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Selected Poetry. ONE WORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

(Selected Poetry. ONE WORD. ' Writo ino an epio,' tho warrior oaid— ?' Victory, valor and glory wed.' 'Prithco, a ballad,' exclaimed tlio_ Itnlght — *? TrowcaB. adventure nnd faith unite.' An nrln tn frrpilnin.' the natriot Cried-* 'Liberty won and wrong defied.' 'Give mo a drama.' tho scholar asked — ^ 41 The inner world in tho outer masked. ' Frame mo a sonnet,' the artist prayed™ 'Power and patoion in harmony played. ' Sing me a lyric,' tho maiden sighed— ' A lorlt-noto waking tho morniug wide. ?* Nay, all too long,' said tho busy ago, ' \Vrito mo a lino instead of a pngo.' The swift years spoke, tho poet heard, ' Your poem Tfiito in a ninglo word. * He looked in tho maiden's glowing i-ycs, A moment glanccd at tho starlit attics, Prom thi lights below to tho lights nbovo '-'Anil -Wrote the onc-v?ord poem— Love.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

THE GREAT NERVE AND BRAIN TONIC IS HADE FROM THE RECIPE OF A CELEBRATED GERMAN 'PHYSICIAN Soothing Powders, FOR CHILDREN CUTTING THEIR TEETH. ?'HOUSEWIFE'S FRIEND' Ia invaluable for preserving Fruit, Eggs, Butter, &o Dr Steel's Medical Wonder Cnrca Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, nnil all internal and external Aches and Pains. ' 33° E2. IE x J ' Will be found tho Purest, most Wholeaomo and Diaeatible Food for Invalids aud Children. Scream of all fruits Excels all other Fruit Salts, and is a most I Beneficial, Refreshing, Agreeablo Beverage. Universal Baking- Powder Tho Purit.y nnd High Salutary IiiDucnco of Every Ingredient composing it ial - - GUARANTEED. , . P'HESTYEillC ©n^TTSaBST.; ? PHENYLIC OINTMENT, a now preparation epceially adapted for thp cure of Ulcerated and Other Wounds, and in all cases wher^. a Stimulating Ointineut is required. f Botanic €imm, ' la absolutely free from pernicious' acids ; it' gives tho hair a oillty omoolhncBS, arid proventn it f...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

RAILWAY. Down Thaima. — A mail train loaves Sydney daily (Sundayo oxceptcd) at 9 p m. Campbelltown 10. S, Victon 10.53, Mittngang 12.12 am, Bowral 12.10, Mosa Valo 12.40, arriving at Gonlburn at 2.20, and Albury 11.55. The Melbourne express leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays and Sundays excepted) at 5.15 p nt, Mittacong 8, Bowral 8.8, arriving at Mosa Vale at 8.20. leaves at 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 nnd Albury 5.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily {Sundays excepted) at 9.30 a m, Mittagong 12. 4G p m, Bowral 12.54, Moss Vole 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at 7.55 am, Picton 9-55. Mittagong 11.5, Bowral 11.12, Moss Valo 11.35, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20 p ni. A second tourist train leaves Sydnov every Saturday at 2.2S pm, Mittagonc5.30, Bowral 5.37, ' and arrives at Moss Vale at 5.50; A passenger train leaves Sydney for Picton at 5.17 p.m., and a mixed train leaves Picton for .uictaRongac j.*-/ p m. Up Traxks. — A mail train leaves A...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

MMUtt HLUBT^DBEMAKING, MISS MOLONY HA8 much pleasure in announcing to tho LADIES of MOSS VALE and SUE BOUNDING DISTRICTS that sho ia JUST OPENING her Large aaf IM Assort# Season Stock -OF— French and JErogaSsEa Millinery, Hints, IBounets, Birds. Wings, ©rmanimcsifo, HVflmmimaiiiings* Elc,, DDpess materials em (OUnewflotf; IT wcenHo. Sen'gcs, IFanoy ©ress (Komnlla mnndl TMnniiniiiidnngs. Equal in Style and Price to any House in Sydney* ? :o: ? A FIRST-CLASS STAFF OF DRESSMAKERS FROM SYDNEY 021 PREMISES STYLE AND FIT GUARANTEED. ' , ? o ? I ORDERS BY POST PCTNCTCJALLY ; VAT TENDED - TO. ' ?! ; V: : NOTE THE ADDRESS : . OPPOSITE THE NEW POST OFFICE, ARGYCE STREET, MOSS T SHOPPING BY POST. THE CELEBRATEDlRiElT CLOTHING Men's Winter Wear. First quality Tweed Suits, splendid value 40a I Regulation Serge Suits, fast colors-,.; 45s Extra quality Tweed Suits do. 45a Cheviot Serge Siiits, fast cblors ... 50a .Special quality Tweed Suits:-, do. G3s I Extra quality Sta(V Serge ? ... 57s tfd Sam...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT scnxcsE [Established, 1849.] HEAD OFFICES : 87 Prrr-STitEET, Svdx:: Directors : — Hon. J. P. Abbott (Cnairman) ; Joseph Abbott, Esq., II. P. ; A. W. Meeks, Esq. ; Thomas -ittleiohn, Esq. ; James R. Hill, Esq. Geoeral Manager and Actuary : Richard Tceco F.I.A. Assistant Actuary : David Garment, P.I. A., F.F. A. Secretary : Robert B. Cameron. THE only Australian Lifo OfBco which gives a a Bonos every ye.ir. Profits divided for the year 1890. over £467,000. T/lnims aro payable immediately on proof of death. Annual Income, £1,741, 3.'17. Accumulated Funds, ten millions sterling. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND COR RESPONDENTS. All Business Correspondence or Letters intended for insortion in 'Tub Scrptineer' should bo addrcased'to the Editor or Manager. . ^Ite giTittiueei', BERRIL1A DISTRICT PRESS, AND West -DQMmcH-enn Adly-Dc«atto, (ESTABLISHED 1874-18 Years,) PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY ' Uttered out of timet or concealed in proper season, good savowetk of ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

. Holloway's Pills.— Tho changes of tempemturo and weather frequently upKQt persons who nrc moat cautions of their health, nnd moot particular in their dietn. These eorrcetivc, pmifyiug/aiul gentle aperient Pilh nro tho be3t remedy for nil defcctivo actions of tho digestive orjjano ; they augment tho appetite, strengthen the stomach, correct billions* ness, and carry oft' nil that ia noxious from tho system* Hollow.iy's Pills aro composed of rare balsam's, unmixed with baser mattor, and on that account arc peculiarly woll adapted for tho yuung, dolicato and aged. As this peerless medicino has goincd fame it; tho past, tso \vill preserve it in tho futuro by itt renovating and invigorating qualities, aud its' incapacity of doing harm. Pi'BLic NoTK'i:. — Mr. Sibcrt, photographer,' In thanking tho public for their kind patronage, begs to nnnonnco that as ho has weathered the winter, ho has determined to remain, and his travel ling photo waggons are now traversing tho different districts...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

Local and General. Half Holiday^ Association.— A meeting of those interested in tho above was held at Mr. Salmon's ehop on Thursday evening last. Present —Messrs. S. W. Hodgo (chair), Rov. Stoddart, Aid.' Roso, H. Wiles, A. Salmon, J. Viles, G. Gissing, E. Samuel, G. Town, H. Abrams, and G. Lee. After a great deal of discission as to tho best means of carrying out tho Half-holiday Association the following resolution, which was proposed by Aid. H. C. Roso and ueconded by Mr. Gissing. was I carried unanimously : — 41 That a meeting bo held in the Oddfellows' Hall on Thursday evening next at 8 p.m. todiacnua the advisability of re-forming the Half-holiday Association, or of amalgamating with tho St. John's Recreation Club, and that a post card bo sent to all those interested requesting them to attend.' Ardoh Day at Bowhal. — Wednesday next Arbor Day at Bowral— will be kept there as a public holiday. Funds have been liberally sub scribed for the celebration. Oddpellowship.— Tho install...

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Beneift Entertainment a Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

DBciicffit Entertainment nt . , IlSjmtauoon. -i:.. The members of tho Mutual Improvement Society, on Saturday last, gave a Mirislrel Entertainment in aid of Mrs. Barton who has recontly been bereaved of her husbnnd and left with eight children. The house was crowded. Mrs. Nicholas presided atthepiano. The entertainmont was openod with a solo by Mrs. Nicholas. A nigger farce, in which members of tho Society took part, reflects groat orodit upr-n these gentlemen. Mr. Nicholas and Miss Jones sang that well known duet ' What aro tho Wild Waves Saying,' in splendid stylo, and for whioh they received an oncoro but which was not responded to. Mr. W. Nicholas and Mr. Jonee, in a farco 'Wanted a Cook,' were highly appreciated by tho audience. A pianoforte duet by Mrs. Nicholas and Miss O. Nicholas, was all that could have been desired. In the nong Maggie Darrow's Weloomo,' Misa Chambers sang most credit ably and received a well deserved encore. Mr. Divcn gave a recitation, and for which he r...

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

B R IB V a A. Intending candidates for the University examinft- j tionn arc reminded that their namoj must bu sent 1 in to the Secretary by the 20th inst., and not 27th p. 3 announced in our laob iaouff. The Rev. W, A. Leech prcachcd in tho Bong Bong church on Sunday morning and took for his text Rev. Ill, 23rd vccac. The lessons wcro read by tho Hon. J. Lackey. The choir of tho Mormon Tomplc at Salt Lake io 300 strong, while oft at St. John's Church, Moos Vale, the fingers of one hand will count them. Human nature. Tho churehos of Moss Valo showed what it is like on Sunday oveniug. The Melbourne to Sydney express was again an hour and a half laic at Moss Vale on Friday morning. Scotchmen are tho inhabitants of ovory country uxccpt their own. Dean Lockicr said tho reason wc meet with so many clevor Scotchmen i3 because every ono of them who has any oenso leaves bio country os fast as he can. And won't they roll up at the Scotch conccrt on Wednesday evening ! Among the tenders opened...

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FOOTBALL. KANGAROO VALLEY V. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

, FOOTOBABilL. , ! KANGAROO VALLEY V. BOWRAL. j'.-;'' ASSOCIATION. Mi [B* Goal Post.] . Tho return match between those teams eventuated on tho Glebo ground, Bowral, on Saturday afternoon last, and resulted. in a decided win for tho homo club. Tho ground was is good oHor, and tht weather all that could be desired. Tho attondanco was largo, and inoludod a number of tho fair sox.' Tho Association had far tho best of tho gamo all through ; but considering tho disadvantages tho visitoro had to eontond with thoy mado a vory good otand. Seven or eight of thoir boat mon boing ab.-ont, thoy had to sub stitute others, four of whom had never playod hoforo, and a pick-up from 'Moss Yalo. The Yalloy forwards (with tho ex ception of four ur livo) instead of packing in the serums and hooling tho ball out to their own mon, would kiok it through to tho opposing backs. Tho kicking of tho Yalloy mon wa3 also vory inferior. Tho Association ohowod a groat improvement iu every department of tliogamo, the...

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Moss Vale R.R. Corps [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

IMoss Wsde HUE. (Dorps The monthly prize-shooting ot the' Moss Vale R.R. Corps was held on the Browley range on Wednesday, .August 10th, and Saturday, August 13th. The weather was generally unfavorable. The scores were completed with result as follows , ; 500 600 Hep. ' Tti.„ Pze. D.Clifford ._ 27 27 12 66 20s W. Bell ? 20 26 15 61 15s E. E. Row ... 22 18 21 61 12/6 F. Bray ? 25 25 , 8 58 10s H. Richardson ... 25 26 4' 55 7/6 C. Taylor ? 20 27 5 52 :6»- R. H. Jervis ... 24 - 23 5 . 52 G. Gissing ... 13 16 3 E2 ! J. H. Scroggie ... 10 : 14 . ? 12 V..36 .: . I ff. Coleman ... 26 ''23, '1.3-^ ; 52/' ' Jan. Wotton ... 23 ' -17 12 ? 49 L. Samuel ... 9 ' 2 021 32 Jas. Taylor ... 12 16 15 43 W. Wallace ... 9 12 2V' T42' 3 G.Bailey... ... 22 19 4 , '45i'8 . H. G. Lambert ... 27 18 0 45 ^

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Bowral Municipal Councli. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

Eov/s fit KlnnScipnll (Douacui. At last meeting there were present : Aldermen Holmes (Mayor) Hariison, Bissakor, Rioo, Franklin, Campbell, and Oxlriy, Minutes of opecial meeting read and con firmed. ; CORRESPONDENCE. Letter in reference to the Burradoo-road, urginp upon tho Department tho calling for tenders' for samo. From Mrs. Sullivan asking for ube of one of- tho 't'ooma at the Council Chambers in ?which to hold the University Examinations, Bowrnl being tho centre of. the district. The Mayor explained that these examina tions had previously been held at Berrima ; but the University agrees that the examina tipn may in future bo held in Bowral provid ing they found tho accommodation —Request acceded to, on the motion of Aldermen Oxley and Campbell. -ra_._ t ? rv,1i;»,. nolr.'n™ f.ii- nni-mi'qomn jjrom jauioa — to erect an awning in front of small shop being erected for Mrs. HarrisoD.— Per- mission granted. „.rFrom VW. T. Angus, asking the council to improve Gladstone-road and ho w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

Special Advertisements ?? ? H/RiMiiiiir MOSS V A.LE, Cpholstcrcr, Fronoli Polislicr, Picluvo I'rmnor- C: o, A LARGE Stool: of Furniture, Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door lila to, &c„ always on hand. Spring Roller and Venetian Blinds, nude nnd fitted or repaired, j COMNIERCIAI BANKING-! COMPANY. -0- IP CitTDijEl' Established 1831. Incorporated 1843. Head Offlo~°'° : GYDITEY. CAPITAL ? ^tiOO.OOO EESERVE FUUD ? 3030,000 Total ? PMBQ.000 iST Brandies throughout Nov/ South Wales and .. Queensland. Agcnccs throughout tlie v/orld. AH usual Banking Biuiinccs transacted. H0S3 VALE BItAIJCH, E. EVERARD ROW, Manager. : W, H, PALIN0 k 00., 3ToEr.3:a^n?n:E3-. BnABuanED 1853. liiconroitATED 1893, . '' Bole 'n^^nn, Jnllos Penriah, Ucbol nnd Lcchleitcr, Carl ? Echc, ThcViotor, The Belling; nnd for tho urorld-ronoivnod lvSTKY ORGANS and Boonoy'n Brass Baml Instruments. Univwraal Providoraof PIANOFORTES* ORGANS. MUSIC, and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Kvery Description. PIANO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

::: VEhe :. ; :.teems ; , . .,...; ip'jt t'l'SUBSCMFTiOK* 2/0. per quarter prepaid ; . 5/* it, . t,ibooked y charged only from tho time of commencing. Quarters, end March 31, Juno 30, September 30, J&ecembor 31 , at whtchperiods only can subscriber* dtclino by giving . a wceVo notice in writing direct to the office — not through a local collector — and paying to tho then running quarter. ♦ Advertisements — otlcss than one inch, l/-ior v i-4h® first: two lineo and 3d. per line after; longer 'jh; adrcrtiflemcnta, 3/- for the first inch and 1/0 for .1 OTory aubsequent inch. A liberal reduction made -to .atahdiog advertisements. Advertisements o ? ... lirtlif, mairiagcc, and deaths, if sent by post, must bi authenticated by. tho oignaturc cf some person r T known at tho office, or they will not be inserted. ' '-Advertisements will be received up to 6 p.m. on I ; o! 'publication. Tho number of insertions ' ?:fi^buld be written on: the face, or tho advertise irieriU will bo contin...

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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

POSTAL, Mow Val*:.— Mnil3 nrrivo from Sydney and intermediate rtations daily (Sundays excepted) nt 12-uO n in and 2pm; Berrima at noon and 9.30 p m Sutton Forest at 0 p m ; lNowra and Shoal haven districts at 1.15 am; Robertson and Burrawang daily (Saturdays excepted) nt 2 am; Goulhum and South daily (Sundays excepted) at 2.50 a m. Mails closo for Sydney nnd intermediate stations daily (Saturday excepted) at 0.30 pm, also by express at 0am (Sundays and Monday/i excepted) ; Goulhum and South at 9.30 p m and lam; Nowra, Shoalhaven, Burra wang, and Robertron at O.30 p m ; Berrima nnd Suttort Forest nt 9.30 p m and 1.30 p m ; Meryla Wednesday nnd Saturday at 2.30 p.m. Letter receiver at railTT.iy ntation cleared daily at 12.30 am; tho two othcra at 9.15 pin daily. The post ofiiao opono from Dam till 0 p m, nnd tho telegraph offico from 9 r- m till 8pm Po3t ofiico opens on opens on Sundnyo from 9 till 10 a in for delivery of lcttcro only. Letter carrier leaveo ofiico daily at 8.30 a m nn...

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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

Local Information. rmnHES. Fon Sctton Fohest. — Haddin's coach leaves | Moss Valo al I 7.15 a m returning at 8 a w 2.15 pm „ 3pm 7pm 1 1 8pm Faro Is single, children Gd I For Bhiuuma. — Haddin's coach leaves Mosa | Vale at 7 am returning at 12 noon 2.15 pm „ 8 pm Faro lo Cd single, children Od Small cbargo made for parcels sent through the driver Sundays ns above except tho midday journoya Special trip3 made a} any titno on application to Mr Harldm Coaches also run to Robertson and Kangaroo Vnlloy

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Political Utterances. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

Political IB iterances. ' . . (To the Editor of the Scrutineer). Sir, — Although the Government litis pro mised to introduce a Local Government Bill -'it '? ?3' retiinrknble how rarely the subject is alluded to by membors outside tho ranks of tho Ministry, although it has engaged the nttention of tho country for many years past. It is generally admitted that there can be no real industrial progress in the country dis tricts -until a proper system of local self government has become established ; yet we ? are being told of the paramount importance ' of Australian federation and how everything - should be sacrificed to the work of securing it. This is all very well, but it is like the, country doctor who told a fover patient not to go lo Iho local hospital but to wait until lie (the doctor) h'd ordered some medicines 1 from Sydney, to which the patient objected, Baying that he might die in the meantime. The great want of- the country is practical politics, and in these Local Self-gove...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE Must ledhtinotly understood that tea do not necessarily identify ourselves with opinions' expressed by correspondents.']

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

IlBwmlniaoora. t -(FfOM.Our Correspondent.) .. v Entertainment.— The members of the BundaJ noon Mutual Improvement and Dobating .'Clasp, gave the most successful minstrel entertainment in every ty ay that I think has ever been given many part of the district. Those that took part' were only amateurs, some of them never appeared in character before, aud after oniy three weeks practice everything going off without a hitch, proved Jh;t all were heart and soul in tho matter before them. The Centennial Hall was crowded, some only find ing standing room,' which, considering tho dftptesr* ed state of the .times, far oxceeded the anticipation of the performers. No doubt the object for which tho concert .was given, pained the sympathies and attendance of the audience. In addition t^tfe proceeds of the concert, the generous firm of tea [ merchants — Messrs. Atcherley and Dawson .has promised the secretary a canister of tea :to l*o donated to Mrs. Barton' and family, a very com inendablo actio...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

Kobertson. ( From Our Correspondent.) . , C Tiioor Association*.— A meetingof tho cavajry was held on ' Saturday evening, there 'being present— Serg. Major W6od, (chairman), Serjj. E. Blencowe (Secretary), Serg. M. Hnrirahan. Lient, R. McEvilly, Corp. T. Seery, Troop:ra E.' 'Hum- phries, J. Carre, and G. White. * The auditors balancc-sheet showing a credit balance of £8 3s 7d was adopted on tho motion of Corp. Seory and Trooper Humphries It was resolved that a sccord clas3 team of tho C. Troop compete against a team i of tho Bnrrawanc Reoervo Rifle Company on Satur* day fortnight, It was also decided to adopt the Id a point system for carbine practiso to start from next Saturday. The following were then selected to shoot against Burrawang, Captain J, .J. Wal ters, Corps. T, Seery and A. Humphries, Troopers G, Bernic, J. McBridc, R, Williams, W, Bell, E. Humphries, nnd J. Coston ; cmcrgcucics. Lance Corp. W. Vandenberg, and Parrier-serg, Tatlow, The CakbInk Match between Humphries' a...

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