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ALBANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

ALBANY. (From our own Correspondent) -;;i The weather -during this month ;h:h's ;Beiiei very unsettled, with heavy falls of ramn The ships that have arrived. report: heary -'.veathei( at sea. Oct. 12.-Arrived in Port from a Whahi?r- :i: Cruise, the American barque :MEirA? n.e?J? Horan, master, for supplies, sailed a~ain the;' same day. Same Evenip?.-Arrived iiP the American ship EUr~iOEA, .J ye from Whaling Ground. for supplies, sailed-?akainon? the 16th. Oct. 16.-Arrived in Port, theiischooner;_i: Mar KING, E. Trevett, master; frobi Ade-r ::- - laide, with General Cargo and Passengers,.? j-J sailed again for Fremantle, Oct. 19th. Oct. 19.-At 9 a.m., arrived in Port, the R.; M. s. s. ANOCA, A. B. Farquhar, mastc.er;.,: with Colonial Mails, saileud again 5 a.m., Oct.: 20th for Galle. -

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUMMARY FOR THE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

ISU~IAY IF911a TIII ~IAILS, i -Wehave just been reminded by a Post Of fice notification, that the European M.ails leave Perth on the 11th of this nlonth, under what is mis-called the new arrangement, but far more justly-disarrangement. •Politically there is nothing new or interest ing. The departure of Governor H-ampton, has iet, as is conventional, been followed by the advent of his succescor. Ad interim the se t-ioro:commanding officer, (Col. Bruce) has ibeenswuorn in as Governor-General and. Vice iAdmiralof a Colony,. whose. very whereabouts wias until Irecently, unkiuowh to the Admiralty Officials. k By the departiure ::of Go ioernr Hmnpton anid peiding the arrial of hi`s successor, w:vhose antecedents are but little kiowln infthe colony, there is a political icalIn :' " SThe neiv Governooron his airrirvinwill find ad tabulea raz --aa: l olony iiithbot aiy :meians o'f expressingpopulir opinion ani, in the face of an advising Council, opppssed to all expres sion of it-to any::cha...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

.Comparative statement of Imports and Exports -of the coony of Weste Austria, for the years ending Septembe r 1867- 68'. IMPORTS. D. tCS^ 'Dg : :n3y... D Des*gnation' ' I Number or Quantity , Value Increase De'rease AgriculturalImplements and8 achinery - " 6 83 1758 8 y" '" 194:: '12 ^ Animalsliving . . " . * 2321 " " 3165 8" -44." ' "C ' I feer, gallons .153243 137047 ' " - -16 ' 96. 12566 *- " 11420 11 8 , " " 1145' 8 lBooks ..8. ... .. . .. ..*."'845 "' "' ". " "" 8"''S y'" Bran, Pollard, Rice, Oatmeal -"i" " " 1401 " " 667 19 " 733 1 .Cigars .. " " 480 480 8 Coee ..95 438 243 364 " " 1228 10 864 10' ' Corn and Grain ... 3526 " " 1085 5 '" '' " ** 2440 15 Flour . .. ... 5678: ' 1248, 10" " " . 429 10 Goods, subjeet to ad valorem duty 7 ..4 .-" 112684 " " 119376 14 4 6692 14 SMeats, salted and preserved "4 79 " ' 1060 " "' 338 " " " " Potatoes and seeds " "' " 175' " " -504 329 " ' 'cc 1 0 795, 405 ..". Specie.... .... ..... . ...".. 20 5 " 95 * 2 4 pirits, gallon. 32237 34242 200...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

freighbt p.' pass~~,.age j pi Y jt~:~~i · zH CR·f: ~ O ·l'repaintie, Nov IFiT~:' .. . A.. 1&68 MR. ED B1 FRANCISCO ,?vIL Sell by Auction, t. ?)?Liis .o :, Pigh Street, Fremantledi, 6FRIDAL, 13TH NOVEMBER, 1868.: ADELAIDE Poliard and 3ran .:.;( Potattoes. : Fine NporkWilts Cheee. Ir4ishl and Coloial Buter - English Bacon, (sidss and naiddle)., Spiced Bef. Raisins, (very fine.) $ardines, Salad Oil, Pott's negar. $Uurrants. Tamie and assQrte.d Confectionary l'ea, Coffee, ChocolatHe. :"i:-:. $oap and Toilet requisites. .;:. .Cavendish, Jpea.ch Juice Toba4?ioa?, Cigars in bond.. i Summer Cloalks a~ .ackets: :;:I Men s Summer 'IrowsErs ad Tweed Ladies' Stays. " Boots. "entlemep's spri.ng side Bo-ots: W'Tellington :Calico, Sheeting and-,. Rugs, .::;:,= Ionr Bedsteads, IMahogainiry Sof as Table, locks, &c. Gig and Jockey WIhips. SCarbonate of ,oca. - 1]3lacking, Matches. rifanilla Rope, Boats, 8parsiand Gear. ALSO, _ super'or Camer ia. .T-.elescope, M?icroscope. : old6idRing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

THE 'HERALD' IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. THE TERNL OP SUBSCBIPTION ABXE Thro' the Post 25s. per annum.inadrane £~K1 e Ponavao BINGL4 nUBERS 6D. 8AOa. ADYERTISEMRMTS. First 8 lines, 3s. Gd., every additional line Si Ealf-price for each subsequent insertion, ;Ad vertisements for a quarter, or any longer period: b special agreement. AGENTS. PERTa-ME. P. F. ARMSTRONG. 1NEWCASTLE-MB. J. A. WROTH. Nonaax.-M. THROSSELL. `Boulaunr-Ma. G. R. TEEDE. Busestnoi-j 1a. 3. .W. HUMPHRY. Ca&sirror BaY-Ma. I. WALKER, MELBOURNE-MIMssas. GORDEN & GOTCH, Job Printing of all deseritions in the best styles For London Direct. 1'o Sail Positively the first week in January next. THE A. 1. Barque BRID GETO WrN, 34 tons, E. Harris Comman er, has superior accomadation for cabin passengers. The Bridgetozwn on Discharging her in ward cargo, will proceed to Champion Bay and back to Fremantle, thence to Bunbury, All wool intended for her must be well pressed. For freight or passage Apply to .. W. ....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

SHENTON—EICHBAUM.-On the 4th In-     stant, at St. John's Church, Fremantle, by the Rev. G. Bostock—GEORGE, eldest son of the late G. Shenton, Esq. Perth, to JuLIA THERESA,   only daughter of C. W. Eichbaum, Esq., Assist- ant Commissary General, Fremantle. FRANCISCO—HILLMAN-On the 15th instant, at St. George's Cathedral, Perth, by the Rev. F. T. Tayler, DAVID BRAS, eldest son of Alexander Francisco, Esq., to ELLEN, eldest daughter of Alfred Hillman, Esq., Sheriff of Western Australia.   HARDY—BEERE.—On the 20th inst., at Culham, by the Rev.C. Harper,RoBERT (nephew of the Hon. J. W. Hardey,Esq., M. L. C., at- tached to the Police Force of this district to LILY, youngest daughter of E. Beere, Esq. No CARDS. Colonial papers please copy. DIED. CORRIGAN—At Fremantle, W.A. October 5th, 1868, after a very brief illness, ERNEST LEOPOLD JAMES, infant son of THOMAS CORRIGAN, aged 6 months, deeply regretted by his sorrowing pa- rents. SATURDA...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Shipping Report. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

ARRIVALS. Nov. 2.-SWAN, 25 tons, Ferguson, master, from thei Irwin and Champion Bay. Passenger. :-James Smith. Cargo-130 bags: flour, and 70 do. brah and pollard. Same day.-MYSTERY, 17 tons, Hedland, mas tei, Ifrom Bunbiiry. Passenger Mr. F. Von Bibra Cargo--?11 loads timber, 4 tons potatoes, 1 ton flour, 5 bhhds. wine, 3 casks wine, and sun dries. Same day.--TWINKLING STAR, 59 tons, Han ham master, from Champion Bay. Passengers -J. Brown, J. Williams, J. Haillian, and D. Tierney. Cargo-350 bags lead ore, 30 trusses hay, 56 sacks barley, 4 axles, 8 wheels, and sun dries. 1 .-CLARENCE PACKET, 48 tons, H. O'Grady, master, from Champion Bay. Cargo-100lbags bran, 20 do. pollard and 20 do. flour. 5.-FLYING FOAM, 34 tons, J. Nash, master, from Champion Bay. Passenger-EB. Percival. Cargo--27 trusses hay, 40 bags flour, 28 do. barley, 175 do. bran and pollard, DEPARTURES. Oct 30.-WILD WAVE, '28 tons, Cross master, for Bunbury and Vasse. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Pearl, Rev. J. Buchanan, and J...

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THE MURRAY. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 7 November 1868

THE MURRAY. To the Editor of the Herald. SIR, There has been little stirring of late on the Murray. The crops are looking weil in spite of the heavy winds and. rains. The potatbes'look very promising in many places, and altogether the season shows an abundance of everything. Mr. Manning spent adayin this neighborhood, on his way to the Southward, and inspected the Barakup Bridge,. the progress of which he ap peared very pleased with, the Warder is a push ing man and anxious to put the work forward ; it will be a great boon when completed. The specification and plan for the New Mur ray Bridge, are deposited in the Resident's Of fice-it will be a costly and heavy piece of work fifteen months are allowed for its completion, the timber is to be six months seasoned. Mr. McLarty is pushing on with the Maranup Bridge which will be shortly completed, as well as the small bridge at Pomfreys' brook, which is in Captain Fawcett's hands. 'A gratifying fact has taken place at Man durrah; The lat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

HOLLOWAY's PILLS.-r'rostration of Strepgth. --Whlien the system is weak and the nerves un strung, disease is certain to Iresent itself, unless some puriifying and strengthening means be res sorted toi in order to avert the threatening mis chief, in such cases no treatment can equal these excellenxt ills--no other plan can be pursued so well devised for ejeeting all impurities from the blod wvithout strainining or weakening the con stitution: Holloway's Pilly sQ fortify tke sto ,ach a'd regulate the liver, but they raise the cdpability of digestion, and thus create new powers. This is the reason wlhy Holloway's Pills have gained their present popularity, and w?ihy they have been lauded throughqut the globe as, " fresh source of life apd strength:" S To Cover. I IIAT well mknown Horse "DRAGON"' will stand for the lst. August next at: the Newcastle Hotel. Terms twi tyl-fiove (25) shillings each Mare; An" peison bringing three or more .Maies; one pound (E£1) each. "::: DRAGON'. wa~s gof...

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SCRAPS. CROSSING THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

CROSSING THE RIVER. 'Tis the river of Death, rolling here at my feet, And bejond it I see such a peaaeful retireat;: Such'a beautiful land on the opposite shore, :. :*. Where sorrow and: weeping shall come never : [m ore ; . ., , .: . . .. .. But the waters roll past with-so frightful a ' [moan - That my timid heart dreads to pass over alone; 0 come with me, dear one 1 let's go hand in [hand, . . And together cross over to that better land." ?. You never were timid and nervous like me ; .,:' You could laugh at the storm on the high rol [ling sea ; . e , i - You coutd smile at the lightening,:or, the thuri S[ders loud boom. . , . And fear in your brave heart could never find [room ;. . . .. While I ever was trembling wivith needless [alarm,. . , You haF: no thought of danger, and no fear of S. [harm. Then go with ..me now, love and leave mie no :.[more, .. . : Tillktogether we stand on tlhat beautifiulshoor., Jesus tauidsd on the shore, and :he becons to me, As if he wo'uld help me t...

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CHIPS BY A SANDAL WOOD CUTTER. PEOPLE MET IN THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

CHIPS BY A SANDAL 1VOO1 :pE0~UE MET~IN THE TSTREET.:: . Parrtin's am ,t asy fotgoo by sorne per- sons, and Yufortunately oi e I f ione onof tht pes MIes h fJitrilsay ui unatLv be cause iftvoni' ie ahVthi on your mini it iiterferes wihk vyior J.bi'iaess , and spoils your pleiasire.: A haird hieaitd and a :l'a!:d fist aint twd bad tliings t'hae to' fih.hi .your way. thrlough -a bad: wolrld-tthey each sa:e you fi bni a good dedil ofanuoy S. here's sme.s me.n, good fellers enuff in:t-heir way, ias: the :wold: goes, Iwho can say:- go d-ibye-eveni siipposiun: its for oever-withlouti any sign obfa teaiiin :thei. eye or' a falter in;t.heir voice--and t.here aie others whi1o:-: " Never speak the word " Farewell" : : Buttsith ani utterance faint *and broken,::. A' .iA hefrt sick )earnln' for the t "in ' . .WhienI it will never more be spoken."- ' I've sometimes wislhd I was one of the. first, but one can't change onie's nature, and so I suppose I must put up with being among the last, and get...

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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

T:--? -. o the "Edtotor of ?The .Herald?"r"o": :n i.eading the. lettri: of. y our ,copriondent Beta irin youir J?uir?l 'of Wthe 31st:: it.l I was tmuch struck: ? 'ith:. his .rmirka on the wrongs inflicted ont the abiririines of Westerai Xustra ia. But.the words .Which arrested?w~y att~ition most forcitily were " then leave theim to imbibe dis ease and imioralitv~ froli the-brutal :scum, the sins of 'Enghlnd .hitye caused to, be introduced into this country." : Nowx the just inference to be drawn,, is that England is a vast ca:un!dron:' of idquity ; and its ebullitiou so tremendous, that its "brutal scum" hike a miighty torrent of volcanic lava, sweeps its surging, fiery billows half round the gl!obe, and is scorch'ing up the poor innocnt black lambs of Australia.. But' then the question starts forth. What does he (betch) mesn by " theusinsof England?" If he minens our t ,king Ipossession of the. hlnd, tlten he is incu led in- the "brutal scum." But if on the other li,?d he ailudes t...

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THE STORY-TELLER. THE WRAITH OF REDBURN CASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

TiH.^ E ST. ORY- .ELLET R. THI WBAITH OF ThI)DB1TJN ii::ed?i wallsf n.o. impassablri nioaft . with. warder-guardeda rawbridie, to giveit a name so ivnposin g-only an ancient ,man lion house of red bi;ick, triple winhged !ind manyrwindowedli r ong.weoded h; ills,?iith a sp cious pinfieldnfront, ;-:tha.t sloped d own to .the shlinini sof :All the land, far aiouna, tlonged to. he li tate there .wertssunmy mead' w, 'ying.'among thei lils, inihgi -.ng-in" sui mir. beanity; grand, fir-ireachniigafoiests, s jtanding by.'thefaselves ih"i lonely grai.n .dneui, aid neairrhojie, grain- fields. iind p(leasant o?haid~clos:eisll Sd under the :ery walls of the househ 7 a pictiresqtue fl9owergarden, with latticed arours, and Ev^walk apinng. blossohinrg heCdges. : A: -. pleasant enough plape to be bor in, , .as Ray ERedhturn vhad been, and to be . eir-f ofas Ray Redburn was A:::nd-yet the douunti-ypeople,. plodding, :loig hlonmevard with tlieir inmaet,. waug. :goinsafter nightfh]l,Jialf dozing: by t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

A MEETING will be hold atthe Avon. S Bridge H~,tel, oa SATURDAY,: the 28th instant, at 2 p.rm. to arrange.for,'b.. a Racing Meotimg at Northam, prio?r to the Annual Races in Perth. By order of the Co?mmitte?o. JOSEPH LC'CI..YER. Noxtha.n 6tha Nov. 1868.

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVIEW. W. A. Church of England Magazine FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

S REVIEW. w.a. cA. urch of land Magazine ron NOVEMBER. The principal' feature in tlhe number for the current month, is, the ,Rules of the Perth Oi-phanage. The great success of this bene volent institution has surprised the most sanguine of its promoters. Nothing like the general support it has met with was ever anti cipated by the few, who, in faith and hope, but with slender means, began the good work of ittemipting to rescue the helpless orphan Irom destitution, misery and sin. The history of the origin of this institution has been often told and must be familiar to all. Commenced under anything but encou-. raging circumstances, it has in a very short space of time acquired a position which en sures its stability as a permanent institution of the colony. Subscriptions and donations have been given with a readiness anid liberality that speak much in-favor of the kindly generosity existing among all classes of the community. Fears had been entertainel by subscribers and donors, tha...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

T . " o the Editor of the Heroald. :-': SIR, 'In:-ouir issue of last week, you report 'th: .elihery of a farewell address to Governor Iahiipton on his 1lep;irture from this Colony. "he wording of this address is not the reason of my troubling you, but I think that any de~ monstr tion of s publi. nature should be on thB requisition of the Citizens thems lves. I am thereforie tt a loss to understand why a special mceting was not called by the Resident Magis trate of Fremantle to have a public expression of opinion on the matter, and to give the citizens an opportainity of writing their own address and electing their own deputation to present it. This I think would have been the course adopted by any o.thler civilized community. 1 would ask you Mr. Editor by whom, when, and where,: were those who presented the address selected to represent the citizens of Fremantle;: or was any meetiing called of those who signed. it: t6, give them an opportunity to elect whoever they pleased ? It appe...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
REVIEW OF GOVERNOR HAMPTON'S FISCAL POLICY. To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

REVIEW OF GOVERNOR HAMPTO(N'S FISc~ArIPOLtCY. -. S Tothe Editor of the Herald. SIR,- You have on varipous occasions published in your Journal sundry statemerits I have for warded to you on the official accounts. I now give you a final statement, shewing how theRe venue of the colony has been administered under the governorship of Mr. Hampton. To my mind a more damaging statcment of facts cannot be found in the annals of Western Australia, and if the eyes of the settlers are n >t now opened, it shall not be the fault of your correspondent, for matter of graver consideration has never before been brougit under their notice. Commencing with the first year of Mr. Hamp ton's administration, that of 1862, the revenue fromall sources was £69,205 19s. 4d. The ag gregate estimatedl revenue for 1869, as prepared by the Executive, is £96,276, givinu a surplus revenue over that of 1862 of £27070 Os. 8d., or 39'11 per cent. Now the population for 1862, was put down at 17,000 which gives 4"7 p...

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To the Editor of the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

To the Editor of the Herald. " T send you"? letter which I -rrceived .by-::list~ mail from an old servant who returned :to.' Eng- land last year. There are .some .points ;i . it which I think may interest the Public of this colony, having regard to our acknowledged want. of competent farm labor, not alone as respects the demand for the same discription of labor in England, butt also as.regr.rds the dislike of agri- cultural laborers to leave their districts except.. in company with or under the ?apicea of people whom they know: I am: satisfied that this eel g-isa- strong that without some special agency we must -not expect to oflin- good farm ser vants even if we offer far greater inducements than the Einigration commissionr Ia re at ali likely to idb---and yet, if agriculthireis to be a success -with us, we must have a far different class of Iabor to that which is at present available to us. It is notorious that lduring the paist season many farers could not get a ploughman, and ho...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. Comparative Statement. of Revenue and Expenditure betweern the years 1862 and iiat estimated for 1869 : RrsvNuE :--Castoms, 1862, £32314 -42... 1869; 44000.; Indrease,. 11655 5 10 ; IHarbor Dues, 1862, 882 9 5 ; 1869, 1000: Increase, S117 10. 7 ;Iend Sale's,-862, 5026-19- 1 ;,18_.69, 6000 Increase, 973 .:0 11 Land Reveriue, 18812," 984 '15 : 6'; 1869, 159e0 ; Iner'eake -6165 4 6 ,; Rent exclusive of Lanid, l~.2, 1j7 11 9i ,1869, 13i ; Increase, --12 8- 3 Trans fei Duties .1862, 166 14 7;I 1869, 2o0D3 f r'ease, 33 5 5i Auetion, 1862, 309 13 3; 1869,300 ;"Decrease; 9 13 3 ; Licenses.:1.862, 2217 16 1;.1869, 2190 ; Decrease, 27 16 ; Post ages, 1832, 3064.12 10 ; 1869, 4500 ; Increase, 1435 7 2 ;Fines, Forfetures and Fees o Court. 186,: 1027 14 8 ; 1889,1410:; Increase, 382 5 4 ; Fees.of Office, 1862, 391 4 ; 1869, S530 ; Increase, 138 16 ; Rottnest -Native.Peia! Establishment, 556 3 . I ; 1869,500 ;Decrease 56 3 1; Salfe of Governient Property, 1862, 191 0 3 ; 1869, ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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To the Editor of The Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Herald — 14 November 1868

To the Editor of The Herald' SIR, - Will! you allow ine through the hedriuin of your widely circ(ulated ipatlier ?oi cornt:radict a statement which appears :in the coh?imns of yesterdays Inquirer froin our Giildfoird Ciorreks pondent. He savys " Thd g:ameonlf?Qioits seems to be very attractive :ait lresenft,, a.nd after questinning our den rail ?rin'wedge of the rules ofr- tht ~rim', Oes o.0 to add.'i Tliat two of the Police force ire open to challenge any other two who will come for.wid. Nod allo, me Sir to say that no one o. the:?Guiilddor'd Policee force ha-e at an , tlime irntiented ;hleir intenisin: of givingr a ehilenwe, h.?vi?g si~ply playedt a few gaImes aiiongPt theinsclves wbhen off duty, an]i I trust that our Corresl;ond; it will in- future coifine hifnr.slf mre slriet!. to the: truth and. find some m-r*: interesting topic wheren,hV: : disp!'s his litA:'ry talen .t: thre i.isplenty. of s:cope for hitin our floiorislng :little town,:' i h· will only 4ei:-his ee-': openmgid...

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