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Copyright. SQUIRE JOHN. A NARRATIVE OF STIRRING ADVENTURE. PART 6. CHAPTER XI. A LITTLE CUBAN BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

Oopyright. SQUIRE JOHN. -4---- I A NARRATIVE OF STIRRING I ADVENTURE. By Gearge St. Rathborne, Author of "Doctor Jack," "A Son of Mars," "The Man from Denver," etc. PAIRT 6. u CIAPTEI R A Xt. A LI'L'TLEd CUI3AN DBEAUTY. On the way tip Obiopo-street Jack changes his mind, and asked his rom-i1l panion with regard to other hotels (, than the one on the P-ado, since iTn n all probability Senor Itoblado will cr conduct his little company thither s upon landing ; and however happy Jack might Ie to sleep under the i name roof su tile fair maid of Scotia, .a he renliecs that such a thing may in- a volve discovery, and set back their C plans. Smlthrrs appears it hesitate, ts though revolving something in his a mind. t "I might risk it," he says, softly. n "Come, sing out what you think," urges Jack. "Let me gfve the driver an address, t sir," continues Job, as though he.has I decided. So their route is changed, and pre- s sently they plunge into another street P where new scenes attract atte...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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MAURICE GERALD DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

MAURICE GERALD DRAMATIC COMPANY. A good house greeted the. above company .on: -.Friday even ing last, when Bland Holt's sensa tional drama, " A Sailor and His Sweetheart" was staged. Everyone went home in good humor. You can always be sure to have a good nights enjoyment with hir. Gerald's plays. The company~ will not appear at Werribee to-morrow, Friday, but will return on Friday May 2nd, and produce Charles Arnold's great play, "BHans, tie Boatman, when marny local children. will take part in the choruses, Thei company play at the Metropolitan. Farm on Thursday, May 1st.

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STILL IN THE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

STILL IN THI FAMILY,. The scene was the gull-links and the parson and the doctor" were hav ing a friendly match-at least, the meatch had been frtflndly till the for mler found himeell deven down at the ninth' hole, In fact, the parson was taking his beating very badly. lie kept thinking of all the things he ought not to saay, and the medico. guessing his feelinge, chortled audib ly. "hMy hole again I" said the doctor, for the tenth time, ns he holed out a ourteern-yard putt. Hlit reverence could contain himnelt no longer. "Sir," he burst out, "1 hope I may live to read the Burial Service over You I" "Indeed I" smid the doctor, with a, dry checkle. "Well, it would still bhe my hobat 13T70.

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COMPLETE SHORT STORY. THE JAPANESE GHOST. A STORY OF A FAN, TWO MEN, AND A WOMAN'S WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

COMPLETE SHORT STORY. THE JAPANESE GHOST. ft ----+-- A STORY OF A FAN, TWO MEN, AND A WOMAN'S WAY. P 1 am the ghost of a Japanese lady. , You can literally see through me, for I am painted upon a fan. I wasn't a rheapl paper fan. 1 asnt ganze-fairy h Iaoze--ailvery, with a black handle. Mty kimono is lllminatni with silver butterflies, and in hetween each fly is h a blobh of silver that stands o;t on the inn like a star on at grey tow light sky. o I have a green sash tied in front, a dlch of orange ati my throat, a.green unllderskirt, and in my hair lmantv hrysanthemonms, and my backgroun'l is filled in with clumps of pnrpl Iris, I look down through cmy black lasiles -- have aIlways looked downl vi'ce thle lover paintel cte in stroke by stroke, in memory of one Yllwho hits slept these many years beneath thle cherry tree by lthe temple. Ah ! it was a fitting spot for n bright-eyed mousmee to slumhtr In the mousnlce loved by the Jaianecse eraftslnce, iand deserted by -in Eng linshmac....

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DR. MANNIX'S VISIT TO WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

DR. MANNIX'S YiSIT. . TO "-WERRIBEE. Dr. Mannix, coadjutor to His Grace Archbishop Cuarr, visited Werribco last Tues lay and adminis tered confirmation to close on a hundred persons, mostly children. The latter were purt through a rigorous examination in the tenets of thoir faith and came through the ordeal splendidly. After the ad ministration of the Sacrament, which was a most impressive core. molny, Dr. Mannix reqursted all the confirmees who wished to join the League of the Cross and take the pledge to abstain from intoxicants until they reached (he age of 25 years to repeat the pledge after him.. The response was unanimous His Grace then adjourned to the srhoolroom, where an ode of wel come was sung by the thihlren, after which an address was read by ,tiss Kitty Canny, on behalf of the Sisters of St. Joseph and the. echo lars attendina St. Andrew's ?ahool. In his reply Dr. Mannix thanked the Sisters Land chlilden fcr the wan m welome they had given him, and complimented the con...

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METRO. FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

METRO. FARM.. 'The Cocopob North Sunday School held their piclic on Sati r day afternoon last which which was postponed, from Easter 'Monday. Early in the afternoon the parents and children:. assembled 'on the sports ground' when the usual races and games were participated in. The leading events were 'won by the followlng:-Mr. A. D. -Rowan, married men's race; Mesdames Uren and Reidy, dead heat for married ladies' race ;' Miss Katie West, single girls' rac'e,,C aid Miss Eadie second in same event. During the afternoon' the sohola's. through Mr Philippe, presented Mr West, the superintendent ,of the school, with a suit case, and Miss `Katio `vrat, the organiet itn church I and school,,'was.lrosented with;.a tsilverhbacked. mirror t'e gift of Mrs. James .Buli, ,who also kindly provided .the :whole of the prizes that were competed for during the afternoon. Every child present re ceived a prize.. MIrs. Ball has al ways taken a warm interest in the school and has given it very sub stanti...

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WERRIBEE COURSING CLUB. "ENCOURAGE STAKES." [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

WERRIBEE COURSING CLUB. "ENCOURtAGE STAKES." The above club's opening meet ing for the 1413 season held last Monday was run under most aus picious circomslances. The wea ther was ideal from a courser's point of view, hares were numerous and although the going was some what hard' on account of the dry weather, the "long-tails" got off without any serious injury. His Excellency Sir John Fuller and party from the State Government House, who were spendliig the week emid at " Werribee Park," ollowe the - meeting from the moment thi first p~ir of dogs were slipped. until the tt'ncling course was run. The local club hias: reaena to be pro'it of the fact. that it was the.first- coursing- peeting Si r Jghn Fuller has.' attenlded- in this State, nid 'His Excellency complimented theiotlicials on the-.aplendid day's sport provided. The attendance was larger than that of the Cham pion meeting last season, and estabr lished a record. A pleasing fea ture was the interest shoaan by the Chirneide fa...

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ORANGE BLOSSOMS. BALDING—KING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. 3 BALDING-KING. The marriage of Mr. Benjamin Balding of Werribee, youngest son of Alfred Baldihg of Berrigan, to Miss Mary King, second young est daughter of Mr. J. King of Werribee, was celebrated at St. Thomas' Church of, England, on 24th March the. officiating clergy man being the Rev. H. Cecil. The .service :.was-.-choral, with Miss I `M.Giniiess presiding at thle ' oigan The-: church was prettily-decorated by girl friends of the bride, .whop was given away by her. father. ' She looked charming in a gown of creme crepe-de-chine with deep fringe and hand worked roses, wreath and veil were also wbrn'and a bouquet of white roses and as paragus fern carried. Thee bride was attended by two.bridesmaids Miss M'Curdy, cousifn l" bride, wore a pretty- dress qf hi~ te silk voile with kismet lace trimming, and Miss L. King a net costumnie of white embroidery, both carried bouquet of L - Frhd?'ane roses. The groomsmen were Messrs. IH Balding and T;. Kiii.- As the bride was ...

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DENSLEY & JOHNSTON REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

DENSLEY & JTOHNSTON REIPORT At Newmarket on Tuoesday Iat tl?sesr: Densley- and Johnoton. sold--Fat Shooeep Vothers--812 merino, E. Poole, E. Avon dalo, HKoroop, to 168, averaging 158s Od; 06 merino, T. A.- Hall, Miln's Bridge, at 17s ; 52 2-tooth comeback, E. Lee, Clyde, at 16s ld1; 50 comobnok and norino, McDonald Bros., Underbank , 18 rossbred, H. Qnnmpboll, Scotland Yard, Pon'on.o;0 9rossbred from the Terrick's, o 20s, avg .01 Os; 9 merino from Essen. don. Ewes-190 crossbred,- cnomeba k and merino..frotm Tatneot, to .01; 18l ?a-ino, W. A. BDon; Whppan. }Bonnie Boonn, - to..32zd- 47 21mrtio. tfroms 0 dahlsii' s2' c2omoe ok ndil merino, MceDonald Bros, Underbanlc 56 crons bred and marino from The Terrieka, to $1, averaging 18i ld.; 58 2 tootlh come back, E Lee, Clydeo, at 160 9d ;12 nmnrin Elliott Pooleo, Avondale. Rorcep, at 18s :d..Outsido on the propo, tles, 1,152 prime -rossbred and comehack'wethors from the vastward; 967 orosabred and comeback owes front the. westward ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

HOOPER -& CO., FOR TAILORING COSTUMES; &c We aim at Comlr plete S?atiSfaction to our Gentlemen Cus tomers, all our materials arebf the Highest Order, Our New Ranges just arriving are worth your inspection. LADIES' TAILORED COSTUMES These we have raised to a high level.: We-can:claim an experi ence and the costumes we produce correct in every detail and right in price. SEND FOR PATTERNS & SELF MEASUREMENT FORMS SATISrACTTION GIJARAItTTEED. J. H. HOOPER & CO.. 87.57 BARELY STREET, F QOTSC RA Y. Conlonwealthb Ji3an?h of Etustialfa Branches are open for the tranasction of General Banking Business throughout Amtrain. as under:- NoW 5outh Wales--Sydny and OCanberra. Vlctorla-.lolbourne. Quoesnoland-Brisbane an.d ToWlsville. 0outh Austrllsa-Adelalds. Western Auctrallia-Perth. Tasmanla--sbart. And at Egypt Itotse, 0-3 Now Iroad Street, London Cable remittance s made t, and'drasts'drawn on'foreig, jP?l dih-ectL Foreign lll11 negotlated tra collected. lettrcnof...

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PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO'S RlPORr, : Ponrson, Rowo, Smith and Co. sold -443 merino ewes, J' W. Thompson, Sydonhan, to 15/1, averaging 12/9; 37 4 morino. Wincholsea; 336 merino, MIanoRa Bros.,-' Breadalbano, at 19/ nd 171, fow. small 14/11; 27 cross brc 'T.. Doibgall, Sea View; 268 me riuo owes, Itockbank, to 13/5; 210 crossbreds, N. Irwin,' Malmsbury, we tlhors 21/11: and. 21/8, owes 19 ; 216 qrossbrcdl, W. Lane,' Woodlands, 19/8 and 19/6; 167 croesbred and merino, A. J. Dunkley Pleasant Plains; 155 merino owes, . 'F. Anderson, Mona Valo, 12/4 and 111/120 merino, 0. E. Barrio, Molton; 110 morino, G. Canny, Worribeo at 13/11; 117, A. Gall, Bal mattum, Lincolns 29/6. crossbred ewes 17/7,..16/, 15/11, 13/6; 115 wothers, E. L. Gl?eson, Lengwood, crosabreds at 18/10 and 18/, comebacks 16/11; 10G, J. Linohan; Laneefiold, crossbred 16/9, ewcs 16/0, oomeback 13/2, morino owes II/; 103, E. B. Noosk, Groesfold, cross bred at 22/.; 100 crossbred, Davies Bros.; Rod Hill, at 24/; 100. r...

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WERRIBEE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

WERR1BEE OIFLE CLUBJ. The Werribee Rifle Club's annual trip was, I think, enjoyed very' muich by the strong team which v madeo the trit, under the supervisiol of Capt. Stewart, assisted" Iy ViceCaptain Morrow. These' men were kept very busy chiuperoning the youngi colts, wh1o were, as the saylng goes, iout for jokes," The trip, which was.e made underi most beautiful weather condi tions, proved itself to be -the most en joyablo and successful over yet held by the club. . The Werribee boys canl net say tlings good tenough of. the lhos pitality and sociability of the Mardin people; myself I thinkl tlesd people cannot be excelled at catering for the entloyment of a visiting club. ThIe team left Werribee-en Friday, 18th inst., and journeyed to Leongatlta, where' they were met the M3rdauh loyr; who drove themt to Marda. This. drive is excellent, the soeeryr being eppreof ted very muchtby tile rshooters. After this losat enjoyable drive, andl the teams arriving attltho IRange, they par too...

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FOX TFRRIER COURSING [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

FOX TFRRIEi COURSING The third nmeting of the Werri fox terrier coursing club - held last Saturday on the recreation reserve was well attended and some good courses were noticeable.. The entry wnas a fairone, notwithstanding that several well known dogs' vere: reserved. for racing :at the 8-hours' sports meeting. ;Mr. W. Thompson hon.see. had all the details; as per usual, well arranged. The following are the redults: OPEN HEAVY-WEIGHT : STAKE. Hart's Runaway v Jack 'benat G. Smith's Admiral. A. fMiller's Qu'iEen.,boat W. King's ':aunce. wal>.'ýfi::·tk=!;rY'p!U k ! MTo Sheuoard's Fly ,U beat E. Hyde's. Jim. A.. Williams' Citawa hbeat F. Chiimberlain's Younrd 'hlmaine. . A. Williams' Laddic;:bett V;-Tav lor's Dodger. r "r D. Darllitn's Blatck ~traak beat II. WoXd's Niu-e..-- A. Davidsono's' Lftdy? 3ird bealt F: Chamberlaii's Rowdy. A. Miller's Gentle. Touch beat A. Davidson's Black Biid. " B. Thorn's Peerie beat A. David son's Lyre Bird.: :t A.. Davidson's Gav'Bir.d a bye. - - FIR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

Big Bargains in Footwear We carry very. full atopk, tP all lines of Mens'. and Womep .. POOTWEAKitrobii the cheapest worth your while to. buy, to thie specimens or tli w'orld's leading manufacture. Our prices are right, our styles are right and our methods. are right--we deserve. your Trade for idl these reasons ~ud you'lI become a permanent Cus tomer of our Store from the'first pur hase y'ou wtake. The value we give assures this-and here are a few proofs in support. , TY ZAGCK co.,; " The Corner." specio1 AANNOUNOCE\ENT. The Werribee Farmers' Co.operative Soctety, STAT-IQ: STRIEEY'I WERRIBEE. Beg to asnopace. that the~y htve. re-commenced, gusiness in their usual, UP-QTO-DATE STYLE - I. premlises knovwn as the G RAIN. STORE (Opposite. old premises.. Fire having destroyed all goods, we havo re-stocked' with Bxan. Newy Goods of'the finest, quality (ALL tOU WANT, AT LOWEST PRICES.)? #ROOERIE5*, HARDWARE,, PRODUCE,, MACOHINTRY REQUISITE S IFO(OQ FARMER.S HAMVS. anl: BACON, Etc., iGRE '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

Scovell and Spurling, - THE CORNER, . ag OO X S C A " '. ' Have landed a lovely stock 'of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPRING SUITINGS from 429. BOATERS, latest shapes, 3s 6d to 6s 6d. S NEW SHAPE BOXERS. & :FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button close at nfeck. S TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. TIES, SOCKS, BRACES, and everything a man wants to wear at THIE RIGHT PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth is. and is 6d., to prove we are THE TIE KINGS. UNDER NEW MANAGEMIENT. S:0:------ The Racecourse Hotel. EIRRIBEE. jIRST-CLASS Accomodation for Travellors and Visitors at this Old established Hotel, which is replete with every convenience, and the na? facilities offered therein for the omforof therein for the comfort of the General Public will bauly appreciated. The choicest and best ;rands of Wines, Ales and Spirits are kept at this establishment. FISHING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HORSES ON HIRE E. E. BANKES, Proprietress. BRUNNING'S SEEDS. LEADS THE WAY FOR Quality, Purity an...

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SFND OFF TO MRS. AND MR. M. CUNNINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

SFND OFF TO MRS. AND MR,. SM CUNNINGHAM. tThe Werribee Mechanics' hali' was filled.on,the, evening; of: the. 15th.inst.,, the occasion, being. to; say good-byecto Mrs, andMr:.. M;. Cunninghamp rior.totheir, leaving. for-their new., home; at: Nar-Nar- Gpon, The chair wae.filled.by.Dr. Manly,- J.P;. The: proceedings, opened with.a: concert, in: whicht Mrs M'Dermott, Miss Shine, Miss: Tinkler, ' and- Miss ?I~ Sin'u andL Mr.. P. Coleman took part. "Dur-. ing anri'interval Miss Maher.enter.k tained the, audience with ainL Irish: Jjg and, reel' Messrs J., Maher and. D. Rogers. also, con-. tributed dances. Miss McVahon, played a-violin solo. At about.ten, Capt Chirnside C:M G. innas few," welt chosen: remarks made, the., piesentations whick. consisted of: z silver tea and coffee. service to, "Thoe Guestse of "the E.vening.";, and a silver biscuit barrel to Mrs. Cunningham from the ladies of Werribee both presentations were suitably inscribed, Crs. Canny, Brown and Comben, and Messrs S. Tin...

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THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 24 April 1913

THe Werribee Shire Banner. WERRiBElt. TIHURISDAY, APRIL 24 Mr. W. Kendall, the selected eandidatefor. Corio. will address the electors in the Mechanics' Hall on. Tuesday evening, next. It. is on. the boards, that Sir Alexander Peacpek will be pre sent and say a word or two, One of: the attractions at the fortnightly shoot. of the Wer ribee gun. club on Wednesday, 7th. prox,, will be a shoot for novices only,. or as.it is termed in the advertisement,. for mugs. Four trophies .willU, be. offered, :which.are.e on view. at this office. It is needless to say that this; event will create, some excite ment amongst those w.ho.are.not in the front rank, but think that they. can. shoot'. Full, informa tion, rules, etc., obtainable from Mr. Feter Ryan, or the secretary of the club., Ther.e is,, a. good..opening: for prosecutions for driving vehicles without lights iri Werribee.. The summoning offiRer need, onJy to go to,the railway station, when :the evening trains come in to be able to issue ...

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A JOKE WHICH FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913

A JOKE WHICH FAILED. On one of the "varniehing days,'' as they are called, when artists give finishing touches to their paintinan' at the Academy, Landseer once calt . little dog out of.paper, Painted it, dlack, and stuck it upon the terrace in Turner's picture of the Terrace at Mortlake. Ily-nnd-by Turner calll 11 ; saw the dog; adjusted it perfectly varnished the paper ' and' began pnting It. The dog is still on the picture. Quoth Tomi; -*Though faii her Iea tures be, It is her figure pleaseth me." "What may her figure be 7" I cried. "One hundred thousand," he replied. %rr!Inui't lIke, lUlnu)m ' said a dniidyp;:,' on meeting, n pretty girl in a pat-l sage-"stopped by an angel." "'And I am like the angel," said he--"stopped'by nit nus."? Customer : "Waiter, .I notice that the servants in thlu eostahlishment are" orhhliden to receive gratuities." Waiter (nulemnaly)': "Sir, over sinle my eanrliest childhood I. havn:i' bel'n noted for lily disobedience. I ,brnl:b my mother's heart .th...

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FORGOTTEN SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913

FORGOTI'EN SOMETIHING. T'rh Territorials were in camp foI the first night, and were preparin: to turn in' after a day's heavy lamour. Naturally they showed all the help lessness of novices. They were instructed how to lie down and roll themselves in their blankets, and generally manke them selves comfortaboe. An officer was appointcd to are that each company was all right. . As an ofi cer was strolling back from the tents of "t'" Company, he wan ac costed by a civilian. The Iatter had been standing hy and watchiog event.s. with much amusement. "I say,". he cried to the officer. "You've forgotten something." "'What's that ?" was the reply' "You fhaven't kissed them good .aight I"

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Copyright. SQUIRE JOHN. A NARRATIVE OF STIRRING ADVENTURE. PART 7. CHAPTER XIII. JUST FIVE MINUTES TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913

Copyright. SQUIRE JOHN. A NARRATIVE OF STIRRING ADVENTURE. ly George St. Rathhorne, Author of "Doctor Jack," "A Son of Mars," "'The Alan from eanver," etc. I'AlT 7. CHAI'TI:It XIl. JUST' FIVE tMINUTIES TOO LATE. Smithers' intelligence caused at grit ting of teeth tln the part of his audi tor. The pon?ibility of such Lc fate overtaking Jessie tlCanieron is qllitc enough to unnterve hint. Still, lack has net nullmerous cllner gencies dulring Ihis past lit', and con Iltuered throughtl force of will power he hardly knows what it means to lie down hb fore a Jeugelrnalleiet thatI threatens to overwhlelm his fortunes, 1 butt like other itrn of Anglo-Saxoinu llood, who' have marked the pages of history with their heroic deeds, will face the foe and wcill his weapon o: defcnce as long as the etability teo move anc arm is given to him. So he speedily ccclqtiers that feeling of horror that for it moment threat ened him. "A di:tbolical way of . striking it blow for liberty. We,. couldl not sanc...

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