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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

? ANT E D I?mediately, OACTIVE G1RL as Housemaid; apply Mos CHOMrLE., care Dr Tuthill, Euroa, until Monday next.t - ' W ANTED- YOUNG WOLMAN to learon the Tailoring -Apply--- KELL & CARPENTEL' t, Tailors, Euroa. S £1 RE WARD.. LOST from Upotipotpon- SEVEN COWS branded B on rump. The above reward will be paid to any person giving iniformation as to their where abouts. : W. H. BURLEY. Upotipotpon. _1 REWARD-Left at Mr McS ano 's - Hotel on the 9th Noveiboer, 1885, Gold Brooch; any one returning same or giving such information that. will lead to recovery of same, will' receive the above reward by applying to Mr THOS: BOND, Violet Town, or IMR TEHAN, Gowangardio. FOR SALE. A TEA.I OF:~tEIGtHT WORKING BULLOCKS, and WAGGON. - Apply-JOHi _tcCOMOBE, Strathbogie.' To LEt. TO LET, GOOD BAKERY. BUST'X NESS at Nee Longwood, apply Ma RolINs, Neow Lmngwood.: FOR SALL OR TO L?ET. SHOP.P & DWELLING situated in Cowslip street? Violet Town, known as Kelly's Casli Store.-Apply-- + :"-' ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Advertiser "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's.' FRIDAY, 4th DECEMBER, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

l "Let all the enis fthou aim'st at bc thy CouontrU', Thy uGod':, and l'Trtl :r.' FRIDiAYI 'th DECEMBER, 1885. By tihe' courtesy of Mr W. G. Hfall, M.L.A.. we have received a copy of the new Electoral Bill lwhichl the Govern ment propose to introduce and carry tlhrugh before the present session closes: As we do niot believe such a course is pssiblc,. x'e do not weary our readers with a long list of the bound aries of the. proposed new divisions, regulations for elections, and -,.such matters of dry detail.. The A.B.C. systemi is quite a nesr departur'e in con stitutional procedure, and, we-should imagine,will not pass the House withdut an acrimonoious and'exihaustive dbl;te. In viewo of the expressed intention" to close the session within the: niext few days, the unconsidered 'passage of a measure that strikes at the foundation of our political institutions would be little shorteof a 'ntional disgrace. But we have no fear of such a result. The sitting- of iParliament must either be ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MIEPOLL v BRANJEE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

I1EPOLL, v.B11A*.JEE. The'return mintch~ bwoiveen tlhoso; two clubs was played on. the ground of the latter, and resulted in a win for Branjec by 18 runs. Good play was shown by Cullen for the visitors, and for the locals Kennedy. and Keating-showedthe best forhi, Bobddrick" and' Kehuedy 'trundlid excellently for Branjee. while the brother. Gaynor and Glasheon did good sorvico for Miepoll.%. The following are the scores:- -BRAAJEEB. Donohue, b J.,E. Gaynor... ...1 WV. Keating, b J. E. Gaynor ... 4 MI.'J. Kennedy, bJ. E. Gaynor 1 Brodorick, c Worland, b J. E. Gaynor : ... ... O E. Kennedyd -b:J. Gaynor .- 4 J. Keating, b Glasheen ... ... 8 nM. Kennedy, c- Brenock, b J. E. Gaynor ... . . 0 Connell, b J. Gaynor .. . 3 ,:M Keating, b J. Gaynor... ... 0 J. Connell, not out .'.: ... O P. Kennedy, b J; E. Gaynor ... 6. Byves... .. ... ... 17 Total. ..:. . 44 Egan, thrown out Connell. ... 3 Brenock, 'bKeinnedy . 1 W. Dwyer, b Kennedy :.. Glasheen; b Broderick .. ... J: Gaynor, b'Broderick ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

01,~ TEA APERS, BTATXO ERZ, &c., 7 71-7 - sue - ; T-'RY THE ~ADVYETIS '" Ofce. ;i -, ; Vii1ID IU U RU & (OU., =?r` 154i QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. ::'ý xGINBERS, BOILERMAKER S, SManufacturers and Importers of CHI N.-ER Y S Hae for Sale or Hire: TH: E T "' OSBORNE" Reaper. & Twine -~.iinder. -This machine in its new fooa asa.':intts'bdnced- by us :last scadon; :iind -'ehlieved a wonderfulsuecess. The kn'ot. i mechsaiinisid is- so simpln e'and" stfofi that anyone carn understand and mlanage 'it, and it has no liability to miss ; knots, -which has hitherto been so fertile a source "of annoyance 'and loss. For theucoming :season, the elevating " canvases are en _larged, a.newi style of reel applied, and :many other valiable improvements intro= ;duced , Resu lt " of field trial at-Eancefield, Sanuary, 1884; in a till, heavy crop of ,soheaty somewhat green, and witli. a good -e1ilof iundergrowth----Oslorne, first; withrll6.5 points; 1Cormick, :106.5; -Hornsby, ' 102.75 ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Moglonemby [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

- 1IOlIonemby A thundleratorm passed over Mbog lonemby the :other evening, but though the rain fell smartly for. a short tid:e it was not in sufficient quantity to do any appreciable good. Owing to the great boheat and drought that have prevailed during the past few weeks, the crops ii mslhy cases elia~ivd htslto succumb,', and iot a few of thd.:d ?hitt wvird originally intended to stand fur grain, have been cut down for hay. • Ere thmisappears in prinit, ouir 'weans" will be recoveringi frome the effects .of a liberal . intake. uf sweete s'and goody goodios. Picnic is the watchword, and the prizes the: reply, anming the juvonild population hero just now. An effort;will be made to bring off this interesting event another year, about two months :earlier, which irill tend to, iiakel sntte5s' much pleasanter- for adults as ;well as juveniles. T=hey talk about' America beilg ?:tlo country Wheo dll disicoveries are made and inventions found ."out, ibut this is a mistake. Australia may. c...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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United Methodist Free Church. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

United Methodist Free Church. (CoaFTsBUTED.) A tea meeting was held by this denomi nation:at Mr Hunter's school, Boho. Shortly before six, the tables were spread with a temptiing array of eatables that ;ooked very nice. We have heard of a tea meeting oy crying because lihe couldn't eat any' more; if that boy had been at Boho, he -uight have cried to make an o?islaught?on te temnpting imtoirls-which w*ere laid Out in.rich abundance'by the fair'- ad'ilibcnrl hands of' the ladies. Sharp at six, the company sat down', to tea, the usual blessing being asked "in, eong;.then the provisions and people'had a lively time of it, but though the sitting room at the tables was crowded, it was soon evident that tliere would be a second bitting, f6r buggies iept rolling up, horse men and ladies came, and the cry was " still: .they' come." The second. sitters after a time miade their way to the now' somewhlat lightened tables, and then it was seen that there would still be another sitting, and we we...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Arcadia Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

Arcadia Mems. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Typhoid fever, has again made its appearance in this district. A young woman twenty-one years of age, daughter of Mr Bell, of Molka, succumbed. -to that disease on Saturday last after nine days' illness.' The remains were followed to the Murchison Cemetery on Monday by a large number of friends. On Wednesday last we were visited by a most violent hurricane. which did con siderable damage to the crops and fences. Large limbs were hurled to a distance scarcely credible, and giants of the forest that have withstood the storms of ages were uprooted. The storm kept an easterly course, taking about half-a-mile of a strip. The late rains have interfered to a great extent with the harvest operations, par ticularly the hay, as a great many farmers have out the greater portion of their crops for haty, through being insufficiently clean for grain. The crops on an average are light, with few exceptions, and the yield of wheat in Arcadia will scarcely ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

- C .A . H ... ... S TA L?L,-I?S H Ml 8T, f, -EIREILiN) . STREET , EU ROA. . RiS. ' Y LA ND AS on HAN]) a Ch.ice Assortment 'of I ILLINERY, S DRAPERY, ' UNDERCLOTIHING, .. c., &c. "rediding snd Miourning Orders promptly Executed. 1DRESSMAKING DONE' ON THE PIIEMISES. 'BOOTS AND SHOES. .[A C.A,.] O I'HE LAmDIES of VIOLET TOWN and surrounding District. .MRS-.. R. DAVIS, DRESSMAKER AND * MILLINER, Lily street, Violet Town. "Pit-and Style Guaranteed. MISSES YOXON, ,DRESSMAKERS A?n MILLINERS, RAILWAY STREET, EUROA. :Straw hits Cleaned and Altered into t;: .. Now and Fashionable Shapes. Also 0-:i o ,Featlers Cleaned and Curled. IHE AUSTRALIAN .4REEHOLD SL+?o and PiOsnDUCE CosPL· , . -7 , (Lrs?'sims.) -131 COLLINS STREET WEST. -CHIITERAU TA-IBILK W IN E S. 'Poft ":Pedro Ximcncs tShiras Verdeilho l'uscat G" Keisling .Iermitage IrHock :- Cabinet Chablis Claret Chassalas SThese Wre.s obtained Highest Awards: Prize Medals at Philadelphiia, 1876; Paris, 1878; MIelbourne, 1880-81; Ado 'Is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

SEYMOUR HORSE SALE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. HT . 1. TRISTA\ and CO., will hole! their next Special HORSE SALE at Guild's Yards, Seymour, on the above date, when about 150 Useful Horses wil be offered,. includinl-somle.. granud statiol lots from Killingwortlh and Habbies Howe and a large mnob from ?AIr W. Anderson': far-famed stud at Chin Ghin. Sale ht 11 o'clock sharp. -I \"T TI LY SALE. 8TH " DECEMiBER, 1885. (Second Tuesday in tile month.) J McNAMARA and CO. Will SELL 150 Prime Fat Cattle. 800 Store Cattle, Sheep.and Horses. J. McNAMARiA & CO., Shepparton. .'atura, Nunmurkah and U, Y-arrawonga. IPO-RTY TT AUCTION NOTICE. BEEHIVE STORE ! - BEEHIVE STORE ! E. HA DBURY. and CO. beg to ' informl the public of the shire of 'Eurca, that owing -to Relinquishlng the Drapery Department. of our business,: we Shre instructed Messrs SLEE, OGILBY, and CO. to sell the whole of our LAiGE -STOCK of DRAPERY by Public Auction on TUESDAY. DECEMIBER 15. at 11 a.im. - The Large Stock of Drapery c...

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Opening of the Violet Town Rifle Butts. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

Opening of the Violet Town Rifle Butts ''The first employees' half holiday was signalised in Violet Town on Wednesday afternoon last by the opening of the rifle butts. The members of the rifle club mustered in force at the drill ground, and marched through the principal streets in double file, headed by two standard bearers, with the British colors, and   accompanied by a large number of citizens, who entered into the spirit of the   moment with great enthusiasm. The business people of the town gave their hearty   suport to the celebration, and closed their shops-at 2 o'clock. After going through at few movements under the command of the secretary (Mr A. C. Tuckett) the crowd of some 200 persons assembled to witness the opening ceremony. The first shot was fired by Miss McKenzie, who scored a "centre" and then delivered the following address "Gentlemen, - I have much pleasure in declaring the Violet Town Butts open, and take this opportunity of...

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Distinguished Printers, [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

SDistingRuishbel Printers, --:0:- BEI NJAMI FlRANKLN, scientist and. am bassador (America). SDouglas Jerrold, author (England); William Chambers, author and publisher (Scotland) .. . . M. Bcranger, celebrated French lyridpbet (France). Horace Greely,- author and editor (America). S. L. Clemens (Mark: Twain), hbumourist (America). Dr John D. Goodman;naturalist(America); Auguste Joseph Bernard,. antiquary, Inspector-General. of the Publishing -and" Printing Office (France). Hon. John A. Bingham, Congressman and judge (America): Samuel Phelps, actor . and, -manager (America). . D. E Sickle, General andMinister (United. States). . * . Alexanda Russel, editor of Scotsman. . Edward Newman.F. L. S., naturalistand author (England). . ' William Blades, editor and author Life of Caxton. . Robert' Bnner, proprietor of "Ledger," and finest American horses. Lionel Brough, comedian, editor, and theatre manager. . Simon Cameron, Senator, President of Bank, Railroad,'&:: : : ." . H. S. Chap...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

His Fxcellency gave the Royal' Assent to the Federal Council Act at the govern. ment .offices on Wednesday. A message to the above effect was roundly cheered by both houses of parliament.-. - Parliamentexpires by effluxion of time on the 28th February niext, and the general elections are fixed for the 15th March..; Parliament will be prorogued on Friday, 18th inst. The last slaugter of the inno cents taking place the day before. :

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THE BURGLAR AND THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

THE BURGLAR AND THE EDITOR.. A b glar climbed into the edidih* rooid; :. Needy and poor:wa he 'd:, .. And he maw in the dim, uncertain gloom,.. With legs as long as the stem of a bronm?. A pair of trousers. "I'll just freeze on 't He chuckled, with fiendish glee: . He lifted them ap'from the'Sck of the chair, Lightly they hung on his arm;' T'hey were the editor's o:dy pair, Thinner than.goassmer everywhere; Oh;'but the knees were worn and hare; * Good clothes-when . the weather is All over the room he iiareched in vain; There was no, more to find; Thtert was no sign of sordid gain, No passing:drops from a golden rain, Only the walth of'a sleeper's brain; --The peace of the editor's mind;'. He turned his back on that happy Homie, . Thoughtfully lifting those pants; Out ef the window he cautiously clomb; He emptied the pockets-a broken comb, A stub of a pencil, a manuscript poem, Answern his searching glance. He started, the tears flushed into his oyes, He leaned up against the fence;...

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CRICKET EUROA v. VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

CuiCmi T. EUROA v. VIOLET TOWN. The cup match between these two tenams was played on the local ground on Satur day. The Violet Town ,teacr fiist faced the howling of Barr. and ,i 'Lean. : The game: resulted in a loss to the visitors by 33 runs :-The following are the scores:- VIOLET TowN. ... . Neill, c Barr, b 'Lean .. ... 9 Grogan, c and b M'Lean . ... 15 Lirritt, b bM'Lean . .. 1 Home, b Weir ... ..... 1 Davis, not out .... .. 42 C. Beggs, b Weir ... ... 0 bM'Shane, run out MI'Cormick .. 2 Thomas, c'Pleasents b M'Cormiel... 26 Sambell, b J1'Cormick ... .. 0 Fenton, b Barr , .. E..Beggs, b a :r... 0 Byes " . .. . Leg Byes... ... ... 9 Total ... ... ... ...120 EUROA. Pleasents, b Davis ..; ... ... 14 Turner, run out ... ... ... 21 M'Cormick, b Davis ... ... ... 11 Weir, b Neill ... .. ... ... 18 Haslam, c M'Shane ... .. 8 E. Em:nett, b Neill ... ... 15 Barr, b Neill .. .. Birkett, b Davis ... ... 0 Ml'Lean, c Larritt, b Neill ... .. 18 W. Emmett, b Davis ... .. 14 Sinclair, not out...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.—Ed.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

[We do not necea erily identify ousrelv with the opinions expressed by corrmpon dents.-Ed.] TO 'T EDITOR;. St,-Kindly allow. me a shoit space iih 'our .valuible• columns to thank ..thoue ladies anrit gentlemen who: cbiitributed so: liberally tW&kLrds the state school pie-nic here, and to express my gratitude to those who so ably and willing assisted to carry out the details during the day.' I should leave the pleasure of tlhnking inecmplete' if I did not include those who took:part in the evening's entertinmuexit; -partici-i Idrl the chairinati; as well as all. who hellped to make our pic-nic sich'ahgrand success by their presence throughtoaUt:the day. I may state =that 'after paying all exponses (18 l2s '3d); there is a balance 'left of £2 12s 1Od. It is proposed to place this in the bank as a start for next year's pic-hic. 'I am, yours etc;. THOS. GODDEN,

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Destructive Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

Deatructive Fire. A few minutes after eleven o'clock on Wednesday night, Euroa was sud denly.awakened from its slumbers by the ever 'dieaded'cry of "Fire I Fire I" and the continuous clang of the railway bell. Across the line, the fire first appeared to be sitiuated in the rear of Mr DeBoos' premisies but on closer inspection it was found to proceed from the block of build ings occupied respectively by Messrs Thorpe, Bowman, and Gall, as a watch maker and jeweller, saddler, and hay and corn merchant..f' The buildiqiga iibeng weatherboard, after the recent hot ewdither went off like matchwood, and the inflammable nature of the two last named establishments cudised.their'total destriic tion in less'thah lhalf asi htoir. The stables at the rear of. Gall's store were saved by placing wet blankets over them, and the strenuous exertions of Messrs Alex. Anderson, .W. Dabb, J. Hogg, Nicholls, and others, pouring on' the scanty supply of water that could be carried across from Mr Hogg's. The...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

MELBOURNE MARKETS. Pat Cattle.--1,648 head wcere entered for sale, but 100 less than that n'umber were yarded, a large proportion of which were good quality. There was a fair demand for medium and light bullocks, but', heavy weights were not in request;' Trice's, hw-ever ,on the whole were about equal to those ruling nlast week. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from L11 to L12 15s; odd beasts to L13 Os, good doirom.L9 to LlO; second do from L6 10s to LS.; nferior from L4 10s. Prihiepens of cows from L7 to LS lOs"; good do from LS 'to L7 ; middling aqd inferior from L3 10s. Fat Calves.-About 125 were yarded, which met with.a ready sale at fully last week's rates. Best sold at from 70s to 80s; ,good from 50s to Os: ;.second, from 35s to 45s ;,nferor, from 20s. Pat .l:heep.-About 29.000 .were 'yaded. The market was without alteration, brst merino wethers sold at figures about equal to those ruling last week, butthle demand was very dull for middling and inferior descrip tions and crossbr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

W ANTEDD--AA SERVANT for general household work.--Apply at the Presbyterian Manse. W AN TE D Immediately, ACTIVE 'Y?G1RL as Housemaid; apply Mins CHO?-LEY, care Dr Tuthill, Euroa, until Monday next. WANTED-YOUNG WOMAN to learn the Tailoring.-Apply KELL & CARPENTE,t, Tailors, Euroa. STRAYED into my paddock Tamleugh, ' two ED and.' WHITE` HEIFERS, rising two years' old. " If not claimed and expenses paid will be sold. THOMAS MOYNIHAN, Tamleugh. December 10,1885. . £i REWARD. LOST fron Upoiipotpon SEVEN COWS branded B on rump. The, above reward will be paid. to any person giving information' as to their where abouts. W. H. BURLEY. Upotipotpon. FOR SALE. - -A-T ??S--orP.-Dax EIT-w.oxiciGo. - BULLOCKS, : and WAGGON. - Apply-JOHM McCOMBE, . S. Strathbogie. ..To Let. TO LET, GOOD BAKERY BUSI NESS at New Longwood, apply MaI RoBiNs, New- Lng"ood. FOR SALE OR TO LET. SRHOP & DWELLING' situated in Cowslip street, Violet Town, known as Kelly's Cash Store.-Apply R. WATERS, Violet...

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An "A" Article. ADAM ATWATER'S ACHIEVEMENTS AND ADVENTURES. AN AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT. Domini, Ateen-aty-one. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

•An "A" Artilel. ADAM ATWATER'S ACHIEVEaENTS AN(D ADVENTUltES. As AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT.. . Dorini, Ateen-aty-4ne:. Almost an age ago, abode at Andover,: Adam Atwater. Avocation, an artist; able and accomplished, active and ambi tious, all- admired Adam. An adept at almost anything, Adaml also acted as an assistant at an academy, affording aid at arithmetic, algebra, astronomy, and-so forth. Adam's Aunt Almira also abode at Andover, and, although austere and arbitrary. and an aristocrat, appreciated Adam's astonishing --achievements, and abundantly administered aid, assigning an annual allowance.' Achsah Aslley,anxioua and aimless, artful and audacious,attended academy, and after awhile attempted attracting and alluring Adam, appearing awfully affectionate, assuming affecting attitudes, altogether acting abominably. Adam, already affianced, avoided all Aclisal's advances, and, although annoyed, assiduously attended accustomed avoca tions. Again and again Achsah attempted alienating Adam...

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The Advertiser "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's.' FRIDAY, 11th DECEMBER, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

"Let altl the ends thou aim'st at.be:thij Country's, y,7i CGod's,; aid Truth's.' FRIDAY. 11th DECEMBER, 1885. To that clas'sof person's who have noti y.t attained to that state of compla cency and contentment, from which the ijostlins: and elbowings of the crowd in the race for wealth can be comfortably viewed and indulgently eriticised, the 6ft-repe ted stories of Oriental magnifi cence and fabulous hoardinigs ever awaken an esavious feeling at :.. the pleasure whi ih.the.ownership of even .a portion of such piaseession, is naturally supposed to bring with it. -And even at the present.day, not only in Englanid and the. older countries of the world, where poverty exists ins :the_ most extreme degree, but also in Australia, where the poorest live in comfort, and the miot advainced e i (iiof .eii lightenment and general knowledge attainable on the globe are thrusti'pon one at every turn, the names of India, Brazil; Peru and other countries faimied for the production in times gone by o...

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