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ON GOLDEN WINGS. CHAPTER XXII. CHAPTER XXII. CHARLEY HEARS GOOD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS. . I (By AV. He wall Poole). CHAPTER XXII. ? j CHAPTER XXII. CHARLEY HEARS GOOD NEWS. jjii> woman's cviudci is man's; ,y,ov rise - > "s> "? ^ Dowager Lady Wheeler Long rose early oil the following morning, and Inning Jjjinded to tlio housemaid for iK'rVJittl"°vi M ° tlul domestic region ot nil little ulla, a modicum 0f coifoy in .v soioh ot paper-for a very Tallevraud m domestic «.onomy was the dowa"or -she proceeded to open the window of t a roon. m winch n was <u>r wont to subject ;i trichord Uroadwood to most merciless persecution. Small dogs upon tlie road without, huddling their' tails beneath thein, ahd moaning tlis-' nially at her abominable apology for play, would take to heed;.whilst larger specimens of tho canino raoo would squat backwards on their haunches and jiowl; pvon tho littlo l'omeranian whicli lay upon its velvet sanctum at her feet would refuse to bo passive, unless w possession of a wing of fowl, or dainty sweetmeat, and on...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

rOSTAS. RATES AND BEGULATiONS : /-? -TTl\ ' C [Whore the ' term 'The Cunt iiOll: wealth" is used in connection H ii.ii. lliese rates and: regulations it incitides iVjiua, Lord Uoive'lslani, and Norloik Island.] - LE'JTKBS. Forevery J ounce or fraction thereof. : For delivery within the .Common wealth ?. ..".0 1 . For delivery in the Brit-iili Em-"" ' pi re ... .... .. ...... ;. ..0 1 For delivery iu tlie Mew Hebrides, ' Banks,' and Torres Islands .. 0 2 l''or delivery in other places .... 0 2i LETTER CARDS. For delivery'-'\>'iihiu the Commonwealth: Singife, id. eaeli; re'ply, Id. esich half. "Kor delivery in the linfcish Knipfre isec list of places under "Letters )-Sin . gle. Id. each. . Kor delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands-Single, I'd. each. For delivery in other places- Single, 2jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with ttK Id. stamp, and Reply or doithle lards, each half of which has the Id. sum]! 'impressed.thereon, may be transmitted to places ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

Beamed Bronchitis Cure Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma . Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the che.it ' experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are siibjccf ... to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects & complele cure * It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving.; Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to:' become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is n;. known where "Coughs" h<;ve, on their first appearance. . be;;n properly treated with this medicine. No house should ba without '? it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient ? and a complete cure in certrin. * liold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendo:'i> ff.S lr'»tt.;;2iaP?tfSWi3&,jaOKHaHRI3KyE2JH0BHHHHannH2n!5WSWE!JHKH3EaE£S nr-iti CrttfflSJ^iirauB'jaiip-fliinfit'aaHHHKH...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

Thanks. HE Veatrvof St. Dunstau's Chinch A of England debire to thank oil those who a68isted at or c ihtribnted in any way to tile recent Bazaar To thank each ouo personally would be almost impossible, so many helped, and HO lake this opportunity of publicly thanking nil .Not only do we alao wish to thank the public for their genorouj support,bin wish to ex pi ess our appreciation of the c<>mplite huir.ony and good will tx hibilt'd by all sections of the community. EDQAR SLBK, Hon. Secretary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

Summer CasD Clearing Sale. Genuine Reductions In all Departments. , Full Stocks of the following, which we wish . j; fo"reduce to make room' for autumn and; I, Winter Goods. Remnants of all Descriptions. All hats at Big Reductions; We have some dainty lines in "Ladies Boots and Shoes, Chandler's Underclotliing. We have full Stocks of this well known line. Special orders taken and- executed- with Costumes, Muslins, Calicoes, Underskirts, Cretonnes, Towels, Blouses, Dress Sheetings,- Materials. despatch. J. BLACKIE, CHEMIST, ECU0A. HORSE St CATTLE MEDICINES BLACKIE'S' GRIPE and COLIC PRIJNCH.-It is a most effectual re "ti'edy in all cases of Oripes or Colic. One dose as a rule gives permanent afid immediate relief. Many valu able horses are lost through not hav ing a dose of Blnckie's "3ripe Drench at hand, and dangerous j-eme'dies such ds gin, Depper, ginger, etc., are admin istered w.th fatal results. Gripe or ' Solic demands instant treatment, and no stable sheuld be without liLAGK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

Correct Time for... "Wolfe's-' Schnapps' Harrison, 1*1101*. LTD., CORK MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY HOUSE FOIt Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on All Articles used in the above trades, -. Note Address 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. Guinea Watch (CUNMETAL or NICKEL] Your Moneys Worth and More T. GAUNT & CO. PTY. LTD. JcweSWrt. Watch maker*. OpticUni 337-332 Bourke Street, Melb. EYESIGHT TESTED GRATIS NOISELESS CITY STREETS. Tlioi'o is coming into uso in Germany a cheap and ready method of asphalting a stone-paved streot which is showing good results. The space between pav ing blocks arc olcaned out to the depth ot about mi inch, and then a layer of melted asphalt is flowed over tlio street surface, tho doptli of the layer being about one inch. Before it is cooled, sand is sprinkled on and the surface is smoothed. At Frankfort n section of this kind is now laid, and it nppoars to stand tho wear remarkably wel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

Names Combine " uriousty. Oh>*t <inu Hbont. th« l;»to S'-iwau1 8 <»< lo, w o dh<»i Ned Ke ly, the butihanciT. "mi: ei* intoudeni J Milne roc illed * cm loua f.u.t Hciveiut Steele fit one timo was u member of ifth Mounted P^Iico,escort duty in coi neot "« with the transport of jjoUI from ihu »lg<iugsto Melbourne Th-« uamoJ of the t>corl w.:rc Steele, F;i't, tVjii'ur an) . >" NOTICE. ' ?- i \{ * ' Great Summer Clearing :' Sale STARTS R. Mitchell, The People's Store. IT NEVliE FAILS. "For years wo hava been using Chamber* Uin*s Cough Remedy," says Mr Herbert H, WooHhead, VYpntworth N.S VV.' Wo have six children and never use anything else for the treatment of cough*, colds and bronchial complaints. I confidently recommend ClumbcrlrtinVCoutth Remedy to. everyone, more especially to parent?,wJio-like-tnyflelf imveyounc ehnilretre he.ikii to shfegtmtd It uitvcr fai'n to give relief \n ull cases. Sold by U, Mitchell, the Peopl...

Publication Title: Violet Town Sentinel
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MR. J. GIDDON'S FORECASTS. FLOODS IN MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

MR. J. GIDDON'S FORECASTS. FLOODB IN MARCH. - South Australia's well-known prophet Ip, as usual, up to date with a forecast for 19)4 Our readers will find plenty of variety even to snow in April. It will be disappointing find that we are to have a poor harvo-t, ' rhou/"to thia is somewhat at variance' will) .»lr Wragge's prediction made a few. years back, which listed three relatively- dry sfasono. which ended last year, and four or fivegooi seasons to follow, Horo U Mr Ijiddon'a program: "In New .S»«th Wales, Victo-ln, Australia, and Tasmania the yf-ar opens fine «nd hot, b.;t the middle of J«ou*ry will ex periouce a mons'-Or.al depression, accora* pauied with opprestive sdltitneas and thunderstorms, after which it will be com paratively cool for a few days. Warming up "gain, it will bp fine and warm until the middle of Febrmry, when thero will bes'-mo wiud and cool ahowera, Fiue weather will prevail during tbo,latter part of Febtmry M«rch opens ruHry, but about tho ond of the firs...

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VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, 9TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

VIOLET TOWN SHIRE COUNCIL " - MONl)AY, 9TH FEBRUARY. IVesent: Crs. Forshaw (chair). Black, KtcShane, Henderson, Roach, Bucklnnd, Slitubell, and Wilson. Minutes of the previous meeting and outward correspondence were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Department ..f Public Work:-, stating that the grant for the Nalinga 1 bridtji wus not yet available.-Received From Treasury, forwardingfor sig nature claim for £i50 (Endowment). Received. - From <1. Piozza, asking (bat gravell ing .be done from Plnzzi's gale (o Symes'; and c earing from Kelleher'e and O'Oimnell's to Symea'.- Referred to estimates. From E. James and Russell, asking that £25 be placed OH the estimates fur repairs to Boho road for next 12 months. -Referred to estimates. From Shire of Euroa, asking if the Council would agree to pay half-cnst of boundary work neat Taiuleitgh Butter Factory c osistine of pipe culverts and embankment, at the estimated coat of - £28.-To be informed that Couneil will 6?»i InV.r...

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KELLY GANG'S CAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

LLY GANG'S CAPTURE. .Mr. A. L. M. Stee'e, formerly a ser geant iu tin; police force, who died on Monday at Wangaratta, was tho I man who vi.tualiy b:ought the career j of J1Y.1I Kelly, Hie bushranger, to a close. | Inspecting Superintendent Milne, of I Russell street,, was one of tlio con- j stables, en'jiig'.'il in the capture of the gang at tho hotel at Glenrowan on June 28, 18S0, and he desc.ibed how , Sergeant Steele prevented Keilv from i continuing his shooting at, and de- [ iiaisee of the po.ice. There wc:e many fine marksmen > among the police, yet, notwithstand ing tho fact tliat Kelly was hit by bU.cts, he cont.nued to walk. There was a sound as if tho bullets had struck metal, and St.'ele came to the conclusion that the bush; anger was wea.i.ig armor. St.ce always carried a shot-gun, and on forming the opi nion that Kvhy's defiance was due to tho- bush.anger's faith in armor, S:ee;e secured his shot-gun and fired for Kelly's legs. Kelly staggeied and fell. Stee.c, WHO ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. STKATHBOGIE. Threshing is making gooj progress and returns, so far, are very good, seine freslt . records being made. As far as can be seen al present, the average - yield of oaHs will lie about 30 bushels, but very hijli yiirils havev been obtained in some cas"e3. Sir. Cronyn obtained 12} bags of pr\:i;e Al.jo.ian and 1G bags of Garioji oats per acre, and his average was ne.:r'y n'ne bajs. Th s gentleman has .1 a well-managed farm, and ail kinus if green fodder crops and vegetables , aro at present growing luxuriantly. A sign of the progressive age in which wo livo was the fact that motor cars conveyed mos: of the lar^e crowd of .buyers to the sa'.e, while the buyers were in touch with all the principal centres by telegraph, a most important fac:or in making the sale such a suc cess. Last, but not least, .was the splendid manner in which the sale was adveitised, and the firm are tou< congratul it.'d oa the success. Miss Telford has be oil appointed to the ...

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STRATHBOGIE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

STRATHBOGIE RAILWAY.'. At ibe meeting of'the Euioa Shire (JiiUDuil on Saturday last a petition nag presenled from a number of-residents of Burns afking thut a public meeting be conroiifd to cnimider the desirability ul; supporting * proposed railvr»y iiu» lo Straihbogie. Cr Chanter moved,Or Nagle aeeoiidtdi tliat the. letter be referred to president Tbe president said thai personally he> atrmigly favored action being.- tak'en in> tb» diteolion mdie ted. If a railway line were tu be . constructed to Straihbogie,. aud from present promote it «*n likely to be, it would be better for it logo from Eur.a Ho would' support notion to ensure it going from Euroi,.and fail ing tbe success of that tbey xhuuld he.p* tho Straihbogie people to get the rail way from any point. Tbe distriot-'waa' one of th main supports of Kuro*. lie' bad best) present' at a stock ?ale there dutitig the past week Mid lie had nt-Yer seen a belter tot of young ahe*p any where. He UBdbrftt'iod thai Mr Kelly,. O.K...

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VIOLET TOWN RACES. SATURDAY; 21ST FEBRUARY. ENTRIES. MAIDEN PLATE [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

VIOLET TOWN RACES. 3ATU R DAY; 21a*- "FEBRt/A R.X. KNTR1E8. MAIDEN PLATE' FFREOTONE URRTADDA Y.S UILLEOBAB Loorabex HUMAOITONE 8- 11 Oirl Guldtf*. FMM 8 11 HNRMATA. 8 11' 8 II MALTBOY jq n'' 8'11 PDNGTFTRD'- 8 4. 8 11 KILCOOLIN 8' 4* 8 11. _ LADY- Minuette 0.11 HONEYSUCKLE' HANDICAP* £Ia,nk ,'9ARFCRID8TT P<RT LOUIE LADY Mona HUB Stone Ardmooa BUokuut TIUAL HANDICAP Oar MIASGIBBI- FORMETTUS RENAMED AULIO Wildcrn*#A MALDI Lwdy Skr.pps< PADGLURD Ben's DAISY 8pringb>!t* . Benau.ED Port Louie Kilcoolin . LOOMBEX Oill«nbah Porches Gallee Maid Y;.S NOVELTY PONT RACE Little T^M- 10' 0" Coogee - - 7IO': »10 Little Harry 7. T 9 5 The Mystery 7 0 9' 0 Miss Kathleen 7 0 8 3 Pr. ston Maid 7 0 8 0. Miss Voy j. 0J 8 0 Meatless- *i, Q', A.L.M; Hed Stroik Mavis Lee GUNPOP Brginni# Bed Flag Lileoe WKLTHR* HANDICAP Renamed: Lady- Mona BUnk.Cartridg© MIOI Stooe Umadda ARDMI.NA Blackout Port Louie »AWLIC - Ben'A Daisy Lyunce WI-dernen MAID? Lady SKOPOI Y.S FAREWELL HANDICAP L«DY...

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POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

POSITION OF 3LUBS. Played Won Lost Dr'n Pte. 11

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CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 13 February 1914

CRICKET The result »f S-iiurilnj'i mutches mttkea it fair); certuiii ihat tlin unmi , finals will be comes.ed- liy Euro*,.. I Qoor*m. Violet Town »nd Tumiennhi j though ttie-e i« juat « olintice that the j Buckroadera <Jr Wednesdays may yea di<[il»ce l'ttiiileu^li. Goorum 173 be it T*m i-uuli 48 IWfcniader* 121 (P.>rd 27,0-Xeill' I 21, Locke 19) beat Wednesdays 100* ! (McRenzie SO, Carnegie 19) j Euros & for 105 (Cowell 66) bv*At' Moylunensby 91, Ti> morrow Violet Town will journey to TiioilfU>;h, themituii with Gooranii haring bt-eu postpone! by arrangement"' in mder to allow l&mleiiijh lo get on. with soqjo of their p->Kipoiifif matches. The teum will be ue ected fiom the' following who uro nqiieHtoil to be ready* tole«vo ut 12o!cloik: - Dr. Dariop, Metxr® L>ne, Hulman,. Hnrcuart, Ssxon, Hm.cock, Kelly. Res,. Stevenson, Meyer, Mexwell, F»ir audi Clmke

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

NOTICE. STARTS NEXT WEEK R. Mitchell, The People's Store, ; - IT KEVKit FAILS. "For years vcc have been n3i«g Ctiamber lain** Cough Ucmedy." says Mr Herbert H, \VooJ'hua>i, \V«ntworth N.R.W.- Wo have six ibi'dreu and never ucc Anything else for Utu treatment o* cuugh*. coMsaad bronchial ccmpl-iintA. '1 .- conGdensy .n commend .OivjnsbVrlsin'a Conuh Uetnfi'*y to everyone, more cspicinl'y tcr 'parents, who like taygclf littveycmntf children'^ ke*Uh to e&feguacd. It n-ver to give relief »n ali ciaes. Soid by It. iJilcJiu-l, the Peopled S.ore. 1 SUFFICED AGONY WITH : uisadaghks. . - T highly recommcnd Ghamherluias Tablets to anycue who azScr-i from 'hendacbea, says Mrs M. K. Herry, Marlborough Ud.t Victoria ^ alley, Tasmania..,; I suffered a^ony \vitl» h(>H(tauhfS and tried almost'-everything. Nothing did me, any good"until a friend r*coinmejjilorf|Chumbt r'aiin Tablet-and th*«y soon put mc right aeain. Now 1 would net be without a box of Ch-jmb-rlaia* Tablets in thehoiuc....

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INTERESTING CASE. The Bottling of Cordials [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

INTERESTING CASE. The Bottling of Cordials At tlio Seymour Court of Petty Sea. fi.ms, o.i Monday, before Mr. R. Kuigh!. P.M. and Mr. 1\ D. HcV.ey J.P., Fraud-; G. Fox, of Station street, Seymour, was chat god liy MaUho;w Campbell Leckie, that he <l:d apply to certain goods, to wit, lemon sptash, a false trade dosjriplion, to wit, that of O.'f. Limited lemon squash. l)cfriv.lan; pleaded gui'ty. Mr. Lcckie, who is an inspector of liquors, stated that he went to Mr. Fox's shop on 2-l!h October and he found a squash in ail O.T. bottle. On the bo;t!e was a label, "Lemon Unswcetcn ?<!." it v.a; nit O.T. cq.iash. Mr. Knight.-Ho> did not sell it as O.T. s.piash. Mr. Leckie.-Yes, he put it in ail O.T. i.'oitle. Mr. Knight.-But lie did not offer it for sal*. This man must represent to tlio public that he is selling this. How do-'5 he do it i.i this case ? j Mr. Lackie.-He does it by the em- ! bossing on (he bott.e. I Mr. Kui/h:.-I do no'. s:e that proves j the case. |...

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WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

I WEDDING. i | " i Oa Thursday, February 12-h. « number of the fiieuds and relatives of Uie contracting parlies galhoroJ at tbu Caniauibo .Methodist Church, to witness the marriage of Miss Eiiza May Conquest to Mr Pliil.ip Carter, of Brunswick. Wise Conquest is the eldest daughter uf Mr Charles Conquest, of Cauiauibo. The church wus tastefully decorated by the fiieuds uf the bride. A pretty uich was made, from the centro of which hung a large boll, on which ware the initials of the coulrect iug patties. The bride. hIij was given away by hor father, was charmingly I dressed iu white embroidered silk, auil j wore the customary wreath and veil Tlio bridesmaids Here Miss Elizabeth Conquest aud Miss Millicent Conquest, sisters of the biide, while the bridegroom was ably assisted by Mr A. Conquest (brother of bride) as best man, and Mr U. Cole (cousin <-f bride), as groomsman. After (he cerrmooy, a number of the relatives and near friends proceeded to the residence of Mrs Cole ...

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GOULBURN VALLEY FREEZING WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

GOULBURN VALLEY FREEZING WORKS. . # A commencement has now beon mode with the construction of the Giiulbur.i Valley Freeing Works rear Sheppiirton. '1 he mlrcay siding is in hand, anil irttnediuteiv that is com plated th« bin ding* and machinery will be pushed on with. The works ire contracted lo be completed ready for opermions by 1st September next. in good time for the llornsby g&» motion engines of 187 b h p, are being installed tn drive the electric };onerator and the 60 ton Werner refrigerator; electricity is being generated for driving the fans ffb cli circulate the cool air through the freezing chambers, and for dnV.Dg the rarious primps and con veyors. A boiler will be installed to supply steam for the boiling down wii:ks and <lie nntuure plant. The buildings will bo very compact, and with the different electric conveyors to be put in labor will be eared, and the plant will be capable of economical working. It is intruded during tile slack period of the y...

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COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. Visit to the Mountains. [Newspaper Article] — Violet Town Sentinel — 20 February 1914

COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. Visit to the Mountains. Th': Country Roads Board i3 making a visit to the mountains, travelling through Wall.a'la to .th^ Upper Murray via Wool's Poi:it, Jamieson, Mansfn-ld V/hiifHd, B i-iil, 0;i:ej, and tho Millu. to tho Towoag Shiie. Tho board was mot g:i Friday at GaiJncy's Creek by file Howijua Shire Council, which held a mee.ting iit its honor. In tho absence of tho presi dent. Councillor R...u'.vick occupiei tlio chair. Giving a cordial wel-.ome, Sir cal-ol attoation to the tin i a'loJ tourist attractions of tho Austra'ian Alps, and invitod tho Board to pay its next visit via Maryvil'.o, when it would see what a gro.at national _a?s:>t in scenic beauty and valuable Iinib:-r3 wai'ed only Rood roads to bo developed. Such tilings, however, could 110! be doae by the limited means available under terms of the Country Roads Act, tvljorO the ajr.o.'nt oi the expcniit'ic dnpcn !e.l on tho resources of the Shire. But surely the Board could assist 1:1 the effort...

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