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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

i I (■ !>ny | ttiis. U. UUftfK! Sinister of 15:8 ■CGKGEES&TIOBL KJSSIOH CHURCH, Fitzroy, K&tourne.' | i ootids his opinion of CLIiiii " I was recommended lo try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, wilh insomnia ■and severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines lo no purpose. j One bottle put me right j j and was Worth ils weight irj | 'i gold. i j "I reoom mend this medi- J < cine strongly. I | (Stqued) K JOHN IlOSKiNG." | Slriw Rev. J. HOSKIKG. O.D.. » I j 'jlkiwwn at on earned «i wc:'/.?r, ar,<J f* jiiii ie/ti;r.ony <9 CI.f;*MKN T S f OWJiJ j | i ■ wm Bent f r llie jjo xj ji do, TKU i f is^icme crji*tn efftcU on u>ij- j \ ' ; down or urit*»»:d and q'ii<*lv )t ; • j r*}Jr.irt Hi! o»cite». VMtaen, Lw Of \ \ T] Krtp, Poor ArptWic. 0»n 'Ipofiou ir.d J ; Iviqutun. ALL CI 1F.MISTS and i f jJ_ . STORi:!) SLLL IT. jj j Cfanu?wteln's TL7"" 'Caoien I . ""SUSUSiKV CjEJ-AHIJtB....

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Cricket Association. FIXTURES. The following is the list of district Cricket Association fitures — [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

Cricket Association. fixtures. The *fo!lowuiir is (lit* Jist. of Distinct1 Cricket A88'M:iakrc>n (ixttii res — . v . January lO — IvickW! v. liorziseyV KewbttiU v. Lunnefieiii. .Itiuuary 17—Jjiutcefield v. RiddeN ; New.ham v. liouisey. • • Jaiiuuiy.24>—iKomnev v. kaocelield; .■Riddell JSVwhiieu. y . . ,liinRiM*y< 81—}RomKey r. Ittddttli; i Lmnutrfield r, x^HWibaxn.-.* I -FebruHiy 7—iludd^l! v. Lancf-Celd-• | Rcmmoy v* Newlinm. * v '.-v": ' Fi'bruurv 14—!ju».»r{«ifi«ld . av Hey; KiddblU ■ - •: :i I i"Vbv.uufy "1\—liiti'MV v. KoinBey; i Kewiiatu v, Ji-Htkct'Uold- • [ Febmury 28 — iLmicufield" v, Rid-; I dei.J; Ne.wJmui-v4 iihttnosejr '■■■ ! March 7 —Kutusev vl XiMicfefield •; i RiddfJi v. 2SV.vham.* i Mtt-i cli ■ 14—tiomr.ey;. v;; RiddelJ 5 [ Lancetittld y ...New,ham. .• - : - ( Marr.li 51—IfirHt uu-q BeooBd teams j -play tuff. . ■ • ' ■ . ■ Wurc.b SS — CbaUeage Jinatch if I wanted. |". Al,l «iH.t.ch^8 to be'plavetl ou ground I of ifi:i:^t-.fiani*»d,-elub.

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CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

CHAPTER XVIII. «• Inorder to-connect the visit of Dr. Carpenter to MarcUmero witlv;othcr | events. bearing on- the resultt we I raustgb back in our history..a short I time,;and* take up the thread qI that i portion: of the narrative touching on i tho life of the false ^iord--Chester *in j London.- "" - ' j We imvu alreudy. seen the effect of ' Mildred Moore's ...wonderful beauty-) upon Sir Peter Steede.v From the ; time ha made his first call on her;-] with the purpose 111 view of entreat-I ing her to set Lord Chester free from .l her ensnaring friendship^ there arose ! a tremendous rivalry . between tliese*j two gentlemen for her smiles. If Lord r Chester presented the sinp.er with a' diamond bracelet, Sir Peter went him j one better, and gave hor something I a little mote costly. Sir. Peter • hud < sprung at once • into lier favour; by.! buying for hur. the coveted diamond J necklace which had been beyond theJ means of Hurnes. It is apparent at once that Barnes hod litt...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED OR THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 12. CHAPTER XVTI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED ■ OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM : A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. By S. W. Hopkins, Author of "On Poor Brass Plates," etc., etc. PART 12. CHAPTER XVTI.—(Continued.) One day Helen recclvcd v a . letter that made her heart loop. "Wo arc coming to Englanjl," wrote* Abingdon. "Burton is dottig splen didly, physically;, but he das grown restless again. Ho is still looking for that, girl. Thiff is troublesome here, for oil the women hove black' ^eyes and black hair—that is, most! of the pretty ones. Once' in a while we ge<» a very light blonde, but the^e are apparently no better to Burton than the brunettes. I would like to try again tho effect on .him"' of a ,gir! with blue eyes and dark brown hair." Thoro was great chattering over this. Mr. Brook* sat for a long timo listening. Ho had heard considerable about tho doctor and his queer pa tient of latei since the days got cold enough to keep him indoors more. "You two young ladies do n great deal of talking...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

Accidefltk' ill Wr James MoCSf ifty had his left leg ®| oft below theMWte while threshing H the Boundary-watt on Tuesday. |p was hand-cutting fend feeding the jfilesher, his own $>ropetty. At gam. Ky stopped for tench. At 9.30 he ifajt'onitothe thresher, gave the signal K^'the engine-driver to start, there tipped, as he thought, onto his feed Swrbox, over the guard of the drum. ifflS leit foot slipped on the base of &Sdrarn and was immediately drawn if§| He&imjelf pvt. his hand tip and Spied oat "atop"jto theeagine-driver. ^oong man nsmed Wm. Taverner, !$» was pitching •on to the thresher, Mtiearing McCarthy call out rushed Ejjjnd threw the belts off the wheels. Itfctbeo, with others, went on top of (fthfyjbresbcr, and found Mr McCarthy on the back of, the drum of the' tanqmne with bis left leg taken off be :!ot?j the knee. Drs Murdoch and iJtaiss were immediately on the spot, £»§: gave what relief was possible. Hfgeant Mackay arrived on the scene, Stade the neces...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

Court Fixtures, The fdiiov»*it)<£ a»-e the-Police Mas^u "trate's days of aUe»;dnen»H ar tb« * courts of tliitj part of tlie Ca^tkitutiuH '•'Distf ict v— Laucefield —YFVdci»fidHr>.,f T3 n. rn. AfanuarVSl, Fv-muh-v IB, M argli l'«S _A.pri! 15, May 20, J .in* 17, Homney—Wednesd^yy. 2 .30 p.rn von Rdrue date* hh Liuw-'-'icU. Woodtfod—- W.o'iday.s 3 p hi. Jan ' uary 12 «nd"S6 ; tVbruHM-'S mid 23 -'March 9 and 23 ; k\*n\ 27 , May 11 : aud 25. and June 22. KvnH'nn—Ti!ciJduvs, 10 H.m, J:ir «-aary 6, 13, and 27 ; pVhnim-y 2, 10, '•aud 2£, Jffarch 3, 10, 24, aud -il : April 7 Hud 28 ; May 5. and 20 : aud June"2, S, 2o, »nd '30. Licensing Courts will ho hold • follows : —Xiamjefield dint-rutt ("held at Rora>ey)—- January 21. 'Fcbrr.aiy 18 March 16, April 15, Muy HO, aud jjjane 17. Kynetojn—•Jnnttary 6. yVbrnnry 3. *Marob (J, April 7, Muv 5, »»jd June' "2. . "

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Correspondence, ECONOMY. To the Editor of "The Lancefield Mercury." [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

Correspondence, t(\V« '<Io not nccopt any vc.sponsUulilv ft»t opinions osprvu'cd l»v ccrrcfijxjudouis.) KCOX"V,\\ To 'the Editor ol "The Lancefield Morcury." A-rn'topaynr \vhoeeklonf.!\r ihiukfltb towtvitt loninp t-n»hcr febun .training V* tho uttivtinmie* whereby tlin oouuoil,i> RtKjkinp' to m»»ke eudb moot vvritoR: i„ „ word 7;Z'Z-'[1;7lual ■' *>d«).V HCMKHUV it H ; oil' (lnnht for „ H * "•'' omui-H kikI-drinks for L®' lw wi|1 , • -ttw -nch,„. 1,. W(<uld " .'f "CitiHiniMj- tf u oiau w|,,, yncbr, with «|| Hll> ,,sp,,hs(w I' •*"f. » ] «<> Mimr <mti<,t.o„„I1),„ Cllv„ u,' Jii'otl -in u tiiui. I ■SOPVO („ watl„. r,,!UM.VH {iii. ''C- , «tid walked into fmv» for * ^ vision*. Tln.t »v-o„Id'„„d<tVI,I,'" •woihhuy. Ni-xt. wi> ii.iv , ,1 j ^ W.,oniy "f wh^^Hv^nV" oinDHjrfmonr, »f „unovr,w j . '''' inumuiptil or poli(i,,„i. r„. b , " ' "m f|H1J. n<Jti moet aii Z ■okIIs thirt ivru imide, on hit,, a i •th...

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Fashion Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

Fashion .iiotes. " Kv^rhtly's Monr-mr I'ntUrn \\i 106, ' MtttMrniny OuUV,' No H, Single 9;l .-uch, pcwt froc. »h ducriboi) Pattern i'or IDressinE Jacket. During the he.it of the summer there is no more comfortable ginneul in o.ie's wir.U , rube than iv cool dressing-juckeL It i* use ful ut ao many different. times uf the d«v, nufl if prettily made, forms a wry Kccopt* •iblc gift. The design sln»\vn aoove, the jacket is innde of J»vp iw>e hilk beautifully hand embroiders), but it in linen or .Jim luusliii, find embroidered in the rnnne wny, it. would Numler Imt'er time the Mlk, nnd be even cooler. The puttorn, of «courR--t jni-.y be usod u>r numberless other matt-rials : eu:ton voile, muslin, erope. ginghniu, or any wnakiug utmerUl, for u cool jacket; or if ft wnrimM one in required, drhiine, ertshmere, Annuel. or velmir inii»ht he used is ith jiood uflect. TUh trimming <v-n;ld, o£ course, dc pendon the mait;r;ul used. A touted paper pnt-eru in obtainable for tbis ja...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

the ukcknt blmdemics ov SMALLPOX AND DIPHTHERIA 'AVouId certainly not h^vo ath.meil such |.ro •portioD® if the l/v^iuinc fact were -'generally'known that tlit* diHofectum of th" onJOUth hy a r«:1inl>le ain!*lmrml*,bs AUtitup. ntie i« a great factor, .imt^hly nyuiijut ,p\u-U '•local throat -diftennes us; Hijiktt-uria, tonbll qoiuay, .#tod core fbn>xf, hut fi,i!taet.tu whu<*. tin1 iufc.ciion it 'throughthe throat or rivpJra.torv^iwf, By pUtUofl 3 rfrnpb of KA.N IW/r.S. KUC'A*. t.vivti w.ytr Atrv ui,.** ..r ,YPTI KXTKACT *u\* - ukc^of W BUgar, and »lJi>wfo£ it-to diarolvc iu the XilOUth, tbat cuyity k thoroughly StCted. Tlie volatile Valufe of MANDKKS' JfiXTHAOT uankey it pf;U«traje every crevice fS£NP&S>*KXTHA<)T is.not nor 4ep^eMlDg like'th« wmjxiou euc»!yp * .*uo tootttatec g*e*t -antiseptic power. B ' nvni aiUnvu'C ttytjj a*"* r JANDEtt'6- EXTKAO r you avoM t-u- un certain composition o/ tho .WnpgR ; you SisTo the beu^fit of tliu Htrcngij^....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

GOT VffiftV WBAK. . wts very bud with Diar« I fllnlT! Mr* M- '-e«. K8.W. tesSa * tir'nlghe ho win ill and got I ,MJ? tluilnurt hnusUt u hottlc of ®JN»ia • Colio *oJ Own-boon Kutneriy 3^" •Wprtog oiiq doan rcliavod him. Auctions. KILMORE STOCK SALE. . Moaday, 9tli February. tXftLLIAM 8 KELLY & CO. and" vr CHARLES HAMILTON will hold their Monthly Sale at Kilmora on the above date, and will yard— 2,000 Sheep & 380 Cattle Comprising— . SHEEP. 300 crossbred Ewes, 4 6, and 8 tooth 200 crosabrcd ft woo, 4 and 0 toofch, 250 oroMhrad Ewes, 6 and 8 tooth 280 toorino full mouth 80 comebnok and merino Ewes, fair mouth 304 crossbred Weanere 186 crossbred Weanere I 160 oroaibred Weanora I CATTLE. 104 Bnllockfl, 3 years, good cattle 78 Steers, 2 years 23 Bullocks, 3 yearp, tery forward. 15 Bullocks, 4 years . 12 Bullocks, 4 yearn 10 forward Heifera .>• 20 Cows and Heifers, including spring. era, beefy, and fat co*rs 3i Heifers, 2 years 10 Poddies. All m lots to va.it Porcha««r»....

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CURRANT MARMALADE PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

CUKKANT MAKMALjAUM lUJOpifSd j A o/>.s. bread crumbs; 'J ozs< 'suot, i 4 ozb. * 'sugar, 4 osw.,f marmalade/4 ! o7s. :rurittitts, 2 ozs. llumy 4J eggs, ' -£ tearupful milk. ■'^ ' i Method.—Alix nil .the. ingrfdiciits 1 t.ogMhcr ; grease a pwJOjng 'ba'shV or mould with* butter and dust with sugar, Put in the mixture, ! cover with greused paper, and; tsteam hours. If you Iiuvc n hollow tooth mid it arhes, cut n piece of clove to fit I Ho cavity and put jt in lighll.v, allowing the upper purt to stick out Jiko a fork in a bottle. It. will soon swell, keeping the air from tho nerve, and the pain will reo.se \ until the clove drops out, when jt may bo replaced by another. j Cucumber-rim! cut into Uiin slips land put about where ants abound \ will invariably drive them away.

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Another War Terror. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Another War Terror. 4 fciguor Ullvf, an Italian, professes to havo invented a machino which, if lils claim can be rubstantlntcd, will add another horror lo war far exceeding anything hilherlo invent* cd. According lo his statement, the machine projects to any distance rn.VK, designated as rayy, which havo tho power of causing electric sparks upon nil metallic objects with which thoy come in contact. Should tho "F" rays bo directed upon a battleship, tho electric ' sparks occurring in tho mnga7ines ] cause tho explosion of tho ammuni tion. It would bo the same with powder magazine.*, ammunition wag- j gons, loaded guns, or anything else | containing explosives. Siguor Ullvlj gave tho following account of his' first practical experiment: "One evening I thought of projecting the ' F ' rays against the gas-meter. I did so, and the meter blow up. My laboratory was destroyed, and I es caped by it miracle. From • that time I made further experiments in a similar direction, and having ob ta...

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APPLE AND SAGO PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

APPLE AND SAGO '-PUDDING. $JTj. fmo' sago, £lb. currants, G cooking apples, 1 oz. butter,- 2^ ozs castor sugar, half a lemon. » Method.—Put the sago. into, ft stewpan with 3 cupfuls of . cold : water, aud boil till the- sago -.be* 'comes transparent, stirring all the, timc; next add the thin rind of half a lemon, the currants, ;and the sugar. Butter a pic dish, put: in the tipples (previously peeled,*!comm and sliced), and pour over these the sago preparation. Put theremain?, der of butter in small bits on ' the top, and bake until the apples are tender. Serve with a good- cus tard. / '

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CURRANT TEA CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

C UK KANT TEA .'OAKBS.r, 2 lb. flour, i o7„ German yeivst, 1 teaspoonful castor sugar, 1 o/.. butter, gills milk, 1 egg, 'J o/s. currants. liethod.—Put the Hour, and - a tea; spoonful salt into a basin', ' cream the v\east, and castor sugar until liquid.' Molt the butter, add the milk and make it tepid, pour on to the yeast, and add the egg, well beaten. Stir into the Hour,; mix into a dough, sprinkJo in the currants, and set to' rise 1 hour;* Divide into two parts, and put in to two well-greasrd cake tins.- J.»ct the dough rise to the top or -'the tins. Bake for twenty minutes nivU well-heated oven. Turn out of tins when half-baked, and brush -over the tops with egg or im!U. nnd.ens-' tor sugar mixed. Heplace ,and fin-" ish baking. f . ' !

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Cricket. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Cricket. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. 1 Lancetield unstained its firat defoitfc of the Reason in tr« match acainfft Riddell At. ihe latter town hmf Hatnt | ritjy. The home team went in firsf, j ;v^d Mtoonh ibeir airorw of 96 | nothing nub of th<* way, Lant?i field I larked M>vpra! of their bnaf playiTH, \ ar.d were only able to wtrhio 12 j of Riddell'fl 8(*orf». KMrii»HV -fiisr. t pa»r, AmtH and Reid, wiih 17 and 48 respectively, b>it»ed h«**f, ib»- oixt5 j wt'cket.H for o runfl, Lanc«-tf eid'-* | b'ist s^*»rfia wfie* Clatke (-6) and j Pe ry (l6j. Scores :— ! Lannf-tffM — Dt-rrirk 9 . P^iry 16, j R.e»ht»r 0, Cla» ke 26, Gi»thriHyi- 0, I P. Whir-e 6, Gamdt* 5, J. Whit** 0, 1 E»ri*tnw 7, «Ku»vh t, l>uiv»'K I ; i S-fc. Ho* lir.if A r«H! vsih— Gar lirk 4 f<-r j '20, Uf'J 1 for 9, Dwy*-r 1 f. » 9, j Hunt 1 fur 6, Nuonan i tor 10, Bar raff I for 15. [tidiMl —■ Amt-pfl 17, Reid 48, Flunt \t X'Htnan 0, Oariicfc 1, Wen*vr t (rmr ou<), (Jwyt-r 0, Mule* 7, Pur...

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BROWN BREND PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

lJliOWN ItlilCAll i lb si ale broivn . broad, .. '1. • ozs; Hour, -J . ozs. • moist sugar; ?. £ It) currants, 4 ozs. chopped beef;; suet,: i tcaspoonful •gnjund. ginger, -;1 o/.. finely chopped candied :orange peel, 1 tenspoonful t baking • powder, 13 eggs and a little milk. i the bread* mjtl . cut .the' soft - pnrlV into . shces/: then v soak in imlfc and water till quite &oft. 1'iesb out tho moisture and put «thevbrea\Iuu to a basin, adding to i&ltic ubuvc -named -dry ingredicntsJvl**.Benkt.» up the eggs with a ' little. ljulk And nux: thoroughly with, the.. abovo>w tho iinxturo into buttered '^inphlds, tie over with a wetted clothi'and boil or steam for about 2 hours; Servo with currant sauce. - < « -Method.—Kenipve. tiie -crust

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Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Auctions. Special stock sale' at Kilmore, Thursday, February 19ch. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. Messrs Pearson, Bowe, Smith & Co., in oonjnctioo witbMcPbail Bros. & Co., will offer, on February 23, the hornet), cattle, implement*, etc., of the "Glen fern" Estate, Rornaey. Everything ia for absolute aale ; tha ownera* !en«o having exired. Messrs McPbail Bros,, Komsey, will offer on account of Mr J. H. Mitchell, of "Eden Park," on tho farm, 1 mila from Romsey, on Tuesday, February 24, Farm Implements, Stock, etc. Fall particularsof tb'esu sales appear elsewhere in this issue

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CURRANT MARMALADE PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

CTJRSANT MAHMAliAD13 PUDMKtf 4 07JJ. bread crumbs, • d ozs.« sucCy 2 o7.s. sugar, 4 ois. marmalade, d ozs. currants, 2 oxs. flour; 2 eggsr £ teacupful null?. Method.—Mix all the iuijcrdients together; grease it pudding :basm or mould with butter and dust with sugar. Tut in the mixture, cover, j with greased papciy-and steam MJ. hours. „

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Tea Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Ton Meeting. i he annual tea meeting and concert of the Springfield church will be held on' Wednesday March' nth. • i

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Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Ladies' Column. ■—^— This Summer Costume con sists of a chic little Blouse Ooatec of yellow Taffeta, and a skirt of silk-embroidered white Crepe, the Design being a tiny Rose. Ribbon Roses with silk Foliage trim the Silk Coatee and the left sida of, the Skirt, which is puffed up at Knee depth and falls-in a 1 soft Box-pleat below, 1 the i Ohemiactte and Collar bfeing of wh Ite point d esprit.

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