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SELF-SOWN FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

SELF-SOWN FLOWERS. Where Nature is allowed a free bund — i.e., where the plants flower aud shutter Ihe seeds around, and they in? permitted to -;r-w —the plants are invariably stronger than when sown by the bud nf raw TTxro is more than one reason for ftm. In the first place tbe seeds scattered dirwt from the plant are now and good, bat Ihoen prtrrhasoj are not always «o. Again, Nature kows n-'ten the ero'ind il in the beet po-'ible condition for their reception, so far as tbe seaBon is eonoerued, and 'when this happens a spring display of annuals is ensured. Tbe beet time to sow is bb Boon as the raw crop ia ripe. There are in many £urdens now more ?elf-sown plant* than nnul, or, at leant, there were. Probably many of thn-e have now been dp^royed by the spade or fork, but if any have men left they will mik* much finer plants in the spring than anything wa can sow. Of ennne, it is only the baHy things which survive a never* front. Not only annuals, but btunnlalfl and perennials seed...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ESPALIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

ESPALIERS. Espalier* for frnit trem ehonld bo Oft. high. This gives room enough for -i pr-pnr development, bnt when troea ar« limited to t or 4 bnoohee on each eidn, in a few yean. they are worn ofl-: by the Fevers nrnninir netwsarr io seep mam wirnin bonuns. Uirethe treenroom enongh, and they will annually produw a paying crop ; bnt corfiuo them to a limited Rpaoe am! they scon ir-i oat of condition. When properly on-.nngM, the r^pLlier pyptcm is an cxcellout ou.- for apples or pojrB, but it is not no wrll ndipt.il for stone fruits. Thus it does well for frime berries and red cmrnnls, which hear cbietly on the yonng wood. All thn fine dewn gooeeberries sbonld be grown on nrpalicm Io get well-6avoured brrrirs. T!:i. larcc Lin caehire Tnrieties frmwo in n.«q u-'ny nrt-. many of them, tnperior in fl.iroar to 'be small berries which thos' who kno-r no bet ter Hill continuo to grow. )ni a wArd more about pruning old-e^tabli^hc^ o^nlier fruit tr««. Every pnmrr should kniir what to aim at...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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HOMETHING ABOUT SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

HOMETIUNO ABOt'T SEEOS. Wo cannot, as Shaknpfn; bai it. liok int.-' the future, and pay wh:cT, aeoHs «-i!l ytnv and wbiuh will not, bat wr riu Ho the nei: best thiog, and b-iv the l-o-l ?.mis »onn ?ret, aod at tha h^mnninir ^f ? r.cir Tcnr it Hi grtitffauy Df i —tuy u» r*VfrrbBUI tlie aueil. irawors and make nut a li«t -,f x.rm » ed«. I menlijn Ibit oi* bpr«a«p »--0ie pf^p'e hav^ au iJd old mdj v* hMm. Ru: if tU peed* were new, or btvlr eo, wS«-n pnr cbu«], aod haJ -x-n k-p* l.v *i ... .o, :b-- greater part of -b* w^-ls |-.ir l..i-l la-t season will prrini* ? rrlU'.lr rr. y. jrii tl:'«- We b«ve anj il--ub: «t-Mltj3ljr br t- Vjil !,j Bowing, «*y, 100 aoda In » r-it *??' plidiii.' in a warm pnwiion anywhere n'.i ll.jj v.-t- mlnate. Ootana will rnw at* w.-'.l 'li^ vxond year as ibt first, as will al-o Ick'. -h\ Up;, Browels pprouts, tnrslns, ra-ii-h«, in1 l.t tncest ana most of the hardy vycubV.?. Most people buy twice as taany prods n» tLey require and sow more than twice aj ihi.-k »'...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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ASPARACUS. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

ASPARAGUS. A°paragn« WA- habitually r»ciit» g,v.,\ dreicmns with wcll*docayed tntnure, the man liberal the tuttm-, especially where vparaguf ii grown m mwn acrot-« q-iar'.crfi, Wh»n the latter arc manorod jimply p!i« it npou tbe itirfaus. In bcd.- dljr out n..ii from the alley* botweeu tttni. aod rut it nsatly upon tbn msnurc so a« tj fLiirdy cover it over.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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BROCCOLI. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

BROCCOLI. — Broccoli for hearting it bear, prp-crmd daring winters by what is known a* 'l.rclinif' them over. The heads of Ibo plant- are t-i bo laid towards the Ban. Dig oat, tlmrufor*, a ?pit of soil from noar the ban9 nf ta-:h plant od its more sunny Mde, tben plarc tuo hpau^ into the ground on its opposite pido, and wiih the aid of it and tho fuot f.rco it ovur, »o that It lies upon tho Kround. Tlii. dour, dig up more noil and lay it upon ilio 'loin up to the collar of each plant, and a liulo extra upon the roots. In »ui;h p?titicn th.jr withstand the hardest frosts »ml he.irt in well at tho usnal t:me. Ewn pliotil.l .s. couively mvere weather O3;ur tVy arfilni', moreover, placed in po^ili^ a vrhtiro litter can alio be strewn over them.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To Our Subscribers. A NEW QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

To Onr Subscribers. A NEW QUARTER. Our subscribers who pay regularly, also those who do not pay regu larly, and thoBe who do not pay at all if the.y can help it, are ad vised that the 1st quarter of the New Year bpgins with today's is;uo. All subscriptions are now due, ond prompt attention, more particu'uily by those in arrears, is requi'Rt-n1. Our collector, Mr. B. Morr.K, will be at Robertson and Bunawung this week, and in other parts of the district after wards ; give him a hearty recep tion — mid your subscription. Re duci (1 Eli' scription — 2a per quarter. ThR Ale' Vi's'ippa of Canterbury «n6 York have adiised ihe clirgy to influ ence both eniployeis H-:d fmplnycd in ihe engineering trd--s to act in a! bpirit of brotherhood. j The rnilway revenue for New Year's Day hhows ft slight falling off as com pared with lost ypftr. The tramway traffic was satisfHCtfjj^' '''?^-^

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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WINTER CUCUMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

WINTER CUCUMBERS Winter cucumbers mu«t be krpt p-rwirK to insure permanent Lealth. gyriojfe them betimes each day with tepid water, and do not let the 'oil. So , ia the rtcini*y of pipes and floes heroine too drv. A« ilm «Vin..-- grow pick . 11 all tendril?, »i3 ho ttem tip in fiYonraple i»-:ticns to receive all the liiii.t poteible. Maintain a temperature of rixtj- to sixty-five degrees, permitting sun heat, wtcn it occurs, to raiBO it to seventy degree' or above, taking adrantag» of Ihe latter rife of warmth to give a little top air to tbettrui ture. As bottom heat ii- u°ed bfc»ath th? soil they are grown in be careful not to per mit the soil immediate!? abev? the h^titig medium to become too dry. Di: col hfital. Io place a thin layer of loam or.i dVi-jyr.i maoure opon the surface of xoi] if the ront-- ?how thronjth it— wpraiially if tho »'il -» elernted fairly in mound form. Cat all fruit immediately they are larg« enough for tut.

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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Southern Rifle Association. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

Snnfliprn Kiflfi Association. The sixth annual meeting of ihe Southern RiBe Association, which opened on tha thii^p at Browley, lietwnen Moss Vale and B«iriina, on Thursday last, has own one of the cliii-f Boirinin. dis're. events of tin* holidays As on former oochsioiib the arriiujsenienlB gave eutiie satisfaction to all oncp.riiPd, and ivflecud credit upon those to whom they were wi'h every conliilonce entruat-ed — chief among them being the. hon. secretary, Mr. (iisaing, iinrl the hon. treisurer, Mr. Lambert. Those tuking pirt in the match number nearly 100. The weather during the progress of the shooting has been favourable, and good scoring Ims heen the ru'e— not the ex ception. Locb.1 men were not con spicuous nra -ng the winners, as will he bwu by the «pp--iided scores : — THE MEMBKRV MATCH. 500 snf) GOO yards ; seven shots at cich. fC-G. Wrir, Gerrin^nng ? 29 31 60 US - I). A. Sinllery, I'arrolualta.. '29 Ml B0 £4— Momii, Can.dcn ? 33 27 00 j!3-(i. Limlv-y, \Vollont.ong ... ...

Publication Title: Robertson Advocate
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INSECTS IN THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

INSECTS IN THB OARDEV. The gooseberry osterpl'Jar m»y be deall With by rcmoriDg 3 inches or so of the soi ronnd the bmhes which have boeu atlacked daring the past summer. Bury ihe sail ia a deep trenoh somswhere, and 611 in round the bushes with soil from a, frefij fpot A lmlo manure may be placed roand each lu*h at the lams time.

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Bow[?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

Rora! Glorious Wfl»ther,for the holidays, the town full of visitors, money turned over freely, everybody tolerably well satisfied — such is the report on all sides Business, lay the. business people, was brisk, OP to expectation. and beyond it. All tho shops — and there me a number of them left in Bnwral yet— unloaded heavily on Christmas Eve, much morn so thin on CliristuiK Evejbf last yoar, and umil a late hour tlio wincip.il thorough fare was thronged.^ Tho town, too, looked well, the dfeor.it ions were on an extensive scale, -nnd the pretty little town looked e»eD prettier than usual. * Again on New Year's Eve things were kept moving in all dircc'ions — gates and tombstone?,-, door bells and tlw fire bell mov^rl with alacrity. The midnight ft-iliviriot, however, were good-natured sad harmless. At the Fire Brigade Station n pleasant annual ceremony passed off handsomely. The Mayor of Bwrat (Mr. R. S. Mackenzie) presided over bountifully kid taints and a jovi».l, goodly cmnpany. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

PIANO~ TUNING OF THE HIGHEST ORDER. \ I KSsl:S. ELVV & CO.. 329 (jcow-at., 1VJL Sydney, beg io nolify tin; inhabitants ot Boural, V],.E8 Vn;e, 11 itutgong, and sur rounding diatric's that their well-known TUNEttuud i.EI'AlREK, C B. WINKWORTH, Is Again in the district. All orders sent to Mr. Covington, Jewel ler, Koural, will I o punctual!}- mended to. TO LET BY TENDER, A I litST-l'l ASS 1MIRY F.llCU AT U»M:ALOOV rpENliRKS are iovitcrl for u ft-jenrs' i. I,C»SC of tlie FARM at present, io:u pied by uml tlie properly of H. KENNEDY Kti| , Webt K. 'iig.ilmn ] his propvity cm tuiiis US acres of cxoc|i-ionaHy licli ei.il, well Wilfred, BUb-.:iv.,-d inr.i small pid d--ckb Hindi me Inid rlon-n ui It artificiil 8'«w«. Lv.l l.nd. o.lj.unng the m.in romi nml v. ilhin 2 nrnutra' ilrive ol the Kan^alusn Ka-icy. It has also e'ery advantage of comfortable Duelling, good I ul-uuilJiug*, ui.l Urchurd, mid is in every way worthy or the afo.iti.in of those in search of a firal-class DAIRY FARM...

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The Second Test Catch. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

Tho Second Test Kntch The second test match b 'tween Aus trali.i '»d the English visitors whs commenced on Saturday, at Melbourne. The atKindiace nnmbered rlUU The. Austra'mis batted lirst, a»n *''' stumps were drawn had loet three wickets for 2S3 runs. C. M^Leod made 112, C. Hill !*, «'-! h- .E ! O.e«ory cDinpiled 54 without losing hU wicket. Rinjilsinhji, though Buffering con sid-rubly from a thtoat tiouUe, took pirt ill the match or, Siturdiy. D''- ing the nfternoon he underwent a s'ight Eurgicnl oppration to his throat which gure him much relief. (By Wihk) The Litest. Orog-rv b U,ig-s 71. IrcMo not out 22. Four wijkets for 310. It whs reported that Mr. PnviJ L. Dymock, of Kiaina, was to CDiiduct thft examination of students in prac tical d.-iiryin' at Huwkesbury College. Hullo! Whit's the matter with the expert, Mr. O'C.ill.i^han t -Rural Australian South America appears to bo pusli ing the dairying industry. For tho quarter endiur; June 30, of 207 shott horns exported from Grea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

gjew Reasons why fife's Schnapps IS THE ONLY RELIABLE LIQUOR TO DRINK AT ALL SEASONS ? 1. BECAUSE ---ft, ,2s jg-ja 2. BECAUSE PJWSSSfliS to it» purity. « DLUAUuC In ?nonnom ale. Otcr ULV cn- mOllon bottlM sold aautujr. « nrnillCr In all CrinatrtKraHcB 4. BECAUOL It attanlata7&; organ. '' of urination and bomb tovifonmiaotioo. e BnrnlllOr II Is entirely Ires frem BEUAUOfc fmcl on and oan, then lore, be relied on u a thoroughljr pun spirit THE ONLY REAL Schnapps. ? ' ? * Christie's Dress Materials^ Having lately added a Dressmaking Department to jur business we have at the same time increased our stock Df Dress Materials, and are iow showing an exceptionally j raried selection, including the atest Jail Cloths in fashionable shades. Colored Lustres in plain, shot, and fancy patterns. Black Lustres, plain and fancy patterns. Fancy Silk Mixtures, Serges, Nun's Veilings, Cashmeres, Delaines, Fancy Muslins, Crepons, ind all other descriptions of Summer Dress Goods. New materials op...

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[?] CHURCH [?] [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

i:i-.:,l--i. Chubc' oi ?*? ? IMKISH -1F M''' v.ll.5- .i-n-r.l.HW..A Mm, Vslc-Kveri Su.njv ' If ? '?? .' ' ; „',' ,'' ' 110111; Bum:.— I)' «w»t'l »''' ''i1'' , ..,.,-. , at 11 « in On II !?«. tllinl. iinil II. Ji^ '^ r ]l a.m. a*'1' ' l'.1Mi '' ^'l ''' ' M...intA-!ili-.-l'»llril nml llnnl Mni'1» '? |«sl,rtay-:'-Onso.-oi,.IS,,,,l..yol ? th at S'W j , lU-v. U.Slie ? rl. H.V, ''???''''-?'t- ]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

Wonderful Ursults. ATTAINED UV LOA^HV'-i 'U'.AU.IO.1 IN A CASK Uf ACUTE IXUltiKSTlOX Curtin's Uuildiugu, .r j ' Off K-nT-sf., Sjin-.'v, ' ?i'r.h Oc'., IS!I7. T.) the Manner, I/nsliy'ii W.ilinu M.muf.ic. ! lurir.s Co., Ltd. I Doar Sir,— I think everyone shmiM 1-nnw i the value of L'lU'liy'a ' IVahuu,' anil jun have my ntTniitiion lo iiuM.nl: the f.illuwi.ig ficta. For som« tinn 1 was pio.str.iti d u-iili s. slurp pkn ing u\in in lire chest ami Ia 1; I ju»t hciwcvn the shouljers. I w.is ufr.ii.l lo cat and tounrl it impus ihle to slerp. Smull hard lumps itppiuirc.1 nil over my cl.,-t My MoiimcIi »?»« much disl.-n.lo I an.l I u-.i a victim to constipinon. A ilwtor whom I emiEu'Ud was unulilc to Inlp inn, a.i.l ii Mas nut till 1 ha.l procured ' U'ahun ' rh it I ...,[ relief. Th.ee iI.ims relievo.l tlie piiin, ,u,,l in two weeks I wan i|iiitL' i-ureil. I really belitvc ' Wahoo ' has iirolonqLj my life. !MIt*.) M. A. (JKANT. L'asl.y's ?? 'Vahno ' |irli;I. 2, 0 1 fn.m all Cliemiti'8 and S:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

— . : f^ 'rB'wn'nnfffln : ? ^^^m1^-- ? =- SPBJSG SHOW l^W OJ^Bp Phoice nnd New Dtsigos in F)9r»li Striped, and Spot EreacnJGtobrtto.i^MyS; aild.itngpo^.fglKJd per yard. Latest Fashions in doulile-widlh Spring Dress MttteriKl»i;K-ttta- QlajjfcPrjnMBS'P0^- Cnnvus XJhfflB^Figured Lustres, Shot Silks, Lippnt . .?-?? Spiigged, Olieckeflcaud Striped Bteuse Muslinsrm)piftJaiH|raslf for^atost NeW.York Notion, Chameleon Clutll, y, one of the Prettiest Cloths of the Season. ' ' *.? ', . :J- -\ :$]?? [n (jlentB' and Toutria' Clothing our AH Wool Navy Serge and Colored Sergnrette Suits are*a«tonWdn^ everyuae who sees them, fatce fgtg choice of the'Ladies'-atid Gents' New Straw Hats,— all very cheap, .- iJ Dbr Ewts and Shoes uro'almost; given away. The MfceB are lower than ever. ,. ?3; [« Cbinn, Glass, and Crockery wo re, be is expeoHM§'ittj^rge coiibignment shortly to arrive'direct,! ro\ the manufacturers, which will be sold at very low ratep. ' '?'?.-????. ?-,': - : Dur. Celebrated 'Check Tea'...

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Sporting and Dram[?] Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

SportJi«iMi|Pr*m«Uc Notes. 1 w*w*m$am&«'i [?] W-mm 7*»tl» ?#**; SB alto rods * ^&. j^Hv iliAsall, M;tA.; -was pre uMi^-^Ji - gold bad^e.' by die L»S^,'6£Wfeeelmen,:on%Di-o. 22nd. jK^W-iB. Corbelt, - JVeasorer of .Che ^^dfe,;io«l»-ttB prAtolation *iid re ?£&Pm8^m&\fa*«* Mr! I^^^SiU foinmtion «1 ISaHBEJiHW brothers opened aM8BEg tjrcai W Bedfern EgwBKSMHK oh 22nd December. SSBp&^gtobe f or talpi^R^h the ^BHt^itM MtnoBt'eyery ifatftm has, «SSnrnd»a5J46 contribute, eduie new, feoydty# m *3$&P- *AI1 the.Per' jBjjalfcg'. ??WIuimb, '; teiephjroti-, hons, ptc&iftOHS, monkeys, etc.,' have 'benn (rained to perfection, and show what ecientifio experts can rlo with the lffwer'aniroala, the feats per^rrned be* c^itating not only the cultivation .of physical activity hut*! a high dfgree of mental moanim. - Tlie, pautoniiinps in Sydney this awl geeiVe^ffoctj,; ' jAti the 'Ttg&U*' KoyAlMp;5i«ffJ? dm*d*f'i«in9||i ' mnflthave^&do...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

To-day tho reader, hiii! Llie reader's mutual frieml — lliis papier— hove en tered upon another year, upon another lap of life's race cruise. Mostly the occasion is Ink™ us a liHini* one on wliicli to sermonise ; but this paper not being particularly jjivo.n tint wny — it has i-o dnsire to trespass upon the domain of those whose special calling istoprpuch — lias no intention on this occasion of suVscrihing to the custom. If the paper were to advice the reader to (urn over a new leif tho chances art? that he would not do it, also if he did he might get on to a worse page, and then afterwards blame the advise as unsound — a pos sibility which a judicious newspaper does well to etrenuoubly s(enr dnjsr ofe Should, howevpr, the ro»der prefer to cut QUtrbu own running, which is the more probable, then this paper hopes that he will not stuinblo__by the way side, neither financially, physically, socially, morally, nor in any other w,iy As far as the colony is concerned, the year just closed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

FURNITURE, CA&PETS, BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. A. HALL AND COMPANY, HALL'S FURNISH more HOUSES in one »etk then any other fiirnMiers do in one monlli, a rory n.fe guarantee uf llic excellent finish of Hall's Kumitureanrl tlieir low puces HAIX'S llRAH'lNGUOOM SUrTE, T««tcfu!ly upholstered in Ki.li Nik T»prsl,ry an.l l'insh liorders. Settee. 1'j.ir Arm Chairs. And 4 C'.rvcil MnnllCliaiiB-SUUINUAS. HALl.'S Polished Walnut (Vour HhbROOM SUITE, Wardrobe, with Bevel Glass Dnnr, Pair lluchess Toilet T..i-les, Kcvel (lloss, ?2 Cain Chain, mid Towel Kail. BCiUINKAS. hall's SOLID DINING-ROOM SUITE, Civcml iiiRnod serviceable .Marnnn Skins Large Coiioll, Pair Kimy Chairs, and 6 radJcl-lnck Ktmll Chairs, fl IJU1XKAS. HAI l's Brag^-M.,untod HALFTKSTEU HKUSTKAI), F..1! aiie, Doulilc Wire Mattrcs?, Top Mattrc-a, isolator nnd 2 Filjowa, 1-3 1 5a. Hall's have on view CO KKUIIOUM KUll KS In in 0 guineas lo 50 guin i«. Hall's have on vow 00 DRAWIMi-ROOM SUITU- f-om 4 (Mriicw to -25 (juir.oi.. HaU'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Robertson Advocate — 4 January 1898

Henry's Draniutic C .u.p-wiy still ; ho'ds on in successful c -ur-i; at tli- ' Stiindiird Tliealre, and is now in in1 C7th week. Mr. Ilonry li.-n nehic-ed what no other niHint^rr Imi in hyilney, in thus keeping the oi:e tliestrr o;'-:i continuously for sii.:'i n l-iig'h -if time His success is nil the mure ineritnriivi seeing that it is the result -if his .-?- ;i h»n\ work and untiring wir. M' Henry point? with pirl.vrii! ? |--i.l ? to the work he accii'-i-'i-!'-.! ?'? i r: ? ?_? the first three imnt!is wb.n i',.- -? n ture needed hie !'-- : day. IliM.r'Se.,i ;.- Tutu's f.V.in ' i^. ii . ? ? triumph fur tli ? r.- ?. i- , the stage eff-c'f t.''n' !?.? cun obtain in the coloni r,

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