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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

Xmas Season, 1913. DAVID EAKINS, Merchant, Day Street, Omeo. I Telephone No. 8 | Has a Carefully Selected (Stock of BEST QUALITY CUTLERY, ELECTROPLATE, ETC. To Select Useful Christmas Presents From. ^ " DAVID EAKINS. Auctioneers' Notices. A- WARTHUR & CO., Cattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, GIPPSLANP AUCTION SALLS conducted in anypart of Gippaland , and at Omeo DiBtnct whan equired-. Lotto and Telcgrama quickly answered Auotloneer for the Firm A. N. MACARTHUR, * Who Conducts all Auction Sales and Superintends all jBnsinem of the Firm, * ' Diatriot Ropreaentative: H. M'MiLLAN, SWIFT'S CREEK M. DAVINE, B.A. L.L.H. BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR. v, ^ARRAGUL. * formerly of Omeo.) W. H: COOMBES. Coachbuilder and j!>' j -. "Wheelwright. EKSAY. ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE .ON THE PREMISES. Vehicles Bought and Exchauged. Estimates given for oil clusacs of Dwellings. .. SIDEDOAUDS, Dresseus, SAFES, Tanks . * Made on the Premises. Address-NEAU ESSAY STORE, ENSA...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. ABOUT PATENT LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. AlfOUT PATENT I.AW. How long, Mr. Turri, doe;; a pa- I tent last? I "Undfr Iho Commonwealth Patents Act 15HW, one patent covers tho s s* Australian Suites aiui Papua and (mm bo graini<1 lor M years (extensible n< dcr very exceptional circumstances;, subject to a renewal leo oi' X'.r> at ll.e eiwl of 7 years. On a Hue being lateness up 16 one year in paying re newal fee is permissable. W-lien Mi.' renewal fee paymoni is accepted, over due, the cuiivi tan relu.se damages for infringement eonimi(te<i alter tho < ee date. Application for provisional po teetion is allowable, but not. (vunup'.oiy. lis costs, through a Patent Attorn \\ four or five guineas, and tons u .'ie months, or ten if extended. Then the complete application would ho neces sary, or the patent application would cease to be in force." tu the above words, Mr. G. G. Turn, the well known Melbourne Pa tout Attorney, gave some information ; and as it was s...

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INTERESTING INVENTIONS COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

I | UiTERESTfNG INVENTIONS COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENT?. It is reporter! bv the w^l' kno^n Pk tent Attorneys. "Messrs. 0 G. Turn »V of "The lliaito." Collins St root Melbourne. that in the ordinary course P5i+^nt'< of iJIG Commonwealth will b^ crant«»d in respect of all or most of the follow ng inventions. Complete 6DO "itu-ntmns and drawings are publicly available. Milking Machine-hand operated (6313-1275)-The teat.s aro aoted upor. by puds controlU*! by cord-«. - A.. P .lovman. purchaser irorn J. Netfson IVMmt.rk . i Cultivator (0316-1275)--A ehannc 'roil frame. triangular with devices t' ..eceive ond bold twino.s.-A. E. Miles Viotoria. Wire Strainer and TwUi-er (63&Q 1277-)-A yoke carries a v iaeli barrel living horns, et<c.-J. O'Gallaghan Victoria. 13ond Gear for Windmill (6509 127$)-This pump tail! lias toothed rt duotion guar in an oil tight casing with oil distributing devices. -'J. Alston Victoria. Detachable scarifier share (6616 1279)-Wrought m^t...

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CHAPTER XXXI. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

CHAl'TJilt XXXI. . They were ushered into lite drawing room. Lord Claveriiolm loreiiiosi, eager : to cheer the heart ol i!da j the magis l iratu next, anxious to prevent annoy i ance to Sir Allyn iroin the constables, i and lastly Lord and Lady Dunmore, ! efjuaiiy anxious to suppiunu the pre sent sorrow of Sir Allyn and hit daug'i i ter with a pure and lasting joy. ; llda uttered a joynil exclamation and j permitted her lover to clasp her in lus i arms, unconscious that Tliirwall was scowling darkly upon their embrace. ] The magistrate advanced to Sir Allyn, shook his hand warmly, and said: "You must forgive me, uld friend, for sending that warrant. it wa» in a manner forced i'rom me. .1 never | for an instant believed you guilty, but ; I thought it des iab;i', after all thai was said to me by Thirwali, to gi.v you a elianee to reduce his accusations vo tneir true value." "You are forgiven," said the baronet wonderingly. ''tiils^u, give me that warrant," taid I the magistrate, turni...

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A TERRIBIE SUITOR CHAPTER XXX. A GREAT WRONG RIGHTED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

A TERRIBIB SUITOR ! Airs. Harriett Lewis, Author of ound Guilty," "The Double Life etc.) CHAPTER XXX. A GREAT WRONG RIGHTED. The 'hours succeeding the departure of Thirwall upon his mission ol ivvenge passed dreamy enough to Sir Aliyn l)are aud bis daughter. i-ueh was anxious to encourage and m^pim lac vwiier, but their hearts were hu-avv win. dread and lorebuding. lida assured her father, with some faith m her own words, that no magistrate could lie found who woukl for a moment consider any such charge as Thmvall cuiiiti bring, and as the day wore 011, anu they remained unmolested. Sir Al»vu began to hope that lie should be spared the 'humiliation 01 arrest, and the di> gratw of a public trial tor murder. Ilda. did not leave her father during the day, even to change her attire. As he complained ot being cold, she caused a lire to be kindled in the state drawing-room, and he sat near it all the day, seldom stirring except to ac company his family to tne dining-room. But lie did n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

A NEW SERIAL STORY entitled "TERRIBLY TEMPTED," will be commenced in this paper NEXT WEEK. [MONEY TO LEND] IONS FARMS) DUNCAN-KELLER [67QUEEN6T TAEtBoURNErj 1 AT LAST! IUGH-CI,ASS SWEDISH S1511 A RA MUS available at prices HI ri-lERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduction of tho NEW MODEL "YEGA" Has dealt a death-blow to (ho Exorbitant Prices eharged by our Competitors. MARK NO MISTAKE 1 Tho Now Model "YEGA" is ro roughly and cheaply constructed separ ator. It ln«s 110 superior in quality, and in prirt there's nothing to approach it. \YE ASK all iutemlinj; buyers to eon IV iheso statements, and thus .vVYE MONEY? wliieh is nono too plen tiful these times. PRICES: 12 Or,l. CH 1 r, 0 23 Gul. £7 0 0 V, Gal. CIO 10 0 80 Gal. £15 15 0 Auorjietic Commission Agents wanted throughout Yictoria. Splendid opportunity smart salosw *Trit« to-day, Department "K.r./' Bijokeve Hiirvor ier Co M V2 F~H AN'OIS ST.. M HI.lKMIRiW AGENT, MlCliBOl"KN U STEAMSHIP COMPANY. CARRIER & SHIPPING AGENT. STORAGE TOR P...

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DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

DOMliSTIO TltAClKDY. "Xu power on earth .sha.II make Me do it," ho declared fiimJy. She approached dos.i to his side, 11 or flashing eves blazed into his, ayd her lips Mieerod: - k,You bliail do it. However you dread it, it must be done. You hear iiu.*?" UI reluse utterly. Such a thing is unworthy for a man uf pride and honoi to undertake," he repented, drawing bade irorn her as a whiplash. Quickly sho uas at his side, gripping his arin with fingers slim, but hard as steel. Sho slipped a small kaife into his hand--a thin, sharp-po ntod pieoj oi tied. "There," she said. His ob stinacy was momentarily driving her to desperation. Her voice foruJco with passion, and she cried in u loud, angry voice: '.William Tomkins, if you don't do "what I sayj and go and pool those pota toes at onco, you'll go to bed without any dinner."

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A FAMOUS ATHLETIC BEAUTY. MISS ANNETTE KELLEEMAN, WHOM LEADING AMERICAN PHYSICIANS HAVE PRONOUNCED AS PERFECT IN PROPORTION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

A FAMOUS ATHLETIC BEAUTY. MISS ANNETTE KELLEEMAN, WHOM LEADING AMERICAN PHYSICIANS HAVE PRONOUN CED AS PERFECT IN PROPOR TION. Miss Annette Kellerman, the famous Australian swdmmcr an.l physical cul turist, w lio hay made her appearance in London after u successful tour ia the United States, run claim, accord ing to leading American physicians, that she represents the perfect type of woman. She has been chosen as the "poster-girl" for the Kan Fran cisco Exposition, and her picture pre sentment will represent h?r as "The Spirit ot the West." Miss Kellerman has earned til? ldglit to he regarded as an authority on beauty and health alike. Her ad vice on "beauty-building" should be studied by everybody, for it is in deed, to a large estinr, the common sense ot life tor men little less than for women. She says I do not think nifJi;L women realise bow badly they stand, and what a great improvement can be mado in their appearance if the/ would only stand so as to bring out the. good points...

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A TIMELY SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

A TIMELY SUGGESTION. it man who, with his wilo, is em ployed on a fnrm in Cheshire, recently found himself in 11 hud. predicament I when, in attempting to cvado tlio on slaughts of a savago dog, assistance eaiuo in tlio shape ol his wifo. When tlio woman came up, the dog had fastened his teeth in tlio calf ol ' tlio husband's leg, and was holding on for dear life. . Seizing a stono in tlio road, the WHO was about to hurl it when her IIUR band, with wonderful presoneo of mind, .shouted:- , , , .. "iMaiv, Mary, don't throw j tlio stquo at Iho llog, throw it at mo!'

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A HUGE STOCKING. THE FHENCH CAPACITY FOR SAVING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

'A HUGE STOSKiWG. THIS FHISNCH C'Al'AC] I'l F01! . SAVING. The cavacil.y of tin; Ki'iii:h slocM'j; is perfectly astounding. 'ih.ro to be no limit to the national ho:ivd of savings. A three per ont. j;-s/c has just been subscribed for eighty two times over. ]t was a >.o'n<1 ficcurity, of course, backcd up by tho credit of the Paris Municipal Coun cil? but oven so the result is amaz ing. One explanation may rest on the well-known caution of the Frcn-h flmrarter, on its passion for secur ity. for assured income, however small, anil its corresfoiKVng dis taste for speculative pro'it.s, how over large. . As in Ireland, so in France, the natural man glues him self ou to posts under Government-, posts carrying certain and safe in comes. Out* own Anglo-Saxon nature I;rod those merchant adventurers who laid the foundation of the Empire, and wc continue to venture our savings in distant quarters of the gl«4ljc. Wo arc imaginative, Wc take risks. Not so with our neighbours. It re...

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Grit for the Fowls. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

Grit for the Fowls. Somo pooplo Imvo the impression that it in not necessary to supply grit to fowls which aro oil free rango, as tho birds will find sufficient for their neod.s. This may ho truo when Micro its a gravel road or seas-horc, etc., near'by to which tho fowls have access; otherwise not. in a month'* t«mo a largo iloek ol ?? wis daily foraging over tho -amo space will clear away all tho >uiV.iblo grit lrom a largo area. Unle.ss tho folws can rango where thoro is- an unlimited supply ol gnt, it will ho accessary to piovido tlioi.i with a .supply after a certain length ot timo, no matter how much lango thov enjoy. On land whero poultry had 'lever been kept ebloro, a llook might poss.nly^ get along lor .several years w;th tliq grit which the iowl.s eoulu li.M) . fvt. jiand,. .b.'jt' exei^.t in lavpru, sir.;at.L.ns Iho grit supply runs out. So ihj poultry keeper must supply the hu.'<. ' G'nt may bo bought, as Micro aro many brands in the market. JJut with a grit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

Burping Heat, Itching So Intoler able Could Not Get Proper Rest, Used Cuticura Ointment. Not Vestige 6f Coitiplaint Left. 2!) Ivy St., D^rllujjion, N. 8. W.->"1 Caa with great pralso as to tbo oflQcacy of \fio Cuticura Ointment in a cuso which v(ut*c4 hoiuo amount of annoyance aod great discomfort. My wifo In tho colt! woatUe? bccamo allllcted with a widely sproad crim son rash over tho lower pare of tho hotly amj logs, accompanied with burning h(^b such Intotcrablo itcjiinu that nha coulij not, get proper v«st at night.' I was recoup \uyuded tp uso tho Cuticura Ointment and was applied night and, morning. To our intonso dollgUb bqforo tho cxplratiouof & fortnight thero was not a vustigo of tho complaint left." (Signed) David Clollock) J. P., Sept, 30, ioia, FACE ITCHED ANQ BUTO ;{!7 Votm^ SU Kn^ro.v, VJo,-".My faco and arr.u'aro completely curcd by Cuticura Heap and Cuticura Ointment. I fluttered for about cuvcu or eight months with soro foco and arms'. Tlioy itched and ...

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Potato Spraying LIME-SULPHER EXPERIMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

Potato Spraying LUlE-SULi'iJ Uli KXI'EUIMENTS. In a report giving the results of lu cent tests, tiio demonstration farm . m New York State says it seems evident that lime-sulphur is not destined to tako tho place of Bordeaux mixture as n spray tor potatoes, in spite ai tho tact that it is cheaper and 110 doubt very convenient to use. Under more favorable conditions, in which Into blight occurred earlier in tho season and to a greater extent, the treatment with l;mo-sulphur might have produced different results, but at present is not promising. Tho lime-sulph-r proved harmless to tho potato foliage as far as burning is concerned, but it proved to havo a distiuct dwarling ellect ijiiito similar to that noted in tho previous season's ex periment. The lime-sulphur also lack ed. tho beneficial or stimulative elh-ot derived from the Bordeaux mixture, which preserved tho foliage, prolonged tho life of tho plants, and thereby in creased tho yield even in tho partial abseuco of fungus diseas...

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APPLICATIONS FOR GOLD MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

APPLICATIONS FUR GOLD MINING LEASES. Proceedings to bo obaorvod when ap plying for a Loaao : I. liroct posts (tlieao are not requirod to bo paiutod)at lo»»t throoinchcssqimroo and not lu«s than throe {out nbovo the ground, with ii metal plate having painted '?hereon the words " Applied tor Lease," (he il ito of marking out, unit tho name of the appile nit, or (it moro than two) tho nunes of tliu lirst two applicants, and in cash >vhurc only a part of tho HUrfaco in equirod ilm tmnr.i'Hlioula l>o marked out by posts [iiiuiod red, at leant two foot boo lie a-u fiieo. fho.it) prn-iaious being complied with tho last I is wuui'od until tho Govornor-ln council grans or rafa-ion tho application, and the applicant 13 roquirod to do tho following things within ten days from tho di e of in irking nui tho land, exclud ing .Su'id lys, Oood Friday, and Ohrintmno Dny (A) In.sort a notico o£ tho application in a noiyapapor published in tho district ivlioro thu laud is situated. (B) Post-timi...

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Sees all Things Reversed [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

Sees all Things Reversed | - I A boy who .sues everything upside down, writes from right to loft, ai voris aJl his letters and iigures, and' draws and copies any objects tlie wrong way up, Jius been discovered at Chester Jo Street, Durham. He is 5 years old, and his case presents many similarities to timt of an American buy reported recently. In nn interview with tho boy's touch er, a pressman obtained an idea of tho peculiar working of tho boy's mind. Not only docs ho write upside down, tho teacher said, but lie also sees up side down. ITor instaneo, if lie has to write a small uh" the result is a "y" written backwards; that is to say, ho commences to form the letter at tho tail end and work backwards. The same oporation takes plaoo when he forms tho letter "u" or "in/' tho ef fect being that the letters aro written "11" and "w" respectively. His mind acts in a similar Lopsy turvcy manner whon ho is sot to copy any figure or outline drawing. His reading, however, is not aifyeted by...

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SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

SHIRE COUNCIL. At the o'o'n of ihn in'Miiiii; of tho shire council on Tuesday tin* presi dent, C-. ft'clc<rdi, invited councillor*, RX-cnuncillurs and (iffiuera to a glasq nf ?.inn it l.ho Uo'dim A»fl ll-ito', as C ". Brumley's resignation as a councillor »j« imw in Iih h'ia-4d. O'. EickircU occupied the chair ana ."»id they could njti receive tbo resig nation of Mr Brutnloy as a councillor nun wiih tin deepest regret>. H>s wia one of the beat public men bhoy ever had in the distiict', and his private interest!)' must hive suffirod con siderably hy reason of bis attention to public ufTiir.->, Ttin loss wou'd be fair, no?. only hy the Hianomunjin and Oinoa ridings but by the wholo shirr. Mr Brumby would bo n credit to any district in which be ehoald happen to settle down. Or, Li wo said they were losing tbo greate.-tt) mm in loc»l pub'iu mUtars than they over h id Dr were likely to have. Mr Brutnley was a fair op-" ponenb at the council table, and what? ever he wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

tiJciilC til ifis Pobiof COKES THE ? .Ops^aoim A TESTir.iOHY TO O t:>-j L.'-j IU; i . 1 u ::i^n I B»clin;!i:m Avenur, I C'obiiTi/, Vic-, 3 '4'I2, | CLEMENTS TO.'.IC LID. \ ' I know Clements Tonic | is used extensively by the [; prefer,-.ion, and nurse, know j it." value and are seldom i Without ii. Once a patient . il got very weak and low :p;ri!cd, and i gave her j: Clement'. Tonic. A few !; doses 'made a ' change for [? the bettor, she rapidly be- r came bright and cheerful, it j Rave her health and strength f; and scon put her on her feet again, which made her [: a firm believer in Clementa ji 1 onic. Since, 1 have given t it to many patients with the |: same good results, I am at j, a loss to know how we, who [ look after the sick, could get' £ on without that splendid £ medicine. f CSfe»-J) ' i NURSE GARD." j This Mcdiciue ii the best to be taken for Constipation, Uri«: Acid in the Hiood, Yfcnk Kidneys, Indigestion, ],ow .i Spirits, Sick Hear'ucUe. Loss of Skep, | Poor Appet...

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SILVER BEET. ITS USE AS A FORAGE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

S! I V'ER BEET. I'lK LI SI''. AS A FOll A (IE CHOI'. (Uy Mr A. JJ. M HNn'i.wn, SupervU tir of .ITiehl Kxpi'nnu:nly Dupart tiaeuif of Ajxr'«'?-ulluru, N,/,.) Tho phenomenal mhwss which has attended tho- : 11 Ll'udlifti0!i nl silver lii.'<;1. is iiatinally aUr."cl,ng the nUuii tiouoi lai'ineis in all nl' the do iMHiiou. It. freedom i, iar from in Mi:t» ami'. fungoid <l> r.f-'-s, iis great proliiiciioy "*in produce; wealth 01 stwii and I.-h'i (giving ijma- six fisinl ings-oll with sleep Ill :,. I months' lime Irom date nl' iii\-. Seeding), it-, resist:.nco to dr-mgl.t .tt.il -.oviris hosts, iis arcnt. 1 "'cdoni Irani causing M.lllll" in' bloat ?>! shcc'- :. I ela tion of all clh-^v (trials having prov :1 iiiiu i.. is i rd bcforo rape, kale, or rents), tho enormous tonnag.; ol succulent forage it product's, and its fairly high feeding valuo ph.iv it in tho fi.n .'Irtiiit of iill other I'olia^o or rout crop* ^roun i'or stock, in this country at.tho present tim...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Spcoial Correspondent.') Di:;i*r^ioii is - often- ^i!t^4ato -xv:-* ^ groat advantage, ami those who arc called on to use it require to bo broad minded men of principle. An instance has j»« c boon brougnt. under notice where it could possibly have been exer cised by an oliicer of" the Customs De partment, wlio demanded the sum of a.4,000 from the Victorian Government as payment of duty on a "borrowed dredge." To tho lay mind tho thing is preposterous, and one is forced to agree with Mr. Joseph Cook (the Prime .Minister) who said:-"It opened my eyes wheu 1 saw it. ' I understand it is a matter of Customs law, but it aeetna to me to bo a law which works some what harshly when a Government has to pay £1,000 duty oii a dredge wlueli it is only borrowing. Quite candidly, my inclination will bo to see if there is any corner in the law which can be discovered to the advantage of the bor rowing State. if there is not auch a comer to be found, 1 suppose Mr. "Watt, a...

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WHY HE WEPT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914

; AYHY Hi: WKl'T. ] ii.i vva?-. a a;.rd-!o kui;j; ruHian, bill his counsel, ni u voitv hu>ky vviili ciiu tion, addiv.-scd tiio jury. ''(5tMit!'. ihoii.'' suit! h\ ..my clK'nl whs dtiv«u by want of i. iiKt ii> lake tiio :;;aa!l sum of la.n.v. .\.\ iiuu _ lie \va.?> (1 '.V<'...> s'.i Hu-inii money l<> buy food for his little ones. Kvid; . mv ol this : ; i,r th_» ivv.- Jtako a paoUi'i-hiJok, containing iiity pounds in :h .I hat Wiiii !yii:j; in tho room. Tho coun-el paused i"r a moment, . .-.ilerav wi:s mevvupied by a sob of tho prisoner. ..Wiiv <!u v>. u we pr'' asked Ui.: j ' .?ikons'/," ri plied tho prison r. | didn't sou tho poeket-book/'

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