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Echoes for the Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Echoes for tfteWeefe, I It is notified'icstie Gazette-thai;1 our local postmaster, Mr 3. 0i Elliott, has; fceen.prb nioted.to tlie positiouibf jsp^-aiidtele^fs^ ! iniastet at -Singleton; . ? In charging a Chicago jiiryj JucigaiGibbou attributed- much of .. the immorality, of: that city to.the^use^ofichild' labours .andt theem ploymeatb off girle; andi women: in v factories ;and stores atl small! wages.-. Employers ad :mit that. 16s. a weefi l&i not^ enough; to pay theiiv women; iiii w. city;: 'Where/ the cost of !iiving is so- notoriously. highV but claim; that ihow-they 'exist is none of i their business. ! 3?iie steamerr Sonoma;, oile1 .'of the siscer ships ?- built^ expressly for the service from ,San Efaneisco, arrived on Saturday morning ;Kaying made., a. record voyage between the terminal3' ports of 10 days 1\ hours, and ?completing, the passage from- AXicldand to !Sydrieyy in three days four hours four 'minutes.. She beat:, the Mararssr, which 'started* about the same...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Esmitfc &fpll#^ fti rs to jntiiMtet|»^tifi&j3^^^E®fiifl,US K above in^e«|^^^^^^g lids of: B|^^^^^^^ ?ic liigficst Cash Price for all Hinds (j^iiir^^^^H^! ?faides, from 2d*p f££|j^]^|p$i;^ K Beeswax. a^^i^|ls|-i^^^«S?; ^?T :?'-. . ; ? .'' ' ?*? . '' '.:^-c&M$*M0:: ^^Bpded a large and varied'iissprSnjeiit., ^^K des;gnsin Autu^ni^d WinfeF^iWfr I^B^ Euglislu JrSsh/and ScMtclir^^Ss ^^Hatings - and IVouserjnljs vin:^^^^sj ^^Ke guaranty Lji '?pjjjrf&0-j^-'iim^$jl8 ^^Kklu?.- ,1*e,lferoiBiyv Departmefit&iS' ^»atetS^es5nr^;;.;^:^§^fc 141

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The Sydney Railway Calamity. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

The Sydney Railway Calamity. Further particulars- in regard to tlie above disaster state that a tram left the Rfedfer-ii station for- Hurstv^lle at five minutes to 6 o'clock, on Friday eyenmg, filled with its customary- freight: of \\ork* men ieturning,to. their hoxnes... and. it leit the- track, while-travelling, at. full speed,, ?when about 200 yards beyond Sydenham station,- There is- a- slight fall, at, this point, and. tlie engine, . whui ^10.^ *,„ . the hne.-ran.into a.contiguous street tor. a. j distance of about 50ft., .when it turned = .coinpletely. round,, and.. was* battered.. to ? -ruin^. One carriage,, which.wasunfortu natsly full of passengers,, followed^ the 1 ?engine offi the line;, and: was smashed, to imatchwoodj.some of the ©ecu pants -meet* ki' with deadi,,while others were more or ?less, seriously 'injured;. The- second 'carriage was- hauled \ partly, off, the rails, but it. was net broken. up,, while :SiK. other [carriages oonstittiting.the.: train; remained on...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

An extraordinary personal attack upon Mr Charnbeilaiti iu connection'1 with his South African policy has been made by Mr W. R. Cremer, Radical member for Haggerston, and Secretary of the International Arbitration League. Speaking at Peterborough, Mr Cremer declared that the Secretary of State for the Colonies had grossly, deceived her late Majesty the Queen with respect to the course and prospects of the war. To the course pursued by Mr Chamberlain, the speaker attributed the death of the Queen. Me Chamberlain has promptly published a denial o£ this accusation. He asserts that ttiere is not one word of truth in the charges preferred by Mr Cremer. Mr Chaimberlaiu, replying to the attack made upon the Go vernment by the members of the opposition, reiterated the statement that the policy of Great Britain had beeu consistent from the outset of the war. He challenged the Op position to produce an alternative policy. In conclusion, Mr Chamberlain recalled the fate of the envoys who had be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Robertson & Dougjfl ? Htivo addtd1 a- wclb assorted 0 ».,.: ?,,., c „ J^H Crockery & Q\jM Wane H To tlieir lai^e stock of- Grocciy .r,.,; ],,,,,. ^^^K' ; aud while tbanking the [luh:^ ,?,[ '^'?^^^?fc and district f6r their-.- suijpon d'iuo^'^^HB twelve months, trust by ibe oxc,'.!|«lt , JHB|c and low. wiocs of all Lhuii- ? 1, . i:i^mMRL, oontmuance of .the. same iu future. ^^H» KOT* THE ADDRESS ^HW^.' R0BERTSQN &.DOUQIa^B' I *--? .. KA^JEK -STREET, DEXlLIOnv BH|! THE BILLABONG, HOTE^ ?prAg^teagDteJtf-BftngtMgundcr-tbenahJBIllil ?JLXL residents- of f ..- jCoxa-ugo und kviSBM& andi also- - tlie.; Tjiavelt,ik-i. l'usr.ic that'i^H^^ ?ftakeni-a l€sase-.-o-fi tbe. above -well-known H&'iSRBBsm' ''Jtt-Bi-llftgerei.aud^rusta by keeping Ou!v ilt'^IS^1 .best brands of-i Wiaes; . iSpiriis. aua.Uceivi,)J^BHR thh'isfiare ofisupppitj ||R^ \ Good ? Accommodation, f-ok TUaveuJHHP' J Efrstrclass-stabling. . A Trial Selicitcj SSPpi I ' '. ' ? J-AS. WHITE. jaBK :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

CHROMIC ^^i DYSPEPSIA, I PERSISTENT FAl| And OPPRESSlffl A CUMBROUS I LOAD UFTEM ;Thc Case ci' H Wrs. Elizabeth UimbertB '' (BY OUR SPECIAL REP(iK5nL, ^M Onr reporter wts detailttl it, tiyiy-^B Elizabeth Lambert and b-k i'.w 'c»rtl^H the complaint from which y),t. ^w 0/^H siifferer, and also to asecrtuu, i; ;heJI^B ?which had' come vo huv\ --?; i,ir crni^H accurate. Mrs. Lambnt *ui.ts in ^tuJ^H street, Ponriih, N.S.W. '?'WiM ' Certainly it tt Correct,' ^^| replied Mrs. Lambeit, '.v|.«:n -. itebtity^^l «' I was cured of besvere mm chionicy^B gestion in quite a rtn:n.;;^Lieninnntr!^H found that I began 10 pet u v:v ununinfg^H bblc feeling aiu-.v eat ii'j.:. To uvoid^^^l distress I psid tiie nio-.: -nK ml auentli«^| my diet ; but the O| i»!t-.wic,u wussiiih,^H felt after each nu-al. vj.\\ly «;v ailli^^B ii[ieneJ till I cimki fe- a i...ru !u''|)3|fl^| bottom of my chest. 'J :;?.,(? w-.,u\i\ pass,t^H still the lump reinairnu ilic.c undi^i^^l Hours afterwards it \v«n!u appear to 4^^^B aud...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

-? KJ^^^Hl1-- ^ili'fiih-v '-^''I'fi -151: ;T:iny-i. Arrowed; nirr.!,;: :; -^y^^^Rn-J^Vitt-'^ \Vf:iJsi-j /Magazine; iI:irii:~MvtfTt!i.- nii^ff^^H-'i^1 .Io3ii-»»J- Aiisl'-a^iu-i liiuniai Aiu-inVl;;ui ^t^^HEc Journal. M'cl.lon's -M.Vn'iily, LeoclfK Orc^ £ t '^HBi ??tfuiJo Hi^kc/H/niou J:ui;. Uetccijve Titles; ^ *3^MK ^!'l^!!'i Seli' !%^;iM Haw J.ibjjiinv ''?' ^/Oj^MMUi bill's liibrary. Henri -s lv;isc Libnuy, 3'rue. ^ ^^^^^BVViir bibrnr.v. illustrated Bits. SkeUiliy /Hits, -L: ^ij^HHBil^/Ai]^ Sloper./^oraps, ^nap .Shots.-Aiiswer,-,: [ftl J^^HBo'1^ : ''utjkljv Cigarette, Photo:- Kits, Iliustratcil: v ^^^HB|-li;ile,^l»y^' '??L'}tt()-l}a!eKN'«J-veleijc. Ai-li-n- H. ariiv^^^^tthy* '?'!'i-is|'iai» HeraJi, ? Christian Buil»el. 1'uJice - ^v^^BHpii;^Vofl-i'ri^O-jiuic. Coiiilc Cuts.; Coiiiia rlAft^ ^-~^3^KBmi: s Com ie.i 1 llusfcrateil ;:Chips,.; Tick- ttv-V |i, a^i^^BBtt-V^i1'11'0 Molnellts- ^uggets-; Fuun y;iV\'otj-laSi; faOI^HnKii'a lAt-2, /Hoino Chat, Homer's : / :St-y ky ^? ^flBHfflK^ ^ior...

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Melbourne Markets. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Melbourne Markets. Wednesday, February 19. Ul. if.itHJ-.-14.700 yarded. There was aa ample proportioti ol good and pnme qualities, witli a full peicentage o» xn ieriot giacies, which included severa drafts, of nondescript low conditioned' e/;ts. Demand was slightly irregular throughout, but in most instances prices were Maintained at fully lat* quotations. Prime crossbred wethers,' 1 6s to 17s,; rxtra, 17s ad to iSs 3d,, few, 19s iod ;. ?jecond. 13s 6d to 1.5s 6d ;, prime cross bred ewes. 14s to iGs 6d,. extra 16s ad. and 17s 3d, lew i-Ss ; goqd, 12s to 13s Cd'; others 10s ; prime mf rino wethers,. 14s 9d to 16s gd ; good, iljs to 14s ?, in ferior and small, iis; with merino ewes, 5s to us. Fat Lambs.— 6,900 were penned.- De mand was not evenly sustained, but in most cases prices ruled a- shade firmer.. Prime sold at 10s 6d to his 9«J, extra,. las 6d to 13s ; good, 9s to 10s ; others, Fat Cattle.— 1.500 yarded, comprising 70 from New bouth Wales, 300 from. North -Eastern district, 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Atallco Br«dd KirvLvrri relieve* Inslanilj Headache. rootbnctle »or«lg1« liiflacnsn, Ac. Xever be nilbout It

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

1 I - ?- itlii K'« m nf ? UTELV FtRFCCT. K3J1 fOC t(. M ?

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Fiscal Facts for Federalists. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Fiscal Facts for Federalists. Mr Jas. Ashtou had a splendid meeting at Slathoura on Thursday last weok, and ou the following evening at Moauia. At both placee Mr Ashton made a favourable knpres by bis lurid explanations, and he is certain to tcceive strong support* When Mr Chanter placed his factory figures before the Deniliquin electors he en deavoured to make a strong point out of the fact thu-t there are more- hafida employed in the factories of- Victoria than New South Wales, birt to suit his- ovnt purposes he omitted to mention that there are 7,400 more women and 3*000 less men. Mr Barton's speeches consist of milk and water — milk for Victoria and' water, for New South Wales.— « Tlie Weaker.' The ' Bulletin' boosts Chanter;, a 'dreary, unread,, uneducated', hopeless: Tory, for Biyerhia against Ashton,. a ? brainfantLhavd workiug EadieaL Mi1 Barton, the Commonwealth1. Premier, lias made ai statement iu- regard? to- the Federal Elections-. He says that in South Australia and Que...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Hotel Tatteft^sall's, Deniliquin. c. f. we fraga EGS to announce that the above Hotel is now replete with every comfort land convenience. The roonis are large, .well' ventilated, and the Accom iron first-class; Private Suites of Rooms for Families, etc. Two Dining I r ? _..... ??; i BATH ROOMS (Ea^# and Gentlemen's). HOT & COLD WATER I ^ ? .... .?:???? He-Stabling. Accommodation is-unsurpassed in the Colony. A first-class K Groom constantly kept in attendance. K)b GRASS PADDOCKS, LOOSE BOXES AND \ARDS. ?al attention given to Livery; Bait & Letting P^«-^F^Mraa^^ ?'?'. ? and Gentlemen's Saddle Hacks always on Hir e at shortest B notice, and at reasonable rate. Koaclies fbr Finley^Berrigah, Gobran and Noorong start from Tattersall's. i.D. only keeps the best brands of Wi: es a id Spirits. ? Usher's Special Reserve and Watson's,*** Whiskies a Specialty.. ? FIRST-CLASS BIE.tIA.RD TABLE AND ACCESSORIES. I , C» F. De FRAGA, Proprietor, K^ You neet not send to Town | ?%? ? ?...

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The Nyang Exchange. (To the Editor of the Independent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

The Nyang Exchange. (lo the Editor of the I-ulepL-ndent.~) Sib, — At Mr Chanter's meeting to-day I asked him was it not a fact that he recommended the iTyang exchange. Will you kiudiy iuform me where I cau #et the information from. ' Years, etc., P. FALL0N. February 15. 1901. [Mr Ch&uter has no doubt denied the soft : impeachment — not the first time either— but for the beaelit of our correspondent, and those who may be interested, we re-publish certain fuels which were laid on tho table of the House alsyut three mouths ago, and Will then Jcttve our readers to judge for themselves whether 11 r Chanter did or . did not recommend the exchauge wiiiuii » us twice refused by the Deuiliquin Lau.l Bu:tr ', buc after wards sanctii ned by the Minister tor Lands : — 'Moama, 28th June, 1892. Jo the Under secretary for Laud*. Sir,.— Enclosed _p lease find an application ffum Sir cJioiou Fiaser. ui Nyanit Station, Land District. Deuiliquin, to surrender laud. iu exchange for Crown lands,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Issue of Electors Rights. FEAR OF WHOLESALE DISFRAN CHISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

issue of Electors Rights. FEAR Of WHOLESALE DISFRAS CHISEMENTS. The Sydney ' Daily Telegraph ' in an article this week says : — ' Some official bungling appears to be taking place over the | issue of elector's rights. Abillwhicbhadbeen i long delayed was passed last session ordering | a re-issue of rights, and upsetting most of the electoral machinery. The argument adduced was that the rolb were in a defec tive condition. New rights have been pre pared, and many of them have been sent out to the police to deliver. But the police are unable in scores -of instances in-eaeh district to discover the persons entitled to the docu ments. The names were collected in the first iustanee by a policeman calling at the houses and inquiring for the occupants. Now it is found impossible to reach many of these persons. The poiice, in deed, report that h is useless to hope to have all the rights delivered in time if the indif ference that is displayed by the electors con- i tinues. Appeals- have bee...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Arid Interior. PLENTIFUL FALLS OF RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

The Arid interior. j PLENTIFUL FALLS OF RAIN. Attention is naturally directed hy the re -. pprts of heavy rainfall in the dry interior during this month to the forecasts issued by Jtlr Russell, the Government astronomer of New South Wales, on February 3; which was &g follows : — ' In accordance with the 19 years cycle and present weather conditions, I expect good rains over the northern districts of -Tew South Wales, and especially in the north-western parts, and probably also over Western Queensland about the middle of this r month.' Since the issue of that forecast Broken Hill especially has had a copious -Jownfall, the Northern Territory of South Australia has been similarly visited, and in the north west portion of Western Australia over 15m. was recorded in 24 hours. Mr Russell- was interviewed in Sydney on Wednesday evening. He said the forecast was made upon the basis that 19 years ago heavy rain of that character fell -over the northern districts, and he anticipated ...

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

puNss -:?} I vmosl ^Be far above the many A Hbnnon place instruments* Hi the mark*t, and MUCH * ^Reaper. ? ? Catalogues FREE $. Hh. PALING &GO.yLT0: 1 H333 CEORCE ST., SYDNEY. ' * BdAND RESIDENCE ^^KIES for a few BOAHDKR&, Good ^^K. Apply— Mbb Slaman, ' EHesmere;' ^tvRT UNION. ^^Hing number for the GRAPKAPHONB, ^^^Hlast week, was ' ^^H F. LANGSHAW. ^^K ? __ ? -j — ^?icipal District of ^H Deniliquin, ^?valuers. ^^^BtIONS are iavited, closing on Monday, ^^^^fcry 25, at 5- p.m., from persons' com ^^^?illing to value the rateable, property ^^^Hjuniuipal District for the- purposes- ofc ^^^?olars may be obtained' from the ^^H T, G. GFLLIEsi ' ^^^H Council Clerk ^^^K Deniliqiuin, ? ^^^Bebruary, 1901. B COBREY. ^^H AGENT FOR— ^^m Sewing Machine Co. Hvnand District, i t ^J WANTED. ^^^K LO Y, of Ed»ward-st reet, has vacancies ^^^?Tew Boarders. Residence, within one ^^^?e o£ PoBt-office. For particulars ^^B MBS' Lt)Y, ' y ^^^B Edward Street, ^BtebTto sell. ^^?hOffice of this Pa...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Wakeful firmed for tho Newmarket Han dicap on Wednesday, 7 to 1 being the bust price obtainable about her. Her stable com panion Aurous was backed at £1,000 to£60. The only other wagers noted were £lt000 to A'90 Advance, and £500 to 4J22| Duke of Portland, Lancaster was backed on Tuesday ni-?ht for the Australian Cap at .£1.000 to In view of ttoe heavy War expenditure in South Africa, General Lord Kitchener asked the Imperial Government for fiaancial assis tance. Mr W. St. Jonn Brodrick, Secretary of State for War, hits acGci'dingly. decided to1 ueud Mr G. I-. A. Sieutwootl' 'Wilson, Assis tant Under- Secretary of State for War, to South Africa, whure lie will act, temporarily, %s Lord Kitcbieiiiei?ls Financial Adviser. Mr rItoitoii sviyx that the tariff question will !»« decided iu. the; first .or bycuinJ ii.'^iuii vWlit Coimr/ccvrcallli Fail'ia incut.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yarroweyah Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

Yarroweyah Races. The following are the results of the Yarro weyah racesileld on Saturday last : — i Handicap Hurdle Race. — Billy L, 1 ; Clarence, 2. Maiden Plate. — Mnemosyne, 1 ; Highland ^liry, 2 ; Switzer, 8. Yarroweyah Handicap. — Dazzler 1 ;. Turk, £ ; N-otus, 3. '. Trial Stakea. — Takemiss, 1 ; Mmemosyiie, £ ; Royal, 3. Selling Race. — Alabama, 1 ; Midst, 2; Zillarney, 3. 'Welter Handicap.— Florence Flask, 1 ; Ironsides, 2 ; Rodalla, 3. Publican's Purse. — Gre^'steel, 1 ; Take miss-, 2. . .

Publication Title: Independent, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The High Tariff Folly. MAKING WAX MATCHES. A COSTLY EXOTIC INDUSTRY. REVENUE LOSS, £12,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

The High Tariff Folly. MAKING WAX MATCHES. A COSTLY EXOTIC lNIH'STBY. KEVIiSUE LOSS, i:12,(-00. Mr Asbton's statement on the match in dustry of Victoria seems to havie 'roused tbe -re of the high tariffists, and with a view of trying to eradicate the strong, impression made they bad a leaflet printed, couched in lanrmace that a racecourse BDieler would be ashamed of. In order to see how far Mr Ashton's statement was right, we publish Vioth sides of the question, the iirst taken from the fl Age.' and the second from the ' Argus,' * V * -'.: * WHAT THE AGE SAY& ' This statement (meaning Mr Ashton's-oo the match industry) is on a par with many of the preposterous fabrications of Mr Reid concerning starch and barbed wire. Messrs Bell and Co., expend in this colony every year about £4000 on one item alone used iu their industry, viz., the fat substance known as stearine. This sum, though tbe chief outlay, is of course not tbe limit of their expenditure, and the cost of manufactur...

Publication Title: Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 22 February 1901

;The Fe^ei^kl Biections^ j T^u; elector^. of.;J -onlii*]uuiv. Mmliouni, aiid j ? iiuaifta, ^j.ive iukl rliu ; [ihifeuru ul bwivin^ j ? ^lr -Uniics Ajjhpjii,-'-wi-K- i$ eontt?-4ijiiji the! i Hjvorina.-'-Hjat m Oin :J:\%nil L'arJiiiinoiri ; j agiiiiVst Air Ch;uiU^; A1! alj tinv.j31in.wri -!r : 1 Ashton was yiccurded a- splendid r^wftiUiJii \ . ayd i3roii-irf!'4- beaity siippon. ;v\!ijc1i -l.s al! I 1 ijio liioi'c.gi-iitifyin^^vhcu it is roin^uibi'i-iiil ! '? tliat -t)i c place; ntuu^i arc cunHidcrud ,to bt: j ? the opposition's '-.stuiju^iolil. -i:ii.f..s^ ly j j say tliat- Mr Ashtons uitic-tiil.u; in Dcnili-}uiu ] j was (innv-occdcmfcd so far as/iucal polities an: ] eoncelTiGii. ' hi several quarters -ii r wa.s b.on^t i iiig'vv -pivuiv^nt thai Jlr At-liton would be asked .-joiiic pointed qimsiious ;i,l t!i« cojilIu j sic -ii of Uis-iuidi^ss.. Jnit bis iiuo^xposiiion of j tlif; stfV'jiul t\:a.t.ioi'j dcaliAvith by him scorned j to baye had the tifi'ijcii-t'fian.iiiiii; 'lor^oll'uln^sf...

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