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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

CRICKET. Tits 1T.M.0 1-o.im journeyed to . Cs.ve.oar on Saturday last aud defeated a team of Oarcoar juniors by an innings aud 15 runs. Scor25 :- C/.3C0A3. First innings 2ml inniup E. pogc.-s ? 0 ? 0 C. l\'X ... ... S ? 0 Ii. P.irurr ? O ? S E Hcaluy .. ..10 ? 10 1). V.Miiums ? 0 ? , -i K. Smilli .... I ? « O. B.uuj ... ?.';. 4 ? 0 J. MaMahoa ... -0' ? 12 H. Uii?g3 .. ... 0 ? 0 li'. i?orncr ? '0 ? 5 R. Williami ? '2 ? 2 SuDiH-iei ... S Sundries ... 1 30 43 Y.M.C.— FiKt iauiajs. I,. Ciinsli ? 0 K. Mc!!or ? 29 JT. Ciioi«r ? 5 ij. O'iJaro ? ... 30 O. Marsh ? 8 H. ifareh ? .. ., 8 . J. Jones ... ? ?? 0 M. Cooper ? , 3 W. Jones, not out ? S W. Doou ? .? 3' .. SuHtiries ? ... 9 88 An interesting match will bo played at Blayaoy to-day between the Y.S1.D.S. and a team of district schoolteachers, organised by Mr. T. Jones, of Ulayney. The follow ing players havo been chosen to represent til* Debating SDciety :— \V. Marshall, W. Mellor, W. Cock, D. Reed, H. Cock, E. St-eatfoild, J. Davica, J....

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Benefit Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

Benefit Entertainment. A very large audience assembled at the Town Hill on Monday night on the occa sion of a benefit tntertaiamant in aid of the widew and orphans of the late Mr. William Rus3oll. An attractive programme was ex cellently carried out, and the efforts of tha different performers mat with a ready and a flattering reception ftt the hands of tha ati tlienee. xne ursc pare oi wio programme was eutitled '-Round the Camp Fire,' which depictsd a scene by ni^ht oii diggings. It included choruses, yarns, and comic song by Mr. J. Margan ; motto song, ' Many can help ons,' by Mr. M. Hurst; humorous song, 'The Doctor,' by Mr. F, Paul; and a song and dance 'by Mr. J. Denham. ' The second part consistod of music aud singing, the items most appreciated' beiug — pianoforte solo, Mis* E. Swift; song,' 'Steer- ing Home,' Eev. \V. K. Howell ; song, 'The (!.The sweetest story »v«r lold,' Miss Mal lon ; song, ' Trusty as Steel,' Mr. Jenniugs; nnd ' The hat McG-uiaaess wore,' by Mr J. Denh...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Blarney Police Court. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7. (Before the Police Magistrate) [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

Blarney Police Court. Wednesday, Decembeb 7. (Bofora tii* Tolioe Macistrate) J. Scantleburv ami A. J. Grey were charged wiih dischargiag firearms ou Sun day. Mr. J. Russart, on behalf of defen dants, pleaded guilty, and statbd that defendants bad to leave for Melbourne, and had told him to pay the fine on their behalf. Mr. Rusaart also explained to the court that defendants bad told him they committed the offence ia iguorauce, as thero baiug no law iu Victoria of tuo same nature they naturally thought it was tha sama in this colony. Defendants were fined £1 and 4/10 costs each.

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Blayney Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

Blayney Municipal Couucll. Tho regular fortnightly meeting of the abovo council was held 011 Wednesday evening. Present— the Mayor, Aldermen Clark, Glassou, Hewisli, Marsb, Pile, Stiusou and V/ood'.varU. Tho minutys of the previous meeting were road aud continued. coKKESPONDmtc;;. The following. correspondence was road :— From Chief Secretary's Office, Sydney, stating that the Governor had appointed Air. S. J. Hurst to act as auditor. Re ceived. — Frorsi Mr. S. J. Hurst, 13Jaynay, rebigaing hi« appoiufcment an auditor, ia co.i«equeacs of him being bondsman for an olfic«r oi the council. Received, and it was decided to recommend Mr. T. R. Smith as auditor. Tiu following letter was also read :— ?Bisyatj-, 5tU D;cembsr, 1S9S. To hii Worship tlis Mayor %ai AUeraun of the Town oi Blayney. Gentlemen, — In ordtr to ran-Ier the operation of tUe Great Biayney Cofjn;!' llinins Co., who »re at presuut re-op«iMus auJ equipping Ilia mint, t.iowu Ji:r* as tlia Aniiaiiilaie, ^bccoEtful, and to the...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

JJOTES 4ND COMMENTS. Clajaoy was unusually livelj on Saturday. |iig!)t last, it being pay-day at (Its nine. Over £300 was paid aa wages to the miuers3 Jlipiil pi-o^ietiJ is still b»ing made. Larg P')pp8l-t)sads aro being erected and th° found vtion is being mado oq . which the K«ter-jaclcats will be erected. Soon after phritttnas the uumbsr of maa employed will very probably be increased tu 290 or 300. A- lodge of Raehabiles is being formed in BUTiiey, We advisa all youug niea to join f.l)is §.-oiety, as it is the eldest and best benefit Society ia«xist«nca, and also encour a^as Uie virtues of tlirift and Wiiippraacc. |ffr. 5- C.jck will bs j'ad 'to supplj anyone yith inToi ma'tioti. School op Auts. — Tho monthly meeting of tlta Com. nit tec of tha' Blayij»y {School of Arts wax hatd on Friday ereuing. 2nd in ist*f)k. Th« Preiident. (Dr. Woodward) (irj.'.'iiil .-}. Tho minutes of the previous _;u&e;iih; were -read and confirmed. . The reVijjnilkm of tho secretory and libraria...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

?OPERATIONS DISPENSED WITH. ' To Messrs. Coltmant and Son*, Cootamundra. Dsab Sirs, — I have used tbe Kucalypte Extract which i got from you, and am now quite out of it. Almost ev«ry possible com plaint I use it for, including burns, scalds, cuts, bruises, core throats, colds, chilblains, neuralgia, toothache, -&c, tScc, . and I do not believe, there is any disease it will not euro if persevered with. In ulcerated sore throat or inflamed throat it is invaluable, having hid personal experience of the fact rery recently. Where children or even adults are badly affected I usually ereot a kind of small tent near a fireplace, place a kettle on the fire, and wlieii the water reaches boiling point, I pour a quantity of the Kuealypte Extract into the kettle, and attach a long tuba to the spout of tbe kettle, and make the steam play about tbe patient in the tent. The steam owing to the distance it has to travel, when it reaches the patient is thus in a cool form and is not enervating...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mr. J. Tyson. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

BeatSa of H£r. J. Tysoa. News has co;ne . to hand of the death of Mr. James Tyson, the Australian u?i!iion uii-e. He was found dead in his bed on 'Saturday morning last on one of his stations ia Queensland, and has been buried at Too woomba. He was reputed to be the richest man in Australia, his wealth being estima ted at about £5,000,000. He owned nu merous stations in tho various colonies, and large herds of cattle and sheep. He was iiniinn inm-i-iAr) lilt f- ltr-r caiiapd) r*lt*r*air nnrl nephews, who no doubt have waited long for this strange man to shake off his mortal coil. To show tlia real character of ihe man, we might mention that oa one occasion he was known to swim across the river Murray, with his clothes in his teeth, rather than pay the 1/ toll. To save expense he seldom dined or slept at an hotel. He was j badly ' had ' on one occasion. Travailing second class by steamer to Melbourne he bought a ham and some bread and cheese to escape the cost of meals on board, whic...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

A Narrow Escape. Accounts, of ' hair-breadth' escapes are always more or lei* interesting to the general reader, so we venture to give here oae re lated by a Mr. Kir win, s-& old Maori veteran who in his time has seen some pretty close calls. The following story he is very fond of relating, and does so with great enthusiasm: — ' I was a sufferer from liver affection for riupf. Ani) nfio'iA fini4 nA M^ivif nnt.il T ' t,i*tAd Bile Beans for Biliousness. My main trouble arose from the state of my liver, brought ok by constant biliousness. My appetite, once good, almost .entirely failed me. In face, I took a great dislike to food of any sort. This, for, a man of ray calling —a carrier — was a severe affliction, for my bodily strength naturally gate' way from loss of sustenance, and I found it next to impossible to do a full day's work. Of found little, if any, relief. Life , became' more or less of a burden, and X began - to think that I was doomed to a life of ill health. Indee...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A. and P. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

A. and P. Association. A general meeting of the Blayney A. and P. Association was held ia the Council Chambers on Thursday evening. There was a fair attendance of membors. Mr. J. Russart (president) presided. Tho objact' of tho meeting was to nppoint judges and stewards for tho forthcoming Shaw, which is to bo hold iu March next. As a rulo it is not advisable to mention the names of in the present instance Mr. Mallison (who is well known) has been appointed judge in the sheep section. The following are the fames of the stewards who have been ap pointed : — Horses, Mr. G. Death ; cattle, Mr H. Ewin ; sheep, Messrs H. Oliver, E. R. Hill, and — Williams ; pigs, Mr P. Luck ; poultry, Messrs G. Whttlaker aud G. Nesbitt; pigeons and canaries, Mr J. Black ; dogs, Mi- W. G. Mailer ; farm pro duce, Messrs T. Neasmith aud Jamss JTJLUiwl-U*JfTO , UUII r «»(IU J1UJUC-JUIM1D j^XWaUlfV, Messrs T. fif artin and F. Harrison ; vege t.-ibles, Mr J. W. Clinch ; fruit and flowers, Mr A. Sliakespear; mi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 10 December 1898

A good horse can travel 400 yards in four and a half minutes at a walk, . 400 yards in two minutes iu a trot, and 400 yards in one minute at a galop. la a shop of s St. Petersburg watch maker a human-faced clock is on view — ' the only one of its kind. The hands are pivoted on its nose, aud any messages that may be spoken into its ears are repeated by a phonograph through its mouth. It is quite the usual tuing in utnna tor mothers to turn their girUbabiea over to ? hucksters, who hawk them about the streets . and sell them for the price of a spring-) chicken to mothers with infant sons, wlfo rear them as future daughters-in-law. j Diamonds have been discovered in fallen meteors, but it will require a Bougemont to float a company on an assay of that sort. A phonograph is being made for use at the Paris Exhibition of 1900, which is ex pected to be of sufficient dimensions to be heard by 10,000 people. The negroes of South America often de corate the graves of deceased relatives ytiih ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Queen at Balmoral [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

Tlie gaecn at Balmoral The Queen's life at Balmoral proceeds day by day like clockwork. Her Majesty rises at eight, takes a light breakfast alone in her own sitting-room, and then descends by the lift to the hall, where she enters a bath chair, in which she is drawn slowlv about the grounds for an hour. Oil returning to the Castle the Queen goes back to lier own room, and is then .occupied for about three hours -with business, both public and private, her secretary being simultaneously at work in his room. The messenger from London with the Cabinet boxes, and the despatches and correspondence, arrives at the Castle about six o'clock in the morning, so that everything has been made ready for tlie Queen by the private secretary oil duty be fore she begins the morning's work, which is finished shortly after one, aud the return messenger leaves far Billater at half-past j two, aud arrives in London early next morning. Luncheon (which is really the Queen's dinner) follows, and then after...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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A Valuable Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

A Yaljjtuble Discovery,, Scientists tell us'that in this nineteenth century of ours, about the greatest strides made in the discovery vtorld . have been ii) medicine. Wc have to- record a discovery by an American medical man of a ccrtaiti vegetable subntancs -that has tlio effect in the digestion organs of Nature's own animal bile. This discovery is revolutionising all the nresent methods of treatment for diges tive ailments The old theory of pepsin, bismuth, starving, purging, &c., -tc., is to 'be done away with. This -great vegetable substance is compounded with other in gredients to facilitate the working, and to day this remedy can be purchased the world over and in Australia under the name of Bile Beans for Biliousness. This great remedy possesses the peculiar properties of acting on the bowels without purging or otherwise weakening the patient. - This is because the substance tbat relaxes the bowels has about the same action as the natural bile. Bile Beans are purely v...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

He Toole a Notion. Better to take a notion than anything be longing to another man. A notion will do you goo 1 if it be of the right kind. Thero are good notions and bid notions, but Mr. Creed, of Mayfield-strcet, Drake, N.S.W., had a good notion — a notion, in fact, which probably saved his life. What better notion can any man nave . V, imu ,u.[. vji jbu writes- to us: — ' For a longtime I had a very violent cold, such a cold which leads to consumption, or something equally as bad, and a most uncomfortable rasping cough, which used to shake my whole system, and seemed to break me up. 'I got a notion that Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills would relieve me. I took them, and the result is that they cured me.' To show his good faith Mr. Creed has got Mr. Jauies Al'ison. proprietor of the Mount Pleasant Hotel, Drake, to witness his signature to tho above statement, which we havo received. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills cure such cases, and are a positive cure for sick headache, biliousucss, ...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Spain's Greatness and Decay. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

Spuiu's Greatness au4 fJecay. The zenith ofSp»nis!i greatness was just About coincident with the lj.cnai$sance, and did uot last long when it was pace estab lished. The foundations of Spain's sixteenth century supremacy were laid in the training which ber population had in the centuries of struggle to . conquer their own territory from the Moors. During these ages every Spaniard became a trained . and hardy sol dier, and the- great mass of them became ingrained not only with the traditional | Spanish pride and fanaticism, but with a sublime belief not only that they were un conquerable, bub that they could conquer anything. Tbe greatest development of the national virility wag secured at the almost contemporary completion of expulsion of the Moors from Spain, and tbe discovery of America by Columbus in the reign of Fer dinand and Isabella. The magnitude of the Spanish monarchy assumed more imposing proportions under the subsequent reign of Charles V., who combined by inheritance aud...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Alleged "Salting" at Gallymont. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

j|4eged »' Salting ' at UaUymoiit ?The fyp^do^ ci)i respondent of tlie Tele 'pli,'' Writing under date Nov«mher 4, * rtti-v; -'filie shareholders in the Gallymont /joldfit-Us gut a nasty reminder that in ffly* that ar# dark and tricks that are ^ain ' the beathen Chinee. has no monopoly, .when on lnesday nJOfnjng last tbey received jEroin the secretary copies of cablegrams from Mr.- Kissler, the company's consulting . if^gineer in the colony, sad from the Sydney jboird. Tlie first cable was from Mr. Eissler. it was dated October 1$, but did not reach London apparently uutjl October 2G, and .contained the very unwelcomg intelligence ^liat during the engineer's unavoidable ab sence the staff used too much crater in treating the ore, and had been losing 50 per cent of tbe gold. This was bad enough, but the second cable from Mr. Eissler, dated ^October 31, was worse. It read: ' Made a thorough investigation, with the following Results — Accurate tests of value of the ore prove samples sa...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Commercial. J. S. LEEDS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

QommerciaL J. 8. Lkeds * Co. F«t Cattle. — 140 yarded. The attendance fas goo J, and although th£ supply was large tlio market ;ic:d well, cloging {rui. Ohr sales comprised . 100 . Jieiid, Ijest beef njode 15a, middling quality j^s to 14*. We sold-^SQ bullocks and steers for Mr. John Cir&nt, CnQOwifldrs, averaging £4; 20bullocks and' *teersfor Mr jsnea Solton, Knngsroobie, to £4 6s; j 18 buttoeks (or Messrs J. and A.Stephenson, T-irra Bella, Averaging £4 14s 6d ; 20 steers and heifers Jor Mr John Lyster, to £8; 3 cows, fir J. Bnist, 4'2 19b.; 4 cows. Mr J. Kearney, £3 12s ; 2 cows, : Mr H. tiraen, L3 Is ; 1 cow, Mr Dalle;, £3 Is; 2 ; Jit iters, Mr htaplei , L2 10s. . _ . J Fat Sheep ? Market firmer, especially for prime, j Jambs selling well. We sold — 60 mixed sheep for }Ir M. Curtin to 4s 101 ; 60 mixed sheep for Mr E. ?Beirne, lambs 4s 3d ; 60 mixed sheep for MrC. , Lemon, lambs to 5s, wethers 4s 63. ( Horses. — 25 bead yarded -to q. {air number of | buyers. Sales were dr...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

Not Even If it Cost Twenty Shillings. A notable pinccntige— about one-third, I think —at the po-vcr ot a steam-engine is used up ia over coming (lie friction of its o.vn' parti. llanso in ventors are constantly testing devices to reduce friction. Yet tlicy cm neyer overcame it; and tha Resistance created bj it represents paiver (and liencc cxpeuse also) absolutely lest. Now. the u'umni body is a macliiuc propelled by heat, exactly as an engiue is ; nn l anything that retards it may be considered as friction. Very good tlipn. You have noticed great differences in your own vigor. Some dnys you wort e.ts ly, cad on others wit i difficulty.' This is so w ether you are chiefly n Jiuicle worker or a brain w^rki-r ; or a mixture of both —as mqit piople are. OceisioaOly you are able to d) more woili i n a day tban at other times you can do in tbrpi. It is tlia oils between walking on smooth, liii'il, lerel groun i auJ draggiug vour- i Si If opbill tbro'Jgb Kei clay. What wouldn't law- I yer...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

George E?ile, SOLICITOR, — and,— Commissioner fir Affidavits; v biaViteY: ' MONEY TQ LEND on approved Securities. 'W Tenders. TENDERS will be received at the Mana? ger's Office, Great Blayney Copper Mine, tip to FRIDAY, tlie 30th instant, for jnaking ONE HU^DREft AND TEN (110) CHAINS of WIRE FENCE. Speci fications to M seen at the Company's Office at Mine. H. COCK, Manager. Blayney, l(3tfa December, 1898. j

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

-Wnen a chili dies ia Greenland th ' natives bury a live dog with it, the do.: t be used by the child as a guide to theother world. Italy has more theatres than any othcr couutry in Europe. £ hANDEU aud SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTlvA T. — Under the distinguished pat ruuagu of his Majesty tlie Jling of Italy, a_ pet communication made by cho iVIiuiste1 for Foreign Ailitirs, throngh the Consul General for Italy, at Melbourne, March 14, 1678. Awarded diploma at the Amsterdam ifnvii ihitiou, 1833. Acknowledged by .Medi cal clinics aaj Universities a:] over the Globe. 'There aro imitations of Eucalypti Extract iu tho market, products of s uiple distillation forming crude, resiuous oiis. In order that these crude oils may uot be takeu for our pure Volatilo Encalypti Extract, which ia racoguised b-( the Medical Division of tho Pru-.siim Government tn t-o of perfeetly pare oritjin, as per inloriRAtiou forwarded to lis through the Oousnl at .Me bourne, March 2, '1878, wc etute ; — It is prove! by te...

Publication Title: Blayney Advocate And Carcoar Herald, The
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CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blayney Advocate and Carcoar Herald — 17 December 1898

_aa®Taeisg. pKQRqa or EjrqtAKD. — To-morrow services will be held m follows Blayney 11 aud 7.30; King's Plains, 3— Rev. W. K. Howell. Barry, 11; Mao rilda, 3 ; Nowbridge, 7.S0— Rev J. Onyons. PaEss'T^kittAy. — fo-morrow services will be con ducted ds 'follows Blayney, 11 and 7.30; Rob jjy'e Tarfls, 3— Itev. J. Adam. | STBSiiliVAS.— To-morrow services will I13 held as follows Blayney, 11; Kevillf, 8; Gallyinont, 1. 30— Key.' A-.' S. Swift. Norton, 3 j Blayney, 7.30— fission Band. Roman Catholic.— Christmas Day — pircoar, 7.30 and 8 30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Blayney, 11 a. to. Now Year's Day — Vit- £oria, ll a,m. ; Blayney, 7.30 p.m. iwrmnM'Mmni — rr ti i~ ?? ? » Advocate and Herald . heasubeb; not men.' — o — DECEMBER 17, 1898.

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