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DANGER IN PUBLIC DRINKING CUPS. PRECAUTIONS IN SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

DANGER IN PUBLIC DBINRIfK OTTPB. PRECAUTIONS IN SCHOOLS In the mivlicnl report submitted to ;fco Bcpartmwit of Public Instruction, D 11)10, appears the following remark* -"The school drinking oup mint nl .ays be a source of infection in dipli-' slieria, measles, scarlet fever, miimpn, »nd so on. The safeitv war would Ix to taacb Ibo children to 0)1 tbe iunfl to the brim and drink with both lip* .uide, the edge of the cup prossing ?gainst tbo outside of the lip. Drink jig froiu tbe Up con be preventod by baring an inverted ineUl bell about Sin. in diameter, slightly lower than the end of tbe tap. . Since tbu re port, Or. Roth invented a device that Is employed in the Fort-street achool, ind which it said to be very effective. In America, up fewer than 22 Btntei bare abolished toe ptiblio drinking crp by law. The perils of the ordinary cup were demonstrated by experiment* made in the Chicago Board of Health laboratories. Guinea pig* vera hratei* with material faken from tbe rims ol pu...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOMELY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

I £. HOMELY HINTS. ) If all. dainty fingers their dutief mighb chooso, Who would wash up tho dishes aw polish tho shoes P It is hotter to do a thing wrong that not to try to do it at all. Mittens mado of hoavy oanton nan nol aro good for rough work in tin gardon, and thoy aro easilv washed. Impatient pooplo water their misor ics and hoo up thoir comforts, # Sor rows aro visitors that comot without invitation, but complaining minds seno a waggon to bring thoir troubles hora« ln^» Martha says that ono of the hard* sst things for a man to do is to con fess to nis wife that in a particuai mattor sho was right and ho was wrong, and too often tho man sido iteps tho acknowledgment. Don't let tho loro of silks and sat' .ns, scarlots and velvets put out your citchon Cro. Do suro of th« Iro, anyway, and lot tho other ;hings oomo when you can af« ford, thorn. Sco that tho boys and girls have iiiough to oat-good, plain, substan tial food. That is what thoy grow on; cnicknacks do not count. To p...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Not a Speck. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

Not a Spccjt. Tue mistress cnnio downstairs and tried the door of the sitting-room, only to fin! it locked against her, while the key, \vhu-h was usually in the loek. wns misMngr. "Bridget. T ean't sret into the par lour." she fried. ' '?'Sure. it.'< me^elf knows that; air ye won't, fur T have the kay in me pocket." '.Open tho door immediately!" "Will .ye*. 2:0 in if I do?" "Certainly I will." .'.Then you don't get that kay." "Open Mi«? door immediately. What do you mean?" w "Share it's Uy your orders. Ye said yo-ferday. "ftoivt let me come .iownsl;«'r> in the moram' an* see any dn«t oi>;he parlour furniture.' So I jnst pats 1 he knv in me pocket, an* fei.ys T, 'Then she shan't.'n

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Cohuna Water Supply Question. FURTHER PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

Cohuna Water Supply Question. FURTHER PUBLIC MEETING. A further public meeting of irri gators of the No. 1 (Cohuna) rid ing was held at Frantz's Hall yes terday afternoon for the purpose of discussing the questions to be brought before the Water Commis sion on the occasion of its proposed visit on November 19th, the prin cipal of which is that of additional boiler power at the Headworks; and also to appoint representatives to meet the Commissioners. There was a moderately large and repre sentative attendance. Mr. A. B. Reid, who was voted to the chair, read the circular sent out to the No. 1 riding irrigators, announcing that the Commissioners would be invited to visit Cohuna on the 19th November; though, by an error in the printing ofTice the date had been given as the 14th. [A reference to the clearly-written "copy" supplied by Mr. Reid shows quite plainly that the mis take was made by himself, not by tke printer.- Ed. "F.W."] Mr. Reid then gave a resume of his pre vious address, ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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His Golden Text. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

His Golden Text. A Sunday School service was held in church a few months ago, and the teacher had thought tlmt in order to make the service more impressive it would he a good plan to have «ix year old Johnnie jro to the rostrnn? r«d repeat the sroldcti text of tlu morning. Tins Johnnie eoiKcntod ti» do. The troideu text wa*. ;,l am the Invad of Jiftv' When it. rame time for Johnnie' pari of the proi>rnmmr he aro-e from his seat with ralm a>suran<*»\ ami walked holdly down 1he «i<le to the rostrum. On«*e upon the ro^tre a. with the =ea of fan's eonfnmt'n>*j him. Johnnie's i-alm a>Miram*e *ud dcnly left him. Thin*.;*; looked entiivh different from the platform, lie he sitated. standing fir-! on one foot and then on to the other, tonally. in a shaking **oiee. lie shouted : "I pin-n loaf-of hrcad.v

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

Personal. The Right Reverend Dr Langley, Anglican bishop of Beudigo, pur poses paying a pastoral visit to Co ilium on Monday, November 16th. He will conduct a confirmation ser vice at Cranmer Church in the even ing. On Sunday he wilt proceed to Guubower. The Bishop will spend the previous week-end at Koondrook. Hir Lordship is re ported to be inucli. improved in health since his recent illness, and though 78 years of age, contrives to get through a large amount of diocesan work. Mr D. W. Paterson, the erst while settler of Mead has, his many Column farming acquaintances will be interested to hear, taken lip his residence at Swan Hill, wnere he has taken a six mouths lease of 25 acres of lucerne on the Murray Flats. The marriage- is to take place on Wednesday, November 18th be tween Mr George Bain and Miss Margaret Garner, daughter of Mr John Garner, of Guubower Island, Coliuna. George is about to build a house for himself at the far-end of King Edward Street. Mr H. Stone's eldest so...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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Now He Got His Idea. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

Now He Got His Idea. O'hri-tinas wns not too far distant, ami Willie hail been making soma private investigations. At last he catechised his mother like this: '.Mamma, does Santa Clans get in fii- >Ifivrh on Christmas Eve and .In e n.-nuid to oil tl i houses nf all lh:- I'ttle hoys nnl g-'rlsf" "Yes. Yar." '"lie mn~t he pretty quick to visit nil the little hoy* ami girls in one ni'jlii." "He i-. dear." "Well. I don't believe, lie does it in that way." was Willie's next thought ful remark: "I believe he plans ahead and does some of his work before hand." "What makes von think so, Wi! iief" "Well. I-I- notice that he's jrot ill the things I asked for put away on the top of tho closet shelf already, that's all."

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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The Cohuna Co-operative Butter Factory. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

The Cohuna Co-operative Butter Factory. HAliF-VKARIA* MJiKTINO. Tlk- half-yearly meeting of share holders in the Cohluia Cohtlna Co operative liitllcr 1'actory arid Trad ing Company Limited, was held in l'nuiU's Hall on Tuesday after noon. There was a moderately good attendance. The Chairman of l)irectors( Mr W. I'arrant) pre sided. The report and balance sheet for the half year ending 31st Atlg ist were presented as follow: Directors' Report. " We have pleasure in placing be fore you the balance sheet for the half-year ending August 3.1st, 1914. The abnormally dry season has had the effect of shortening the supply, but we are nevertheless able to re port a profit of ,6163 12s lOd on the half-year's operations, and if jdl shareholders will give their sup port to the Company we are confi dent of a successful .future."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

Health and Beauty! ?(!- - & "A\' PEARS' M ? rAX: ,. Is Matchless for the Complexion. Piiiir' ' *) T ." ROBUR TEA. No. 1 Grade is Delicious Family Tea! 'IHE ROBUR TEA COMPANY. . Jas. Service & Co. BOURNVILLE COCOA s the Highest Nutritive Cocoa. Attractive Styles in NECKWEAR Most men nowadays take 'prick in the finishing touches to th#ir appearance. and a tie usually in. dicates taste and refinement according to its selec. lion. We have Every New Novelty and Design in stork, In such varices as will suit every taste. A choice assortment of All-Silk Kni.ted Qualities. COLLAR COMFORT We h*v* every 'fashionable Shape in the Best imported Makes, also a variety of the Neglige Collar so much in vogue, and similar to illustra* iton. This style, while drtssy. is the acme ^>f . comfort and utility. . Fishwick & Edwards KBUMNG. J Robt.Harper & Co's SI LVER STAR STARCH USE ONLY SEALED PACKAGES. GET ox noor> TKUMS WITH' YOUR liAXK MANAGKK. Tho«c Farmers who wo...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

HAI<ANCK SHI'HT. The balance sheet Rave the liab lilies at ,65816-2-3, including sub scribed capital, /2I90; accounts payable, /, 1149-4-3: unpreseuted cheques, .6640-1S-1; and bank over draft, ,61845-19-! 1. Tile assets include .£3:300 land buildings, plant and machinery, another consider able item being the balance on the profit and loss account. Profit and Loss Account. March 1st, 1914. Balance - . ,61347 9 1 Commissions - 335 11 5 Butter Boxes - 181 2 J Firewood - - 58 16 8 Charges and interest 102 7 0 . Repairs aud renewals 32 6 0 Wages - " 470 15 6 Stores - - 143 1" 1 Horsefeed - - 167 5 10 Freights - - . 127 18 3 £2966 12 11 Profit on Butter - £1674 15 1 Macorna Cartage - 84 li 7 Buttermilk - - 23 10 0 March 1st. 1914. Balance j61347 9 1 Less profit 163 12 10 1183 16 3 .£2966 12 11 The Chairman, iu presenting the documents, congratulated the share holders on the pleasing circum stance that the half year irad finish ed up with a credit balance. The amount was not so...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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HOW INSECTS ACQUIRE CASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

HOW INSECTS ACQUIRE CASTE. The various castes of Bueial insects bavo different appearances, but it lias been supposed that they arc alike on having the egg and develop their pecu liar ..eluirneteristics artificially through differences in feeding or the action of parasites. Seeking to learn when the different forms of termites, or white uutvbogin, Professor Buguion, of PariH, concJudt's that this theory is wrong. Among the several castes of this insect, the-soldiers aro wingless and have very trronjf mandibles, aud tho trorkere, which Hiirld and*~brhig\ food, have a riistiu.- * »nn,' but neither reproduce. I'uQ c: . k mowi as reproducers, on the other 1 »I, witfi a special development, iippenv io perform no part except per vpett>..!."»J? the species. The investiga tion mudo irUlt a number of species ..shows that 'the. Peculiarity of form ex ists iu niwItMiatched inKects, and that, tkeroforo. divisiiofl into eQstes, liko that ...of the sexes, takes place before the laVaouw'boru. ,...

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Fatal Accident at Wee Wee Rup. MAN THROWN FROM A GIG. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

Fatal Accident at Wee Wee Rup. MAX THROWN FROM A GIG. A fatal accident happened at Weeweerup on Friday, alid.resttlt ed in the sudden death of Mr. Robert McDonald. It appears that the deceased, who had been engrg ed clearing a paddock for MrWay len nt his farm cm the Gutibower Island, borrowed a gig oh Friday morning for the purpose of driving into Weeiveerup. Whilst return ing the same evening: along the road past the Gutibower. Island school, his horse, which was going at a rather quick rate, collided with a tree. McDonald wns thrown out of the cart with great violence and fell on his head. The occurrence was witnessed by Miss Margaret Nance, teacher at the adjoining school; and also by Mrs David Smith. Both ran to Mc Donald's assistance to fittdoii reach ing the spot that the upfortunate man wai apparently dead. They gave the alarm and Dr Nankivell was summoned from Cohuua. Ex amination, however, showed that McDonald had broken his neck. As the evidence to hand showed quite plain...

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THE CALL OF WIRELESS. A NEW STYLE OF ADVENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

THE CALL OF WIRELESS. .1 1 NEW ST VLB OF ADVENTURES, Tho call of the. wireless haa boon answered by thousands of young Ameri cans. They havo become pounders of the brass in merchantman and warship, and aro now riding1 the high sca», talk' jug half round the nrth. And, as in the old days of the sailing ship, when audacity was a boast aud skill a pride .-roattors to bo related and rounded but tfhorevor tfcGn of the seven seas met in fellowship and quiet-a vcri table host of now stories have entered tho world with these pounders of th« brass* "'The world hears a few of these stories remarkable for the heroism of the operator and the appalling loss, as in the case of Ecclos of the Ohio, or Binn» of tho JCepublic, or Phillips of the Titanic, liut there arc ether stories remarkable in that there was little or no loss of life* remarkable in that the quick wit and mechanical ingenuity of the operator met au unexpected crisis. Two young fellows were sent out in & towboat from a land ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

S. F.Hyde THE DECORATOR, PAINTER, PAPER HANGER Axy SIGN WRITER, iJei-ircs to notify the Vublic that lie »» now established in llcw premises in KING EDWARD STREET, COIIUNA. WALLPAPERS. Newest and most attractive designs. Sample book sent to any part of the district free. OILS and COLORS, The best quality in Paints and Varnishes. Colors and Brnshwnre. GLASS Cut to Any Size. COACH & MOTOR PAINTING A Specialty. Kou- Address: King Edward Street, Next Private Hospital. Cohuna Hairdressing Saloon. In connection with the above --^Saloon, . * WILL F. RYAN Has pleasure in announcing to his mimprous friends and patrons that he has, at great expense, installed a Second Alcock Billiard Table, Also a Gloria Light Plant to Light same, and assures them even' comfort and attention. And having acquired the whole interest in the firm of \V. F. RYAN & CO., desires the public of Cohuna District to know that he . is not connected with any other business: mid hopes, by strict at attention ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

' TARPAULINS, ELYS, HORSE- RUGS, . FLAGS, PJG NETS, WATER HAGS, - CART COVERS, VERANDAH BLINDS,. lie.-! Onalilv and Workmanship al Lowest Prices. OIL COATS and KNEE RUGS, our own make, a Specialty. LARGE STOCK MARQUEES FOR HIRE. WIUTi; ron QUOTATIONS FOR ALL KINDS OF CANVAS GOODS. - ' Mintry Orders Promptly Attended to. T. Chamberlin (Late J. HARWOOD), 1IARGREAVES ST.' (Opp. Savings Bank), BENDIGO. Furniture Sale AT MORLEY JOHNSON'S, MITCHELL STREET BENDIGO. OAK SIDEBOARD; 6ft. .. fi6 10 o NOW £u 10 o OAK DININGROOM SUITE .... 12 10 o NOW 810 o CHESTERFIELD COUCHES, 6ft . 7 10 6 NOW 410 o OAK KEDROOM SUITES 19 10" o NOW IS 10 o SO I-ID' WALNUT OVERMANTELS ; . , all Bevelled Glass, from .. . .. .. .. .... .. o rp 6 WICKER SETTEES 30/-, NOW 21/- each. FOLDING WARDROBES .. ... .. 14/6, NOW 7/1 reach; !\ ~ J "" ?' . WE PACK AND DELIVER FREE ON ALL CASH ORDERS . - DURING SALE. CARPETS - LINOLEUMS - CROCKERY GLASSWARE - " EQUALLY REDUCED. MORLEY JOHNSON'S, BENDIGO. SCHOLTEN BROS.; (Sons o...

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THE Cohuna Fanners' Weekly. Friday, Oct. 30, 1914. THE ELMORE-HEATHCOTE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

THIS Cohuna Fanners' Weekly. Friday, Oct. 30, 1911. THK RUIORK-HKATI1COTK LINE. In accordance with Hit promise Riven by the Minister of Railways recently to n deputation urg ing the construction of the .Elmore to Heatlicote line, ail officer of the department ( Mr. Beau champ) paid a visit of inspection to that district during the week, and consulted with farmers and others interested along the pro posed route. Although directly related to a distant district, the Elmore-Heatlicote line, if ever it be constructed, will be of great and permanent importance to the Column district, inasmuch as it will shorten the distance from Cohutia to Melbourne by twenty five miles. That is a valuable con sideration to a district whose future is bound up in dairying and fruit production. First, because it would considerably shorten the time of transit, and also consider ably reduce the expense. In other words, it would, commercially speaking, bring this and contiguous districts twenty-five miles near...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

TO ADVKKTISKRS. The Column "Farmers' Weekly*' 1ms n MUCH r.AKGl'R CIRCULATION »» the Colmua District than thai of all other ^listrict papers put together. %,pv for alterations to standing adver tisements must reach the office not later hat! Tuesday of cach week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

-SL'NSHINK Lucerne - Cultivator! | Reduces Labor to a-Mininirinj.; ' Gitta ?out'liractitiftlly rill' . tt"e- ? fdll, 'gt&3 tittd' Weeds, '\vitli-i out unduly dntlift£ii<£-Ole; ''?lucornc// i:i'v !. ?? Stirs'the Sbil to a 'fine tiidj. j : .... ? ! ''.'.V" i ' SUITED, I. ...' a ' $>n<r | jjptcrjais^.dfjT j '.'sijjiicfl ;(o';la.stYco^tv]i{qc. 'for; j., 'Ajiti;."i j h.Terms 4f'.re<jitif?dVVl),.;5 i! f' 11,'i '.VM'I! UMttlO'} VliS , fXtl .$<; ijd,. fqtv, de^ja-ij^ioji ,f$f . '-<!)URM;GCAIj A&KftBI'O r>ii 1 imU 'ijVbi.'-.Siioi ,?b-!H»W ?wj '.mui v;i'.'t'Yi oU .1 as: (ItJfl-.V --.wlUi S'll «.«' -.1, -i The Progressive Stores! j ,j " PYBAMiD HUiL. ''W-|; f'.Ji'i'Ol'T V'.f JOHN McKENZjE KING, <,:v! ! ,:i:-r/r -;;r ! ....... ..... j tSunol ._.)(:!...! r.V. 3r- :: ? A -.rit ' . ' j -j: j ,i. i ?/?.?' t -i .< -v!jj-.E v ......( factory''-; mot SFiqw . '. .. -; Millinery, t: i'.' >n0 rrntfi f r ...

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's Britain going utterly to the Dogs [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

's Britain going utterly ' Dr TrtaTtfold 'MintriMitM to tilt; fynii 'l t'erly .-V rttudj^/i ttrtlKcnuVvvhicU'ui'jn'ost '"? . ... .ilo, accopt.s .,ci;troi;csMOiL of. tilt? pe'6r>lo of '.l^nYibujd V»» i/ulisputablb '/net.TM ifirifi ,. f. ' iMnld (Icath'rftto doGM Aot'donVoJl&tnit'' , imptrcVejneiit.ih our;.inhorcnfc*fit>dity. j(. . ". JIo fjuotcs( from; tho .statistics of. -tho .friendly.' societies'' to' pfovo that' kick* . fioss' i:< " 'on ,''tli&i-'lin*;rMKb. . } Amoji^st tho worker# of r tlio/eouiitfy as a wholo tho amount of sickness ji, .10 per cent higher. Infant mortnlij.v '<M«roascd. Ijft'fr nut*'6f;'every { aiu praotj.enUy;,as iruiny who .uicfJi;ojn '.'imnmUirit f in lS7.o,' ' flttoU-} ,, '^hV>rreliii;r Medical 'ofiibe/ to'tlie'-JWJijd .'i.'m4 J'Muo'iitibii/tn ahoiv.ithc cstraritdiilar r; 3 '-pcrcp'pjtu^o o£0def/jctj\*c - ih'Cll. {'," , V." .' f ' [ /; 1 i8 ' idonkhT/c'onVTition':of 'thtf rte<Jp,lt? fmds Ttry di*q!irc...

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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. SHEEP AND LAMBS. Monday, October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 30 October 1914

' lIKNfMfilJ l.l'VK rffOCK M.uilvKt. " ' IIKRI' AM), LAMMS. ': ?Moniloy, Ocldhi'!' Tin* number of-stitfojr that cam^ for4 vard f<»r sul^lorday was a. Jitllo. thnif h«' pntVimis* S?uj/ph\ trtlalb'd-'lTM.'!Hd+ «rio.u.l ?J'illji Tlmrp;fwas-ii fti? lnmiprr »f .U'ad<: sheep,. <»f. wjiicli.. ormi'if iho' l.i!\irr»r^f*r»Vp. tb^.^Mlk1 ranging ibunt usofidM juVmI. »1<i»:H5*s Thf^liAtial onai ami . itutfj\lii(,hu!<'Ji<>rs: \\vrd, opuraU ntf' lofri'tlj-T with IJic Mdbotinh', froMzot tftyif*. . ' Ally" ttli&ir s4!tr in''ffid were -p.ls3fM} nfif at; Ins v<!»'J;S\ raU«.<;!mt.-(bo d/:inand..,w.i,s uji\ .>V ^frontr 'nV7.ii Dull, ootrialon.' In llio ..|5nnijitf« sates* >liy ruicHfiri 5,Ucj iujwI c:i;fr;r. ftmuIODP'r f$ rjn<? .o^tbftlmarictvwasu«uirhJlo\«i?-Uini} iu>r., yyTCKr, and, oonljn^cLS'^'tbJOJjKUoul . Moslnjr 'wrak'. The of; \vritfin ;i ^£rrt6d-^iltonn«ini'>,:,ttcc&amp...

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