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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

WEAKENED BY DIARRHOEA. • I had a bad attack of diarrhoea with severe pains ivh ch made ihe ' ex ce^diaK'y weak," says Mr. Archibald King, Eskdale, N.Z. "I had been suffering in thi» ;way foreight or ten days when a friend recommended Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I found it gave me in* giodiate relief; in factk at the end oi the first' dajr I noticed a wonderful im provement in myself," 6«U b)1 J. G. nMitwii, Pimliunt. ■

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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No More Bald Heads. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

I , >1. . No More Bald Heads; I T . I A method of sewing hairs in the. human scalp in cases of partial or total baldness has been successfully J usedj in several instances by Dr. ! Szekely at the hospital of Saint Stephane at Budapest, and a report! appear,s in the "Times." Thie number of hairs "planted'' in the head of a patient has been as •many as 50,000. Ona hundred hairs are drawn through punc tures in the scalp to every square centiimetre, and as both ends! are ieft free, the number is thus l200, 'oif over 1,000 to each square inch. Very; fine gold wires are used. one' five-hundredth of an inc|i: diame^ ter, and fine long hairs- frona a woman's head are attacked at tbit middle to these. knot acts as w^aqgi^r.^^anffi after sterilization ie-^rtJ"oiuiid\l[n^ the .subcutaneous is slightly twisted;? and' 'Rolds'.th<> hair , permanently v^pVJirtti^».•') '.It is < stated that 500 haiVs^an thua be introduced into the scalp within | three-quarters of an hour...

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THE penshurst free press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 1914. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

THE pensfyuist 5i*ee press. Published Everv Saturday Morninc* Saturday, October, 10th, 1911. Local and General News. - The unanimous verdict on Fredo's entertainment last night was—Best seen in Pensliurst for many years. The Pensliurst Boxing Day Race Club advertises its annual race meet ing in this issue, and it will be seen that the amount of stakes money has been increased to £400. The program is a very attractive one of. six races, including Trial Hurdle 30 sovs, Mai den Plate 20 sovs, Steeplechase and Railway Handicap of : 100 sovs. each. Hurdle Race 90 sovs and Divided Handicap 6.0 sovs. . Entries, close on 14-th Derember knd will" be -received locilly by the Secretary, Mr Madigjvn,. or by Mr H. J. Buckland, Victoria Rite],' Melbourne. Mr Maurice Gerald, after an ab sence of some 9 years, re-visited Pfens hurst with his Dramatic Company en> Thursday evening and staged a new dramatisation of Mrs Henry Woods! famous story, East Lynne before a fairly large and appreciative aud...

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Oldest Museum in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

Oldest Museum in the World. Dr. Otto, Kumniel, ■: head of' -the | East Asiatic Department ef the] ' Berlin Museum of Ethnology, tells of the oldest museum in, the world, in the bulletin of the. . Societe Franco- Japonaise. This museum will be found in the city of Kara, the former capital of Japan. Since its foundation, in 756, it went through all tlje chaa-. get of the Japaneae ' TSmpire, with out one single addition to its col lection.. • j' , i V1 ■ ! Dr.: Gtto • Kumniel is one . of the few Europeans -^who -w,$re. .permitted to Visit this museum. It opens its .doors but once a year, on a day in spring, when a special commit tee inspects the collection, and a new < list is-made out. The museum contains about 3000. articles, which are said to be. the most beautiful specimens of'.decora tive ; work which have ejrer i- tjeek: produced by human hand ; 'such as lacquer ware, decorative furniture, enamel ware, capibric-rlike fabric, etc- i . . i f ? jo ni . This origin of tne ...

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NOTES ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

NOTES ON THE WAR. Amerce battle is still paging on the Allies.', left from Lena/to >L» basse. . The Sorame andi the,Mease opposing fortjes^are at latest reports quiet; Several minor at tacks': by the enemy have been repulsed. The German right has been strongly reinforced at Popnmighie and" Ypres. The enemy occupied Douai and burnt 40'houses. Other villages were simil arly treated: Belgians continue to repulse the enemy at Antwerp, . which 1 is now threatened with early bombardments .The German cruiser Karlsruhe es caped into neutral Waters from a Bntr ish cruiser which v?a£cha»ing h«?r off ,, j.j- y The British submarine E9 c sank jia. German destroyer and badly damagea another at the mouth of the Ems 'on Monday . t 71 : ; > New Zealand and Canadian contiiw genfcii have arrived in England and gone into training cauipa. Tliey were rapturously welcomed. . The German War Council is report-' ed to have met' the Kaiser and criticis ed the Crown Prince's methods, also urging tiro ev...

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Skyscraper Made of Glass. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

i v •. 1 yh j1 j - 1 = Skyscraper Madeof Gla ss. r—- ... .... - ( ~ The latest |TMil«r;',|a W^w. Ta^Ua a sealed#> si«p»crajper: . ym completed, ' : will ■ be 78: per -daatv glass, yet in the building there will be no windows that may be/«pm-. eu. The entire twelve storeys . will be tight as a drum, the glass walla being set ia steel' framework. Thtre will be plenty ef ventilation, how ! ever, and abundance of fresh Air j the year round supplied at ah e^ea. temperature by a new ventilating system^, V'«3T * y*V:"y •}' . In cold weather the fresh atmos i phere sucked in from without win* ' be heated ; when the summer comas it will be cooled.- At all se&aona of the year it will be free from di sease-breeding. germs, being care fully purified. '-.1" ' V ;. } ventilating system is unique in 'its- thoroughness. .Air ia sueked iil.' through a. special duet \on the second floor, because air at this ..pltitude _ has been found tq. be lessi impfu're than at1 greater freight^.' 'The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

fc PROPRIETARY "LIMITED. Head Office: 94-6 King St., Melbourne Branches—ALBURY, LOCKHART, WODONGA, TALLANGATTfl, CORRYOHG & WflLWA. BROKERS FOR THE SALE OF »niMTMiiwnre«aaa ' PROMPT RETURNS. WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FURRED SKINS AND ALL STATION PRODUCE. FREE STORAGE Three months free on Grain received 1st December to 31st; March,, after which one month allowed. WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR McDOUGALL'S SHEEP DIP. "SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORE? PRIVATE SIDING • KENSINGTON.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

Penshurst & District A. & P. SOCIETY. i , ANNUAL .SHOW," Clwrsdap, 3rd Dccefflfeet; '04. •» : ENTRIES CLOSE TUESDA r, 24th NOVEMBER AT 9 p.m. For further particulars apply to JAS. D ALTON, Sec. SECTION A—HORSES All prizes in this.section, unless otherwise Stated, are—First, £l Is; 2nd lOs'Gd,; 3rd cer tificate. Entrance Fee—For Stallions, Members 2s Gd, non-members 5s. Higb Jump, members 3b, non-members 6s. All other entrance money iii horse sect,ionV-''''Ttferal>(ftis^?:2sV"' Hori-members 3s 6d. Attendants admitted free. The Society's Special Blue Ribbon will be awarded to the Champion/DraughtStallion, and Mare, Best Thoroughbred Stallion and Mare, Best Draught Stallion- and Mare, Best Pony Stallion and Mare. Stewards—Messrs Howard," Radford, Colton and Dr. Sweetuam. 1 Divaught Entire, any age " 2 Draught Entire, 3 years 3 Draught Entire, -2 years . 4 Draught.Mare, dry, any age 5-Draught- Mare, visibly in foal or foal at foot 6 Draught Mare, dry any age, for comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

tLVt. POWLING &CO, ▲uetioxioerft, Stook tad Station Affeat*. PkNSHURST. Monday October 19th. 'Phone No. 17 RW. POWLING & CO (through their auctioneer,' 3. D. FORSYTH will hold their • on nightly sale at Tobin's yards on the above date, at 1.30 p.m., when they will offer. Agents (or North British and Mereanile Insurance Co. Ltd. and The Trustees, Exorx. and Agency Co., Ltd. Sunshine Harvester Co Agent at Maearthur—Mb. P. FOX. K. M. HYSLOP ' L D:8., B.D.S. Dentist, Tel. 172. Thorold Buildings bomtion Street, HAMILTON. Will visit Penshurst fortnightly, and diay be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Richie's hotel, on Monday, 8ept 28, 8TRACHAN, MURRAY and StIAMOX, Pty. Ltd, tfEELOAG and BRANCHES WOOL & GRAIN BROKERS LAND, STOCK, and STATION AGENTS. StocK and Land Sales conducted in any part of the State. Representative for PfiNSHURST and D'STRICT:— Mr. W A. KELLY, Who will work in conjunction with the Geelong Branch. All business entrusted . o him will reoeire s...

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. ^DESPATCHED. Monday—Warrnambool, Koroit, '' Hawkesdale,.'; .. . . . 6.45 a.m. . Melbourne, Hamilton,' Ararat, BaUarat,I)un-'< '' " keld .... 9.40 a.m. Caratiiut 9 *5 a.m Melbourne, Hamil ton, Warrnambool .. 4.^0 p.m Tuesday—Warrnambool, Kor oit, Hawkesdale.. .. 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, BaUnrab,, Ararat,I) un keld .. .... . ' 9.40 a.m. Carauiui 9.45 a.m Melbourne, Warr nambool 4.20 p.m. Hamilton 7.25 p.m Wednesday— Warrnambool. Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton, Ararat, Balla rat, Dunkeld .. .. 9.40 a.m. ■ Caramut 9.45 a.m. Melbourne,. Warr nambool 4.20 p.m. Hamilton 7.25 p.m. Thursday—Melbourne, Ham ilton, Ararat, Dun Weld 9.40 a.m Warrnambool .. .. 11.35 a.m. Caramut 12.30 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton 4.20 p.m. Warrnambool, Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.50 a.m.. Friday—Melbourne, Ham ilton, BUlarat, Ararat, Dunkeld : . 9.40 a.m Caramut 0.45 a.m.. Warrnambool .. .. 11.35 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton 4.20 a.m. Warrnambool, Koroit, Hawkesdal...

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Use for Smoke Rings. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

Use.for Smoke Rings. The distance from which'an aver age man can blow out a candle rarely exceeds three feet. If he is an adept at blowing smoke rings, however, a candle may be extin guished at twelve feet. Of course, the smoke isn't ^ecessair^. An or dinary air ring f the added advantage of ' being-invis ible. Simply pucker the mouth as fa VwouM to ^blOw a smoke ring d *WpiiS air iiifTa quick, sharp manner. It takes a good deal of practice to do it. •, rAn easier way; to show, ;tl}3 effect,, if one is doubtful, is to place a sheet ; of. .c^p^h . or. canvas over this open 'side or a box otherwise closed, making a small, round hole in an other side. Then tap in a sharp • manner on the^canvas,/ *nd invisible air tings'-'."wilt Be produced. If the hole is pointed at a persoh'sface feel them, as tbsy strike his face. Only .'a few 'trials ■ are necessary to extinguish.' a candle at twelve feet. To render. the rings visible, a ! smudgemay be Jiforned' in the-box; I or a small dish .of amm...

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LEARNED HORSES. ANIMALS THAT CAN TALK AND SPELL. MARVELS OP TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

LEARNED HORSES. V' A. ■ ANIMALS THAT CAN" TALK AND SPELL. •MARVELS OP TRAINING. - It is strange that South Africa has taken so small an interest .in an amazing controversy which' has. separated the zoologists of the Con tinent into two hostile camps,.-"' in one of which, stranger still, the Je suit Father Wasmann anrl his arch opponent, the Agnostic, August Forel, are fighting side by side. AM this is over the question whe ther |the ..feats ofa few t trained stalliforik irti ;the;: }tf tifi' product, of their mentality and education, ; or frauds, the result of trickery, con scious, unconscious, or sub-cbosciofts ob the part of their trainer, °a rper ehant of the flourishing manufactur-! ing town of Elbenfeld, in the Prus- | sian sBhinelarid. Some 12 ,years I back, an eccentric old gentleman. of J Berlin, von Osten by name, began; training a horse, which .so profited, by his instructions that in a few1 years "Clever Jack" (der kluge Hans) was able to count, to .; cipher, to read, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

rrrvr. 'pWoTTITJO^jY corner. oR^pEa^; " : ■ BPEiS^|§I|»3 • mi* ^epac^uUdcr; ■, '^■■T"i^i>, waggonsandBu^ MittoordeT. CoacD j ^H^vitsiiifg ^itc op ti)e premises.-r • ::i'i iU'rr •,.:J>hone- 27; vPenshurst, ;; Horse &ho^g,v^.§p8SjgJty.^ ' . irryis'li'lvmi—nff -'--nr '.*■ ,<r • j ili'Ti-yr i/j ,;■; ,n r \ u \ >,,.,. ■ FODD£itlJ£l;b$ ^»rrH'S seeds are 'solt) try tiipm, .... _ ^ 'j Write .fort q'UoiatioDftfor.:fee4s^«deiU.7^4-''AWvyW^V,'^^F^ ^ Rail'w&^^^tir'i$U^^ll%i'&6urQe^rtoesv.':: "/;■: Beat}irdj>ow'ed Dwarf ESsf** Rape, Hnnter RiTer, fin^ 91 her leading TarietieB of Lncerrie, , SorthUms 'lillllets. Turnips, the wr-nderful neW./fodittV plant Silvvr B«6ti arid Smith's famous rtrainaofField.Cnr.rot and Champious 'M"»ns;eli'' ' ' • n orj , ,f;_. '... Siate'approximBtHly quautitie'MrtqulMd..'w ..;• , -. ; Gktfcfdgfcies free * ~ iMfeibpirfne' address, Box 168 G.P.Q. geo. Simfc seed MfGRrTERi BaLLARA& . •■ t-: (e«taWisiied^l86'C) "/! :...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIX. STOP. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIX. STOP. There was a long train of carriages blocking the way, for the English are a TBU3\c loving people, and theit fav orite prima donna never foiled to fill the house The opera had already be gun when Mr» Duval and1 the Marquis of Belgrave arrived at Coveot Garden> Ida, wrapped in a long white cloak trimmed with marahOut, looked like a swan as sho sailed through tke crowd into tbe lobby A solitary diamond star glittered amongst her soft brown curls, and she carried her head Kke a queeft . Many eyes fallowed h«»r gracefcl fig ure with admiration, some with a faint j recognition, wondering where they had 1 seem it before; others with frank de light,. tw at the first sight of « thing of beaut; No delight, but gnw« disap probation, mixed with a slight sur prise; itt one pair of dark eyes, aa-Cap tain B'ereaford stepped in trout of her. Mira l>»val ! " Yea-'r with a slight blusb which seemed to herself quit£. unreasonable " Lord Belgrave is with me,...

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TRICKING THE THERMOMETER. THE WHOLES ART QF KEEPING COOL DESCRIBED AND ANALYSED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

■ ■ 'I, i.i——— ■ ii* M ■ TRICKING THE THER THE WHOLES - ART QF KWWING OOOL DESCRIBED AN» • 1 ANALYSED. "Phew ! it's hot.!'% , >• Yes, it is ! And-»o *r« yeu.;Y»ur pant, puff, perspire, and palpitate, and—if you belong to the fair - MX— possibly you powder ! •' ,/\ With no trouble, but much* tribu- ' lation, you soar, in company with the mounting mercury, to the maxi mum of dilapidated discomfort, and then sink to the level, the low level, of beetroot beauty—when you needn't ! __ > " .. V The first ithing td £ fa' to '• get in-j; to condition. Body fat means' body heat. That's good for the winter, but bad for the summer. Train it off. In winter.wrap yourself up hea vily, pile ;the clothing on; and go for a qvick, hard walk—four miles out and home. You'll perspire profusely, and bjj the excess of sweat on your brow you'll know "your lack pf .conditiop. Keep ^oiiiff^8o1a't>. stop; and get ' a chill—and^ o'n your 'return, have a tepid bath at once. Three or four walks like that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

" ' ' ihf. MO®ER, TOfiD IT. ? "When only .fpur' monihfe old-our! ■little baby':Fralikwa&;attacked with a. • terrible croupy coldj!'..pays Mrs. C. J. ■ -Smith, Mootwingee;S1^ti<?a/.Euriowie, N.S.W. "My mother having'used . Chamberlain's Cough Renledy f6r me wheii I waB a child, - l- at-once -gave. -•;it to" my 'ba^y::andr he'got immiaciiat ^ relief. I. have adopted it fis our. family.. Cough Remedy; it hair never •'failed" . me once.' I trust pfeople liVine ito J the b'ack' ootiritry, : 'asf i*'e ido, will Tiene-. fit by our experience audridways keep ; «7j.: ChsmbwrJain's Ccjugh Ifejnedy m their, ■-reihomes.'ly,0 ' 7 %ld ljr CfijeirtirlSi; PmaSunk. ;Vl: ^ ; BW aw" — -i] ;• :,. ' • ^—-«Vr^'s i--' '■ * / •♦ .<.. »» r-^n^their^Vftia ^'college ■ prtsfessor . "• "who had been a total a'tsferiner all'his ^life;*'iHft^bebame'iyihJ<^wn :in'htefelfch" . and! hid'ho\apti'eUt«7 Ifid.hiB;- family '/ hfe'take a little _beer before each meal. ' In &amp...

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The Record Bullock. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

The Record Bullock. 1 A well-known district resident ha& shown, us a circular advertising a celev i Wilted bullock, said to be the heaviest 102c on record—and well he might be— !.which has been shown in England dur ; ihg the past couple of years. He is : dalled " Pat, th» Giantand 1000 ; guineas has been offered and refused for him. His weight is 254 stones.and following are Iris dimensions : Length horife to rump*. $ft>8ins, tieightrat loins' 6ft 1 in, girth 10ft 8ins,* breadth over hips, 3ft lin. His show record for 1912 was—1st prize Escrick, 1st and 3 specials. Specials at Birmingham —silver cup for heaviest beast in show special prize for best butchers' animal, special prize for best animal over 13 cwts, 1st. prize York Xmas Fat Stock . Show, beating the. subsequent Leeds Champion in. the .class

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Concert and Dance at Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

Concert ami Dance at Gazette • The concert and dance organised by the residents ot Blackfel lows' Creek and Gazette, which was held in the woolshed at the latter place last Tue»-, day evening, turned out a great suc cess, thanks to the energy of the | ladies and committee, and loyalty of the whole district.. As- stated in o.ur ilast issue the entertainment was i organised ia aid of the funds of the • P^nshurst branch ot the Red Cross iSddety,* the .members of which are {doing such good work in our midst. iThe woolshed kindly lent for the oc | casion by Mr A J Simpson, was nicely ; defoliated with flags and evergreens. I There was a large attendance, includ ing, besides residents of the locality )its«]f, many visitors from Penshurst airni other places. Mr E T Eales, who occupied the chair, apologised for the .u*w»voidable absence off various resi dents and explained the object of the gathering The: follpwing programme was gone through in good style, the various contributors to» it ac...

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LIMIT OF COURTESY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

i: '{Ljk||y. 9P = tfop^TIESY^„ Jap tin's new "i*rime' Minktar, Ctjurit i Okuma, has a wooden leg. it replaces •* limb -wbibh wA^ blown oft by"' the bomb of a political as sassin- i ' Itt! , coritteetioii: "with ' that' outrage, a story ris told: which gdes far to ■ support1 the ;• claimthat' ' is made lor. Okumk.! that tie Vis', the' b^sti mannered ,man in Japan,. .. .After , the •vplosipn, which- had •'killed his ser vants and' horses,• besides shattering' Jbiis leg, he- ::;.Vasr lyiogiii his . office, agony. pain,. =y*.V> be- was, abieto say smilingly "to- a': f6reign statesman . who'-was ' takiiig leaye \»f Wfter-VExciise me, . sir, for my im P*>liik4ihes3~ "i^rig' y?u: to door."—"Pali ifaii Gazette." . Providing its J>uild«r accepts cer tain conditions, the BriUah War Office will put aar aaroplanc through rti» mBiUry mccdUm* tart.

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A Call to Women. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 October 1914

A Call, to Wome t. There's a ca'l to every «om «nV lieait, A ca'l frjtu the ' other»vh -re.| Breathing i's infusag-; thru* anguish and tears, A oil'—acall 10 priver. I h'eir ibe c«U rth'i<r«; ihrt roar ■ •• Or CMini'in aii'l Hcrea ninij Bhell, For, oh, th-i d"iith of mis'ry wrought " By wart ; What touuue uaii telt'? » A call to prarttr—oh, mother henrta,: . Lift up your voice fur. these, Wh-> die on thea>ytui haitleiield,-' With none to Help 01 tatse. ' 1 1 i One moment tie'ore—i strong brave life Kager for country t» wh»: [. I he next—a jiitxrius annui'shel form, j With eye* fn d;:tth* grown dim. [ A cull, to prayer forrfhd wouoded— Goii pity the soldier lad Wiio h is left h liruh on the battlefield, Or—saddest of the sad,— Perchance mast be a helpless wreck Through many a weary year. Having been bruised and battered Beyond all alcill to cheer. A call to prayer, for the children Who listen with horror and dread. To 'he awful tid:n^s of bitterness . Of their loved ...

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