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Our Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 April 1884

The celebration of the anniversary of the first publication of the Iaderindent took place on Saturday last. Arrangements having been made with the Railway Department for, a special train in connection with St. Johni's Sunday School, to start from Yarraville and take the excurstonists right through from thence and Footscray to Mordialloc by Flinders srreet, thus saving the change of carriages. Advant. age was taken of the circumstances to have ad. ditional carriage accommodation for the staff and guests of the proprietors of this journal. A very merry party was made up, and great interest was taken in the passage by the river side to Flinders station, as it appears this was the first passenger train that had passed. by that route. After a pleasant ride Mordialloc was reached in due time, and the party dis. persed- some along the beach and the pier, others taking their pleasure in the shade of the ti-tree. The weather, which had been wet during the night, and threateningin the morn. i...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A GIRLY-GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 April 1884

A' GIRLY-GIRL. " "Deinfid' Couinsel "of the Horse' Reporter S.. To~ihing=Her Comii.g Bridal. '-. S"Do they edit in here ?" SThe several occupants of the room looked around,aid discovered a ydung lady standing in the doorway. She noixdted slightly to the hors-.ereorter, -and that individual returned the salutation with a placid mile-and-a-half: over-eighi-litiidles smile, .whose grandeur. of expanse wouldMalone have uaide it, notice able. ;: " ' S" Vouare right this time, madam," he said. "This is the exact spot where the- secihing brain of. the trained journalist proceeds' to bubble, and the lances of Thought that *pierce with unerring"'aim the helmets of Wrong arc ever held in couclant poise by strong arms readytolahinch them forth at the slightist'signal ofdanger.".. - S"Papa doesn't know I'm up here," said the vision'of4oveliness, " but mamma does. The vcry. inn'e I tcll I.er that I was going tosee an edito.she said it was the best thing to.do;:but. whei'l got right to the door I...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 April 1884

L ar`4ý._;: ,-.;? · ?,":.'. ' ,:?: - - ,:ls: x °19 Unieisal i. ALLACH'S FURNIUHSIERS WALLACH'S :FURNISh. WALLACIHS . S UR RNH WALLACII'S . ,. FURNISI - WALLACH'S o FURNI S Yo. FURNISFHU o - -:FUN.S. Your' `. FURNISH " :Your FURNISH HOUSE Your FURNISH IHOUSE Your - OUSE Your HOUSE Your HOUSE Vowr At , HOUSE Vour' - 5 ., : At HOUSE ;,. At SHOUSE WALLACI'S At ' WALLACH'S Atl WALLACH'S At S WALLACH'S At ... WALLACH'S i.-W N WAI.ACH'S ' ELIZ"'ABETH .STREET,. ALLACH'S . H.. LIZAB ET.H. ;:. ?" SiS ~ d .STRiEE T , o. To ," i ? h?r Postn O"c ., % iV'' V,':?!" i/? -~n, c a.:-.,. tW.i n " re-ListFreeon Applatio r..'phs --` WAALACHS"Ssintanti a wiing: Rosa S'"^ýC"'Suite.: i g e i , r ..slo?, . . e-," -:"l :,,::. :. , "gCwe. -dBark -Couee.t.., e '" Bottom Chairs in Good Cedar =i .'r: IVALLACH'S CarDning Room Suite il :* .: - Real Ieatbniher, conilein , o . ss- nie SbhapedFrontConucl fh Elegantly Carved Back, Large andComfortable Gent ' : f., ,, ?.j Easy Chair, do. Lady's Chair,' . ;andsioMassive...

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THE ORPHAN BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 5 April 1884

S;.. 'THE ORPHAN'BOY. .,,..? < There came a little orphan boy : Across the moor one nimght;, . -S i \VWbJe it was snowimn hesavily..,. i ,,1 .r, "li iAnd al?the'hills wee lwhite ' ... His feet were bare ant bare his head, r,rt: SAnd round Piis linb ,w?ereeast i ,,nw.t, ir' A few thin jeags, ofrdirty5red,. j Ast, iw itti.tule Aill;fluatteriog uin,the1bas 4,lr c", c.i iad i` lMy cot;stood far ýon .the modri, at':a r . sil :,d' And it,was dead of ight, i;i nii lii, ris I heard a f(ot come to theiloor,¢ij?ir lt;ols! -. r' i And rose and tuok alighLp'?I .i;::t,i I sltwlyope'd the:Itch-" butraht a! i'?ui -s~r Till my lasttaur has .4et, -tIi *t niet ' The saddeniongsighthwhich tlien1 sa wldr* SInbier'canfforgeti ",- r ?: ....- , -rit ,:. i , Id l;t il i -I l 1 { .ns Th-eir 's til s "iilgruinioy s{ fi C'rtI" 11 t'? ' I H4is h l ?drafivlhilcI wh'r 'l'I ,' Ie -held his ra s ari? iofMiis'h-T rt .' 1--s± l~ir tcethwure cliatth'tin'e'il'his fhed; {His knedb s each., otsiifhrr;;D ` His...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUAINT PREVARS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

,': . .QUAINTI'REVARS'" ? A` farinea t 1J)rslchaele, Danlfiesshrre, whos?i wife had gone to the' seIiore frin . a 'orjl time prayed that she might he "proteikitdfrae tihe ?,ar?? andi' the'hi.ale a'nd ti hee;wild' bhsts1 'that ilUSal:Igo'oth'e sashrc'.';: " ?X. , farmer,' who was .a well knouwnwi.ts3 was. once dinii ;ith theIlL Laird of Shaw,. ?ar Lockrhy. -The Ciuiynlar consist?idl' of the) himself, who lhad tlicrelputatiuion of being a."gay, wag amang the'ikW. ";" h'the farmer was re quested to say grace, which he did, and finiiFd rwit'h theu' fullowing sulplicatiu :-"An, Lord, keeli oIi'bodies frt l"th 'dloctorsi oor purses frae the lawyersi-and oor dochters frae the Laird o' Shaw..'.;,, 1, eOll l I heard aman in Galloway, whose child hadl just liben ifade the vicim of a horrid rimei giel utterance to the following -1;'-Thbu knowst1 that hitherto when Thdii hst laid Thine alilict ing hand heavily uponme, I have invariably said 'Thy will be done;' but this night o-amt quite bewilde...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

;:Standing the other afternoon in ore of Ihe ~iromment thoroughfares of ihe cityI :looked on th procession . f fashionably"dressed ladies which" pssell in :seemingl? -iipteirminable, file,, -anU could not, elp' w?shing.that I::hadlbeei an artist;, with .the;: power to. repro duce .on;* upaperiolthe curious and outre appearances- assumed--by--the the s;sayw j- of11, j hat,t arbitrary goddess, Fashion. ,, s mthem gliding by, each wiith tie ,camel humip .pmore. fully developed than ;the fast, withitheir -swelling :tails utingracefully swaying, tq and 'fro (with-i:very 7pace,:" with! *mar? vellous,?fearfully arid!wonderfully: made bands:of different colours and materials; crossing the dress in- front at all-manner of apgles~a, d',al.l apparently'tlesigned to fetter the freedom of the limbs, .and etroy thefiacefuliibs of'theillla Then the ,hair,'diagged up from the neck and pileC Japanese-fasljionpinl .I ungainly riinm"on the top of the ead' while' the front jtressesi.drawn ,down and tor...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

TO-IDAY'S. ?IATCIIES. " MAiToX.o'i lv ;'CiT BUTCilkRS.- Oq tlhe grduiid 'of the former. The following will represnt' th'M!aidstone'~i-Handley 'Parry, \Vatt;,Irving, C€nt,,lHarrison;!Govanj Smith (2), McIsaac and Berry ; en'?mC gices ;Kellyand'Armstrong. 6","'' - .

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MYRTLEBANK v. ALBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

MYRTLEANK V. AL.UERTS. - This iatch was played ifit Saturday, on thc bank of the Saltwater river, and resulted in a rather easy wiITfo'r tlie'Alberti, who inhde?'l6 to their opponents 13. J. Chalmers, for- ih winners, batted splendidly for 58 withoutgiving one chance, J. White for the losers also played well for his sida.-- "The first eleven' of the' Footscray Criekei dCub lcit NMclliourrii.yesterday morning;:.and proceeded to Euioa, to try conclisions with tlh localts' ' :" . - - 'i: , . '- .. ..-" . .i ...? |l

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CRICKET. FOOTSCRAY v. CORURG. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

.y - ass 4T aý(n Foorsclry v. CouRG. Only nine of the f6rmer putin an appear ance on Siatuidlay Dean andI Langwill being the absentees2.Theirfplaces were taken by HI. Copplestone and Phillips (sub) S, Ee tos, ;and electedd'to'bat. Tlhe wicket'-was . gotxl,,nneLbt.?t. ?ie late rains.had.m~ade thb round,very dead,. which accounts for the small nun ilie of rans maide'duifig"the afternoon. Gatlsnd ad:P-?1 tneweree'hefirsttto represent the Footscray,' :The former-made a splendid hit over the bundailes', dQ;ws then bowled' A similar fate,-efel Perlane a ifw minutes.lpter. F. English and-F. Baird looked as if'they were going- to make a stand,.but when the forme' nad obtained half-a dozen he was bowled by a splendid ball. The partnership bletween Nunt week and Baird' was .of some duration. The former, was bowled after he had made a dozen, and none of theires? sieriadg'iiblftires, the innings closed for"7o, " Fred 'Baird pled appledidid:iuniigsjfor ' obtited without the gholiot of 'a chiince...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Indenpendent "ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1884. Reclamation. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

"ONWARD AND UPWARD." FOOTSCRAY, SATURDAY, APRIl. 12, 1884. Reclamation. :' AT last there is sode 'u pectof the low-lying land ricer the Gas WVorl ' being filled` up and utilised,-and the residents' in that- portion of ,the' borough saved from the malaria arising fromn tlhe stagnant'water, which lies on the flat ,after flpods, t jThis was one o,tlse first mprove +ments ithet presnt tmember.fonlthet rough attempted to have made after his election to Parliament,jaid, although disappointed often with 'promises made to the .ear and broken to the hope,-' he has never relaxed his efforts. The history of the eide:iavos- made, and the promises given iwould, in itself, throw a ,little light o inn r politiical w?rkings, 'the struggles to get justice done, 'aida common sense method of dealing with public lands adopted. In i879, :Messrs. Longmore 'ndJPatterson, the then. Ministers ofLands, and. Public Works, paid a visit; to theground' in question, and negotiations were opened with the Harbor Tr...

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Footscray Rowing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

Footscray Rowing Club. -The fourtlicompetitiondfor the handsome trophy presented byDr; Beanisy;took placcor Satnrday'afternoon overthe usual course., i the preseuce of a good number aofspectitobri Five crews entered,- vzi?- it bheat AAi?deri sonilE. Ray, H i Vest i \ W;'\V t (si;kep J.T Fotheringhamif G.",WVes?t,.I le nonke---.R Pattinson.? (stroke) J Finla'y H. Mills, C:. West, H: Saunders (stroke)`' Pattloson'uibrew jumped away with the lead,' bt were soon caight by\Warienii'sa andSaunders'. Warred on. after a good race. .. 2.nd brat "-.-J." Hodges? ,..James G., West1 T. Wood (stroke) against? ,J=.Mitchell; JI Fitzgeiald, -G. Ptttnsion, R. W;Yo (stroke.) Thissas a goodt race, thg cruwvsppassed each other vescral times duit:ig the race, ;which wa -on:b, T.' Wood's crewi by about two feet. "Fina1t et-T.-'TWood 's .crew a.?ainst" W V sii ren:'s irew . Thes ias a -veorycioserace all through 'ind:wssruii' I"b'y:Wod's crew by about six feet.. ` t;" :'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
English Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

English Opinion. SINce the Australian 'Colonies were first settled the inhabitants ha-e suffered a great deal of mis-representation, arising principally from the dense ignorance prevailing inother parts of the world respecting ourselves, and the resources and products of our country. Long before Anthony Trollope and ArchibakL Forbes told their misleadming stories, the popular Ideas of Australia were that of a land where the birds had no.song, the flowers no perfume, and the residents a rtce of convicts, who had become black as the coloniat eriakst team was anticipated to be. We have borne unmerited - blame in many respects, but the most recent appears in the news that the guardi ns of "an Orphan Asylum if England havsolrinlyagreed tht. an out-break of scarlc fevrin' that instititiori had been caused -not tby; defectie diainage-but by the use ,of Auitralianr tinned meat, which, having this nath pronounced upon it was then ordered to b iet-to the workhouse, apparently with the idea'f ...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALBERTS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

ALBERTS CLUB, . The following tch hasvebeen acraiged ,for thle' aloveclub for the ensuing season :- May 3Fitzroy Juniorsat Footscray. - io-Uamnco(ind), atci loososray. - . -1VWilliamstown'Juiiors(ood), at WiliamstW _ai4Iaorrl, ati ntooniodsdei P " i?i'orto?'(and), at Fooitscay. " - - Ju'ne ,-Roseof.Denmrk, atc" .'ts{- ) .'t4-ROS-iesy, at Footscray July s9Fitzroy Juniors, at Richmond Paddock. +"=--?Wiamsiow.n' Ju.iors (?n),"S t Footastra. " 1-t-ialmoral, at Footscry. - 26--Richmond Standard at Richmond Paddoc August --Laurel, at Fonotsiy. - - " S --Fortroe e (and), at Albert Park: " 6--Clarence (snd), at Albert Park. a3--lalmoal,at Footsray. S ptem "6 R o?-?.y at R yal Park. . r3=-Roseof Dentnmari, at Richmond Pad.' ac-Vacant. - - Sn7-Richmond Standard, at.Footscray., O. kl'-b6r 4Exsio at Fooninry.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Governor. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

.The Governor. TitURast?AY'S Age, in :summing : up -the character of Loard Normanby as an. Imperial administrator says -' "If no one can say much "good of him neither.can' they say much "harm," and. we- fully endorse the sentiment. From our personal observationof his official life we would say that he has been something like a poor man's plaster on a wooden leg doing neither good nor evil and not much in the way:of use' oroinament. In sayng this we do not. infer that he was without leanings, that was apparent enough; but rather that iis influence.-was of such a nature that it was?ii t mnuch'either way, and when he did use it, in "the interest of class, the constituen cles showed..their fine appreciation by upset ting his.iultimatum. Of course we have not thelslighlest objection to his being presented with a bushel of addresses if there is any solace to be found in them. But, we certainly think that it would be unfair to let him suppose for an instant that.the piece of sheepskin cont...

Publication Title: Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. Football. FOOTSCRAY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

. FOOTSCRAY CLUB. --: The following matches have been arrang d. for the above club : May t7-Excelsior, at Footscray. . " a4--Taradal, at "'aradale. p- - "3e--Wllieamtwn -Ju.3ata at Willaastowa. r1 June, 7-Powlett;at Fo atscay. -vor-ne, at Foatra y. " r=?Avenue; Ft Footscray. " a-Vacant. July 5-Excelsior, at Footscray. S --Erssndon (and), at Footseraa .' / q" 9-TPowlett, at'E'st Melbourne.. nl6- ±Maoaaeaaonda,ý"at Eaaedon. A eugust --Keniingbnohat Fooatcray. :.. Eg---Ea..iur,.at Foota?ay. S6-Williamstown Junaors, at Footsaray. . " a3--Avenue, at Royal Park. -Vacant. September 6-Essnendon (and), at E.sendon. t3-Kensington, at Kensington. aa-),tloonee Ponds, at Footsera;i5 " 7 Osborne, at Well'mstowatn. Thesaentbers of' tltl Fnotscray Football Club will play a scratch tmatch this .afternooxn o their groundat' the rear of tiei Pres byteribn Church:: , , t : s? ! ?'l; .35tr = ' ! 1" On Queen asJtrthday'the first twenty'6sVthe Footscmy Football.Club will visit Ta~radle ti play the local c...

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MUFFS. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

'.MUFFs.--The Committee' of the Cricket Club have fixed the agth of April as a suitable day for holding the return. muff match. It is not yet decided; whether it will be a costume one or not. SQUER. It-'has been 'noticed'that in the list of jurymen at the Coroner's inquest on the WVeribee collisioi there does not ,ipear the name of a'single publican, perhaps had it beeh a jury paid for their attendance the case' might haie' been' different;, and Boniflee properly represented. . i`FIENDLy MATCH. -Iyal' Yarraville I:O.O.F., No::73? Loyal Philanthropic, I.O .F.,No N , on the ground of the former. The .ollowing will represent the former, .who are requested to meet at the Yarraville Itation at two o'clock:-McDonald (3), Corby, Stone, Ralph. Rees; Quinard, Burrows, Richards and 1 Butler ;' emergencies-Shuttleworth and Beau. SoclAL.;--Te . Bachelors 'who gave such pleasant socials in the:Royal Hall last winter, will shortly commence a course of monthly assemblies to be held during the fort...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

WALLACII'S . FURNISHERS WALLACII'S FURNISiI , .WALLACH'S - FURNISII WALLACH'S - . FURNIS?I: I .WALLACH'S i ,·-., : :;- .... aru ,sui w;,-?L 's. ,"Yoi$O S :.U' . Yo " _Y:ur '%'SI. I HO.US, 'o;our,-.lOU i .<"' FUR-ISI , IIOUSE " _' 'jYour.: 2 ... % AII i ?A I . . S .LC T A . t O I -, ' *. - . U.. ...-:- . Y u 1 A .; •: .r ...;... --I" , .:` ,o m Sti, . f IT-qirc th ELriZ i 8 *I wo oofrom Post O? COUSE - L:': tF Apl o a ph eS WALLACII S S lan Roi D Sng Roo i S" i;Easy. Cis foroanld ut nott Chairs n Good Cedarh , r WALLACH'S SbsaDinDing Room S, Fames ,, CH'S.. ALAIC.. # t';? A ,,', II - o?er, c o.WAsing ofH' S .Massive ape Front Cou 58 wi' Elga.rm"it lCv Padt flocke : c List FreC, n Aircnd Comoirabl Gon tle t .WLLACH'S Subongtie. Dininn Br oo Wm . " S" Sauit% i ' Irtcnalh, iooh, o - o - L" Canoe ; Ba ch C oSpri o g t F" . lames igns .. "". ! . , .WALLACH'S ti?tia Room Swite g in om .. so r:!-,ive-, cheoproong Cooch, with Eleg nootly CrvduBck Lirgeand ComD r -iTable, Gewo Easn...

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Justice of Peace Court. Before Messrs W. Mitchell (chairman), Campbell and Newell J'sP. MONDAY, APRIL 7TH. [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

Justice of Peace Couit. Before Messrs W. Mitchell (chairman), . Caiipbell and NewellJ'sP. MONDAY, APRIL 7TH. .. ":--,4 TRUMPERY CHARGE E.G;' vett,elJicense of the Royal Hotel, was charged with selling liquor before six in the mormnng.; -: SMr. Maloney.appered for the defence. Constable Warne deposed that on the morn ingofthe lst of April he walked up Barkly. steet wti aniain' named Johnson,- employed at'the Stone Works. .When .thejtg6t .to the. de'endait's hotel ..tLey. saw the.- fribt door openand the bar' lit up. Johnson' ent in and- had a glass'of rum.1' It was then twenty minutes past five ;: , ; . ;! :* S.GeoigeJohnson,'dn.getting into the witness box requested his.expenses.. . The'Befichl .sThe cae dismisied ) ' Sr: Malon'e thanked, the mtListrales, and stated that J hnsolhad biggeT 'ad prayed for some rum, as he said he was ill. !- ' .MALL CHARGES. Constable Weston v. O'Keefe. No name oc dray,'fined?2s. 6d. i?d is 6d. osts. ' : - Same.v. James Pelham.-- No lights, fined 5s. a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

S'PORTS I SPORTS SPORT' "OUR BOYS." "OUR BOYS." The FOOTSCRAY ROWINGOi C&UB ATHLETICO s?to S Willbe held in the . WESTERN" GARDENS RESERVE On EASTER MONDAYV Under the Patronage o. the Council. Ruanmg, J, jo i . Kias.in the-ring, Danc ly i .wos.and-Threes, Aunt Sally, Menry*go.Round, Climbing. the-Greasy-Pole, etc., etc. PROGRAMME. Boys' RAcE (under. 6) oo yards. Entrance. is. irst Prie t, r.; .Second, S Gu.s' RACE,_ 73 Y'r. EnArnne Free-. Ptrie, ros. HAEtc' RACK evett, lae , oo and nmnyrd EPtrSnce, 3. . si ;d, 3s.; 3rd, aee. S Fat event,u , t yds. w RUNNINs HI.H JUMP. Entrance, i. Prim, nls. QcARsyEKM '. RACE, 15o Tsrdy Entrance, ie. "st,.C . ; and, Ss.d HANeIC.r RACE, second event, eoo yards. KiciNG THE FOOTbALL. Entrance, U s. Prize, iJ . M iona. PLATEr, ,onyd Entrance, aH . S ?tn. ; nd, Ws THRme-Leooun RACE Entrance, . P'ritc, l. Hancicne RACE. thid event, 30oyrds. OLD Buvrmas' RACE. Entrance, is. Prize, New Hat, M rs' HANoDICAP. Entrance, a L 6d. Prie, Siloer Medal. THOo...

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ROUND THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Independent — 12 April 1884

of mid alta. nori'i ,l t ii'iyol tA Wit i: iaxAROUNDiTHEB -WORLD.q s it lid I11 .lrq.'oo'l- bn. iShoun aldi At vum The:'i say one ma'fhiv e: too mcili o;i Ra'go i.hineg,,andI have hadra.?~h?;rto. , uc~~ lo iirdich'cs!herei Therernt csog mng ', which" Sl:ly'nstalmensfalngo nvfny sayien tq twelve cach day. To s.e?,.one, wouldAgiv~ s stringer a good idea of'all, and he would be tclieligtcdy ,itll itr.it'But'ea'ch iba some special imoeic--which miu t.Iehchn, yhille.tourwst wschorg r'io Tiio"iniirior are not o'nly- mrisdcolf . h, ourgi '?)ltr;t.h!the;!srial cndoWlnn inih biautiful...mar le,,,but cd porphyry, igcrn nntiquc.i jaspars; iOr;icilta aaltp J cha iglony aliSiter ianlis 'lM nilii lh chiaei:c, " n'oIicrsP in.irl, ail phav iue m fig uoner lsiunfan~ WaVhat a nass otf'l ritsh ligaidcoin ma .aniupt riotnlr)y'j'with' tabuti' twoio beggarsaatom ;cviy w*Aorking'man .ris""" "-rli 'I' -1 A.swr.iw5i Nearly all. churinis slave spqie specc repi" upon which t'h:y ll'ce'niirt''on tinc'toil them...

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