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OUR SERIAL STORY. All Rights Reserved. The Enchanted Peril [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

OUR SERIAL STORY. All Rights Reserved'. — — — — -— — «— . 4 ? ? The Enchanted Peril By: WILLIAM LE QUEUX. Whilst Sennott sat ii the locked roam .during Cooke's absence he had time to reflect upon the important of tils having made so good an Impres sion on Fetter's partner, it seemed that Warringford had a positive net work of unfortunates ready to do his blddlrigat .'all tlmee) and Senjiett was ' compelled to admire the cleverness with which hfe arch-enemy had creat ed a ki.id of feudal system embracing-the aristocracy. antj. the underworld Before noon Jim Cooke, a quaint smile playing, about his Uflly features, returned to the room and closed the door behind him. ' ' ? lur'' ? j (.JOT ihe monoy all right,' lie said. 'They were a bit l'uuny about it lill I showed them your letter. Then: ihijy did some lelephonug, and tlie U'icic was done.' 'And what about tho pearl?' asked Peter. . In reply Cooke tumbled about with a large thumb and forefinger in the murky depths of his waistcoat po...

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FROM THE CAPITAL CANBERRA, January 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

FROM THE CAPITAL ? (From Our Special Representative.) CANBERRA, January 47. ., Speaking at ft Labour Parly social at Clifton Hill, in honour of the Attorney- j General, Mr. B.reiinan, the Prime Minis ter s-aid that the piestnt Federal M^ini* trv was facing piobably the most sen oil's period in the \ history of Australian politics, financially, industrially, and economically. He (might have aaid that the position fiiraucUlly and economically in due in very lar^e measure to the iu dusti ial situation iw this country, (bough not exclusively, o^ course, for we knmv that there are wocld caufies operating;. It was at this.firtme ninction mat sir. Breunan delivereni a commendable speech in which he condemned those people — people, ho paid, from whom the Party had a right! to expect support— , who criticised the ; Government bitterly, because it declined |tb disregard the coii- . stitutional limitations by which it wa« hampered. | There bip men in the Labour i'arly. men like Mr. , Janies, ....

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CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

CHAPTER XXII. Cooke Is Communicative. - Inspector Perry opened a drawer at the 6ide of his desk and took -out a knife somewhat resembling a dagger, with a wooden handle. 'There's the weapon which killed Reginald Lovell,' he said,, passing It to Sfinnfitt. 'Not a pleasant thing to have between your ribs!' Sennett took it and examined it with care. 'A most unpleasant thing,' Ue said. Then he added: 'Tell me, how did you discover that the. steel was made in Peru? I see nothing about it to tell you that. The blade is quHe plain.' 'Well, you see, I had it analysed by the chemist of one of our biggest eteel firms, and it was he who assured me that the steel was a Peruvian pro duct' Here the Inspector smiled, 'I expect the knife was made there also,' he added, 'in which case your friend Dr. Warringford may have had a little to do with the murder, even if he didn't commit -t. I mean the knife may have come through' the same channel as the drug ypu've told me about. .?r».,ito t had thought o...

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"AN EDIFICE OF PEACE" THE KING'S CLARION CALL MOST MEMORABLE SCENE. LONDON, January 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

'AN EDIFICE OF PEACE' THE KING'S CLARION CALL MOST MEMORABLE SCENE. LONDON. January 21. No passage in the King's wonderfully impressive speech at the opening to-day of the Five Power Naval Conference stood out so clearly as a clarion call as His Majesty's appeal for an edifice of peace. Strangely indeed was the fact that this world tocsin was His Majesty's first public utterance since his illness. Everybody was delighted to see him, looking so remarkably wsll. and to hear his ringing vigorous voice as he led up to uir final hope thai the nations would be successful in bringing to die vorld relief from the burden of armaments. Every phaie of his speech carried a ring of sincerity, earn estness and dignity, and it began and ended in the most intense hush, with telling effect. The scene in the golden gallery of the House of Lords was memorable. Its glitter was almost oxidised by the weird bluish f light shed by a battery of vapour lamps which were installed, so that photographers could...

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GRAZIERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

( i R A Z I F.R S' ASSOC 1 ATI ON . The Chairman (Mr. E. W. An-lu-i presided at n meeting of the Roekhani;. ton district, lirmich of the Graziers,' As sociation of Central and Norlherii Queensland held at the ollif-e of the sec retary (Mr. A. F. Kent) on Thursday lawt.' The Chairman reported at length on various matters encasing the atten tion of the executive of thr Association, .li.iiiiliiiu I lii- iiHion taken ill t lie in terests of members. Amongst these were ; Knelosed Jjftiid Ait. brands and ear niitrku advertisement of applications, re gistintioii- ui~ iiruis Land Act residen tial conditions. Industrial Arbitration Act, meat priccfixiiiff. Kencin^ Ai-t. sstoi-k trains, abattoir logUlation and pro posals. huU'alo fly menace. Animals ami Birds Act. altolrtion of pests boards, and taxation and the icorpanUation schcni -.: of the Association. It v\n« decided lo defer tht' election of oflicei« until nex1 me^in^.

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SUCCESSFUL PUPILS. BRISBANE, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

SUCCESSFUL PUPILS. BRISBANE, January ^6. At the recent Stato scholarship examinations iG07 candidates, namely, S154 boys, and 2153 girls, presented themsehefc and ot thesr 24 j'2, 1 444 boys and 100S girls passed. This represent? 43.8 per cent sueeets.es. The following i*- a list nf ihuse who were eui-T«-fuf in the Central Dis fcrict:— ROCKHAMPIOn. Rowley David Barrett. Donald William Baxter. Francis Ernest Blank. Maurice \\ illiaui Blank. Barry thriitophvr Bourke. Cecil' Arthur Uuch. Norman Arthur Callaghau. Valentine £d\iard Clapton. Earl Henry Clements. George \Mlliani (Jews, j Charles Llo^d Coghlan. Bruce Alfred Loran. j Robert James Diamond. Clifford Noel Bedwell BitkaiM!. Edward Lrnest Dobbs. Oswald Ronald Donovan. James Arthur Dougan. Neville Claude Dunlop. Arnold Harold Elgar, Leo William Fhnn. [ Reginald Lawromc Goldini: Cyril Denis Graci . Darcy Hoarc Eric George Jarn-an. ? Anthony Luther J cileries. Leslie George Johnson. Charles Francis Arthur -Joy. Raymond Liddell. Diet...

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MINING DISASTER. FALL OF EARTH. BRISBANE, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

MINING DISASTER. FALL OF EARTH. BRISBANE, January si. One man was killed and two weir injured in the Aberdare colliery, Black stone, near Ipswich at 8 o'clock tliie morning, when a fall of earth cutombe.! lour men. j The victim was A. Stephen, 33, war i [ ried, with two children. I The other men, J. Townsend; 45; H. Buckland, ;il; and R. Sharp, 33, werf released by rescue parties. Buckland and. . Sharp were taken i« hospital, the tormer suffering from cramps and stiffness and the latter sus taining a probable fracture of the ribs. The fall occurred while the men were working 20(1 ft. underground. Rescue efforts were quickly com, nienced and Tuwnsend was released un injured soon afterwards. Buckland and Sharp were rescued at ter being entombed about three hours and were immediately taken to hos pital- Dt ; ite feverish efforts, rescues were unable to find Stephen. Seve ral more falls hampered operations aud it was not until 5 o'clock this after noon that his crushed body was loca ted...

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SPRINGSURE. MT. LARCOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

SPRINGSURE. ? ^^T ? There was a good attendance at the C.W^A. dance on Friday night last and again at the dance on Saturday night. The functions were in aid of the Hospi tal and Ambulance. The attendance Was only moderate at the races on Saturday. last. There were only 17 horses, with the result that the number of runners in each race was very limited. However,- it is hoped that the races for Carnival week will ue well patronised, in keeping with the high standard of previous years. Exceptionally hot weather has been experienced. The heat wave lasted for several days, with the thermometer going up to about 108 deg. Tuesday night was particularly hot, and to-day clouds banked up. With a continuance of the heat, rain should follow. Mrs. Markey, of Mantuan Downs, wat admitted to the local hospital where she underwent a serious operation on Sunday by Drs. M'Shane and Fox (of Emerald). Her condition is reported as still serious. Springsure, January 14, 1930. Congratulations are extended ...

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CAPELLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

CAPELLA. j The third entertainment to help Wj reduce the debt on the Catholic Church, was held at St. Onier, the property ot Mr. V. O'Brien, about lour miles troux Capella. The ballroom presented a very gay appearance, being decorated witli coloured Btreaaiers and Chinese lanterns, and the part set aside for euchre was also bright. Airs. E. Silk secured the ladies' prize, a bedroom clock, and Mr. J. Daniels the srentlemen'a twize. a fuii silk shirt. After euchre light refresh ments were handed round. Dancing fol lowed and was continued until the email hours of the morning. The music was provided by Mrs. I. Donovan aud Messrs. L. Plummer and M. Neagle. A soft drink stall was conducted by Mrs. G. D. Kettle, assisted by Masters O'Brien and Fittler. The profit wa6 £64, which was very pleasing, particularly to the or gauieers, who did. so much to ensure the success of the evening. The residents are now concentrating on the establishment of a resident doc tor in their town. For a number o...

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WOMAN AND CHILD. LOST IN THE BUSH. ROCKHAMPTON, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

WOMAN AND CHILD. LOST IN THE BUSH. ROCKHAMPTON, January 25. Considerable anxiety was caused at 'Anakie when it became known that Mrs. Pacey, wife of Mr. Alf Pacey, and her little j:irl Estelle, had been Vjst in the buth yesterday, savs our Sapphire correspondent writing on the :13rd in stant. It appears that N!r--. Pacey left Anakie about 2 .111 p.m. to take tea ojt to her husband, wiio was working in a «^ « J s4 --._!- nU/-in( UiW o _ m i In i i*nm t lioir iJillilH-M « n \j\j\j ti nn ii 'ii'juiir; ?* i vi+i. «. j-«- ** home. The sky was completely over cast, and as Mrs. Pacey did rot return in the evening and her huEband bad not »ecn her, (lie resident* organised a search party. Constable Peters re ceived word, about, ft p.m. and immedi ately proceeded io Anakie Tne sear' 'i continued until about 2 a.m.. when a hoi -I'liijn ivpo1 lorl that Al'5. Pacey Ij^''1 been found at ilir; L).,--' Wateihole, about enrht miles from A'ukiii, by htr broth?r-in-law, Mr. K'iv.r. Pa.vy, 'who stated ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

A ., M., 1- * F. CO., LTD.. * AUSTRALIAN*, MERCANTILE. LAND AND FIKAKCE C0MPA^^ LTD. (Incorporated 1863.) LONDOX, SYDNEY, MELBOUKN*E, BRISBANE, TOWNSVILIJE. Also a* Buenos Ayre6, Argentiuc. WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKER:; STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. Brubane. Office : . 129-ir reek Street R. Sinclair Smith, Manager. A. M- Murdoch, Secretary, CHARLIE MURPHY, HAIKDRESSEK ? ana lUBAUCONIS'l EAST STUUET. FIRST CLASS fAHLOUK. Op-to-date Assortment ot Smokeri EequlslteB always on nano. Taone Noa. 770 and 774. Box No. 262. J. W. JONES , LTD., ARE OFFERING SPECIAL VALUE FOR THE MAN ON THE STATION AND ON THE LAND. SHIRTS. TROUSERS. F Til'TlffaNR H^Hl special make and I -?' 'Ilittlllll iJIKKnSx HRI 4OB% turn op bot ItmillHnlflmUli^' Ridin« Twitt Trouierf' ///''Pi -~~~*wu^n^&* g?*^ strong cloth. Shop by Post anH Save Monfey- We Pay Freight on AH Cash Old*. J. W. JONES , LTD., ! EAST-STRE?T, ROCKIAIIIfTOII.

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Nature Students [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

[?] 'INEZ'': 11 is surprising what material bird* will 'se. '» the building of their nests. Some time ago i nest, blown down by s storm, was found to be made of gra^s and lichen, while here' and there wore pieces of stamp paper, and serRns from a school paper. I don't, know what bird wss thii owner, but the nest wn* the si/n «f a dotible bar's; but round in shape. 'QUO VAD1S': Practically every Australian, i hiii imhi*, ims neum u;*t saying 'once in a blue moon.' but has any one ever thought such a tiling pus Bible. 1 am now convinced that it is. On the 3rd January hri-p (WinLon district), the. moon, well into it* first quarter, waf. for h quart?!- of i'.i lour between 8.15 and 8.30 p.m., of a per fectly blue colour. It; changed .from its normal hue t r- iiint, colour in ai?out five minutes, and. tnr.k' about vlie same length of time to change- bad; again. Light clouds .wore floating about. l»ut Bone were withii; dose distance of the noon,1 and. therp appeared to be noth: ing unusua...

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HISTORY IN SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

HISTORY IN SHIPS. (By 'Junius.') The following are reports of further immigrant ships at Queensland ports. In somt cases, the information, though very terse, still is suHk-icnt, Jo estab lish the date of arrivals: THE WANSFKL The following report of the arrivH' j in keppel Buy of' the Bluck Ball liner Mdiioiri is liijvuji Xiviu LJIU .uviir ing Bulletin ' of January l«tli, 1804 : — ' The Wanted, Black Ball liner, 7u'J tons, Hugh Brodio, muster, authored m Keppel Bay, ut seven o'clock on Sun day i:\cniiitr ( 1 7 tli January, 18U1). She comes direct from l'oi't DcuitKin, wiiei'J she arrived on- Monday, tlie 28th Deccui ber. 1S6,'(, after h passage of only ninety'* 1'nur days from England. 'The Wmisfc] left Liverpool on tlie flth September, ISO;), and from thence sailed to Lireciiock, to- receive additional pa--i uytTS miiJ cargo. At -this port, whicli she reached oji the 11 111 of tin.1 t-anic muiifli, *he look on board :2Ult pas' aengers for JVrt JX-nison. She sailetl lrhm (iiernock -...

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LONGREACH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

LONGREACH COUNCIL The monthly meeting of the ljongreaek Shire Council was heldf on 14th inut. Cr. R. L. Peterson presided. Others present were Crs. W. A. M'Nally, T. 1'. Maher, A. A. Moffat, W. C. Coade, and F. B. O'Rourke. ' Apologies were re ceived from Crs. Gavin, Avery and Crombie. Cr. T. S. L. Armstrong was granted three months' leave of absence. The Chairman's annual report, which was adopted, revealed that the debit balance on No. 3 Division (town of Longreach) was at its lowest since 1925. The debt on the divisou, after taking into account the credit accounts, was only £2693. The hall is proving a satisfactory investment, the receipts for the year being £1137 and interest and redemption £1012. The budget system had been continued and proved a suc cess and the chairman hoped it would never be discontinued. - Dr. W. Farquhar Fraser resigned his position of medical officer and Dr. C. V. The Home Secretary advised that the poll to be taken in Nos. 1 and 2 divisions must be by po...

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JERICHO COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

JERICHO COUNCIL. The usual monthly meeting of the Jericho Shire Council was held on the 8th iastant. There were present: — Crs. E. J. Presland (chairman), W. W. S. Daniels, G. E. Volling, J. H. Wall, K. Behan, C. W. Knickcl and J. M'Fet ridge. The inward correspondence included a letter from Mr. W. D. Hansen, also from Messrs. Rich Brothers, of Oakvale, complaining of the bad condition of the road from Widcpman- to Windemere.— To be advised that the country had been transferred to Aramac, to whom they 6hould apply. The Progress Association, Alpha, asked that a bin be erected at the ceme tery for dead flowers and refuse. — Re- ceived. The slaughtering inspector at Alpha is to be informed that the Council has no objection to the renewal of slaugh tering license being granted to Harry Williams, of Alpha. Tenders were received from Vacuum Oil Co. and Shell Co. and it was de. cided to give each a turn for six mouths. Cr. Daniels gave notice of motion— - 'That the tree reserve minute of S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

fled-tim idtk fodttintt fotak tiuchnu A dose a( nighf will keep you nghf f ? ?? ? ?'» ? ?»????»? ? ..».......»«.**»..» ? « ? — i | IF YOUR STOMACH IS OUT OF ORDER it doM -?; \ s not digest your food perfectly. ; ] I IF YOUR BOWELS ARE OUT OF ORDER, they j s do not expel the waste. : I IF YOUR LIVER IS OUT OF ORDER, it does not \ I aid either the Stomach or the Bowels to do their duty. : I AS A RESULT, your blood is tainted, poisoned, by the j s foul products of Indigestion. This is what causes pains ? 1 in the Stomach, Chest and Back ; Headaches, Dizziness, ; 2 Ix-ss of Vitality, Weakness, Low Spirits, and many i ? other distressing troubles. j S Your Digestive Organs need the help of i I KM-S- i f Digestive and Liver Tonic j£t \ S » Medical Extract of Roots, Bark* ^FML ? S and Leaves, which quickly tone* j* ^^J-^^Jk^ « ? and strengthens the Stomach, fajl ^ro&Sjagafe'l^q^ ' : ? stimulates , the Liver and Bowels /^S^N ^^^BmBIK1 s S to natural, healthful activity. It L^T4J^_ O...

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Farmers Parliament [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

Farmers Parliament 'BLUE EYES': Ye*,, ^E.M.C.,'. I've known two girls who, owing to do ing a man's work on a farm (carting water to stock, fencing and even grub bing) have, as you say, paid for it, although they did not realise to what extent till they became wives and mothers and could not have children to mi*. uiie who a, ui£ ijiuavuiiM e ' too ! Why do men allow their daugh ters to do auch work ? ? ? In hospital I've lieard expectant mothers boast of the wells -they had helpsd to sink and the fen-;23 they'd helped to ere'it, while pregnant. But each one had cause to regret it, for the 'oil-ies iievu: lived. E.M.C.: 11 the farmer i^n't ;-t home the woman has to do the work or icava it, '5.10.2.' I am one who can't bear to seek work such as separating milk, which if left will turn sour left undone when 1 can do it. Do you think I would do work that is too heavy for me when I needn't? When dad's home there is no necessity hut a few years ago my sister and 1 had to, do it for a whole...

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BLOWFLY IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

15U)WFLY T\ SHKKl'. Tlic li'ci'iil Miitcnicnt of tlio c liairuifiii .if (lie Council of Industrial jind Scienli t\e licscHicli (Kir Goorge .lulius) beioro Hip Psil-li-: Works Coinmit.tep that oiite nf tlio greatest inolilpms that entonioln «istR \Tt-iP RttRckinff «t (hp moment \va the lilowfly pest in shppp lias focii'ie'i increased attention on this subject, and resulted in the' publication of btartliug figures on the estimated loss of the wool industry from this source. In New South Wales alone tliu destruction was estimated at £4,000,1)00 annually. A brief scientific treatise on the sub ject, which should prove of much value lo sheep farmers throughout the Com niouwealthV has boon published by the Shell 'Co. of Australia entitled '?' War on the Blowfly,' and ilie information rontaiued therein, if it is made general, ? should go a long way towards combat i'uxg the pest. AJ1 the present known methods of treadiwut^are discussed, in cluding the arsenic' treatment, which re lies 011 i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

f AMERICAN SADDLERY ? \ DISTINCTIVE And SERVICEABLE. The American Style of Baddlery is un doubtedly popular with many horsemen .throughout Queenlsand. And i. there are lots of reasons for this popularity. It possesses style, comfort, and staunch /^ s\ \\r d f\ V 'ess -» certainly inbuilt. tUWBU I C A nni C Uhl's have an excellent range of all this O/\L/L/L.IL. style of ^addJery— Spurs, Bridles, Stir rups, Ijasioo Ropes, Chaparejos, Mexi Kx,,erls in Uhl's factory can Quirts, Bits, Girths, &c. make this class of saddle, and vritf FOR VFW CATAIOGUF can make any type required. UKItE FOR AEW OAlALOdUH. Write for style needed. Sad dle as illustrated, built on Steel Fork Tree, single rig, made of specially prepared leather, skirt lined with ' n?7\ woolled sheepskin. Can be Ajf Al supplied either plain or fully La \\ I f stamped. Mounted with COWBOY (Wl Mexican corded girth, llexi- l|rM jl I can stirrup irons. **?' ' Pi p~| aS-iagg ,r& BRIDLE- @M. As illustration. Stud- M \p...

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SHOW SCHEDULE. FEW ALTERATIONS. ROCKHAMPTON, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Central Queensland Herald — 30 January 1930

SHOW SCHEDULE. FEW ALTERATIONS. ROCKHAMPTO.V, January ifi. A Mpei'ial ireeting of the committee of the Koeklininpton Agricultural So I'iely tvns Ji''d yesterday at the &-? piety's ofliei'd. There were present : — Messrs. .1. W. Nufiall (Cbnirman), \\'. lluuk, \\. .J. Austin, Ur. H. (iood^on. A Diiiuiin, L. 1'. LmidsLcrj;, K \V. Hutlon, ,f. A. Klwin?, R. Cliipps, W. Ilami! ton, If. \V. I'vntis, A. Chi«holm, ,J. Law rence, D. Hij\.er, -.'. J). lonnoi. H. *-? Stenhouse (t'l'Hsurei), and H. Hill (set reiai -). The priiK-ipjil lni»ini-ss was to rei-civ-; tJti; reports ot various niih-i'Ofuinittei s Mr. Klwin-- s.jiil that the sub-conimit ? tee recomiiiciidi'-l iJinl the Middle \ ov'- Sliiic should be includid in l lie pi^ section. It wp.s true they had had very few entries of that Inecd in the ]-a-l- l-u'. it was a standard breed and nhonM be included ?-!? (hat account. — rJ'he re ciiniiiiciiilnl ion was adopted. Mr. Cliisholjii said fjiat hiij siiticom iiiiilfc did not propose a...

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