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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

Local and General News. Members;of the Penshurst Coursing Club held another successful hare drive ; this week, in Mr T. Dwyer's paddock. There was quite a large attendance .including a number of couvsing; men. from Koroit and tlie sport was greatly enjoyed. Thirty-two1 hares were cap tured, which were sent to the Koroit Plumptou for use at their meeting. Tiie State Elections will probably be held during the second week of No vember. Already a large number of candidates ate in the field, and politic al organisations are getting busy with the selection work. A party of Californian irrigation ists, who paid their own passages to Australia, arrived en route for tins State. They are seeking suitable land to carry out operations in intense cul ture. £ -' . So fair there has only .been one vol unteer enrolled in and sent away from Penshurst, namely Mr Robert Gordon Gillies, who has given up his position ; as engine cleaner on the ballast ang ! ine, at Penshurst to join the colors. Mr Gilli...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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MANURES FOR MAIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

MANURES FOR MAIZE. 'Those;'farmers who ; intend spwing ina.zeas a-fodder crop sfiouid,see that the land is well' manured, as this heavy-yielding ,crop naturally makes big demands 99 the soil. If h. dress ing of farmyard manure was;;given;4ii adyance of " sowing, ail' that is . wanted at seed-time .is 2 cwt. superphosphate per -acre, followed ..by a. tpp-aie«8ing of li cvft. nitrate, "of soda, after the' crop Is up. Failing'any yard manure* the dressing at; se£d-time 'may be ' 4 cwt. of. a: good- nitrogenous guano,.or a mixture .of•;3 . cwt. superphosphate,' 1 cwt.: sulpMte ot.ammoniaj and, on light land, 2. c\yt. "iaiiiit;: followed 'by/ the tt^dteseing as" befortf;' •: >•

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A. and P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

A. and P. Society. A meeting of the A and P Society's Committee was held in the Mechanics' Institute on-Thursday afternoon, pres eut- Dr Sweetnaui. President; Messrs R L Baxter, J Howard, T Madigan, J A Rentsch, D McNee, M Page, W Waller, T Leahy, E Olle and the Sec retary, Mr J Dalton. The correspondence included a letter from the Secretary of the Royal Agri cultural'Society, inviting potato grow ers to a conference to be held at the Council's Roo.m in the Society's ground Melbourne, on Friday, 25th Septem ber, when some important proposals submitted by the Waubra Farmers' Association will be; considered. There was ako a notification from the De .. partment thatthe;atallions "Tankard" and. 'vBtwasy -£auder:" owned respect ively by Messrs K McKay and Eric Elford had been awarded certificates' j of soundness. . The appointment of stewards was further considered and some ' alter ations made in the original draft. Under the altered arrangements the •stewards will be as follow :—Horses ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

D*EDN?T. THINK IT POSSIBLE! ; - '.'I didn't ;thiik'it iposaible.that such, a Avpjudetfulimedicind as Chamberlain's ©ougb Remetly; could''be: p^tfchased"'at such a-. 16w-,pti6e,'':Vsays Mrs-' Ji ^Burgis, ; Stanley,-' Vic.1 -'I vwas- attacked J fjvith; difficult breat^i^g,v\ui^nb)t^^';}ji^)t*reUeve&'' the. cola, fl.aviiig ;OuaiiB'drIaiit's;:iCotlgh • nj;/. .woulu. giv6 it a triafc-faiui gdt- -relief -ait .<wcev I giva',ifc .Ao. inJr-.jehfldyed -and 'fhiii'lc' ..sp;:>iiiglil!f--of, it,; ^6ul<T not be . Witboatra"bottle W?haiicl.yj-''»• • '" Sold-iiy^'.-'Gv <^i^wiu:-P«nihur»t.

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Will Revolution Follow War. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

Will Revolution Follow War. Germany istheonly country of im portance cn earth where the Govern ment has aided the Trusts. In Ger many the Government has entered in to alliance with great exploiting com bines, notably the Coal Trust, and to gether thev have entered upon pirate schemes to rob the people. The Ger man Go ernment has. cherished trust®, because trusts. (ave: meant great ag gregations of capital, and great aggre gations of capital have meant sources of gold supply in time of war. And with Germany, the welfare of the people has never counted. There i» little room for doubting .that the public opinion of England has supported the Government in th» present war be cause th« people have recognised, that England is fighting an unlicensed aut ocrat running retail over Europe,am) blasting for as long as he can the- ru ing tide of democratic reform. Nearly half the population of Germany i£> composed of Socialists who are opposed to the present struggle; and who will not be consu...

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THEY DIDN'T KNOW HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

':vdjfi>a'iee#aitt ^rnoVe-'. Ljaent l . &ute liau>6£own'' tfi&t"- feh^'h'ad -^atned:! TvterJ&v - v ■©»$' night :.§*,] - itHe^citteeiioEt- o£ :th©i iaJf.-c|owns cjun®V . of ; esjniag, .tae- i&fifuSyi^: "OneV womttn • iiad herself; •i^atafcboeSt' he? "hair ji7 laii?.; 'crtlier ^had secured- nwvspweir. Qufesripr fifes;: a$6£h'e^h^ci i&ade- tM.:iaoney;%Ji ima^g ^wkesj? '• J*:'J The-<mirman! Mrafe^!te;:^ ihandsojHie: ■)Vbihao~ija"th©frontor6w;.r,;.;. : « ■•; UwSclSs^c ffHow-'did. ,you.earn-;' ypttH' ; •;,;;iixI; got '1% frbi''tty?'^&baridi'?^slie:; 7 '■ he-' •'-:- ''ifron* ^our.husfc-; band? ^ere^w^a-no.iwdC-.work:abou't' ./&*£?'• V ».5:;; v ':"v , iSe. yoiian' isiiiledf • &?-!-*rJk f^olivdottlt :4itoVSri":my ttfiusb&ndj' J;»he.! V;t, a' 'Hpwv Icffilioxi r.*tellJ: wliei.* ^s'ohly iholSiai:f?:; -Jtos ! ajfelfetpeia^Baethi^gr h4^i««»ite(|»aysffi,4 . exB^u^ve in ' it-.

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"[?] der Kefser." [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

" Uo^h4«r K«!ser.M :v; -' i Der Kaiser of der Vmdsrland [ Undtiott and I all ding* command I "Ve two—ach! Don'dyou understand! Vienself und Qoti. ' - ■ He teigna in Heafen and alrays shall, Und mein own Embiredon'd vaa ahmall. Ein .noble.bair I dinks yo.a call, Myaelf—und Qott.. Vile Home sing of der power divine, Mine soldiers sing "Die Waoht am Bhein," Und drink der health in Ehenisoh wine, Of me—und Qott!' .Dere's France''ih«L swaggerrallaroundt, Aofi! 'tis certainsure dat she's blayed oud. ' To much dinks she don'd amount, Myself—unci Qott! She vill not date to fight again, But if she shouldt, I'll show her blftjn, Dot Elsass (und in French) Lorraine . .. . Are mein—by Qott. Yon Bismarck vas a man auf might Und dought he vas glear oud auf sight. But ach.! he ras nicht good to fight Mit Me—und Qott. Ve knock h m like ein man auf sdraw, ' Ye 'eit liim knaw whose vill van law, Und dot ve don'd vonld sdand his jaw, Meiriself—und. Gott. Ye eend him oudfc in big disgrace, Ye gif him i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

• could not;sleep," aays'Mfc B. Rowe, Cornwall, Tas;;' '!£fter three years of suffering a'friend recommend ed me .to try Chamberlain's Fain Balm, and before using half a bottle I was wonderfully relieved' Two bottles^ re moved all pains and mm-1 anl quite myself again." : ?' Md by J. tt, 5*wb»w»». Pwuhnnt. WEAKENED -PY DIAB»HOEi. I i'l »had a -bad'.>*ifctack- of diarrhoea 1 with.aevere pains ;wh.cii made me !«r— cecdiiigiy.; weak,'/ says Mir. Archibald King,,-Eakdale,N.Z. "Ihajd been: Buffering in .this",wajy: for jeigh't or-ten days.'^'Iien a ' frrtnd recommended Champei Iain's • Cfolic and . Diarrhofea Remedy, jtnd I 'foiind it gave tae' im-, niediite rreliet ; in fact, at the end <?1 tne first day'I noticed a wonderful im •prbvemeiit in niyaelf." u .• -.Bold b^:Ji ti..VBMira. Paaskurst;

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Kaiserphobia. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

Kaiserphoftia. Russia with 8,000,000 men in the field can play the game in Geeiuany's own way and play it better. If the war is to be decided by sheer numer ical force Germany uiub£ go under. On present appearances the Russian advance will take a lot of stopping, and Germany will soon have little left to stop it with. The German hatred of England ap pears to be intense. It is rather awk ward for the Teuton to have, his plans upset by a nation 'chat he thought he could trick or blufE to keep neutral, and to find that the small British army which he despised is equal in. actual lighting, force to double the number of his own picked troop*. The Sultan of Turkey seemB to be nearly as mad as old Kaiser Bill in his itch for war, and it takes all the acumen of the more level-headed of his statesmen to keep him from get ting into the present conflagration. The poor decrepit, old empire is in so desperate a fix that ahe iflfr ready for anything so long as it is brutal and violent. Greece is ...

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KEEPING POOR COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

" KEEPING POOR COWS. ■Cnly.1 $: rich affor^'to .keep. poor VjOWs., ^Sp£elfinte^t; a-" man, ifle^lwellvtOT,, cajiiibtf afford to own gboldtBdw's; " Thii»'::.;i& ; wrong-.- -Il: -tie catt-afford to own- anjk. he can.afford to o.wn the ; hest! The . man - who muses to spend the money ' necessary to purchase goodcow, aiiq. • 'linds enough to ^gjeit hold of a second/ mtetrOh€>;;-must- work/double .time' to-. get-.,any prpat; atal wait years before :he-caiL breed up-to a: higher standard. The fact should be7fealised at the be ginning that it iaibetfcer to put aU the money .in half, a-dozen good cows than' in a/ dozen inferiqj". ones. ' TS.e„i)n)lits. of,-dairying depend! first ^ up.jtf'.Jhe quaj#^ oi; the bo|w.8,i~endJse corid" upon " the pystem piV.&ising- fettl and giving- it to the animals." It has ; Been pii>vea that good, :not fancy bred,i cows-liave mad«-£14 profit .per yeai net lor theit"-6where, alter the costoi ieed h?d: been deducted and all other cha'iges....

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The New Ministry. MR SPENCE INCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

The New Ministry, MR SPENCE INCLUDED. The Labor party held a lengthy sit ting to-day to elect the new Ministry by ballot. At the dinner adjourment Air Fisher announced that he had been elected leader unanimously, and that Senators Pearce, Gardiner and Russell had been chosen as Senate Ministers. Later he announed the full list as follows:— Mr Wisher—Prime Minister and Treasurer. ' Mr Hughes—Attorney General. Senator Pearce - -Minister of Def ence. / Mr Tudor—Minister of Customs. Mr Arclibold—Minister for Home Affairs. Mr Spence—Postmaster General. Mr Arthur—Minister of External Affairs. Senator Gardiner—vice-president of the Executive Council. Messrs Mahou, Jensen and Russell. —Honarary Ministers. The new Ministers were afterwards sworn in.

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

PEN8HURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. . Mou'day—Warrnambool, Koroit, Hawkesdale,. .. .. - 6.45 a.m Melbourne, Hamiltop, Ararat, Ballarat,DiHi Icald .. .. .. .... 9.40 a.m Oaramut .. .. . 9.46 a.m Melbourne, Hamil ton, Wajfrnainbool *.:-. 4.iC.p.m 1'uewJa^—Wairnambool, Kor oit, Hawkesdal®.. 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton', Baliarat, Asarat,Dun keld .. .... 9.40 a.m. Caramul . ... .; '9.45 a.in Melbourne, Wanv . . nambool,,. ..4.20 p.m. Hamilton 7.25 p.m Wednesday— Warrnambool:; Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil- : ton, Ararat, Balia rat, Dunkeld ;. . 9.40 a.m Oaramut :.9.45 a.m. Melbourne, . Warrv nambool .. .. i-. ■ 4.20 p.iix 'Hamilton .. ..7.25 p.m., rhurEdaj—Melbourne; Ham-: ~ ilton, Ararat, Dun- .v keld .. ... .;. ' J 9.40 a.m; Warrnambool .. 11.35 a.m . Oaramut 12.30 a.m. ' Melbourne, Hamil- : ton .. .. ... .'. 4.20 p.m. Warrnambool, Koroit, Hawkeidale .. 6.50 a.m. : Friday—Melbourne, Ham ilton. Ballaxat, Ararat, :| Dunkald .. . .. ;.''9.40 a.m Caramut .. 9.45 a.m W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW* C° • . proprietary/ limited. Head Office i 94-6 King St., Melbourne Iraiuhw—ALBURY, LCCKHART, WODONflA, TALLANIATTA, CORRVONI 4 WALWA. brokers for the sale of wmmmm—m—m ''' IXPUT MD RtUAILE VALUATION! GRAIN PROMPT RETURNS. . INSTRUCTIONS ADHERED TO. WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TAI10W, FURRED SKINS AND ALL STATION PRODUCE; rnrr QTflDICC Tbn* monthi frtt on Grain received lit Dcccmber ■ flCC 01II alHwC 31«t M&rch,aft«r' which on* month allowed. - AOKNTS FOR' MtDOUGALL'S SHEBP DIP. "SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES private siding • kensington. TH E BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. Singer Sewirj Machines for | Family use. ' rpHE Sewing Maohine has bo long been a necessity in every family::that A the main question to be answered is, Which Maohine is the Best? . -The women of the family are answering this quesiiuii by. purchasing' Mora than two million tlnger Sewing Machines eaeh year. The new Singer Model 66 is acknowl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

.K' - •• 7«w tadfta rwUj:wlw«thMc • ■ •Ttnirig dr«MM joutrrtfaey' di»-; '• card them, liot- because tha^ '> : ;haT« baeoma^aoiUd or thr?i ! .dtUMMcolonifi^ ' : • .V :■:?■.>■ : •y:.?. > : • - -: Nbw, no matter bow^natlw1 : fcfrtHc or dollcat* thft«cioring,v >' T can r^stortltto all it«ori«tnal : beauty -«ad- at**«y tnflte*. •••:. cost * •}' ' "..V. i , ,'Phon«. 86. PUBLIC V ' fSiOXiOE^; : 1! : T. WALKER, TJNDBBTAKEE. . (if l'ENSHURST, deairea .to notify the Public "of the Township^ and District that he has WREATHS- of various kinds on -hand^ Inspection .invited. , : A1). orders .'addressed to T. Walker. : Pcnsluusty'-'or k'ft at his residence. Gwbbistreet; Peirehurst.-willbe- prompt ly attended to. MARTIN rSTBEET, PENSHUB8T. GENERAL BUTCHER, : • ::-.c.;>and 9AK£B>. v.-.:". Hotels . and. Families; Waited on.Daily fob.orders,... , . • : elephone No.-22. ) .• * Bant My * Iwaji plN Jaryaw hmMmI WARD BROS.' cell direct to yb«at the loweat po* iiWe price—pay-freight; to y...

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LOOAL DIRECTORY. Compiled from notices in our advertising columns. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

LOO A I. OIRECtORV.. Compiled.' from notioea hi our advertis ing column*. F. L. Oil*, butcher and baker. J. A. Brigga, drapar. Me sirs. Hemmona, Hyalop,and Maw-, son, Waiting dantiafca. .... R. A. Molesworth, B'. A., aolioitor;; visiting.ey&ij Tuesday.' • E. R. Courtney, M.P.S.A., phax maoeutioal ohemiat. R. W. Fowling and Co., auction**!-*, stock and station agents. _ I T. Walker, undertaker. , J. 6. Chess wass, timber' merahant, general atore and dr*p*ry: •• R. Kelly, plumber* D. M'Nee, general atorek**p*r. T. Madigan, general ator«Ke*per. . President of Mount RouioBhir*, 0r.' J. White, Devon Park, Dtinkeld. : Secretary, Shire of Mount Itoua*, Mr';., 11, Walls. J ,■ . Councillors (Duiikeld Riding): Bleaars. Woodburn, White, Krugfcr —- Oh&ts worth: Moffatt; Lloyd,- Beggs.—; BenshurstBarnes, Cheaawaas, Kel ly i Eiiffineftr: Mr. W . J. Schooling. Mrs. -S. HudgsonJ oaterer. ...... §trachan_,. .Murray &' Shannon, wool brokers..Local agent—-W. A. Kelly. Bruce &am...

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

TURF1 TOPICS >■> (fij "fh • "v iiBgftaiu It iseViilentiy ihteniecfrtd * giVerifcfri agoon another chance oil the Turf. At .QuaJitfM/t ip.MM .though* that ^ia 'Itei^jSwKjld^orick'btilAat Jbeaeon denniteJy retired from the racecourse, but ^esf^t Mffufft training again would lead w tfie^ belief that the racing publio will^et see a little mora ot-Berag&jin. '.^ip a time like the present, when high class' performers are not so plentiful as could - be-wished^ithe-xefcutn,: j)fi.iiorax. goon to the fold is very welcome, and let us hope that the effort to tram the brilliant aori of Multiform will prove successful. _ t*' ' Last week' the $j«e saw; neiwjjof the result of an? itot»ort&t^eyeift :%jn the English Turf. From this it is gathered that racing is being proceed ed with in the old country vrnptwifch-_ standing the grayeicijspa? i|t' |b' ^iss:n(| through.. "It says a great deal tor tnfe courage of the Britisli people when in | the midBt of their j^ceateBt - trouble ...

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THE Penshurst Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATU DAY MORINNG SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 19TH, 1914. Patriotic Social. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

THE Peitsfjurst 5ree Press. Published Every Sato day Morning Saturday, September, 19th, 1911. Patriotic Social. The ladies of the local branch of the Bed Cross Society are deserving of the highest praise and congratulations upon the success of the entertainment organised by them'to raise funds for the Society's work. | The entertainment which took the form of a concert—social and dance was held in the Mechanics' Institute ori "W^ednesday.evening. There was a crowded house, every available seat being requisitioned, and then many could only find standing room. The hall was decorated with bunt ing and streamers, the Union Jack, Australian fiag and tricolors being pre dominant features in a pleasing and I attractive arrangement. , Mr F O'C. Twomey, President of | the Patriotic Fund, was chairman and I opened the proceedings with -a few brief remark's before commencing upon the programme. During the evening he c msed -much diversion and merri ment with his jocular remarks and sal lies, k...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

the——• master passion; - CHAPTER Xvii.*"" : * ' The sudden reappearance of one ol her own friends, axter being so long cut off f-rom.^.all society, had .raisedjn Ida's breast a vague i'ee;in£ qf iferost., Longings waich be&i ialWcl w .test* in tne apatuy of despair, revived in all their old intensity, although there was no hope to reed them. And the mere sight of Captain Beresford's familiar lace brought back ail the ghosts ot the pastji^jaj: f^npjdr . able army. \ As she sat alone in her p^eirtyi h^nie^ to whicli her husband had,-given.' the name of the '"Lilacs," •'shei"'ituafeifle«ll herself back in. the ;old pve§t".life .with, its joys .and it's sorrows. ■: 'The*' w'ofk' dropped*from! her fingers' aa ^oib^ lapji and she was wandering o^ce jpore abtntV the beautiful gar&bSt si the mellow tones of Ois Deverei's voice in her car. The fancy was. so vivid, that an actual bliish rose foj'htii' chseka, and her lipst^parted'in: 5|,ibia^. i-3^1 slight noise. woEe her from...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

In Memorlam. WALSH,—In loving memory of my dear wife who departed this life on 18th Septem ber, 1913, at Penshurst. " Eternal rest give to her O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her." —Inserted by her loving husband.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 19 September 1914

La dies, Gesftemeft's «ai: Children'! Combinfttiois^ Singlets and Drawers,"etc.",1" mad* to measure. Price:* Usta- and-Sampiea m-ap^ioatioa; ■ i . Mott doctor! from goodoeu of. heart trait cues withoat especttttop uf paymnl,' cvatjlp«Mfofj^i4''f'' '■■* »' «■'"«■''f iJ uaStAo eiitfTsri ,W>«! _fey //rooblu/'jbrcoan^ tit* ^ 'doo« iif (tin* jpl* **WJ bflarw. dTb»»» UuJJinUancei iajQvjtail b whlcttlw utiai «M cUimed. tfyou tend to 199 Etiabrtk Strwt, ,MWboun^ th» e<>top»Dy .nU CTe yoq Wl ptt. tfcelan tod •copy of btafiajrursatM tbe> :;U*»: iritb tfcr rwdy-v; Tt» prfc« t» «•!/ 5/6 Im l Ul-qoitky tnatSMOt. tkal tr«A*B ntdniMmi } gfpsfc' H* ■$ito9!&. iflMf' *W4>tolf vVw® CAK flAVE WEW DBESSE9 "fItf { » /4ri^tfJ>iiuicrniJjijrefc^:- ?*.-.*^; y.../\lt ipt I ~ cfiUfto preface' thosi. aew iktdc* witV DiamoAd.Qyis. TK«r«*k« l&MitttfiaU Im! ■-Hkt torn. »»* •* *£■» .mi-wr-#«# *.*# :• Tetu»&yha*« BMm uMppoiated ovcf iki fMultscbtiintd ia iaittemfttoi...

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