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[?] NEWS. [?]L. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889

Present:- Cr. Bishop (President) in at chair, and Crs. Rawlings, Pepperill, Elling- worth, Hoadley, McArthur and Morton. Coii ti,'ONENCI:. From tho Water Supply Departmonl, acknowledging receipt of a letter from the Council stating tliat no record was made of i promise having been made to the Council to make a reservoir to supply tihe district with water; but ltheio.superlnlending engineer reports that the question of a water supply for Surrey Hills, Box, lill, Oakloigh, eo. is receiving attention, and that when the piopulation and rvoetuto would warrant it a branch ront tihe Surrey Hilhls nnalujwould be continued on to Mlitehaim. Cr. Ellingworth said that the intention of them D)epartmeut was to reverse lhe natural order of things in attempting to run the water up-hill as. would be ease it It wore brought frontm Surrey Hills. Ho moved, " That the letter be not received, and that the Secretary should- write to lthip Water Supply Department, naming lthe date upon which thlie promise ...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889

Tho, Se?retary reported thut the th't in etutiiont of etreet laips hIald nrrived, and he wisheid to know where they shaould hbe erected. ' Cr. Ellingworth thoutght thatn six out. of thei tti lainpls, wlhich had arrived shouhidd be erected in Hurry llillhs. A coumnlttee con. nistidg of the P1residet,, Cr. Ellingworth nd Morton `worem appoinilotd a couminittoo to   ujpinti?tnifthlJoctioi of.tho haul?s; t

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOX HILL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 20. (Before Mr. Harvie, P.M., and Messrs. Ellingworth, Garside and Bishop, J.P's.) DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889

BOX'.HILL POLICE COURT. l - I"lI DAY, .Ii im ; '1O. ' |led ftrt Mr. olii , lP.M.. i nr Ml...ri. h:o1inor thad, (driiy . ti IoaII Ili' -ou, i v.I.I i.) Wm. Bowen, (n bail, did i li ;ii It ap iipil lih       called oiln, l1 it, . l il A har ,g illl lit , 1in ,h' un1 in Suirroy Ilills, on tihe 1 lill inlt. The BI l.Inch lined lhim .0Uf,, or.it re tl . A yol ing lita i n iimed Robert Robinson, Wis   ' r w}llll ' I l .ll n lllll't l i ]hl llrt Illilll l, +vl ii+ chiarllgel with egt?lcv lltinIg n ct t hill,( vew of hii lhorseO nlll dray. (*'Olilbhlllh, li'iKI i all lilled lthat heo foutld tlhe lihore walllllk iItilln, the !)oenitc ter-r oAdl, nlld he dell e11 iliit, rllliL' 111n1 nilig'upl nioter it, Filiiel . i s . A1LWI.N« CTINTI.I; To NTXLlY. T. Wright "*"» rlIiin l , ll'TTIIiill 11 i'(ll>   T. iiiWrt ltwil?g lh'i lrgld wilh ilthd iitow in it illco nudl cI llf t W ni lir iltolutll t 1l roldI f il lion-i taslklr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889

FATAL ACCIDENT. Ono of those ealanmitliea which cau?to - narrow and aouaaning in at household occurred - ait Moult Pale?sanit. ota Wednlesdaly aftera" -, . astl, when it ia'olth uII?edi Alfred f'? hil d?ttlh umler maost painful Cireia. Th'lie Iunforlauaat yaitung mantta wits " - -' andt higihly-rerplct-d in all pad aalift. j) .ll;aiad u l-t. .-lutia tLai. : . . ..,_,.: tPlewant atal. ata a- n ltftat ,aaraut hen ;awana fI til . t hat a l. la t ,? riat e ur n h in th 'red i t a;l a to the aaidtaa. it apparas that he waia hita a a i tart, thica twia luadacl with h- . iiag alit'?w a \t.i ' lal. ladl, aiaaaal l ! ..in: Ih ati;h ia :ila g ta 'Ii n i: oaf-,i. id sihaf \'llt llt' 1 the po a. In o ldri to g It thel .haft away ftrotntiada poait aa auit have la gnat iaa'waen the hoia atasa anftie lroast and tried to lift . p a lthe ta ia.tl, ien the dia I a' y sauddenly lilte-l tip, !il ithe ntta, cauh:a lIt rounad the necatl fa'ilt' tai ia i ,iii. -\\u ia he tta i f autd h wata s tasaetilwel ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A RUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889

A RUSE.     Quite a se'ltatjot utra cautaed intte ue -little towni of Doncaster one day, iast .cek owilg to it roniotur Ihtviuig bueti, 1!rOilittciIe that Thompson, the bank absconder : he1t1,   ijottlitoi polioc, ivech iititicd, anttt .ettipped whital ott jir aceoittreuttotit; turfy intoaý tDoitca~tet it. hltl spe101, uttnl 00 woeitOstt ltlxious;, lO c01111 ll. lojittet witth t111 Lou. - loinu (11(1 cli e~hnptiuuo Iliy bll t rqecioa (of ,IL man11 wh1o1 tnutu CeLIatiotliig. ab~out IDoill4tetrI theywer Lotltih)lept ht ;ThlotI11tt111011 would ;en.!Q1 11n3 the (Il' 1111lf. 11110 111111 pU" telett\o." 'Thus;)- topjttltjW ct~l;dI IflII it 11Ltlqu rlh! in . all 110 likely, pjac000 thiiitil u tito ' i ttt1d (htor Afttt ai l~uititu a parch they .wenlt Itto an~f oatf 1110ror ~iioi f ithe Dotcusetr_ 1ioleI, wheare 1 theuy footul at ciltti3ltatt i u tilia ~1inl Iot~fIB , ;' leosieots, .hike LThomlpono uIt " the' litW1IOast.l woo.: CIL ot sltuiuntly; strot...

Publication Title: Reporter
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DEPUTATION TO THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889

THE DEPUTATION TO THE PREMIER   On Wednesday last a deputation, which comprised residents from all parts of the district, was introduced to the Premier by Mr. C. Taylor, M.P. The deputation waited upon the lion. Duncan Gillies for the purpose of having placed on the next Railway 13ill a branch line of railway, from Canter bury tia Balwyn and Toniplostowe to Doncaster ?'i. p',yl'j.hor. iln i shih. the deputation to the Premier, said that the people of Doncaster wore deserving of someo consideration in the next Railway Bill. The line they wero advocating would branch off from the Lilydale lino at Canterbury, and would go through lalwyn on to Templestowe and Doncaster. If this line, which could be easily mado, wore constructed, it would connect these places by rail with the city. There were not many gradionts along the route, and the land through which the line would traverse was thickly poipu-. lated. Balwyn was a rapidly-rising town, so was Doncaster and Temtplo stowo, a...

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THE PROPOSED BALWYN RAILWAY Enthusiastic Meeting at Balwyn. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889

THE PROPOSED BALWYN   RAILWAY. Enthusiastic Meeting at Balwyn. The residents of ('anteriry, Surrey Hills aild lialwyn ire exerting them selves in order to get a line of railway made from Canterbury rif llalwyn and ul'enplestowe to -)oncaster. -Phlie in tervening country is remarkable for its fertility, and the land Ias heen nearly all disposed of to an industrious and energetio .population, who are only waiting for the line to beho made when they will 'at once coinlenee to erect resideiidces all ailong the route. In order to secure the construction - of this line a public meeting was held in the state school, Iaalwyn, on the night of the 14tlh inst. There was a argo attendance, notwithstanding the - hat the weather was unpropitious. J. B. Maling, an4 the proceedings S were of a miiost 'inthusii@tic nature from beginning to end. The chliriiami stated that the-- Doncaster llailway League had thought it wise to call a meeting soas to allow residents in the neighboiurlthood...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 26 June 1889

DIGESTIVE MEAl Thils new and popular delicacy abound- ing in propterties which form BRAIN BONE and MUSCLE IOttOOC. "111,000. AýEýC, ,ý~ .býIn~1 ý;ý/ j T So lcCiI 1 11wrn n t",, _ . T ritb piugo hn1rns' ' . ..t44~ V.. Y~t .t t t . r. . ' . , ý - S ý p ý - z I ' f " t ' S t -ý ` ft, x t ir ,, qr' )) Y~~~ ~ ~ ~ 4 f<ah aR ýt 'SY-, ; ' yThV ".,- eý .dyý fte-y,;r+ f...." ir '";1ýýL 5,; ýý ' ý d;',-`t a, * y;'' : .'' w. ýi s (e5)ý% },^ n ý't.ilfs ,ý; v~ t ,ý=:;:";;,,,; : .:; -':,".'2 o the Electori? of thie above llidint.f Ladies and (Gecntlemein, ]laving been requested by n mauny S inlluenlial ratepayers to contest the seal which is at; yout dislpseal in August, I beg to i nfotii ?'ou thit 1 shall havd much pleasare in complying with stuch request, and also thank you very sincerely for such a number Ssof reliable promises . I 1t j ýy1 int it tin p itn d, te, to appear before you; when I shall take the opportutity of explaininý my viewu on all ltmatters lf ttiporllc?nce, I have ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

.1A'Ii'TFULt CO.IlFOlTITN.tl. EPPS'S COCOA. II R E A K FI, .\ S ' Slly 01'1 1101(1.11~103 hIOI1'1U'' ' Illt~' 11110. Itlll I ly a thor.ighi kinowl'1 geu of 1 he Llatoiof1 atwn wlhich gover'n t he aperat ion.(, digu..tio,, 1ljd Inlltri O11n1, ll i lly | nl .IIl'0' 1 1 1pplicati3 f Lhe liln Olil.rtil .oi f wel|.,rn r:lct ul clcoll, :1fr I';pp.? has l'pU\vidhed our hrla inl, Italkes. ,ith tl delilae:ly.*lIvunn'ed haveurlnlo whihh lay 1av- us many heavy doctor"s hills. It is b,) th<. judici,,un ue df inch art'icles of ,lint ihllOt I coI?itutionull flitr 11' 1 1.ill 1 01y 1itlt . tllntil l tllronIl sie. tlh l I'0"iS0 t d IoestI} .JO111 p0cy to liralil. lllundlOll.n. f 10n1Iht. 1lli10;ll ies reu ilo ileg llyt ar11I 1111 u . II i 'u1r ? 19 t attllck whrever tlhelel- an wi eatk point. - \\' may' vecape many? a f'ata?l shulft by kteelinli olur elve. \11 ,il Ilcii'll r itlh pur.e lolo 11u1i . l 13ri rl 111 ourihed Lrtam.y--lbcyl arltcle i. the, 'i?,il ,.,', ce (incirler _.-ihle ,Il...

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CANTERBURY ADVANCING. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

CANTERBURY ADVANCING. During the last low yearo Canterbury has boen in what might be termed a " tand-atill mood." While Surrey Hilla and 13ox Hill have progresrsed at a rapid rate, Canterbury has been content to, i wo mway so speak, "lie on her oaro," and watch the outoome of pallssing evoent. The residents of Cantor bury have evidently bcon biding their time with the view, when they made a start in the building line, of eclipeing and completely putting in the shado anything that has been re.aeted in either of the two places mentioned. 'tr. Helona, 61 ichmond, is putting up on Oantorbfry-road, closoe to the station, a patatial hotel, which will only be surpassed by the Grand Hotel, in Melbourne. Thero will be aceommodatlbn in this hqstolry for 50 boarders. The hotel Inas agreat many bod. rooms, and from the splendid alto which it occupioe, and the salubrious climato of Canterbury it is bound to be much sought after by persons who wish to get away from thle city, and to spend a few d...

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FOOTBALL. SURREY HILLS v. KEW 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

FOOTBALL., SUB?BEY HILLS v. KEW SN,. The above match was played last Satur day at Survey Hills under very unfavourablo circumatancoe, the ground being very sloppy, and, in consequeneoo, the kicking was not up to the standard. From the start off the Surrey hils rushod the ball up to their opponents' goal, and, with one or two ox coptions, kept it there all through the game, having shot after shot for goal; but only succeeded in putting up one goal to their credit, Ithrough the agonuy of Johunson, who had oeveral other shote for goal at a distance of about 45 yardsle, but although he was Idict.king well, the ball oeither went about a foot outside the post, or was stopped in goal. The final result was:-Surrey lills, 1 goal 17 bohindd; Kow 2nd, 1 goal. For Sur. roy IIills Johnson (2), MoLollan, Fowler, l'ayno, Oroegson and Vine played well, as did llUnrdwell, BIurns, and Barton for Kow. Surrey Hille v. Hawthorn, to be playod at Grace Park, Iawthorn, on Saturday neot. The former tens wil...

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WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

WOMAN., The following address was de livered at the meeting of the Box Hill Wesleyan Mutual Improvement Asso ciation on tlhe night of the 17th inst. ladies' night), and as it is of such an mneresting character we give it in full ; Lady President, Gentlemen and Ladies, The subjeec that has been chosen for me by the ladies is one of the most diflicult I have over had to speak upon-so deei, so variable, so hard to classify that in the short- time allotted to me I am quiteo at a loss. Woman I How shall I begin 9 So fickle and yet so true, so spitofiul and yet so lovng, so- but dare I pro coed ? Perhaps we had better look about for something with which yo can coin pare woman,. Shall we comparo woman with nia? ? I dare not,ifor I live in a household of four ladiuk, and there are aio only two of the stronger sex, so I must withhold any such thoughlts. With whaf t then shall I compare woman? With the ivy? Yoil will all soe the comparison for " the greater the ruin the more the ivy clings,"-...

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT MOTHER SEIGEL. AN EXPERIENCE OF FORTH YEARS. "COSHAM, Hants, Jan. 2, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

WHAT P1EO'PLE SAy AnouUX MOTIIER 8EIGEL. AN XPEIIENOH G Or OILTY YEAI?. "Cosuaia, Hants, Jan. 2, 1885. "n My customcre, over a wide country distriot, are not very demolnstrative, and I liave no written tcthnoniali to send; but vcrbri admiration of your medicino is in the aseclnant, anl my experience of forty years auaulros mo tha:t nlo other preparation has so rapidly acquired a popularity, anld so frmly maintaisa its reputation M lother 8cigol's Syrup. (Signed) "TrcAs. II, BrKsg."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

SSpecial Advertisement. SHIRE OF NUNAXVADING. -----:0:---- TO THE ELECTORS OF THE NORTH RIDING. LADIES ANDEGENTLEMEN, Having beeoon requested by a large number of Electors of the above Riding to'offer myself for the seat which bocomes vacant in August noxt, I have thought it advisablo to place boeforo youen my views on various matters of interest which aflect you in connection with the Shiro.e, I am not opposing any other candidate, but as a Ratopnyor of the Shire for the past:twenty years, and a resident or over thirty-fvo years; and also, having, on a previous occasion, represented this Riding, with the knowledge gained durilng my connection of about four years as Shiro Secretary, I think I can be of service to the Ratepayers and to the Shire gencrally. I do not desire to be egotistical, but we cannot close our eyes to facts as presented, When I say I am not opposing any othe~r candidato, perhaps I might be allowed to explain myself. The Government in its wisdom ihas so ordered. b...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

LSpooial Advertisements. sHaIR OF NUNhAWYADIN?d: 4,-. NORTH RIDING. A S the Eletors of the above Pidlog : Having been requested by so many ........ influntial rsteinpyird'to'~6:tdntd r the seat which/is at your disposal I A ugust, I bog to uform you tluit I shall 1ubvo much plegsuro - in -complying with- such-request,- and also thankl you very sineeroly for such a number rf reliabl~ promises.' It is nmy intention, at an carly date, to t,'pear before you, when I shall, take tle. opportunity of ocplaining my vies on all • n lmt4ersof importance. :. .. lhav9 tl e honor to bhe, L,-hicv ,a G(nt?n5, muen, Yan\rs dithhfully, - . 'q.. . SPINAlL. l111RE OF S.UNAVADING. )iodics andGOcntleumen, ? [ 7Iis mlny itntention to contest the neirt c?clon for the Centro Riding of the Sl'ereoir ,f Nuunawading, and. respeqtfully t -li-vSt v otoand inutlence. I ours obedlently, J. f, DALEY. AS.iodli.oad, ;Dllox Hil. 811ItII OF NUNAWADING. B Y desire of many otf my friends I intend Lto succeed Mr. Sinclair...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

BURTON AND KNOX, ;." I2STAl3TIBI-ID. 188?. CARRIAGE BUIL'DERSI .B.URV\OO]D ROAD, HA1,THORN. ]IIIIJCEST AWAr!DS 31A.,]!OUltNE CENTISNENIAL AND ADELAIID) - 4 - EXIIIDITIONX. 11EP.IItS AN) Il NOVATI'G. CIU LINTI ALL DESIGNS SUBMITTED. -···~'.i . . M I ILLINERY- AND DRfAPEREY ..... ESTAiLISIIME:tT. BTATION "STRhItT, ]OX IIhht,. The Ladies of nox'l Hill and Hurrounding LDistricts aro invited to call at N;. & L. COLLINGS, As thcy have on hand a Splendid Asaortmenut of MILLINE?I Y IN TIlE NEWIST STYLIES. Also, Gloves,- IIoalory, Wools, Stationory, and Pancy (hoods. " IJ (hnra NIt. OLov A IrIciCiAI.I. ,'' ! Aspinall & McMuidie, STATION & RUTLAND STS. BOX I.ILL, IOCATL AGENTS FOlR Iictoria bnsurance ComepaU Limited. Melbo'ure Permanent Builinql Socdley. M.utaal lI (fe .,Assuunce C.ompany, iLtd. *'ru tres., I.rxecuturs & C ADgeU Co., Ltd. AUCTION SAT8 AllIANGND) FOIl. W. BRETHERTON, r?rATIO TIBI??T, ox lh.ILL, PAINTElR, GlAZII.'I1, PAPI'?RIIAN.(|R,Iy - AND DECO...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

Ti?m brilliant gathering which assem bled. at the Tower Hotel, Donoastor, on Friday niglht. l?a, on the occasion of a banquet and preqentation given to Mr. JOHN KIvEY, the moember for this electorate, must have been vory gratifying to that gentlemen, as well as pleasing to tlih committoe of manage mont. It is not often that the Premio. can be induced to go out of his way to attend a publio mooting, and it augurs well for the success and appreciation of the gentleman, in whoso honor the diuner was given, to see the loio: the Minister of Lands, Mr. J. L. Dow; the Leader of theo Opposition, - Mr. Muano; and soveral Members qf Par.i liamont present. In1 the adilrosson which thoso gentlemen delivoroel, they referred in flattering terms to the able and dignified manner in which the guest of the evening had conducted himselfin Parliament, and the valuable assistance he had rendered to the LHouso in passing measures which were most beneficial to the best Intoresto of the colony. W hen we he...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

LOCAL NEWS. We aro unavoidably compelled to hold over a quantity of original matter. The Ioroonodara Council is pushing on with the work o! forming and making somer of the principal footpaths in the main streetc of Surrey Hills. The footpath leading from the station to Canterbury Road is being mado, and the channel pitched. Canterbury Road, whichpasses through Burroy IHills, is also being metalled in the coentre of the town. When tlhose im huprovoments are finished, the residents will be able to get to their placos of business without getting ankle deep in mud. Owing to the building trade having in. crea-ed in Sarrey Hills to such an enormous extent, Mr. D. Douglas, Timber and Galvan- ised Iron Merchant, has be?on compelled to onlargd;his already extensiva premises, He notifies in our advertising columns that he is propared to saPlyly tha trade with all the numerous artelesd roquired in the building line, He devotos the'wholeof his attention to the bulniossd, and has always on hand ...

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JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

JOT TI?I N G S. The speakors at the banquet given to Mr. John Keys the other night ap peared to be in good spirits, and they all struck al high key note. When one startodioff the rest seemed to fol low in the same strain. The chair man, Mr. John Smedley, mado a capi tal speech at the start, and put all tlosc,who .fqllowd lim n good spiits. I1oewas- delighteod with what?tho Ministry had accomplished, and would be sorry to see them lose their seats. by an adverso vote, IHe warmed up to his sulbject, and as he procooeeded with his speech the eyes of the Pro iuler, the Minister for Lands, and the leader of the Opposition were fixeud lipon him. They Ihad not the slightest idea ?lhen the chairman com moneod his speech that they wore going to listen to such richly pointed periods and flights of oratory as they weore treated to on that ooeasion. It must have been quite a treat for the Ministors after the medioority and commonplace utteraneoos which they are compelled to listen to in the Hou...

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SURREY HILLS PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Reporter — 3 July 1889

SURREY HILLS PROGRES SIVE ASSOCIATION. A nmeeting of the above association was hold in the leoreantion Hall, Surrey Hills, on Friday ovoning last. Mr. C. M'Dowall (theo president) occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. Tno report of the committoo was read as follows: [Tho gentleman who promised without fall to send us the report above alluded to has not done so, and we are, therefore, unable to publish it in full as we Intended.] The follownlg gentlemen were elected as members of the society: Messrs. P. B. Cooke, Whiteley, Russell, W. G. M'Beath, W. C. Taylor, and Hawkins. The chairman intimated that the next business was the nomination of candidates for the forthcoming elections for the shires of loroondara and Nunawading. He said that some members were of opinion that it was not proper for this society to nominato candidates. Io thought it was quite in order. Tlhat was a progressive society. The energy it had exhibited in tile past quite e...

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