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FOR YOUNG FOLKS. THE FOUR HEADACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

THE FOUR IIEADACIIITES,. The four headaches were discus sing their parents. "My father," hraggod Headache No. 1, "was Ambltioua, and my mo thor was Overwork, a masterful, en ergoilc pair." Headache No. 2 was prompt to re ply, '"My fat.er was Indolence and mother was Pa:nporing-an elegant couple- they vwre." "My father," Headache No. :. broke in, "wan Into:nporance and miiy mother was Gluttony, and a merry hou e was theirs--part of the time." "My pIaron were sr.seru...'-VorrY' and Fret; no flrvoliiy in their lhoni' said Headache No. 4. "But you ought to have seen tmy Grandfathor Self-will and mly Grand mother Thoughtle:-;nesa," I leadache No. 1 boasted, lh:ow.in:;; out. his che4 t. "Why!" oexcaiined the other Ilend rch'is in one voice, "ihose were our Gr andfat her and ::.anadmut!(.cr'" Thun the IH:-dla,?,c'e; iii':'-overed th?t, they were iir4;L co,-.;::i , and ev(0 r ,:o:e they have worked i:n clcoe co n:,'ration, and have loonead c ch ot hr freely their hamniern and I '.i.cLes and...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

MUSCULARI JRI:EUMATISM. Rheumatism is a term which hats to do a great deal of work. It is expected to do duty for nearly every source of pain in joint, muscle, or nerve. Strictly, however, when care ful doctors speak of muscular rheu matism they mean an influmnuation being directly or indirectly caused by the action of the specific go.rmn o{ rheumatism. The great *,ymiulitoim from the patient's point of view is, pain-usually felt more severely when the muscles are put into action. the attacks being often traceable to cold, wet, over-exertion, or indiioe. tion. Generally the affected muscleh are tender and often stiff, and the patient usually tries to avoid makingi any use of them-as is well seen in cases of stiff neck. Among the corn. moner forms of muscular rheumati.sm are intercostal rheumatism, lumbago, stiff neck, and shoulder rheumatism. In the way of drugs, the only treatment likely to be of any use is that which is calculated to increasa the digestive activity and render the ...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HEALTH IN THE HOME. DRINKING MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

HEALTH IN THE HOME) -:0:--- DRINKING MILK. Several persons who are fond of mlik find that it dl:sagrees with them; this Is sometimes because it in has tily taken. Milk should be eipped slowly. A good plan is to takeo a lit tle cry bread or a biscuit vvJl1h the glass of milk; tlii:; will prevent the formation of clots of milk on the stomach. When barley water i,; add. ed to the nmill, it will be found much easier to ,lgcest. CARE o' 01 Ti'ill MOtJ']'I. Perhaps no part of the body Is so often neglected as the mouth; especi ally in thin noticeable in the case o: ciii ldren. A lno!l,ler, who ,w;!l roll;:} io is.y itihe !:r * , ihl ,!irl knep 1 .* body sweet l l a ti-:L:a , \ili often f;t! to clean It. ,:rIL. A? ?w-horn in fant should iW: ;e i ;" moutth washed after each fCdli;,-; a toft. cloth Vet in a weak cltitl:on ofe boraL'.c acid should be used for this purpose. .If this were alwayu: done we cilhould Sarcly find a cane of infantile so le mouth. After the tceth come and the mouth i:...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A substitute for eggs.-Wholl mal. ing plain cakes use a dessertspoonful of vinegar to each gill of milk in. stead of eggs. Enamel your grates, using a hard enamel. This gives a bright-looking grate, which only requlres dusting occasionally. To prevent clothes from becoming streaky and patchy in the process of blucing, add a cupful of milk to the water before inserting the clothes. To clarify fat after frying, throw into the fat a few slices of raw pota. to, and cook to a golden colour. Thi' will purify the fat wonderfully. When beating wh\ite of egg, be sure that the plate 1t i perfectly dry, if the process i:3 carried out in the open it will be very lquic'kly accomplished. Open tinned ment in the dark. If the c (octent.; c-lxib:t any phosphores. celnce, they should be condemned. and returned to the shop from which they came. Reserve a drawer or box for paper fronm parcels and for string. If thii; is foilded and pat away it will ease the work of doing up parcels, an...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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MILD MURMURS FROM MARIBYRNONG To the Editor "Sunshine Advocate." [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

MILD MURMURS FROM MARIBYRNONG ' 'o t h e i 'l l it , ,r " .ul n . h i l ,( . d v o H 'a t .. " I, ! i t i', . ? , ,, r i,, .i I w?( (' ii (r,;l k t b . I, lulll li-. II ll th S(sih i o .il I:II i llnun ;i hl i g i e r( 11)0 .h . a lII1 in a "f . I lll'( I . If I '- III ibridl e ,V iiblrV nightli. 1 i, I' f ,':1 flllt i?is ill l ilii" (,\\n II illni Uil li l ' I1'} :il'( i x till ? ?,i d to igrliini t, ,rL givl" soll wliIi lS ,i l l 40 i inks. It i lcin ' .fri, l 's Sfortnight, iii , r l o i ?ii : iill e :ll lkii.ng .1: 1 1, 4 1 ," 11, fil ing, m ig h t (- lll . 1" ,lll) : hit. Ill' i.\s As Val( I had futhl,lnh, sihv?, :)I, wilh Ih, ' othilr' hivilist id con I have :uhi t?1n <d som, :! llini 4o). I', silln 1 so'kkht, sia, (h'11ristInS lints I. mill neros:;, Illon Iowi". In " ly I'll i' ,nh ,1 it~ ~ ~~~S U'l~i~l Ii KI~ l,;v, 1{C) Uit ,i'.n,

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

Christmas Presents Ifyouwant a houseofyour own Why hesitate? I can arrange finance. Your land SA Large Selection of DIAMOND RINGS to choose fron or a small deposit is all that you require. Ordinary LADIES' GOLD WRISTLET WATCHES in a variety of Fancy Shapes and Styles. rent pays principal and interest. Big Stock of .Toilet Articles in English Xylonite Ware. Clocks and Electroplated Ware of descriptions to suit every requirement. Plans and 'Estimates Free of Cost. Materials and Workmanship Guaranteed The Footscray WVatch Depot D P G R IFFIT HI S 117 NICHOLSON STREET. N. LOADER, Builder & Contractor, 13Beavis-st., Elsternwick S1 FOOTSCRAY Phone, Fscray 263 and at Sydney Street, Sunshine , . q,?.?.?,.-i-- l:-LL "?;;?'?i-?'?'-::-;'&;;?--:--;;;=;;iiiiiif l tllmlllnlilllilll lanai ' ill»^Mli*MM"

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

PIANOS Of Rare Tone and Quality J Every one of our Pianos have that rare, sweet tone which is only to be found in pianos of the better grade. Come and hear them as they smile, sob, laugh or wllsper tender words of love. They are as responsive to the human touch as only wonderful-toned pianos can be. We like to have you come in frequently. No one will ask you to buy, for selecting a Piano is a serious matter and requires time and discretion. No family need be without a piano as our terms are so flexible that we can make them fit almost every emergency. We have no high rent to pay consequently we can retail pianos at considerably lower than obtainable in Melb. Write and our representative will call on you Ben Williams Importer of Musical Instruments YARRAVILLE I BUY ANYTHING ANYWHERE 1- CG H iLE'i'ST PIO1. PT CASH:I. Furniture, Single Articles or the entire contents throughoutglu the ious . .I RI.EIUSlE NOTI'II.NG I IUY AN YTI.-[ INC I SELL ANYTIIING \Vrite or Call E. DRAKE'S Big Furn...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

COOKERY. --4.*.... Marmalade- ''-To nmak tho marnnmal ade, slice very line one dozen orangels and one.-half dozen lemons. Adde twenty-four cutlps cold wVater, and let ';oak for thirty-six h!vure.. Then boll for three hour's. vi.l'hing carefully Il-st it e:orch. Add tv.'enty-four cups white rugar, let bhol for forty min llltos longer. Itemove front stove and ,lm tight. Home-Made Veal Sausages.-Take :Iltiual quantities of loan veal and fat !)a(on,, uon l r fine 1 - ;l.o leaven, and a ft.W alnchovls \\wat:.h, 'd and bonedl, and chop I hemn finely. lnt aill into a norltar andI bont well. hIorm Into rolls with flou red flngers, dip into beaten egg, then Into breaui "'runlbs, and fry in boiling fat. Toast 1r fried l)realderun)is may be served with the Hsauages. Economical Croquettes.--Any re nimain of beef, mutton. rabbit or fishl vwhich are left over after meals lmay be lut into a saucepan with a little white anuec', popper, and salt, and a little c('hoplped onlon, if the latter be few i...

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THE FEDERATION OF NATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

THE FEDERATION OF NATIONS In every other sphere of-human re latibns laws can be invoked to settle disputes, and the appeal to violence is treated as a crime; but in interna tional elations force is the only court of appeal, the only.means of i·edress. There is no real security against a repetition of a world war. The pre sent Egyptian crisis, which caused England to forcibly enter Egypt and seize the power of Government she had handed over to the Egyptian people; or the present French atti tude to the world and Germany in pal ticular over the reparation ques tion, are two actions which practically over ide the prerogatives of the League of Nations, and go to prove that any organisation on such a basis is useless, unless it has a standing army of' infinite strength to enforce its authority. The menace to-day is not the likelihood cf the great nations en tering the wholesale slaughter busi ness again in a hurry, but the danger of anarchy and economic chaos, in volving local fighting a...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

Fox & M'Lean Estate Agents Hampshire Road, Sunshine Telephone Sunshine 123 This Week's Bargains: W.B. -House. 4 rooms, all conve niences, £550, £100 dcposit,- ba lance rent, 5 minutes from station W.B. House, 0 rooms, 7 minutes from station, new, price £700. £100 deposit, balance rent. Others from £75 deposit, balance rcent House with 3 blocks land, 10 minutes station, very reasonable. Blocks Land, from £75. Busi sites and farms. Rents Collected; Insurances C. FORGE'S Great XMAS FAIR NOW ON Full particulars in next week's issue FORGES' Drapery Stores, Footscray ....................... ............. on~ Sunshine Motor Garage LES. LIBBIS, Proprietor 15 per cent. Discount on all Tyres and Tubes pur chased or ordered during Gala Week Devonshire Road : Sunshine GIVE YOUR ORDER FOR JAM FRUITS NOW Cherry Plums, 6/- per case. Ready Now All kinds Berry Fruits supplied RULE & BOORER DEVONSHIRE ROAD, SUNSHINE (in oi e o f M yl(iy s ncwO shlY's) Bargains at Hutchin so n's Ladies...

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CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. KOROROIT CREEK STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

CRICKET. SUNSHINE v. KOROROIT CREEK STARS. Sunshine last Saturday commenced a match against Kororoit Creek Stars at Williamstown. Sunshine batted, and opened with H. Carrick and R. Lowe. Carrick, after scoring nine, was dismissed by a high one-handed catch close to the wickets. Lowe, who had till then not opened his ac count, added seven runs, being bowled by 13. Matthew. Kay opened well, but fell a victim to the same bowler. A. Hopkins, who was not troubled by the bowling, scored freely. R. Car rick batted nicely, but after several lives was bowled by S. Hatt. J. Stephenson showed his usual finesse in scoring, and looked like staying, but was bowled by S. Hatt shortly after the tea adjournment. E. El lingsen now became associated with Hopkins in a bright partnership. With the score at the comfortable total of 120, with live wickets down, Sunshine declared their innings closed. Kororoit Creek opened cautiously, but, in spite of this, were at one stage six for 24, and at the drawing ...

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DEER PARK [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

DEER PARK HIarvesting operations are at pre sent in full swing in the surrounding districts of Truganina and Rockbank, where some record crops of oats and barley have been grown this season. A field of oats on the property of that energetic young farmer, Mr. William Robinson, junr., of Truganina, is re ported to be the best for many miles around. The Cricket Club Hotel, which has been under the management of Mr. Alf Summers for some time, has changed owners, and is now being conducted by the proprietor, Mr. P. Coulson (late of Warrnambool). Fishing enthusiasts availed them selves of the ideal weather last week end and several good catches were made in various parts along the Ko roroit Creek. Amongst a number of assorted fish landed by Mr. Tom McIntyre was a line silver eel, which turned the scale at six pounds. The numerous friends of Mrs. L. Diggins will be pleased to know that that lady has now completely reco vered from her recent illncss. At Mr. James Burnside's shearing shed at...

Publication Title: Sunshine Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

Ninth Instalment pf serial story starts in this Issue WALTER A. WARNE MUSIC FOR YOUNG AND OLD By the World's Most Famous Artists Undertaker GRAMOPHONES, PIANOS,,. BANJO MANDOLINS And all kinds of Musical Instruments. Easy Terms Arranged. Phone F'cray 322 238-240 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY Wholesale Tobacconist Branch: Birmingham Street, Yarraville BEN.394 ANDERSON.STREE Phones: F'scray 9 and 685. Motor or HIorse Drawn Funerals BEN. WVLL IAM S~SdV YARRAVILLE : Near Station Be Suited with a SUIT to Suit You Blue Twill Suit from :e6 15s. Australian Suitings a feature of a large and varied stock LADIES' WORK a Speciality Ring Footscray 84 and we will forward patterns SCOVELL and SPURLING Pty. Ltd. "The Good Value Tailors " Footscray & Willlamstown J. Ward Symons The leading Photographer Specialises in Artistic Wedding & Family Groups Our Child Studies are well known. Studio: 147 HOPKINS STREET FOOTSCRAY Phone Appointment F'Pscra.y 797 Frank Davidson CATERER 147 NICHOLSON S...

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IRON QUOITS [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

IRON QUOITS On Saturday, November 29, Braybrook played Collingwood, the premier team of the last two seasons, and after a very interesting game Braybrook was victorious by a ma jority of 29 points. The scores were: -Braybrook, 214 points; Colling wood, 185 points. The following are the individual scores of the teams: J. Tribe (B.), 15, lost to E. Roberts (C.), 25; T. Lamprell (B.), 22, lost to G. Hill (C.), 25; J. Babb (B.), 25, beat W. Merrigan (C.), 12; L. Pres cott (B.), beat W. Tootell (C.), 6; B. Sawyer (B.), 25, beat W. Hansen (C.), 13; H. Taylor (B.), 15; lost to Jim Lampier (C.), 25; D. Carrick (B.), 20, lost to J. McKendry '(C.), 25; A. Sheppard (B.), 17, lost to J. Simmons (C.), 25; J. Naylor (B.), 25, beat R. Lacey (C.), 20; T. Taylor (B.), beat John Lampier (C,), 9. On the opening day of the season Collingwood beat Braybrook by a ma jority of 70 points. Braybrook have played two other matches against Port Melbourne and North Melbourne. The first match at Port Melbourne w...

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SUNSHINE GARDENS H. V. McKay's Bountiful Gift [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

SUNSHINE GARDENS H. V. McKay's Bountiful Gift At. the present time the gardens it Su h:.:ine are looking almost their bes, ,andl as far as the limited area is *,ln ''llc I e lJ Ielere Im 1 om S f:tvour thl," wit .Le display of much larger city ,it, ijal cnhlo:uics, :uch c.s the Alex :.n.,t and 13ot. tical Iahrmh. s. W\Vhen v:e onsider that Sunshi: c tov' I a in,, Io inrovide for the ullke'('; !' ou lm;, gar:lc.:s, it is plain t:)l :t ;: con?pnunity we are under a Ie('e:) i a!e:nt of ,:iligation to Mr. It. V. McKay for the aesthetic conscience that hi: gi\ ., daily jproof of Ipossea:; sin i in Iro vidli .t' such a beautiful botanical re sori for the people. 'To those who Ia\ve the extreme felicity ofI traver sing the gardens on their way to husi ::ess these early summer mornings the word; of the poet Keats arise--"A thing of beauty is a joy for ever; its Icveliness increases, it will never Iass into nothingness, but still will keep a bower quiet for us, and a sleep full of ·.vweet dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

Sunshine's __ Gala Shopping We Christmas Everyone wants a wi , lj'wil I- i~ .1 , giving pleaur! to all who fro n 17 Ix vnis om 3. You wil A1.,l he t, y.e ,, I..,,." Ask for Your free copy. KEITH R. McDONALD ,,,hanet tit l arn Kod ,:d Ch ,ist :!ANMPSHIIi( ROAD, SUNSHINE -- - Don't Read This And forget about it. Bring your friends to Sunbeam Cafe Where you can get your hot meals, afternoon Teas Supper and Cool Drinks always on hand. Choicest Confectionery, Hiot Pies, Tobacco and Cigarettes. W. ARMOUR ' CO. The Local Ladies' and Gents' Tailors Why go to the city, when you can get Tweed Suits, from £5 12 6, extra trousers £6'12 6 Indigo Twill Suits £6-15 0, extra trousers £7, 17 6 mm· ___-_ .. . Sunshine Technical School DERBY ROAD, SUNSHINE Junior Technical School Day Classes for Boys and Girls Senior Technical School Day and Evening Classes in Engineering. Building Construction, Science, Commercial, Art, Trade Subjects Millinery and Dressmaking The school is equipped with every mclcrn...

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A BUSY SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

A BUSY SEASON ''he ottlltlut Of he de r-iiarve'· ( at Ihe Sunshinie Harvester Works has n,,w reached a record, the daily d?e liveity being" completed maclhines, which are Ieing turned out at the ra;te of on(c everiy 15 miinuts. lThere will he full work on these tunt il well uLIon Christmas, a.t:u at the New Year the 2000-stlr onlg a'tiny of eniltloy?es will set tabout the wov<rk of Irodluinci ,11)00 at leotst of the oplular drill-culti vator comlines, which are required for next year's sowing season. In addition to these there are, of 'ootics, :a grea t nutnhor (If oth(rI atg º"i("it It tira iiiil) cemr·l IWri lg I~ro(Iucccd the year1 IrouInd,I(, ant1d (h whohi of next: (M:t~thihiih "nitt. It is t(,h( In i:rIl 1110' 1;iv-go ;iihehitinns it. the Albion end of the %%i(l 1:.; iiiiu~tiiiiog ; I:Lig(, 101~ 11h1m. ;tm 1I ni' mt"act unit. I"n iftiis liui, lit he filleil, owing U~

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

METHODIST CHURCH. The ann ;rnli "c,·s:1, · of' the S111c1:1 v schloIl wails hell (In c)toehcr 2btth aiini Ncvcnlhntbe 2nd, alll c(IllntittttCtl a 11c c·(,r·I 1'm. the church. TheI')i scholars.i~s sIIng very siweeltly. The I it' JI't'i'irs oni the s.'nui~d Sutiadnv wvI''' Iev ( . . W~v'alls o1'liIollIins slt('e't. IilelelI' It to i tilurIh'l, ands, Al r. It. Wn. TIhom(Ipsons otiere Ie hivt' this s "lDldtl," lof thi TIill' 1 ('li' ;'tl ieo . til t drett sses oi thl esl 1"1eache~rs and those of the previous ('I11) Sunda}, among whole wa's Rev. I' c'oro·:aglcc, of 11 greatly a:L1:Lc "ted. Onlcn~~ IIIo~i~· 'I'hctº scx ,I'h Nvemer. th scholars, assisted by the men's club,·:·c gave :In enjoyable cl siic ter'tai noteI st to ai large g;ºth("rintr. 'I'h' children's itemsuc the men's cll'lif ' . The one-act fit rue,

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HOME GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

HOME GARDLNING? By "Heathcr Jock." The climatic conditions still con tinue abnormal for this time of the year. It is sonime considerable time since we have experienced at season which has been :o helpful to the growth of tie majority of vegetables, although it has been somewhat wet and cold for s:me of the subtropical varieties. It has been an exceptiona season for sr:awhcrries. Rarely at this time of the ycar are the plants s- vigo:ous and so well laden with fruit andl foliage as they are at plresent. f:'o luxur:ltiet is the growth that i;wst plants are sending ou? ru:.rers str:oigly. Unless new planis are v:::.: tcd these should be crz:fully watched, and pulled out as s:cn as they make their appearan:c, or t;'.: wiill discon tinue to p,'cLuce eorric. Rc:ently I have noticed in va .icu garden jour nals thae t:,)e :;r . :'t; erries should not be maixr.trd to any extent. My ex perience is exactly the opposite in s:a far as Aua'ralian conditions are con cerned. I have demonstrated suc...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunshine Advocate — 6 December 1924

BAPTIST CHURCH. Once more the anniversary services are over. The children's singing was a credit to the children and teachers. The services were conducted for two Sundays. The preachers were: First Sunday-morning, Rev. Tudball; afternoon, Mr. I. Tudball, junr.; evening, Rev. F. Robertson; second Sunday-morning, Rev. J. H. Goble; afternoon, Mr. G. Tudball, junr.; evening, Rev. Goodman, of Essendo.n. There was a good attendance at all services, and much praise was given to the children on their conduct and singing. Fecllowing the anniversary services was the children's concert on Wednesday, 19th ult. This concert proved the biggest success that has been in the church since the denomi nation has started i.n Sunshine. The church was packed, and so over flowing that the end windows had to he opened, and a large number of people stood on boxes cutside to hear the programmnn, which delighted all, and repeated requests have been made for a repeat, which will be given in the New Year. Enthus...

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