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ON MAKING ALLOWANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

ON MAKING ALLOWANOES, By Walt, Mn5oc, "lf yoilI imut 1011oko i00n your ri'ocill ll thlit) cW jin r T( o h m uicicitec'," u ii thu hiciiildy, '"1 whih you wo~~id cmok IillO o 1(1c01o iiiteiid of utnn-bairk or icthe ticlingci.S? Whitui our now i cciricer iecit, uiitctair'nhnn liisltP isbo ,'sue ic;i itckIo iiig aenreci, andi onuid ?.hs', toct,,h el~ .?ii robo mnust he on firo, !; sho colnl i sic,, hoes uial wIoil.bl ;'c! , Iiil Iii ing. W henu I tohl him 'iact, it. was; your s:'ic ilt would look fill aniiofe, hoard. hg.t 110 \V1150. ((1(11 l)O~~ Inl' "liit, of c(uirlo 'i ho dlid't ',t hii lie s?tar ilonrli., '';in by t]cs tiime lit hl~i to l,'1' iiiotile uieh' ie],c lo.cr in iad 'snu' he h will lie ,rC'le'stisei, aitl will hci] coighly enjoy, thu? rich i'o 0)1 cit tie tolbnceco i smo ,ol iinit, 1,,occ in ecil'lI'\ tih lll ill 'Il u e'l, t hat,, o\w\illi: i0 Ii cclllF,)iI'iii, (if tiiic IIli(,I~ [lluciu act1 0 isciri.uininii, th Ito Iollceco I slalot.? is iot, tile best itt tc o world....

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRUGALITY OVERDONE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

FRUQJALITY OVt|ItI)ONL?, Old Jasper Grim couhl n)(E'o 0!MO Tho dark cloud's cilvo,r liniI.; ht fact, ho always saen~,l to, ho tC'omplaining andl repining. Ily always looked for rainy dlays 0huntfair mnild winu.uls wr'hl' blowing: ie hunlte olt thle lonely ways. In which no crowdla were going. 'I hero was no joy for Jasjor (trim, No glad anticipnation, 'ri0 world, indeed, appeu:uod to him A placo of trihulation.. Il(, pinched and avedd md ekiilol lii!!d 80 IIis fortune keptO iln gauilig; lIe thought of wild wldsa Ithat, would blow And (lays whluc 't,vouul ht,, nuiuuing. liol now roposing in hirs tI.On, A mionumnamt they've h,~ht hibou , llut I would not have lrno hr n higlomn For all his mone?y g.o huiii. The First flurplar i hs)n youl'o gsit, up de Atairs wit'out disaturbhm no onet Second Ditto I've been marrlod four years, an' practitsn' do triok on omc wIfe all dnt thme.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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THOUGHTS THAT HARM. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

mHOUnH'rS TIl/JT IIJU1tVt. 01' t i11(10 nAo tl0 tit ll' Aor (If on'1 Of (tr ihlnnt l citi, o runlloh.cd tl~i rditnrI nf (lit d1ilv I('tn rs to?n frnti tIron rttli liMhitt tfli dot AlnilI of otiieiis, h,.00MM, tlheir nuhliontinn hod cin?s?,,l ?ni hfirm. itti oi?nlomic of ,huni, rut in I int noi o titt'tity. lIi~ hrnno 11f(10( itnv ho nt ublit1 to thin' boy, )idoi or low·. b~ll' Cr· itoli1n, it" t'ltor,,r of AticmAin ton. y Ib h o' vt? - Iint tlfly ho iii n Wordl At'I~hI(tt1 by onoo'1 1(If o|' hb nsttlr: it 1(111 ,n IOt fOrmi, a tlllwsnrh1pr, 1 book. ^ h111,' hi n A?nrtor" --it tonv omnnntn fron th l1t I)1htnitlh0 (if n frion(A or nn (tOnmy, fro titul'nl,! h10(010 tltnrtotcr, or (A tc:ln, I . w''IldlO Otto. PtrotIrl ]ItrloArP(t! oI" ?.tlrt,· it (nov lnOOM, frno ?villtt 01' witlhoult llt frd?, 'IC torovo' r it' t'ontu( it' boo'r\,S itS tIlr (It th1o lib for t ot' l or ill. Ou' (ihl,? ,ttnr- nrO lnrortiv olonn)( uIp from vAriotte kinils of (HtttFt,,Ation. tAlnv noo0l001) A b t 0 , ((hIr...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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The Scholastic Test. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

• re 8oholaetlo Test. "tfHw did yore' daughicr pass her cxnmiautionri " asked onri mother of an otherw. "Pass I" was tih answor. "Sho didn't, pass aL all. Porhaps yol ,wouldn't ho Iiovo it~, but they asked that girl abolut things that. happened long beforo ehe iyas born !"

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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MARVELLOUS BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

MARVELLOUS BIRDS, '?'peaiking of hens," said in Amerhlan Lravoellr "remninds nio of an old leu my dad ludl on a fiu'n in Jalkota. Shb would lnt'li ouut anything from i ten nis-ball to adulon, Whlly, omio day she sat oil a piece of ico and hmatcheel out two quarts of hot. wnat, "!' ."'T'hat dpesn't .oocm n to a ? hth roote'd ?jen iiV old nmtm~r oneo Jintl," ?a'id 'one of hs hearerms, '"Thoy haJ been feodin". her by ;pisttll alo saw (lust instead of oatnmehl..'. Yell, ahlm laid twolve eggs aLnDl, ~;stn ,thont an4 lhmen'othey wore ]mmtdje¢?l ieYven of Ihe ehi-kommjie lOd wooden los .ind the tw'elfth wans i woodpocerl u I'

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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IMPRISONED IN A GLACIER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

lMIF'RI8ONEBD IN A GLAOIEft. ,f Iil ' , (, i i b tr l lv , lhiii ?s1? I 'l- Ii ,i Ii' iii '1 i t , ' dI i thi liiiii-t 1.i ilt itiuist i stll ar "\id,, ~1·( 11~ 11 r,)y l iiI .\h l:a M ?' h w il l·ufa t, ( l '?i : h - h thii ('lilt ,I j:i'uiiti l t t i "'le tr n1 o;i ?i ? ' Ti u so ,'oinds I \sy hulLut ii iiiieit, AIliv l ctu fl'd,.ll, got on 113' fl't, fslt ll bocdh ll noit r to scc that no i(i!i, tid hieeii ,rokutiv, ind looikte, I,,?hroln fi I sa i sc, lit , li, t i'ti,?t il, ot.i tii"'.tl I it I1 a~ ?.() l tm~ ]J,\ r irrb @ . llr' C?l'?' ?;ml r. i' ;\l of ilt I ,,ll i,(1 r ll'l ' tiil[ ft)o llti s myself up, but lily liligel's couldl nurt Get Sfi)m" 11. lirkl -in t(is ;lipfii', l , i ;,lid , wlas r; 0o. olcitil Iih g 's l tln litu.u i 'lhl, I tuied lying "[lt onl is 11lit'\,d / I i, fuiiue'l througlh '.lwi-Ii llitl in bud eni frdlit agliiist it? sloiu" h iitdo , illi tlre OS' hl Iii ' ,ii r i i t w thsl tiiii [tily hlfss till't ic s I tools (il uii I ittl' pfl icllg l -i l lito ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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DO WORKING GIRLS CHOOSE LOVE WISELY? [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

DO WORKING OIRLB OHOO8E LOVE WIOELY? ByI4 Laura Joan Tlibboy. "M1ystorioua loVo, IIOrt a ii Ica t rI , , I mat thou ribao Ipai i tI haii pleiri.? EnMloss torineita dw'ell cbilnt theo; Vot arho \rohll live --niil live w'itlh out. theo " It, ]a~i oftenl heen sai.'d thatt the) g?irl lviwo w'ori'i for a Ijiiln.?: h.?, . m? ,,jilil ehiaiieo with other S (itel in meeoting liar iti l lover. 0 no \erlv ipretty girl sitd to ito, "It a,', c~Il, e l mnist a msi1cle toln Irhla l t lhat ' ee-fon 't of t he inmd-vin nero g.;t.t id hband: 1oat of tlioii htveo little or nm oppor trnatlvo inoti. My ideal is a yOtntng il +Inl i anon of the professio lls- ' on ig dot' toy, 0r ha\vyar. I mi.ght w\vail. until deoiiisdty to ha int rod uced to a1 eli 01im, '()f co'so," ;h io Wnt o? , on, " glr nmustt bo too nRic to Ilirt. 'I'lie yoliii m1n11 whom my girl friends know fall short. of thl mental picture e'nshrineil in imy heart of the ian I could love. Time rolls on, and I muiist take ait lat, for a: lover, ...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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A POPULAR NOVELIST. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

A POPULAR NOVELIST. By Fred M. White, Machin puts the blame ot11 I ti te editor of the Arena, and the latter complains that lie was grossly de ceived. Now, the Arena is an exceed ingly important journal, and, as every body knows, carries great weight with people of intelligence. It is a six penny weekly, and devotes a good deal of its space to the better fiction. So therefore it cannot be assumed for a moment that Cruchlcy, the editor, allowed himself to be made a party to a deliberate fraud on the British public. The fiction particularly favoured by the Arena belongs largely to tTie cameo type--exquisitely polished sketches and clear-cut emotions and the like. There must be at least half a dozen novelists of the frost rank who have to thank Cruchley for their present position. Therefore Cruchley, when he received that eloquent trifle entitled "The Liver Wing," written over the signature of Laura Jane Parlby, lost no time in asking the author of the story to call upon him. It was ju...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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JUST AS IT HAPPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

JUST AS IT HAPPENED. (fy BRUINO IESSING, in the "iCosllnp'l' it a..") You were told in the lwg!inuitug tea~t thlis would 1t' a rI.uulitli, iucousc. qucntial tah,-lc wtc dy :tchrliitlc, olf the facts as they chaticcdl Io, hal,tcn. Life itsclt, you arct infilculed, often progvcsisc in ;an inlcohcrcnt fashion, with,,ut rhyme or ccasimn, anmi th, e phih?sthlicc wIth n illlalt'llt's t, grasp the 1w htciinc'nlloll, f coiucidcucc or the nlaturlr1 setnlllce if ,cansc';t andt effect usualdly has iotlhhiplinbt a headl ache for his pains. .'\ nant cnleavottr jug to acoid a1 nrick falling froni a building; in counse of cotnstruction, takes to the middle of t1w street. We call this caution. 'l'hetC, tii1expectedly, the middle of the street caves in. What is the use of calling it anytlhin|g? Lapidowita, with, a cheqte for one hundred anl twenty-the dollars in his pocket, stanted for the banl? the mo meut Nathan Gomprecht took the dog away, lie kncw the cashier of Na than's bank, anti he wanted to...

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AS YOU'RE PASSING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

AS YOU'RE PAS8ING, Whet tlh. sky i( dlrk ail dreary, And your hirt nr "ll| Ianda aro wearyS I,augh a little, smile a little, Just to chaset tha clowh away, l1,mon you think your fmiieuds all ailt An(1~lgtYO cannot tell what ails you Tlaugt ar little, simile a' littk?; Just to clhase the blues away. Fretting )never helps you any, '1lo your troubles few or mnoly; Laugh a little, sm1ile a little, Just to chase dull thougllts away, You'll bH bettor, sister, brother, Ifavo mooro lovo foi' on1, aother, ·If you laugh (nd Lojilo a littlo As you'ro passing omr yoi' y rway.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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ABOUT MIRRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

/OIIJT MIROrORS, rI'Iat mirs r iniolr wa.? (h)lmbtlosu thu s;llot)ot NIII'F;('1' l)r [ I? ol~lra- |lt]illoll[L~t ii~flO II di h i~ l ~ii 1(11 rii d slriiiing jIool. What wrle IhO fo'lingi4 ,roused )v tl(, sihl g of th, rifltcct;'l imge Whliie'h tlir, ;)rilithre Ii:i l 0 r O . lllllln il( V iii thn wator, we cini i only i inlginoI hut Williains, the nis,?iona rv, teoll us thait soeno of tlhe ,'ijiuns hel(d that mnii had two spirits, a <Iihirk one and a light one and thlat th reflection soen in a ]ool was the hltter, And when the misslon am'y pissed one of those savages before a mirror, thls child ,o Natnie stood entilneuod , and ni l·li r entlr softly "Now I .ann soe into thmo' worldl of 'spirits I'! * Artificil miri'rors hlavo bn in uiso for tlhousandls of yonle, ais valrious 1e lies and ]itorary 'refennocs frmaii tie Ironte past[ give id?klooo., T'hul i vitriflod lava and shloea |of mica lhav? o boon put to tIlil use, mnost of the .an cient einrors - Egyptian, tielriew, ...

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THE BLOATER. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

THE GLOAtER. It. i? generally known thedt a bloater i? comnplete herring alightlv salted nl smnoked; hut fLea' psopl, ai'e aware th thle origin of tlis articlo of diet. ,was aeccidental. A Yarmouth herring clrer, when leavingl his premises one iigl?,tafter all ilt 'lr l)eople had gone found a quantity of good herrings whih] ,na(l been oerloo)ked. Fearing they would he. sp.il)ld if loft as they wore, hoe sprinklel d thelml w?ith salt and liuc: t.hem in his "smoke hesose" in aii wch oak-billet was then being burnedl. Tho iiext morling it was ovidont that hliis ixperimnent aild been successful, TI[a began to 'specialiso in tids direction, an example which was speoodily followed by others, until tihe fame of the blomtqy was established in tme lamed. ThaG kippe0r is a sp~lit heorring curedl imm smloke, Thlo'late Mr.· Johln Woodger, of Newrcastle-amm-Tyno anld Y'armouthl, was the fortunate (liscovorer of this moe. thmod of.treating thae herring. Trho p'?sCO5 of prodecing the rod herring i...

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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VAIN REGRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

VAIN 1wEc4?uU'g. ' C'h?, olIr looli· *ip as kiilgs go by" A 11 (1I'oC)IIIns "If siilli a oIlo worLo I'I" 'T'lho king 1wloolls tho soil',' his toil n I'ruddy hoalth amlnid tho soil. An|?d tunrirg, atlhis loatlhsomn easo. Xi&liis: "If I wore suoht tr those!" T'lihus, neithor knowing eithor's beont Of sudtlcss end of discontentoi S,, wasto, so sBVoII in vein regroe, 'Jho lives thalt might bo usoeul yot.

Publication Title: Wangaratta Chronicle
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SUBMARINE CINEMA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

8UBMARINE CINEMA PICTURE8. Ama(,ng the proh1abilitie. of the fu ture are iiloving p~ctnIC6 taken anttho bottom of the sea, Already a\ yeopi XAmaerican, J. Ernest Williamson ,has traan sn|apslots at a depth of thiiity lire feot, anl will soon take a novjng pie,[u tro outlit; to B eo r jl~ih to protureo ~desired submarine-ise6ie?' For ?lii trip a special boat irtll'be used, ·.Vil: liamson is a fiewspalioV phiotographer and cartoanist. His father, Canpt.?J. IL. Wfilhimson, invented the flexible ?ub nmrino .ttibn rom whieli photograph ut?:@ ·tio watjr havea red been ?,?~ont[?, in ~Ihmpton Roads Wi. Sonr tivi younger, wont down iif thu tube; which was fixed into a well" at sth bott!ni of a baigeo tblity foet lon1g, f'hlm wi911 wasSX six ea sqtuar. .The tuibe iiiade of iron seeio||s with a w\aier gpoof coyer ~of rubber and canvas, ciuo ~lotorcd to alny ldepth. At the pet toli of tloe.tubo was ,theo. "sork-eliain boe, .0 ' as Wdailamd n calls it, wl)ili wnay be of any size In :this Willian...

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OTHER THINGS IN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

oTrEI, TiIiNGos IN i?,?i?L Ili.ii uniiU adnto tlto boy nthlotp tiho :d I.',r da?,':. . '"-l"?l doligihtod to Ilenr of your suc re.i. OIl hIl school Ins,,bnll toauuu, Tlhr old l 1iut L 1 mlst i 'lomobor tho.l Ih,,to otrli?th , r Lliuugs iuu lifo beides 'Ycs, nuot T Ikunow," soid tllo boy; "bulb, hlo, it all l I'm afraid I'm too light for football or rowiuu,"

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THE HATCHING OF CROCODILES. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

-HE HAJAOHINI! OF OROOODILI8, n aludible croaking ery is uttprod tiy I young .llhatcihecd crocodiles whmun thty urn within tlim cggA in wjhichl tlhey ar laid, and t~he crv is so8h1n1( amld'dis tinelt that it caii ho leard whiniu tihl egge arn buried in snidl' Ioctor W,'. •A Ilnlborim haIs rcceimly testod tho fact. at Lagos. to hearld a croaking imni.o froni below a dry path, and, digging in theo lath to in\'vstigaal tho cause, 1he ,liscnovered th irteei cromdh, il' egg8 at I. deplithi if ahout, eglhteoni ichcs. :\It I iu crcodles hatch ted out aft'tf Sheicitm lug uti,

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DIRECTORY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

ItIRZeTOJtY OF VIC:TOHl.A, Silinds and MIN'ougall's Dircctory of Victoria for 1914t is to hands. anAi the now issu. inot only sustains but en hanceo tho reputation of tho firm of Sands and MDt)ougall in cornmct.ion with this oldiestaiblishcd .puiblication. Tihe indoxing and, arragoementb of the viiriel anud usftul.information contained within its 8004 pages has been done in the most carecfl. andi admiainila nman ncr and tond to nako the wqrk invalu abln as one of reference. The names of officials of organisations-aro giveon a in tollig;iblo faslion, wvhilb in the dirc|tory proper, aftcr the C64 pagos.dovoted to city ;nd suburbLan. streeootsone ft?.ct 6G07 pagus, giving the names, oetc., of resi cents in .country towns. Tlhen we Ihvo 102G ptageI iof alphaBetical direc tor,v trado annd; profoessionil. directoris for both town nnd county,, whileo for apiariiats, farmelrs and other rural pro darcors there are no loss than :l70 pages, The work as ta whole is np-to-dote not only in inform...

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A REMARKABLE BIRD COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

A REMARKABLE BiRD COLONY, Tho most remarkablo bird colony in tho wolrld is on Halt Island, in the. Grelat Salt Lakleo, Ut.ah. Tho'ieiand is about twvelvo acres in oetont, anld on a1 rocky pinnaclo a hundrcd feet aliovo tio brine, wilth ilot a drop of fresh wator to be found, and aihal~o there is nothing to oxcite the cupidity or corn lnercial instinct of man, thu4 birds ¶ulls, pnlicans, heroes, and cor.morants 10 tho llousanltd--mako their Ihome, heo island can boe seen at a distanre OF ton miles, ~'ising like a "cocked hat" out of tho sapphirb of the inland sea, Tlio birds aro utterly fearless. Pro. toteled as tIly are b)y the laws of the, Stato, thoy have had little causo to f'aRr man and his deathdealing weap ons. It is necessary to uso the greatest. care to avoid stepping oln the nests and eggs f theo tons of thousandp of sea. fowl that havo established theih- rssk cries on tl?e islet,

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NIGHT IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

N/('}f[T IS C'l)MkI?{i WVhi[o the blesse' daylg!t, lingers, h.r us work with might 4ng main, With uur hu?.y feet, nnd .fii~grs,, also with t.lr, bmow bruin; let, thl sotting sm be h1o~ldl us tii'?d, but filledl witlh honest pridul for the night: will soor, enfold us, wheon we ly our tools aadb. Whet we're in tilo ehurdcyard loi|9y5, wlerc the weeping willows lean, tlhors'b one tlhing and QDo thing. opl. ihat will keep our nejuory. green, If ¢o did tbe tusks appointed as:wo lived our speed ing years, then our graves will. be an ointed with a mowrning lbgIon'i tears. All our good dintontions peridhi wlion is closed tloeopfin idi and. tile w'rld will only cherish and' roenelnber., whiat we slid, Nothing granite monumenthT, can presorve you?r little anno- epitaphs are incideptnl and5 will! not embalm your name."' othiing countW vhien yout are sleepingj b'tu?" th iog egoodlp work you've done; that will last till gos are weoping' round; thlo zuins of the sun. Lot no, ohstaclUe confound us...

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NERVES AND THE WOMAN. Living Too Hard. [Newspaper Article] — Wangaratta Chronicle — 17 January 1914

NEIRVES AND THE WOMAN, Living Too Hard, 't'hal I': tllu a0g ot nalcl'oI work; whet, CoIu(cc'UlrLatlO I oil. \Ottwha\'tleVr O00 hap plens tott I, k0 LI Is ususittlo i to sit, ct+'i. Tile butsiness wom011|Uuli'ho W yaIItl It) get ot1 is t0- iwork hailrd Untl lii\e hl;rtl ciury .hour or tlho day.' T'It 11ro. 'tessolulti WtOla ll wllo slalcks wlill he Jh.liL'lm? by OLhtQ' COlniliteutor's Iii tlu r'a,:c for fae'utl I Lll?i?e+v, LifU Is so Iilll of IlmlUol d 'Inlorst, tLiIh[t oVup Ilto {t'IiIUSI iC;ltlil WoItUtIt, vlllrii lshe Itl't(l5 tlil' iirow'tiL of lilvcs, ISOlcct' picil ll dlay. long. WJ hitve uli to iro aund +work to til best of ou0' abIlity in. thI`s tweltItLtLt Cellltry, Rald It is It Vilry good Illlllt lllltt wvo lltYL', becauseo It is thu !lo Iehat Is full of work Utld IlorOsls tllal is best worth ivIlng. hIht tchore Is anioher slido to llto ,quol1tloil. WVhllit mauy women cmn stand the sI ra'litil ban tiho l(1i tbO better or It, a uortalu ticmbor breilk down, They dlevolop "n...

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