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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

'little .Alldres.ts.. John 1hinsmuead C(ElI.EBI ATED . U iI.111 PIANOS" A' ult'pl.ul by' ller -Maje?y tie .)."un I1.I.ll. Il'rin '-s Bat rice IlI..1I. Duche s if Albany His lMajesty King otf Prtgl. and 11es Mlajesty inOg of Bavaria. Etc. Etc. Etc. And accorded The Legion of tlonor, The Order of Villa" Vic'a. .J. Esdaile & Co, 'C E"1.1: T I lE I1 l 'ENIILISI.I IANTOS. .'swiardtled'GUl td Medal and Sipeciald )iplotnma. Calcutta, 1?8,4-5, where Thei Esdaile Piano t(?aiold it pdint t -utct.ta pseis?ible 7 points.. Agente anil over Gippalani. MAFFIIA I M1AFFRA ! IMPOI'TANT' ANNOUNCEMENT! Linton and Caw, B EGS to announce that they have have taken the premises lately occu pied by Mrs, Gersanid, and are now ovter ing tor Salea t new and well assorted stock of GROCERY, IRIONMONGERY, CIIOCKEItY, GLASSWARE, TIMBER, BUILDING MATERIALS, &c., &c. "NiEW TEAS! NEW TEAS! Kaisow Buds. &c., Boxes and Ialf Chests. Al Value. All Goods have been personally selected andI h...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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ORIGINAL POETRY. MORWELL RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

ORIGINAL POETRY. --o--' MORWIIL "Il VEJR. Bey E. T. 1. 'r C:o Gelonae G?N. oere, on thy tranquil tide, oh strea.n! I seu the life of man thliia calnily rolling Through brake andl tlell, through tangled weed You run for over flowing. ' Now mirrored in yon prattling wave Are viewed the scones nf ofhildhood's hoar. Now laala.hing. prancing towards the shado Through Ilany a sweet enchanted bower. Sweet droop the anaiden ferns that grace thy stream ; Green slope thy hInkh, that lie so fallow; Thv mulrmring wartero laving now The dimnpling moss, and verdant mallow. The violets pure, and clhaste forget-mo-not, Upon thy sunlit waves are glancing ; Thi crimson heath that deck thy fields But crowns thee with a glory, soft en clhanting. These are our d?ays of dreamlmdan youth,l Whein hopoesin brightest htes aspirlng - Calls haply from thy lingering stream Sweet scented flowers, dear mllemories undling. Remembrances perchance, that like thy flowers Play in soft dalliance to the gentlo breeze, T...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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YINNAR MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

BY Possumr JACKY. Our Yinnar district bears very ntch tlhe oame appearance at present as it did abolt Clhristinan tithe. owingr to the IoIOt genial weather. We are havinfg Ileautiful, clear days, and heavy dews at night. with ocea sional autumnl showers ; nmaking the grass grow ablndantly. I know the dairy farmers in this district must be overjoyedl ithl the piesent prospects before thelt. Plenty of grass tmeans plenty of milk, which, in turn. you know, me.ans plenty of butter, and last. but not least, llenty of noiney. The ibtter sent front this dis trict to town (from romte dairies I mean), brings the highest price in tihe Melbourne and other miarkets. In fact, our last agricultural show, held at Moirwell, snts; proof of its quality. I wonlt like to say a word or two on bntter-mnaking. tI find - that in order to mlake..good butter, the I mnodls operanli" miust be first ulder stood. Some overwork their lutter, whllilo others do not work it enough, Thun, again, - ii prop ,r dairy nl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

SIHIRE OF TRARALGON. A a PUIIlOC MEETING will be held in 1 the lelichanies' Institute. Morwell, on Tuesday. 17th inst.. nt 7.:tI p.m., for the pur. pIse of forming an n neintion to as.ist the r'Ilral-cne Aeso,:iatio to eindeicceethe Govern- S mnct t cltelr the I.n Trobl: Hiver of stnags flmn Lcotgfberd Bridge teo \Ice. E. KEl l.ElIIEIH , Iresident. Morwell. i4 1 88. IMPORTANT NOTICE. HI? VING this day sold my butchering L hbusiness in Morwell, to C. W. low lett, I beg to thank those customenrs who have hitlherto given me their support. and respectfully ask a continulance of same for my successsor. E. CLEAVER. In connection with above, I lhave to tlhank A my numerous customers for their kind pat- we roenoge dulring tile last two yeanrs, anld Iegto assire them tlhant it will he my constant ell deavour to suplly thet with a good whole soune article at a moderate price. 71y own business and that which I have noie ent chasel d from Mr. Cleaver will be curried on in the premies recently o...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. Abridged from "The Record. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

T WVEDNESDAY, APRIL Ii. Abridged from "The Record. The ordinary meeting of the Tnmoagon li Shire Cotuncil W'as held on the alove late, fl hen the11 following were preen. :-'Tie n president (Cr Keleher) and Crs l'.terkitn ri 1.arney'. Dourke. Walker, IBodycomb onw. ri lett, Filrinti. and C?irnphelL II CORRESPONDENCF, ii Fmom W. J. Berrinman, Mirbon, offerinng to cut scnm, along a road near his holdinog 1 to remove source of danger from tire. He to was willing to do the work for £1 15s. Aceplteld. C F out T. Faulkner, claiming i£5 compen-l nention for losing a nulmber of fowi, antd laving his huggy damaged on the road between Mr Miller's and his own hlore.-- it Not entertained. it From the Treasury, forwarding an ac- n cvont for £2.35.3 16s 9dt, being the shire snhnidy.-- eceived. From E. Crinnigan, Morwell, complain- rI inn of the had condition of the road lead ing north from the railway to the ol0d Mel- 0' ourne road, between-the selections of Mrs ldl'auirin and Messrs M'Namara. ?\o...

Publication Title: Morwell Advertiser And Weekly Chronicle
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SNAGGING THE LA TROBE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

SwAGcGINe THE LA Ttont.--An influent inal meeting of land-halders on the La Troehe river was held atTraralgon on Fridayin last week. This was an adjourned meeting. which hod for its object the formation of an association for the object of obtaining the setnaging of the La Trobe river from Mo^ to Longford. MTr Marriage presided. It was estimated if the Government could be induced to grant the aid required, thant 23.010 acres of land wvold be reclaimed val ecd at l115.200. A central committee was appointed consisting of Messrs Marriage. President, M'3Mnhon, Secretary, Walker, Treasurer. anud Mackay, Campbell, Varney. Copeland, Sligh and Lousada, committee. An understanding was arrived at that there waoueld be only one association, from Moe to Longford, whose centre would he Trarnalgon. but local committees could be formed at various places to work with the c "tral committee. Mr Campbell suggested they should obtain information re probable cost of the undertnking so that a definite sch...

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PROPOSED CHURCH AT YINNAR. (TO THE EDITOR MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

PROPOSHLU CHURCH AT YINNAlI.1 (To TIE EDITOR n MOItWELL .1DVERTISER. Siit,-Upon reading the 'Gazette' on Tuesday last, I was struck with a para graph 're' erection of a Church of England at the above place. Now, sir, 1 cannot help thinking, that many peo ple like myself will be somewhat sur prised at tlhe premature move, which has been made. I, for one, think it would have been much better if the residents of Yinnar had been consulted in a proper manner, and irrespective of creed, about it. It would also have been better if the officiating clergymen, viz-Pres byterian andt Wesleyan, had been recog nised in the matter, and not kept in ig noratce. 1 amt not opposed to a Church of England being built, i.e., if the tna urity are in favor; but are they ? I think not. Fair play is always the best play. Further, it would have been better had a proper congregational meeting been convened, inlstead of Messrs. Walker and Edwards doing the work, let the other clergymen have a voice, too : I th...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 14 April 1888

L.etters ant other c'loInlllluicatitts uintenided for insertioll in the newts rollll ns should be addresecs to THE EDIToR. Rtejected letters cannot be returned under any circnmstances wllaltsoever. -All e hsiness conlulnieations to be address .ed t, the uo I'l 'trtroxi.C The " Trncseript" explains rules thus: I 'Write npon one side of the sheet only. Why? Beraune it is often necrssa:' :to icut the pages into "tak s"' for the con poeitors and this ant lllot e done when Iotht sides ardewritten ipitn. 2 \\Write clearly and distinet.ly. being iparticularly careful in the Iatter of proper t liles, lant? words front foreign languages. Why? Because you have tno ri;ght to ask either editor o or compositor to waste his lie puzzling out the resulttof your :11 ishlness. 3 Don't write in at microscopic ihand. Why? Because lie thee compositor has to read it across his caew, at tllo distance of nearly two feet; also, because tim editor often wanls to make additions antd other changes. SDanges.t b...

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MIRBOO POLICE COURT. APRIL 18, 1888. (Before A W. Howitt P.M., Jno, Ingles, and Chas. Ogilvy, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

NIIRUOO POLICE COURT. Arltr. 18, 1888. (Iufote A R*,. low\ittjVP.MT., Pump. Tnglem, ond 'Clint. Ogilvy,;1P Police v. Thee. Froot.-Obhceno tart, goege.. Nt4 nkerveI, Iisclitrgi.d. ,, P'oliee v. B..) 1Cartur.-Driving.' mon it foolpith. Finrd I. Police V. I tOO IC;ttle:=l1)ri.ving open e foetinithI. Fied Is. L. Snarlult v,.C. hjllx.-6edos seold, £4 uls Id. Seitled. WV. llellh v. R. Ceonn.-Goods soldt, £1 17n 9Tlr. Orldr for allrlmmit. F. fl. S liggolt v. It. Mloroety-Work and Iahourdloon. Struck net.. Rilldgway & Ce. V. A. Plutiitploo.-tluuoule £l I4s 3d. Not nerved. Fiirllav Brotlers v. A.:IeI optmi. Worm onal lalnirr doncl22 Ihe. 'IIne I r ve Wash v., il reunesn. Mency ureoiveul, £k. Not. served.

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THE RISSING LINK. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

THE |ISSING LINk. TarE will .pleae discIgles of barwvin. It is an extraet fromt " Nature" and goes to show that monkeys, like the Lord Ma'snrk' fool, -know what is good. Mr. Alfred Carpenter, of the Marine Survey ttlice, lorobay, states that he has fre quently obsenm?d Mac:su monkeys on the .ielaud on South Bluraunrl openin oysters wvitdl a stone. They bring the. stones front (high -water mark to low watet, scleoaing such ototres as they can easily .graEs. They effeot the opening by striking the base of the ,upper valve aF.tE.t dlislacates .and .breaks 'up. They then extraet the ,oyster witht forefinger arm ,tlumr . occasionally puttiug the muth .straight to the broken shell, The wayT they have chosen is :the easiest way to spen the shell. This is very re muarkable evidence, not only of tire in itellectual capacity nf .the Macaus morn key, but of his social tendencies. Oyster eaters are invariably gregarious. sociable, hearty good fellows. and Sydney Smith has said that he had nevre...

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The Walhalla Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

Tie Walhalla Railway. cur' The following reports by Mr Wilton. "ll whoi sur'veye differentt routes of railway i2 t., Walhalla, will be read with Con- Nei siderable interest :- of Steepest grade. length. Dist. from Mel. riuo Moe, I in 30 27 miles. 107 rtile. Tra Morwell, do 31 do 120 do tire Tr'l'gon, do 27 di 125 do tws Glengarry, do 25 do 128 do she Toon'l,ie I in 28 2 Ido 134 do the Below we gave 'Mr Waltons's remarks Tiu on the several lines of survey e: TOONS(AnntE ntrrE. lint Thie Toongabbie route hal an ascent of tuc 1000ft. in sbont 6 miles (grade 1 in 30), fee with numerous 5-chain curves most of rea wthich are complete half circles. It then con follows same ridge as coach road for about for four miles, with sharp curves and short get lengths of I in 30 gr.tliento. The coach thi road woslld have to be reconstructed along sta this part of ridge, as the ridge is so narrow, thr and sides no steep in somen places it is not Jar half a chain in width, and falling nearly 'vl perpen...

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HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

lIELD OvEn.--Owling to pressure on our space we are reluctantly compelled to hold over a contribution, " The Rlam bler," by E. T, K. NEW JUSTICE OF PEACE STATUTE. -This new law, which will come into operation on 1st May, will give ex tended powers to the different courts. We intend giving a digest of the statute in our next issue. AnscOxNDI N FROM E.PLOYMENT,- A young girl by name of Minnie Gardi nor was arrested in Morwell on Tuesday last, on a charge of absconding from her employer, Mr. Kaye, of Traralgon. In reference to this the "Record" states; The difficulties which some pl:rsons have with their servant girls has Ieen exem plified in the case of a well-known pub lican of this town. It appears that while in Melbourne, on the recommen dation of a married couple who were passengers by the Orient and friends of an acquaintance, he engaged the services of a buxom lass, who also came out by the vessel. She cane up to Traralgon and entered upon her duties. She had been a servant girl...

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(TO THE EDITOR MORWEDL ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

,(TO Inl EDITOR MORWEiDI. ADVERTISER.) .Sin,-Re the letter in your issue of the lth inst., signed " Another Menl her." 1 would be ,most willing to answer it, especially as I consider it a most abominable, impudent reply to a letter you inserted for moe on thle 7th inst. I lshould think it is written bya Valetudi narian, who wishes to " regurgitate" oni ine somle very severe reprilmand ; but I tird he is pusillanimous, when he idoes not sign his name to his letter like a mnats, and unetil lie does so, I can assure him I will treat his letter with contempt. Should he find courage enough to send his name to your paper for insertion, I shall then anlswer. During the interval I shall carefull'. analyse its contents, anil shall then be abe to explain to " An other lember"' some errors he has made whlich will, perhaps, rather startle hiim. Thanking you for your valuable space, I amn, etc., GEORGE HEEPS.

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MORWELL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 18TH INST. (Before A. W. Howitt, P.M.) ASSAULT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

MORlWEILL PiOLICE COURT. WltEDnESIAY, 18t? tIST. (Before A V. W. foitt, P.M.) ASSAULT CA ;. J. It. Paton. proceeded against Thntatl Ilntcrens oni a charge of tunlawful assault. M.r Girty appeared ftr the plaintiff, Mr Serjeant for the defence. In opening the case M.r Gray referred to the manner in which the assault was comn mitted, by the defendant striking at hisi client with the back of an axe, and that it was only dtue to the fence- stPlping the force of the blItii, that prevented the pri sonur, perlhps,. being indicted ont a much more seriouts charge. He called J. H. Paton, who, being sworendepsed : He was a carpenter `residing at Morwell; that he knew defendant ; lte remtanbered thlt et March last ;ont that day le was engaged inl nailinrg on palings on the divi sion fence betweeni his own and defeln ant's propetrty, to prevent trespass fromt fowls : Mrs. tltehens tried to prevent this being dlote; she called io defendant; de. feutdant camle over, and with an axe knockled off a ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

TO THE EDITOIt OF MORWELL ADVERTISER. Sir,-I was somewhat si uck by a para graph that appeared in your paper, re pro posed Church of England at Yinnar, by a subscriber who avers that the movement is somewhat premature. Very much so, I ?should imagine, seeing a church has been very much required for at least four or five years. It seems a great pity that "Sub scriber" shoild accuse, and hurt the feel ings of those who have gone to so much trouble to do their best and arrange mat ters in a way to suit all denominations. If lie had bothered his head to enquire about the meeting that was held, lie would learn that it was represented by other than Church of England people. who were quite willing that a Church of England be built conditionally that other denominations he allowed to preach also. It is all fiction to say that other than Church of England could not use the building. Your corres pondent wishes to know if the proceeds of the Organ Fund are to hle used in aid of the building, a...

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TO THE EDITOR OF MORWELL ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

TO THE EDITou of F nORWELt, ADvERTIsER. Sir,-There must he something decidedly wrong in Mr Edwards' letter of the 17th in regard to doing the business in at proper mnlner. As there are several respected residents who affirm that they knew nothing at all about it, and these people are church-goers too. Mr Edwards informs no "that no fnrther correspondence will he entered into upon the subject." This, I think, is rather authoritative, nor friend imllst allow nthers to havno ai say before he presumes to close Ia matter of such import ance to the coimmiinitv. I also under stand, sir, that sone of the friends who believe thenmselves to he misled in regard to the object for which the 'tea and hall was intended. will respeetfully ask the re;asurer to refuntid the money. In con clusion, in the event of the Church of England requiring the Imilding every Sun day, wheat good n wll Ionme of clashing in a smaiii placO like Yinnar ? 'his is a ques tilmo worthy of tholghtful eonsideratlin. l'hta.k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

MURIDOCH'S HOTEL, NORILL W )IUIID OCI I wishes to Infors hdxs nirPoxIn fr.ir ulnd and tIh jjlic goncra~l~,ll}'tt he hie Rloilt and Ill:/lrnir.Lod hisi well-knowl~rn 111(( lry, ·JL,·rc frind, istos, ndoter Wll tiex im Ac''cmmodaionI i ecn d (inlmnone lin lmlm s. Landi. Wines andl Spirits of the Bent Procurable Bra nd~lllls. horses lull Ilnggiiie on Itie~. (loodtlrassw I)addIIcksiH .xalbling anr i Civility ilraxxs. W''. hnUBfOClI, l'rxjmrilmr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

MORWELL EALrLmY HOTEL. ::,,.... .. M urdoeh, : : (LA'l P 'OF THIE. 'CRICKETERS . IOTEL) :: I[a~ S t h iforir iisnumerout Frieln?odand the Public tenorally; that he haa\Purchased 17,'the-abOvo well.dneown IIestelry, and has thoroughly Renovated -and newly Fur 'ni hed ltljhroughout.t Ho now offers F I RSTLC LASS ACCO;MIUDATION. for Travellers, ?'Viitors, anrid Others. .FIRS'lOIASS ALEOCIOS BIILPATID ':TABIE 'WINES .AND :SPIRITS OF 'IlE ,BEST (PROCURABLE .BRIANDS. HORSES .?iAND 'HBUGIES ION 1HIRE. SGRABSIPADDOCKS FOR CUSTOMERS' HORSES ONLY. SSTABII.ING -AND 'GIVILITY 'GRATIS. Tinms ;SP-AGo NoT PAID FoR ! .A:NYONE :MIAY -AVE ;IT AT -.A IPRICE. (CRICXETER~S' ARMS HOTEL, '? O'tR\'WE L'L iHenry Breed, Proprietor, TAVING ijustn pnrehn?ed tbisn'anmxns Hotel, LI 'Whieh for comfort and order all otlhers excel-; 3lv Patrons will :fid I 'm willilng nd al ble Ton keep the?l esLt Drinksnand;the vory be-t Table. ':My servatat are ci'til; attoflttve, amldkind A AquAlity seldom inpservants you'll fin...

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The Morwell 'Advertiser. VOX POPULI. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY). SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1888. TRAMWAY TO WALHALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

VOX POI'ULI. PURBLIS|HED EVERY SATUlRDAY). SATURIDAY, APRIL 2i, 18853; 'I.lAIWY'.AY 'T'O WALIIALLA. Tor.rav' issue of tle .loriwell Adrertieer contains the report hfurnished by Mr. Walton, who surveyed the tramway routes to WVahalla. Tlrese will he read -with consliderable interest, as the welfare of our Province largely depends on tihe baring of the lines to he constructed.in the future. There can Iw no gainsaying :tl 'f;iact that, a line in the direction of Ttongabbie-would be inore in the in terest of (Gipplsland than any other route that coulll be construlcted. Anly connlec tifni iieairer olthe -Metropolis than that polint would but add to the centralizing influence that is always in progress; anl any miovement of the Gippsland people to obtain such connection can only spring from a selfish motive. The tramway' is proposed to be construct el in the interests of the WValhalla pe' pile, andti their voice, aided by the cen . - tralizei iltlluene of the Metropolis, we are sure, will...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser and Weekly Chronicle — 21 April 1888

Letters and other communications intended for insertion in the news columns ti should he addresses to nT'll E?'rroR. Iljctedi letters cannot lhe returned undler any circiimestances whatsoever. All business coneeunniictions to be address ed to the PornttrtlErol. Tlhe " Tratnacript".explaincs rlhes tins: t I Write uepn one .side of the slhet only. Why'? Because itiisnften nsacssary to ciut the Irtgcs into."tak a'" for the,.co po.itore and this cannot Ihe done shen botth .Hiloue ore writt tln OIp-;. 2 Write ,clearly antt .tlistinclch, 'hding parlicularly careful .in the natter.of proper nates, and words ,Elio .foreigndlanganoao.t W\hv? Bercuose you have no right to .awl. .either editor r .comnp.aitor t, waste his time puzzling out the restltsof your " 3 IDon't write in a umioroncpic hlatl. Why? Because the the ,curupuuit-r has lion read it across his case, rtthe .distannte of nearly two feet; olso, btecauune the editor often wants:to make additions and other changes. 4 Dont bhein at th...

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