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THE FROZEN PIRATE. CHAPTER X.—ANOTHER STARTLING DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

THE FROZEN `PIRATE:*. Y W. CLARKE RUSSELL, t -Author of ' The Wreck of the Grosvenor,' 1 ' The Lady 3Iand,' 'A Sailor's Sweet - heart,' Etc. t C .IPE X.?-nAorEca SrTnIeDno Dis COVERY. This hatch formed the entrance to the ?abi?n, and there was no other road to it that Icould see. If I wanted to use it I must 'irst scrape away the snow; but unhappily I had'left my knife in the boat, and was with out any instrument that would serve me to acrape with. I thought of breaking the beer-bottle that wasin my pocket and scr~tch ink with a piece of the glass; but before doing this, it occurred to me to search the body on the starboard sine. I approached him as if he were ahre and murderously fierce, and I own I did not like ,to touch him. IHe resembled the figure of a giant monlded in snowo. In life he must asve been sixfeet and a half tall. The snow .bad bloated him, and though he leaned he ,.atod asi, h as I, who was-of a tolerable a afatý.- The snow was- on.ki aibs?alnd- " nmoustnabes and o...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

Special Notice. You will see a grand display of Summer .rDresses, and Milonery &c., by calling at VAXCE & Co's. Most fashionable goods .at special low "'r:I " ;-.W« J. V ance and Co. Cash Drapers, , Bay street, Brighton. : To Professional and Mercantile Men. " e beg to draw attention to the follow. ingi-£3 a year insures against ALL acci dents to human life and secures £1000 at Death and 5 a week during injury. Pro posal forms and all particulars on applica tion to the Colonial Mutual Insurance Company, 82 Collins street, West. One Thousand Five Hundred claims have been paid by this Company. Honored and Blest. When a board of eminent physicians and chemists announced the discovery that by combining some well known valuable reme dies, the most wonderful medicine was pro duced, which would cure such a wide range of .diseases that most all other remedies could be dispensed with, many were seep tical; but proof of its merits by actual trial has dispelled all doubt. and t...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

S H IRE O F M A L V E'R N. The Thirty-second Annual Statement and Account of Receipts and Expenditure from October 1st, 1887, to September 30th, 1888. inclusive. Amount of Rates levied by a Rate of One Shilling in the Pound, made the 7th day of February, 1888.--5272 14s Od. PUBLIC WORKS.-CONTRACTS ENTERED INTO. GENERAL SHIRE FUND ACCOUNT.-STATEMENT. Charles Hamilton, widening and forming footpath, Toorak road . 55 2 6 --H erbertson, channelling Barkly Avenue 246 11 9 ---Herbertson, channelling Union street ... 62 7 0 WV. Gleadell, metal, Western Riding 263 12 38 P. Rumpf, metal, Eeastern Riding, balance of contract 1887 31 5 10 P. Rumpf, metal, Eastern Riding ... . 506 2 9 P Rumpf, metal, Central Riding, extra supply 96 1 6 Willis Bros., metal, Central Riding , ... 62 6 10 Willis Bros., forming, &c., Bunntingtower road ".. 162 0 0 Willis Bros.. forming Clarendon, Hume and William streets 565 16 0 Willis Bros,, forming St. George's st. St. James roads, and the Terrace .. 502 ...

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CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW. Brighton CongregationaL-3Morning and evening, Rev. J. Rickard. Also at large room in Mathews Coffee Tavern 7 p.m. Presbyterian.-Brighton, Rev. D. Gordon 11, and 7. Wesleyan Methodist-Brighton, 11, Rev. C. H. Ingamells. 7. Mr Carnegie. Mill Street, Mr Scott 11 and 7. East Brighton-Mr Adcock 11, and Mr. Stone 7. South Brighton,-Rev. J. B. Smith 11, and Rev C. H. Ingamells 7. Cheltenham,--Mr. Blackwell. Mordialloc,-Mr. Carnegie 11. and 7. Primitive Methodist-South Yarra, Rev. B. Wibberley 11 and 7. North Brighton.-R-ev. M. Clarke. 11, and 7. South Brighton,-C. Anthony .11, and 6.30. -EastBrighton--Mr J. H. Searle 3, and' 6.30... Baptist Chnrch-Brighton,Rev. S.-Howard 11, and7. Union Chapel, South Brighton-?~v. D Gordon, afternoon, and MIr D. Hamiltroi. St. Andrewv's? Brighton.-lst Sunday in Advent, .?attins. Holy Communion and Sermon-Il .am., Evensong and Sermon, 7 p.m The Parochial District of Cheltenham, 1st Sunday in Advent. M:- ordialloc.-Morning as usual,...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

LOCAL ITEMS. IN the case of Frank Rannock, of Asling street, North Brighton, gard ener, against Michael E. Ryan, of Sugar Loaf, near Seymour, suit for £250 for defamation of character, be fore the County Court last Monday morning, a verdict for £50 without costs, for plaintiff was entered by con sent, the case not being gone into. PERSONS who desire to secure elec tors rights are remindedthatthismonth is the last on which they can obtain them in time to take part in the forth coming general election. From De- I cember 1 to December 21 the electoral I registrars will be engaged in com- I piling the electoral rolls. They will e have to exclude all names which are on the existing rolls and any that have been added since these were drawn up. I An applicant for an elector's right has i to ascertain in what electoral division he has to hold his qualification, and he must then apply to the registrar for that division to be placed on the roll. No person can have that done unless he has resi...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

Special Advertisements. :Oakleigh OFFEE PALACE, BROADWOOD ST'REET, Oakleigh. HE 'above Coffee Palace is now open, Sod and affords ample accomodation for SITORS, TOURISTS, AND ,THE PUBLIC':N. GENERAL, ..: eakfass, Dinners or Bianquets got up' ii' -best style. A Special Dining Room for. dies. Double and Single Bedrooms.. good Library is 'provided, contnaining ice and seclect works. S: Charges MIoderate: . + W gV. CLEMENTS,. Proprietor. J. R BAVINTON, QOOTMa KiER, rO.NT .'-EPEAN RO+., North: Brighton.r-; -: T. PASC0E & 00. GROCERS, GOVISION & PRODUCE MERCHANTS, Corner of GNEW ST. AND POIXT NEPEAN RD., NORTH BRIGHTON. t Country COut Hay Chaff always in Stock. ,Agents for Eady & Co.'s Celeb rated Dandelion Ale. ORNER & COTTER ORN MERCHANTS & GENERAL SEEDSMEN, )ADWOOD STREET, OAKLEIGH. Good Assortment of General educe, Garden, and other seeds on sale b'he lowest remunerative prices. -All rs punctually attended to. JOH N S (ESTABLISHED 1858.) GLAZIER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

Colleges and Schools, &c. M-ISS SPYER, late of Toorak, certifi 11. cated pupil of Madame Madeline Schiller, is now prepared to resume tuition in Music at her own or pupils' residence. Terms on application, "Embden," Landcox street, North Brighton, near the residence of the lion. Thos. Bent, M.L.A. Special Advertisemenits EDWARD W. HUBBARD, HOUSE; LAND & ESTATE AGENT, 17 Rothschild Chambers, 47 COLLINS STREET WEST, Desires to call attention to the following Eligible Properties: Burwood.-Hurry's orchard, three fine villa sites in Queen's parade, each 50 x 140. Caulfield. Best part, Close Elsternwick station and tram, superior weatherboard villa, S rooms, path, pantry, and out houses, every convenience; splendid orchard and garden, land, 75 x 378, fron tages to two roads. Caulfield. North road estate, adloining sta tion; North road splendid business site; villa sites in Orange, Lillinmur, Katandra, Leila and Ulupna roads, good depths. Caulfield. Blanch street, close to ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

. , .'-' / ' " Special Advertisements " PALLOT AND WOODMASON, 10 Chapel Street, 10 PRAHRAN, TWO DOORS NORTH OF COFFEE TAVERN. -T.HE CHEAPEST FURNITURE WAREHOUSE South Yarra, Prahran, Windsor and St. Kilda. How to Furnish a 3-roomed Cottage for -1P- 1. for fnFt nv..h : DIiinng-room Colonial Sofa, with Squab and Bolsters ... ... ... £] 7 6 Cedar Chiffoniere Safe, Polished 1 6 0 Six Cane Chairs ... ... ... 1 4 0 Rlound Table ... ... ... 0 12 6 Table Cover ....0 " n 6 Fenderand Irons ... ... ... 0 12 6 Matting to cover room -.. ... 10 6 Hearth Rug ...... ... 6 6 Cornice Pole and Brackets ... 0 11 6 Slip Mat ... ... ... ... 1 6 Bedroom Fnll-size Beadstead... ... ... 1 10 0 Palliasses ... ... ... ... £0 11 0 Full-sized FblMattrass ... 0 18 6 Flock Bolster . ... 0 6 0 Fwo Flock Pillows ... . .." 0 4 0 Wash Stand, with Towel Rail 0 9 6" Dressing Table . ......... 0 8 0.: Full-size Toilet Set ... ... 0 10 6 One Cane Chair ... ... ... 0 Toilet Glass ... .. - .0 '- 5 0 Kitchen Table ... ... .....

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AN INTERVIEW WITH THE POPE. WHAT HIS HOLINESS SAID ABOUT THE GERMAN EMPEROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

.?AN INTERVIEW WITH THE . POPE. WHAT HIS HOLINESS SAID ABOUT THE GERMAN EMPEROR. A correspondent of the Daily Telegraph in Rome had the honour on 25th October of being received in special and private audience by the Pope, who conversed with him at considerable length. I presented myself, says the correspondent, at the main entrance to the State apartments a little before half-past 10, and, upon giving my name, was at once ushered through a suite of stately saloons to the Throne room, at the open door of which a Monsignor-one of the Papal chamberlains-met me with outstretched hand and kindly welcome, begging me to wait for a few minutes. En attedrant, Monsigno} was good enough to bear me com pany, and to point out to inc the " new spleln dous'" of the State saloons, which have been lately refurnished in crimson and gold, anid adorled with beautiful tapestries,and objes d'art chosen frs:n among the venerable Pontiff's jubilee gifts. The throne from which the Sala del Trouno takes its ...

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An Interesting Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

An Interesting Country. Philosophically, Rumia is the most interesting country in Eurupe (writesMr. Lynn Linton in - the St. Jes'a (uaoette). Politicallvy, things are different: andl if, on the one fand, tie Nihilists are wrong in their methods and terriblo beyond justification. on the other the Govern-. ment is more detestable, more inhuman, moro: tyrannical than any other extant in Europ ;. and he would do a deathles service 'to man who should destroy it as - a Power. lBut, t.king the people as a. ra. whose intelligenre is in that rapid state of growth prolrr to youth, a peoplocom ing by swift sridus to its manhood,, yt stil full of the wild dreams and iDosseibole. aspirations, tihe c.?ggcnwrtions, the ?rt4'kesof inexperience and iammatunritv-we ha-re sub eet matter for any :aount of interest in othr -. cal study and philool.l .c speculation,2 rA intellectual .i!tlity ..,ma-m.ir: tie ,elepoci~l unrest of the momenlt. : ml iu thin italis : certain creative m .,-. , certain. utang o...

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A MILDURA IN THE METROPOLITAN AREA. A CHAFFEY SETTLEMENT" ON THE WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

A IlLDIURA E 1 THE METRO POIUTAN t-AREA. A CILlFFEY SEnT'TLEMENT " ON An :. :WERRIIEE. ?rtck is :,. ianguage in whichl tile We-bes Irgation and Investment Company prcfa?e" their prospectus, an abridgment of which wilL befoutd.l in onrasvertisingcolumse. We gather fi'om : he prospectus that the Werribe Irrgation. and nestmnent Company have purchased a. sl.lennd. property on the banks of the Werribe. Rliver;: rout a mile un the stre:r from then towns.:ls , and that it is theirintention to estab-~ lish ai n:odtfirrigation colony there, which wilfi. hle corduntet on a system exactly imnilar to' that pursued' at the famous " Etiwanda""g and " Onteri e" irrigation coceies inr Catifernr.ii; is Cthe management of whic? the Chaffey Brotiers have made a world-wide' snan:e fir theomslvee. When it is mentioned that feos-rs. iGeorge and William Benjamin Clhaffe;. of the tirm of Chaffey Brothers; Mihld:erand Reunamrk, have a large interest in the Werribee Irrigation Company, the suneccoa of thel ...

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IMPERIAL UNITY. A BLENDED NATIONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

IMPERALL UNITY. A BLENDED NATIONALITY. In a speech delivered at Haddington on 16th October, the Right HonA. J. Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland, said:--" The ae few arguments used in this Home Rule fntrvers which I reodtwithlees patience t san that ?w'hi finds in the ancient wrongs alleged to havebeen done hy England to Ireland a perennial source of hatred on the part of England towards Ireland. Surely, whatever weight that argu ment may have in other parts of the United Kingdom, it should have no weight with us who are Scotch men. For what is Scotch history? Scotch history for four centuries was a history of wrongs inflicted on Scotland by England. (Cheers.) All our great victories were victories over England, ill our disastrous defeats were defeats bv Enghand. If it is true that while the whole of the rest of Europe during four centuries was rapidly advancing in wealth, civilisation, and prosperity, Scotland alone retrograded during the four centuries that pre ceded the Union,...

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THE PRISON OF BOKHARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

THE PRISON OF BOKHARA. T Thle Tmes correspondent gives the following interesting account of his visit to this f:tuous prison:-" Only the Russians know how to ipronounce the open semnne ' which discloses tile Ameer's treasures and clhambers of horror. By this last epithet I refer to the famous prison or zind:n and dungeon of torture to which we were very fortunate in gaining admittance. After a good deat of urgintg w were at last conducted to the spot by the djignits and kavasy of the Embassy. The guides rode on in front, clearing the way where necessary by a flourish of their short whips, and we followed on horseback behind, in the usual Eastern manner of progress. The poorBokhariots who can afford it generally ride on ishaks or asses, the better off on horses. By the way, why call Ishak Klmn, of Northern Afghanistan, a donkey, when his real name, if I am not mistaken, is Isaac Khan? We arrived by tortuous alleys and dirty thoroughfares at one side of the artificial hill which suppo...

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Married by Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

Married by Mistake. Baron de Bourgoing, head of the French Legation, was a widower, with a daughter too young to take her place in society. A story which he related at dinner before half a dozen guests, some very new acquaintances, will better than any description give an idea of his unconventional bon,,homie and simple chivalry. ' I am extremely distrait,' he said, 'and my marriage was the result of my absence of mind. When I was a young man I fell in love with a charming girl I used to meet at balls and parties. I found out that she had reciprocated my sentiments, and obtained her permission to speak to her father. The next morning I called on him, was shown into his study, and presented my self as suitor for his daughters hand. The old gentleman seemed surprised at first, but when I had assured him of the sincerity and stability of my affections, he offered no further objections, and, accepting me as his son-in-law, sent for his daughter. As the door opened I ran to greet my fian...

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THE GREAT EASTERN'S FIRST VOYAGE. THE SEA.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

'THE GREAT EASTERN'S FIRST VOYAGE. TiE Sae.) p The Great Eastern made her first Trans-. .atlantic voyage to New York after a very :successful, but by no means rapid, passage of ten days and a half. In many respects the vessel fully answered the expectations of her h builders. Her vast bulk aided the fineness of a her lines in cutting through the opposing Swaves without any apparent shock. To those -which rolled upon her sides she rose with an t *easy swing and they passed to leeward, f -:seemingly deprived of their fury; others Sstruck. her with full force, but no vibra tion- or 'shock -was communicated to the I vast mass. It was speedily discovered that I - there were two prime defects in her appoint. I 'ments-it was impossible to raise the steam in the boilers. which animated the paddle-wheel t -engines to the full power, and the wheels themselves were not so placed as to act on the water with effect. Thepowerof thcship wasput f to amost trying test. A strong north-westerly l galo...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. HER HEART WAS PIERCED WITH AN ARROW [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

WIT AN?). Iu OUR. HER HEART WAS PIERCED WITH AN - ARROW S.Because she got a bar of imitation Magic 'Soup instead of the genuine, and her clotlies Swere splled. The real Simon Pure has that game psrced'heart stamped on it, and is made • nlybyThc Victoria Soap and Candle Co., Geelong. TmY Ha BEEo MA?IED? A MoNTr. She: 'Who's is so?' He: 'Oor's.' She: •For ever, and ever, and ever?' He : ' Ess, I is.' She: ' Have oo dot five dollars for oo baby, dear?' He: ' Thunder ! no Melinda. Think m made of money, don't you?' Waer WoanL STo Tnyr.-A particularly vigorous speaker at a woman's rights meet -ing, waving her long arms like the sails of a windmill, asked:' If the women of this . country were to rise up in thousands, and march to the polls, I should like to know what there is on this earth that could stop .them !' And in the momentary silence which 'followed this peroration a still small voice remarked, ' A mouse.' --A PRECAroIx.-Counsel for the defence (to his wife) : ' My dear, I want y...

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CATCHING WILD HORSES. (CHICAGO TRIBUNE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

CATCHING WILD HORSES. (cnccAao TtBausEB.) Usually the occupation of capturing the un tamed steeds was followed by three men working together. They used four or five hardy, fleet, well-trained horses. When the section of the country the wild animals fre quented was reached, the first thing was to select a suitable location, at the entrance of a ravine generally, for a corral. This the catchers knew how to construct, using great quantities of rope very speedily. Then near this corral, on the most sightly eminence, one man stationed himself. A distance beyond it, on the ap parently most natural runway, another mall with one of the fleetest of the saddle horses takes his station. The work of the most skilled'man of the three then begins. Mounted upon the picked horse of the lot, with a pair of field glasses, a water bag, and a supply of food, he swings away in the earliest dawn on an easy lope. It may be ten or twenty miles before hlis keen eyes, aided by this glasses with which he swee...

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ANECDOTES OF PARSONS AND SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

ANECDOTES OF PARSONS AND SERVICES. The Rev. C. J. Langston contributes to the AtrgonJ for October an amusing paper, entitled "Hap and-?Mishap," in wuhich there are.a number of anecdotes of parsons, sermons, and chur-h services. OLD-STYLE PSALMODY. A predecessor of mine prided himself upon his singers. He was glad of the help of strangers, and would atmounce, after the second lesson, "I see some musical friends from iRedditch have come in, so that we will have an anthem presently." The custom then was to repeat lines and syllables tad nusei'am, but often with ludicrous effect. Thus " Call down Sal" was thrice repeated before the full word salvation was reached; and the line, " Oh Thou to whom all creatures bow," was spun out until it resembled low-wow-wow-wow. Miss Charlotte Yonge alludes to the custom in Chantry House:-" There was an outburst of bassoon, clarionet, and fiddle, and the perform ance that followed was the most marvellous we had ever heard, especially when thie big butc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 1 December 1888

VOICE TABLOIDS. (ic6coszie, wrr C-OiBATE OF POTASH AND DOILIX, }TO.) a- These boeautiful snowy-white discs are pleasing -i? the eye mnd acceptable to even tho most Senstidious. They are of sulbstantial consistence, .ared theto is no esugar, p:lte, or other admixturo tin them to interfere with the local or general asiffects of the medicin:,. 'Tiho are made by Spressure, and iro:m the very purest of 'The Voice Tabloids are a most favourable erombination, of certain activity. Cocaine 'sperates like a charm. A husky voice is cleared sas by magic in the course of a few minutes by g ave or two of these tabloids. " COCAINE soon relieves irritation of the throat, restores the tonicity of the vocal chords, and efect a grateful secretion. Singers find that eronin health the richness and fullness of the te?ce are increased by the use of Coesrine, and public speakers and those who are subject to eSro throat affirm that it affords them a con iderable degree of imrsunitly on exposure. It. saves t...

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BRIGHTON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, DEC. 7. Before Messrs. Sprigg & Francis, Js.P. AN UNRULY CUSTOMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 8 December 1888

BRIGITON POLICE COURT. PRDrn.1, DEC. 7 . Before Messrs. Sprigg & Francis, JTs.P. AN Uni1IULY CUSTOMER. .Tames, cIntyre was charged. b,y. Constl~:'I Hollaud with an unlawful assault as also ivith violently ireisting the police. The aevideince of Constables Hoillanid and Matthews was to the effect that a scrimmnago took place in the Brighton Drill Giround on the evening of the 6Gth 'ins.t.;, in which accused made an assault: upon one of' the comnmittee men. Constable Hol land proceeded to the man's assistance - in order to protect him when accused made a rush at ivitness, and l'attempted to butt.and also kicked him with great violence o0: the log. With the assist ance of :Constable Matthews he was tihrown .down and handcuffed. during which operation he kicked and fought lihke amadman. Whilst being con veyed to the lock-up he resisted vio lettly, :iiid made every effort to escape. When ;they got him. to the lockl-up, and'just as ;they had unfastened one of the bracelets he let ...

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