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THE BUFF HEN. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

THE BUFF HEN. By MRS. CLARE JERROL.D. Sam Raw son was generally a silent man; It was only when some especial disturbance ot his usual cairn took place that his tonguo seemed to be unloosened, and then he spent all his energy In speech, surpassing every record of hir. talkative companions, who would stand round In admiring envy of his lluency. With women Sam was always shy; he had not been known to Bay a dozen consecutive words to any girl slncc he had been In Toronto; so when it began to bo whispered among the men In ^ the woodyard that he was sweet on Nora Bleezy the whisper was always accom panied with winks and laughter. Years before Sam had emigrated to the prairie, but not finding it all that the exuberant fancy of the agent had painted he had drifted back to Toronto, where he worked as a1 sawyer on the outskirts ot t'ne city. Opposite the woodyards and factory was a row of .small cottages 'with little - gardens in front, ablaze with morning-glories and • sunflowers. Five steps...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARK TWAIN'S MEMOIRS. A GARGANTUAN WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

MARK TWAIN'S MEMOIR A GARGANTUAN WORK. Mark Twain retains all his old hiir mor — that is, he retains all that hp does not publish. According to the New York correspondent of the "Tribune," he has been persuaded to permit selections from his biography to appear in serial form in the "North .American Review." Although his autobiography already con- - slats of 250,000 words, Mark Twain says he proposes to lie abed In the mornings- 1 dictating the events irfd impressions of | his life, so that no multi-millionaire can- 1 afford to buy such a mammoth work;' except on the instalment plan. -He Jin-: form's the world in a mock heroic Intro duction that he Intends to make his auto-; biography a model for all future auto-' biographists, so that it will live for a couple of thousand years' without any effort, and then take a fresh start and last through eternity. ' Mr Clemens describes his autobio graphy as having a systemless system,' "which begins nowhere, follows no speci fied route, anil c...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CONVICT TRAGEDY. NOT A RARE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

A CONVICT TRAGEDY. : . NOT A RARE CASE. . Jabez Balfour sets out at some length the tragedy of a Neapolitan convict de stitute of English, who could scarcely address a syllabic to a warder, and to • whom. no. warder could address a syl lable in Italian. . The man was serving a "life" sentence, at Parkhurst, and a rpore wretched case could not well be imagined. Gradually his reason . left ••him. and in a few years he was trans ferred to Broadmoor; '-'a dangerous and .ravin? maniac." Such an affair as this, constitutes a grave breach of justice. It was never the intention of the Uench to sentence this man to lifelong madness. No .doubt the ease is an ex tremely : rare one. Balfour sug gests that: the scope of our ex tradition treaties might' be extended, observing' that advantages, tfould accrue to all States if they agreed to extradite their convicts. "In that ease, an Eng lish subject sentenced in a foreign coun try would be sent here to serve his term of imprisonment in an .English...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM SELECTOR TO WHEAT FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

FROM SELECTOR TO WHEAT FARMER. By A. W. E. McDonald. Lying out beyond the Great Dividing Range, and running the entire length of the State, is a belt of country practically unknown to those who have not travelled inland, It is the great land of wheat and sheep, pregnant with immense pos sibilities almost undreamt of, even by those who know it best, but who have, by their enterprise and fore thought, made fortunes out of its resources. This is the country j which is going to carry the homes I of the millions that will form the future population. At present, in this great tract , of country, wide areas arc locked up in big estates, and are not»being devoted to the. purposes for which they arc so un doubtedly suited ; but 'such a con dition of things cannot continue in the face of the growing demand for small holdings, and the land must ultimately be released. Wheat growing has had a large amount of attention focussed upon it during recent years because of the profits realised from it,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GARDEN COMEDY. THE FAIRY GODMOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

A GARDEN COMEDY. THE FAIRY GODMOTHER. Mrs Stepney Rawsou writes in the London "Daily Mall" of Oth August:— A certaiu fairy godmother—for fairy godmothers do exist even now—swept down upon me in a crowded season and cried, "If you want green places and rest, come away. Come down to my house in the shires, and roll on I he grass. That's what you want. You can roll. 1 suppose V' "I fancy I can remember how to roll," I said, thinking regretfully of the days of pinafores. And I went down to Ihe fairy godmother's house next day. "This house," she told me on arrival, Is a perfect hnven for tired/popple like yourself. Even old Lady Porte has given in and cut-her-engagements in town to come down here and roll—like you." • I could not quite see licr i'brtship (the pretty name by which this-lady : is known in* society)..'rolling. on a • green sward. .- ■ ... "There will he wreckage if she does," was my comment. ■ "And - the .Karehavons nrcuhere, and the Baxlells awl Lady - Harriet'and. Colonel...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

consign^ pjgg? Calves, Maize and othci' J?"R.E7:Mr I-jROQUCS to Geo. Wells & Smith, Corporatlg,dnseay,1e Yards ESTABLISHED 13HO. ]{i:i tiiENcr.: ISA.NK of X.S.W., WEsrwis Biuscii For Pull YaJues and Immediate Returns G 1 V E DALTOBfi BROS. LTD. SUSSEX STREET, SYDNEY A T K 1 A L All FARM PRODUCE .jind LIVE STOCK sold to best advantage. Bags at lowest rates from Local Agents I A. S. BACK. Manager THE MACRAJS COMPANY, M25.:k:KET WHAHP, SYDNEY auctioneers and Genera! Commission Jlaents. ' largest Slock of Prime Oaten and Whcate.i Chaff, Corn, Bran, I^ilard, Oats Wheat and Straw always ou haiul at lowest possible prices COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO. CtRO\A/PR ^ ! Ship a" your MA!ZE. HAY oats, chaff VJUUVV^iVO . and DAIRY PRODUCE to ROWLEY WALKER' COMMISSION AGEWT, &cv SUSSEX STflEET, SYDNEY Who will return you Top Market Prico and render Prompt Account Sales FARMER^ and PRODUCERS! Consign your Producc to the leading salesmen J. W. GRAY & CO., suss!#DN£TySE...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

Bricks Wanted Daffodil Dance. THE usual IIANCF. ® will he hold (next fWSNtUiailaj night, AUGUtyr/3u?r^ ' "* Progress Committee. THE MONTHLY MEETING of th. ■ above I'ouiuiiltep/w ill be Ju Id in the SCHOOL OF AJ •in TU KSDAY, 2ni] at 8 u ill. MJ. J. FINN, Hou. Secretary. School of Arts Committee. fl MEETING /f/tbn nhLa will be M held in th/ SOHOOHOF ARTS ou TUESDAY/2An MJOTOcST, 19i0, at 8.15 p.m. / £>. KENNY, Hon. Secretary. Wanted. ©MART BOY to fdrive delivery •■■rt and genera/Iyf (SiefiW. App'y Saturday mnrniud. j PAEKEfe/s STORES, J Canowindia. CANOWINDRA BUTTER AND REFRIGERATING C8,, LTD, A GENET? \L ftl EE TING of Share " holders in Mie'jirnpospd OomiiBtn will bo held in tneSCjuOOL of ARTS. OANOWrNnraA,/^SATURDAY 6rii AUGUST! l»l(j)1_j«/3 p.m. A big attendance iJ n'tpiested, as (he business is to flppido whether thr Company is to be fl latad or iTotj to pass accounts fur payment. JOHN S. PARKER, Hon. Secretary (Pro. tem ) Watchmaker, - - Canowindra P. A. TUCKER has come to s...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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CABMEN'S MEMORIES. EXPERIENCE OF A DAY DrIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

CABMEN'S MEMORIES. EXPERIENCE OP A DAY RslIVER. Through the kindness of Miss -H. Stor-J mont Murphy, a few hundred old Lon don cabmen, with their wives, in. July! went aboard the Mermaid, cruised to Sravesend, and had a great time among the '.jrds, /lowers, monkeys, bosky gladi j, bears, and other attractions o£ Rosherviile Gardens, dining with the Archdeacon of London in the Banquet ing Hall, taking tea and strawberries later In the Grill Room, and finally mak hig a prosperous voyage back to town. The parly included many of the Kixty nighi veterans who enjoy the L20 pen sions of the Cabdrivers' Benevolent As sociation—a charity that hath need'of further financial support. I bad some interesting gossips (writes our representative) with ancient drivers. Bristol Charlifc, who%is eighty-seven, and drove a cab for sixty-five year;, was unfortunately unable to be present.' But Mr Canning introduced me to a fieo old fellow of eighty-three. "I was never in prison but once," he told me, "wh...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

In Memoriam IRVINE.—In loving: memory of our dear daughter, Nkm,ik Melton.. who d<»|»irtgd tyhis life <ju the Sliji July, 1904/ The one we lave^is how jjfidlow, The voice wafloved i« sfill T\ The hand llrayalWvff helped us 80, Ivies iiow/ij/deatlrs cold chill.. InsfMtf'd Tir hnr father and mother. Joseph and Mary Iivine, and brothpi' and sisters. Raturn Thanks. IUIR J. STAPLETON desires t. THANK liftyorotlip' and siptniH and l/iivftcWj all kinzPStierid for aHsisfunoi' a/i<y M\mi^iky fliovvn ii thi-ir lute sad Hujfeavement; espeui.-ilU I Jr. Cahill. ' t MMANTED a block . miitablf for Anvtiilfvifiorl FARM. GEO S/h IHTANTED to SEEL a £45 DOUBLE, *■ SEATED iilO'GrGY icy pm-feu order. Owner £12 cash or , 3rd August. V I <u UJ yurvj i lai jjhiicu er /ci/i/itF* pT>/r«[iiir-1 teumA Btjydrs stablos

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

The vital trade centre. The unfailing index of the country's condition. The scene of Sydney's foodstuff's distribution. The arena of ceaseless activity. The bees that make the lioney. The Farmers' and Growers' best friend.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

Forbes Ram Sales. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, At 11 a.m. Sharp. 300 Longwool Rams. 100 Merino Rams. - - Edward weaver & co. will hold their ANNUAL RAM SALES at the FORBES SHOW GROUND on WED NESDAY. 7th september next at 1-1 a.m. sharp, when they will offer the fol lowing high-class rams:— Longwool Rams. Account of A. S. Holden, Warragul,. Victoria. 90 Young Lincoln Ratnfc, just 12 months old, principally from Livingstone, Monava, Rutledge and Black Bros.' ewes by Bowman, Atkin and Rqger rams, an exceptionally fine lot. Account of A. S. Wheatley, Esq., " Eulong," Forbes. 40 Lincoln Rains, New Zealand bred, 12 to 15 months old. 40 Lincolii Rams, 12 to 15 mouths old, out of Oppenheiai ewes by Duding rams. These rams will be found extra good. 30 Roniney Mursh Rams, 2-tooth, Hebdeu bred. Account of T. A. Thomson, ess., Wagga. 80 High-class Young Lincoln Rams, from best flocks. Merino Rar Account .of Hunter frfaviK, Esg., " Havilaii," " 70 High-class Merino Account of W. H■ ■ M esq., ...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

Job Printing. Recently we have added new type fount*, etc.. to this department which is now iu clinrga of Mr Itusxell Litxton, an expert city tradon man, and wo are now prepared to turn out priiitiunf of all (lfi icriptinns mid of tie highest quality! lit beil-n>uk price*.' No need to send out of your own town. - Samples - At MsDttNAGH'S. IJ A.YINGjimS^iasf'd a range ltl of a Travellers Winter Samples nt a hip; reduOHMiSiy' cash, we have d«eid' (1 tii clear the wjC<)Ut at cost |nio»H. All plain tlflurfl^hsLiidiHa' Neokwfliir and iUiid''i,ul<ithiT>g^& speci ality. CuiiiM upd judgH f»r yo*krseIf, Remember how our last Sample Bargains were rushed. McDONAGH'S Enterprise Stores. xaanxs ri'ivx>T5! i^d »m -moo [)u« .ueu <»)U!maa.disg[u t«H» .\[[<uauei} oinpfd/oqj puB re)tni]0 hiij uuojui <>} eaitsap '^Hum ■ _ ■i9tfiiAv v iti!uiH>iouiy. 'noxxhv a ■|UAOuidy j.o eo^oN Public Notice. Mr H. BOUGEN, Veterinary Surgeon,...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

Small Defects. Small defects of the eyes hnenmo worso, and .serious harm results ft'oni nejrleet. If you liavo lieadii.ilius of vour eyes tire itftor rend* ing, you should be thoroughly examined by an oxport. Mit. \V. /V. Taafth, hpccialist for Angus & Coote, -192 George-street, 8yd noy, will bo at BOyd'i* Hotel, Cauowindrai ou Monday, August' 'i'-iud (9 to 4 o'clock. Hn hiu had over 12 years' practice I'orrcotingf evo I defects, and liis advice i« available free of ' charge, so don't miss siwiusr liiiu on August 2'2ud at Victoria Hotol. Coivra on August 20th (Link's Hotol).

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

Church Services. onrjifort of England. ' First Sundiy in the month— G.x>l ifonp II u m ; Nvrnn«f Croak 3 30 p m ; fliin'iwirnlra 7.30 p m. Second Sunday in month—Crtno-- ^ ttindrn 10.30 m m (Holy Oommurrv.ro) Wo'iilxtucl! 3 30 p.m And Third Sumliiy in the month—Wood •it.i'icl' 11 H.m (Holy i'Ooinmuuiotii) ; Walli 2.45 p.m.; €j&ni>windia 7.30 p.m. .....Fjmlv*!*..jS'ind^ in the month— L ckwood 3 p~rn ; (Janowindra 7.30 p rn. Fifth fcundav in th« month—Cftno windrn 11 ii.in.. Litany ind Sermon; Walli 3 30 p.m. ; Woodstock 7.30 p iu. Kev n FMARCHA.NT.

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

LONDON WOOL SA.LE3. Dalg.'ty and Oo, Ltd., Sydney, !p|f>«rnp1ip(l us on Thursday that they iiuve rnceivi'ii u cable massage from . Iieir L •!!(]'ii Imu«o raprespiitative hut the fi)u:th j-erios of home wool -iilns uhiuh ope ,m1 on the 12th inst. .'lospd firmly on Tuo-day last with uricps for Australian wool* in general practically unchanged on May rates. Hie total n^r quantity available for -jiiIm was 159.1)00 bales, nut of which 85,000 l>al«s wpre 6old for York -hirn ai.d i'2 'H'O balds for Oootin^nt, .liwnving ilvi.tlOi) IihIps carried over to fifth aeries, oponingon September 27th Rabbit Pkins —Sthnte, Hull an^ ifi), Ltd. Sydney. report. continuance if animated competition for all des •viptions, bfi.«t quality bsing iu t-ppcial i*qiiP8t. They xuld prim* akin.s at :()Jd per In af tlio regular sales on the 40 l\ i\i-t.' «»vrsil lota realizing from •ii.id upw.udi. Thpy r->commend u'ompt uon^ig iment, but would advise npners to thoroughly dry atid care fully sort thi-ir -kin...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

Save the Straw. A.t the Whoatgrowers' Conference which opened in Sydney l.\st wer>Ir, several spnakera spoke on the question of saving straw. Mr E S Twig# (Ooivra) Warmly supported the saving of straw. For over three years ho had made aome very big cheques finiu 'Htrasv. One man paid him £ 1500 fur some old stacks. Two yours ago liis oatuu straw clnifi! sold at £t and hii vVlmaten straw cluff at £3 Ins. Hii» ^ Whiteley (G"U-ie) said his strtuv h nl returned him £2 por acre, and iv>»ul I pretty well" oleai' all liis oxpeiH- f. Every ffltitter should harvest a portion of his straw. MrT ■'King'(YV'yalong) said that if pvuryb-idv saVad his atrHi' it would be unsaleable. Stud sheep shearing is noir In pn>« gross at Buttnrlinne Station, wIh-h- o-'l merino rnms have" cut liii'itlH. nf. wool, an avorngD of 24lbs. I3'Z<. p> r . flneco, Tim top freight was ft'lllii. But when you don't want to Otujrli h>) Certain about getting the very Ih-sS Medicine, atld that is t J...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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Commercial News CANOWINDRA MARKETS. Canowindra, Friday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

Commercial News CANOWIN!)RA. MARKETS.. Canowind in. Friday Morning. "Ro-ors, wholesale, 1/- dozen. Htitter, factory. 1/4 rebiil. • Hn©>n, 'Pineapple.' 9.}d retail. Howy, garden, 5d lb. retail. Potatoes, retail, 7/6 per cwt. Onions, whiilpsiln, 7/- ; retail, 8/6 Flour, local, 15/6 150 sack Bran. £4/5/- ney ton. Pollai<1, £4/5/- per ton Wlieat, iin:r.;et declining Chuff, wliolmalo, £3 15s. Muize, 3,3 td 3/fi per bushel Outs, 2/6 to 2/0 per bushel

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, Ltd, Capital Paid Up.. £1,500,000 0 0 Poaorve Fund .. £1,380,000 0 0 ' Reserve Capital £1,600,000 0 0 £4,340,000 0 0 •Liberal Advances Made on Ap proved Securities. 'Highest Rates Allowed *or Deposits at Interest. 'All Usual Banking Business Trans acted. W. BLATOriFO'HD, StYannger Canowiudra Branch. 'YS/I /99 J3 IDENTAL SURGEON. IMr. Horace Jones .May he CoNSur/f>!D_ at the •XanowinSra Pharmacy 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. week days, "ipublic Holidays, 9 a.in. to 12 p.m., and 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesdays, 9 a.m., to J. p.m.., and '7. p.m to 8 p.ill. \ 'Sundays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. only. IBxcept Alternate Sundays, 9-ft.m. to 6 ip.ni. only. Mr. B. JONES SURGEON :: DENTIST, # & COWRA, & & Will visit Canowlndra Fort nightly—Saturday and Sun day. Date of Next Visit, 30th and 31st JULY. Dental Rooms at Mrs. Kirkland's. M I. COONEY, (Lato of Iinpnriul Llotol, Mudgoo). —will Htill rniuniri— - - THE HOTEL - - At which t.lio best. of Accommodation a...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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CARGO. (From our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

CARQO. (From our Correspondent). The weather during the pist week has been cold nnd shmvery, but just now finer conditions prevail. Much sympathy is felt here for Mr Marshall, whoso hotel was destroyed by fire at ail early hour on Friday morning last. Had there beon a wind blowing at the time several other buildings would have gone. The absence of the R >yal Hotel, formerly conducted by Mrs Mayne and her popular son Joe, malcos quite a gap in onr little town However, we trust that Mr .vlarshall will be ab'e to see his way clear to begin business | amongst us again. Large loads of rabbits pass through Cargo tri-weekly for the Oanowiudra railway station. Our annual Convent Ball is to take place here in August. The date is not y»t ducidod on. An old mining pioneer of Cargo, John Odgwrs, faiui'iarly ' known as ' J'ick 0 Igfl,'was found dead in his hut on Friday morning last. The dfcensed, who was 78 years of age. was an old ago pensioner, and hud been a resideut of Cargo for about 40...

Publication Title: Canowindra Star And Eugowra News
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THE CANOWINDRA STAR Published Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1910. Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Canowindra Star and Eugowra News — 29 July 1910

TITIS y CANOW!^DRA_gT^ ublished FrWay Morning. FRIDAY, JUI/Y 29, 1910. Local Topics; Tho sura of £150 was taken ot the bazaar held a«. lin^owra Inst wools in Bid of th<i cliu.ch and convent funds. On the last night j£3)i wiisjalton. We liavo ri'coivod a h/iodbo-ik con taining the prize list for the Eutiqwra 3?. anil S Carnival, which InUns plnco on August 31st. A largo and uttnio tive progiuinmo i« being offered. Mr A M Telford i« thn hon nonrotary. Largo numbers of rabbits nro ■ »lill being brought into thn local . ruilwtiy station oil the train day*. '"YVirih Bros' circus will ho in Cano V'iii'lia tii-iiiorrow. The people of Lookwood -will' regret to I'Mirn tli<U. they are to lose their p|finii>tit and progressive schoolmaster, Mr A VV Muir, who fins been in charge i f the Lock vviuid nohofil for cIdho on two yeiu*. Ho has bi<oh appointed to take control of the public school in tin g'-i-llfiad tjivn of -Trundle,- and Ji-aveH for his new post to-...

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