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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

iWt SHAW -.:-. Rrie-strqýe, Geelong, TEA F ,t1,DINNER"; DESSERT, "AND - "TOILET SERViCEb ... Of the newest designs, and at very low priccs; qle agent:foi rtheiNe'h Wheeler And:Wilson i h~ Sewlingi Machins cnes:. 0re qit"e. Cutlery, Table Napkins and every requisite folparties'onhire. : "C iith -f i> rh "} r l -1M;e M .ounce that she h'as RE.OPIEND: THE SHOP .. J-. At the:Corerof : ' HESSE AND" STOKES STREEE¶.:I' An'. entirely, fresh stnppl* 'of'l s ',ods1 hand; and Ast he'stock has been purchased for.~i th' `~i.es quoted will' ii'? ?hcult GROCERIES of thleb b dusit t"'' Vegetables fr ph from the garien 1l'obiaebs and'eigars of the lbest brandsi' .;Residents andl Visitors i , i D' not forgetithe a?;drei : ; Corner of HESSE :AND STOKES STREET. Dr"aper, ,Outstter;l? And Fanily Giocer, tWine andSpirit-Merchant : No. :1 b. HES'E" I S T1i' E ET;. Clhina Glass, and Eartlenware. W. T. PI IDDLE & SON, AN, SCONTRACTORS, ,i"; :B UILDERS. Vlt ?rtel r"' Department. *FunerdlasiFuruishe...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Little Carrotson's Holiday. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

LidIP'E ` rstson s " Holiday Mr. Cutbill was a busylawyer, a bachelor, and inot very fond of children, so that his married sister, who lived in the country; made a mistake when she wrote to beg that he would provide a day and an ev'ening's amuse ment for little Carrotson,.who was returning from' W istitiit'er school alter his Christmas holidays. The boy, was due-at his tutor's hous in .Dean's Yard on a Wednesday; but Mr. Outbill's sister suggested that if he came to London on the Tuesday, her brother might make him spend an agreeable day, and&take him ito see a pantomime afterwIrds. Little Carrotson was notrelated in anylway to Mr. Cutbill's sister, .but he was.the sbn of a friend of her's, and.was.said .to. be an.intelligent, boy, well worth knowing. Mr. Cutbill consented' to tentertain the; youth, and little Carrotson accordingly ar rived at tli' nlawyer's' "fivate"iieiiffi?" Gower .street one January morning, towards half-past nine. It was raining hard,,and Mr. Cutbill th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

CRICK1ET. Thc following, is a iit of matches, to be played during the sa~uiuii by tli:.Queeiiclii8 Uridkct C0lub . Noo 22und-C urio, at Geelong. .' bec! 6th'-Newtowu, u; Quecnscliff. lS8o-ýJain 77Ist-U Ai, Qtuee:elif. Jan., l0th-Newtown, at Geelong. Jan.! 3Jbt-SSt aauls Union at Quenscliff;

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Board of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Board of Advice. We understand that the Board of Ad-' vice will hold a meeting on Tuesday n extit for the purpoaeof taking steps to get7 up the promised concert in aid of -the , prize fund, and we hope thit. theirieffort's will be successful. and .that; their appial' for' such a laudable purpose will be liberally respond n to. Three years ago a similar effort was, made: stpplemented by sub scription, bu°:this yeiair it'iisnot7intended to ask fori the latter. litito depenid 'solely on the poceeds of ftheconcert, which it is believed, will suffice for all purposes. The fiord rPust that the lady and gentle men atetfeursof the Cliff wil come forward on thiccai? ioin' aind 'aisist iitli their talent insi ng a ftiiii for prizes. They will be amply. rewarded by the pleasure which- is always felt in doing `a kindly a tion. Tenders will be received by the Council up till 10 .a.m. on Tuesday for the purchase of firewood lying in; the Gardens, also for pur. chase of about four tons of wattle b...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Overheard at the dl4b-" Do you know Mr. DD.?"{ a Oh', &dijdr4 r woll. ,. KWhat sort of a manis he " " Perfetly onest and trustworthy"sind6 fe has retired from busi n .i . 9" " I, ' First lady : '' Whom are .you taiung with you to. the, seasidei'J; Secondlady'::' Why; the servant, the, nurse, amy two little dogs, the children-and who else 1- Oh, yes, there's my.husband as well:' p l,:.r.2 ? i aiT +! 1 A Sensible`Choice:-=A.: " i:Whatever made you take a wife that stammers so dreadfully ?" mined my choice. She'll never be able to manage a curfaih leetiire;-d'i', see ?"1" 1 .Asiter-makes.hi.living-by his.markapa. pedestrian by his ste@s, a soldier by his arus, a 'inger by h is notes, a ganibbe ! y hi cli4ps c a ,prize-fighteri3y 'hihs blows, while a ifiddler scrapes for his livingli?, .1 l3i -' Alas ! we must part," :as'the teat-tails said when the street-car,passenger took his-seat; " But we'll mee~ again f'as the coat-tails said when three fat women got aboard<. ' ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

A very enjoyable social evening in con nectio, with ,the. Foresters Society :,.was . held on Monday night, in the large dining hall of the Grand.Hotel, the proceeils of which iire to be deoted'to the" purchase of a' banner for the: society. About t80 couple;joined in the dance, and the whole proceedings were lharacterised by a genuine spirit of enjoyment reflects great credit ppon the committee and theinan-, agement of the hotel.for the,way in~kiehh the geieral comfort of t,?i visitors ",wi. provided.; for. The oit hetra, i*i.er the ableleabership of Mryea'hmareV i really excellent, while Mr Hoppeen"-s?. formed 'the' onerous duties of M.. iitl-a creditablehmanner. The ladies as usual were very prettily attired sad p'resentedb very handspn!i appeara , especially when the , ts .were. formed,-.? .;many raried coloredse i·i; {?i i to advantage 4tii + h' hall. Dancing ý 4j'l uch spirit till 4 a.m., when the dancers-·eluctantly took their de ur from the scene of so much enjoym ?. Another ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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What's in a Name. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Si What's in a Name. Some of the cu r fsn most remarkable. 6 xaeiplhd d l' ._& is not lead at all, but a compounil of. carbon and a small Aquiitity oif::in.' Brazilia' grass does iobt giow ii' brazil iand is' iot' grass; it is notlingibat.strips of the:-leaves of a variety ,of4 .tht, paln tree.::h Iurgunldy pitch is not pitchl ad? i s oes1'es,not come from ,Burgundy; th?' gredterf:p-art rof it is ri~esi and piam oil. Catgut is made from the edf:, trails of sheep... Cuttle; bone-is.not.a: bone,, but a kind of chalk once inclosed, in the fossil remains of extinct specimens of- cuttle, fish. Germa 'silver' was not invented' in Germany, and does'iiot contain: aparticle of silver. Cleopatra's Needle' was "not erected by the Egyptian Queen, nor in her hohotir. Pompey's pillahad, no listorical .connection! with Pompey in any.way.?t Sealing-wax.does nidt 'contain a pastile;.of swax, butisa com-. posed of Veni1ce turpentine, shellac, -and cinnabar, and the former does pot:ome frodi6 ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

CORRESPONDENCE. S To theEditor. Sir,-T-l making injuiries on 'Monday last about the unfortunateinan Creech, I elicited the' fact that he is a married man having a wife snd two young'hbilIieii, livingi~ n South 'Melbouzue, who are now, through the acci deznt that has for a'fti iý.pridvd them of their bredwinner, actually .in want of the Sbae necessaries of life. Surely here is ?.a genuine case, of distress, and as such, it should commend our sympathy, none the less because the unfortunate object of it isua stran ger. As a concert is about the only source of revenue for such a purpose that, can be iutfly relield upon,, I feel sur-:that if one is got up to assist this fatmilyin this need the puiblicwill ?ecord it the substantialisupport it deserves. Yours, etc.; A. S.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Largest Bet on Record. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

jA g an atnishin g t h a been ld abou fie large'modnt o n hich ,has been s kedxpothe burn of a,'d Lead~i ,)dii .he heilgJ~ -its pro sperity, hd majny stories told about its denizens' reckless betting, some of its bets reaching up into the thousands. But the largest bet that has ever been told of, upon the single turn of a card was made by Col. Pino in California some years a The Colonel, , eovery one ,Iin ws, at io? {time ,on idere tl e w?alMiest man An Mexico. . Joe Stinson tells the story, and vouches for iss truthfulness : .-"-Pinoand.-his~pafMtnO?.:hýl-,'?'ý oCiili=" fornia," said Joe, " to dispose of a large band of sheep. They got their money, and were start ing J~r h.e,3yhen.,the..Colonel.thought.he would play a little monte. He played in bad. luck, 'anitlosst cbisiderAble' Imoney, wl ich' turally got him a liftle+xjdiited. After a hile Pino said to the dealer-- . "How much money have you in the bank ?" It was flushdays s then, and the bankoll was no insignificant, s'uinifi A...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Little Jonah. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

LittlhJlah 1 ~ I -Mr: Essendon came home from a meeting :3f the Blue Ribbon Army in the best of spirits, or at least tlid best thaitimoi'eye'&uld buy. He went to the bed, piled himself Lbisely atop of it, and forgot ,,his identity. .About the middle of the night hs'i wife, who was-sitting up darning stockings, heard a vobib?from the remotest deep of the1 illow ',' Say, Jenny ?" / ~ f Jenny gave a vicious stab with thedneedle, indi~continued her working. There was a .,ong.qulft, faintly: punctuatedlby, thiefchiiriei of .the local Post-offidce clock. Again that Sroice-"°Say-Jane !" ' llTe la y put aside he6irdk'kani&i earily replied: "' -Henfy, d o to sl dte irf h Anoth r an' loi d~erpurdiia1wfhibh thetick ng of his watch became painful in 'thli'ten-aity of the silence it seemed to be mIeasurin. - .*T':Q Z"" a';Jan 2 what's off?" qWhl yo breburts to besure. "reeied. the petuant wBap.a ' ulqe the ol when first you la down. " .i " ~ "'~A+ain jthe prostrate gentleman was ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Russian Tallow Manufacture. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

i/ Russian Tallow Manufacture.,, Towards the ncd?l~id s)uhmm er '6 h-hed,C which have been fattening on the steppes, if the weather h as not been toý.n' are driven to the tallow.boiling house's ~: here are large courts, surrounded-l 4bhlnl diines con taming all the necessai a?p , tuso a a n'ti them the cattle atre a i er. ; sand ar~ e tied up by scores-in;thc.slaul`hterhou?es Butchers are hard a~works there, ni.it ',ar I day-rough, lon -bearded' fellows, clad in sheepskin jackets, elither breecheisan diroh boots. They hav ino i time to kill theJox scientifically, so t ihey ? odotvi.tlhe owis, giving each beast in its turniohe .trcmendois blow on the loins? wit ?a long hiandled ate. This breaks the spine.:and the animal faNO prone in the filth'~ihich covers the floor, a mixture of b oo d.rai lwaterrwhich-orms a swamp tltW, o no dy?up ill "t t summer comret theca ote ?a_?-: gling and bhll'wmvtilltlie? ul hers" -are-ai. leisure to ki ll .e outright ,rihe bodies are then skinne1 ltnd :A...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Anything She Might Name. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Any?liiig'Slio el'iglit: .Name;`-'-?'? It is,,hardly, credible that), the, United! States Supreme Court Justice, Stanley Matthews, at the bidding of a prima donna, 1bnc turned a somersault in a parlour in the presence of ladies and a select company of gentlemen, but still,it g9es down in, history, that the feat was performed. Some twenty five years ago it so happenud~hat tiere vere; at the same tide taisembled at An ,hbtel it Columbus, Ohid,. Ju'sti .iStanleyr' Mattief-r and other distinguished visitors. That win ter Ole Bull, the renowned violinist; made a tour throug.h: the ,.West,,;accompanied.:by Adelina Patti, who was a yoqng girl of fifteen; and just. then;.making, her 1reputation.:asi a songstress. ...One.:evening,.4after. the enter. tainment at the, O.pera. House ,wnas,,o@er, the whole party,. assembled :in .a parlor of ithe hotel, and, ofcourse Patti,.wM asked to sing., This she conscnted to, do, ,on; coidition that, cach one present would.;follo?. in:asohg or. .stony. All ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Some Signs of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Some, Signs of the Times. In court," said the: card on the lawyer, s door. : " Back in teniriiitifit'.'"un inau m?re.. . " Gone to tlhe hospit~T onith;e docto.' sl?te; On another. "Sitdown'and 'ivait." .-. '~'foe to bauk,", on.the no.tary'ssign.;., "Arbitiation," tha?.young clerk, of :.mine. a'Bck soon, on. the biroker sbook ''•, C.ollecting rents," on my aglent's ook. , 4-. They were, all :too-busy, a' matter :quite? Very sorry w as. I~ had nothing,t: do. ,~o V Then I hied.me hence to the race course .nd every man on the ogrand-stanid found: - L " fi. .. Q . r C!; t f ý

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Only a Pin. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

:r: i1ý:, ·· "Mnyai : t . tr , Anly ditliiilylay In.theslidthine light Of a bright noonda. ': . Only.a boy;.' , : ; HeIsaw that 'pin , ' AndtiAied on.it.alookiintden 'Till 1bo andipin alike wcre:beit. ' Only alchir- . . It hadicno business standini there.. The boy-he put on a fiendish grin, And onwthe seat of that chair he fixed .. Only ayell ! But an honest,one . . , It lacked all:.leimeits,of fun, .: -n And man, and boy; and pin"andu chair, In, wild 'confutibn;,ingled thIre.:

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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How the Bargain was Kept. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Howithe, Bargain was;Kept: ;:y.1 Senor 0., a-wellknbon cdntribiito'r tcrthd' ,provincial 1)esai hfl1 o1Yc2c the rrnisfoi~titnnb't2bL :occupy 'inn .apaitmm' nt ,brýweerli u ný'ccbli'a t-ia ous tbithoge ofitwttamatcui·ihshtrurenihlists' "One playecd the ibahsson ,th ithi'ic'th vibliW,;' and thiir a ncessa t lsrizeti~iiii ' brinlly'intt~·? 'fncd :with .hislitcrlry la honrsr 'r'o 'ridý `ini self ofrthe .nmnancp, heleni moirit 'Avichvt''tC each andf olForedtheutn!' corisic1erablehIuhm'iVii *fl they w..ould' eoisci tado'Jlo rtinbý 'ifd:r'oitch'i * locdgngsP..ýThd ,offcrý 1'aicf epted~lby 'bth' .mnwsicirnsý 3r!A ateek)pass idub'er ;still:1the' nqlsco wcnt; op as befordf'rnSti orl weutittb rth i nmonstr'mte with thbmr ":';JOY6iir oniisk ma'fei chinngo Sous quaittrsite iTheyr i+rpied': $'o ,.We 'hdid whlindil reý*havekltept our irpromniscrt"i1nr f met, we hd'e GiziiriteLlrirpa~lltenti'ýt? i0r1W w 1 :i,, i :,:rin°!: 1uG i ,nn'ur ,3`aftvn sr~iJ :Fd h,

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A Discontented Lodger. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

A Discontented Lodger. ? s id lecr tad big house, and n I ite1eto tý1.vant of three lodgers i l? ? n o ma 1 r al ca . She always B &6T bu er -in fact, she was de termined that one of her boarders sould e av se b m b a' t the S?ttm,, said thiIe butterman, " I should advise you to secure two tubs of that butter. -I shall-have-nonoebetterTidib'difti?t -ill"'e sure to rise in price through the summer." Mrs. k-. bought twq tubs, aud:on hge way home she asked herself how she could con trive to make that butter last through to the. autumn: 'Auli hpi 't?hught.' Shewou ld toast all'the briad fdr tea ndbaiite it~.er. sef; Buttered tosi wast thething Accor dingly, the i:good: wbmani Bdt out upon her' dplan,,of saving., . or,tea theloaves were nicely and evenly sliced, gently browned be fore the fire and very"''getrily "'and''' atdi fully buttered." . . As her lodgers took their seats she fancied that one or tvwo of themn were lookingfor the. butter, so shespilingly said :. .:s " I have...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Distraction. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Distraction:.g li J:,! Seated in an' ~i aibdUr 'r i at ** Tho lovers`ýrerc;ývo shovd'e tao hde` fhaehlie'do eend oon& Rnd hn'a Dcen 'on. SAnd'loves 1itidtmiiste 'ehn piid(I ` PT ; OhGrtd, ý tl erraonll y giief to , re'rl Ter lover·a said and nl t y t kseds i 'j hO y2L i th 1- lI ,"" ~% 1L' ir.' `` ~ qicks:shc rose iip from thati''hat 'silkcc ; idgrotiuecl'i naccetthuo'tt p i'n Ji {; ;Oh GeC~rt'rude, tell your grief to me',.; y? tý,Her:lover saidc; and sioobtly tii'ei''h a'kiisse cf I She answered;," Eduvbnd,';*nhly''dbo'Ifi1 TiaThet you 1iave'hbiurste nlj iiffyPaiiiful" b b iiiter.'tJ1, ! :' t +r tJ "i ":t

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Trying To. (Scene: The City Police Court.—A loafer in rags is standing in the dock.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

(Scene :;.The Gity Police GourbVrA loafer ii ., raG1sis standinglin:thedook') 'il -i; 1 :I', lI.=i ,P ht t'is your trade ,or profession'"i "Prisoner,(in'achoarseivtfc)-"' Iam/an in vntor." "'J n ,i' . .:.I.-.: A indeed!And ,pray, sir,what, have you invented ?" .. I Prisoner-" Nothing.-et,~your..worship; but 'mntrying to.". R esult.of intrview-fourteendays... .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Little People. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

l?l I : it· ' . it? ? of . ~ l 3.f"i' ,with. lik dol11. "ihdiii9ih'r frlkl'ith it "sb',ieailflHa ' 1hersklfh lad 'f Y4 'i'Ye aie' id' Aysii'mfeoT ,,the friendsiipreseitlTpurpioselfy to h6therp'hdr., t{',Ceitainly I am a,lady.?.wl'already- thrash:my ittle on t"f 1:11li'1 One more unfotunate.,.Aammada.,widofv of .considerable personal ?ttraetibtn)s "ITIwaint to `'tll "you sornetJing, Tommy You saw that diintleman.Wwtindiuto rai4fd~ niar'rmib.fh'e Mhi 'room. Well, he is.goingti.your_·ne. papn. Ieanimta's going to marry. hih." Tommy (ho t:reclleEi s'somethi 'oibr'tof 'fieiitsJpa a "i d ,tolead)= "D'-d'oes he kIitit ? I .?,An exchange tells of the'boys tat g'6td?~~~aVen as follows: The teacher had grown eloquent i?? ,picturinghto ,his -little .,upils3 the beanties?If l heaven;:andi he finally;asked.:, k"I;Whatkind.of. Kear-:ohLboy, [ciking oots,.fo flj1eh lP tle boys ggoto nswse teA Alivel lttle our, ,,cDead lones lsoted thelit I'iy at I' li iextent of hisui ''; , : . Th dont like gra?dm...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Crude Notions. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Crude Notions. IBy Rambler "Hettiifilid~1ly "-issouietimes a very g~ood m i/ ih'tf, w 'i ialwavsý .fd lowed without any variation Jit becotiii monotnnous. ~e have nibI kot the ?*i' " in us out he-e that the Yankees haver got, but still I believe we are. imlnroving in this restiect. The Raiilwyh Cbinmiirs-" sioners for instance are mzakrin; gsonme1crV - laudable innovations in their department, and have awakened; o the fait that the railways are coustru'$Jd ifr the benefit of the public at large and iot merely for the displsy of: ired tapeishh an?i ln hungliig which' has 'claracterised thi ,lepartinent Kin tihee: T l r n rgn.they give to visit the sea-side :by granting -onthly returi tickets froni Novetither to March'at 'al',i t single fares is to be.cor ienleldd. This will;I asi sure, benefit us .at ;Queenscliff. To' my mind' it is astonishing:why the powers that be, hare not' loing 'agi regaided the, Qucenecliff line aHspecial (one, and as such, to'have grranted suIch concessions.a...

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