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A QUICK WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

A QUICK WITNESS. Counsel (examining witness) : ' You say you saw the shots fired P1 Witness : ? Yes, sir.' 1 How near were you to the scene of the affray ?' ' When the firBt shot was fired I was about ten feet from the shooter.' I Ten feet. Well, now, tell the court where ycu were when the second shot was fired P' I 1 didn't measure the distance.' ' Speaking approximately, how far should you say P' . ; , 1 Well, it approximated to half a mile.'

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Comic Cuttings [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

Comic C.nttiiij?? A ballet dancer depend more upon her agility tr™™™. - The trouble is that win if his nervo most he can't M^ False teeth are convenient, 'a. (K^ When they ache you can tak jjfc A ? ' Whv ;-t-f» '-Ivlo nnlliiil ' .^HflP X. : ' Did you ever see 'em , ^HK anything ?' «ff She : ' So you wouldn't take 20. What would you take r He : ' For better or worse.' ~. Sad-faced Tramp : ' Madam,/ homeless man.' Patient H1' ' Well, if you are home less husband Is, I pity your poor wif Figgs: ' My ! but isn't that a- p. 'Fogg: 'Quite stylish. But w. it ? Looks rather large for a pim lamp, and rather too small for a we man.' Bride : ' George dear, when we resul town let us try to avoid leaving the im pression that we are newly married.' George : ' All right, Maud ; you can Iuj this valise.' Louise : ' Marie had a lovely wedding but what made the bride and grooii go up the aisle hand in hand ?'. Bluncli&» ' Why, don't you know ? Hjf sleeve! were so wide she couldn't take his ar...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHE HAD HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

SHE HAD HIM. wire:' 'You say chat you weie de. tained at ;the office over a will ca^e S . Great Lawyer : 'Yes; a consult ilion with' the heir.' '-.Wife : Lf Ah, yes. I see you've bi ought X it home on your' shoulder. Blond too \ wasn't It ?' ''; ' \

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Anarchist's Ethics. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

Ah Anarchist's Ethics j ; 'I, am an -Anarchist, and deny the «? .right of railway shareholders to di-t itc Ulion-wliat terms I may travel.' In these words Edward Le^'ett, of 1 vc road, West Ham, accounted loi hi1 beinir found In rt *i.i-,,twl.,.|.ic-t. ....,.,,.,.., ( oii the CJreat Kaslern Kallwav without id.-: ticket. .-Deny it. ? Not 'lu fi ' glories lu. It, and would go to prison tot i, it if necessary. That there mijit u no manner : or doubt on thesulijca lu Iiad coiuniittod his views to viitinj, ? and 'addressed them to the suihiiiiUji fr dent of the line. His dissertation -m 'The . -Kthles of liailway Traullin,, .- was read by Mr. ll.idon Oorscr at the tl Thames Police Court, and included Hie AJ following passage :— ' I always ride first C | or second class, not because I wish lo f)' mix with the respectable or ruling classes, but because, as a worker, T w ant \ comfort, and prefer stuffed cushions to -,.- deal boards. It is quite true 111 it u k labelled slave, uniformed and...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]t and Won [?]APTER XXI(CONTINURD). [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

^fe and Won, HHHPrGB XXI (Continued). H^HBKr she had been sitting at the ?BH^HM the cross for several minutes, ^^Hj^HTtid, with a sweet smile : ^HJHft [aude, if you look at me in that ^H^flEpn everyone who sees you will HH^Hwi to wondei what is the matter.' HBJ^HeP0 i 1°°^ as though I loved you so ^H^^Sly, mamma ?' ? ^^D^Hvou do indeed, my dear child.' ??^HPnThenT am glad,' I said. 'After HBP*ui the long weary years of yearning, ?P how can I show my love for you p[ enough?' **:-. ' Perhaps I shall require one great proof of your love, Maude. If so, I am sure you will stand the test. And now, my darling, as we have some time before the ' Angelus ' bell rings at midday, tell me your story, all that you .know and remember about your ...y'Se'lf/ ^ ' I told it to her as I have told it in frr*' these columns. I I told her1 how I was driven mad,' and how in my madness I ran away, vowing never in life to look upon i them again. I told her there was '''A only one man in this world whom I '-....

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Anthrax in Human Beings. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

^Anthrax in' Human Beings. ? Some extraordinary statements as to the ravages of anthrax, and the attitude of the Board of Agriculture In; relation thereto, were made nt it meeting of the Leicestershire County Council, Eftghind The disease brpke: out on the. farm of a ? ,.i*i*v.u, Ul rtiu-;auj', iwiu iiui only the cattle but human beings and i all kinds of animals were attacked. ;S- The farmer and sixteen men were, all ill at, 'one time, one man dying at the Leicester Infirmary. A. woman in passing the plague-stricken spot was stung by a fly and died from anthrax. ©;ts, dogs, and birds In the neighbourhood also died. -.'?'?

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Legacy. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

'. A Legacy, '. '.?]'??'?? '.'? ? The. queenly rose thy guardian hand ; ? Saved yesterday from dying, . -?' s ' Pale, wan, and wither' a from, its stem, Is now in ruins Iv'.ig ; ' : ' But the fond fln-.-.er, to show she still Was grateful, e'en in death; '??....;.!?? Her blushes to thy cheek bequeathed, '? ? Her perfume to thy breath. —Sir Thomas Croft;. :,

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
H.R.H. Pawns His Watch. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

H.B.H. Pawns His Watch. The Prince of Wales was once com pelled to pawn his watch. That took place, however, not in England, but In France, and, of all places in the world, at Sedan. It was about a year after the war, and the Prince, in the strictest incoirnito. wn kvIkIHiip- iha hniHA-nAt/ic being anxious at all costs- to avoid re cognition, so as' not to' wound French susceptibilities. He found himself finan cially stranded at' Sedan' with Insufficient money either to pay his hotel bill or his railway fare back to Frankfort. It was impossible to rely on the discretion of the Boniface, or even to telegraph for funds, since that would have revealed the Prince's identity. At length, In sheer desperation, the- Prince sent his equerry, Colonel Teesdale, to the local mont-de-piete with his watch, that of Toesdale, and that of his valet, and waited with some trepidation the success of the Colonel's mission, since there Is an immense amount ot formality to go through when pledging persona...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Development by Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

Development by Cycling. 'Observations by experts show that it is not only the legs which are developed by wheeling,' Kays a writer In ' Scribner.' ' In previously sedentary 'persons a considerable increase In the flivntn t'nrimnn nf tho nlip«l tsilfoK nhipn the increase often amounting to one, two, and sometimes eve*h threw inches. The arms and forearms also grow firmer, and it Is said that in them also quite a marked increase in size has been seen. The 'muscular system everywhere In the body 'Who improves in tone.' Among the first to congratulate'' Sir Henry Irving were the Prince of Wales and the puke and Duchess of Took. Sir Henry means to follow as far as possible the example ot Sir Arthur Sullivan, who droi:s his knightly pr.efix' In.'.all public announcements. i1

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Why She Didn't Pay. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

Why She Didn't Pay. A farmer's daughter in the. toll gate days had occasion one market day to drive the old mare to market, the cart being loaded with eggs and butter. On reaching the tollgate, frlio rrirl H fTi\Tf* fVirrMirrli urifU/Mif «fP ? ing the customary twopence, where upon the toll-keeper rushed up in a state of great excitement, demanding to linow why the toll had not been paid. ' Can't 'you see,' said the irate ^official, ' that the toll is twopence for a man and a hoise ?' ' O, is it ?' replied the girl uncon cernedly, as she whipped up. {he; mare. ' Well, it's a woman £rid%\ mare this time, so I shan't pay,.' '.*% Atid. she drove on. ..? ' ;.?Vs(j£ A certain minister, wfilfe preach ing, said that' e#ew blade 'of grass was a sermori.'^xhe next day he was amusing hiniself by...rrvpwing his lawn, when a parishioner said : ' That's right, sir ; cut your sermons short.'.- .

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Birds as Surgeons. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

Birds as Surgeons. Some interesting observations made, by M. Fatio on the surgical treatment of wounds b,y birds were, recently brought before the Physical Society .of Geneva. Iu theso it was established that the smpe had often-been observed iet repair ing damans. With its beat and feathers it makes a very' creditable, dressing, and has evjen Tjeeti known to secure' a broken limb by moans o£ a stout ligature. ?- On one1 oceasion Mt. Fatio killed a snipe which had on its chest a laTge dressing composed of down from othei; parts of the body, and securely fixed to the body by coagulated blood. Twice he had snipe with interwoven feathers strapped on, to the site of a fracture of one or other limb. -. The most interesting example was that of a snipe both of whose legs he had un fortunately broken by a- misdirected shot. Ho only recovered 'it on, the fol lowirig day,, when he found that the wounded bird had contrived to apply dressings and. a: sort of . splint to both, limbs'. In carrying...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Are Women Brayer than Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

Are Women Braw-jian Men. The question, whether women are more courageous, or whether- they are con stitutionally less sensitive to pain than are men, has recently been, raised. Doctors and dentists all over, the world. agree that they bear pain with more fortitude, and, in most instances, submit to painful surgical operations with more bravery than doos the so-called stronger sex; from whom more endurance is to bo expected. : ' A woman who wiU'scream at the sight of a mouse will. undergo^every variety of dental operation with courage and facility. Dr. Evans, the celebrated dentist of Paris, gave it as- hi.?:; experience that womea swoon under' tKe deutist' hands much less frequently than men, and the general testimony; of surgeons in hospital practice is to the same effiecr. However, doctors disag'ree:as tcf whether this is due to superior bravery on the part of women, or whether they are physically insensible as compiirSd with men.

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. CHATTY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

SPORTING. CHATTY NOTKS.. bv os.vi;oo. Accordi g to custom 'Tatersalt' will hold asweip on the forthcoming (.'O'ltamun lira Cup. 'L'ho amount will bo 10,000 at 5 - ach. A local lid.r is atloplirg the Tixl Sloane style of )iorsei.'ianslii[), and 8a j 6 he thinks lie g--U a lot mote out ol tits mount. Bob Piper, a rider who U well known about theso parts, 'is meeting with much success in his mounts on Victoria i subur ban courses. Rclta. bus gone into training nt Fleming fon, and ' .i-.j.-'. none the worst for his acci dent iu the CaulHelrl Cup. The l'cal couise (iresents an animate'l appearance each morning, as a good few hor-iis ate bcit:^ got ready for the Boxing Llcy meeting ut Gtindag»i. The Avork dune' ?yettterdiiy morning was not very :-S 'Testing, as no fast limes were ncorded, b-.tc. some serviceiible und solid woik was got through. The nrpt to st.p on tlie track was a chest nut n'ily by Dan op After cantor ing, the went ihree-quarter paca. .. Then Bunnuid and Cotnay filed out...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cablegrams. FRIENDLY FEELING TO ENGLAND. London Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

Cablegrams. PtttENDLY PJEJSIiING TO ENGLAND. Lnndon, Mondav. The Viceroys of Nanking and lUnkon have both an--uied Ijurd BeieBfonl they ars friendly 1,0 Great Britain. THE DEEYFUS CASE. ' It is. rumour cl in J.'aris that Captain Dreyfus- will shortly arrive in Paris. TIib court. ninrtial caio.of Captain fic qu-rt has bt'on tidjo'irni'd si^'E dik. l't-.n Ti'rttllMll1 u t» t i. Di AV Tlia. *illl, l-iid la ntnlnnt. ly attack the Court of Cassation, ai:d incite the army to avenge the insult. THE POWER'S nKMTlONS. Tho ICaisor says that although Germnny's relations with the other powers are peaceful tho international situation required great attention. THE OCCUPANCY OF SAMOA.' , It ia reported in Berlin that the Powers ? interCHteii iti tho control of Sixmoa have agreed to occupy the islands. FOftCIULE ISTRU.SION I\TTO A RANK AiJiitingatlemp'; was made by a min to Rain admittance to the Hank of Knglaud last ntgtt. The mat', «ho is a foreigner, went lo Uie main entrance at iiiidiiii;ht und...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BURNS STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

A BURNS STORY, This story ia told nf KnVert Purnsin hie youth I — Olio riav ho was in, sing through the town of Ayr, when he onw two strangers sitting at one of the inn wimlown. With - idle curi'nity, Iio Ptnpjv-d to louk at them. Seeina hini und thinking that ilio rustic: might aifoi'd foini! fmiuj- nient wliile waiting the £tranger« c:uiqaj-:m iu anaucked him ti dins with them. I B;rni ro.iiiiiy acci'pli-d tl*.-3 invitaliou, aaVl pi o'i'ri -i merry, enter tuiniisg f;ui'8t;' '\Ylier dinner wan newly finished, one of the strcn^rs suggested that cavli should try his bnml at ww-iiinkiuf!, mid ??; tlid.c v tho ono who' failed to ivite a rhyme should pny for tho dinner. Th.y felt seeuto in tlto challenge, lieliuvhu' th it their iuatio would pay for (he meal | T .e rhymes ''era uritteu ami Darus read iho following : '.I, Johnny Peep, saw two sheep ; two cheep buv me. Hai'f-a-er»\vn afii-ce will imv;fcr fcliB fleeoo. anfl'I. ?.Tuhnnu Pnon «.. . free.'1 The ttrangi'rt.' astonishment was gr...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATION AND FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

STATION AND FARM. THE Slock Exohnnfes had noatlraeiion for ihs late James Tyson. A great landowner i.nd grazier, ho stuck religiously to the bu»ii-c68 of his life — tho rednniatinn of Uie wildernnes, the multiplication of a'n op and cuitiet mo enlargement »i me pihionii t-apii* bilitiaa of the Great Australian iuterior. Hia coneeplion of tbo duty of man was that he should direct his labor onliiely into useful .employments, and hia. money into nolely rep'ocluotive channels. Money poured down a m»n'a throat in cobtly ai.6 it.joiionB liquors, or wasteil in increy ostentatious luxuries, might almost no «ell be thrown into the sea. So s, ent i& in, except -Uch percentage as miy bi- stenr d 'by the local ir dor, simply capital utiu'liilat d. The rodnctiona made by New Bouth Wai s on the railway ratoi for canyu g staiving stock are being laigely availed of. Jn the Bourke district a large,' number of l.orses urc being rent away. Queenslm (1 owners in tho couth-west corr.iT of that n...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gleanings, [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

? -'Gleanings, .-? .'.?: A French surgeon annoifncp;} - -a novelvVcui-o' ipivs baldness,-' which, hb\voYcr);.,is .only Avdthin the reach'ib/.tbe we'alihyQj-.Tlic first thiii'g/isUo fiiidfsoma'.poor. sLarvir.g1- wretch ^.with^a-.'finc hoacl oMnuKoVtho 'colbur which thd pnticn't;'clcsircs:\f'V{plie 'for mer having consenlod'.'to part with' his -hair for ti^stipulate.' ciim — --the ? 'doctor' :sealrts ? th'b pair. ..clelicateJy-aiid'ap'plica-the hair, scalp-oltthe subject to the bald, client'- and-VyiCE^ versa. ' With:luck the'graft^.is-said 'to ? be a. success. ? ? ? ? -; i'-\-'- '? ' . The ?' art 'of reading 'made vety slow 'progressiveyen/after the introduction of ' printing. 1 presses, To encourage printing in England capital punishment. . for murder was remitted if the criminal could but read. In' a leCterj dated 15 1 G, there is an 1.o account of a seditious paper which was *_ stuck on St. -Paul's nVmrvOi finrl in orrlnr to rlis ' cover .who had written 'it, the aldermen of Londo...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

CLIPPINGS On Fridtiy Inst Mr. IT. Bayliss, aaetl 72. paid a visit lo the scene --f bis schnolbnv days — the King's Sehi.ol, Mr. Bayliss wa present as . a scholar at the laying c f the foundation ttone nf the old King' school. Sincj then he had ninny exciting experiences in the colony. In the diys cl Motyan, the bu.-h- anger, be was a police magistrate at Wiigsa Wujsga, and with In spector Jforrow und a black tracker went in search ot the freebi ott-r. They came upon his o,i inp at dusk, and as it wiis rainins; heav ily they went inside, with a virw nf lie p ing their powder.diy. Mr. Baylies lienid a crackling us of uliips uudertoot, and re mut i\i-*i Ly I lie, uif £J«ut»/r bitttl/ IIV Ifliwugu L 11 was Morgan approaching. The inspector, hnwever, (aid be thought it wa-t n kanjiatno or a wallaby. Air. Baylis-s then went out side when he Biw'Motgan tome di.-tiiuce away. He raised the gun to bIho', but M' it a n was too quick, aud n'liiij/, struck Mr. B'j'lisi on the thumb. knuckle a.i ...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

Poultry Wau tod. WANTED TO PURCHASE, 60 Pairs fowls and 50 Pairs Turk«ys. Apply, ? A; O.AUVARKL. R .yul Hotel, Rifle Reserves.. Efficiency Shooting and Drills, TTIFFICIGNCY ORiLLS at Viy'a Hull IZU every evening during the week,' tit 7.30 p. n-. Members niii t attend at ilbiet Four Drills to liecome ifiicieut for the half year. MUSKETRY SHOOTING at the R fie Range at 'i p.m. thin (Wednesday) affcmonn. W. M'C.OK. At Gundagai. #M W&E3W® WAY Rpg:stcred under A.J.C. Rules. PROMOTED — MKS. TRACBY. OFFICIALS- '?';?'- Pkesidkxt— Mr. VV..T. Cr'fBo. Jddoe— Mr. Glaasoock. Starter— Mr. (J. Woodbridgn. Ci.kkk op Scales -Mr. J. McNamavn, sen. Clkkk op the Cocksk — Mr. Edwards. Committkk -Messrs. J. Cornett, A. El wortliy, J. Kelly, E. F.fild, W. H. Sib thorpe, P. Raid'ii mid Jas, Sullivan. Hakcioappbrs— The C mmittee, or whom they may appoint, ? PI?06HflPJIB ? 1— TRIAL STAKES, handicap, 0 fur longs, i0. for all horses tint hivvc new r u'oaaa odvcrtiserl prize of £10 or over. En tries and...

Publication Title: Gundagai Independent And Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate, The
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BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Gundagai Independent and Pastoral, Agricultural & Mining Advocate — 14 December 1898

BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE. ? * ? One of tho mo-t amusing yet un oxpicted 8i-nsnl on scenes ever wit nessed in a vbeutre ooemved at tho ThoMtro Soy a I, MuncheRtO-T. ' The curtain drew up for .Mr. Toolo to i.d diesa tho -ourt in rc'Dnrdwoll v. lJick niysteriuualy d,ra| poaied, their ' l.ox1', mddenly g'ving ' wny' and ingulfing tho ' go.jd men ami Iruo.' At first ihe vnBt nudionoe'ivho crowd, d every ; art of tho thiatre were silent, fonring some dreadful accident, had occurnd ; but as the unluckv jurymen rapidly reappdirod, unhurt, though kohing -oiy foolish, they brcko out into a -perfect huriiciino of laughter, which liietoJ teveral minutes. Tho cur.a;n hud to bo dropped to allow ihc jury to bo 'boxed' again, and whon''ilr Toclu ho^an hia addie-a bo provoked another burst of risibility by alluding: t i tho jury as 'l th.ic w. rthy body of 6t (idl'a--t an imiiiiivaSilu men.' A pocn! (i rl3* nuiusing fonturo of ll)i& in vol sec no nns tho £ ct that tlio ma joriiy of tlie ' jur...

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