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THE TEETH IN DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

THE TEETH IN DAIRY CATTLE. Di:seaso and irregularities of thi teeth of .dairy cows cause a mnonetary loss in beef and milk that would be sulprising if it were known. \VWhc: thie teeth are in perfect condition they grind the feod in such a manner that it is e..sly acted upon by the digest ise ferments, and the esseatial ele monkt necessary to repair tihe bod3 wa.,to and increase the flow of milkl a:. readily assimilated; whereas when the teethl are diseased or irregularities are present we Ihave a decrease of both miilk supply and condition. The teeth of dairy cows probably require more attention thanu do thqso of horses, because, by their methods of grazieg, stones, nails, wires, and all sorts of hard substances may be brought into the mouth, and are liable to break the teecth and bruise the gums. Cows failing, to reach the higaer staidards of milk production should not be discarded until a thorough ex amnination is made of the teeth, for withllout perfect mastication of the food we...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

' E .L ,Y J _l.TF." Practical Boot and Shoe Maker' YARRA JUNOTION. Repairs executed withl neatness and deslpatch. All uwork die on prom ises at lowest prices compatile with good material an{ workMna.ship. WENDERLICE M TAL CZIL NS Enable you to finish a room with char acter. Their beauty of design and workmanship has made friehds fbr them throughout the Commonwealth. They are hygienic, fire-proof, of decor Sative charm, and inexpensive, can be washed down and do. not collect dust and vermin. Catalogs and lesigns , free. .... -t?o WUND~iRLIOi 7.ATN8T ?EILING & TQOOFING Co. Ltd 13 Quoe e Streec, ,elb?,?ne. SFor Constipation, Biliousness, " Bad Breath, -, 'Headache, IndigeStion. A Delightful Famy Medicine LILYDALE BUTOHERING'CO SWIOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCH1ERS, S . MAIN STREET, LILYDALE. .' Primest Beef, 3lutton, Corned leef, 1'ork and Tongues always obtain able at ]3ecdrock Prices. Slmall Goods a Speciality. C~AVE I-IILL. BACON and CIILEESI always on hand. Customers waited upon ...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

*;F I.URAL INT1REST (By "'liusticus.") T'he paralysing ellect of the bursting. of the war cloud is passing off. It s:us the ncwnes of tlhe experience tlhat brought many operations to a sudden stop. Now .people aro readjusting their outlook and preparing to direct activities curtailed in one direction, into now channels. Unfortuno tely some of the practices adopted in doing this are not beyond reproach from the point of view of the svelfare of the nation; and this at a time when that aspect of the matter should penetrate even the most callously selfish hide. One of the evidences of recovery from tile temporary paralysis referred to is the renewed activities in the meat ex port. For the past live weeks, ex porters have scarcely beeoon repre.cil,.. . at the stock sales, as the belief was w .dely held that the export trade v'i be a hazardous and dubiously prllitablo dilpartmiKent 01 the meat lndus~t, until the war concluded. The action of the shipping compnies in continuing their servic...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (BIy "Amubrosirne.") A Lolldoln correspondent says:-One hears a great deal about thie beauty and marveollous grac of English girls, of their hlaovenly complexions, :and tall, slendoer ligures, but since Alexandra Day I have cmo to the conclusion we in Australia have quite as mich to boast about Obviously thero are many lovely g.rls in England, and among tihe wealtlhy classes tlhey cortainly know ihow to makeo the Iest of their locks, but the averago mriddle class girl is not nearly such an allttractivo younlg person as her Australian sister, even though tihe latter often has to dress on an llowanrice of next-to-nothinrg a year. On AIlexandra e .Iay, us you know, 23,000 whliteo-fralckeld girls \oere ,sell.ug wili roses all over lurlondon in aid of charity. TIe SBtrand wals gCven over to Miss Austraulia, and you hald only to sre tlre forty girls gathered iup haphazlrard frmnr Melbourne, Adelatide, Sydney iand Bris bano to reaise trhat tllheir English sisterC. could ...

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KIPPERED SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

X\ (ertinll divioo, \lwoe ku, lu\ldgo :-??,ttish idioms nud expressions, ,\as rathir wouk, had beeu spueduinug part of his Iellidiy in the la ]l of 'kCes. At. hr'itclkflst olln morniniuig he \\as rieIled1 witl kiplpered hleriilig, 1111d g?ratly liked the talsty meal. ilving heeun told t hlint wl ll :iler'ilngs \wereo kilppered it ment t:hat thueyh weore pre' oerred, hle uientall, noted the inst'un tioln and made lier'lOllu IS( Le Of it tlhe following Sundayl , 'rlen lie prayeliid that tlhe Lord wou!li allundanltly ki iper the soul of tlioii belocved larson.

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FLOWER GARDEN CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

PLOWEJR GARDEN CALENDARI FOR SEPTEMBER A lultiion. Aeroliniuntl, Ageratum, Alniula. intihis. Acquileg.a, Anchusa, An en0one, Antirhinuim, Arctotis, Aster, .\LspaaVgliis B-?. an:m , ,?oronia, Calliols,?? lui,:n ?Lt. ti,,cnna, Ll, ote-rbury hill>, ut n.ill, o i oIu. a, ;L t ir, i i at iiL, II m,iii·n Cil;lh,+ t h4ualCtII, ltt 8,l' Clh abT, '1I,1, b _,uiI, DLta?, D(iatuLs, DLiy?ii vIll,_++; l, Iltoni , G 1LLrtIn I , G Ltll aUn+ J ; i> lJL. tthl+it, Un l 1 se? t'ttl' t (Urn lament l l i+ thlo I~us L~ett11 ·zope 1,.? Holt homel kinnut-r L int , iiiC+I iltt, tol l nllu ihio - lll,+ ll s l l? 1? Il£1hl ? JJUt lltttll 1 L01 J~t'+tll'r' + cii0, ibi oililu it unto, is tohilila ol's, a i , h, l .lig +al , ill itl, aId i-t ,. 11'11l?li too IUto 101,, l j?I -tlll01Sl g ?h ,\IJi1,?1 i, I ,ntei?lhpy:, ituelhrutlll, 11' n' ' obiit |i" u. tl . 0l1c ?l+O iii. d ?. likl p ii. 'uux eul snod, ooiiti lt'mn 1' ?h 0.l ,'inlza.thu s|,? b',?eet Su~ltan., \1l1et, cil 'oa, \\,1hilloh el', Zth nn1. 10011e...

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PAINT ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

PAINT ON THE FARM. ,)un who WO f)aks fronm exerLilleeic say- :--"The trouble with i ma li is lihat thy look ulpo: the use IOf etailt on the f 'armn as ia luxury. TIhey say thiic do not care to hIother with mete o:cle:.,tnts. t They hav 1o not .0et rea li:cd that? alint is "in ablsolute n>ce itt. I hri ihtenssup everycthing abmot thel placo, but tlhat is only one of the tbenefits. It is sanitaryl. The use iof paint adds to tiche cleanliness of r.'yt'tlting it covers. Painted sur ';11 (lle itl mu e:tsier to keep cleIan,. iii tlhe coating of plillt keelps out "icase geurls that imbibed themselves in unpainiited wood. It is a p,'eserva tir.." Plaint adds years to the lifo of e've:ything oiln whichl it is used. A little money, timue and labour expend cdl in pailinting the buildings and im Ilcin'ts on the farmn is an investment tltil puays. The average lifo of al nilow barn is about 25 years,. whereas by the use of good i.?int it can be preserived twoice that tm1i. So may tloe life of ...

Publication Title: Ringwood And Croydon Chronicle
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RESULTS OF POLLING. Electors on Roll, 37,408 [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

RESULTS OF 'POLLING. Electors "n Roll, 37,408 / IRVINE M'DOUGALL Berwick - - 564 329 Brnyip - - 412 549 Cowes - - 232 54 Dandenong 2162 1901 Dromnana - 668 514 Drouin - 854 532 Ferntree Gully 838 472 Franksto - 1241 919 Healesville - 375 381 Kangaroo Ground 371 239 Korumburra - 950 1004 Lang Lang -- 690 339 Lilydale - 1082 004 Loch - 701 2536 Pakenham - 653 375 Ringwood - 932 578 Warburton - 4157 1008 Wonthaggi - 635 1932' Absent Votes 257 280 Totals -' 1408S 12576. Majority for Irvitie 1512.. Voting in 1913 - Irvine ' 15,610':, Russell 11,418 THE SENATE;. BARKER ILab.l 313,325 BARNES (Lab.) 313,429 RUSSELL (Lab) 312,589 BLAKEY (Lab.) - 310,928 MI'KISSOCK Lab.) - 3128,312 FINDLEY (Lab,,) - 308,282 M'Coll (Lib.) 272,1.14 Mauger (Lib.) 271,953 Cook (Lil).) - 267,939 Trenwith I4ib,) 267.1:18 M'Lean , Lib.) - 266,365 Edgar (Lib.) - 268,871

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FLINDERS ELECTORATE SIR W. IRVINE RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

FLINDERS ELECTORATE SIB W. IRVINE RETURNED. Though with a much smaller majority th:'n when opposed by Mr Russell last year, the Hon. Sir W. I-I. Irvine retains the repre sentation of Flinders. Mr J. K. M'Dougall, the Labor candidate, gained a majority in the subdiv ision of Warburton, but the voting in the.other local subdivisions (Ringwood on:l Lilydclale) was in favor of the sitting member. At Lily dale the Labor candidate hiad a majority of I20, as against 70 at last elections, when the voting was Russell 441, Irvine 37I, A great improvement this year was the polling booth at Lily-dale being, transferred from the Court House to the Athenaeum Hall, which was admirably fitted up, and tne voting was carried out most expeditiously. Mr E. A. Janson, the presiding officer aid1 his assistant pIresiding officers, Messrs Stallworthy and R. Mlor ton, and staff of clerks, had a busy time, and it was not till Tuesday night that their work was completed, and the linal re turns sent in. The La...

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COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. GREAT LABOR VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS, .---.. - GREAT L\BOR VICTORY The Federal Elections were held on Saturdlay last throughout Australid, and as a reshilt the Cook government has beel, de feated, and a new Labof adminis tration will be formed. The returns show the state of the parties in the H-ouse of Represen tatives as Labor 42, Liberal 32, IrdepenGent (Mr Wise, Gipps land) I.

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

COMlMOfIWEALTI] PATENTS. Scveral inventionts of interest inlclud ,'d Il appientall,,s luJr t,'tters patent ,' iteenic ilid in the Mielbourniie PateI t Llli'et by :iisecci. (;. 1. 'T'uri lintd Co., ,ite t aii t ornieys, No. 1.. it' lie lialtio, ii) i.oins -ll L , Meleicirie, rill ollbe itunll ulniherml. lmoloned: - A qluiiit [1th i ti.ite O. a ulcepall, of ,. (' . t A i . Ai . K . P aiI nl' iu t, uiril riL li :) otii e uit ii- iri ii td ioil and ohlier pipe cplir j iits. Thie luirpose is to dit Lie ,Ii iy a idinttig an exsqeni .-A e \',sL- 0 1 \eater antd bill Ifor aIIbor. .,{. Sa ull i -C'I ''oS.¢, ile. peoctol I Hamil[ J 'o,,u l;l .,lal l, li. torti .) .. t iio.L gi tc , in leu ii Se , writh lit ili) lth l tie l atl l it itiltle id l id o lhe .i4 lii ait.? L 0 \ i iAt 'lci DIIU \.t L u 1 b i hal r i, stl'cb 1? or Oithel" Ia C ii into thediir i, is ihen the orditily v,1ide got.c le l,00O 1I1l'leid\ , cy3 thiI., mIenIV nII thie g..p can bo sl ma"il;do, anud leatly) aind c e ps., le ,...

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A BRAVE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

A BRtAVE MlAN. "('altain," said the hir.t mate of the goodship COulillow'er while the stormiii was at its lhei:ghlt, "the ship hasI sprung a loeik; the 'natertight cint partment s arie full of wa ter, a"nd the v.s.5e1 i. going down. What shall we do?" T'le gallant skipler's face blanched, but on!y for one-eight: of a se~:ond dlid he 1 0se his self-cointrol. "Don't wast. a second," he replied. "Prepare at once an eddre s thanking m for my coolnce :s anid ieroisl in the face of deidly peril. L?t ilnot a boat leaveo thl shiii's side iltil overy man snd woin i Iss signed it.' It is:; reported onii reliable authority that owing to huge orders receivcl from the old world, il hstock lit for killiiing in Otago has been, or :s being, hioughlt up for iunmedliato freezing.

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FATTENING LAMBS. LECTURE ON RAPE AND ITS VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

FATTENING LAiMBS. LECTI'URE ON IRAPE AND ITS VALUE. A valuable lecture wds given by Mr Primroso McConne!l, manager of.the Ruakulis Flarm, on "Fattening Lambs on Rlape," at Hamilton, on June 25, undoer the auspices of the Waikasto Granziers' Association. Mr. J. D. P. MIorg.ln presided r!r. lMcConnell said that the piaper dealt rather with tile small, intensive f.trmoe than the large runholder. T'Ihe farl of tile future would be snmall in area, nece-sitating the most intensive CImethod. In ino bran.:h of the farm ing industry was there a brighter pros ptet dh;:a in fat lamb raising, and none s ith greater proit i. carried out oni iumproved intensive lines. After gie ing hinits as to tile best mating season asnd the care of owes, the lecturser salid tlhat rlape should be soown in tile first oi Sptenmbr. It. was a miitike to silo , tile r-ipe to bteomni too iun: tire- before turning ill the lamnbs. A littmo miustsaad should be added to the rape, aindl free nccess given to slt. Rape was ...

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UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

UPPER .YARRA sHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHI-IY MEETING Thm erdi'iars monthly ise ling of tie 0atio-e was.hol' on Monday la,,. FrescnL , : ('r i I.ith igii, .313lir. Aiken. 31'Ow iu, Altickli?'.. . er:s, 31'lhr, , hii id Ewa r;, l'residlet is Allowance. The ,ee, i ,r: (.dir IP. .nrey) h'i vitig aikein 1he chair, on the am t.ion? o Cr ]Ewart. tlhe quest in of lxing thoe prcsitdelti's al!owance i 'r .he c-ilning veir w\ars diCiiasi-li. ;\ tcIlait h:il r l-i, i ,l i i iliqUet. l IIn ii tie old pritieei s atI, the ole-tin., of ttie o r i hirhe : lelllt. iii iig st i ilt t1 iidihg., t i.. is1s iimnsv d liv t'is :il Ot'.taii aiil Mackley Itllln tl It- resiil ctlts altlowaeiice hii iiictiasei?d fritit £20 t? .ttI,5 foi' tih viar fri enable lu'e a oulll o Ie paid. 11 iUde-i ,staiiii lg It) t is ll i l lectl Ji'lls . i k arriveid atl i the tline. Cr Aikeii pitteslllte.It, gaii-. Ih iioittilii. 'ht bl l tini iit t i: i1 i 'nLt hil al.:t lhe tipeilll lg 'oill t shire 1t1ii ll. but 'oie \ k\l;,:k, :ftrll...

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SQUELCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

SI? lELCJI El). 1 he rIeI n I oi jthe u1i]ch rhl'gued-;bl-lu4 Canal toll b1inS to, 4uij l 4Xn 4':cellent sto"," of i'uilmn i ( 14 tha- 14, 41h' movin4 - spirit in tile con.?tt uoti an of the great I''Lcl t lo· t 1,1441(I'~ 41441 44 1 144lh I~e' Caolll]·Iistii. One mornin:? a rather lidgety ,,uhor dinate came i;?to) th, codnol's oithe. "I go . u, e, c ," he e 41441, " Id I 4:,'. .l He got no furth,,r, for the <,olune], with up!r'ted e414,4 ' ,br·, cut in ....4 "Lette? Leitte'? 'lThere must Ib+, s (e,, mistake. I ha114 written yl u 4 ' 'letterl" "O14 , 4 " , coh' Il ,4" re' tatied th; ' Sa11. 4Ive g4 ,t it 440' re. It'4 ( ab1 , ut the work de',n art .?li,':lorts. Note. At ain the colonel out i0 . "Oh, I s+'eI But yo'mi obled me. You spoke of ,mv htter. Youm llantll, 6f c,,uvse, inv ord,'rs!" Tim colonel's bhle < 'e? .stared chldly uLg the, alrgmlnent'ztives man, w'ho, sud-¢. denlyv loling that the conversat:on waIs at[ ail enld,] "fdod al\Vay,"

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DAMPED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

)DA31MPlD 0UT1'. Here is an incidentCI CInnected wIith the law it the lRoyal Navy, 'No emok ing during \work Ihours." Old hanids'steal n ,mokeo as often as possible. 'ihelirl fa\-brte hiding place aLboard tile old battslehip Slowspced was onl utpper deck colltparttmenll oil the part side. Onie day the colluntander nhticd sol ume. ot smokle croiinig out of tue sky light of thif place. 110 .-nilfed, fthen quietly u:bve orders for otllicials to staind by fot' ilte qjarters. 'T'hei he yelled, esi.o to sad i ctlmp'ilalllt1et "Sioidt off lire 5t.ltiuas!" 'Th:e bugil. rang out, the bells claig e!, Iind the whiutels piped. Erverytlhing ready. th~e C.O. yelledl "l'iit, in the 1)pirt--- ! Plass hioso doiwn si:ylighlt."' Al'ter, itn, minuites of thi, thle bugle sotuinlel tilie "Cese,'" ,itd the culprits \Vlre releusasl, like drowned irats.

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PARTED FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

PAltTED FRIENDS. . During a trial in Tip crary, Curan made a scalthing attacK on a ltani1 agent. T'wo dI.y lt er 111 i'n nrltlg gentlenman burnl. intlo hii bedroorm inl Dublin, before the couns lir \\as out of bed, and, ilourihlini a hors.whlip savagely, said: "bir, I'm the gentiolellll yuu insult ed in the court-llluo~te in (luomnil in tho pre-ence of the w110] cunllltry, and I'm hero to thlr rah t\ou sindly." "\\What!" oxclaimled Curran, indig naltly. "You cill yuu.-elf a gon telllan, and yel .loil 111.';an to ostilO a uliain wl n'hen le 's 1ling dt[O\in ? ' "No, be:lad," prote. ted, tlhe agent, sco'crn:itg to t;>ke ;a lnuiiit ;di'Utlr; a2, rl hi . nei iym , and sitting dow l. "'I'11 just1 wait till you get out i' bed, andl( I11n 1'1 givLe it I yollu not and J rlothI , it that's the way of it,' •aid uIrr'an, "'1 1 lie here you chlange youlr mind." And lhe turnl d <iler on his otiher hide. Ihe agtent laughed and the ct)un-ollhr lautlghed, and lh who c-.ine to whiip .t...

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AFTER OTHERS FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

AITIE1 UI'IEIR.S tAILEJI). "I use C.hambleriaint's Pain alkm for I, It hr at, IId fhild t) lln Tll)b hin'._" rlic'ves it.:' writes Mr T. :Den nis, llihit'tli. N.Z. "It worked won dters wlhori I sprained my ankle, giv i nit.m iiniiiditite rnlie) 'te til p5in i" telr ithir lina mients had railed.ui ii'i i ,hi r ii 's Pain Iialm has alo r?,lifttd Ilue Ullltlly [I HICS ['t'tD I r1tol 111:14 bi~llX.

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HAZELDENE [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

HAZELDENE (l rai o .r o,,.. a rU *jO dutb...t) For many years this district has beern considered one of the " back blocks" of civilisation, but itlis a pleasure to note that it is coming to the front, as indicated by th' provision of a polling booLt at the local hall on the 5th. It is a step in the right di"ction, as 1 :nt sure there vwere many v ho Voulld not have votcd, had they h:ad to walk o\ver to Mount 3cenak as some didt at last election. The polling was quiet ldueing the day, but there was tquite a rush between 5 and 7 p.m., but all went smoothly under the dir cction of Mr 1. MhlIntyreo, presid ing oflicer, ably assisten by Mr C A, Read,

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVI. AN OLD FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Ringwood and Croydon Chronicle — 11 September 1914

- THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVI. AN OLD FRIEND. It was a great pity you wer not at the Academy," said Rllymond Duval, taking his long pipe out of his mouth and surveying his wile with his sleepy eyes, as he lounged iull length on his T''urkish divan; "you would have en joyed t, and it would have been a capital oppol tunity o0 introlucing ydu to my uriends." "Don't you think your friends woulo rather have been without me?" with a scornful curl of her lip, as, seated on a low chair, she played with Iildoree slhaggy coat. "'he women would, perhaps,' smil ing as he othought of little Vic; "but not the men. 1 shall have to keep the doors barricaded, alter this busi ness or teo Iphigeniai." 'W\Vas it lecogn~seu?' breathlessly. "I was regularly mobbed to lind out who it was; but 1 kept my owni coun sel, and sent them all off in a fog." "'I never would have sat for it, if I had thought of it." He raised his eyebrows. "My dclear, I told you to." HIer eyes dlashed. 'I don't suppose you woul...

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