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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

y*ws*£3fs&&? iawfl?^ffiraMffl?nrlg ? Mostyn Skinner, who will appear hi Times," the big musical pro duction which Jack Fewster win pre sent at Theatre Royal on Saturday, October 17th. Box plans open at Allan's fids morning. * TRUFOOD DOWN in price More economical than ever now! Trufood * makes new, cheaper dishes and is delidout In tea and cocoa. Tru food is not a substitute for ml Ik, but pure skim milk in the cheapest and most convenient form. ' " SOJ6X2 Constipation _^ the root of a DOCTORS KNOW THAT IF CONSTI PATION WERE AVOIDED, THE PUBLIC HEALTH WOULD IMPROVE 90 PER CENT. NONE of your facnltiei can Enaction properly v your AjTAluit sxzooim in* parities. Reavlarity of habit in connection with internal cleanliness is vital to nealtb. There are time*, however, when Natare needs an ally. At such times HGSEN proves its tremendous value. It assists without stress. It fcas no tmpfcasant after affects. It is kind to the palate as well as to the system. FKaSEN has no ■'...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAW COURTS CAUSE LIST SUPREME COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

LAW COURTS CAUSE LIST SUPREME COURT No. 2 Court (Criminal).—Before Mr. Justice Napier, at 10 ejn. today—Bex v. Jackson: Bex v. Steggall (part .hemrd); Bex v &nd C&mu. No. 4 Court {Civil}.—Before Mr. Justice Piper, at 10.30 eon.—Appeals from Justices —Hahlcli v. Hablch; Constable v. Con stable; Bullock v. Buttfield: Hook v. Book; Clark t. Daly; qiark v. Ca&lll. In Chambeis.—Before a Master, at 10.30 •Jn.—CHamber business. INDUSTHIAIi COTJET Before Mr. President Kelly.—Today, at 10.30 ajn.—Port Plrle Hotel, te, employes* case (1931. No. S3—Application to rescind Industrial agreement): (1931. No. 54—Ap plication tor an award), preliminary Blt tlnjr. Country Hotel, *c-. employes* case (1831. No. 11—Application for variation of award).-adjourned hwiring. ADKfiATnW lOCAL COOBT—FDU. JUE3HDICnoN Oases for today.—Baker—Toop v. 83. Pastoral—McLachlan: Kearney—Mawlen v. Nelhuus—oenders; Baker—Dalgety v. Pen gllly—Sparrow; Nelngan—Klngsley v. Aid rlcli—Gun. CRIMINAL SESS...

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Reported Murder of Lugger's Japanese Crew Darwin. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Reported Murder of Lugger's Japanese Crew Darwin. October 6. It is rumored that the lugger re-<*> ported near Cape-Hay is the missing lugger Oulda registered D51. reported to have foundered, with the drowning of eovoe of toe Japanese crew, a lew months'««). "-r■ . - ■■• ■ A report.now says that lite three Japanese on board were murdered- Jv the black crew.- who ran the boat ashore, tooted ner. .and escaoed In the "bosh with cans- and ammunition. .Aixrtiier report states that one Japanese vwent ashore duck ehooting. and was killed by blacks for the pos eeaston of his gun, and that his_cpm cantons were killed as -*etow''*!Te-wit nesses of the crime. The noUoe are investUwttn* tee r< ports, but nothing 'definite wfll be known unta the return of the search party _ .^

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SOCIAL NOTES To ensure Insertion, wedding reports most reach "The Advertiser" within a week of the ceremony, and most be signed by both parties. Other natter intended for publication in this column should be forwarded as early as possible. An Invitations and communications in connection with purely social matters should be addressed to "Idra," Social Editress. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

SOCIAL NOTES To ensure Insertion, wedding re ports most reach "The Advertiser" within a week of the ceremony, and most be signed by both parties. Other natter intended for publication in this column should be forwarded as early as possible. An Invitations and communica tions in connection with purely social matters should be addressed to "Idra," Social Editress. Conducted by Idra On Saturday evening Mr. W. S. Norman entertained a number of friends at dinner at the Hotel Richmond, and Afterwards at. the Theatre Royal and the Arcadia Cabaret. It was Mr. Norman's 21st birthday. Miss Beryl Schoff, of Farren-street, Glenelg, was given a surprise bridge party on Monday evening. The prize was woo by Miss Kathleen. Sampson. A bridge party will be held at the Presbyterian Girls' College on October 16. The committee includes Mes dames G. C. Ugertwood, J. OTJea, Harvey Johnston, L. Parsons, D. Mc- Robert, A. Fraser. N. McGilp, P. D. Monfries, Duncan and Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. Howard Burgess is ac...

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In Aid of Minda [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

In Aid of Minda A successful bridge party, in aid of Minda Home, was held at Arcadia Cafe yesterday afternoon. The conveners were Mesdames Sommerville, J. Tassie, v. H. Scott. F. D. Henderson, P. E. Stow, G. Wllmshurst, H. Johnson, and Miss A. Williams. Mrs. Robert Craw ford, of Devonshire-street, North Wal kerville. won the first prize, Mis. H. Mayfield, of MitcheU-street, Goodwood, the second, and Mrs. Pownall, of Mbse ley-street, Glenelg, the third. Those who engaged tables Included Mes <lames E. Player. A. Sparks. H. G. JenUn 6cm. J. Fisher. H. E. Winterbottom. B. A. Jonnson. B. GUlman, J. Stacy, Vlckere. 3. Newman, B. Sutton, O. Parr, J. A. Fraser,] W. TuEoch. V. A. Scott. V. Gamean. E. V. Little, P. E. Stow. F. D. Henderson? a. WUmshuret. A. MeKenzle. J. W. Sutherland, F. W. Peyer. A. Malwood. Matters. Moore. B. Johns, A. T. Sparks, P. Stevens. Charles Allen, P. Teeney. 3. P. Fjdltm, P. Cleve land, Julius Z. MaCen and W. Mallen.

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GOLDEN WEDDING AT CRYSTAL BROOK [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

GOLDEN WEDDING AT CRYSTAL BROOK The golden anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lines, of Crystal Brook, was celebrated at the homestead of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Johns, their second qpnc"*" Between 50 and so friends and relatives gathered, among whom woe four generations. At the breakfast the Eev. Norman E. Lade proposed Hie toast of •The Bride and Bridegroom." Mr. Lines was a son of the late Mr. J. A. Unas, of Peklna, and was bora In 1855. at BkeUe golee Creek. He was ?«>h«i< at Port Pirie on September 22, 1851, by the Bev. Mr. Cbrbin, to Miss Vagar. end among th? places at which taey Ufed wan fc&natta, Tteoowle, Morohed, Back Boek. Port Ftata, Kooltmga, and Crystal Brook, when He followed agrl eurtqral ■ puaulU lac siany joara. He retired tanS resided m Adelaide, eventually rttoming to Crystal Brook 14 yean asp. For many years be carried on a bun neas of bunding and selling booses at Port Plrle. Be was awarded the long service medal for military wor...

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Phar Lap Scratched For Caulfield Cup Sydney, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Phar Lap Scratched For Caulfield Cup Sydney, October 6. The champion.' Phar Lap, with with-<*> drawn from the Caulfield Cup this morn-<*> ing by H. B. Telford. part owner and trainer. For the time being, at any rate. most racegoers will consider turn a likely starter In the Melbourne Cup. On the other band, his party Is non-committal on the subject. In a recent conversation. Mr. S. J. Davis, the other part-owner, drew atten tion to the possibilities of Phar l*p hav- Ing bis already tremendous task In the Melbourne Cup Increased by a lightweight suddenly developing staying form. such, as had the Sydney horse. Vlgne, or of a three-year-old revealing remarkable sta mina Prom bis remarJs. It was gath ered that neither he nor TelTord wouM risk the horse's being knocked about. Reminders Nominations for toe Oawler Jockey Club's spring meeting, to be run Satur day. October 24. will close -(at Gordon's Attencr at 4 p"aru or with the secretary (Mr. M. F. Otoams) at...

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RANDWICK PROSPECTS Phar Lap Again Sydney, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

RANDWICK PROSPECTS Phar Lap Again Sydney, October 6. The third day of the Australian Jockey Club's spring meeting is known as Craven Plate day. This weight-for-age event has provided many thrilling struggles, but wim mar uup engaged tomorrow, there does not seem the sllghest chance of his being unduly extended. Pentbeus, the Epsom Handicap favorite. wU probably be among the starters, and he Is thought likely to be the runner-up. He stayed on veil In his races in Melbourne last spring. Although he had a fairly severe race on the first day of the AJ.c. meet ing, he should do better than Chide Carry On, and Rondallna, who were among Hie horses that ran on Monday Opportunity Is afforded Epsom Handicap and A.J.C. Derby runners to atone for their defeats In the Suburban Handicap and the Members' Handicap respectively. A big field will line up for the Suburban Handicap, which may go to the New Zea land ?r. Love Song. The Sydney "Morning Herald" selections are:— ' Hurdle Race—Gadray 1, Roes...

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DERBY PREPARATIONS Semi=Final Track Gallops More than ordinary interest was shown in the track work at Victoria Park and Morphettville yesterday morning, because the Derby candidates were given their semi-final gallops. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

DERBY PREPARATIONS Semi=Final Track Gallops More than ordinary interest was shown in the track work at Victoria Park and Morphettville yesterday morning, because the Derby candidates were given their semi-final gallops. The star performer of the morning at Victoria Park was Some Quality's half-sis- <*> ter. Goldsome. This fil ly has not won a lace, although she has shown promise on several occasions. Going in company with Beautiful Barrie and finishing on terms with him. she completed a mile and a quarter on the course proper, IS yards I Irom the rails. In 2.17=4. which was a splendid effort. Having the outside going with Dor anton. Fulmond was responsible for a fine gallop over a mile and a quarter, on the grass, 30 ft. from the raUs, at Morphett ville. He ran the distance In 2.16. com pleting the last mile In 1.48%. Opera King, who was slightly amiss last week, went over a similar distance with St. Mary In 2.181i, which snowed that be has made a satisfactory recovery...

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Y.M.C.A. Carnival [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Y.M.C.A. Carnival Competitions to determine the best all- round Individual and club in the Y.M.C.A. are being held in the association rooms this week and next. Yesterday's. re- salts:— Debating (A Grade)—Comrades. Boos ters. Klaoras. B Grade—Olympics. Spar tans. Acmy. Basketball (A).—Klaoras. Dazzlera. Comrades; B—Olympics. Acmy. Spartan* Volleyball <A>-Klaon£: DaSc lea. Boosters: B—Olympics Acmv Boax tans. CaUsOienlcs (A)—Comrades' Boos ters: B—Acmy. Horizontal' Bar (A)—HilL Howard. Elliott:. B—Payne. Calnan. Paral lel Bar (A)-Mosel. Moyse. SkeW?- Calnan. Payne. Wood. Vaulting Horee (A)—Howard and Skewes (equal). Moyse; B—Cataan. Payne. Wood and Bmalley (equal). Fence Vault (A)—Skewes (6 ft f*ldS? Granrenor: B—Payne (8 ft. 3%). 1: Buttrose and Twelftree (equal). Club scores:—A Grade—Comrades. 28: Booster. 26<4; Klaoras. 26«4: Dazzlers 1Z B Grade—Acmy. 34; Olympic. 30; Spartan, 12: Ensign. 10. Mr. Claude Bennett adjudicated tbe gymnastic championships. Tonig...

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GEELONG [?] (Adelaide time)-CONNEWARRE HURDLE RACE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

GEELONG [?] (Adelaide time)-CONNEWARRE HURDLE RACE . Two miles St. Ib. st. lb 14 Forygonum 11 3 4 Bumlelgh _ 910 U 81r Gleam .10 9 3 Purple Cap 9 8 16 Baosul ..10 712 Triplex .. S 8 8 Chariot .. 10 213 Golden 2 Provost Pivot .... 9 4 Winter .. 10 0 6 Zero Time . 9 4 20 Skirmish _10 0 5 The Gaucho 9 2 a KhnTmng . 9 12 15 Scrutiny . 9 0 7 Boyal OUa 910 1 WeGinak . 9 0 I.4O—NOVICE HANDICAP .. . Five lurtongs. First Division. V. Jostazac _ 9 012 Talyuan ..7 9 5 Greenland 810 7 Beau Jollas 7 7 2 Peter Green 8 8 13 Flying Crow 7 6 5 Gallant 9 Lysan .... 7 6 Welkin .. 86 10 Auriga ..7 4 1 Kalon .... 8 6 3 Hlantlc ..7 4 8 Harvest Bill 8 0 4 Trustybrook 7 2 240—GBOVEDALE HANDICAP One mile 7 Sir Gtmculus 9 0 5 Bavacre ..7 4 3 Barby .... 813 13 Bunker Hill V 2 16 David Oar- 10 Wanconner .72 rick .... 8 7 1 Third ?rin g 7 0 14 Cerastes .878 Lady's 12 Reputed King 8 1 Daughter . 6 13 6 Cave King 7 911 Special CaSl 611 2 Sartarees _ 7 9 9 Flavlste .. 611 4 Blackbird . 7 6IS Pennies ..6 7 2.3S—NOV...

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RIDERS FOR TODAY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

RIDERS FOR TODAY The following is a list of the pro- <*> bable riders tor today's races:— <*> RANDWICK J. Hurdle Race—Rossgole. C. Black: Gadray. J. uecurley; Klrna, H. Ullyman* Ban -s£LJs£&.?V Cl£!1B« *«* BJdTL Hynes; Ragatzlcy. A. Pearce; David's Day a! Giles; Golden Tunic. G^DeJaneyr?ulonT. J3. clrtrmgfifLTl Craven Plate—chide, w. Cook; Phar Lap, LF% SSS. 0"- "«■ M00""^ *??>& Glmcrack Stakes—Bonnie June T TZ^^'-tF* I"***-^- jSSSrtoni™DarbS: lara, H. Hornery; Precious Gift. E. BarUe: «ll^^ M^f Igi^gdia l .V JO^ «lng Boy. S. Davldso^KlSmey. A. Bee? J9« Song. B. Bead: Cathmar. J. Coutts; Carten: legislator. W. Johnstone; Vail. B. Bartle: Gemllght, D. lilghtfoot; Trenet:e, i "Slll^ 81 Homedale. B. Britt; Sundsr lee^ W. Paterson: .Grand March. N. Per- Members1 Handicap—Movie star. T. Web ster: Koomeela, M. McCarten; Bondallna, H. Jolly Wonga, J. Munro; Bepere. J-,f?tt: Miss Nottava. K. Britt; loHl ff"l^ 11- JL ??ok: Maurice Bede. W. Bum: ...

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CHILE HAS NEW PRESIDENT Disorders and Deaths at Elections SANTIAGO (Chile), October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

CHILE HAS NEW PRESIDENT Disorders and Deaths at Elections SANTIAGO (Chile), October 5. Senor Juan Esteban Montero, a mid-<*> dle-aged man and a newcomer to poli-<*> tics, succeeded today to the Presidency of Chile in an election attend by disorders and marked by at least five deaths, perhaps ten. He decisively defeated bis Radical opponent, Don AiUiro Atessandri. Senor Mootero takes the post vacated by Carlos IbaneE, who was overthrown in July, and fled to the Argentine. Ibanez was elected in 1926, and bis term should have expired in 1932.

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DUMPING OF U.S. MAGAZINES Minister of Customs Asked For Duty [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

DUMPING OF U.S. MAGAZINES Minister of Customs Asked For Duty Stating that no fewer than 600.000 copies of left-over and out-of-date American magazines of poor quality were sent to Australia every year, a Melbourne committee, representing au thors, the Australian Industries Protec tion League, the Victorian Institute of Advertising and otters, on Monday protested to the Minister of Customs (Mr. Forde) against such dumping. It asked Mr. Forde to subject these publications to & Customs duty suffi ciently great to bring the selling price on the level with what It was in the country of origin, plus freight, exchange, and landing charges. As a dumping duty would materially restrict the importation of back-date magazines, it would stop a great deal of money leaving the country and help to extend the field for Australian magazines, thus ensuring the future for those already connected with the in dustry and opening up fresh avenues of employment for others. It was estimated that if t...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

PERSONAL The Governor attended by Captain C. H. Williamson, A.D.C, paid a visit, to the Repatriation General Hospital at Keswick, yesterday afternoon. Lady Hore-Ruthven presided at the annual meeting of the Kindergarten Union yesterday afternoon, -and in tfee evening was present at Mr. H. Hutchlne's violin recital at the Henley Beach Town There was no change last night in the condition of Sir John MVwngii who is seriously 111 at his home at Toorak, Melbourne. Sir Nicholas Lockyer, formerly Con troller-General of Customs, was 76 yes terday. A son of Major Edmund Lockyer, H.M., 57th Regiment (founder of the nest British -settlement in Wes tern Australia at King George's Sound in 1827), be was born at Sydney in 1855. Sir Nicholas Lockyer chose a career In the Civil Service, and entered the New South Wales Treasury in 1868. In 1896 he was chosen for the com bined position of Collector of Customs, and first Commissioner of Taxation. At Federation he was made Assistant- ControUer-General ...

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LATEST SCRATCHINGS Melbourne, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

LATEST SCRATCHINGS Melbourne, October 6. Caulfield Cup.—Patou, Ithuriel, Coolac, Calina. Mira Donna. Grand March. Phar Lap Pavilion. Speedway. Cypress. My Talisman. Bayacre. Chief Joy. Vail. Der-<*> mid. Black Allah. Waugoola. Senator. Her bert Power Handicap—Patou. Burrator. Obv Hurdle Bace—Burrator. Citeoux. Mlra Donna. Lord Essex. Star God. Grand March. Burwood Handicap—Bold Bo;. V.R.C. Spring Meeting.—Melbourne Cup —Patou. < Oeeions-—Kardtna •Three-year-old—W moea. AnaKt*. THal Handle**—Klrrewur. -

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NEWS IN BRIEF . Death of Archbishop.—The Most Rev. Timothy Casey, Catholic Archbishop of Vancouver and Metropolitan of British Columbia, died at Vancouver an Mon- [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

NEWS IN BRIEF . Death of Archbishop.—The Most Rev. Timothy Casey, Catholic Archbishop of Vancouver and Metropolitan of British Columbia, died at Vancouver an Mon- day at the age of 69. says a cable mes-<*> sage. Baker's Shop Entered.—Cash and goods to the value of about 15/ were stolen from tbe premises of A. & W.'S. Thomas & Hill, bakers, of TpnfifrigfrTi road, on Monday night. Entry was gained by breaking tbe panel ol tbe door. Unemployed BeDef*—The ri mfli be tween toe Government and the Legis lative Council of Victoria on tbe un employed relief question has become more pronounced, as the result of the ac tion of the Council today In instating on its right to suggest an amended un employment relief tax schedule. Senate Candidates.—Messrs. E. Need ham (former Senator), G. Gaunt (sec retary of the Police Union), and L. B. Grieve (general president of the Loco motive Enginedrivers* Union) have been chosen as W.A. Labor candidates for the next Senate ele...

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Out among the People [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Out among the People By Rufus. TI/HEN a controversy was raging a " couple of years ago in regard to the desirability or otherwise of admit ting Alsatian dogs into the Common wealth, some correspondents incident ally advanced the theory that it was impossible for the wolf to cross with the dog. This has been disproved at the Zoo. Yesterday Ronald mniwiitn told me that a dingo bitch had mated with a wolf and whelped seven pup pies, six bitches and one dog. He said the pups are reddish color, like a dingo, on the forequarters, and smoky colored on the hindquarters. He' also told me that they sent home to the London Zoo one dog dingo and two bitches, and that when they arrived there were 15. each bitch having given birth to six puppies on the voyage. Street Musicians MANY people have asked me If It is •"*■ not possible to close down on some .of the street musicians. One man said to me yesterday, "Instead of the st!i of November once a year, we have it cele brated two or three times a we...

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KINDERGARTENS HAVE 470 ON ROLL Overage Daily Attendance 360 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

KINDERGARTENS HAVE 470 ON ROLL Overage Daily Attendance 360 "The report of the executive pre-<*> sented at the annual meeting of the Kindergarten Union. which was held at the Montessori Training College Pal- mer-Dlace. yesterday, disclosed: that there were 470 children enraged W.tne nine free kindergartens with -an. ***- rase attendance of 360 daily. Toe work at those centres. «« re port stated, continued to maintain ?? high standard, and ««we?!te*J^J?f the loyal 00-operatkm of the directors and students who were called nrwnjo give much and make many sacrifices In the interests of their wo* was re corded. Tlie collet* nad 37 ctudente In training at the free Wndergartens. It was due to the economical way in which the colUse was ran. together withtbe receipt of rent fromtt^Bton teseori school, that the executive bad not been called uoon to grant added Lady Hore-Ruttwen cooke of the «ood work being done by the union. OfluJ^elertedt-IWjonMB. I*dy McKellar Stewart: vtee-ure...

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BEES SEEK HOME Swarm On Motor Car In City Street [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

BEES SEEK HOME Swarm On Motor Car In City Street Bees followed their queen through King William-street yesterday and caused a stir at lunch-time and for an hour afterwards. They took no notice of the baffle constable an pctot duly a* Waymoufli- Etreet-Bad fas did not takejnndi notice of them, as fhey brassed their way confusedly' along the iln il At the T. & G. coma, they disputed the possession of a sedan car with Sir. li. V. Lonnyon, a Vacuum Oil Com pany salesman. The bees iron easily, and Mr. Tjumyum found that office jraric demanded his nygntW* for the H"t? Fingering tbe Swann : ' ThfTi t>i? experts gathered xomid. &i -oouraged by the way they poked their fingers Into die «faiigpitw«> t^tmn '*>'? hood-and windows "of _ sbe car, fiw crowd pressed In—heedless of the few Insects which alighted on ears and eyebrows, and travased collar rims. The experts were not wonted, and they were fairly decorated with bees; the crowd followed the' example, and' remained...

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