes, Mr. A. E. -Rountney's special prize, J. G. Mclnty-re. ' . £:cwt. Manhattan potatoMjf Mr. A. E. Pountney's special prize, T. STElford. Qrka, S. E. Scott recommended for a . sil?gr medal.

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Our Common Inheritance. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

— Oflrfff'11*'^ TrT'Priferiog.j ; The occupation of land is » synple-.sounding phrase.* But what^ we Wyjinstead/ipl it, ia warfor land-^-land a^iMt life .iand' both against law, for-feo if we tall ^things by --their proper .names, so it stands-^ bloody, war, whioh rages ~ against rich and pr»ri and againBt the laws that are insufficient tor the defence of either; a mutual war pf the. stomach . against ..the purse, vice term — of desperate passion on behalf1, and for the relief of inevitable hunger-^ofi, the right to live, original and unalienable, -against the right to possesa, the creation of 'conventional Bociety. — London Times, Feby. 4, 1844; Land monopoly not only absorbs the fruit of industry, but aUo hinders its progress. — Jbbbb Collinqs, M.P. The present system of allowing any one man to obtain absolute ownership of as much land as he can get, and to use it, (or not to use it) in what way he chooses, not only swallows the fruit of industry, keeping down employers' profits a...

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Facts in Human Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

' Facts in Human Life. There arc 3064 languages in tho world, and its inhabitants profess more than one. thou-i sand religions. The number of men is about equal to the number of women. The average* of life is about 33 years. To 1000 persons' only one reaches 100 yeah of life ; to' every Kid civ rnofli theatre nf ti.ri nnrl nob more than one in 600 lives to 80 years. There are on the earth 1,000,000,000 inhabitants ; of of these 33,033,033 die every year; 91,824! every day f^ 3739 every hour; 60; every minute, or one every second. The married ? are longer lilted than the single, arid above.' allf those who observe^ sober and industrious ? conduct. Tall men live longer than short! ones. Women havo more chances of life jn , their favor previous to 50 years of age than ' men have, but fewer aftorward. The^number) of marriages is in the proportion, -of 7£j to 1000 individuals. Marriages are more fre quent after equinox, that is, during the months of June and December. Those bonfe in spri...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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The Intelligence of the Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

The Intelligence of the Horse. k ? ? ? ? ? flS * ? ? In a criticism upon the intelligence of the horse, one of^ur^xchanges^haB J;he following, capital offset*—^ horse. in -one of -our stables thinks that the intelligence of his owner,* mail, has been greatly over-rated. He has known, him to drink whisky until he became brutal aud drove and whippod him until he dropped from exhaustion.* He has known, him to gamble in lotteries, bet on hoise races, %it in a draught until ii% takes cold, eat ice cream and drink hot coneo at the same meal,' eat of everything to gormandizing, take medi cine to euro his indigestion, and immediately! over-eat again and repeat the operation. He lias known him to gr issly abuse his animals, his employees, J)is wife and his children ; to gamble aud drink halt' the night aud then ex pect to have a level head for successful busi ness the. nest Aorning. He has left lusxolte ar.d calves in tho cornfield and on mean*pasr tures all.the winter long to train them to ...

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Teaching a Horse to Pace. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

Teaching a Horse to P&co. In regard to pacing, a colebrated French Author, writing on tho subject says: — 'A great deal has been written on the subject of making a horse lead off with his right or Jett foot, as we may desire ; but after a oareful perusal of all there is to be found trcatingpn tbifSatter, we have found no positive infor mation about it, aud believe tfe^t it is not possible to give rules for producing this result with Certainty under all circumstances. Still there are very many riders who do it, although they cannot clearly tell another person bow it is to be done— just as expert swimmers or skaters perform with ease feats of sffil which they cannot teach to others, or directions for which cannot be written.' A; horse will, if properly handled, lift that foot first on which there is least pressure or weight, and if the weight be changed from one to another the action or ' leading' will be transferred to that on which thu lraist weight is bearing. There is cert...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Sound. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

'??''- ???;?. JSotulcL JFnMthtSu,Uman.i ' , THB«tudy|)f jtfc*P»eno|»ena|oJ;^onnd 5s i.»f_ more than Mnlryinteresilfo?. in addition to the impoltance of the subject itself, it tends direotly to the consideration of those rythmetical motions caljed vibrations, AraveB, or undnktions wbjch arc known to play Such in imnortftnt nart in mauv of i.he most remarkable^ phenoiucna 'of v the fphysical universe, ^'erhaps'the mbst simplo illustra tion of this kind of mbtionis to be' found in the movements of the common pendulum. If ire take the bob of a pendulum land Jdraw it to one side of the' vertical 'line,' we, of naceasity raise it somewhat further from the ground, and on letting it oat, the. force of gravity draws it back to its original position, towards which it descends with everincreas ing velocity. On, arriving at the vertical position, bowever, the bob does not stop there, because it has acquired a certain amount of motion, and all bodies tend to .continue moving after being once bei...

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For Ever True. CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

For Ever True- ', CnAPTER XXII. Tt was * «old, raw taorni^, and the -«n»pty branches of the; tiroes waved and tRoanod in tin; Mesfc wind,^£akiag a tort of ' sad harmony to his thoughts^ ? ? ?-' Yoa are mot very lively to-day,' Dorothy laugiiod, slightly, after awhile, breaking tbe . ioniMiause. » ? Worry start|c. . m \ * 'I beg vour pardun, Dolly,' ho said, hurriedly, ' I — I did'not deep very woll lost night, mid I am 4ot up to much this morning.' ftorothy looked at Iiim^miiously. ' I, wish you would see Dr. Roberts wjien ho c-Mot'iB to-dar,' elm fviid, slowly. Dnry iauglic.ii outright at that ; it was not ? wty Ik ar|y laugli, liouiurer. ' Dear little coz, f am all right, nothing tliH nitttwa- uiUi aio except lazmnss. I have Jwnii idlr fiw \(tt,\f_ ; I mast go back to work as snon as Uncle Humphrey- is a bit stronger. ' q| ' f — kr hnp'd 3'au would have slayu9 over ClirleAsas, Derry.' , ' \vky, that is sjoolts on yet, and to tell you the troth, Dally, I fancy I shall go abroad at ...

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Man and His Shoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

f Man and Sis Shoes. How -much a man is like oM shoes! ¥\ir Instance— liotaaioul may lose; B»th hive lieeu -turned ; both ai» tnade tigfct Sy cobblers.; .buth have left auil right; ?Butli n«ei1 a turte to be complete. ' '-'Ilty TiBth nroi] liciling, oft are sjlca, Ai\H 4*th im time turn nil to mould. , VoSfc ahaes tke^ant ie firit; yAb men . * ' Tto trat xhail be ilie lost; a4RrheB ' TV «ioe« weed- --rt Uioy'ne mended new,* Wfars wen w«&r out tlii-yVe tocu-dead tea. 'Tkey tostb itre trod cjwiii ; and both \\TB*ne«rt-» others, motlingSeth. # Roth Jiavc their ikj£,*and 'soth Snclino, WV-en piiUslreil.iwtlie world to eliine.

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The Late Election. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

The I*tf ileofcion. TO THE KDtTOa OF TUJJ POBT MAOO.D4BIE KKWg. 1 peal paragraph rrferrjng to 'ihenominationB, iny!Mnie^l; uSffluim l^^jjgfcnqii ikq. concocted a tek^ram to the effect that Mr; McKinnon had offend to contest the Pad dington eluetorate in the interest of freetrade.' mow, as uii«cuarg« is uuwin ». vciy jpuw sive manner, Mid reflects upon me aad my conduct as a business man, allow me to state the true facts of Xbe case in as brief a manner as possible. ™ In January, 1888, Mr. W. /. Trickett resigned as £ momber for Paddiugton, and for several days there was no f reetrade can-: didate**hiiounced through the* press. Mr.j Boddiugton, came to» me one morning and askea me did I know who was going toj stand. A* Faddlngton in the freotrado interest^ I toji him as far as I knew there iwas no one- nflpfoned. He then distinctly told tne he would not mind contesting the election, provided he was supported by the Freetrade Association. I told him Mr.1 JTessep informed me that there...

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Democracy in the Middle Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 23 February 1889

Democracy in the Middlo Kingdom. A MissiOKABv at Aiuoy, who has boon ' trying to understand the powers that be' in China, has discovered (says the Christian World) that tho Chinese, so far from being petrilicd Conservatives, are really in their own way democratic. The Emperor and Mandarins aro not unchecked autocrats, but miicrtmn u wnoiesome areaa or a iainy elioctive public opinion*. The democracy of China is evident from the. fact that the pepplo can appeal from the lower to the higher ollioinls, from the higher officials to Pekin. Tho pcopljthavc exerted their power to put a stop to obnoxious industries ; eiituusivo trades have been extinguished and' Imperial examinations discontinued at^Jioir demand. Representatives of the people may rise to high olliccs. Local reforms are suggested and extensively cfjrried out. There is real pjpular reprcswitation in China on . a small scale and locally. Tho ^elders in Kwnngtuug and heads of clans irtw^lhkicn, Ac, are representatives of the pe...

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Election of Speaker. MR. J. H. YOUNG CHOSEN. MR. J. P. ABBOTT DEFEATED BY TWO VOTES. SYDNEY, Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Slo6tio& of SpodESTa ? MR. J.H. ITOUNG CHOSEN. ,.-: ? x ? -* ? ? ?* MR. J. P. APBQTT DEFEATED BY TWO VOTES. (Br Tblsqraph.) Sydney. Wednesday afternoon. . Mr. Young beat Mr. Abbott for the Speakerehip by two votes. ? ' ? ' ', ?'* . Thursday. Mr. Sydney Burdokin, rising from Jiis place, and having been pointed to. by the Olerk of Parliaments, said that two years ego he had the honor of proposing.Mr. J. H. aud Manning, for the position of Speaker of that House. He Lad the same honourable j duty to perform on the present occasion. \ No word could be said against Mr. Young'6 political life, and in his position as Speaker he had beenajnost courteous, gentlemanly, ' : and fair man, possessing all the qualities and | experience necessary for the position ; and 1 ait he wan nnrfninlv the Iwat man theV COUld ^ elect to the chair. (Hear, hear.) Mr. Young bad for the past eight years represented his constituency, and had won the respect of the House and the respect of. the colony. Ae S...

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Quarantine Your House. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 2 March 1889

Quar&atiao Tour Bouse... Yon must quarantine against immoral litera ture. This is a deadly .poison. It conies in various and attractive disguises. Exclude it as you would the germs of pestilence. To effectually protect your homes from its bane ful influence, supply them with healthy literature. It is as easy J» cultivate a good as a depraved literary taste in 'flie children. They will read something, and what, they road, will exert *u important influence on their character. Let your most' earnest effort be exerted to keep . out of the house the sensational novel, the blood-curdling tales of vice, the obscene pict ires, the whole ?flood of wicjjjed, degraded, crime-producing literature that threatens us. Put in reach of your families good papers, magazines, and books. Bait them with a chaste story, and keep them supplied with wholesome know ledge. A bad book may prepare your son, for the cell of a felon. A novel may vitiate tho whole life of your daughter. ' ' ' A tradesman a...

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