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A Palace Dining Car. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

A Palace Dining Car. Herald. IN the course, of a few days the Railway Department intend to attach to the mail trains running between Sydney and Gerogery a "Palace dining car," which has' just beon completed by Messrs. Hudson, -Brothers. ; It is rather longer than the sleeping cars. at present used on that line, and is constructed upon the model of tho well-known AineiioSn palacO dining cars. There is a passage irom end to ond of the car, with tables and sitting accommodation on each side. A liberal menu bns been adopted, and, as coal Jstovo and ..'complete' cooking apparatus will be,carried with the car, passengers will be able to obtain refresh ments, including wines, malt and spirit uous liquors, teo, coffee, ,fic,,.j ot all hours of the day. As there is commu nication between the dining-car and the saloon carriages, passengers in those carriages will bq able to psBB into tho dining-car whilo the train is in motion, instead of having to wait till a : station ?is reached. The credi...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Completed Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

The Completed Assembly. A(bury:vl)^— Mr. 0. Dny.% \ ':'^:'. .Argylo , [2). —Mr. Holbprrow /'and Mr-P. 0. Meyers.' ?... v. j J , ,; . Balrnnnld (2).—Mr. R. ,B. : .Wilkin son,,.Mr. C.rnras'e., ; ?;? j .".'??-..'. , Bathurst (I).—Mr. F. B.:.Sut'for.* .. : Balmain (1). —Mr. J> Garrard. ; ~, ? The Bognn (2).- i -Sir, .P.- A.; Jdnn ;ings,t Mr. G., E. Cnss i ?... . I "", . Bourke.---Mr, J. B. Olliffe. '- i " ". '.. i.Braidwood.(l). —Mr. A. Eyrie.',.,;.".'. . Bnrrowa (I).—Mr.T. M.; Slattdry. 'Canterbury (2).—Mr. W. H. Pigott, and Mr. W.H. Honson. ... >?? ' ; ; Tho .Clarenco,, -(I).—Mr. (: ,. J.^M'." ,Purye.B.^.!,. ,;;..? "? . .'.r.-.-M-,-.-.-.-.-; ?".: ; ,'.,'. 1 Carcoar (2),7-Mr. A. Lynch,* Hon. E. Baker*.,. '~ . ; ;. ? '. '.'./' , Central, Cumberland (2).'—Hon. J." Labkey,'*. Mr'.'A.'H. M'Cullocii.* ',"? " ''T? ;Garrott, ! *,,'Mr. John Kidd., - ' ' "". i. < ' ' i.'; ." Dprham., HJ. H, Brown.* '"' East Mditland ; (I).— -Mr Janies N. 'Brunker..'' '. ' ! ? ' '?'- . ,'.. i ? ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Massacre at Solomon Islands. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

The Massacre at Solomon Islands. HER Majesty's little schooner Sandfly has had many visitors during the last day or two (says the Sydney Daily Telegraph) the greater number consisting of the morn morbidly disposed, and not a few of the officers and crew, though exceedingly civil to all, are pretty well tired of answering questions that should be written in red ink to do any thing liko justice to the colour and spirit iniwhich thoy were put. Leading seamen Skvoge, who should know far more than any other living man ab?ut the frightful occurrence, has been suffering fronffever and ague, and has not become so com municative as he will yet bo fonnd in the forecastle or oomo other place where ho will, doubtless, unwind himself at length. So imminent was the peril in which he recently found himself, and so miraculous was his escape, that he is at present unable, without being remanded, to give two sentences at a timo relative to the frightful occurrences that have already been reported in ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pastures and Stock Protection Act. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Pastures and Stock Protection Act. A MEETING of directors appointed under the above Act was held in the Court house, Singleton, on Wedneday last at noon. These Were present Mr. J. C. S7Mci)biiail i (Ch'aii'mari), Messr?. John , Alford)' J,a's.,E.,Dav;yB,.,.HQiiry Uourko, VJdn^..B/.i?iaxlan.d,'.7,.:-?:.) 7{;7.,77 ~. -77 7" '?7(1).' It was .proposed by Mt. JasT E." Davys, seconded by Mr. H.; Rotirke; rind carried:: Alford'be .appointed Secretary." t '.',(§.).'7 Proposed .by Mr". 11. Bpur'ire.:',," That.a salary of £25 per annum to paid to ; tho Secfe-' 'tary.,^.-'.i'--SisCoiide^;,by>lf.;,^.?E.-'Da ; vy's,_ .pridcarriedl V 7, 77. i-.- 7 ; {; ..-.'? ?.. ''?"' ~ Rourke proposed, ond Mr. Davys socbiided ;',(3). ''?''Xhat.Mr.V?.J?laxland' 'be.app.'pinwd'(^reasuror/^'?'^(3arripd'.'^.. ; ,7.'VTho.meeting'7thg^adjourn,e(litill r the' i .January ~'.',;.;.' r .,,-. . M - ; 7. '7 may bo.Kere,,stated 'that eyery person pining 1(0,0 head of cattle and upwards, or 50Q,sheep, arid.jpyer,. is-requ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A New Compressed Air Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

A New Compressed Air Machine. " STRATHLEVEN." A CORRESPONDENT in London writes us as follows: A short time since I received an invitation from T. H. Borradaite of Broad St. City, to witness the trial of a new machine at the old established works of J. and E. Hfcll, Dartford,? Kent, and : was pleased- to find on my arrival ft large; number of gontlemeu ?BScmblo'l, in interested in this all important question. Amongst those present I noticed the following well-known, Anstralian - merr-J chants, &c, viz., Messrs. Gibbs, Docroz, Frith, J. Gavau Anderson (Orient line),: the directors and engineers of East and' West India Dock CoY, the direotof Band. engineers of the London and Victoria Dock Co., Hall, engineer P. and O. Co., Messrs. M'llviraith, : Imray,! 0.E., Cambbell, O.E. (of Strothloven fame), Purvis, CollyiiS, Professor Heaten, Rose, etc. The machine in question is claimed by the proprietors to bo one of the most oompact, economical, and eiraplest yet introduced to tho pnbl...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN 'OLLA PODRIDA' ON LARRIKINISM AND THINGS IN GENERAL. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

AN 'OLLA PODRIDA' ON LARRIKINISM AND THINGS IN GENERAL. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) DEAR SIR,—I was much pleased with your leading article in Wednesday's Argus, the reading of which recalled to my recollection a passage from Carlyle in his "Heroes and Hero Worship," where: hosays ('That tbe ?vriters of newspapers, poems and books are Uiq.rcal working effective church of a modern country;" ; ?.,.. '; !?; Your,: calling, attention to tho i subject of. larrikinism. was certainly opportuno, ; hut I do not think you went to the root of the matter, and perhaps it might be profitable . to consider 'this subject a'little more closely. ? The word '? larrikin is.coloninl, and 'meant, I'think, in its original sense, boisterous high spirits, jollity, and so an, as,applied to youths—tho word, however,'cohvey? now. quite a? diffident meaning—something vile : and contemptible, and lam sorry to say un less checked will become a reproach undo disgrace,tb us us a cpmoiunity. r ..:.. "-.' ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HALL'S AIR REFRIGERATING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

HALL'S AIR REFRIGERATING MACHINE. The machine which was used lately so successfully at Dartford is capable of delivering 15,000 cubic feet of copied air at a temperature Of 60 deg below zero per hour, and is suitable for cooling a prepared meat chamber 80 ft. long and 20 ft. wide.. The action of the engine is ba?ed on the well-known system of compression, cooling, and expansion of atmo?phorio air, The design Of this, machine is remarkable for its compact ness and' economy. .?" A compressing piston, driving and absorbing, works at one ond of a crank shaft, one expanding piston, driving and restoring, works at the other. Between the two ore a pair of ordinary steam cylinders, 1 and a circu lating pump, and the whole is mounted on a solid rectangular box of cast iron, forming at once the bed-plate, cooler, and air"vessel." Inside the cooler, is a coot of small brass; tubes fixed in end plates after-the manner of tubas in an ordinary surface condenser, the pooling water being pumped thr...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Memos of a Flying Trip to Goorangoola. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Memos of a Flying Trip to Goorangoola. [BY SCRUTINEER.] HAVING occasion to visit Goorangoola, on the 25th ultimo the polling day for the electorate of Patrick's I be thought me that I would scrape together a few notes by the ~aj, for your widly circulating and justly popular journal (mors especially-so after your able and intelligent leader' in last Saturday's issue), and annexed are the results:-— : '. MoVht PiiEAsAsTPnt?ioSchool — This expensive monument of nn ignorant Government (I am told the building cost £800) and an everlasting beacon toillus trate theapathy and Billy-go-easyism of tho inhabitants tboreabouts, is erected a few hundred yards from the right bank if' Glehnie's Creek, end about one mile distant from' Bridgmnn home stead. The building is a substantial and ornamental structure, replete with every.convenience, and presents an im posing appearance to the passer-by. But it baffles my comprehension why , such an elaborate structure should be erected in such an isolated...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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The Poet's Corner. IN MEMORIAM. REDMOND BARRY-DIED NOVEMBER 28RD, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

The Poet's Corner. IN MEMORIAM. REDMOND BARRY-DIED NOVEMBER 28RD, 1880. "Melbourne Punch." SIR REDMOND dead: We scarce can deem It true That he whom all men loved, whom all men know, Whom all men cherished for his kindly heart Who seemed of Melbourne's very self a part— It gose for ever.-"Aaonr weeping gaze ' Loots Badly back through Mem'ry'g misty hia,,.: We see that In tbe story of oar land .Ho over sent a great and willing hand, '7 Jadgo-foholatvrffentleman—.nay moro—a Man! ?'. His overy act since pnbllo lite began .. ?-. ? I -Was tnxd from any taint of greed for pelf, And all nnsolled with any lovo of self; If he bad faults'twaa but his honest real At all Unas- to promote hia country'! weal. 7, Whenever, Tin a good and noble ennee,. Ileal work waa needed, there Sir Redmond waa ;' Nor timo nor tronhlo was ill-spent he deemed '?'-. If butfor Melbourne's good the object seemed. Ki?d heart and bnsy hands their! functions cesn, And all lips mnrmur, "Maj ho rest In peace." ' _"Melbour...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Laycock and Hanlan. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Laycock and Hanlan. Echo. AS an old friend of Laycock, writes "Charon," I would ask your indulgence in bringing more prominently before the public some few circumstances which may prove interesting, and perhaps, at the same time, mako him n little ,better understood. Ho is an intelligent, well educated iman, of a naturally reserved and taciturn disposition, with a peon-, liarly blunt and independent manner; and, although be has little love for public applause and acclamation, ho hasn due appreciation af the value of a good name ; hence his quiet departure, according to his own iden—" I havonot had the con fidence of the Sydney public, through no fault of my own, and why should they have mine ?" From the date of Hanlnn scoring tho well-known victory over Elliott, tbe champion of England,; Lay cock had an intense desire to visit Eng land and America, and measure blades with their champions. After reading a minute description in The Field of the form shown by the English and Ameri can ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Larrikin Outrage [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Another Larrikin Outrage E. News. ON Sunday night, at about a quarter to 11 o'clock, a most dastardly garrotting outrage was committed by a number of larrikins on a respectable unoffending man working at Board's, butcher, of Erskine-street, Sydney. It appears he was turning tho corner 'of : King and Sussex streets, when he Was BBked the time. On pulling out his watch, ! he re ceived a severe blow on the back.of his neck, was caught by the throat, and two more of the scoundrels gave him a heavy blows in the face. Having knocked the poor fellow down, they kicked him, breaking four of his ribs. He now lies, in a precarious condition at Mr. Sdnrd's, Erskine-street. Information has been' given to the police.—

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INGRATITUDE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

INGRATITUDE. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) J. A. K. SIR,— Hospitality is regarded as so sacred a rite not only by the people of Mesopotamia hut by all the inhabitants of earth, civilized and uncivilized, that he was refuses to form whei) occasion .requires; the duties of grandmaster of its ceremonies is,deservedly. as a Nabal whose,door (as ivell as hi? heart) M clb?ed against the chilcl : of: nilsfortuae; :NoW,I guess that the man being a wayfarer . who-jiftsyour latch;:a.nd"iB asked toicomb in- tako his seat ityourVtab'leimuat have his., 'susceptibilities," touching ..tho sacratnent.bf gratitude, Iteenly. awakened. ''His criipty Btomaohlins b?jn,rilled;withoritfoe ori reward,. and hia.-woaried limbsrestcd, as Woll'a's those' of his horse.;' Aid, of.kind- ; ncsa arid goodwill have' been poured Jirito his; charmed oar in ; a strange and unfrcqiiented locality.7. Hut; what if this riian, liko;'n'iibth"er ; Mephibosheth possesses-an 'evil spirit,' and: denies all the good- t...

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MR. BURNETT IN EXPLANATION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

MR. BURNETT IN EXPLANATION. (To the Editor of the Singleton Argus.) I remain, yours truly, W. BURNETT. 1st Dec., 1880. DEAR SIR,—In reply to your request in your notes of this morning's paper. I have much pleasure in assuring you that my remarks were not intended to apply to your pnpiir as being hnri}pbrcd, !: but lli/it tlifr'Prrss7 ? 'in pea'ornT, namely,' the Becmng'tifiKii- *h<s Daily, Telegraph, -,-F.i eeimn's- JOi]rhal.\ ;and ; Protestant Standard, .h'avp. beeri prn?eci!fed. i'or libel and miilctud in dafniigea frtr eXercln ingtiieir British liberty-; 1 therefore, my re-' ,-markfl could not apply toyo'ur paj.erv asl havo notioed7you. have shown yourself, roopt. .unbiassed and all,your and cbiDmciits on tiie proceedfugVot Ihe lite l olcctiori,''''ririd i .'am , -.Jnfohri'c'd' : by''thO!ie"';iWriO' : were present at various meetih&s'tyhich;i'did .noLnyp.ndj.-.that the reports published ;by ; were almost yerbatim, ailil.there- ( ; fordUhoroughlyfolitttte, :1 co...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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AN APRIL-FOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

AN APRIL-FOOL. New York Ledger. On the very last April-Fools' Day that ever was there was another laugh on Corn hill, near the old corner of Franklin Avenue. Last year that fun-loving porter —factotum and Mao-Friday at half ;a dozen printing offloes—-Lawrence Busaell, ."?.;'. placed a .66 lb. weight (iron) upon the'; curb-stone, and nicely sot over it an old;; hat—? well-worn, really ?'shocking''hat—X of tbe stove-pipe order. "Who can resist:' the temptation to kick an old hat, especi: ; ally when the opportunity is bo fair? At" all events, very many gave in .td.-they delusive temptation to kick that hat, and;, the result can be imagined-T-and perhapSi some of you can imagine the euiphatio remarks dropped onthe. odcaaibn by tho's's who were co unfortunate as to have thinj - boots and tender toes. , ?': Among the kickers of .last yearpas Torn:: Appleby—neat,; precise, gtntetl, and ex- ; quiaitd Tom—a v typo,' and yet a mani -y capable of using language, upon occasion, . not proper to...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
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"SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT, LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4TH, 1880. The New Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

"SWORN TO NO MASTER, OF NO SECT AM I." "BE JUST AND FEAR NOT, LET ALL THE ENDS THOU AIM'ST AT BE THY COUNTRY'S, THY GOD'S, AND TRUTH'S The Singleton Argus. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4TH, 1880. The New Assembly. THE elections are all over. The country has gone through the work of appointing a new set of rulers, and once more, relapses into its former passive ft f iistate. Tho electors have made [ thoir |i t ? choice, hesitatingly enough in somo in. J* '/itencep;,! and tho .chosen bnea iiiiakp .{J p ,roMdy!ibr work, tho cboosora' fi (, Iwfttchi 'After -tho lessons of such, rt o Ol * general election ,08'tho la?t lit 5 will be ? " ~'Mlotti ! Bay that the electors pare nothing' £ JJ I'nbontth'e progres? of legislation. Many jj. r .Lave learned to .their cost .that a very ,'t i! ? oyo , is--kept upon! 'their *? fl "movements, 1 and that their utterances J V ','nro listoned. to.",' The' now ft ~ .Hqu?et—tho largest,that haa hitherto <>; t i been 'entrusted with!" tbo destinies; of ...

Publication Title: Singleton Argus
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Monthly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Monthly Calendar. <h(??-.;; -:';?: December. - Xt nS^V%(s' Beans, Cneum-' %s}&*i&'- -7'??:? bcrs, Vegetable Marrows,: Ac.,? should,. ho gathered immediatejylthey.nj-o fit|for v.cc,., |7 I'T 1 :! whetbef'they'are required or not, for 'if left 7g : i<ifiM> r 'i ? oh,'the plants will "soon cease to bear. How -?Ijrsi?j47OobbagO and' Cauliflower seed—great difll -7-nfi-'7i7-;;prilty,|wiH ? be/experienced:in getting It to '7 "7:7. grow at this'soasori—bow in, a ahndy place.. y >_6w "French "Beans,.' Mustard, Cress, &c.. S?4w!t?7'Mannrfl; ; and 'dig ?'? ground' as - tho' crops' 7;';<rii: no to be in readiness for tho first ; 7 7 - ; Bhower. Allow no ground to be, occupied-' ?'?';-iy vvlthajjumps, weeds, and rubbish, to harbour. V; vbrrhinl and disease. ,', .. '77,', V "i? yrinuU^Flower- Gnrden'.-fAti tho gross lr.wns aro.! !?'?;' 7' ; the chief attr&otihnj'core should be taken to 7 i ( ,?v.:,i7keep ; i'them closqly... n...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Correspondence. All letters must be signed by the authors We object to libels. personalities, abuse and inane [?]. Paper will he supplied to those who cannot afford to [?] one of side 'ishect. Our columns are open to .fill, biit: ? are not responsiblefor our correspondents' opinions.

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Ink Spills. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Ink Spills. TWO advertisements in this day's Argus show that two gentlemen in Singleton have £9000 to lend. Be ides this, we bear that the Building Society has more money tUah itcan find investments for. ? The Bank's,' too,, have reduced, tlieir rates of inter at. Thus it is plain money ,is more plontiful, 'than it has been for years, and what,does ,-thatfaot BuggeBt? ; Apply it to Singleton?/ for instance. ,Sco how .doll and stagnant ? business everywhere eaema.to bo, and .try to' .Imagine. ..what "a change could ' booh ,;be: wrought by the establishment of some.of those local.lnclustrics for which it Is; so well, fitted.-: The investment in this 'why of a few '?' thousands of the/surplus capital now: laid up ,in bunks and money chests, would put nyery. 'different aspect on the faco of commercial .affairs in n ?fow months. : : :, TuEEoyal Hotel is a queer placo!for any hut n bold thief to go to for cash, 1 but? we hear thut soma fellow 'was'successful in < abstracting'j£...

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Scissors Snips. (From all sorts of places.) [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Scissors Snips. (From all sorts of places.) AN erstwhile London pickpocket, Wm. Hill, received a sentence Of three months from the City Court Bench, for plying his illegal trade at the funeral of the jateMr.rJustice';Barry;. ; .'7 '-. 7^ A lady in Melbourne lately lost £429 in an omi\ibns,,it being the amount of the policy on hep husband's life. Sho baa boon compelled tofile her schedule on aqcountiof.her iosfli'v Tuhi, the Maori, Who was arrested for the murder of Miss Brodio, his con fosaedhis guilt, and Standard has been disohurged; V.7..7V 77 --7.777! -dn.e of the most remarkably features in connection with the general, election, is the return of Mr. William Forster for Gundagai..;;'With'VMri; ;F,6r?ter oa the 'Opposition' behgfiea.ahd $|r Henry in power, the proooeding?:;of'tho next Parliament; promiso to bo highly in teresting. ' : - " ! '?';? : vv..7 : "-"V ? Whea all returnsfrom"'dandagal were in, they gaive-Mr : Forster ? majority of 800 over V ih "?J ?'? The Sydney Givio e...

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Fatal Accidents on the Extension Line. [Newspaper Article] — Singleton Argus — 4 December 1880

Fatal Accidents on the Exten sion Line. ON Monday evening (22nd) about 7 o'clock the day gang, at cutting 98, on the line of extension, knocked off work, and the night gang took their places. Almost immediately after a; loud ex plosion wa?' heard, and a rush of men towards the scene of it took place. It was then found that from-some unknown, reason a cbargo of' dynamite hod ex ploded, shifting an enormous piece of rook, and spreading' death and serious injuries around. One man, by hamo David Co'nlon, was blown several feet into the air and dashed again?t the surrounding rocks. When' he alighted on; the ground the skull in front was found to.be completely carried nway and tho brain injured, One foot was also brokpu and somo fingers; blofrn away. Death was; almost immediate. Another-man who was standing beside [ deceased bod a most wondorfol escope; I a large piece of stone was embedded in his skull pobitid the oar, and one of his arms almost Boverod across. He was also otherwise brui...

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