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"KISS ME, JACK, AND LET ME GO." [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

' KISS ME, JACK, AND LET ME GO.' Once, long ago, I was. witness to a duel in Cali fornia. The two men had been bosom friends,; but had quarelled about (of course) a woman. Splendid j fellows both— young* brainy, and ambitious. As I they stood in a clear, space among the pine trees near Sacramento, pale as lillies, steady as rooks, weapons in hand waiting for the word, the rising sun shining athwart the line of vision, they pre sented a picture too . often seen in 1856. The .pistols cracked almost simultaneously. One man stood erect, evidently untouched ; the other fell upon his back and lay straight and still. Seoonds, surgeons,'- and spectators rushed to his side. He was ' all there,' ,mind as well as body. ' No, i don't disturb me,' he said coolly to the doctor, 'I'm shot fatally and shall die in five minutes. Call Jack and be quick.' Pistol still in hand, his antagonist came and bent over his erstwhile chum. The excitement among the crowd was intense j the dying man alone was eal...

Publication Title: Camden News
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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

Notes. During the past month, we have en deavoured to ascertain from our correspon dents in the various districts (of which Camden is, by virtue of its railway ac commodation the centre) the effects ef the ? present drought, which they have ex perienced in the districts they immediately represent. We have no hesitation what ever in stating that, the verdict of our! correspondents, is emphatically that to quote . an Australian expression, ' It's simply wonderful' considering the bad state of their cattle and the almost total absence of ? grass, how the dairymen- have i been able to produoe the quantity of milk sent to Sydney, and to the various oream* - v . ? eries in the immediate district of Camden* 1 1 ' ? We emphasize the verdict of our various correspondence by being a^v eye witness to | the quantity of milk which passes by our office daily to the Camden Tramway Station. It — in our opinion — can only be placed to the _ indominable pluck and energy of the dairymen of the distric...

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POETRY. [ORIGINAL] "ONLY A LETTER" [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

posm. t fOKlGIKAIiJ u only a letter' X opened a long closed drawer In my prorata desk to day -A ad there, in a shadowy corner, A faded letter lay ; Only, a bit of paper, All crumpled, aud worn, audbrovm? For the withered hand that raised It , Was fairor when it laid it down. , Bis letter, the last he wrote to me, Ere the twilight shadows -?nme— ^ .--JPor death with hiB icy fingers Wrote ' Silence' after the natne .And the odour of faded rose leaves— A note from a silent chord i Came back on the wings of madness Came back with his parting word. And unseen fairy fitijjers That for a year have silent Iain ? ' Struck the harp of vanished mem 'ry * In weirdly sweet refrain, s And I heard again the cadence Of the song ho used to sing - ' In the dusk of summer twilight, So sweetly wildering, ? V And the music wofca the echoes, ? i ' ' In a thousand gusty swells ; , ? And the .odour of faded rose leaves V'V And the tolling of memory/ hells ' ^ . V , ' , through tli* And into the gdiden day,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

__rT_. ? . ? ''W H I T E M A* 'N, Argtle Street, Camden, ^B^ILDERS' IRONMONGER, On and Come Meeohant, Pltjmbeb, &o. All kinds .of Builders' Material and General Ironmongery in stock. ' ' Galvanized Iron, Guttering, ' Ridge Cappip^, &a? Galvanized Iron Tanks, nil *izes., ,jp ,? Crockery, Glassware, &c., 'Window Glass, y - i' i {' Wall Papers. Estimates given foe Pittmbing Work. . . ' jy- B. E. Y. CHOW NJE y, . SURGEON DENTIST. I Visits OAMDEN the FIRST TUESDAY, in each MONTH, and may be consulted, at Mr. CairoU'^ Camden Inn, side entrakcu. ARTIFICIAL TEETH fitted on the latest scientific principals. . TEETH stopped and extracted painlessly. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. V Syaney Address : 201 Macquarie - Strqet, opposite Parifanaent House. - , * - ? r% *8 - r 2? Pi . £ « to -5 2 o ** -g *§ a 1 o ra jyypv -l yi © a © o o3 £ - - « KA^h/ g - JAMES FRIER, JEWELLER, OPTICIAN, ' ARGYLE STREX, OAMDEN. Repairs neatly and promptly e^eouted. ; —ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEES TO REL...

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Fire at the Tweed Mills, Camden. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

lird at the Tweed Mills, Camden. On Saturday ; evening last, whilst Mr. Thomas Wasson and a friend were return ing to Narellan, from Camden, and when passing: the. Tweed Mills, observed a strong light, as if from some fire, from a window at the rear southern end of the mills, nearest Camden. Without a moment's delay. theSfe gentlemen raised an alarm, and with others burst open the door, to give access to the burning portion of the mill. A large num ber of residents were quickly on the spot, and assisted much to extinguish the fire. The scene of the fire was on the first floor, - which contain the very expensive ma chinery f or cordiS|f and bttmr purposes used in the manufacture of cloth. At the side of one of these machines had been stored 4 to 5 cwt of greasy wool, stored loosely in bags, which, when access to the building was ob tained, were found to be in a blaze. Will ing hands, with the very poor appliances near, endeavoured to stay the progress of the fire, which they successf...

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Death of Mr. Charles Clout. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

Death of Mr. Charles Gloui One 61 the oldest and most highly respected of the Camdeti district has passed away in' the death of tlie late' Mr. Charles Clout. The deceased, ? gentleman had not previously, complained of ill health, but, it appears', that whilst listening to his* daughter reading on Thursday, the 5th instant, cornplained of a very sudden and sharp pain in his' side, the pain however seemed to pass away during the evening, but rater on, more sarious symptom#* ensuetf, arid medical a'dvice was sought, acute in flarnati6n of the lunga followed, and he passed away on the eveniug of Monday, the 10th instant^ at the age of 67 years'. The deceased leaves a widow and eleven children. The late Mr, Charles Clout was born in Kent, England, and arrived itf * New S6uth Wales1 with his parents so long ago as' . 1838'. His father for many years was employed on* the Camden Park Estate by the late Sir William?, Maca'rthur. Early, in life — whilst only a young, man — he started farming ...

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CHILDS AND CRANFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

Childs and Cranfield. v This was a claim for the loss of 8 heifers, - valued at £24 sent by plaintiff Mr. John Childs of Mount Hunter to the defendant Mr. W. J. Craufield of Camden, for agist* ment on his run at Burragorang. Mr. D'Arcy Irvine appeared for the plan tiff, and Mr. F. R. Cowper for the defendant. After lengthy arguments by the Solicitors on the suit engaged Mr. John Childs, gave evidence, and said that he resided at Mount Hunter, and had dealings with the defendant in 1893, he engaged to send 11 cattle for i for grazing at the rate of 12s per head per . annum, and the cattle were to be brought .back any time after six months as required, he understood the run was well fenced, 3 of the cattle were 'subsequently ^brought back, and he paid all the agistment money. Defendant first charged him at the rate of 12s per head, but afterwards reduced the .. amount to 10s per head. In 1894 about Christmas time, he asked the defendant to return the cattle, some were brought back, bu...

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Camden Water Supply. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

flfariiden 'Water StpplyV' (TO1 the Editor ) ' Sir I am informed that, instructlofla have? , been given to the school children attending the' Camden Public Siphool, that, they are not to in1 future wash' their haida at the school, nor, to have more that one drink of water per day from the*— school' tanks. I certainly think that the authorities' should provide at least good: drinking water for the children and a filter should also be provided. It is1 dangerous to drink the water from the river at the * present time,- as thi'8 water,- to my knowledge, is f ull; of deadly germs and is contaminated with slime' fromr oattle standing in it. The public should thank your paper for the manly manner which you have brought the subjoot before the public. Thanking you in anticipation'. Yours eto. EG. GsisFixHa, Argyle street, Camde&v

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

? ' - Saturday, September 7 Present: Mr. J. K. Chisholm, J.P., president, Messrs A. J. Onslow Thompson, J.P;, D. Nott, J.P., T. Barker, J.P., C. Furner, J.P., and W. C. Furner, J.P. Several small debt cases were disposed off. James Atkinson, labourer, sued Mr. Alfred Moore of Baby for the sum of £32 for wages said to be due him. Mr. F. R. Co wper appeared for the plain tiff, and Mr. Shipway for the defendant. The case lasted the whole of the morning. Atkinson, it appears had been staying on Mr. Moore's farm for several months, and had been employed by that gentleman for certain specific work on the farm and for looking after his stallion, but, Mr. Moore alleged that he not made any agree ment as to the regular employ of the plain tiff. For the specifio work Mr. Moore, had employed Atkinson, he had been paid for, and had also given the plaintiff money to assist him in other directions. Denial , was given to there being any engagement at a weekly wages. Plaintiff claimed for the whole...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

j||| Tit© Sprmg Seasoii. . ||M Latest Styles and Fashions. :1II1 ' '? . ? ' Ml 'ill ' ? ???'= ? ? .. ? ? :? ? wl I® THE LAST MAIL HAS BROUGHT US A NEW .STOCK OP SPRING tpf ' ' Hi ' : : GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. ' Amongst- them being some very pretty designs in good and serviceable material, „ ,, James Harris & Co#'::i\j|||| ||. OF- SYDNEY AND OAMDEN, are.the.first to receive their Spring Goods, The prices are exceedingly moderate, being a branch of a large Sydney ? Establishment. We oan show you the' largest stock to ; .chooseifrom.'i ? . ?*' '-? Suits to order from £2 10s. Trousers from 13s 6d. - J. HARRIS & CO., - . . ? Tailors, Argyle Street, Camden, opposite Camden News, Office. Tattersall's Monster Prize List, 1 * : ^ ? r . .1 ftr'L- . . ?? -* 's ''if ?. ^ rF . . f. - n' * . ^''. 'METROPOLITAN STAKES, September ,17th, § | , j »-ft -, ' * 01 , 50,000 Subscribers at i-S eachi^i .'%%& ? | , . ,2* CAULFIELD CUP, Ocl^r JlStfc^T?^! . ' - , 1. t - ' o ;» »v ^...

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Stallion Parade [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

StaiHon: f aracie' Theantfua;! st'rillieri parade, held un'derthe ausfSGea1 of the Camden A. and H. Society, took place last Tuesday,- the 10th instant, on the Recreations Ground, and, according to anticipation (owing to prevailing' disastrous weather), the number of aMihalS entered was very small. Abbut 30 people* were* present,- but this number would have been larger had the' hour of the Parade beeh advertised. Mr. W. H. Cranfield, Secretary of the Camden A. and If. Society; read names and pedigrees of? the following horses — Bmod : — Mr John Moore's Conrtnisaioner by G'oldbrough, dam Scitilla ; Scitilla by the Barb,&c., ' Mr. E. Hughes' Lord Hastings by Hastings out of Yattendori mdre. Mrs. Onslow's' Stockdale, (pedigree not ffiven ak this; horse is not for public . service). Mr. E. Braithwaite's Premier by Marvellous (imp)., from Granny by Grandmaster (iifip). Draught'.— Mrs. Onslow's Suffolk stallionv Sanispn. Pedigree' not. giveto. . PoiJiBS.— Mrs. Onslow's Tomb Thumbl...

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THE SOUTH COAST AND WEST CAMDEN CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S REPORT: [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

trip SOUTH COAST AND 'WESO? OAMDEN (JokoJiaATjtVB company's kbpobt : i^BUTl^Blt — itarket ' brisk} Creamery) IS Sd to Is 3Jd ; Factory, Is 2d to is 3d ; . Dairy, lid to'lSd per lb s: BACON— Fair request 4^d to 5d; Hams, quiej; 8d to lOd; Lard scarce 3jd to 4d CHEESE —quiet* 5d to 5£d , HONEY— 3d to 3d ? . ? . , felGS — Gl-odd sales, alive, ids td 4dsi CALVES — Dull, 5s to 15s each ; SIDES — id to 3d per lb CALF SKINS— fid to Is Sid eadh J'LOUR— £9 to £9 5s per tan MAIZE— Unsettled, shipments again increasing &s 7d to 2s lOd ? ,« CHAFF-»Firmer* £i 10s to £5 5s per foti *. BARLEY— 2s 5d to 2s 6d BRAN— Good demand il^d to 11 Jd POLLARD— Good demand 9 Jd to 10d OAl'S— Seed 2s 9d to 3s 0d; Feedj 2a dd to 2S &d ' ONIONS— Firmer, £4 10s to £5 0s per ton ? HAY— Oaten, £5 5s to £5 10 S } Lucerne, in !. fair supply, £5 to £3 10s - POTATOES— Plentiful, £2 15s to £3 0s ? POULTRY— Prime table sorts selling well i'owis. , is 6d to 2s 6d; ducks, 2s to 2s 9d; geese, 3s to v^s '6d pe...

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PRODUCE MARKETS. WILLIAM INGLIS & SON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

PRODUCE MARKETS' ? Winiitit IwGiiXs & Son's Rkpobt PRIME OATEN HAY— Pelf cwtj 5s 6d to 6s ^d ; Medium and inferior, 3S 9d to ' 4s 6d PRIME O ATi3N CHAFE— Per c^rt, 4s Sd iti 4s ^bd ; Medium and inferior, 3s 6d to 4s LCfCERNE HAY— Per cv^t, 5s 3d to 6s 9d \ STRAW-per cwt2s 3d to 3s Od X ^ MAIZE— ter bushel* 2s 7-i to 2s 9d WHEAT— Per bushel, 2s 7d to 2s 8d SUCKlNG PIGS— Each, 3s fid to 6d 5d . COCK TURKEYS— I^er pair* 6s to 9s 3d j Hens, 8s 6d to 4s 3d ? . ? foflESE— 3s 9d tb 5s (jdper pair DUCKS— 3s 3d to 4s 9d per pair '?]/ ? . ? j ; \ FOWLS— 2s 3d to 4s 5d per pair , FACTORY BUTTE tt— Is a^d to Is 3Jd i)eif lb; t)airy Butter, Is Od to Is 3d per lb'} Pastry feutter, 9d to lid EGGS— Dozen, 7d to 7*d BACON— ^Pef lb, 4d to 5d ' ? i. ? . CHEESE-per lb 3d to PORK— pei? lb Carcase, 3 Jd to 4(i ' ;» .

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Camden Police Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

. Camden Poliee Court. Friday, September 6., .Present, Mr. C. T. Whitaman, J.P., and mMv. W. 0. Furner, J.P., Alexander Gunn, in custody, -was charged 'with having disobeyed a summons for having - on the 24th of August last, behaved in a threatening manner, towards the children of Mr. Henry Creighton, of Camden, and in such a manner, that, he caused them great alarm, and the ; children had to take refuge in the residence of a neighbour Mrs Curry; Evidence was given by Mr. Creighton, his children, Mrs Curry and Sergt. Parker. The accused was called upon to find sureties to keep the peace for the1 space of three months, himself in £25 ?:??? and' two sureties of £25 each. The accused v failing to find the necessary sureties was sent to the Parramatta Gaol for three months.. The Magistrates made a strong recommendation that the accused should be place under medical treatment, an the bench were of the opinion that his mind was un hinged.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

qharlis smith* Saddles and Habness Makee, adjoining the Post Office, CAMDEN, ? Established 40 ye^rs. A good assortment of Saddlery always in Stonk. Leather and Basils for sale. ? ? ?- ? ' ?? .{J. ijgANK OP NEW SOUTH WALES. [Established 181.7.] * ' ? a v » i ' ' 11 1,1 „ . b d Authorised Capital .« 453,000^000, 0 0 v Paid-up Capital .. ' ' i;837;300 0 ft .Reserve Fund^. . ^ i-T/ ^ 1,158,0.7,2 2 0 s Interest allowed on Fixed rDeposits. Advances j made against - approved - securities, and all usual 'banking business transacted. , . ? J.G.HARRIS, ' Manager Camden Branch. fJ-HE COMMERCIAL BANKING COY., OP SYDNEY, LIMITED. - , Capital-paid-up - £900,000 Capital called-up £ 100,000 . „ ? £3,000,000 Reserve Fund £1,010,000 Reserve Liability £1,000,000 ? ? ' £3,010,000 . CAMDEN BRANCH, New money will be taken on Fixed Deposit on the following terms : — . J Deposits of six months duration, 2 per cent, p a. 1 j it twelve ,, i, ,, ,, . Advances made against approved securities, ana ? all usual ...

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Narellan. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

k! Narellan. V PFrom our own Correspondent.] , The chief topic of conversation here as else - where is the terrible bush fires. Several 0 f bur graziers have been heavy losers. Those who have suffered most severely being the Mc Intosh Brothers of Denbigh, Moore Brothers of Raby, and Kenrick Brothers of Oran Park. Besides the loss of gr^ss a con siderable quantity of fencing:, has been burned, whilst at Ra'oy they only saved the homested from destruction after great effort. The effects of the drought is being felt very severely in some quarters. The cattle in many instances are suffering as much for want of water as for grass. Already in the vicinity of Narellan some dozen cows have 'died. ' . ? I have nothing fresh to mention in con nection with our proposed Municipality, but, we are daily expecting to hear of it being advanced another stage,. Gfhe high winds which prevailed during the week have done considerable damage to the roof of the Church here, large patches of shingles being...

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THe Oaks. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

, The Oaks, [Feom ottr Cokbespondent:] ' 1 % An excellent vocal and instrumental concert' in aid of the local. Cricket Club wa^ held on Friday last ait the School of Arts, There, was a very good attendance and all appeared to appreciate the efforts of those who so ablv assisted to make tho nnnnfivt a success, The programme was a most excellent one, The larrikin' element of the district is not yet subdued, as evidence of their recent behaviour at the ab,ove concert. It is indeed a pity to again have ocpasion to mention this circumstance, , - Bush fires are raging in all too close prox imity to the township, The majority of the land -owners are actively, engaged doing their utmost to js^ep.the conflagration in check by conveying water to prevent a 'further spread of p he fire. Messrs Moore Bros., Briggs, Lavercombe, Mitchell, and others have labored energetically and with a marked satisfactory result. The entire district is literally 'at the present tiqie a complete ' Terra del Fiiego...

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RELIGIOUS SERVICES Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

EELISIOTTS SERVICES Church of England Cobbitty —at 11 , Ker G- Hi Allnutt, ?,/ ;j Cabramatta— -at 3 p.m., Rev G.H. Allnutt Narellan — at 7 p.m., Rev G. H. Allnutt. * Camden— at 7.30 a.m., (h. c.) Camden — at 11 a m, Rev H. Distfrt-Morgan - Camden— at 7 30 p.m, Rev C. J. King Menangle— at 11 a.m, Rev J. F. Russell 'Vfestbrook— ;at 1 p.m, Rev H. Distin-Morgaa : fllieresa Park — at 3 p.m, Rev H. Distia-Mopgati Werombi— at 3.30 p.m, Rev C. J. King1 Wesleyan. Camden — at 11 a.m., Mr. J. Bensley Camden— at 7 p.m, Rev W. Wall Cawdor— at 2.30 p.m, Rev W. Wall Cawdor— at 7 p.m r I, ?-. £?. Glenmore— at 11 a m.Rev W. 'Wall1 Gleumore— at 6 30 p.m, Mr. F. Whitemanf West^rook — at 230 p.m, Mr. J. E. Moore Picton— at 3 p.m, Mr. Austin Campbelltown— at 3 p.m, Mr. J. Bensley ? ? . Primitive. Camden— at 11 a.m, Rev' R. Mowbray Camden— at 7 p.m, Rev R. Mowbray i& Bob's Range— at 3 p.m, Mr. H. Douat. i $ Menangle — at 3 p.m., Rev R. Mowbray t:' Minto— at 7 p.m., Mr. J. Aslimead Bringelly — at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

WANTED— To exchange, or Mawk Houdon Boosted, pure bred-. Arony J-. tj^jlope, . Camden Park. * 'ff rji h a _ ; K 's- WhitBman and Barter deBir&3fo. x&utn their sincere thanks to those gentlgpregf^yffl ga' ye the 'alarm of fire at the Tweed FljgifflP^^istJ^Sltturday evening, and to all who ao landxt- imigfted in Extinguishing same. i QRDER 01* RO?AL FORESTERS* . Court Morning Star, No. 504,jp&m4en. 'The QUARTERLY MEETb68T ij^conneotion with the above Order will baghel^frf/tli^fcnipar fcnce Hall, Camden, on Mondaj^^OTEJjfiBJDR 23, at 7,30 p^nii . * ' / By Order M.W.O.R., JAME3 NOAKES, Secretary. rjl E N Dj, E B R^ S TENDERS ate invited up/o no/m «n0|pday . next* l6th instant, for the -araavjU®m off an^ndei* arround tank. 20ft x 14ft»^cWWrticul|p8 apply ? yp. RANKING To Stand this Season at EXETER FARM, BRINGELLY, ftnd travel the Surrounding Districts, the thorough* bred Stallion* Premier,, &6 is a dark hay -#ith hlaek pointsj iieiarly 18 hands high, risi...

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Cawdor. [Newspaper Article] — Camden News — 12 September 1895

; Cawdor. [From our own correspondent.] Since my last, several head of caittle have died owing to the long continued drought. In one of the Urge paddocks here a num ber of cows have been seen lying dead near; one of the large dams, evidently they have; gone for a drink and got bogged and had not sufficient strength to regain firm ground, It must, however, be stated that all, or nearly all the cattle about this locality are fed and carefully looked after when possible. The cattle that have died had access to plenty of water, and had grass, but unfortunately it contains no nutriment' at present. ? Bush fires are certainly very close to us as our hamlet is enveloped with dense smoke at present. A good storm is^adly needed to put out these fires and to clear the atmosphere. Many of our young folks have had severe colds and other ailments, necessitating medical attendance. The past we®k has been one of the most disagreeable ever felt bere. The wind blew with terrific violence, but fortun...

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