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A SMART GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

A SMART GOWN. This smart gown shows the latest .peg top outline in its -most attractive guise. The ninon tunic in bright dark blue: is worn with a fold sash of black satin, which shows a big rbow at the 'back. The satin underdress £s in' carnation red. A tiny. sequin border outlines the tunic.

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A "QUICK CHANGE" FROCK. TWO POSSIBLE MATERIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

A " QUICK" CHANGE " FROCK. TWO POSSIBLE. MATERIALS. No one would dream that the pretty draped fichu concealed anything so even ingified as the decollete neck, would they? Nor that two minutes would suffice to transforni the gown either way. -There are two materials which could be used to carry out this scheme very hap pily and inexpensively--cotton voile and Liberty muslin. The former will give the better wear, as cotton voile does not brush ,or.soil easily, and with an occasional press ing the frock could be worn right through. the summer without a visit to the 2aun-' dress. Cotton voiles are made4ni delicate shade, -pale grey, rose pink, sky, blue and cinna i4on br?vWn, with dainty floral and gea metreical designs.& Ic S&X 'a of r aterif ( which i 0 :ichcs . ide)wguid: uffice,. witll 2 yardis ff srt or- irreerised hawn :0r: the fit?6irt anrd' ·t yard -of idsice r?itbon: fo the tohied' heilt'i:hd. bost . " TFH :EVENIG DPRESS. One y3rad -of scallopled gtiipinre,- and...

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GIRL'S BALKAN COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

.GIRL'S BALKAN COAT. This pattern is one of an outfit of nin'e tested patterns-"School Girl Outfit," No. 25-cut by one of the' most experienced dressmakers in Australia. The complete outfit sells at 2/6, but the single pattern shown above may be bought separately for 9d. Leading drapers everywhere stock. "Everylady's Journal" outfitsi or single pattterns. If utiobtainable locally, send 9d. inx'tamps for'dingle pattern shown above, or '2/6 if complete outfit is required.' Ad dres. 'Department "L," Swanstonistreet, Melbourne. Local, drapers will supply free catalogue of pattern designs, or one will be sent by post.

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INDIAN TURF SENSATION. SHINING WAY OR OREPESA. UNACCOUNTABLE MIX-UP OF MR. GALSTAUN'S HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

INDIAN TURF SENSATION. SHINING WAY OR OREPESA.. UNAOCOUNTABLE MIX-UP OF MR. GALSTAUN'S HORSES. The most sensational episode that- has ever occurred on the Indian turf was brought to light just before the mail left. In Calcutta, not only in sporting circles, but also in every business house, the inci dent was the chief topic of conversation. "How was it possible to make such a mis take?". "Who is to blame?" Ithese are the questions asked on all sides. - And this is the sensation that has evoked them:--Mr. G-alstaun bought two horses when in)ufg land, Shining Way and Orepesa. Only one, the so-called Shining Way, has- been run in the Calcutta races since their ar rival, and.it now transpires that the real Orepesa has been running as Shining Way, and the real Shining Way, Mr. Galstaun's cup candidate, has been running as Ore pesa! Shining Way,. who, it is now asserted, is Orepesa, took part in the December Plate. seven furlongs, on 6th December, and ran second to Keerit, giving the latt...

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TASMANIAN NOTES. HOBART, 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

TASMANIAt 0TES. By KHELENA. IHOIART; .`rd haricy Tihere are fgood any antalaii" iespe ing given .just now. Miss I ?l sat was.hostess at :f very successful? one:, on' - Wednesday evening i.,at` her -. oWna'-ome. Everything 'was- very "well -managedi` and the night was ideal for dancing, :ieing c6ol, ' almost' cold,; 3yet 'tquite fine: -Aboit8-26 i guiets w ere present, aimong 'theim. t? f.ot lowing mainland v.isitor :-Lad: oaper, Mrs.: Forbes. ,Anggus, Mrs anid -the '1ses Lassels,. Mrs. O'Hara, Mrs:: Robert Simp son and Miss Simpson, Miss Olive:Gate house, Miss.1 eoland .-Riddell,: Oapt:: an4d M.rs. Dunnn, Mrs. .and: Miss FTte 'Mr.- and Mrs. "Forreeter: Aleirander. A small dance: was- given ?t Government House this evening by Lady Ellison=Mi.cart ney in her private capacity; It went o~E "very `well, as dances at Government :Hiouse always should do, for.in many ways the task of successful .entertainiig is lighter at Goivernment house than , elsewhere :For one thing, nearly all the men...

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SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

The Goveriior-?Oeiied aand<Lady Denman :itextained Mr.- Justiee- .and'Mrs. Hodges - at:liucfh0:on' on Tuesday, and Lord 1Roci 'dal.e atdinier iii' the evening. Viscount and Viscdieiteses `edlburn and, their ehildrdn :'hiave.ildft Government House for Sydney' en .route for New. Zealand., -.. - V: iscountr arid Viscountess Kelburn: with t?heir 'children, ,the:. hon.: David. Boyle ,and W;±eHon. Grizel Boyle arrived by R.M.S. ":O.twy on MoInday, and .were the guests of S. GAh??ticiene'Gii'era n arid Lady ,Deinman - i : til-Tu~aesay, ;-hehn they_ continued"their joiirney' to New Zaland, wherel· ord: Kel : burn -will''have commaid of :.M.S. - Pyra :'S.: Sir" George Reid, iPligh.Commissioner, ac ..ompanied by; hi ..sn, Mr... Douglass .Reid, left. Balblarat on Wednesday (for .Tiawalla, : where he .will be the guest 'fb~ several: days o` Aldidii~dI Brid:ges. Next month the High cohniunissioner, will.probably visit Western :Australia-. Sir: Gorge Reid- inr compliance . ;with ;an ,i...

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TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

TUOF NOTES. RIacing at Sandoiv.n Park to-day. V.R..C. ,nd V.A.T.C. general entries for ;he Antiimn meetings close next Tuesday. Last Saturday's attendances at .Geelong 4onstituted a record, despite the great heat. Mr. J. N. 3l;Artthur will leave for a trip to England and the Continent in a couple of months. Suilike was scrathlicd on Tlhursday for the Newmainrket Handlicap. and Jolly Be. gar and Silver Lad were retired from the Australian Cup. Messrs. Vnm. C. Yuille and Co. have sold the champion 14.1 pony Imperialist (Tame nund--linperious) to Mr. Julius Gore for, export to India. Abbeite. Arlington and Tmperialist, to gether with some 3001 remounts, will be sent to India on Tuesday in the steamer 1tracehus by MIr. Julius.. Gore. Already owners have got to work with the scratching pen, and on Thursday, at the Vr.A.T.C., Carnell., Sunike and River Prince were taken out of the Oakleigh Plate. All the additions and alterations to the Australian rules,, of racing made or re commended by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

A QUESTION THE ClHL... DREN SOMETIMES ASK. When' giving then, ,theirn medicine--"Is it svwet?" tiDoes it-' taste nice?" W llI like:itP" . s.uc.h like are, their cxp'anations. WAVith the new "Cbocolite 'Aperient Sqiares called There is to doubt. Children fe' always eager for them: There is now 3no1 need for you to pulit up Swith vexatious crying and temper displays when giving the children their Inmedicine. 'The Chocolate titvor- finde. favor, and'the ,mild opening- cllcets kieep them well. '. . ,'':AlI Chemists, 1/: and 2/0.: . Free Sampl?? e from ; OW;E ana Co., CIIE!MISTS5 MELDOURn E. H OORROCKSES LONGCLOTHS and MABAPt OLAMS The VERY Best that the Old Country prodices. LAES JEW ELLERYE LATEST DI;SID N$ of DROOCIIES. .iRNGS. SILVEIR-and PLATED WARIE. SPECIAL LINES of SILVER \VATCI1ES; Send 'or oir-P' ot lrec-I-flf Catalogue, wvhich !ontains over 1GO illustrate'l designs. DIRECT -SUPPLY -CO. PTY. LTD,. 243 COLLINS-ST., MELEOURNE. WHEN are operations dangerous?. Always--ther? is alwa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

GIVE HER DIAMONDS. You could give nothing vise would appreciate so much. Select the ring from our inunenue display of lovely aezigns. Ihlp.trated Catalogue and Size Card Pc t Free on Requ '-t. "Diamond RtStg Specialist" Watchmakcr and Jeweller 138, 139, 140 & 14a ELIZABETIl STREET D .6- S6 WATE R Should be drunk by all who suffer from R11eumatiBsm* GOLL N a d . AIDENT3. MELBOURNE COFFEE PALACE, 'Price of Meals: 9 Courses for One Shilling. 210 Bourke-street. Melbourmo.

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WEDDINGS. KING—WATSON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

.WEDDI-NGS. KING--WADTSON. A very pretty wedding was celebrated at Holy Trinity Church' ! Moe; on 21st inst., the contracting parties being Miss Alice Evelyn, second daaumhter of the late F. W. and Mis. Watson; of "Fernridge," Moe Swamp East, ..and M?.'r. A._ E. King, of Thorpdale; fourth sa of M6.?;rl and- Mrs. F. King, of ;Thiorpdale. The.:Churck- of Eng-. land minister from Morwellt assistcd by. Reader Backhouse, of Thorpdale,. conduct ed :the ceremony. The church was crowded to the doors.: The bride;: who was given away by heri. bikother, Mr. W. Watson, wore a :handsome gown of: cream silk, trini med 'silk lace .and silk appliiie, and also .wore the oti'hodox wreatl and veil: Misses: Emma. and Elsie :? ratson, -sisters, of the bride, and:d Miss King, only sistei of the' bridegroomin, acted as. bridesmaids. The. .formei were gowned" in c:ream. silk, trim med with ;laces and silk braid i: hile. the latter wore an emibroidered silk- net, dress, Strinmmed-: withi lace.. -They also -...

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NOTES FROM THE TRACKS. FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

NOTES FROM THE TRACKS. IFROM OUR RESIDENT OpRRESrONDEST.] FLEMINGTON. " Oni Thursday morning at head quarters the weather was fine, and the tracks were in good order. Steinbok compassed four furlongs in 54 see.. and Lundoyne went a couple of fur longs further in 1.22; while Culma. on the sand, disposed of five furlongs in 1.11'easily. and Lanceretto and Myra~m got half a mile in 56 sec. Ramnees and Fidelio used the 'sand, wcere they negotiated six furlongs in 1.26. Naxberry and Aye, Aye, Sir sprinted half a mile in 56½ see. Radnor, looking well, was sent a mile and three furlongs, and, though -not on. a time making expedition, disposed of the journey in 2.47. W olawa and Audacity galloped a mile on the tan in just under even time, and on walking away W\olaia. showed signs of lameness, which, it is sincerely to be 'hoped. is not serious. Newoberry was equal to half a mile in 58 see., w'hile Prince Bardoish and Lindean out out the same journey in 541 sec.; and Effervescence disposed o...

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A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. FIRST DAY.—SATURDAY, 24th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SA4~-. AHNNVERSAR Mt AEETIN?C FIRST DAY.-SATURDAY, 24th JA:LUARY. TRIAL STAKiES, 0C stov., with 300 added; second 60; third, 30 seos. One mile. E. SIWas' b or br Is CORADIL (Bobadil Coralie), 4y., 7.12 (allowed 10 1)b. (Lightfoot) I Gco. 31arlow's b m ETHEL BUtCKLEY, 413 . (Connell) 2 Geo.. G. Gilberts' ech g TEIDDY BEAR,. 8.7 ...................... (Lillymnan) 3 Duke Alwynne (Lamond) also started. Betting: 7 to 4 on CORADIL, 5 to I each against Ethel Buckley, and Teddy Bear, 10 to 1 Duke .Alwynne. Won ea.nny by four lengths from Ethel Bauk ley, who hdrew into the second place at. the distance, and beat Teddy,:Hear by two lengths. Duke Alwynne was a bad last. Time 1 min. 40l see. FIRST NURISEIIY HANDICAP, of 6 soes., with 300 added; second 60; third, 30 sovs. Five fur longs. iW. T. Nowlan'¢ b c VEI..LURS (Traquair,.. imp.-Chiffon), 7.6 .. ...... .. (O'Ked(e). I P. H. Morton and S. IM. Osborne's cll c COAT O' MAIL, 6.9 (allowance 6 lb) .. (Ga!legos) 2 F. G. White's chl b BAIIRBOURNE,...

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CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

CAU LFI- LD. Sir Traquair (Traquair-Dora .Gre)j is again a member of F. Foulsham's team. On Thursday morning the sand .and tan tracks were in good going order, but there was not a great 'deal doing, ana'the' wea tiler was dull and cold. Gnorroc took 1.26 for six furlonags, id Meritus (M'Grath) ran a mile and :a :fur long in 2.2: Lord Capulet was even time: n Lor six fur longs, but La Carte slipiped: over :half a mile in 53. sec. Dewberry (G. Eaton.) covered a. mile:and a furlong in 2.44, while ISea Piinee (Mi'Grath) occupied 2.35! for a mile and three furlongs. Eishon (Cameron) pleased by covering a mile in 1.491, and -five furlongs in 1.81 was Pinkerton's task, Radiator assisting. Rathlea (Cameron) was well in hand for six furlongs in 1.211, and Flamen (Came ron) was 1.22. over the same distance. The Parisian (Henderson) covered a mile and a half in 2.43_, Uki assisting over tne final mile, run in 1.483. Yarrien easily ran 'sic furlongs in 1.29; La (George spirted, and W1estport ra...

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CAMPERDOWN RACES. Monday, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

CAMPEMP OWNa F hADES. AMonday, ltrh January. (?': `. TRIAL STAKES, of e50, second,: £10. H Weitgh for a',. . Six ftn-logs. : ll. O'Meara's cli g EL1IR.1 SIENE (15imbiastir -Jet), 6y., 8.12 .. .. (G.; llarrisoi: R . A. D. Hood's 1'WEEDSIIIE, 8.3 (A. iAbbott): WV. Moffatt's MISS JUNE, 8.11 (U3. Leonard) - Bullarook, 6.12 (W. V. Burn); .Niat Kirk, 8.IC12' (P. Perrett); Ornate, 8:9 (inc. 3 lb. all.) (S. A. Bence); Tour Exeter, 8.12 (W. -Du-mfoi'd),: Sports Girl, 8.11 (P. Lowrey); Cu.lgee, - S.3; Olympic, 8.3 (S. G. Thomas); 'amubigtal, 8.:G3 t. Rogers); M3neene, 8.3, also started. Betting: 6 to 4 against Tweedside, 5 to I eA?ci:: EXIBRASENE, 'Sports Girl and Nat Kirak, 71 to 1 each Mils June and Ornate, 10 to 1 others. Won by half a length, a length between se cond and third. Time, 1 min. 171 ec. :: HURDLE RACE, of .80; second, 010; third,: £5. ' Two miles. E. Manifold's b im AUTU.LNA (The harvester ...- -_Saga), 5y., 9.7 ...... (W. V. Buirn) 1 G. J. Officer's b g RICOCHET, 9.5 . .........

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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. Monday, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

WILLIAMSTOWN ~ACES. Monday, 20th January. 1HURDLE RACE, of 100 sovs.; second, 15; third, 5 so's. Two miles. J. and R. Chirnside's b g FIANClI (Fighting Furley-Floriana), 6y., 9.7 .... (F. Burn) 1 F. I~orrest's br g CO3MMONWIEALTH, 5y., 9.7 .......... . Ca(H. irns) 2 J. O'Dwyer's br g M'ALPIN, Gy., 11.7 .. . (J. Kelly) 3 Domus, a., 11.1 (J. P. Edwards);' Poomah, 5y., 10.9 (R. Roops); Avoca, a., 10.0 (II. Morgan); Lucy Ban', ?y., 9.7 (T. Woods), and lildecr, 5y., 9.0 (J. N. MI'Gregor), also started. Betting: 7 to 4 against M'Alpin, 3 to 1 Com monwealth, 5 to 1 FLINCI, 10 to 1 Domus, 12 to 1 Lucy Barr, 15 to 1 Poomah. Won by a neck; half a length between second and third; Domuus was fourth, Kildeer fifth and Lucy Barr last. Time, 3 min. 51;! sec. MAIDEON PLATE, of 100 sors.; second, 15; thiid, 5 sor's. Five furlongs. S. Miller's br c IAHEIIEN (Mousquefon. - Aorewa), 2y., 6.12.... .... (G. Stanmore) 1 P. Mitchell's br g PERNICK1ETY, 3y., 8.3 ... ................... . Barker) 2 'T. Nunan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

DNATURALINE. ,'HIY have grey hair, making you look old, when you can have it restored, naturally, quickly and etfletively? It is splendid for beard and nmoustaehe. Guaranteed to be perfectly harmless, and does not wash off. All'colors. PRICE, 50G, postage Victoria, 613; other States, 6/8. CONSULT E.. HOLLAND, EL.si Specialist, 195'COLLINS-ST., MELBOURNE. WEDDING RINGS Years of experience in manufacturing Wed ding Rings and Keepers has brought our Rings to perfection, as regards shape, weight, width, and quality. We have the largest Stock In Austraiia. and can supply you with a ring of almost any width or thickness desired at a moment's notice. Every ring is made from one solid piece of gold. If you are interested, we will be pleased to for ward you a copy of our large ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE and a Finger Measure, by return mail, post free on receipt of your address. Our Catalogue is the largest and most com plete Jewellery Catalogue issued In Australia. and contains over 1400 lilustra...

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TASMANIAN TURF CLUB RACES. First Day.—Wednesday, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

STAISA\TANIAN TUR- CLUB'-RACES. 1 first Day.-W?'ediesday, 28th Janual?., TRIAL. IIANDIOAP. Seven furlongs. J.':.- Field's hr or bk f CHIRIFEROUS (Chiron -: riferon:), 3y., 8.9 .... (Campbell) 1 'W Sullii'an's ch h MOUNTAIN 011IEF, 5y., 8.6 "......... ...........(Stevens) :2 E. G. Reoiiuld's b f QUEEN OF MY HOME, - 7.- .. .. . . .. .. .. . . (Dixon)- 8 Sixteen started. \Won by a neck. -Time,- 1 <rin.- 31::-5th see. Dividends, 27/ and) 12/. CORAL LINN STAKES. For two-year-olds.' Six furlongs. 001100, .8.0 ....... .... .. (R. Lewis) .1 TUTICORIN, 8.0 , .... ... .. (Turner) 2 POSILLIPO, .. (.King)- 3 Eight started; 'WIon by a length and a half. Dividends, 2(i and 3/. . LAUNCES'rON CUP, of 500 sovs; first,.400; second, 60, third, 40 sors. One mile and a half. . A. P. A. O'Connor's b g ilUGLA (Uoil-Dena), 5y., 7.12 (cd. 7,13) ........ ;. (King) 1 I.i. J. Brock's ch: g LAWRENNY, a., 80 .. (Cody) 2 D. . ? eod's i im DELIPHIC,G Sy. 7.11 .. .. ................... .... (Minter) 3 Tr...

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FASHIONS. A BRIDAL GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

F AHIONS..... A BRIDAL GOWN. Perhaps one of: the most notable changes of the. momentjis the fashion ,of adjusting. theRveil. This is seldom now 'worn -.over the face,. a mob cap arrangement being nc counted. preferable,, and the wreath takes either, the form of a chaplet or coronal of orange blossoms. White heather is .frequently introduced into .the wreath, and one representative: bride lately elected to discard. the, ~ptdar bridal. emblem altogether, and substitute 1' chaplet of laurel leaves. With regard to the veil itself, fancy hovers with equal favor over a plain tiulle veil, the deep hem run with a fine filoselle silk thIread, anid lace, either of the- Brfpsels: or Luxeuil order. If a lace veil is. ivorn' it is often an heirloom, either given or lent for the auspicious occasion. Panlier draperies are in conspicuous re quest 'with bride's gowns, thesel being cleverly manocuvred in one with the trdin.. A. gown made in this style is not very expensive, as the skirt takes very. l...

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WATTLE DAY LEAGUE RECEPTION IN LONDON. LONDON, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

WATTLE DAY LEAGUE RECEPTION IN LONDON. LONDON, 27th January. There was a large gathering at a recep tion given at the Hotel Metropole yester day by the London Wattle Day League. Among those present were Lord and Lady Emmott, Sir Hartmann Just (Assis tant Under Secretary of State for the Colonies), Captain Collins (Secretary to the Commonwealth in London), Mr. T. Mackenzie (High Commissioner for New Zealand), Mr. P. M'Bride (Agent-General for Victoria), and Mrs. M'Bride, Sir John M'Call (Agent-General for Tasmania), and I~dy M'Call, and 'Mr. A. A. .Kirkpatrick (Agent-General for South Australia) and Mrs. Kirkpatrick. In a speech dealing with Australian af fairs, Sir John M'Call paid a tribute to the great services which the late Lord Strathcona had rendered the Empire, and expressed regret at the absence of Sir George Reid. A programme of patriotic songs and re citations was rendered by Australian per formners. REFERENCOE IN NEWSPAPERS. Leading articees dealing with the objects of th...

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MINING MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

N faing' run its vicioit- co'ire over some ,four .months, done much damage to dthe gold mining ifidustry in the district, anid .kept.:some. . 150 men out of .employ minent;: the ill-starred Beaufort. strike has come to an end; The early days 'of the struggle on the part of extremists, to pre vent the. mines, being, worked were marked by a...violent:outbreak, which, only:by the greatest: good- fortune, ifailed. to end Rnm .a tragedy:-- Shareholders: have.. lost, and . the mind erhave lost-the latter to tbe tune of= about £6000..-. Nobody: has apparently. gained anything, excepting that it has been proved once again that.the- men themselves are' far more likely to obtain :improve ments .in, the conditions of their: labor. and in_ pay-by employing reasonable :and :legiti mate means than by recourse to displays of brute :force. ' This. lesson; should by. this timie:have been impressed..upon the intelli gence: of :the :leaders of the miners' associ ation.- The. unionist miners.have final...

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