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Bovelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER VI.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

B^ovelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA ? ? O ? Bv FREDERICK M. DEY. ? CHAPTER VI.— Continued. The vision that I saw was a yonng girl, not moro than twontv, and as sho paused beside that hideous, yet grandly boautifnl ebony blossom, fondly carcsbing its beautifnUeaves, she presented a picture which 1 will novcr forget. Siio was clad in a dress which fell about her as though expressly designed to set off to its fullest advantages every graceful curvo of her exquisite figure. Her clear, transparent skin, whiter tlian my own, gusiuneu into uniiuer-oi^cBu through *t\io rocshesof laco up' on her arms and perfectly moulded neck. A chain of jewels, which BCCinod like particles of flame borrowed from tho rays of the sun, was wound around and through her raven hair and across her shoulders, ; and after coiling about her waist hung in scintillat* ing loops at hor sido. Aslgflzdd ardently, with my whoio soul, upon the exquisite picturo, sho raised her oyes to glanco at the bluo sky ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

WEST OAMDEN ADVOCATE. ? AND Beppima Distpiet Press (ESTABLISHED 1S?4) Is the OLDEST, LARGEST, and MOST WIDELY CIRCULATING NEWSPAPER between Sydney and Goulburn. ? ? :o — / SUBSCRIPTION : PER ANNUM (in advanoe) .. . . ?? 10 0 PER HALF TEAR -(in advanoe) ?? . ? .. 5 0 PER QUARTER (in advance} . . .. .. .. 2 6 PER QUARTER (credit) .. .. .. .. 3 0 PUBLISHED Every Wednesday and 'Saturday Morning. . — ? § ? — Advertising Rates Reasonable. . ? — r—:o: — ? — U the Representative Paper of a Large District, and offers Spocial Advantages to Advertisers which, no other local paper can give, circulating as it does extensively among the leading residents, and in every farmer and Selector's home in at least THIRTY TOWNS and Villages throughout the Surrounding District, the population of which is about , 6ooo. THE SCRUTINEER IS AN INDEPENDENT PAPER, FREE FROM ANY CLIQUE OR PARTY. o Jobbing Department. NEW TYPE is being added to the Jobbing Department in order that the paper may keep abreast of the ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

^Ite Scrutineer. TERMS Subscription 2/0 per quarter prepaid ; 5 /? if booked ; charged only from tho time of commencing. Advertisements — ot less than one inch, 1/* tor the firat two lines and 3d. per lino after ; longer advertisements, 3 /? for the first inch and 1/6 for every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made ?r standing advertisements. _ -Advertisements o births, mairiagcs, and deaths, if sent by post, must be authenticated by the signature of some person known at the oHioc, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to G p.m. on day of publication. Tho number of insertions should be written on the face, or tho advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advertisements must be sent in by in no a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. MST All accounts due for subscriptions, advortid ? ?ng, or printing are payable at tho office, Moss Vale SL Ha AXJOTIOKTBER, WILDS MEADOW AND ROBERTSON, IS Prepared to conduct...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NATURE OF PROVERBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

The nature of proverbs. Wo probably nono of no know how muoh Ve una pr over ha in our. daily opecah ; but it is oorlain that if thoy woro withdrawn from the language wo ebould find ouroelveo pulled np ot ovory turn ; for wo may almoot cay a ? langungo io not a languago until it baa pro verbs imbodded in it. Provorboaava a deal of thinking. They often throw iiGht upon a porplexity, oolvo a ourront affaire, or throw a beam of wit or bamour upon oomo dark spot. Provorba may bo regarded ao tho gome ot language, and many of tho old proverbs might afford a test for an eonay well worth writing and roading. ' You muot not look a gift homo in tho mouth ' wao a proverb in 8t. Jeromo'o timo. Oao of Arioato'e heroes in ' Orlando Eurioso ' jumps from tho fry ing pan into tho firo. How tolling muBt bavo boon tho incidcnto oonneotcd with the original gilt horco rnnhly oritioiood, or the fatal imprudenco of tho haplaoa donizena of tbo frying pan, to havo etnmpod thoir lon Bono oo indelibly on tho w...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ALL-ROUND INTELLE[?] MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

AN ALL-ROUND INTELLECT UAL MAN. Bo WOB op in mathematics, bad a taste for bydrostatico.nnd could talk about astro nomy from Ariotnrchuo down ; Bo could tell what hind ot benna wero de voured by tlia Cbnldo:sno,nnd ho know iho doto of ovory joko made by a oirouo clown. Bo waovoriicd in evolution, and would in ctanco tbo poor Uucoinn an a typo o! Ba could write a pes^a of matter on tbo difio rent kind of butter ucod in mailing flinty pimornoL-D in tbo modern oooking plan. Ho could revel in otatiotios, bo waa well np in tbo Cotien, know tbo pcdigrco of horosa dating 'way back to tho ark. Far and wido bid tips were quoted, and hio football otuO wao notod. In politicnl J prodiotiono ho uould nlwoya hit tho mark. Bo oonld urito upon tbo tariff, and ho didn't cccm to caro if bo wco oallcd off to Eoviow o book or urito a poem or two ; Ho could boil down otulf and edit, hnaw tbo voluo of n crodia, ond could hratlo with tbo telegraph in otylo exoollcd by fow. Ho could toll juot how a firo oho...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Council Clerkship Applications. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

(Doimciill (DJcrEjsliip Applications. Somo of tho following applications for this romunorative billot woro received ; and some woro not rocoivod by tho corporate body ruling tho roost in the (according to aldormanie ogotism) model borough of Paddington : — ' Emily-atroet. Marriokville, 3rd Deo' ombor, 1892. Gentlemen, — I beg to apply for tho noBition of council-clerk to vour corporation, now vacant, and earnestly hopo under diviuo guidance you may bo endowed with wisdom to elect me. My espeiionco has boon long and varied in tho study of in vestigation, nnd I dooply regret tho manipulation of figuras. . Tho last qualifica tion, I hasten to explain, is a sad but useful legacy of my unregonorato days, whon I occupied a post very similar to that which I now oxpout to fill in your midst, und which I dishonoured by robbing my employers. Grace will prevent any repetition of ora bezzlomont on my part, when I trust thoro ia no man si dense in your council as to not appreciate tho utility of...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A COURAGEOUS GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

r i i - t A ®S)UBA©E©U8 ©SESG;. * ? fBv John WAnn.^ It was u-alcopy Summnr'o day, and thoro was a droamy oir porvadiuft tho homo farm whoro tho corvnnto woro fioing languidly about thoir work. Tho mattor nnd miotrrn - Woro nbnontnt n noi[*libouniif» fnrm, tho Fritohard'a, four milcn awny, but nil wnn Boinp on aa itemed for tho timo. It \7no but a littlo hoiacstcr.d for it hnd boon vocontly started by tho 3'oung couplo who inlinbitod it now. It woo clono on dinnor timo nnd SMollv tool: hor plump nrmn from tho ton of tho jviolcot ftfito r/horo oho hnd boon lonniiip idly, and propnrod to carry thoir riuiona to tho man nnd boy who labored on Oio fnrm. Thoro void two othor lmidn, a oturdy womau and n youii|»; fjirl of fourtoon yonvo, vrlioso miction it wna to do odd jobn. Thoy woro preparing to nottlo down to thoir opu moal in tiio uoat kitclion with ito brightly eoourod pann nnd whitovnohod walla, whon tho sound of n. hoico'o hoofo wna hoard npproaohin^ awiftly, nnd thoy van out to ooo ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

SCIENTIFIC AND USEFUL. Thotcmarkablo geological phenomenon of tho moving stono of Buenos Ayrc3 is uituated on tho mountain o£ Tandil in tho southern part of tho province of Buenos Ayrcn. It iB called tho moving ctonr, and is famous throughout South Amorica. Thio enormouo rook seems to bo sustained on its bano by an invioiblo axis, nnd has an oscillating move ment from cant to- weot to nnd from tho u iuumaiu, ,UU U u.ut-.u sufficient to pntit in . motion. It mear-uron 2-ifeetiu hight, fm'Ilnnt in length, and 19 feet in breadth. i represents a volume of over 5000 cubic and its approximate woight, ao oalcnlctCQ, is 25 tons. Its figuro io that of on irro/inLar cono, and tho baeo on whioh it rosts'hha^i30 tho lorm of a cono whioh has o diamojor ol ton iuohes. When tho v/huls blown from tho southeast the movablo stono sways, ??jes, and falls after tbo manner of tho bronoh of a great tree, I-r. Sohlunk's di3covory that tho fati in cocoa-nut oil mako a vory satia!aotory sub Dtituto for butt...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Success of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

The Success of {Labor. At tho present time great changes aro loming about in tho social utiituo of mankind. A irwn i-. not now-a-tlaya considered a God, bccnuso fiin fatlicr_ was a clovei' uscrcr or merchant. It w becoming a recognised fact that all men :\ro equal — as moil— and Imvc cncli the n'^lit to enjoy hfu'u blessings to an equal degrco. In tho past it bar. nlway3 been the aim of the rich to grind down tho poor, nnd as tho latter hud but ono alternative — starvation —they wwo compelled to lie tlumkful for what they oonld get. Hut now education ia opening inen'o eyes to the f;ict that mankind could onjoy much moro pleasure and comfort if such largo shares of rho world's weidtli wore lint annexed by tho few. The day of a great industrial revolution' is at hand, nnd a brighter and' beLter future is in store for lis both socially and financially, and whilst p, lying attention to these groat interests it 13 also essential to take particular caro of our physical well-being. An nil-...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVITIES. Make It Up Ere You Sleep. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

BREVITIES. Mako It Up Era You Sleep, ' Our temper runs away at timea,aa everybody knows, Wo any things whilo we're angry that wo won't say in repose. To ahow the truest penitenoo this littlo maxim keep : Just mako it np boforo yon go to sleep. Don't lot tho darkness find yoa with aoword of anger drawn To mako oomo fond heart Guflor till tho breaking of tho dawn. Como, lot your anger vanish; knock your prido into a heap; Jast make it ap beforo yoa go Co sleep, Who knows whero yoa will wander when tho shades of night depart? j Don't entor that dim oountry with hot angor I in yoar heart 1 Don't mind. tho provocation — ao yo sow sol shall yo reap. | Just mako it up boforo yoa go to Elcep, Somo 3S0 yearo ago Martin Luther uaid — ' Tho sparrow should bo killed wherever found,' Can it bo said tho sparrow agrees with tho groat reformer as regards a ' diet of worms?' Put q hay oap on top of a hay-oook and yoa savo your hoy. Put tho cap under tho hay and you spoil your hay and save your cap. ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN ARCTIC PHANTOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

AN ARCTIC PHANTOM. B? J. W. Hendekbon. It waa in January, and we wero in latitude 15deg, 2-lmin. south. Tho heat was beyond description, for wo.werolylngbeoalmedunder a tropical aun. The sea wao a deep sap phire blue, translucent to o mysterious dopth, eo that, leaning over tho rail, ono could see bita of gayly tinted sea-weed float ing far below tho surface. Occasionally a brown fish, lookiDg purplo through tho glotifjiog water, would shoot closo to tho ship and then, emiting tho placid dopths into ehivering silver, go scurrying away in io tho infinite unknown of tho great deep. Thero was not a breath of air. Tho eea lay liko molten glass under tho pitiless buu, and tho long undulation ol tho swell seemed liko tho deep pantings of a heat oppressed bosom. Tho horizon was lost in a dim gray haze that quivered with tho radiant heat, and gavo everything an appearance o! melting, l'hopitohin tho acamo of tho deck waa soft and sticky. ? Sammy Scutles, tho cecnnd moto, declared that on th...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAVED FROM THE ROBBERS. A Contractor's Forgetfulness Proves of Great Value to Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

SAVED FROM tHE ROttBSfUlw ? ? ? ? ?? A Contractor's Forgetfulness Prove* of Great Value to Him* Somo years ago a prominent railroad ? builder ot Warsaw, Poland, experienced ono of tho most remarkable ' narrow eaoopee' on reoord. Ho wae employing several thousand laborers alcng the line of a railway thon . under construction. A3 thero wero fow banka in tho provincial tc.vuti of Poland in those days, ho was compelled to carry with him : largo sums of money from headqoortcra on regular trips, to pay off liia hands. He ueua)ly drew the amount he required from the lUnk ol I'uland on tho day beforo his departure, liifc money over-night in his own sate, which he ooosidered a perfectly sccuro i]f-pr£.:!cTy fur thcee funds, ao the ark of safe cihcllf .-.aa not thon eo extensively known. One afterrfKn. »r ho was engaged in counting u!.'i t,;it.vging the monoy ho had then drawn hom the bank, some one colled hi tn iiuo ite onur o!fico on some urgenS busineoe. Mr. ? threw a newspaper oa the bank...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HER FIRST CALLER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

HER FIRST CALLER. ? oOo ..I Some yearo ago Amelia Simpson, a maiden lady of mature years, moved into a small town in New South Waleo to take posBBBBion of a property that had been loft to her by a deceased uncle. Miss Simpson waa a oity epinster, and it happened that whilo moving into her new home sho made some derisive remarkB about tho village, which remarks reaohed the eaiB of tho villagers. It waB beloro the dayo of boycotting, hut the spirit of that method existed, and oo unanimous wero the feelings exoitcd against the newcomer that not a soul in the place would oall on her. The lady herself waounoonsoious that she had given any cause of offence, nnd made soveral advances in tho direction of forming an acquaintance with her neighbours, but was mot with cool non-recognition every time. Thon sho withdrew herself from any com munication with tho peoplo, bought all her ' oupplies at a neighbouring town, and lived alono with a femalo servant for a ocore of years. At tho end of that ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Where Ignorance is Bliss. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

'Where Ignorance is Bliss. Visitor — i4Tsjour daughter n member of tho Shakppeare Club, Mrs. Bliss?' Mrs. B. — ' Yes, tho president. They've finiBhed 4 Tmniog of tho Wild Shrew,' and now thoy are reading 4 Muoh About Doing Nothing.' That's ono comfort, as my dear father ueed to Bay of us, 'The children aro certainly well educated.' '

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Influence of Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

The Influence of Tobacco . Dr. W. B. Richaraoon, in Bpeaking of tho j influenco of tobaaoo upon the human sys tem, says : ' Tho first impression made by the smoke of tobacco is through tho blood, and inas- { much as the whole volume of blood courses through tha body in from three to five { seconds, the indications of ita effect, from ' tne many compounds of whioh it is com- : posed, are felt universally in the young ! smoker. After a ahort time, as tbe blood i becomes oharged with tho poisons, the or ganic nervous chain and the organs it sup- ; plies aro powerfully compressed. ' For tho young and adoleBoent tho habit i of smoking oanses impairment of growth, | prematura manhood, and physical prostra- , ] tion. ' I do not believe it possible Chat any man j can constantly omoko a foul pipe without ] being constantly a martyr ta.- dyspepsia. Cigars, if they are ' good,' produoe dyspepsia very quickly, for in smoking them nicotine is moro rapidly absorbed. ' Smoking, as everyone knows, ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
He Had Tried It. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

He Had Tried It. Mrs Fitz Noodlo had company to tea. Littlo Fitz Noodlo had been told just how to bohavc, and a good big bribe was promised him if ho aoted out his part of tbe pro gramme. Ho did very well until ho caw the company beginning to cat some jam that was sorved in omall dishes. Then fixing his round eves on a majestic old lady opposite to him, ho bawled in tho sweet tones of child* hood : 'Bid yer taoto tho pil ?' ' Time spent with poultry,' Days tho Agr2« ; oulturiet, ' is well spent.' Bet your lifo it is. A man can spend mora timo in an hour trying to drive a year ling hen through a gato eighteen feet wide tban ho oan spend in a week sawing wood. And the sho wont go through tho gate, aftor all, although it is wido open. She will cither fly over cao fenoo alongside o! it or break her back trying to ccratoh undep it,

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
bealth. Nasal Headaches. Some of Their Cau[?] and Remedies. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

©ealtb. Nasal Beadachcs. Soma of Their Causoa and Remedies. Hcadachca aro caused by morbid con ditions moro commonly olsowhoro than in tho brain. Permanent relief is to bo ob tained in ench oacen not by application to tho head or by the uoe of drugs that blunt tho censo of pain, but by removal ol tho oauns. Soyn Doctor Boo, of Roohoster, N. Y., to whom wo aro indobted in tho preparation of thia articlo : ' xncro ia no auection that hao so many difforont typco, nor ona which io caused by oo great a varioty of bodily oonditions.' According to Doctor Day, ot England, thoro ia none whioh moro severely taxes the oxpcricnee of tho phyoioian. It is only recently that a knowledge of the abundant nervous conncction ot the noso with tho other parte of tho ayatom, and tho nearness of ita ohambera to tho brain, led tho madical profession to suspect the nasal origin of many headaches. This origin ia generally in some abnormal pressuro on tho nervo filaments in the nasal ohambers, in conpequonce ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sparks and Flashes. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

Sparks and Flashes. Teamsters do a driving bueiooso, Rcvery io nothing if not a musing, FuaniY peoplo aro seldom bleocsd with 'pinionB ot their own. Even a rug-ged porson may not feel matii monially inclined. PnoimAHLv nono but compotont sails'mcn ore employed by dealers in ships' canvas, Ciiahlf.y Jones has a habit of flattering his lady acquaintances by comparing tbeir eyes to [stars and their teeth to pearls. A tew evenings sinco, whilo walking with Mies Do. Snioker, ho quietly informed her that her teeth wero liko pearls, Her reply was liko a knilo in hio heart, ' So glad you think oo,' said oho, ' and so fyivfy of yon to say go. However, if my teeth aro liko pearls, I hopo my mouth is not liko an oyotcr shell, though I confers to you Charles, that it is very partial to pyojprs in every otylo.' A largo lump roso 'in his throat, and he ataggcred like a drunken man, but thcro waB ao ceo ope and ho led lurinto an adjacent red tourcmt, whore they plujud with the salt til) tho wpw fo...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUNT CYNTHIA'S PRIZE PEACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

AUNT CYNTHIA'S PRIZE PEACH. 0-O+-C ? A, TEMPLE BEIiIiEW. i Mlea Enflothnry'a mnntelpicca v7&0 tslOTya j 8 matter ot carioaity trad plcannso to hor numerous nophovza and nioocnj caoh ncpn rats artiola upon it poaoocactl o ohmm in thoir oyen, bus tho moat ohnrminc of nil y?m an ordinary pickla ja; v;ith ono oolitary paaoh lojjoainc in p, 'cm o£ pysup nt tho bottom. Thn wnnnnni' nhilflp/in InnJiiul nmn :k moroly aa a tempting momol placed tantalia ingly boyond thoir reach, but tho older onco often wondered how it oamo to bo Given a placo nmong tho family daguoxrotypoa, was floword, ond ohinn matoh oafcD, ond oStcn toaaed their aant to toll thom tho tonnon, In voin ; Annt Cynthia V70ald novor dinolono tho myotory, Sho had novor told tinyono, cho oaid, ond oho novor v'oulil ; and oho tvonid oha':G her head dccidodly, until tho littlo oorhaQrow ringlcto bobbed again ; and thon, when oil had lofb tho room, oho nould otand with olooped hando casinc tenderly at tho jar, and pigh lomf...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BABY IN BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 17 December 1892

A BABY IN BATTLE. BX DAVID KEB. / 'Hollo i WhsS'c 'yonng Sslnmsuflcr ' up ? [to nowt' I 'Mad, I lonov, oc olco ho unnta to cat killed.' - And no ho will, whoShei; ho wnntn it or not, it ho good runnins in among tho bullets 'liko that t- , 1 In trnth ' yonng Salamander ' (otherwioo Lord Oharloa Hay, of tho First Lifeguards) did Doom to bo running a fearful risk without any ronooa whatever. Ono of tho hardest battlea over foagnt uc- i ttveen tho Fronoh and English in Belgium waa at ita hotteot. Tho Fronoh army woo much tho stronger of tho two, and although tho English hold thoir ground stubbornly ao bulldogs, it scorned very doubtful whioh way tbe fight would go. Just then, in tho thiol; of tho uproar ond eonfuaion, tho rolling omoko, and tho flying «hot, young Hay (whoso bravery undor Aro had long oinco earned him tho niol: namo of ' Salamandor ' from hia adoring soldiers) was seen to stop forth from tho English lino and advanco otroight towards tho enemy. A moro dosparato vontura co...

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