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POST OFFICE, WAGGA WAGGA. TIME TAGLE OF THE ARRIVAL AND DESPAT[?]I OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

FOST OFFXCE, W/iGGA.WAGQA. -^. TIHV. TAGpK <»v Tifii AUlll VAJj . I)£j:iNVTCU > QF^MAIC^. - -: !Vnniv.\r!3. ' • ' Sydney.. Tarcnlla Junco .. Vass .. .' Denillquln Tirana .. . Hay .... Karandora . . 'iUn:' 'n.nt'. >•-0,45 A4? o -'6' o\'<n Snn. Moil "i'nri. XVcd i(!iu. j Sydney..,, . Tarculta ' '' .Tunco Yns» PenJKquln . Tirana .. . Jlay .. Ktirandora . A1 bury.., . CoofcnncHila. Clarendon . . 315 10 45 r , '10;'45 " '2' 0 2 0 fir. 3 III JO 45 10 45 | For tli'o criiivcnionco. •nf-^our^V^rteraj-.j^' publish below -the nvrivRls^and'^^VWres during tlic aarrcnb" lialF'yohr 'of llle mails via San l^ranpiscoJiGaUpj.aiid Torres StraiCstf;to JSurope, IwHa, China, and America. It is known, we prcaumo, t)iafc, thcsc'inailB cIoeoj licro two d.iys Ueforp 'cjoMiteula^^^ and Melboufno* and orHvV fctW:'days; after. doUvory/at these places.—Ed. W^\V'.'A'.*}1' '' yiX'Si® j^ANClfecoi^' I.KAVE SYDNEY.': A It n IV_ LpND O N. Jjv Saturday,: Jani -10,1676. •C . iFeb. 13 „ "Mar. ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

Business Uotices. COOIjAMIX KOLIDS SAW MILLS.'.'" TTTANTJJD ill) concerned to know tlint > V ttie Saw Mills Cuolamin Holes nro at vvbrU. :' First-class timber Us nfc lUo Mills, :18s delivered nt-20 miles. W. G. EVANS. ; |. . tno.to; baton and • LINCOLN CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS, STEAM MINERAL WATER WOBKS, Coinor of Traill nml Crnmpton Streets, Wagga Wagg.-i. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ■ banks: .,;;a AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCIC BANK, ' l?ifczm«iuricc'street. COMMERCIAL BANIC, Gurwood-atrcet. 1 ^ ■ physicians and surgeons : MOKGAN O'CONNOR, near Hospital. ERASMUS WHEN, Tichliorho Buildings. ■: R. C. ROBINSON, Huntley Cottage, Gur wood-street. ," ., . •_■■■ WILLIAM LAKGE, Kincaid-streofc, i ' • ' dentist: J. F. TlTZHKIiBEIiT, Royal Hotel, Now-, town. , solicitors: i JTITZHARDINGE & SONS,- tlio Exilmngb, • ! Rtzmanrice-street. ' JiJR. GAKLAND,'Pitzmaurioe-streot. ' ' ■ architects F..H. NIXON, Gunvood-street. , - i,c STOCK, station, AND GENERAL , - commission AGENTS WILKINSON, 1IANN, MINClII...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

COME AND; SEE CHARLE S J-1,I <& O- A J_i X-. ' £$ BOOT AND SHOE: EMPORIUM 1 v T"": Fitzivmnrice-strcot, Wagga Wngga, -| The. -LATEST ARRIVALS in Boots and Shoes: ' 11 ■ JUST RECEIVED, Over 3,000 Pairs, from -the Most'T3Vote<l- Makers. The Summer Goods remaining in stock will be SOLD WITHOUT ANY RESERVE at FIRST COST PRICE. tfHE NEW GOODS ARB BETTER THAN ES"VEJ1R! ' . .OHlE JkJPJEJIIR- rJTHAN E3-"VE3It-! COME AND,JUDGE FOE YOURSELVES. Inspection is a better GUIDE tlinn tliat woi'k of fiction,—A sensatioitad QOM . ebiob list. ■ THE MISSES WAGG HAVE now much pleasure in inviting the Ladios and public of Wagga to call and inspect the stock on view in their Enlarged Premises, where they, trust, by tho increased comfort and convenience now offered to customers,, to naerit'an 'increiise'of'patronage. 'I ,:i-iMilliiievy. (.i Now open, the following goods :—A case of Pretty English Bonnets, and the Mo'Bt Fashionable Hats, Dresses, Capes, Jackets, Undorclothirig,...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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STOCK AND STATION REPORTS ADVERTISER OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

STOCK AND STATION lUiPOilTS Advertisf-ii Office, Friday Evening. Foil the greater part of the week the weather has ucen wet, rain falling with little intermission, and the break bringing us most disagreeable fogg. l^ain appears to have been falling generally throughout the country, as moat of our exchanges report more or less of it. At Dnbbo they have had it heavy for two or three days, and we learn from the Despatch a great body of water fell, arid the rain was evidently great towards the river's Bourcc, for the Macquarie soon com menced to rise. Xc kept well within its banks, however, at Duhbo. The country hero looks remarkably well. The recent rains have given the grass a fine spring ; and if the frosts keep off, there will soon be splendid feed in all directions. Sheep and cattle are rather low in condition as may be cxpectcd at this season of the year. On the Caatlcrcagh there has been a good dcnl of rain, and the crocks and rivers are running. Feed is plentiful, and the rains ...

Publication Title: Wagga Wagga Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

BANKS. . • AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK; BANK. INTEREST allowed on fixed. deposits at; current rates.. Drafts issued on all the, Branches aud Agencies in New South Wales, Queensland/ Victoria; Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also, on England, Ireland, and Scotland.' ' ' . . W. A. COTTEE, Manager. Wagga.Wagga, ' 28th September, 1SGS. . THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY.; \ ; WAGGA AV" A G G A BRANCH.-;' DEPOSITS deceived on Current Accounts,; Interest Allowed on Fixed Deposits at | Current Rates, Bills Discounted, Cash Credits Granted, Ad varices M nde upon Approved Security, and all other usual Banking Busiy ness Transacted. - . ' .'..J The Bank issues Drafts and Letters'of> Credit upon its various Branches and , Agon cics throughout . /•!/:■ > < KEW SOUTH \yALES, , I. V W VICTOItfA. : QrEENSLAJtf), ' r - " .1 . - SOUTH AU8TIIALIA, " ' :V1 •" TAS1LVNIA,. -• ,:v, •• •• S* r ' ' AXD " -a , •' .,.••• : -NEW-ZEALA^./ -; ;i^y Also iipon all tlic Principal Towus.:;i...

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MR. G. A. ELLIOT'S (POWERS, RUTHERFORD AND CO.) REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

. Mil, G. A. ELLIOT'S (POAVKItS, RUTHERFORD AND CO.) REPpRT. Fat .Cattle.* —-The demand' is confined chieily tovthe local trade, and good quality commands high figures. 1 sola by auction yesterday. 3ft head fair to prime quality.' Bullocks at £7 12s. 6d.; cows, £5 10s, to - £8 17s. Gd.; averaging all round over £0 153. . Stork Cattm?.—Sales are difficult to effect; and only primo bullocks are enquired for. - I have sold 270 head superior bullocks (chiefly Hcrefords), for Mr. II. J. Bowler, 1 Mitta Mitta ; and; have others under offer. Quotations—Bullocks, £4 to £0 10s, ; cows* £3 to ;C4, Pat Sheep.—No demand. Store Sheep-,—Good young sheep aro sale* able at high prices. X have sold 3000 very prime 2.tooth c*»ves for Mr. M'Cauphoy of • Uoonong, to Mr. A, G. Jones, delivery • after shearing, Quotations—Wethers, 7b. ' - to Ss. Oil.; ewes, Gs. to 12s. Bulls.—1 have sold to Messrs. Robertson Bros., Yarrabeo* 2 young bulla of high pedi^reefor Mr. M. H, Devlin, of Oak Hill, at high figures...

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MESSRS. WILKINSON, HANN, MINCHIN, ANDCO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

MKSSIiS. "WILKINSON, If ANN, MINCIIIN, AUI> CO'S IIEPOIIX. Fat Stock.—Very few lots of either sheep or cattlu offering. A small lot of cows sold at auction during the week realised fully Melbourne quotations.. SroRK ..Cattle.-—Wo must again report . businosB in this class of stock as very dull, and> it: is consequently very diniculb to . effect sales. We have sold this week at Hay.92.head of mixed store cattlo, chiefly : cows, for Mr. G.' Allman to Mr. W. Bur . cher,'of Booligal. Stoke Siiisep.—There is still a good demand for all classes, and sales are readily effec ; ted, especially of weaners and gnod fatten ing wethers. In consequenco of lambing thoro aro very few lots of ewes offering. ' We liaVe SOld at H.1V. t,l nnninnnHnn un'fii Messrs. Wooldridge ami Wren, 9000 (i and S tooth wethers on account of Mr. A. G. Brook, of Conapnira, to Mr. J. Brook, of Tapio, near Wentwortli. Hams.—As the season advances inquiries for this class of stock arc becoming numerous. Wo now have ...

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A MARVELLOUS STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

MAHYJ5LL0US . STORY. The Bulletin (V Ctllifaniian'journal); with Homo profusion ol cross-headings, i unci vouched for by Captain ,Johp(j 0. iHolines as " true as steel," relates tho following "tough yarn":—Tho cap tain lms: boon, cpupijg.^n tjie Sojijh Seas, where his^mato' married a native .maiden entitled Wi-Wi, or "great •swirfimeri" On tho voyage homo this .incident occurred. A wavowashed Wi-Wi ofTtho forecnstlo while sho was porformiiig bor ablutions, dashing hqr , against'.fj.to^fiidp^'&n'dr.'rondfaring 'bor'i ih'cupablo of swimming. Tho mate soon bad a boat out, and, though hnlf-crazod at tho mishap which had befallen bis dusky wife, resolved to timko every ofiorl to stive bor. So be urged bis men witli telling earnestness. They too shared his spirit, and pulled awa)' on their dangerous venturo. But night foil, and no sign of tho 1111 fortuuato Wi-Wi was seen. So tboy l^ayin tbo boat that night shouting, but •iiearing uo response. ,fn tbo morning tho mate sapj,a dprlc...

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YOUNG. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) "It came down like a thousand of bricks." [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

YOUNG. (fuom our own coriussi'ondent;) "it'came down llko ft thousand of bricks." The| front of . Mr. Armstrong's now shop r ' came to grief 011 Thursday evening. Tho v buildiug is of the style which obtaius ex tensively in "Xoung, differing principally in ■' being of brick instead of being'constructed •' of wood. Tho shop is nine iucli brickwork,, opon at tho end which faces tho street. Tho: top is spanned by a wooden beam; or breast* summer, on which was carried up a parapet about five feet high, intended to mask tho ; roof and form a tablet for tho sign. This wall was not "returned" at tho ends, and its centre of gravity was brought outside" its \ foot by a heavy projection at top intended as a basis for an ornamental moulding. For tunately this wall looked so utterly itiscouro that apprehensions of its fall caused passou«- ! -! gers to givo it a wide berth. Nor wero their apprehensions groundless, for somo littloi time after the workmen left somo gontlemou observed it to bo "nod...

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ORIGIN OF THE TERMS WHIG AND TORY. (Australian Journal). [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

ORIGIN OF THE T10|{.MSWHX.^ A"N n TORY. (Australian Journal). rJJins iyear (says ; HunVo,''.iHistory l;:0* | England. 1C80) is remarkahlo for being; tho epoch of the well-kno^n, epithets of Whig and Tory, by 1 which, and sometimes without any material di/I'er onee, ] Ibis island1-'li'a's'' been''- sd'riIongr divided. The Court party reproached Ihoir antagonists willii, their, affinity in the fanatical conventicles in Scotland, who were .know(n bythe .. name of the Wliifjs. The country parly found a resotnlilanco between the courtiei's iind'v Popish -' '-'band! i tli'*-* i □ -1 roldnd, to whoiiv the appellation of Tory was affixed, audi aftqi:; this^rnapner these foolish lerrns of ! reproach came into public and general use,, anfl, seem now ■inoP'ifearcr their'end 'tliau 'Vhon they ..wove .invented. ■ Bailoyj in his diction, ary, gives the following^asr the origin:— Whig '(Sax.), whey, buttermilk, or very small beer, alsq_ a. ninne nppnea to those ;in Scotland wbo kept their .meeting...

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ADELONG AND TUMUT. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

ADELONG AND TUJ1UT. (FROJI OBR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ■ £:;;f »I-. . Wretched weather in this district,' iucos* sank rain, with little appearance of cessation. Grass very scarce and late for any springing. A sad and fatal mining accident occurred in Adelong' on Saturday, the 12th irist. ; A young man named Edward Cooper, employed in the Williams Gold Miniug Company's' claim, fell a distance of 70ft. down the shaft, and expired about an hour afterwards. From particulars elicited at the inquest, which was held before the District Coroner on tho fol-. lowing morning, it appoared that deceased, had only lately come to Adelong, that lie had not been much accustomed to mining, and seemed very awkward at climbing lad ders. The jury returned a verdict of acci-A dental death ; adding that no blamo could possibly attach to the Mining Mauager, tho . ladder from which deceased fell being per* feutly sound. Such accidents as the above have a depressing effect on tho residents of miuing townships su...

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THE GOOD OF AN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. (S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

f:"thjt"good"op'""an ageicul: tubal society. (g. M. .Ilcrahl.) , A correspondent,in the Southern dis I riots writ'os ' tlius :—" I recently' inel onejof tlie most oxtensivo dealors in enttio who was speakiugAstrongly-.to\a brother dealer concerning tho' impor tant benefits conferred upon the coun try by the Agricultural Socioty. He explained that ho alluded especially to tho effect tho society's operations had hud iin oncouraging tho dissoraination and breeding of a certain class of cattle. Gi'aziag has becomo in this 'district quite a different.thing of: late. Two 'months ago I drovo into one of my paddocks 500 head of cattlo as low doivn in condition as well could bo imagined; they' are ((npw. fat. Five years ago such a thing could not bavci been done ; I could not havo found tho cattle that would have done it. Such cattlo (that is cattlo to bo in such?ajilatoj),..would hayc wantedsix or eight "months' on good grass to'havo come round ; bnt the quality having been' so much improve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

IIOl.LnWAY'S OlST.UKXT ANJ> l'l I.I.S. —Al) reesses, Krysipulun, iMes~L'n varying suouc.sft ntti'iiih all who treat diso.iscs according to the bimplo printed directions wrapped round (Moh pot and Imi.n, They are invaluable to! the ,V»'unj,; ami timid, who.se 1>:. difulnenis num turn s endangers life. A lit-thi attention,'; moderate per-^wranoe. :u;d trijiimr expemo I v ill enuUh; lite wo;.t diOideut'to eouduct any ' caeo to a happy iwuo without exposing ; scevofc infirmities to anyone. !

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PASTORAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

PASTORAL MEMS. . The Australian Mortgage and Finance Compauy, Melbourne, liavo forwarded us the following telegram, received by them from Helmuth Schwartz and Co., Loudon, dated lGth inst.:—41 At the wool sales the market is rather easier. Sales closo without anima tion, but priccs remain equal to opening rates." Messrs. Bourko aud Johnson, Murrain hurrah, report:—Our sales this week were 21 head of horses for Mr. Win. Mncansh, of HcdbaukJJ and 70 head of cattle., fat bullocks, milking cows, and springing heifers, for Messrs. Robinson J5ros. aiul others, at very satisfactory prices, Mr. G. A. Elliot (P., 11., and Co.) sold by auction on Thursday JJO head of fair to prime quality cattle ; average all round £0 15s. Mr. G. A. Klliofc (P., R., and Co,) reports the salo of 270 head of bullocks, chiefly Hcrcforda, on account of Mr. II. J. Bowlor, of Mitta Mitta, aud two young bulla of high pedigrco for Mr. M. H. Devlin. Mr. Win. Duflin 1ms sold, through tho agency of Mr. G. A. Elliot (P.,...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

| , JTMIS OF NEWS. .It will be scon that the traffic over the Wolluudry Lagoon Bridge will be stopped; so.far as horses* and vehicles arc concerned; on Monday until the necessary repairs are completed. ' It was discussed in the Council on Thursday whether stopping the traffic for a portiofiiouly of each day would not boto • consult (ho public couvcnicnc. As the con tractor had, however, expressed his intention !to: work' night , and day till the work was completed/it was considered that a complete suspension of the horse and vchiclo traffic, would bo,the. wisest course, and that the work would bo got/through so speedily iu this way that much less inconvenicncc would ;be felt in the oud than if the contractor was only enabled to carry on operations on broken days. An inquest was hold by. tho District Coro rncv yesterday, afc tlie boarding-house of Mr. Edward Spring, inFitzmaurice-strcet, on tho body of Michael Robinson, who died there on Thursday oYening. The fdcceased came to Spring...

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ALBURY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

ALBUIIY. (ritCJI Ol'I! OWN COltUESl'ONlHSNT.) To the lminnno and benevolent it must often prove painful to witness tho torturos inflicted 011 auiuiivls as tliey :ivo brought to slaughter-yards. The debasing practico has been carried on to an extent which calls for inoro activo interference than can bo cfleolcd by paltry attempts luado by liumauo socio tics established hero and there. Yesterday a few boys iu this town were driving a bullock to a slaughter-yard, and they goaded and infuriated the animal to eueh an extent that, in liis rage, be turned and furiously attacked and killed the horse riddon by onoof these fast youths, who had a narrow caeape from a cruel donth. I surely have uo wish to give the iuimcs, forthoso young bravoea have no greater ambition than to sec themselves treated to newspaper paragraphs. The truth is, they should not only bo held up to scorn, but made amenable to the laws of humanity and civilisation. I wonder if the public are aware that tho flesh of animal...

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SYDNEY. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

SYDNEY. [FROM OUlt 0\V>* C01tlll'3r02i J)KXT.*] In tlm Legislative Council 011 the 9th iust., the consideration in committee of the Aliens Naturalization Act Amendment Bill was the chief business transacted, and on the follow ing day tho bill was reported, with certain amendments, ehieflly of a technical cha racter, introduced at the suggestion of Sir Alfred Stephen. In the Assembly, on the 10th inst., among the questions replied to by Ministers, was one to the effect that Colonel Richardson, acting upon the opinion of the Crown Law Oflicers, had refused in the inoan time to issue any more land orders to Volun teers, the whole question affecting these land orders being one that would have the early consideration of tho Government. Air. Parkes animadverted very strongly 011 the fact that during the count out, which took place the previous evening, only two mem bers of the Ministry had been in their place, «\ fact that he belicvod had never before oc curred since responsible Govern...

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APPROACHING LANd SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

; APPROACHING :LAN£>'SALES. Crown lauds liave> been advertised in tlio Government Gazttlet for salt) at thcundci-. mentioned places and.elates :— • Alijury—June 23. ' Balhanai-d—Juno 21/ ' ,l • J ~5 " ConoWA—Juno 21; Juno 30. - -» ' Dkniliqi/in—June 21; Juno 28. ^• ^ - Forij'bs- Juno 28. 1 ' '"' ' *' ' , GrbnfelC—Juno28. :: ' ' Hay—Juno 28/' *•'*;*"/./-f•/ JeRILDKRIB—Juno 30. Urana— Juno 23 ; Juno30. . . Waooa—Juno 21; June 28. .' ; .-< ••

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

WEEKLY , OA LBN DAR.;, 0 Wednesday 7 Thursday 8 Friday !) Saturday 0 Sunday 1 Monday 2Tuesday' . . '1 Moon's 'Phasb.—Jon"k.' •• New Moon—Friday, 4Hi, 8.2y a.m. First Quartor • Friday, ,11th, 0 a.in. Full Moon—Saturday, 10th, 10.1 a.m. Last Quiuter—fcuiiduy, 27th, 0.44 a.m.

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THE LISTLESSNESS OF THE RICH. (Lord Pembroke.) [Newspaper Article] — Wagga Wagga Advertiser — 19 June 1875

Till? USTLES&NJiSS OF THE 'J JIJOH. ( Lord Pembroke.) " fPatUiig-'asiddventitbly -tjiosd'1 who' neither think nor care about doing or. ; b oi ii ^'gsod P d rt)v6so;w li riiju st 'reasons aro not affected by such a 'sense,ihrtving found what ore to them (satisfactory solution^; pf-itliejqnigmaa ofdife, llioro is a grea't,!nn!r,.I fatKsy, 'incrfcfa'sing niass of • thpl well-to-do and well-horn, uiany of whom aro by nature fitted to bo tho ornaments of any race, »wbo d riff- Joflg'HJ (j,f$fmoj'el 0# '/lfeSI worthlessly,' aimlessly, or even mis chievously, simply because their mental characteristics and tlio half-lights of the agojJuiViUejjib pHlniost'i n I ifti}jelc!?t>.i puzzle; to them to find o^,\\;hrit ;to>ilbi .with; their money or their lives/ Tliey .'woujd; do tho: right thing, many of them; if thoy could ho sure what the < right : thing r fs ;;J ljhey_ y!i)ujd •}d,uvg|e Che'ir'livfes to tiding 'good to others, if tlve'y could bo sure that they really •w...

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