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Church Services. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows: [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

Church Services. -> tfn'vicea will held on Sunclsiy uo.xt sis follows: — Church ov Cjihist—11 a.iu. in tho Ultima Hal).—Mr Mudge. PnnsnYTKiiiAN Chukchi—ChilHngolluli; 1 l»un.; Wnitohie, 2 p.m.; \Vewin,4 p.m., Ulti«nu, *3 i.10 p.tn.—Mr «T. Robertson. Mkthodist Church.—Ultima, U p.m.-, Mr T'.ioiang; Mcminn E., ft p.m., Mi* Nudor; Polisbet, {t p.m.,,Mr Ro'liuyH; Waitchia South, U p.m., Mr Jtlberb; Wowin, 7.30 p.m., Mr Rolling*. ' s

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRUIT GROWING IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

^iiUIT GROWING IN CANADA. ! Til" Canadian Mini-tor of Agriculture' ' is reusing :t special inquiry to be mado j | into tho fruit-growing industry of Can-1 nda. Tho investigation will 1>o eon-< 1 dueled with a vio\v to securing tlie best j ! and most reliable information, respect- ! j ing tho area and "\lcnt oF laud ft'lapt- : Led to Fruit growing.in tjie provinces, and llio varieties of fruit, which have boon found to ho most profitabJo nnd must sueecssful in each locality; the tendency towards concentrating on tha production of .standard varieties ou a largo soale, and tho facilities for dis tribution and marketing. Of course it is well-known that fruit-growing in Cumtdn has already assumed very con siderable proportions, but tho industiy is er.pnblo of indefinite expansion ij view of the demand of tho home and "Xpert markets. Adorer: "Won't you try., nnd love me?" Boston Girl: "I fonr that I could, never, lorn a-man. ffjiri Aflya 'tty afiq'-'tetWd M trV t6.' '

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Chillingollah. OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

Chillingollah. (From Our Own CorresprunU'-nt). OBITUARY. It is with deep regret that I havo to record tho and death of Mr Wil liam Ketfc. which took plane suddenly on Friday Oth inst. lie bad heen engaged burning off mallee alt Fri day with the thereuiometor at 120 in the shade, and did not complain until late in the evening, when ho rose from "bis scat saying to his rnutc "This is awful" and immediately collapsed, death being :i!mot»fc in stantaneous. A magisterial er.qiury was h»'ld-by ; Mr .f. Peterson. J.P., on Sunday, and Dr. Rowan. of Ultima, who uiado the elimination stated that death was due to heart failure, brought on by the boat and over exertion. Client sympathy is expressed with tho : widow and family who are left to i mourn their sudden loss. The body was taken to tten'digo and interred" in the Kaglebawk cenietcrv. NR\V MAIL SF.nVll'K. Mr John M*OiU was the success fill tenderer for the new mail service from ChillingoUab to Stvalfonl tiasl. It i-. a bi-weekly one, so t...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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The altima Star & Chlilinoolah Express Friday, February 20. FAILURE TO DESTROY THISTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

"Cbe Ultima Star & CbUUnaoUab express Friday. February 20. Kailukk to Dkstkoy Tiiisylm. At Wyeheproof police court on Friday, before Messrs J. ¥. Pennefather, P.M., and .J. J. Ityan, J P.. a largo number of farmers were proceeded against by tho Wyeheproof council for having failed to destroy aaftron thistles growing on their properties within Uio shire, and fines woro impoA-d tis follow John While £10, and £1 !!s Gd costs; John Hethurington, £5, and £1 I>s Gd costs ; Sarah and John Munson, £5, and XI lis Gd coatn (con vietioii suspended); John W. Millburn, £10, and £1 »>s Gd costs ; Chris. Fuwcotfc, JJ20. and £1 fts Gd costs; W. and J. M'Lcun, £5, and £1 JJs Gd costs; James Whulan. £10, and £1 i5s Gd costs (con viction suspended); Win, H. Uooth, 1*10, and £1 tfs Gd costs ; Gvo. W. Anflor- I son, £f>, and £1 Bs fid costs (conviction suspended). Mr Peonefather said that, in folate stringent measures would be taken to euforeo the provisions of the act, WATfin C0M3fT3Sl...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

Ult'ma Stock Sale- - NEXT SALE Tuesday, Feb, 24 llios. Ioiiow and Co. HAV13 much pleasure in announciug to tl'o public that thoy have now lecided to hold Fortnightly Sales, and hat Mr It. P. Purcel), Auctioneer, will mj Rationed ut Ultima, and wil icondnet nles throughout the district. The firm .opes by strict attention to business,.to nerit the patronage of the public gene* Tully. OFFICE- BROOKS' HOTEL. ^ Ultima Stock Sale. ofter ut their Yards TUESDAY, FEB. 2-1 Further entries invited. THOS. MORROW & CO., Auctioneers. Ultima. LALBERT Saturday, Feb. 28, '14 ? mt>&MOJRl*OV^ & CO DESIRE to announce that at the re quest of numerous clicr.Uand re sidents of the district they have docided ' to hold REGULAR SALES OF STOCK at J^albert, the next of such sales to be held.on above date at the hotel yards, .when they will otter— Sheep Cattle Horses ICntnW invited, to he sevt to our lineal cepresenUtive— Mr YAK DERFEEN, ; ; Lalbort, •; • Or the auctioneers. THOS. -MO...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CRICKET. MEATIAN v. GOSOHEN. MEATIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

CRICKET.: MEATIAN v. UOSOKKN. MkATIAN. . P. Alexander, not out 4# A. Grey, b U. Leach ... ... 2 II. O'Brien, b W. Naldor ... B T. Power, b W. N'/ildcr ... ... 0 S, Grey, b W. iValdor ... ... 0 ' It, Grey, e M'Phorson, b Nalder 2 W.Davis, blf.Imch ... ... 2 C. Johnson, c G. Iicaab, b NaUlor 3 S. H. Brown, b\V. Leach ... U A. Johnson, J> J. limming- ... 1 J. Wright, c II. Leach, h Banning () Sundries 1 ; Total OH Bowling analysis.—\V, Nahlor, 5 for 24; H. Leach, 2 for 2f»: J. Banning, 2 for 12 ; W. Luaol\ 1 for 1. Goscirr.N. !W. Lcfteli, retire:! 21 J. Banning, b'A, Grey -IK •it, Chiswoll, l> Alexawlor ... 2 A'. Leach; b A. Oroj I G. Leach, retired 18 W. Nalder, absent E. Tho>vr«, b Aloxiuidor ... 0 H. MoPherson, b Alexander ... -i' J. Williams, not out 1 H, Stovons, c Alexander, b Pnwrr 0 H. Loach, I) Power .2 Sundries \ Totil ... 101 Bowling—P, Alexander, A for 80; T; Power, 2 for 29; A. Groy, 1 for 19 ; W. Davix, 0 for 11 ; II, O'Brien. 0 for B*.

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Farewell Social at Chillingollah TO MR G. A. JAFFREY. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

Farewell Social at Chil lingollah TO Ml! 0. A." JAFFREY. In tho Mechanics' bill on- Wed nesday la-it, MrG. A. Jaffrey, who for over twelve months acted ns manager oT the Commercial Bank, was tendered n farewell social. There were about 30 prominent towns men and farmers present. Mr John Guy, of Ultima, presiding. Apologies were received from the.Tyrell Downs station (Mr .1. Irwin) and Mr J. W right. Alter the toast of" The King, ' the ch'airman piopo ed the toast of "Our Guest." Hp, the chairman, said that he bad been brought into close re lationship with Mr Jaffrey duriug bis stay in tho district, and bad always found him to be a most cap able bank manager and an energetic worker in various public movements. He regarded the departure of the guest as a distinct loss to the town and district, mid lie felt sure be would prosper in his future career. He could assure Mrjaflrey that, in extending every wish for rapid promotion, ho was expressing what every one present felt towards hicu. ...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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Quambatook. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

Quambatook. , At last meeting of the Kerang Shire Council the Shire Solicitor submitted the following informa tion in regard to drainage " A persoft making a drain on or across or in any street or road, &c„ is liable to a penalty of ~20, . and £5 for every day it is '•.> i tinued. The Council may fill up drain at the expense of p vsnn concerned. Persons man i fig drains without authority are liable to similar penalties, tfo ■ person shall, without constat of v Council, empty a private dr-n into public street. Penult. es : ' £20, and from £1 to £5 for each day continued, besides costs .;nd expenses incurred in remedying ■ the default. Persons pennit'.iru: to run from any inn into or upon any street, road, footway or channel, any offensive liquid or matter. Penalty: £5 per d;iy. If the Shire drain be a surface drain, that is to say constructed merely to receive surface water, householders may not discharge slops into it. Under section 581 ■ of the Local Government Act • 190...

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Our Vacant Spaces. CLOSER SETTLEMENT BLUNDERS. [Contributed.] [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

Our Vacant Spaces. Closer Settlement Blunders. rContributed.l To Victoria the matter Of closer settlement is of such supreme importance that any members of the House of Assembly who may have become unusually ex cited in discussing it must be pardoned. The State is spending millions of money in buying big estates to be cut up into allot ments suitable for the small hold er ; it is advancing other millions to those small holders to put them on their feet. This policy, if suc cessfully carried out, means the peopling of our vacant spaces and the lasting prosperity of our rather overgrown cities. However, the committee ap pointed to inquire into the mat ter issued a report which has filled many members of Parlia ment and many of the public with dismay. We are told that good land has been bought at too high a price, that so much poor .land" has been purchased that the would be settler has left thousands of acres of it on the broad backs of the taxpayers, that many of the settlers them se...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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SIR ISAAC NEWTON AND THE APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

SIR ISAAC NEWTON AND THE APPLE. Christmas Day of 16*12 was. marked by the birth of one of the world's greatest men in Sir Isaac Newton, who was boru at Wools'thorpe, ia Lincolnshire. liming a long and Invaluable .life, which extended over cighty-fouf years, his researches covcrcd ; an, il limitable domain of science, and amid his many discoveries it is open to note the remarkable way Kn which the greatest amongst them has be come popularly associated 'v'Mir-ny trivial circumstance—the fall of nn apple. It is curious to trace the manner I In which this apple has been told by different writers, and the different ' opinions formed concerning it. 1'cm berton, who received from Ncwlon himself the history of his first', ideas of gravitation, does not ni'n tion the apple, but speaks simply of tho idea having occurred to the philosopher "'as be sat alone in a garden." Voltnire says: '•'One .day, in ihe year lGCfi, Newton went into 'ths country, and seeing fruit fail from a tree (as bis nicc...

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TURNIPS AND NITROGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

TURNIPS AND -HITROGEH. Mr Thomas Jahiioson, Director of tho Agricultural ltcseurch Association of Scotland, liaa made a careful1 con-, sidcration of tho turnip, which cx perienco and experiment show does liot remiiro artificial uitrogen, but is spec ially supplied with means for fixing tho necessary-qualities''of this clement from tho open- air. Tho rawo . plant' has a structure practically iuentific/u with tho turnip. Tho special cxamin • -ion of tho turnlpi and rape : wab brought about from tho fact .that'a bettor crop of oats waB secured. aftor ploughing rape than resulted; from-oats after clover. In this connection, Mr Jamieson declares, "Not to carry the turnip leaves off the field caunoti' be too strongly repeated. The benefifc'to the succeeding, crop is well-known, though it was not realised that the absorption oft nitrogen was by . tho leaves, and that provision of this, ele ment" to tho .succeeding crop-is tho ex planation. Tho turnip shows in a dried plant per ]00 parts 2....

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A NEW JERSEY CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

A NEW' JERSEY CHAMPION. / "What is tho Jughost rccotxi :«'o can, I oxpect aj dMfy'VcW-'-to--riiaiid?,,,.?ja,a* I query that; has often been made'.. i As. | it vas u'itJrthc Iroltiijg horspj 20 6r. 30 1 years ago,.-Avlicu aiiimals: began to aj>-' pear that could trot'a mile "in less Utah threo minutes)' for;instaneo, Maude SI,■ malting a/record of 2.10, many; thchiMit llmt the^speed; liinit of the' linrso had.' j.lieeu,'readied, and. so\it was -with' the ; dairy cow. When Yeksa Sunbeam, a I Gucrnsoy,"made/ her. r»hunbmenal rc j (:6rd of'So7 pounds 'of fatinotio 'year, it u'as doubled';by 7ijany whoJjad iiot studied thd breeding *of dairy cow:; closely Jthat' hcV; record 'would scarcely' . bo equalled, if;oyer e>;eylled.: .Not; long* i «ffcor this. Colautlia 'Jth's Johaumti a I LloLstcin,. made 09S pounds of fat, ox'je] I ling Yekstv Suubeniul'ii' roeord by . Ml I pounds of fat. ; -Hero, ' tJiV'.vorld-s.'to-. j cord remained •" for several years,1 but it was finally displaced by...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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PROTEIN AND NUTRITION. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

PROTEIN AND NUTRITION. . 'v;l)fcc;issihK:thp investigations1 into fciio nutritivo value of. proteins, ' Professor Wood recently .said nil tlio .British ex periments of.-a1 more practical. nature hud recaleuhitcri on a ■ systematic •Imtx !jv Ingle l»Vom Ihoin it »p* pouredMiat Mucroixtrts of.pruvein -in Itio ration,- bi'vond'somewhere between 1.J Hi. aiul 21b.vpoflOOOlh.vlive-weight per riav of digestible protein, ocased to have nnv.direot influence cm increase in live •♦ireight.<:':!Thoy;:niJpht;fairly conclude, thfrn. tliat about 2lb. of protein per 1000 jb. 'livc-wci^ht; por day wir sufii eient for:a fattening ox. . This amount ' wa's Vepei-.tedly oxcfcdGd inmost of i h« district*; wherebeefproduction was n rstaple.iiidiistry, the idea' being # to pro duce farmyard; manure rieh m nitrogen. The■■■'•economy;.'of. this 'method of aug menting tho -fertility 'of tlio land was j very doubtful.'* ■' Protein .was the most I'oxponsivo constituent of an 'animal's .dietary.5.; Jft...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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MEAT PROBLEM IN ARGENTINA. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

MEAT PROBLEM IN ARGENTINA. 'J'ho friiortsightcd policy of indiscrim inato slaughter <>f likely bulls and caws iu Argentina, nays a South American authority, lias resulted in a state ol affaire that will bo nothing short ol a national disastor unle.-.H legislation is brought into foruc to prcservo soino remnant of tho once extensive herds. In tho month of February last, !u>ad of cattlo jrcro slaughtered. Oi these, 15,400 were cow.s. It is now necessary for Argentina catilo breeders to renloniali tholr diminished tstook. Verv reecnll.v '20,000 head of cattle were driven ou to Argentina soil from Para guay. 'J'ho price of moat is steadily rising day by tltiv, and fwmo of the rural *mrkets of t ho province of Buenos 1 Ayrcs aro actually displaying horse flesh for sale. The shortage oi meat which is being felt in Argentina is nii mulating enterprise in other districts and nations, and toon Argentina m:'j find her unknown competitors hor s. v> <essful rivals...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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FERTILISER TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

FERTILISER TERMS. Jji tho /winds of farmers v/lio have littlo time to study the technicalities of nomenclature, confusion may easily ariso aj? to tho precise moaning of the different names under which phosphate of lim<> i.s ottered for ngrieultural pur puses. There arc four forms of pho.s plmto of limo:—1. Sellable in water, as i in .superphosphate. It is moiio-enJoic namely, olio equivalent of phophoric acid, is combined with ono equivalent of lime.-, aud when phosphate of lime is described as ".soluble," it i.s understood by long custom and usance in tho trade to mean '•soluble in water." This is recognised by the Fertilisers and Fced | ing Stuffs Act, because in Section 10, I ,(1), wo find-tho words, "The expres sions 'soluble and insoluble* shall res-[ pectivoly. mean solublo and insoluble in water,"'and if the phosphate of limo is not soluble in water, but in citr.'i acid, it should bo so specified. 2. Sol uble in weak acid, as in basic super phosphate, reverted o...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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CREAM IN HOT WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

CREAM IN HOT WEATHER. Hoards 'Dfuryrnau says:—In order to mako good butter in tin; summer it is ncccssary to take tho very best of care of cream while it is being saved for a churning. Neglect to do this is pur. Imps 0110 of tuc chief causes or poor butter in the .summer. Mutter from properly kept and ripened cream will have a wore desirable Jlavor, it will keep sweet longer, uud bring n high er price in any market. Naturally, th^ lust essential is to taka proper caro of tho milk in t'lm stable and separating room. It must be kept away from undesirable odours, if taint.-, arc not wnnUd in the but ter. It is preferable to skim a rather heavy cream in hot >vtvi!her, one test ing ahout 05 per rent. It ought to ho skimmed beforo the milk has cooled or set around for any length of time. Onv of tho first essentials is to cool it as tsoon1 |.tft<?r ;sep:nation as -pos sible. When it can he arranged, a desirable method is to have tho cream can set in a tank of ice water, or re...

Publication Title: Ultima And Chillingollah Star
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POTASH AND CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

POTASH AND CROPS. .6ni> of the' most strilring" effects of potash manured is the remarkable way I wliiclr tltoy. promote the growth of;j :'plovcr»i-nnd •,other^legumiiiousr plnni8. : Thus when potash is applied to-a field of: mijviHl 'herbage^ It encourages, .the : »ro\v{ 1) of • tho : clovcrs to =' such, an ex tatfcjfchht'1 tho\ «encral .aspeot- ' 6f: the vcpctntiuiv: ia-entirely: changed., tt also phcournKes the growth of tho;filter nnd: more nutritious p;rasses/i ;• A fnr 'ihcr-'offcct'- of potash ' is that ■ ifc Tchdera* ?i!'.>-plant more.reaistant to the attack'; rf.'fungoid parasites, well seen- in tho •iota'' cf rust :oh wheat,, lenf-spot fun vu«? cn mangolds, and even in some cr.^os"finger and. toe" in turnips, j PStnsh tis tho dominant mnnurial- f:i- | .tjri Uieiit for'potatoes,where it .not o:i!y, i iniprijvc.s tho qiialityj," but; gives iirhigh* | •or- vield;: which , contains a larger pro-1 portion of marketable si/.o , potatoes. |

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MAN'S BEST FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

MAN'S BEST FRIEND. So ninny poaplo toll of tho/faithful | ne:»s shown by tho dog and tho lioreo that we have oomo to call them mnn's best friends. The turn) friendship us wo commonly understand it, means all round all tho time helpfulness. A friend is one wo can not well do without. 11' y.ou are ;i successful farmer and keop thoroughbred cows you aro proud 1 of llvm, You sell them for a big prico. Did you ever stop to think what the o:>w is good for bosides this? Without her, whero would tile, house wife Ijo? Where would tho coolc in your home look for a product to take tho place of milk? Milk in its vari ous forms is tho very foundation of her operations. Milk, cream, butter, ehfffM', piiddjngs, pfe.s, cake, hrcwd, mid xo on through tho list. Your cow gives the milk to fill the mother's breast to feed the littlo in fant nestling in her arms, that may be come a grat nu:n in the world. If, perchance, that mothor is taken from tho home, tho milk from the cow is depended on. to brin...

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THE LARGEST ICE CAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

THE LARGEST ICE CAVE. ! A few .vcars ago sorno meqibers c' tho Austrian Speiealogie&vyotiei'y dis covered in tho Dachstoiu liiountr.ins homo -oaverna which an:, amongst the largest in Europe. One uf tlte.v.} grot tee*, the longitudinal nxi.s of which j> fully- GoOOfL. long, moreover, turno;'. out to offer additional interest by it-.-* truly enormous ico niitssos* and wa found to bo tho largest known ice cave in tho tvorld. Though a .scorching sun may bo burning outside on the bare mountain rock, there is always an icy wind blowing through tliis underworld, freeing everything within its roach. Only sometimes, when tho outride torn* pernturo ranges between 82 and <11 dog. Cut., and a comparatively warm rani penetrates through the fissures of the rook, entering right into the. cavern, will thero be a temporary calm and dis tinct melting of tho ice. The IDaci'* ^tein ior» oave comprises several domes filled with ico, which communicate with one another through a num...

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REMEDY FOR GLARING LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Ultima and Chillingollah Star — 20 February 1914

REMEDY FOR GLARING LIGHT. A novel duvico liiis recently boon 1 pcrfocliM I'nr mwraining tlio dpnzor I from glaro in motor-oar lieadh^liU. | Thin doviou consists of a nick of alum inium plates, phu-otl licliind tlio mam I'luss ft ml in front- of tlio Ions and 'cmi-iilm-. These plutca nro placed liori ono above till) other, about oiic-cipth of nil inch opart; and have tlioir lower surface highly polished. an'1 tlio upper sui-fiices painted a (lead blaok. Tho effect is. that from a dis tanco of about 1«0 yards, tlio full IieM is t-cen without anv apparent shading. Imfc as the car approache s, tlio lifiht and (ri;iro beconis weaker arid weaker; until. vAiin a fe.w JT'f'l? nwny,- nothing" cita f)8 5CBri';rb'Ut 4 f6mt grey gloV.

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