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The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1892. MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. (MONDAY, SEPT 5, 92). ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

1. 1 TE. N SHIRE CO INIL oI)n1 SEi'To 5P)' ANNAL 3iEKrI\C The anuilil nietieliig of:thel ,[eltonl Sliire. .ouiinilr-was 1.eld . at the Shire' Chiumbies :,relton ? o'I lnoihil. : ThIere ere Prieseint : -=r I .iattiie, BUiibcdk, Mc1Corkehll ,hbler J-Ionnre and - hite: Ir. 71cPh ,.iii, li.i ine, wl el-eted: menber; for ti~i ?r. h N dIii. hali1in bei dliy si?u, otl ; sat it th& table. C.-> -leattie t 5 .' v t 1 ': to the inllil Cr I tCoil1 tii :I;dil d .Or liubeck secounded th'ir heiirkidluiothi i ailncei for the e utlg iveaier b,,li.ed at :£2k l'ihe..' t hiinil an sittil, :.. ,'-.?t ' '. next busiti"ai Wiis t?he 'elet:gni'f pr .ideiit id icall,+d: for noniitiatioils: Ori: I: are prop ý.?et'Gr Whiti adi ieinit'rked flitith iis. `elli'kitin cr ?uapitye antide xperieiee. fill4'j if!ndiriteitbei i e s in plicinig Mhiiin tli h.:'ir n; Or W-\hite "si1 ti itd e lie oi??ild be fr niore'pleasetitd s?o SlI'm one s?,e ilectedil s .lie iad lids1.h;:f tiw iir? thililu t younger ?oncilors...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN HORSE ARTILLERY [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

VICTORIAN HORSE ARTILLERY All Sunbury members at e expected to attend the half-daN parades ordered for the 10th and 17th inst.. Blank ammun ition will be fired on blxoh dais. A class instruction will be held in the rooms of the Melb,:u,'ne Athletic Club, Russell-st. on Friday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. Sunbury membters, who may wish to attend, im ust inform the Sergeant inajor the previous day. They will &?_ required to Iavce Sunburv by the 3.18p.m. and return by the 7.15 p.m., train fromt Spencer-street Sta:ion. Sergeat t-ueaor Welhster. R.I. \., lj?s again been preu:oted, this time to ast ataes warrant flirer. This is his secttnd promotion in 2 months. A meeting. for the purpose of re organisin:g the locali cricket club, was held at the Mechane:s' Hall on Monday evening. The club was again forntd and the foLllhu ing otli, ers were elected : Secretary, W. Eadie treasurer. .J. Gilherist; genre: al unimitte--Messrs (lilehrist. O1xt.haln, Shiced, ,. '. Johnston. :. r'.mpbJl. H. ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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A MOTHER'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

A M:)THER'S LOVE. [nY D. S. BAtRRY.] " It hovers round the tiny cot Waere innocence doth sleep; It follows in the childish sport, Untiring watch to keep When fled the joyous hours of youth, And riper years draw nigh, It waits to share the.smiles and tears, Life's clear or clouded, sky." L. M. Thornton. - Oh what can equal a mother's love for "a mother is a nmother still, the dearest thing on earth." I know no sight more beautiful and interesting than that of a fond mother's love for her children. From their earliest infancy, with what tender regard will she not watch over her little helpless babe. ,The man is not yet born who can ever thiik unkindly of her who gave him birth and: brought. him into a world. whe- e jos and sorrows are so strangely' intermingled. There are innumeiable: historical in stances of a fond rmother's love for her offspring and the - loiina inifliiuce alihe exercises over her sonfs. What more illastrions. ex?mple could I cite thian that of the ble.,sed Mother ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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DIGGER'S REST. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 10 September 1892

DIGGER'S REST. :' " [s ito'i ocnt OWN CORlRSPONI)NDRT Fridays The: arindic-ap Sparrow' 'Shoorting Contest, as advertised to take place herie last Saturday, 3rd inst., at the Oral Hotel unforthnately turned out a fiasco, as onli two of the pronmised competitors t't[fe up so it wias decided;to let it stand over ad a subsititute Wsa inritroduced'in the. shape of thliandicap sweep, whi h resulted in a diuide between the; Messrs Allison Bros' and Master A.. Coburn, the latter being hi'ghl eulogisedoj r the splendid stand 'he made agaiist such doughty opponents,. and hihlias proved himself p sseseed of the qiualities required, with prsct:ce, to beooniea efficient marksman. W- hat miht have resulted in a serious accident tcicurri d to lli Parkins of Sun bury lst. Sunday, 4th inst. Whilst pro teeeirig along the- Castlemaine-road with twohorses in a buggy, he was met by a _uoplef bicyclists at which the _horses took frightL and commenced plunging violently, smashing the pole, but fortu natel...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

(TO THE EDITOR OF TH SUNsVRY NEWS.) Sir. 'Vill you allow me to remind the rate payvers of the \Wet Riding that next Thursday's pill will dclose at 4p.m., and not at 5p.m., as notilied for stveral necks past by advertiscuiemnt in your paper. Unle ss the ratepavers be aware of this fact, many.frm ilh,l.en and othur out lying parts.of the riding may deiereoming in to vote till between 4 and 5 o'clock, anm Nwil! consequently be.disfranci:ised. lYours. &c., Aktqipa yer.

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

NEWS AND.NOTES The end of our interesting stoiy,! entitled "Mr Mornell's Lodger" will beh.: found on the fourth page . : It was contemplated that _on. Thlirs. day a 'meeting of the. Bidla. Shire Council would be held for the purpose of.r electing a president for. the ensuing year, and executing any other business. However, although there were foir members in close proximity toy the. hall, which constitutes a quorum, .the meeting did not take place. The why's and wherefores seem to us in total ob-' livion. The Sunbury Quadrille. Assemby in. _\. tended holding their social on Wednes-?. day evening, but owing to-the musiciani, failing to put in an appearance, it Wtia;: postponed to next Wednesday. Mr Sharme, line repairer, has received instructions to connect Sir W. J. Clarke's country residence, "Rupeits- - wood," with the railway-station by telephonic communication. Operations are actively being tarried out in thi' direction by Mr Sharpe, and the work will be completed at an early a ...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Sunbury News. "Be Just and Fear not." SUNBURY, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

S"e /lust and Fear not.'' SUNBURY, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1892. IT will be remembered by our readers that some little time ago our Diggers Rest 'correspondent wrote, stating that a meeting had been held some feW months previous at the Oval Hotel for the purpose of establishing a branch creamery in coninection wit th teRomsey Creamery Company. . This body had a representative present, and after re iceiving 'the pledges of support from a number of farmirs around that district it was definitely decided to commence a branch factory. A site was selected and the material for its construction conveyed to the spot, but it seemed, at the time our correspondent communicated with us, that this was as far as the matter had been gone with. At the time in question we remarked that we hoped the day would not be very far distant when a butter factory would be flourishing at Sunbury. We also sug gested that a public meeting be called and -expressions of opinion obtained from the farmers on the sugg...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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MACEDON. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

MACEDO N. [Fnom oUR oWN connssP.oYD.rT Friday. On Saturday ifternoonlast the funertA of Mrs James O'Brien, widow of the late Mr James O'Brien, of Upper Mace don, took place in the Gisborne cemetery A large concourse of mourners followed her remains. The Rev J. J. Gallivan conducted the burial service. Dog poisoning.appears to 'be becoaing a prominent practice here lately. ,'r McDonnell, our local station-master, lost a very valuable dog through thie means last week. lMr Chas. foggex also k St a prize dogp, -while sever*l other persons have loht their canine pets. Most of the ?dogs poisonedl are, I an in formed. regist?:ed, :an it is ,also wort.?y of notr that trile n'most vahable dogs are becoming tre victims. The local cricket clnb have starte-l practic:e auain, and with a it;tle-care will soon be back to o0l form. Their annuiml general meeting -ill be held c? the .ir a of October.

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SUNBURY CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

SUf'BURY CURICKET CLUB. A meeting of the Suibury Cricket 'Club was held at the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday evening. There were present :-Messrs W.VEadie (secretary), WV. Campbell, Lane,,J. Gilchrist,'Oamp bell, J. T. Johnston, J. Rigg, E. Camp bell, A. Foster, A. Hammerly, B. Camp bell, A. Butler. "Mr.. W1 Campbell was voted to the chair. :The secretarty was instructed to ask for theuse of Sir W. J.Clarke's matting for playing purposes. If the request be not complied with the secretary is to obtain a piice list-of matting. It was agreed to leave ethe arrangement of the first match to the match com mittee. The secretary expressed 'a wish that all members pay their mrembership fees on or before the enld of the month. Mr Lane deemed it ?expedient to -select colors for the club. Mr B. Campbell proposed that the colors be blue and white. It ?'as decided to adopt navy 'blue: and white colors. -It was - resolved the , secretary !pur chase a dozen navy- blue silk handker chiefs. The. ieeti...

Publication Title: Sunbury News
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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

FOOTBALL NOTES. The match between fhe local jnriots and Riddells' Creek on Saturday week, resulted in an easy victory for the former. The home team played a splendid game and were rewarded by securing fonr goals eight behinds to their apponents one bchiud. A match was played here last Stur- day between twenties representing Sun burr knd Gisborne. which added another victory to the home teams, already un beaten record. They showed to the lore from the commencement of the game, and defeated their apponents by :five goals eight behinds to four behinds.

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SUNBURY POLICE COURT. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 92. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M). DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

93t1N L U.RY 'POfLI CE ' :COUT T. "WCdnesday, "Sept. : 4.'92. .(Before iiajor3Bartrop,'P.M). DEInTA. Patridk Sweeney snedRTobert Stabbord ffor £11 '18s,money due for board and lndginrig The defendant admittedowing 2.L10 4s, but denied thee'bdlance. Patri?k Sweeney (plaintiff) stated that lhe was the proprietor :of the Sir John IFranklin :Hotel, Sunbury. 'The defend ,ant owedhliim the amount claimed with the rdeduction of two .days for which he -would be willing to allow 5s. Defend a: nztt was-stayingat the hotel:from the.2und Hof April to : 2ad of July., ?lajor ,artrop said the account would: inow he. LJ .13s, that was -by takiu}g 5s' (off for..the two days of =the last "'week_ d- efendant was staying at thehotel Witness to defendant.-: Served him: ((defendant).with a.trUiecopy of account. . Alsorieniember furiiihing him ,with a. lbill for £13, but £rf4s w..s owing-for tdrinks. To Major Bartrop : The driinks'were mnot partaken of with meals. Witness, continuing : Defendant said, -n ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents.—Ed.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUNBURY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

CORRESPONDiNCE. We do -not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our oorrss pondents.-Ed.] (TO THo uD1TO 07 THna sOUNUrY NUWs.) After reading the report of the Melton Shire Council Meeting, held on the 5th Sept., re the election of President, I notced that Cr Beattie objected to Cr Bubeck being appoi tted. Perhaps he wished the appointunelt himself; but went on to say not that he had any -objection to Cr Bubeck but he d;d not want a re petition of the past year's events in the council-what did he mean ?Was it because the last President should have asked Cr Beattie's sanction to take the chair, or because he spent a portion of the ratepayers' moucey by providing light refreshments for the council.ors at the. meetings held ,once a month ? The President's allowance is voted for his special use during his term of office to do as he pleases therefore -I thought-my self justified in what I did. Cr Bubeck had no ambition to accept the position after what he had seen meted out b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

JYEALTU, ETI5EO(a:'H. ND J VIGUOR s Rt.fit)n oi~Eir b ti e use of The only :ultailbla enicdl for nervous or sexual leed for a quarlir of a iuit rtu a ioh unparalleled and un; reae lctlcd ýito't' boo-r iuo: tJih orld. flt. ItlilitiS FISE 'Sl N ItI,; restore- tanc. hoetd to the maoot sol'-ttrred anti deilittattd cotlititu 7iono, fromn wh:tu-'cr -o . E artiti. in flour wrtiL.d. Ftiinro is iii!) .sd-!e if ituac ru utudug to the plrin:tdi dhitchctjoati, n itf t r-- it-aer s toatt and rniuirn no ttaatraint or titidraitto froiti his-itt 1-7. This valuabloe vet ]yi iTuI ri2a; lf aIld ennanently aired all who stiller outti o-orn antdi ltihir if lt, ni:rvotis notdiui-:ular tbeiast, ipennonorro u r ni , and all urinary detiotito whlui -atu-e- in apacit- aitd do. -cne:acr, toati or p'.tltt. prod l-siolnnd nt vtry outer cxhieuoire der.: ms.'.tot o: the svsiena, re -oliertliia all the ;ispociant edlctittig of the bunian ýroo e, and &nablini mitan to fulfil his most Msirald oblihiaciona. i...

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MR. MORNELL'S LODGER. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

;IHAPTI R 11'. '" ( l: t PTE;t: IV. Aiaa wold prove, anddasi hisspoech pro : s ?ied, the effect on Mloriell-whiat :- aver weight it might-hare hd it:-i h the : ris?ner---was terrible.- It b.aRin jI ilner wld pla-tiaiervistreach sui'..eding:snteuc.c iat.t he: ill-goitktn, booty,-peru'erd .by 'the Ilri.roneic 'aas the identical treasure .iow "yig in Abbiotsford Socti--bhoty.whiici i., hidb.n^ wiiifithin a ace +ising.s : Stime .tcitiesses were called, ti. lrl. -ioneri ech chase saving t-hat he had. ie qucestions' to ask, : -anti when he hwas -ca:ltd '- for -his (defece,-: he- cast .rou?i!;d i i ariwglance of intense tanguish. . ".. '. ;d, he btean, "as \ilhat I have' ',to C - ili.belequivalent to a. confes.ion. of: igult:",I feuarit isio'foito "sa for me to ppealh to iiec`truth': S?Star as I can -?_recall the circumnistanices 'li n account is qiite correcty buit I cannot rein ember' : nunuhof lh at piased. I` have suffered "l.-o?lr vi : ecsiis'.i ,ik and at ttmes fits n.if l?si of.memo...

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RATEPAYERS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

.RATEPAYERb' M E'P1TIN(G. A meeting, of ratepayers,'for the pur pose of considering the sub-division of the West Riding of the Shire of -Bulla and other shire matters was held at the Mechanics' Hall on Monday -evening.i The attendance was very'fair and Mr WV. Eadie was voted to the chair. He called on Or Starkie, who -was present, to in form the assemblage the object of the meeting. Mir Starkle, who was received with ,cheers, said the chief object of the meet ing was to consider a notice of motion by Or Loeman to the effect. that. the West Riding of the Shire of Balla be` divided into two ridings -viz. the West and Central ridings. He thought: Cr Loeman's conduct most extraordinary and tended to show that it was for the purpose of avoiding a contest when his term expires-in 1893. The scheme could easily be upset by the presentation of a large counter-petition to -the Governor in-Council, opposing a sub-division. It was not a right thing for Cr Loeman to attempt in the first place, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

tVolies - THE -Sunbury News PUBLISHED EVERYSATURDAY = 1 T, . &11T SB All the News of the Week, 3d PRIGE 3d 0o Po.:cd to all parts of the AUSTRALIAN S COLONIE S FOR OR DELIVERED FOR 3 3 PER QUARTER :" PRICES OF CASH SADVERTISEMEN TS: W:: : anhed Servants 16 words ?l 0" =Wantied' Sitnuation ,, 0 To Lot House ,r 1 0 Doard & Residence.: ,., ,, 0:: : 1. Wanted to Buy ... ,, , ;:'i 0 Wanted to Sell ...o :.a,,:., .1 0 : For Sale ... . ..,, ,, 10 Tenders ... ... :,, , 2. 0 Notices . . ... ,, ,~ 2 0 Meetings ..... .0 Lost& Found .. , ,, 2 0 ;Other advertisenents per inch ,, ,, 3 0 Standing Adve tisments at Resonablea . Rates as per Agreement., -GENERAL-- - - Ev ry description of PLAIN AND .-I. I TNG PRINTING IN ALL COLORS '-.-. THEATRIC AL PoSTERS SHOW BILLS Expeditiously Printed Circulars Posters :{' jE-: ! - :.·.: ?. ' Billheads ,Handbills c Programme. Labels, &c; Lhn Roafxdmau & Son. :·:::~ 'I·:lil~~l:i I . : · . t: & FREE LIBRAR-Y. SUNBURY....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 17 September 1892

?W. CL.A YTON, Painter, Paperhanger AND S: C-LAZIER' ' . All trade materials kept on hand at <MELBOURNE PRICE, S. ... - . ... - .. .: . . 0'S Ian assy Street, SUNBURY. 8. EflWAUB , B.:EAD DELIVERED IN WEDNEBDAY -I:· EVERY : 9: Orders Taken for Pastry & Cake. J. WILSONP GROCER AND GENERAL STORE-KEEPER, EVAN STREET. OPPOSITE NEW POST OFFICE. All goods of the best quality. Families waited on for orders SW. 3. Parkin. UNDERTAKER, GENERAL CARRIER WOOD MERCHANT. ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO JACKSON AND HARKER STe. SUNBURY. J' p. MOUNSEX, MACEDON STREET, '.BLACKSMITH WHEELWRIGHT HORSES COAREFULLY SHOD. CO1TFEE P'LM ACZ, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION For Faniheqs, nud Visitors. Ciarges Ioderate.' Georgei Bar nes, Proprido'. Busuiess G. S. Matthewi s. SY DNEY S'£REET, YARPR A VLE, Builderand ContraItor Estimates given for every description OF WORK. PLANS and SPECIFICATIONS Prepared. Collages Built, small Deposits, balantce -as Rent. All Communications will receive prompt alltenl...

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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

C O M M RC IA L. MIEL.BOURNE OtAiN MARKET. Messrs Goldsborough Mort and Co., Ltd., report having offered at their weekly sale on \Wednesday 26104 bags of all descriptions of grainl to a fair attendance of buyers. Wheat realised from 3 11 -to 3l 1 for prime milling. Oaus still continue very dull of sale : we quote 2 1 for medium feed up to 2 :3 for stout. Barley ruled from 2 6 to 2 9: for inferior to medium up to 3 9 for prime Imalting. Maize. 2 6 to 2 11. Peas. 2/8; and bran. 10d1 bushel. The New Zealand Lan andl Mer cantile Agency Co., Ltd., held their usual weekly sale of grain on Wednes day, when they submitted 5485 bags to a good attendance of trade. Wheat was in moderate request and they sold the bulk-of the offering;. Good-milling fetched 3,11, no prime being offered. Fair sold at 3j10z, and off parcels from 3 3l to 3;9 , and 3 10. O(ats were quiet, and the bulk of the offerings were passed in. Algerian brought 2"- and stout. 2,2. Barley was without life and little business wa...

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THE POINT-TO-POINT STEEPLECHASE. SLOPPY WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

THE POINT-TO-t OINT STEEPLfECHASE. SLOPPY WI\.THER. The above steeplechase h:,ich. under the auspices of the Mdhoarne and-Oak lands Hunut Clubs, has become a yearly event of more than passing ititerest; took place on Wednesday- afte rioon. The weather during~the mori1'ug-was prom ising fine, Which: deceptive . indication lured many people out w'ithout even their great-coats, for,-before the race commenced the rain began to fall and continued without cessation throughout. The attendance was large, a large nunm 6f lpeople from Sunbuily,I 'Bulla and surroundings, taking advantage of what is ;ow fairly? considered' an annual treat. .Tli iider? of the differenit horses and a uimiiber of idfflies antd gentlemen were entertiined t??y ~ Mr and: Mrs Croker previous to the start of the race. Of the 21 hoirses enteried'19 face ithe turter; the top weight c_-ornet (13st) and Bob Sawyer (10st4 121b) being tle absentees. Mir glarrie Smitli acted as: judge.. To lMessrs'-R:_ G. Stevefisoff and Will...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Sunbury News — 24 September 1892

NEWS IN BRIEF. The weather on loin, to press was cold with indications of rain. The election for the West Riding of the Shire of Bulla caune off on Thursday. The polling ias very close. And Mr Gellie was returned by three votes. Mr GelIie polled I 01o, and Mr Evans 106. Mrs T. Millet was robbed of £10 on Monday night. A horse, saddle and bridle, were also taken from the pre mises. The thief is still at large. A very enjoyablh everning was spent at MJr Anderson's private residence on Thursday last. The occasin was a "send off" to Mr .amnes Att.,rsoun, junr. who is leaving Siut Ibury to till an en gagentent in C olae. The evenilng was spent with siongs ilnd ga:nes, etc. At 11..30 o'loch a spread wmi proriled et Mrs \Amh.:'tn. The table was laid out with lneatneltss udlleliaev a:ad t, the satis fIetion of the demanduI s f tlt i:t:'r man, whiih thie 'ol, weather has a tend.ucy to ntak s umewhat a.et silg. A few - toasts were htonret . Although the weather was disareeable .,uit of doors;...

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