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AUTUMN RACING CAMPAIGN. THE BIG HANDICAPS. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

THE 'BIG HANDICAPS. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. The following are the, weights allotted by Mr. WV. A. Menzies for the Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup: NEWMARKET HANDICAP. Of 3000 sovs;; second; 000; third, 300 sors. Six furlongs. (Run Saturday, 28th Febrtiary:) t..lb. . st. lb. Gigandra . .... 9 13 Lord Liddell .. .. 7 2 Jolly Bcggar... . . ..7..First Shot .. .. 7 1 .Popinjay .. .. 9 4 Recaller .. .. .. 7 Royal Scotch .... 9 1 Early Hope .... 7--1 Desire ........ t 1 Coradil.. .. .. 7 1 Cagou .. .. .. 9 0 Sound Asleep.... 7 1 WVolawa.. . .. 9 0 Dhul Dhul .. 7 1 Nuwara .Eliya ... 8 11 Plasticine... .... 7 0 Valido.. .. ... 8 11 Culeross ..... .. 7 0 Lileil .. .. .. 8 11 Precious ....... 7 0 Cider .. 8 11 Pinkerton .. .. 7 • 0 Mountain Princess 8 11 Kent Loch ... " 7 0 :Captain White .. 8 9 Silver ,Claini.. .. 7 0 Danaus.. '.. 8 9 Bretelle .. .. . 6 13 Atlinic . 8 0 Braw Queen .... 6 13 :Aleconner .. .. 7 Tush Money .... 6 13 Audacity ..... 8 7 Paper Money .... G 1: St. Iecdoc .. 8 7...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. OAKLEIGH PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. OAKLEIGH PLATE. Of 1350 sovs.; second; 250; .third, 160 nove. Five 'furlongs and a half. (Run Saturday, 14th February.) Jolly Beggar .. 9 11 Irish Mist .. .. 7 Popinjay..- . .. 99 Royal Laddie 7 25 Cider .. .... 9 7 Lord Liddle :. 7 0 -Valido ..:.. .. 9 7 Crosbie ...... 7 9 Captain White .. 9 7 Early Hope ... 7 0 Lord Walla .. ,. 0 5 Miss Cower . .. 7 7 SNuwara Eliya .. 9 8 Bretelle ........7 7 Athenic ...... 9 1 Four Flush .... 7 7 Andelosia. ..... 9 1 Ligero .... .. 7 7 Audacity .. ... 8 13 Yarrien .. .... 7 6 Silver Lad .. .. 8 13 Rose Royal .. 7 5 Tatterley .... 8.13 Coolagunyah ., 7 5 Aleconner .. 8 11 Culross ...... 7 5 Rathlca .... .. 8 11 -Braw Queen .... 7 5 Tadanga ...... 8 11 Arudel ..... .. 7 lownit.. .... 8 11 ILic?tetus.. .. 7 5 Philio .. .. 8 9 Elvanite ....... 7 3 Widgiewa .. .. 8 7 Lorlez .... .. 7 3 Kildalton ..... 8 7 Aboyne .. .. ..7 3 Tofua.. ......8 7 fBst Scot ...... 3 First Shot ....8 5 Ethel Buckley .. 7 3 Antoinette . ,. 8 5 Spica ....

Publication Title: Leader
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MELBOURNE TROTTING CLUB'S HANDICAPS. Monday, 2nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

\IlLBOUR'NE TROTTING CLUB'S IIHANDICAPS. .Monday, 2nd Februiary. Burnly Handicap.-Gipsy . Blare (lar.), Maud Direct (sad.), ser.; Peggy (iar.), 10 yds. bhd.; Dan llarviii (sad.), Cerise (sad.), Mike Kelly (lar.), Iurrah (iar.), 20 yds.: blih.; Pietre Botte (har.), 40 yds.. bhd.; Redwood (Iar.), Amy SI. (har.), 50 yds. i1Ad.; Miss Jessie (har;), 70 ;dP. bhd.; John Finnic (har.), 75 yds. bhd.; Kaiikee Girl (har.), 110 yds. blid. Biracelet.- itt, y M. (har.), Miss .Burt (liar.), Billy (liar.), Astcr (siad.'), Dixie Drum (lar.), I??rdie Willies (har.), Alm: Bell (hliar.), Melody (lir.); scr. Paddy (har.), Whip Top.(liar.), Dic tator (sad.), King Osterley (sad.), Schoolmaster (sad.),: Lady Snilpo (sad.), 20 yds bhid.; His Hlonoi (sad.), 35 jyds. bhd.; Dell (sad.), .45 yds. bhd.; Tilley (sad.), 55 yds. blid.;. 3inyip (Girl (liar.), 65 3ds., bil.; Acrobat (ald.), 70 yds. bhd.; Don Marvin (sad.), Mike Kelly (iar.), Lady Patricia (sad.), 80 yds. bhd.;. Amy If. (liar.), 105 yds, blid.; Valour...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAVING THE PENNIES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SAVING THE PENNIESg Bread is an item: where most reprehen sible waste is often shown. Every little r piece should be daily @olleoted, and the contents of the bread pan looked over. Odd pieceswhich can be.grated through a wire seive should be made into whitue crumbs and kept in a tin for use in dif ferent ways of cooking. T hese can be used for puddings and in a variety :of ways. The crnsts and such like pieces should be put on a tin in a moderate oven and left till they are quite crisp and dry, and a golden. brown .in color. They should then be rolled. to a powder with a rollinig pin on.- a .board, or put --through a ' mincing machine, or :pounded in: a mortar. Sift' them through a wire' strairier, and pound all .that does not 'pa : throiugh, and 'then store ini tins, using 'for frying fish, thicken-' ing soups; &c. .Bread of a. day or" two old can be used for toast or fried.bread. In the former case, cut-the slices of even thickness with a :sharp' knife;, and cut .off the c...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TROTTING. BALLARAT TROTTING CLUB HANDICAPS. Saturday, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

UTROTTING. BALLARAT TROTTING CLUB HANDICAPS. · , Saturday, 31st -January. . Trial 'Stakes, one mile.-Clara Cleve, Flitiway, 'rywood. Osterley Again, Prinz Pickup, Lily S., scratch; Laidy Doris, Nimble -Boy, Oaklands, 50 'ds. bhd.; Cherrywood, Mark, 00 yds. bhd.; .Traf 1 gar, 70 yds. hd.l. Somecton, Ellenor, 80 yds? bhl.; First Bells, tedfern, 90 yds. bhd.: Lady M'Beth. 110 yds. bld.; Marvin's Heiri . 180 yds. bhd. Fl inug Stakes, one mile:-Lady Doris,- Oakwood, :cratch: Prince Osterley, 30 yds. bhd.; Butler, 40 yds. "bhd.; Ladiy M'lleth, Larry Direct, 60 yds. bhd.: Haul Boy, 05 yds. bid.; Ophir, 80 yds. bhd.; Black Pride, Ribbonwood's Pride, 100 yds. bhd.; Little Dot, 1S0 ydd. blld.; Birchinarl:, 140 yds. b1hd. Miners' Iihndicap Trot, one uile and a quarter. -Chlara Cieve, Jack.B.. scratch; Miss Genee, Little Pete, Tara, 20 yds. bld.;' Bell Boy, 40 yids. bhd.; Roan Girl, 80 yds. blad.; Timothy, 90 yds. bthd.; Ragtime, 130 iyds bhd.; Nimble Boy, 360 yds. bhd.; Unknown, Prince Osterle...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A STATIONERY BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

A STATIONERY BOX: . The best kind of box to.seiect for maki;ig .the dainty little receptacle for stationery sliovn iij our. sketch is one of- those flat. cardboad boxes so, oftenw! used for loldinlg chocolate and other, sa eets,''and in size about 8 or 9 inches by 7 or 8 inches, and 2 .inches tii height, or thereabouts. The box is lined with soft white silk turned over at the edges and fastened on with a strong adhesive. The sides are covered in the same manner with white silk, with a pretty little floral pattern upon it. The lid (. removed and cut in half, and the inner side lined with white silk, and on the outside with some of the same silk' that has been used for the exterior of the box. The two pieces of lid are neatly sewn on to the sides of the box so that they may be folded over towards each other to enclose the contents, and ribbon strings are provided to secure the box when so closed. The left hand sketch shows the box open, and stationery and odds and ends, in the shlape ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

>"your bifdir e t ..?_f. ir.e.attier? T.ry:T Qabriel's Remedy. See -. -etimnl. . Gabri el, eha. • ,; :Vi:toria-ete • t. Abbe rc are on Abe - ot System, :and . will. give every satie?aotiop , "gua anteed. Brooder?' very ,:beat quality? . it?-Mills,: ;.r on :o Uers, Cjiapauixl, 2jliarmq oniers, EgeeI .Doxzea:.. ..: .. an - A. Ba OYE,'e Qhick.oo nS14 ELIZABETH STRkEW- MELBOUX IE S G~° l d~t..?. nShow, find.Stud Birds: in . -Austalia. : :'Aylabury,' Pek. :- a Ad o l~d "i nd# a n'Rinne rsa." . Rousna?.: E. KE. GR: EN,: t "RO LYNT:r ' EGG FARM, Letters to S::"i- TOORONGA-ROAD, -AUBURN.: You are- assured of the 'Squarest ?-f Square: Deals." ' GtGS.-Wi ite Legioins, Pope or Walah'se world'ie - "records;: Padilan's .284 'etrain; l5/; otock easp. Hobson, Charlea-street, Northcote South. ELSTERNWICKl POULTRY YAR'DS L EFI E ORtNS, . ROOKtS and .WYANDOTTI i S O'GS and hBIRDS, at all -Prices. - Chanmpion Eg ;:Lying Strains and Show Prize Winnem, . e,.cioi? Yards, Desi:2 eied by ..,Cornment Exp...

Publication Title: Leader
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TYPE IN WHITE LEGHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

TYPE IN 'W-HITE LEGH.ORNS. . Sir,-Will yb 6ii please itll me:. Should a White Lehorbi henb.e rrarrovw behind (or- broad behiptl and narrow in fronti, "jist to 'settle an' arguments Please reply through "The Leader" to--Yours, &e., . -: -- - INORANCE. F Canowmbdra, N.S , 2srir January. -Rihoulrd be wide arid deeji .behind. _Will :pub.. lishb the points of the breed in full.--lotcpur]

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WHITE LEGHORN RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

WHITE :LEGHORN -R.ECORDS.: SirI- ee in 'The Leader" Mri. Woodwtird is 'briging from ninglimd Legheris "that .have laid 2-82 eggs .in the' year. 'I have .two. pullets that. have done .even better tian -.that;. they .com sheneed /ti lay'-bn 6th.'Janiary .lia- S;ar, ,ll0,13and,' ' a;e =laid. blte wn'iole :year tgirouglri oily. missing a day niolw and th'li, and ait '"still -laiying;i in fact; they 'laid 'to-day::' y, irds_ of thiat standing are wor'tht ` nifg; .they: wer h?atchedt end' of Jurne;-1912, arid 'are oitly just . shoing signis of moult.' I have some.nice pullets ?g tm- ; h: also, cockerels. The cockerels .?lal advertise shortly . If not alreadyl sold. I :inm glad to see. Mr, Wood ward Is ingifing over- the "dear old Brahma, also speckled rSiss·ex for; that'is a '.bird" Australia wants. Not only.' are they good in themselves, but they are fine for erossin -'puiniposes. I am also pleased he: is bringing over some White Orpingtons. We wniant sone- fresh blood in that grand vari...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. POULTRY FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. POULTRY FEEDING.. :. Sir,--As "tited in my letter last week, I have -had riumeFrots inquiries from readers of: .'The Leader" as to the value of nalt sproutts as a. poultry food, thos to use,. and where it can Ik: obtained.. I now proceed. to- give t.:he 'desired i-; formation. The analysis of malt sprouts shows- Albuminoids, 23.2; fats and oils, 1.7:' Sx;' gives value in carbo-hydiates; 3.8" oadetl to carbo hydrates, 48.5 = 52.3; the nufi'itive ratio being 1 to 21, whidl proves It to be about equal to beans, or peas, and superior' to caimeal,' bran or pdlhard in albuminoids. The proportion of :al btuninoids .is so great that it can be used to balance other food stuffs, that are deflcient in this respect. Thie percentage' of .ft be uig low, other foods' that have a high' percetx 2g, suich as sunflower seeds, '21.5, green. 'bone' 2..l, or a meal not generally known, viz., velvet ,oil maeal, ýcontaining albusninoids, 14.8, fats or oils, 10.; x 21, gives valuc in' carbeo...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KENNEL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

KENEL -NOTES. BY HO19PUL ( The fourth annual meeting- of the Vic itorian Collie Club will .be:held at Ruljra'i Cafe on.: Tuesday,. .3rd' Feblyary.. Any Collio 'fanciersi in;.this or. other: State: requiring information re- club matters, the hon. sec, would be.very pleased 'to-forward it, oni application .to Mr: A. -Mills, 12 Mul berrywstreet,. Richmond. Silver Wizard, the young English. Bull 'Dog: recently purchased at a. high figure by.. Mr. M.- P; Bauld, :of -Malverm, arrv ed- by the White Star- liner Ceramic on Monday, and is now snugly quartered at his owner's kennels .at::.Malvern; where he has snice. been 'freely interviewed" by local fin'ciers, who have admired: him -al most''without exception. Of course, there is always, the "inievitable' carping critic" to contend with' oan- such occasions, but these -have been few and far between in the-case of Wizard, whose great width of front-- lowness .to ground,- shoulders, ribs, skull and underjaw:.made him so .-iauious in England;? ...

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KENNEL ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. - Sick fg.-Sheep Breeder, A.lexandra;.-Treat for diateirinp?. Secure .Beddomc'k. remedy. Keep hlim iin avaih, dry sheld.,

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SUB-DISTRICT 1M kTCIIES.. Brighton v. Footscray, at. Brighton. Elsternwick v. Camlbcrwell, at. Elsternwich. Willianmstown v. Caulfil~d, It Will1iams~towI. Coburg v." rort Melbourne, at Coburg. Malvenm v. flawthorn, at Ialvern. Brunswick. V. (eelong.

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CRICKET FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. DISTRICT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

ICKET FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. DISTRICT LMATCIIE . Carlton v. Fitzroy, at Carlton. East Melbourne v. Collingwood, at East Mel bourne. Richmond v. Essendon, at Richmond. , Melbourne v. St. Kilda, at Melbourne. Northeote v. Prabran, at Northcote. University v. North Mclbourne, at University. .South Melbourne, a bye.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COURSING COURSING GOSSIP. LONDON, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SOOUR~EItGC GtO8IP. S BY IHOTSPUR. j.ONDON, 27th January. iMr. Oscar Asrhe, the acte:', is nooit:ating tWvC dog-s for the Waterloo Cup. Actors have always ha,; a warm side for dogs. The late Sir Henry Irving had alway.; his Fx 'errier with hinm; the late Wilson liarr.tt not only had them, but also wrote some fine `rtorics about hi:, c.nine favorites; and . we thinik :we once rcmenlcber Sir J. Forbes-Iloberi.onn bIeinfit.is trercted in Sporting Spianiel:. To Mr. O.<car Aihie will Ie given the laurel wreath fai plra: tieally founlding a kennel, Mr. Aeche, with hies ch'nii'i'n:i wife, lMi.. Lily Drayton, hals -returned ,to I:.nland alfter a succeesful tour in .Lust'ra:ia. ri. A1sehte is a colonial. .ay.s m"i En:lih journa:l, and it will inte:-ret coursing nmen to kni;,sw Ltiat at one time Mr. As-hlie's kennel w.ts quite 4 power at colonial couirs:ing mueetings. Now the old iulicrest is revived, iawl Mir. Aehi hs en gigect Tomi White, the, leading tia iner of grey hounds in A...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WEIGHTS COMPARED. BY POSEIDON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

T*HE WEIGHTS COMPARED. BY POSIL.DON. Those, horses engaged in both the New market Handicap and Oaklcigh Plate, to gether with: the different estimates enter tained of their ability, are shown in the following. table:.-. et Newmarket Oalhleieh IIHadicap. .Plate. 6:furlong.. ,' furlongs. S st. lb. st. lb. Jolly eggar. .. 9 7 .. 9 11 Popicjay' . '.. . 9;.. .9 4 . 9 9 Nuwara Elya .. ..-. l. 8 11 .; 3 Valido 11 . 7 Cider . . . . 8 .x . 9 7 Captain White .. . 9 7 Athenic .. 9 . 9 1 Aleconner '' .7" ', 8 1 Auldacity'. . ,. :' '8 13 Lord Wl . Tadanga .. ., .. 8 11 Andelosia . .. ", '.;,"8; f . 1 Saracen .. . . ;. 8 38 Antoincttc . :; 8.: 8 Silver .Lead .. "'4ý. }8?. 8 .. 8 13 Gold Brew -- . 83 Phhllo .. .. . 8 9 IOnita .. . ???7? '' 811 hildalton .. `7 81 7. 'WVidgiewa v : :. .7 .. .. . 8?. . 7 Ruby Hapton : 7 7 13 Aver-c ". 7 7. 8 8 Brunnhllda. . ":.... t` . . ," . 711, Sutlie ?.. ;. . ; . ;..7 .78 1 Ballysheeii .. 8 1 Trixette'. . , 75 . 8 8 Arrowfoi n .. 7. i't 7 9 Remuneration ."..".''i...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW A WOMAN SPENDS SPARE CASH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

HOW A W OMAN SPENDS SPARE GASH. She lakes tobacco to old men. and tea to their..wives, and' gets no credit, and sometimes no thanks, for her pains. She is good to the charwoman's invalid son, and does not forget to carry little comforts to. the bedridden husband of the woman who 'does the washing. Cod liver oil, bought~by her, finds its-way to the homes .of poor wasting babies, .and only the mother knows how it gets there. It is because she.'spends her spare cash in-such-tipping as this that many a woman ets-no" salhte from gigantic porters in gold laced caps, and..that waiters do not'quarrel for the privilege of attending to her wants. Caddie boys give no praise to her worst strokes on the links, 'and. when travelling alone. she has often difficulty in finding a porter. But it is only people who don't under stand who call her "stingy." In'.point:-of. fact, the average woman has .so-"many demands: she .would like to meet made upon her too often slender purse that,. as a rule, she ha...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CLEARING HOUSE FOR JOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

A' CLEARINGL hOUSE FOR JOKES. vIr.' T. Seccombe writes in the "New Statesman":-The need -of some arrange ment for* the scientific adaptation, trans mutation, and exchange of stories is one 'to which Englishmen ought to be especial. ly sensitive. Our countrymen tell the same tales so often that the very dogs on their heart'hrugs imanifest signs of weariness and :impatience. A day at an anecdote exchange would remedy this. .in.a measure at least,.att what'could easily be reduced: by experience in economy of working to. an almost inconsiderable cost. The Frenclhlare often pleasant at the ex pense of this undeniable weakness of the English for telling, stories, and of long hours consecrated to these diversions which we expend overw our meals. Some years .ago I told the story of the plain lady-patient's- sister hidden behind the screen to overhear- the comments made upon the sick. woman's case by two emi nent physicians--the first doctor's mutter ed ejaculation ".My God! " what an ugly w...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HER HEMLOCK BOWL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

HER HEMLOCK BOWL The 2?cteienooin had lasted nearly a year, so it was. no wonder' that their first - quarrel was a .very -terrible one. "'I'm sick'todeath tof yyour mother!" Janet stormed. - "This will be her fthird visit, a-id wie haven't been married a year!" IHe shrugged his shoulders; resuimed his pacing up and.: d<vn, exhaled fiercely, and tried to calm himself. "Myi mother has the decency 'not to bringg an ill-bred, repulsive, 'destructive, anthropoid beast in an Eton jacket," he growled. .Janet rose at that. ."How "dare you! .Anthro-Anth----"' Failing to make inything .of the word, 'she gulped; and :began again, "By that-l sup pose you mean. Jimmy ?: How. dare you!'-' "Didn'ft the cub -break my, old' meer schaum 2nd kill all your goldfish? As for nmy mdther, shec's an angel, and you know it." Janet drew herselfc up several inches. "Please understaiid, 'when- your mother enteim'this flat I leave it -fore ever. "So - much for your, love, then," he sneered. "You're a ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POPE AND THE TANGO. A PRIVATE EXHIBITION. PARIS, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

POPE AN-o THE . TANCO. A :'PRIVATEý EXHJBITION. :PARIS, 28th January. The "'Temps" _: blishes arn interesting .story regarding the Pope s:attitule: toivarrs the.dancing of the .tango. :The journal- states that after questioning several.persons regarding the alleged iu morality of. the tango; the Pope decided .to judge for himself. At his request twp youtiiful aristocrats. gave a demonstration :of the dance, and at the end the Pope said, ."Well, my' dear children, you take your amusements very sadly." He advised them to substitute. for the tango the Venetian dance "Furlana." The "Temps" adils that the "Furlana" ,is already being practised in Paris, and is called the 'Pope's dance:" [The Rome correspondent of. the "Daily Chronicle" stated recently. that the. Vati can authorities had instructed the clergy to initiate a crusade agaiist the tango as ,being. offensive to the purity of every right minded person. Although. all the great ,pulpit orators have fulminated- against :the dance, i...

Publication Title: Leader
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