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Strange Sign of Gratitude [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
! Strange Sign of Gratitude ! ? "When I w'as starling in business," says Sir Thomas J.ipton, " I was tery p&lt;>(ir, and needed every penny 1 could earn lo enlarge my little business. I hail it lml of fourteen as assistant. One Monday morn ing tho boy came in with a very mournful cxpi'ri;i:i&lt;m. 1 nsU«*(| hilll what (he trouble u-ns, and he said, ' I have uo clothes fit to wear at church, sir. 1 can't get. a now suit, because my father is (load, and I h;wc to help my mother pay the rent.' I thought it over, and Jiu ally look enough jnonev from my : hard-earned savings to buy the lad a. good, warm suit ot clothes, with" which he was delighted. The next | day he did not come to wlM'U, nor1 the next; and when three days had; gone by, and 1 had heard nothing j from him, 1 went, lo his home 1 o | find out what had become of him. * Well, \ ou soo, sir,' said the mother of Jho boy, ' Kobert looks so rospeet. able in Ms nrw suit, thanks to you, sir, thai we thought we h...
PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. BETSY BALCOMBE AND THE OGRE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. &lt; UETSV IU1.COM UK ANT) T1II0 OCJIilv On October to, IM."., Napoleon Uonnparto (^ejjieniny arbiter of Kurupn, now a captive "general," condemned to lifelong exile) arrive/! at the lonely island of St. Helena. The strange stories 1 old of tin; "i 'nrsiean Ogre" hud led sonic simple folk to imagine him an something more fiendish than hu man, nn«l when lie rode up to Uriers Cottage, on hi:> wny into tho interior of the island, two pretty girls \\ho had been watching tho enwtlcade beat a pro 'i|»it ate re treat. Their father checked tlicir foolish fears, ami fourteen-year-old 1>el y.\ I hi too mbe saw a pale, 1 >ut still itignilmmi, man descend ft**tin his Iimj-.m.' and enter the 4rai"'li»n. t'iii'liny (lie girl kne.v some I'mich, Napoleon amused himself by quest v * * ? i i n t»" her, and in tea ininut.es Betsy am! the "ogre" were the best of friends. The arqun i n J u nee rip- : ened during N»potoon 's ti'inporary f.-w i &lt; !&...
Buln Buln Shire Council. MONDAY, 9th FEB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
Buln Buln Shire Council. MONDAY, Oil! FEB. Present-Crs Kennedy (President), Petschack, Byriell, McHugh, Currie, Hayes, Stephens, Woolstencroft and Rowe. FlNANCfi. A. and P. Kennedy (Noorim E'«at rd) £42,JJ. Cook(Jacknun*a truck) £33 J3&lt; (id, S. J* Koi*era (Smith's rd) £10, S. J. Rogers (Costci's td) £27, H. P. Calvort (Wealmnport rd) £7 2s, I. Couk (Jack* eon's track and Nonlj Jindiviek rd) £00. M.J. Chambers (Selimutur'a rd £0 1G». W. C. Kuhimann (m.itorinl) £7 Ia.4d, (Aiiudriv!>) £1 3.i 81, Vcioiian Railways (freight) £1 5«, Kiueirtan Bron 'timber) 3* 5 1, Mitchell and C-> (*»ilider blade) £2 10a, J. Watts (canai»»-) i.'2 14b 0d, Hopkins 13ms (sundries) 15* Otl. It P. Calvcrr. (dtj>"9ir) £1 7-», S. J UitfjiTH dep&lt;»»it) £2 5a, I C«'ok (depose) £2 13s, Public Works Dept. (-wiu nuti iiiL' acc',) £12 I7f« J. Stewart (pan sur vict-, Ijunuwarry) £1 13i 10d, J)ovvn«y and Chiiatenai-H (pan aurvico, Neuriin S h) £4 1b Rutter Factory Co. (l:ght in«!, Drcuin) £...
THE WIPING OUT OF A CLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
TUN WHTNO OUT OK A ULAN. The feud which had long raged 1 »o t wpon the famous Scottish clans Macdonald and Mac]rod-1 he osten sible cause of ^hich was an insult offered l>v a Macleod to a daughter of (»iic of t-he greatest of the .Mae rionalds-coiiclu&lt;Jcd on Sep! cm her l!:i. 17 10. Macleod set Hail f>>t" tin: island lioiut* of Die Alacdoiialds with such a numlior of followers that any re sistnn«-r> i>y the inhabitants on the If'iM'lv JMe of l-itzi; wo'iltl ii»v«. i»ooi» folly, and s&lt;> thought Mardonuld when hi> snu' Ins heredit ary foe ap proacJjj.-j^- ihe shore. (.'ailing his people together, he ga\e orders ihat they should conceal t hemseh os in a ivn'1 near the .seashore, which, al though large enough to hold them nil. hail hut. a narrow opening, con cealed by a cascade of water fall ing from I lie clilT ahovp, Suspecting n. ruse, as they could n&lt;d. .see any inhabitants, I he Mac ieods searched the island thorough ly. but wit...
A VALUABLE FIND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
A VALKA1U.K KIN-1'. A tower of roM was rr^d by somo uorkni'Mi on October }\\ 17CM, in (lip of a thirU Cdj'sn in 1 ho nviirht'ourhood of a small \ilJajzi? near Unmlnjix. It was )\ fort hi^h, 'J, f.-rt. in circum forX'tice, find modelled ,-tflrr tln'.st\l&lt;* of an I'M &lt;;otlii.-. Ihu.t. II. w»s mad« of virgin pdd, nnd was valued at :m> ]na mjiii Hint no p^i,:-:«'n v'otild imrt'li.-ivc it. Thl- oWIHT of tint l;i in] r] ;i ) h i i'i 1 il ; lint. UovernnuMit, tu&lt;>U possesion of it. without, any paym»Mit, though | ?.vcMjt.unlJy t hoy ^ranlod th»* land lord /Jorins for il, and II. linti evidently Im-.-u rrivh*d mi | n clear Kparc of ground, ami roul ni^inoratnrl iho mart yrdoiu of a famous paint. Tho orna mental tra»'- | in£ rr'prvsf'ut imI a li>n^-l>i';inU'd man j toriurrd to death Ht, thf stake, ? and o)i tho luisi' was 1 In* iijiuri' of j n womnn, wilh ont .\d nv1 rlird hands nnd flying* hair.
RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION LONGWARRY STH V. ATHLONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION LONGWARRY STH V. ATULONE. The following nro the icori't of the cricKe' nmicli plnyud at lyjngvr&rry Sill on Saturday : - [.ungwurry Sill. R. Dowuio ... ... 31 H. J HI in;in ... ... 3 A, Tolluy ... ... 7 M. Willis ... ... 0 H. Ne»I ... ... 17 0. Dn«ni&lt;\ retired ... 42 11. MiilluU ... ... 7 N Clioothmn, not out ... 7 Hye« 3 Total 117 Atliionc. O. Treadwall ... ... 1$ W. Sinothurst ... ... 1 Allchin ... ... 5 CiloVlT ... ... 5 Julian ... ... J9 J. Drew | ... ... 0 Duncan ... ... 2 A. Furreut ... .. 1 Mnnn ... ' ... 0 T. Drew ... 0 , Kujjlcniann, nut out ... 0 Sundries 3 Total GO The following is a complete list of nil t humaiches for J ho test «-f (he season. Matches to be plnyed on the ground &lt; f lirat-named team : - Ffh uu'y 14 AthloiiO V Nth Puo.»or»«: I^ii^warry Sili v Lnrdnur Kobi u try 21 Lirdner v Athlonu Longwarry Sill v Nth Puovn«ng Fohrun.y 28 A * 111 >i\ . v Lwiigwuny Sth Nih Po«»won^ v Lirdiicr March 7 Tjirdmkr v L«m«j;...
Drouin Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
. Droum Brass Band. Tbo annual mofting of tho Drouin Brass Band was held on Wednesday oveiiinK ill the Shire Hall, Mr W. H. ! Morton occupying tho chair. . The t>nl«nci>-»lioi;t aliowuil » credit balance of £5 5« 2&lt;i, members' sub scriptions £3 16s, Minstrel Concert £14 15H 6d, Maggie Moore Concert 10a, Xmas Eve collection £5 OR lOd, Sports collection 5s 3d.-Total £29 12 9d. Expenditure-Allan and Co. £11 5s, Sykcs £3 18s, Sutton 3b Id, Minstrel concert expenses £6 13s 9d, sundry accounts £2 9s 3d, balance in bank £5 3s 8d. The assets are-Outstanding cheque £2 2s, instruments £25, uniform# £10, music £110a, sundries 10s.-total L39 2r. The liabilities are LI3 5s 6d. The following officers were electod: -President, Mr VV. Ii. Morton; Vice Presidents, Mossrs Sunle.v and Casoy; Secretary, Mr VV. Wilkinson; Treas urer, Mr W. McNeilly; committee, President, Vice-Pre.fi dents, Secre tary, Treasurer, Mr It. Pease and Rov. 13. Crisp, (threo to form a quorum). Collectors, Mess...
"THE KINGDOM OF GOD IS NOT MEAT AND DRINK, BUT RIGHTEOUSNESS AND PEACE AND JOY IN THE HOLY SPIRIT"—ROM. 14:17. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
"THE KINGDOM OF GOD IS NOT AlEAT AND DRINK, BUT RIGHT EOUSNESS AND PEACE AND JOY IN THE HOLY SPIRIT"-Rom. 14:17. Thin statement by tho Apostle has. »een grievously misunderstood and mis oiMrued by some, and interpreted to each that the Kingdom of Goo i« not a u ul Kingdom locome, with Jesus ft« the die* Church &r the joint-heira in tho Kingdom, and the world hh the mhjeets, to hies*, rule and uplift during tho Millennial A art. It ih used to oppog« f)iim thou^rlitT tho claim being that when tho wordn Kinplom of God nre .ised throughout tho Scriptures they &lt;'i:ntfy not u real Kingdom but a rul*. »f ri>:l iteous»e.«% joy, pence, in the hearts of bt'liovorH. This in a serioun misinterpretation of the Apostle'* Ili.s argument may be juira phrupod limn: Abstain, dear hrctliren .VOID tho use of your lil>erty in Christ wherever vou find that it would stumble ho conscience of smother or bo to bin lindraneo in any manner. Consider H>t that tho advantage of being ....
Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
Phases oi the Moon. February--Firct quartpr 3rd, 8.32 p in ; Full m inn lltii, 3 31 a in ; la-1 qn.irter 17th, 7 23 pin; new moon 25th, 10.2 r in. March- Frst qnario' 0th, 3.8 p m , . iill iiiniin 12tli, 2.18 p m : lust quarter lOcb, 3.3!) a in ; new mo n 27tli, 4.9 j ii in. April-Firflt quarter 4tli, 511* a ui ; full lOt|>. ll.Jift p n» ; rjn,,r ter 17th. 5 52 p m ; new moon 20th, 9.21 p m. May -First quarter 3rd, 4 29 p in ; full moon 10th, 7.30 a m ; last quarter 17th. 8.12 a m : new moon 25th, 12.34 ) p in. I June-First quarter "2nd, 12.3 a m . ! full moon S li, 3.18 p in ; last quarter j 16th, 12 20 n m ; new moon 14 th, 1.33 j a in. ! July-Fir.H quarter 1st, 5.24 am:! Full ni'm.n 71Ii, 11.59 p m : Imt quarter j 15th, 5.31 pin ; new mnnn 23rd, I 12.3H p m ; first quarter 30th, 9 51 j it m. ! August-Full moon 6th, 10.40 a in; : last quarter 14th, 10.5S a m , new moon 21.&lt;t, 10 25 pm ; first quarter; 28th, 2.52 p m. September -Full moon 5th, 12 2 am; la>t quarter...
Warragul to Inverloch. INTERESTING OVERLAND JOURNEY. A DELIGHTFUL HOLIDAY. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
Warragul to lnverloch. L\TKIlKSTL\(i OVKIU.AIYI) JOUR NEY. A DKLKiiriTlir, HOLIDAY. (By ;i Warr.igtil Hesidunl). No. ' 2. The little town of Inverloch is situated near the entrance in Ander son's Inlet, nine miles from Won th;iL.'t;i. and twelve from Oullrim. and is connected with these places by coach. The Inlet is a long. nar row sheet, of water stretching for twelve miles from its entrance to (he month of the Tarwin Jliver, and separated from the ocean by a comparatively narrow tongue of rather sandy country, nowhere more than two miles across. The Inlet has an area of over 5,000 acres, and at high tide looks a magnifi cent sheet of water, hut when the tide goes out, how different is the scene: stretching away for miles i can lie seen great, tawny sand hanks with narrow channels of blue water, showing out anion}" (hum, looking, with the sun glinting on them, like veins of sapphire on a gold ground. About, a mile. from the jetty is the entrance to lie- Fnlel, anil a verv ilnri«&am...
RENOVATING PASPALUM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
RENOVATING PASPALUM. ' As illustrating the wonderful recu perative powers of paspalum, a pad dock which had boon in paspalum ?for thirteen or fourteen years was ploughed up. This was necessitated by constant cutting for seed and heavy grazing having weakened the sward. The experience in question 1 was that of settler in the Coramba district, New South Wales Somr I time ago a paddock of twelve acre« j was ploughed up with the object. ol | utilising it for the growing of fodder . crops for the dairy herd. Being dry 'tho pU>uv^hinK n^ccKsurily tfh;iU»»\v. About, the miUdlc of December maiv.r was sown. Dry conditions contmnuv: , produced indifferent germination. But | with the storms of January the pas i palum made a move, the yonnn ! growth showing up bet.we»>n the pod* ! as if it. had been planted. The nrii7.e i was about, .! to .*> feet. high. but. the | paddock was one waving field nf jv*s j palum fence high, and in full ser&lt;I. Th&lt;* | response was simp...
THE FARM. THE ABUSE OF ARTIFICIAL MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
THE FARM. THE ABUSE OF AKTIKICIAI. MANURE. In a lecture recently delivered be fore the May/icld Farmers' f'hih, Mr. G. A. Cowic, M.A., il.Sr., in des&lt;*rih inir certain abuses of artificial fertili sers, pointed out as one of the most, lla^rant the far too common system of one-sided or incomplete manuring. Many farmers were pro.ic to-u-n only one sort of manure and n^lert. altogether the other fTt'il isini: in gradients which may be as important or oven more important, for t.h&lt;* crop or soil in question. As practical instance:; of the a!»'»vp error, (he lecturer tjuote-d thr fre quent use alone of nitrate of s«»d:t, which at first micht pro'lum ;i luxu riant crowth, but will afterward-; refuse to perform its pro'^r funrti&lt;.n owinj: to the exhaustion of the natu ral phosphates and potash in th-» soil. The withholding of these tssrvi tial constituents from the manuring often explains the unsatisfactory re suits obtained from nitrate nfsorin. which, in c...
FIGHTING FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
FICHTINC, KISII. At Singapore it is the cust&lt;an to stock garden ponds vrith queer tishes - many of them of the fighting va- ' ri^ty so dear to the heart of Orien I I als. Those lish arc so combhtive that I it is only necessarj to place two of j them near each other and irritate ) thorn a little to brinj; rm a lively |comk'it. They charge eacib. other, j with tins rrcct, at the same time j clian^inj: colour in their excitement ; from the dullest of jrrey greens to ! brilliant, rods and blur*. r*>n J fliifinont in qmirtrrrt , j« not . needevf to arouse their combat/vo ! propensities. Place two class jars I close together, with one of these fifrhtinj: fish in each, awl they will at once swim round ami endeavour to \ charge each other through the inter posed Ivvcn a .^in^le f.sh, see-1 in^r himself reflected in a mirror, will | dart »t his own irnagt?, and, irrita- [ ted all the more by his failure to I reach his supposed enemy, will as- [ smne brilliant hues ; seeing his ...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
ftSAKE YOUR DISTRICT &C&SOWM. Concerning some Darts of the district news comes but seldom. Tins is nut the fault nf the Editor, for lie has no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the places ill tliu area of circulation. It is the fault of resid eits in tlio silent places. Will sumo man or w >man tako the matter on hand and cause the silence to cease ? If no one else is doing it for vour district, will YOU f ry on these lines ? Send accounts of public* and social events in your township or neighbor ho.id, Eticli as weddings, d-aths, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. Do not bother about grammar or spelling , it is the Editoi's work t:>: loo!; after these trifles. The barest skeleton i? enough. Write on one side of the paper only. Give information, but, let criticism alone. Write your name in some cornel* not for printing, but to prove good faith. Edison's latest Triumph, Blue Am berol Records, four minute, unbreak able, 2s ...
Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
Drouin Telenhnne pvchnnire 13 Stuphen, G. V. Winters, .I. J. Colquhoun, G. Martini, W. H. Buttor Erctory Hayes' Family Hotel Cusoy, D. V. IIouderuoH, A. K.J Pease mid Sons £§ Hamilton, Lardner Road Uackhouae, Skii.ner and Hamilton Shiro Hall. Drouin (W. Young, secretary) Fuhrtninn, W G. Communication 111 following places : Melbourne la Lonf:warry 2d Gar ti old 2d Pakenham 'Id Nnrrowarren Gd Dandenony K1 Traralgou Sd Yarragoii 2d Stratford Is-Id Morn'ell Gi Thurpdalo fid Walhaila Itokeby 13 ul 11 Hula Neurim Neorim Stli Neerim N. Upper Moondarra Coalville Barra Darnum Joim ly bo had ivitli tlio Warraijul Id Bunyip 2d Nar:mr&lt;*non 3d Pakenham E -id Berwick- Gd Oakloiyh HI Trafalgar lid Moo Sd S ile la 8d 2d 2d 4d .44 Gd 8d la Gd 3d la 8d Gd .Id 2d 2d Toonsubhio Rnsedale Biolarra Jindivick Ma lira Noerim East 3d Ncerim Junc.4d Otlioer -Id Nariacan Gd B lirnadale Is lOd Lindenoiv la 4 1 Nilma 2a Crosaovor 3d
REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
REPORTS. Treasurer Receipts since last meeting, £141 8s -id. Bank ac count now overdrawn, £1532 5B Id. L"an account in credit, £70. ENGIN KICK'S 11R po I; T. Mr S G. Gay, Engineer, reports as tollows : I have the honor to advise you thai owing to ill health, I have been unable to devote personal attention to outside works during the month. Main Roads Maintenance.-I had an interview with Mr McCormack (member of the Main Roads Board) and Mr Callaway (Engineer). in con nestion with the Maintenance of Mam riOiidjj taken over by the Board, and have also received type written general instructions a» to the system, and beg to submit the following for your consideration fa] That wherever possible trim ming up be done by road machine - Approved. (b) lhat as a general thing repairs be carried out by road gangs undei a 3ompetent foreman .Each gang to be supplied with one or two horses and drays as required ; light plough and scoop, light portable force, and tools required for work.-Approved. (...
TEA CAKKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
TEA CAKKS. 1 tablespoon butter, 2 tablespoons sugar, "1 cjcjj, \ eup milk, 1 tabb'Rpnon currants, cssence, Jib. Hour, 2 table spoons baking powder. Mode :-Bent butter find sugrar to a cream, add the welt-beaten. egg, then the milk, cur rants, and lastly flour and baWnz powder ; bake in small greased patty tins. An offer of £2-1.000 has b?en refusal for a carpet in the possession uf .J,\ han Kemowsky. a Prague antbjnar;., who claims that he can prov^ it to have been used by the Prophet Mi bomet when at prayer. A Grand Itapids (Michigan) wnr.ian has just graduated from the hiyjh school of that city at the aze of fifty. She plans to study for a docrec at the University of Chicago. Last .year a Brooklyn woman ai;ed seventy seven attended one of the public nijrht schools, and at the close of the season received her diploma with the rest of the class. 1915i
TOMATO JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
TOMATO .1 AM. Two pounds t otnat tics, 1 ilb loaf su^nr, li lemons sliced thinly. Choose tomatoes which are not quite ripe,wipe lln'in with a cloth, and remove I ho st fins. ( tit oach in four, 11 ml cook in a pr»\s»»rviiitf-piin with the si iecd Iriiion till tender; then add the suirar. hrini; It) the boil, and lioil last lor .!.% m'm utr*s. If necessary a littlt1 water can be added with the su^ar. should the preserve lit* loo t.hirk. This jam is delicious if carefully made.
Church Sold for 16s. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
Church Sold for 16s. I r Auvtimlv whii has tho I'Ci.MM'Ui or It'isuiv let \ n\\ n] in iho rp-m\. pr&lt;> \ 11. iui'I '!:».. '.--ity to in ' quiiv. u»tjst i. fi»*i« I'p nst ui.jsl-fii ; tin* iiiitiilMr of 'i'-.'-tH-lvu . . . f i/al ami i h'1 rtI.-1i. '!Iy l^'v I prices asked for thorn. simv t h»» ! li«|ui'l.i( ion of eh'uvit i?!*«fuM. All j mvM.S M'Min. 11 [ . U I' ^ I.". ll» lu.\" I '»M-I i j lioalfli I iv I lit- xil.' of cl lb., i oldest I'hurrhns in I Yu ik'o, at I " j a r i funlaifK*, in tfu> ^ci:/c . '(-(>/-&lt;> de partment, for oxac'ly MV^-a .shill ings ami nin^i-fiK'v halfpenny ' Tw..|v,. years a-o ih&lt;- ."IimtIi ' rii'-'l I-. fall to im-'.t-. M-i.l tin- rirh.-r i nhiil >i t a ri ( s pri\a'''ly :>? i !.»t rri b'*11 i'"t* and luiilt. a now rh'ip-h, t" which the* tooU the doors, v. ind&lt; »\\ au-i . memorial t aM»'t s. iiP'l'Hiii!:: mi-ono:' t li" poivh, slaiit:.c thai, lia> eh'iivh was hntlt in Hi1' \ 'i.ir I I ».**» " T"...