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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

import&at. # BOLD ! filff ! fiOLD ! Boots. Boots. IBoots. CHRISTMAS IS COMING, » F. HOTLEIS Christmas Supply OP BOOTS & SHOES ARRIVED PER S.S. WELLINGTON. The Quality Is €ood, the Assortment Bcltfcr, and for Cheapness and Neatness we defy Competition. ALL these lines have lieen purchased from the Official Assignee for the insolvent ostate;.of Messrs. G. Brown & Co., of Oxford-street, at' a fifty per cent, discount, and are now being sold at Sydney prices, Fi-eight and Commission added. This is no boast, but * reality, which always comes ?fter a,fatality. Heads of Families and others should at once take advantage of this opportunity, and purchase at HUTLEY'S oil Boots and Shots required for Christmas. F. HUTLEY, PRACTICAL BOOT MAKER, Horttm-street, Port Macquarie J. MADDOX, Hairdresser & Tobacconist, HOItTON-STKEET, Port Macquarie, BEGS to announce to the inhabitants of Port Maajuarie and the general public that he has now for sale a LARGE & CH...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

NOTICE. ' FROM and after the 1st of April the price of BEEF will be 4d per lb. tor prime joints and steak. .J J. & E. McINHKRNY. ? ? j| GEOBGE WALLACE. Wanted to Let FOR a term of yeans, on a Clearing Lease, a farm at Stoney JBuek, on the Redbank Estate. For further nlBulars apply to B. McIKHKBNY. ? m . ? Port Macguarie. Iimiortant Sale* ^ It % forking Bullocks & Horses ON SATURDAY, APRIL 6. AT WAUCHOPB. %P. DANIHER HAS received instructions to sell by Public Auction On Saturday, April 6th, AT 3 P.M., ^ IP Working Bullocf s. The auctioneer can recommend these bul locks as a splendid lot, amongst which there are several leaders and polers, and anyone in search of a really first-class team -could not do better than attend the sale. Also, at the same time andjtolace, a number of Draught and Saddle Horses, Broken and Unbroken. P. DANIHER, Auctioneer. SALE *)F Landed and Other Property In the Estate of the late Mrs. Warlters, of Hollands Plains. JAMES BUTLER HAS been inst...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Anything but a Government Billet. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

Anything but a Goveromttxt Billet. A WBSTEBN ; Mtyttar ; was tellingsome friends bow.he saved a young man from a fate worse than penitentiary. He had just returned from . .the ' Marble Room, and held 'in bis hand the card of a member of the Legislature in his titate. *'It Ypas years ago,' said the Senator; 'when I Was in the House.' A bright young fellow ' with a turn for politics came to me to know - if I could get him a position ;n the Treasury ?Department at Washington. He was just out of school, and thought a place like that would be all that anybody could want I told him I could get him a place in the Treasury Department, but I added that if he took my advice he'd do better to steal sotnething and be sent to the penitentiary for a few years. The young man opened Iub eyes and wanted to know why. ' Because,' I 6aid, ' if you spend five years in the penitentiary, when you come out you'll have a trade and be able to cam your living. If you . get a Government position at Washington,...

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SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

SYDNEY. Thursday. There are twenty-six cases of typhoid fever in the Broken Hill hospital. The City Council has shelved the Metro politan Tramway Bill for three months. Sir Henry Parkes opens the agricultural show at Gosford on April 5. . The Sydney Lloyd's Association has declared a dividend of 30 per cent. A man named John Baker was killed yesterday by a fall from the Hawkesbury railway bridge. Mr. Abigail is to be banquetted at the Town Hall on April 8th. Friday. The conference between the masters and operative plasterers ended without a settle ment being arrived at. Seven men, accused of inducing people to personate at the late Central Cumberland election, have been committed for trial. The Webster court-matial has concluded, and the accused has been found guilty. In bankruptcy, Judge DeAel) made an order of dissolution to the E-isiny Sun South Silver Mining Company. The Brisbane Tramway Company lias been robbed of about £10,000 annually by the employees manipulating the bill pu...

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Notes by a Bohemian. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

Notes by a Bohemian. There has been much commenting on Sir Henry Parkes' foreshadowed policy — adverse end favourable — and lively times are expected in the Legislative Chamber as boou as the House moots. As an ^Xdcnda to his oft-repeated promises, me frenuer rnigut have added 'that lie was doubtful of being nl ile to carry out all the reforms the country needs, owing to the strong and determined threats heralded by the Opposition, and that another general election seemed inevitable! to give a working majority to the present Government. The proposal to form an agricultural establishment under the protecting wings of the Mines Department is, to say the least of it, most absurd ; for of all the departments of Government, the Mines gives the lowest per centagc of satisfaction to the public. It is a perfect hotbed of extravagance and muddle. Agriculture has been badly treated and neglected, but the worst fate that could befall any effort in its progress would lie to involve it witli.tli...

Publication Title: Port Macquarie News And Hastings River Advocate, The
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Latest Special Telegrams. LONDON. March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

^;^!^p^eci^.i[^Bpams, ' /?W' ?? -LONDON. . 'a. ?? ? ?„- : Thf jissojoiated Cbatntmre of Commerce advocate emigration from tbe. United Kingiipw.; ......'. . , '.. Dr. .Hannay advocates the practice of noted English ministers going on occasional circuit!*, Wid occupying Australian pulpits. The disputed cause in tbe Hungarian Army Bill, compelling officers to pass an examination in the German language, has been carried. Sir Graham Berry asserts that Melbourne is one of the strongest cities in the Empire against an open enemy. John Bright is dead. The betting on the Oxford Cambridge boat race is 7 to 4 oh Cambridge. At a meeting of the Royal Colonial Insti tute, Sir Baden Hovvell spoke in favor of trustees being allowed to invest in Colonial stocks. Mr. Hawker, M.F. for Adelaide, declared that the colonies had borrowed excessively, and quoted South Australia as a prominent example. Mr. Speight declared that (the securities of the Australian colonies 'were equal to those of the Bank of -...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

Local and General News. The Rev. S. H. Maodade. — Perhaps at no time in the history of Wosleyanism in Port Macquarie has any minister of this denomina tion severed his connection with his congrega tion with greater pleasure than did the Rev. S. H. Macdade, who left this district on Mon day last. Of him it has been said he was ' all things to all men.' How true this may be we cannot say, but it was a fact that he for got self in the discharge of duty, and taxed his energies even beyond endurance, in order that the Gospel of Christ may be preached. The financial prosperity of the *church occupied his attention at the proper time mid place; and through his able advocacy the sum of £50 was donated at the last Confer ence towards the debt on this circuit. A new church has also been erected at Black man's Point through his exertions. He entered upon his work here in the face of financial difficulties, not 'to mention others that he was no doubt familiar with ; and these iau«t have sorely ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

Cricket. On Saturday last a match was played on the local ground between the Port Macquarie and Wauchope clubs. Ouly one innings was played, resulting iu an easy win for Wauchope, as the following scores will Bhow :— Wadchope. W. Soters, c Suence, b Thorpe ... 37 J. Thurling, run out ? 0 J. Suters, c and b Thorpe ... ... 2 J. Andrews, c Spence, u Hattersley ... 17 A. Cameron, b Spence ? 1 W. Smith, c Spenee, b Thorpe ? 12 R. Sumnicmllo.oLocliton.b Hattersley 34 B. Selkirk, c Snenue, b J. L. Kuthven 9 C. Casey, b J. L. Ruthven ? 25 P. Roach, l.b.w., b Hattersley ? 1 * J. iVallacc, not out ? 0 ^ Sundries ? 16 Total ? * ...154 Pokt Macquarie. J. L. Ruthven, not out ? 51 J. K. Flyun, l.b.w., b W. Suters ... 0 W. A. Spence, b W. Suters ? 0 A. E. Pountncy, bW. Suters ? 3 C. Loekton, h.o.w., h W. Suters ... 4 W. Hattersley, b \V. Ruters ? 3 A. J. Thorpe, b W. Sutcrs ? 0 G. Ruthven, b W. Suters ? 3 K. G. Martin, b W. Suters ? 1 K. D. Wilson, b W. Suters ? 4 H. Reed, b W. Sutors ? 2 Suudrics...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

: iMifflipiM Conaoil. The usual forihightlyv;inepting of this Council was held jn the cbambors, Fort Maoquarie, on Tuesday lost, Matj^i 26, when there were present— The Mayor (in ^he chair), and Aldermen Oavanagh, Hay ward, Hirjbard, Jennings, and Gaul. ?runnn The minutes of the previous meeting wage read, after which Alderman Jennings moved that they be alopted. This was seconded by Alderman Hsywjjd, and carried. £ O0R.RB8PONDKNCE. A communication* was received from Messrs. Young ^and; Roberts, stating that they would urg#Qpbn the department .the necessity of graifpng the ?? application of the Council to ^have a certain /portion of the foreBhore set apart as anj^byster and recrea tion reserve. Another from Igx. Bourne, asking an extension of. time to spout .the premises known as Tozer's buildings, asjie was very busy just at present. A letter was tendered from the Council Clerk, thanking them for post favors, aid asking tljem to take into consideration the raising of his salary, wh...

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Four Hundred Miles by Coach and Buggy. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

Fo^r Hundred Miles by Coach and Buggy. Ma. S. Bibkknsuaw, of the Salvation Army, has been to Port Macquarie, and a short account of his visit, as recorded in the War Ctj/, may not be un interesting to our readers. We make the following extract :— Iu October lost Port Macquarie was sur |jiuca at tue Buveiit ui me oaivaiiun Army. Aiany said we couldtto nothing there, as the people were so good. But we Irejoice in the fact that God's Kingdom has been extended by men and women getting saved, and these being imbued with tbe war spirit were anxious to become soldiers. So the Major decided to pay this town a visit'. 'Your only chance is overland,' so wired Captain Snow, as the regular boat disappointed us. We jumped on the uoacli at Hexhara and about 8 o'clock in the morn ing we arrived at a small town called Gloucester, which is at the foot of a chain of mountains which we commenced to ascend the same night, and when we reached the top the driver cracked Mb whip and the four horses went f...

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Rollands Plains. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

Hollands Plains. (FROM OUB OOBRESPONDEST.) _-. ?? J HE weather tor the past few months has, been very dry and warm, so far so that vege£ J tation of every description became parched and withered, creating serious thoughts con cerning winter feed. On Sunday a change took place, and we have fcen favored with a few nice showers, though rather late, for winter crops and feed. Corn-pulling during tho past week has been pursued with great vigor. The ea,rly .crops are turning nut splendidly. Some few consignments have been shipped already. The late crops arc not nearly so promising, but 1 think rattier a failure. The only line of business which seems to. thrive is that of hawkers, as scarcely a day possess without a representative in some line, creed, or color putting in an appearance. Tho Rev. Mr. Macdade visited the Plains, intending to preach his last sermon prior to his departure for England on leave of absence. * On Wednesday last Mr. John Hall, of Balfengarra, resigned what is called...

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Rawdon Island. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

«_ ^^.JBa/w^aJ^Jid.iJ: TO THE F.DIT0E igFaHE-0ET HAWJDAEIE WEWS. ^ ?aLHwr pi r, -jviinir, —x see w many laying xo ^figure inborn Jiaper, uiuce our sbo»', abpnt one tiling and *uiothp r, thajt I *ave-Ben-e^«d with Jlie ambition *oS.ryuiy tiana with the rest.- t-«eea)ur Hawdon' Island correspondent Jias « letter in last week's issue, aud he lias told you all the news.1 Well, I suppose I, must begin with the .weather and the crops; but ttnl won't do, for he will say, 'Oh that iB only a/copy of mine.' But there, I forgot, we have had fine rain, so that will save my bacon iu the copying line. 1 don't know whetfior this rain will do us any good. If it is general it might bring down the price of jnalze, and that will be a bad job. I see our correspondent says the sample is good, but I don't think it will be first-cbuw, for I never saw so many weevil come out of the field. But, Mr. Editor, I am afraid niy ambition has got the better of my discretion this time, in trying to write; If you onl...

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

Official Correspondence. .. TnE following letter has been addressed to Me«3r«_ Young and Roberts, M.'sP. :— Department of Public Works, Sydney, 22nd March 1889. Gentlemen,— InJ reference to the petition presented by you on«the 22nd ultimo, signed by surveyed from Bellangry to Holland's Pl&ius may be opened for traffic, I am directed to inform you that the Seqrctary for Public Works, in view of the teports received, is unable to accede to the request of the petitioners as it is considered that th» required expenditure is not justified by the traffic, — I have, &c., J. BAULING. As evidencing tho growth of cambliqg, a series of Carrington handicaps took place last Sunday, near Mourc 1'uik, Sidney, between boys whose ages range from 10 to 10 years, and conaultatioua were held uu each event, Some burglars broke into the convent at Carring. ton, Sydney, aud stole the rohos belonging to tha priest, the dieeaoa of several uuus, aud a email sum of mouey.

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Progress Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

Progress Committee Meeting*. The regular meeting of the Port Macquarie aud Hastings District Progress Committee was held in the Good 'Templars' Hall, Emtis, on Saturday, 23rd March. The following delegates were present — Messrs. G. Lindsay ^iu ui« vititLi j, ur. t?uu;r5, xi-. K/ruig, j. outers,' K. McKenzie, H. L. Wilson, J. Rowsell, aud F. Dawes (assistant secretary.) The minutes of the previous meeting were read aud confirmed. Official correspondence, as published in the local press, was also read. Sir. B. Craig moved, that the secretary be, instructed to write to the members, and ask them to again urge that a sum of money be placed on the estimates for a bridge over Morton's Creek. - SnrtrtTirtorl Viir Alt* -T I?.nurei.l1 nnrl stavfiaf] Mr. F. Dawe9 moved, that the secretary make application for the surveyor's report on the Broken Bago road. The motion was seconded by Mr. T. SutorB, and carried. Mr. E. Craig moved, that the secretary make application, through the members, to have...

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 — 30 March 1889

? smrriNG iKTUiJiii(ai:Nci|. [?] March 23.— p.B. Avon, 12*f tous, Captain James Nicbiileon.irom the Belliugci-. ? . Muruh Ui.-^-tJeorgiDa DaviB.jfrom Sydney/ llaitli 24.— JuliuD Vogel, front Sydney, m March 24.— u.s. Penimbutt, 200 tone, gSptahtj Anthon, from Cuff* Harbour, where 30,O0Oft.» of ' codar «as xliippoil. ? ' March 20.— p.( . Avon, 125 tons, Captain James ♦Jidiolson, from the Bellinger. JHUIUJI «W. ? »««? 1* milllUUJI), JUU ICH1B, U||IUUI1 Tupliu, front Sydney, rnset-'ngore— Him--iWylo, Rev. A. Cooper, Meimre.fi. Wood lauds, C. Wood '??nds, Wiukliani,.foid, Chapiuan, Dunn, F. Clark, _./il 3 in tlie stocisge. Cargo— 20 tons for l'oit Maci|uario and 10 tous for the Bellinger. DKFAKTUKIiS. March 23. — p,e. Avon, 125 tous, Captain James Nicholson, for the Bellinger. March 23— 8.B. Wellington, ISO tons. Captain H. Taplln, for the Clarence. Uurcli 25:— 6.8. Fcrnmount, 260 tone. Captain Anthon, for Syduey. Passengers — Miss Nolan, Jtev. S..H. Macdade, Mr. Bell, and two families ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

PORT; 3tf ACQUARIE.* 'IjIOR the convenience of country clients, Mr. 0' * Kemp visits Wauchope every Thursday, STAR HOTEL. HORTOSTSTREET, ' Port Mlacqij^rie. |. tin 'pop ouch PROPRIETOR. THEii'jove Hostelry is replete with every modern couvenience. The Bedrooms are spacious, lofty, and well ventilated. PLUNGE ajjd SHOWER BATHS. ' COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS. ^g- COMFORTABLE COMMERCIAL ROOM *^ THE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, ixt, AUE Only of the Choicest Brands. The Cuisine is Unequalled out of the Metropolis. FIRST-CLASS STABLING, ATTENDED TO BY A CAREFUL AND COM PETENT GROOM. [ciuculae. | To Farmers, Stock Owners, Store keepers, and Others. MR. JOHN TATE HAVING ' severed all connection with 'fate Bros. Agency aud Trading Company, Limited, has now commenced business under the name and style of JOHN TATE & Co., as |jProduce Commission Agents and Auctioneers, at 260a Sussex street, Sydney. Any consignments of Live Stock or General Produce entrusted to,their care will receive best and im...

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS. Chukcii of England.— Ellenborough 10*30, Yarnis 2-30, Rev. 11. Wilson ; Port Macquarie, 7'15, Rev. R. Kelly. Also on April 7— Port Macquarie 11 «jid 715, Uev. B. Wilson. Phusditkrmk. — Port Macquarie 11, Wauchope 3, Rev. R. Davidson. Also ou April 7— Rollands. Plains 10-30, Telegraph Point 3, Rev. R.I Davidson. ? t Wesleyan.— Port Macquarie 11, Mr. G. Ganvtt ; Kawilou Island 3, Mr. J. White ; Black man's Point 7*15, Mr. J. Malcoin. Also on April 7 --fort Macquarie 11, Black man's Point 3, Mr. A. Jliiscio ; Port Macquarie 715, Mr. J. Boltnood ; Kuiiis II, Mr. J. White ; Rawdon Island 3, Mr. J. S.ccmibe; Blackman's Point 7 '15, Mr. R. Woodlands. A SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1889.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [BY ElECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

t'OHMEBCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Sydney Markets. [By Electric Telegraph.] Thursday. Mr. \V. C Rohinson quotes— Maize, 3s 8d ; pigs, Sd ; eggs, Is 61I ; good poultry scarce* Mr. John Bridge quotes— Hides, I offered 1773 to-day to an extremely large attendance of buyers, last weckjB rise was improved upou by Jd on ordinary weights, I cleared the lot at— for extra heavies 3J.I to 4jd, licavics 3d to 3|d, medium weights 3.1 .to 35-i,Aghts 2|d to 2|d; 'tallow, 5s firmer, owing to eRcusive orders on the market, prime £19 7a &L.to £19 I2s 6d, I Bold 94 casks; inaize, market steady, prime new 3s 8d, inferior 3s ta^Ss 0d, prime' old 3s 9d ; pigs, supplies large, demand easy, porkers, 4Jd.

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Paddiag[?]n Again. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

[?] JO THE EUITOE OF THE POUT MACaUARIB NEWS. Sir,— Tuere liafiieen a great gal of fuss made io reference to whether. I effaced to rtana7;;for' .Paddiugton as a f leetmcler. srlow, if I offered to stand ? for the Maeloay, : for itiBtabce, : surely jtlie Macleay people would ikuow.fy^iu fact, it i% oq 'them you would depend for a. reliable answer to the question/; Just bo with Pudding ton, now 16 ^ the midlngton electors never heard of jit? How la H that the matter wa& unknownVutside of the freetrade clique of Sussex street, who were indebted to A. V.Urew for all tboir information? These are'all reaaonable'quea tious to berin withj*jut we will go' further, and need to aiiaiyseTill that ban been adduced iu r of Mr. Drew's statement. Mr. Stephcnson, a large jmpoitcr, and a personal friend of Mr. Drew, eays heliuird that I wan going to iitaud for Pad diugtou, but it «w onl}' haumay, as' ho had the manliness to write to uio us follows:— That ' iu justice to you I must admit that ...

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Temperance Work. TO THE EDITOR OF THE PORT MACQUARIE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Port Macquarie News and Hastings River Advocate — 30 March 1889

:'~ -.'Jg^ftn^j^BjWoik,-; ?':'?;? ?tO THB'EMTOn O- SEE rOJIT MAOQU^BU KEWfl. -. ,' Siiy-^At the risk «f beiug eoiiBideiiea^liri-i grateful ^tbrjjthe^lnnd words of mj^ifenil^ 'your Laurieton correspondent, conoemjug: .?'?' myself,! am -compelled io toko exception to his opinion in reference to the way iu '??Which, moderate oYiulcers were dealt with at the hannpny meeting of which, he writeB, I certainly cannot plead guilty to^ liavjng assumed that all who are moderate arinkers will of necessity become drunkards. To have uttered such an assumption would haveitocu contrary to common sense, and eutirelyjit variance with my . own experience, ^*I nunilier among my personal friends jnauy whoso excellent qualities command respect and esteem, though moderate driitkcrs UDt witliKtaiiding. These, -to my certain' kriTOi ludgo, have never oxceedgd the houuds oT strict moderation, and 1 have good reason to hope never will ; consequently - 1 could not be so false to my own experience us to hold th...

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