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FOOTBALL. KANGAROO GRD. V. DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

?.------. -; - .d|1 _ mm FOOTBALL. KANGAROO ORD. V. DIAMOND CREEK. The return match between the above clubs' was played in Mr. Crowe's paddock, Kangaroo Ground, on Satur day afternoon last. The groundhad only beon marked out that morning by a nulnber of murablrs of the club, sad it will be a great imprdvement when the lumps on it are removed, which make it bad for bouncing the hall and kickiing. The ganme, with the exeeptios of t'hi first quarter, was too ont-sided, from an oalookes's poist of view, to be exciting, and it eventually resulted in an easy win for the home team. The visites wore three or four menl short and they made .up the number with soae of locals who were not picked to play. Jack Kennedy led the local' and Frank Ednmands did likewise for the visitor,. Mr. Joe Spry perfornmet the daties of Sfold umapire,, while Messrs. 1L Wadeson and W. -P: Parker acted as goal Unmpires and Mr. Alex. White as titekeeper. At the bou.aes the visitors starterd; briskly sad, were the fi...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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AN ISLAND OF AMAZONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

AN ISLAND OF AMAZONS. Any man who wants to boa king of a cannibal island, and to rule over 2t)00 dusky subjects, has only to gj out to the St. John'sgroupof islands in the Southern Pacific, and to offer his hand and heart to the Queen. Her name is Pies Waar. 'The Queen is looking for a husband. and she is not ovor-particular about liis qualificatlors. The reason thatshe is not married is that there is no man among her subjocts, H. are all women. These a~toniehiog facts have just been related by the captain and crewof thie American ship Bonanza which arrivel recently atSan Francisco. The Bonanza w~a blown out of her course, and put into the St. John's group of islands for water. They are near the Soloman Islands. The ehip was invaded by a horde of dusky beauties, who swarmed over the sides and began to select husbands from among the crew. But for the prompt measures of Captain BerU. man, in dismissing the women and pro* hibiting any man from leaving the ship, his entire crew would ha...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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VESSEL SUNK BY A WHALE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

VESSEL SUNK BY A WHALE. Why whaaneeshuuld follow?vsseeleeaseascme. what of a my)tory, but. i all probability they cunoiler tlse veeoel a companion of lolne sorC, T'he cloue proximity of uch large ainims Is to aIlsll Lug ti a iu poals ible dIlanger I yet fItallllle are rre, and fw ire known wherie tIhe whale hi. ealt leIn attIackedl. 'IThe terrible Inclde t l the l?ne Ilil perIsrJ the naly onse. lhire the whaet wees tun down by the ebits, Ithe ohooh Ifrom l s csntar t Ih lollll lllen .e t l I throw the csew t ,? the dek ?sit .lssua?L to dient lthe ereert. 'Ik'e whalle swanm in aid i ts ew mlment oilter Ith" luk"outl ?elld o 1s t that it waees s lmlln otllllr t for tlh .l Inlrs. ine by eInvenl g, tshe . powerfeul a tlluw that her how won nrsehedt it, and it tte eseso el 1 to tthe hiss tl t n a n * tits 'set,, halstg her terw its bunt 7'0U moIles Irull b Ih cie ut of ?lnllli th Alres t+il.. llI I is,11u1,' I I, llIt'H IlIIt 'ls ' slfIr tny thenat . I b 1..',. In. flake 14 14.1 Ow r 11 ...

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A TERRIBLE DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

A TERRIBLE DUEL. The most terrible duel ever fought in Peril wu the one between Colouel I--- , an old Ineapartiste oecer. and M. de ----, of the Bards du ('cc- --- -·- .-- ·· se ae to lave their right arms free, were armed with slort knives, placed n a bhackney coreo. and drives at a tearing gallop round the Ilaoe de la Coemrde. They were taken out of the ooabh dend. The celonel had eighteen etalhe the youth ionly four. hut owe of these had pierced his heart, Mr. I'emberte? -lruod, who descrihoe this duel it the " Corebill Mare. ilee," tells of neother, almost equally terrible, test of reeraee. Captoiu Stewart, a eoottish o ar quartered it Jarmsice havilr bhad the miufeetu.o to kilt a brutber feer It a ducl, had resolved eeverto fight alotller, nd reluaend Il,,, crtel of a noted C?i ole du welist. The letter, howeyer, n InsulLud lrwuart that a romeeting ceultd u longer he scolded. Stewart .tipulated that theoy should steed In an ope grave deep enugh lo hold Lbthen both. .d the?, tak...

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DETERMINED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

DETERMINED SUICIDE. An orchardist named Heinrich   August Carl Wiese, who possessed a holding in High-street, Templestowe, committed suicide last Monday m0rn- ing. On Sunday night he stayed at his parents' residence, and went to bed in the same room as his brother. Un- observed by the household he left before daylight the next morning, and some hours later was found hanging by his neck to a rafter in the stable at his own residence, a mile distant. There were indications that he had first tried to drown himself in a comparatively shallow waterhole. His clothes were wet through when he was found. He had procured a piece of wire, which he fastened to a rafter, and then mount- ing a box, he placed a noose around his neck, and kicked the box from under him. He died of strangulation. He recently bought an orchard from Mr. Michael Cassidy, and worried a good deal about the investment. He had on several occasions of late seemed strange in manner. Constable Murphy, of the Heide...

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Between Two Loves CHAPTER XXII DIED OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

.Between Two Loves Cl-IA lPl'ER XXII DIED OF LOVE. .From that time Daisy's desire to anonw the truth heciause Irresistib'l- didh. her husohand lire her with real love or not? Trule, as Mrs. De Grey said, there were many kinds of love, ma:ny •cways of showing It. Some were demon tstivate, -others were not; but surely all love must have a soul in it. Wans there nanysoul in the.grent, kindly affection that-her husband showed to her? She '.sut one day. in, the pretty, vine-wreathtle stilntme-lhotise. thinking it over-.trying to dedcide for herself whethesr he love-I her or not. Sie could remember how :often, when she spoke to him sudlldeilhly, he looked':at her with dazedl, dleamy eyes; al though he had forgotten even ther existence, and was suddenly remind ed of .it; .how often the sound of her voice sneemed:to recall thim. from.elould Innd.t ' IHe: eent quite the half of his life in thouvghts,' and dreams, and me S mories, In.which sihe had no share. S.One, day sle ivan readiing to hi...

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CENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

GENERAL INFORMATION. Tenants occupy 21,000,000 acres of England, owners 3,700,000. In Scotland owners occupy but (104,000 acres against 4,250,000 occupied by tenants. -I--· It is asserted that if new tinware is rubbed with fresh lard and thoroughly heated in the oven bo fore it is used it will never rust afterwards, no matter how much it is put in water. -I The workmen of Germany are not the greatest European beer drinkers. 'heir average consumption per day is two quarts per head, while in Eng land the averag? among the same class is slightly larger. The English language is taught in the public schools of Japan. In the commercial cities the Japanese youths are eager to hlarn English deemsing it an essential qualification to secure position and attain wealth. lTasmania's climate is the most temperate and regular that can be found. The air is ipure, clear, nurd full of the exquisite Iwerfulno of the abundant eucalyptus, whose exhal ations in addition to their agreeable qualities, seem...

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They Touch the Liner [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

ffJ h 011c1 flrt g9ne When yo anro cumlliunled anel bilious, and voen food does ucc pcupcrly digest, your lver Is Inactive nodl ncud. n rucccedy thot cauoo hlie bIle. to flow. iiuchi a recmedly Is Lr, Morhl eos Indlan Hood I'Ille "lThy touchitheI Ilvoer,r allo' lin lhireetiorclnn endI ellatlull of feue , itl Morse'd , l Itliso ltot PIlls are ci Seunclcligia'rmly, lrivling nil lmuieccetres out of l110e yulenis, llhny Arca it creceeuaent andi posulhlcocure rice hlliicicne~s, I ceIgistliin Constipatoilne, ilcadlnole., Is llow iluieeileleziec ,Imes ancii I llceciy l'couclcce, I'lIes, I'liecyles, Iltlie s1ec IlltolocesscUdl for IVimnlu Alllccvts, I'unakld IlI nmlclcor bulileso, llth lheu full atme bluew Ilcuretie. AOOil'T NO NUIIBTlLTUTLII. At Prior Park, Heidelberg, the pro. party, of Mr. Frederick Winmpole, of the George Hotel,- St. Kilda, on Sun day afternoon last, smoke was observed issuing from a hay stack, and ulti itately flmnes burst out. The Preston, Northcote, and Melbourne fir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

Iniproved Patent o MILK CANS, "` Kerr's Patent SSTRlNER. AND BUCKET Obtainable only at CHANDLER'S, IRONMONGERS, ,247-9 Brunswick-street. FITZRIOY. The linprovement on our KANGAROO BItANi) ItAl\V\Y A 11 LK (OAN C1uoi tsI of an extra-otrn'e Mild Steel' Oalrlised Band, completely encircling the Can betweenl the h odly and sholder; it extends four incahe up the Body of the Co., and in then aImrd over the edge oftheb houlder with a it? steel Iting, worked in at the edge'whielhi co tiptettly'protecls thie ciposed portion of (Run between the body ansl shoulder frout being' driE.ouged, we thiereby. make What is the weak lspot in all other makers' Cane, the strongest and almost unbreakable part in the Ka.garoo Branud. : S'he leek of our Canis l protectedby nur Special Steeil Ring whilth ensureas Irth strengtih and a complete circle; thereby 'doieg away with tile trouble ,lad -waste of leaking hliulders, end having the advanti?ge of the coers fitting ani Caol Our Cans are guar. n teed -lo be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

J iT, ACKEY, JuREi, : Ci:? ordial and Bitter. Manufacturei, . : Roya! Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. 18 yearn mantufacurLing for lode and... S - Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. 3. H, W. Pither (Late of Melourne Moareta). .'lhe only legitimate Prodoue Merchants in the District. T ARGO supplies always on hand of the '., following?: Bone Dust huperphisaphate(Canmming, Smith &eo.) Oats, feed whole and crushled ...- ''artarian; A?cerian,. : ,,. Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata S eem, less than Melbourne priries Chaff, Hay, Bran, Pollard, Straw B, Barley,: ', Barle, Ry.Ta Rock Salt .. 3',.verythfis?g:/ ithse i INES:., O1NJ k'il c-pi' stock. AGENT for he clebrated "Salvitis. A call will esneis c everyhody. S. H. W. PITHER, Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Undei RoyalsLetteres P'?eat) AND Tree EXTRAOTORS, FORiST DIIVILS, .Are still to the fole. Cannot bbe aten. t)rlers by post receive prompt attention: Agricultural Implements, &e. Best workman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

SAFELY THROUGH DANGER, LIFE IN JEOPARDY. NOW FRESH AND ENERGETIC AS EVER. The Case of Mrs. M. RICKARD. (By our Rejorter.) There is in most of us a feeling of gratitude that we have been brought safely through past dangers; but some times people forget the manifold mercies which have been extended to them. Not so, however, with Mrs. Marion Rickard, of No. 118 Lygon-stroot, East klruns wiok who stated to a reporter that by divulging the ensuing facts she would be rendering the best possible servioe to those whose lives are in jeopardy. Pursuing her opening remarks, Mrs. Richard soid: "Unfortuately for myself, I was noe born with a silver spoon in my mouth, and I have had a lot of worry and a considerable amount of hard work in my time. So many adversities culminated. in a complete break-up of my health, L felt as if I wanted to work, but I had not enough strength to do it. .I got. very restless at night, sleeping only for short stretches, and waking up with a start from the most awful...

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(All Righta Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 8. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

(All (ight. Resoerved.) +:B!6nni Barbara. PART 8. A: FASCINATING LOVE STORY. "By Eflie Adelaide Rowlands, -' Author- of " Iriceless Violet," " A Child 'of Charity," "A' King and a Coward." &c. tiAlTEIt XI. ,(heat excitement prevailed in thei little village of ChlantIore after the ¶ .'-arrival of 'Sir' Charles's mother',' an Sexcitemlent thaat spread to'Llngford, antd evenl to the small town of New cIIhester that lay beyoIld the Mnuse s .tales. It was in this town that the major portion, of the Villier's wealtll - wits derived, for it," was, frLiu growing l: to be a' populous and ex ceedtllgly; sulccessful nianufacturing i?tce, antid' all tihe lantd upon which hll'buildings,. w.,re springing ' Illt' lnto 'ti.tlti?lc I,.belonged to Lioioel .Vllliers. Ihitherto this town 'of "Newchostert Shald i'esert'ved to itself- the right of :affolrding excitemlent int: tlhe'autiUll Sto' its inhalhitnits- and to the otU' 'rounding country, lor it wiasnI New chentetl' Townt Hall that thlie c...

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SIAM'S WHITE ELEPHANTS. MISTAKEN NOTIONS AS TO HOW THEY ARE REGARDED BY THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

SIAM'S WHITE ELEPHANTS. MIST'AKEN NOTIONS AS T'O HOW THEY ARE IIEGAItI)DED BY TIlE PEOPI'FX)'LE. There is a mistakaltn iJpressionI that the white e'llhiaLt, the sthangf phoouk is worshipped by the Billl-, dhists of Sian es iia deity. Thi: Bid dhists dto not recognise a. ltteui l n. jgod in aly forml, and they are shock-: Led t the Western ides. th:at they worship alli elephaiiLLt. ''herelsi, how .ver some alpproLachI to warship :iI their raverence 'for white animals partiiiitarly the elephant .in okei,? itove, snitrrow, stork. adli r: ana l'ille 'ee.sol of this rev:erenice is jtllt h under the lluddhist ar eiglii echti successive Itllllllha is slplosed to hale passedI thriought i saries of trallslnigrltioollns, ailll ili trlll occtl Iied the forills o(if white allitlts of it certain class. 'iThe wlU ite 'llhihtllL': ralliks tilL ic'iiise it IIn tIeelieved to be the tenimiorary itwetig-iluta of the solll of sOIIu' greitL LiersOllifgo-a-i kinig or great geiieritl. The wislolI aitlid k...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest. which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantce of good faith. LEGITIMATION OF ILLEGITIMATE CHILDREN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

COLRRESPONDENCEL, Withoub endorsing the opinions. oaonr corrospondents, we shall be glad toinseort communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which.may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving, the writer's real name, cot ueccosrrnly for publication, but ass guarantee of good faith.. LEGOITMIL TION OF ILLEGERIfMATE: CLILDRRN. TOHTIE B DITO;OP ttUB REVcLZr:OBSRBEcR. Sir,-As very few people know the scope and effect of the act in respect of above,. recently passed, and [as numerous inoqpries are made to. me. on the eulejpct by letter from all parts, the followinu particulars may be of interest, and also possible advan tage to your readers : The act in, question, 3,Edw. No. 1835, iatituled "'An Act to Legitimize Children by lRegistratlon of Births, Deaths, asid Marriages Act," was passed on the 6th April, 1903,; and its obficot is to allow tIhe parents of illegitimate children born before omarriage to, legitimise such.children after ...

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THE LAW. CHELSWORTH DRAINAGE—A BIG LAW-SUIT AHEAD—THIRTEEN DEFENDANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

THE LAW. CHELSWORTII DRAINAGI--A BIG LAW.SUIT AHiCAD--TIHIRTEEN SDEFENDANTS. The Cheleworth drainnge question, the dispute concerning which has been dragging on fur nearly twelve months, .developed a new phase at the oonncil [meeting on Wednesday, 10th inst. Tbhe President of the shire (Or Brewer) declined to take part in the proceed. ings and Or Waddell presided in his stead. Messrs Fink, Best, and Hall wrote, stating that each councillor, indi vidually, had heen made a defendant in the action, James Mulcahy v. the Heidelberg Shire, and asking to be retained as solicitors for eachb of the 12 co-defendants. As the case now stands the plaintiff is James Mulcahy and the defendants are ()' tihe President, councillors, and ratepayers of the shire; anti (2) the President and councillore individually. The statement of claim sets out-(1) That the defendants have agreed with the owners of the Ohelsworth estate to construct drains- for the purpose of drainiog that estate " for the benefit of...

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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, 8TH JUNE, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

WHITTLESEA SHIRE -COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MIETINGO. MONDAY, 8Tn JUNE,' 1903. The ordinary monthly .meeting of lthis Council was held at th Ciounceili Chamhber, on the above date. Present -The President (Or. Drap.r) and Ore Cornfoot, Bassett, Morris, Nicholson, Murphy,. Reid, and Theynas. The minutes of the.previous meeting were read and confirmed and oetward correspondence aplroved of. CORneSPONDENC.s From M. J. 8, Gair, M.L A., for warding the following letter which he had received from the Lands Depart. meat: Department of Lands and Survey, Melbourne, 28th May, 1903. Sir,-Referrieg to my letter to you of Ilth March last.asd to your subsequent " interview at this office, in regard to the desired reservation of certain land at Whittleeea,'I have the honor to inform you that the Department is prepared to tesm porarily reserve, as a site for a Public Park, the area conspri-ed within the boundaries nmarked ih pink color on the within plan, excluding the Plenty River, Bruce's Creek, S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 26 June 1903

' Medical Notice. OR, GORDON PHILLIPS, i IR.O.P., Lond.,M.R.0.S0., Eng., L.S.A.,Lold Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Coniulted Every Wednesday, AT E.;Klthanm, 1.30 to 2 p.. . a:' garun. Ground (If Instructed at IIel delberg before Ii a.m.) Every,.Friday . AOreei?thorinsgh; 1.30 to 2ip.m.. ?)lamond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. D.; , J, T, CHAPMAN YARRA GLEN rVISITS KANGAROO GROUND Every Monday, I to 3 p.m. QUEENA'TO WN Alternate Thurldays, I to 3 p,m. TI AINEDI NURSE & MIDWIFE. Outdoor patients attended. Terms moderate Tanck's Corner, Doreen. Fruit Trees FOR SALE. FF W. NINK, Nurseryman, St. Andrew's, Queenstown. has the following fruit rees andi plants for salo at reasonable prices. New Peach Princess May, Apples Pears Almonds Apricots Peaches Plums :Cherries Japanese Plums Quinces Figs Oranges Lemons Mulberries Gooseberries Raspberries IRed Currants Filbert Nuts Chestnuts tllack Currants Walnuts 1Nectarines White Currants Vines Palms Passion Fruit Date Pulms Loquats Pines Insig...

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

GENERAL INFORMATION. The forests of the Philippines af ford the greatest variety of wood in the world. Some of the hard woods are unexcelled for beauty and dura bility. -4- Ten generations hack, the ancestors of each persons now alive nulmbered 3,024. Twenty generations back (or six hundred years) they numbered 1,018,576. ---t--- An ostrich never goes straight to its nest, but always approachet it with many windings iand detours, in order, if possible, to conceal the lo culity fronm observation. -- A curious cemetery is located in Luxor, Upper Egypt. Here repose the mummiflied bodies of millions of st;aced cats each with a copper collar Their resmains are side by side with the bodies of kings and emperors in tnausroletlins. The death-rate of the globe is esti mated at t8 per mirnmit, 97,920 per day. or 35,74t,800 per year. 'he birth-rate is 70 per minute, 108,800 per day, or 36,792,000 per year. reckoning the year to be 365 days in length. --*-· An emirnet-osulist demlare that it is...

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WHERE PEOPLE ONLY DIE OF OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

" WHERE, PEOPLE ONLY DIE OF OLD AGE. One" of the most reniarkable cities ini' the world is that of Kelburg, near Cracow, Poland, for, besides being situated underground, it is excavat ed entirely in salt rock. SMost of the inhabitants work in th' faImouscsalt.:ninck. and all.ethe.ý Streets and houses are of the pliurestV'" white imaginable.. One of the most famious features of the city is the cathedral, carved in'r salt, and lighted by:electricity ; and, when thelate Czar Alexander visited it:' he' was so, fascinated with the magnificent eflect of the light upon the ciystal walls that he presented the'cathedral with a Jewelled altar cross. Such a thing: as infectious disease is unknown in Kelburg ; in fact, the majority of the' inhabitants die oi old :age.

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A GRUESOME JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 July 1903

A GRUESOME JOKE, --- 1, - I)11 ll In it II ii ltUi. Inu ici' ph, 'i i lnd 111) nld,'rt(nk r arl'?InlllbI ' l tlr µ1'l lmalll "Wrll," ,iltl he' hillt'r, "I 'tnnli? ,' i s ?hl II Iu lll. I b ItaI lII w h ' Itt tt r i 1th (ili s %"n( 1rný I, .'' ril~mi t l \hip l " lwn - l h 1tHl I , oullar I,, i lI l 11,d u. "

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