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FOLEY BROS.' RICE-LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST. I Sydney, Feb. 24th £ b d £ o d Butter, Factory, per lb ... 0 0 9 to 0 0 10 Butter.. Dairy ? *221. 2 2 o Bacon, hand-eured ... 0 0 0| 0 0 8 Cheese ... ... ... 0 0 3 0 0 4 Eggs, por doz. ... ... 0 13 0 1 4 Pigs, per lb... i ... ... 0 0 4 0 0 4| CalveB, each ... ??? 0 6 0^ 1 5 0 Honey, per lb ? 0 O 34 0 0 4 Fowls, per pair ? ? ? ? f n o a DuckB ? n aT n fi O I Reese ... ... ... 0 4- o 0 5 0 Turkeys ^ .. ... ... 0 6 0 0 10 0 1 Maizof per bus. 0 2 0 0 2 6 Wheat ? 0 0 0 0 5 0 Oa?., feed ? ? O 'M 0 2 8 Barley, Capo ' '... ' ... 0 0 0 ,2 2 2 Plour, per ton ..v — 12 0 0 lo 0 0 Hay, lucerne ? ? ? ... 2 0 0 J 0 Do, oaten ? - f 0 0 6 10 0 Potatoes .,. ??? 3 10 0 4 10 0 Dninns ' ... 5 0 0 0 0 0 Hides, each ... *'225 n 1 0^ g»U Skins ...' 0 0® 010

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

E«M ©C3S. (By Kasoaloon.) i If yhnUspearo in his day had oceasion to n«lc '^Wnnfc'sin n innto ?'--hou' much greater is tho necessity now-a-dayn ! Why it would *? puzzle the Quaker to know tho meaning of nil the hi-falutin names civen to the rising generation of the present dny. Sirs. O'lloolignn ns counts the A B C'a on her shins sitting round tho fire, meets with somo hi^h-soundiug name in her favorite ' yellow hack' and mentally takes a note of it ns ns a sweet n unc for ' hor next.' If it poes on as it ia, after a few I yearn wo will hear Mtb. 0'Ho»lignn give her in I ntruetionn as follows : '.'Blanche Ida Olivette pro I cecd to the kitchen and put 011 your papa's tripe j nnd onion*— tlio quarry is knocked olF ns I sue I CI tude Horatio Pattsju-^t passinc.' Iu this district people aro peculiarly addictea to giving their youngoterJi high nimes which arc usually manu I fac.urud l»y liturary men with red noses and dirty linen, who generally reside iu garrets nnd subsist on rnshcro a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

Certainly the best medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, cclda» # in fluenza ; the relief is instantenous. In scrioug cases and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains it is tho saiesfc remedy— no swelling — no inflammation. .L/ato ?uprising effects produced in croup, diphthoria, bronchitis, inflammation of tho lungs, swellings. &c., diarrhoea, dysentry, diseases of the kidneyo aud urinary organs. In use at hospitals and clinics all over the world ; patronised by fli3 Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma tio internaitonal Exhibition, ^ Amstordam. IruBt to an approved artlclo and rejoct all others.

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

ILocul Stems. The Hon. J. Lackey has presented tho pupils of IDImwood School with a handsome set of Cricketing material. Professor Lefcvro has been engaged to preside at the organ, Mt. Aslihy, on March 6th, on tho occasion of the Harvest Festival. A cricket match will be played on Saturday between Elmwood Public School nnd Moss Vale Public and Coil vent Schools combined on tho Retire. ntion Ground Moss Vale. Klmwood eleven will be chosen from the following. — (*. L&ckey, K. Lackey, S. Cnllcn, H. Lansdowno. T. Lackey, \Y. Lackey, B. Cullen, H. Smith, P. Kelly, C. Taulks, T. Kelly E. Collins, F. Btinter, J, Buntcr, and P. Throsby. A match will bo played on the show Ground Moss Vale on Saturday next, 27th Inst, between the Moss Vnlo Waratahs and Fitzrnys. Following will represent tho Waratahs : — G. Fleeton, Jas. Fleeton, 1 John Flceton, W. Murray, J'. Lewis, K. and J. Barney, C. Peareo, P. Hoare, A. Elliott, and K. Aland. Emergencies : P« Murpay» and C. Chis iiolni. Mr. George...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

F. Ij. Barker -Si (Do.'s fl&oport. Sheepskins. — Competition keen for all descrip tions ; full-woolled (exceptionally light) up to 5Jd ; medium 3d to 4£d ; short3 and pelt3 2d to 3d per lb. ; greenskins (tops) up to 57d ; pelts 0d to 23d each. . . Hides,— No alterations in prices since our last report, extra heavy hides aro ocarco consequently high prices aro ruling for theso descriptions j prime extra heavies 23d to 3\d. cood heavy 2jjd to 22d ; ordinary 2&d, medium 2-fcrt to 2gd, best light hides 2{jd to '2Jd; ordinary 2£d, dry hides 2d to 2j-d ^Bark. — Market unaltered ; quotations : best chopped £7 5s. to £8 5a. ; medium qualities £4 17/0 to £6 17/6 ; superior £'2 10s to £1 103 por ton. Culvcs. — Market gluttcil. 1'igB.— The early part ot last wceji pnecs were vory firm, bilt on Friday, owing to the poor attend anco of buyers, !tho market eased off. However, a recovery may be looked for to-day. 23/2/92.

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Ladies' Working Society. CHURCH BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

Ladies' Working SocIcty. CHURCH BAZAAR. A bazaar in aid of the Anglican Church funds ' was held in tho Centennial Hall, Moss Vale, on Wednesday and Thursday last, under the auspices of the Sutton Forest andMoss Vale Ladies' Working Society. Though on the first day the atmosphere was oppressively mellow, with the thermometor considerably over SO in tho shade, vj'iere was a very fair attendance, and it increased as the day woro on. Mrs. Throsby, tho Mayoress, had con sented to open tho bazaar, and in calling upon her the Rev. A. G. Stoddnrt took the opportunity of stating that tho uuzmr was instituted lor the general needs of the Church in thecombiued parish. Some had thought the money would bo spent at one end of the parish only. This was not so. It would be equally distributed according to tho needs of the locality. Mrn. Throsby, who wns presented with a handsome bouquet, then declared tho bazaar open, and wished it the fullost measure of succcss. There were five or six stallo well ...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

BSofociflfcsoira. Mr. R. G. Ferguson informs us that entries for the coming show are rolling in fesfc, not only from this district, hut from the coast district and Sydney. It is expected that entries will exceed that of last year. Mr. John Grahani has been appointed assis- , tant secretary. Tuesday last was the hottest day experienced this season Everything is looking brown, and rain is badly needed. Grasshoppers are in great numbers, and playing havoc on young oats. If^rain does not soon come it is feared tho winter will bo a severe one, os farmers wilt have very little green feed for their stock. At present all otock is looking well, but prices are very low. ,A committee meeting of the Cavalry Troop asso ciation was held at Brown's hotel on Monday even ing laBt, there being present Sergoant-Major Wood (president) Staff-Sergeant Stanley, Lieutenant R. McEvilly, Sergeant Bleucowc, Troopers G. White and E. Humphries, and J. Carrs (sec.). Staff Sergeant Stanley addressed the meeting q...

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Moss Vale Licensing Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. (Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and Mr. A. D. Badgery, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

Moss Vale Licensing Court. Wednesday, Fkrhuary 24. j (Before Mr. F. R. Wilohirc, P.M., and Mr. A. D. nadirerv. J.1M TitAN'srni: or_ Licbn-rk— Pkaise of a Pubmcak. »» * C. Baylis, of the Royal hotel, Bow rol, applied ! to the bcnch for the transfer of his license to Mrs. j Fanny Don-no, formerly of the Wheat Sheaf Hotel, j C.mtlorfaglwitrcet, Sydney, the transfer being nc* coi3;iitited by n projected trip to Europe. j Sensor-Sergeant Fowler said the police had no , objection to the transfer. In oiso he should not be i m... .1:., ...1 ? *»- tj _ i- . ? 1, ? 1.1: like to record his testimony to. tho splendid manner in which Mr. Bay'.is had conduced h;o 1 onso in) Bowral. Ho felt sure they were ljsing the best, publican in the district. Ms. Wilshue paid the bcnch bail m obj. c'iona, and it waa very pleasing to the court to hear such a favorable report. Ho (Mr. Wilshiic) con d only express hi* satisfaction, and he wi-hed more of his colleagues had been present to hear the rrpor'. It wns ...

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Bundanoon. MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

.Bsminnoon* (. Frcuri our Correspondent J niNING. This little township is at present in a great atato of excitement, cau&cd by tho report that onr mines are going to start nt onco. . A Melbourne oyndicato is negotiating for $ho purchase of Mr. Tooth's mine, and I hear that tho pro3pcctuo is already at the printers and will shortly bo publio property. I also saw a letter Gent to ono of our leading towns* mon relating to ' tho Ringwood mino, nnd there seems every probability of that starting soon. Taking all thinga together thero cccmo a grand future for Bundtmoon. ? pVIhVlXGS. The now Commercial: Hotel !o making qood progress considering its cino. It hna already reached the top of tbo roof, which meana that it will coon be covered in. .Tho contractor for Mr. Oabome'o villa has arrivcdvon,thQ ground nnd will coon com mence opcrntiq^ which twhc:v. finished .will mako a splendid :£id^iUop .t6/ou?,tovrnDhip. Thero are rumours nlco. of -tho ?' ChtuoKo Church boing started at once;...

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Moss Wale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. (Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and A. D. Badgery, J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

BHoss V;ile Police Court Wf.dse3day, Fedhuary 24. (Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., nnd A. D. Badgery, J,P.) Dkunk and Disordkrly. Samuel Crozicr (32), laborer, pleaded guilty to having been drunk at Moss Vale on tho provious day, and tohaving made use of obscene language 011 the name occasion. For the first offence he was fined 5s. or 24 hours ; and for the second 10s. or .8 hours. He preferred to go to gaol. Joseph Rodman (54), laborer, also pleaded guilty to having been drunk, and was fined 5 s, or 24 hours. Defendant went to prison. A young man named Robt. Irvine wns charged with having used insulting language to Ruth Louisa Cunningham, ou the Burrawang road, on tho 13th instant. Mr. Gale appeared for the prosecutrix. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Ruth I^uisa Cunningham, a married woman, stated that she was riding on tho Burrawang road between Moss Vale nnd Robertson, and at a place called Kelly'* Creek met Irvine, who was in a waggon with a man named Robt. Elliott. As she w...

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The Case of William Phillips. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

Tho Case of William Phillips; At tho Goulburn Qnnrtor Sessions Inst month ft man named William Phillips waa tried for inrlcccnt assault on a girl under eleven at Sutton Forest, and the jury were unable to agree. Phillips waa then remanded to the Goulburn Assizes on 19th April or such other court aa the Attorney-Gcneral miqht direct. He waa again tried at the Cimphell town Quarter Sc3aion3 on Tuesday, the 16th mat., nml was acquitted. Judge Wilkinson, who tried tho caso, remarked that in finding a verdict of not guilty the jury had taken a' merciful view nf the case, and tho Accused might coooidor himself a lacky follow.

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SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

[?] An.Eastor volunteor oucampmont-vrill not bo bold in Victoria tbio yoar. . Spain hau invited tho Por/ora to parley, ? with a viow to tho concluding of commorciul trontien botwoon 3pain nnd olhor European, 7: nations. - — Tno robols Iinvo onrrounded Sntdoru I British position iu Uppor Buvmtihort|llln,|j..;.- ;; troublo in Cunnahia duo to int:iguosx J part of tho Chinoao, ? -p.. -'ogotv^j. Dwnotrouo gnloa hnvo taken placate to' tli English Ohannol. Tioro havo booD,ss,luit tl-''.' wrecko, nnd muoh looa of life. ' — . A negro, who hnd outingod a voma-lol/ Arkunsno, in Amoricn, baa boon lyncl,^ Ho was oiabod in korosouo, and buino.^ ??..?. tlio presenco of G000 poraons, women in^t tho matches to iguito bis clothing. t- „^v'j ' Presidont Cavnot'tbaukG tho Popo for t, ,, Encyclical to tho Fronob Biahops nijd clorg^ and offora to assist in aocuring roligiouBjpoac&«;',4 1 . in Franco. . Tho hearing of. tho ehnrgo of conspiracy Qgainst Frank J. Smith, Gcovgo,°J. Ftulay son, Thomas ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

^ltc Scrutineer. -' » ' TERMS: ; SuB^cnimov 2/G iicV quarter prepaid ; S/- if hookcjl ; charged onl- from thu iwvt of commencing. Quavjteia^'piiil Mnrcli ol,'.|unc .10, . September 30, DecemheV.31, nf\vWli periddsonly can subscriber* decHue^Y'giving a wc.-k's notice in writing direct to the ''office— nut through a *local' collector—and j ? '? pnying to the then miming quarter. ^ 1 f — uf less tllHll^ one i iH'lt i I/- for thc^tirfit' twfl lines, and 3«Lpi»v after ; lnn»-u* * advcVtisQtneiiUs, 3/- for ;t(ic, tirst..i{iclv ami 1/0 for ovcry subsequent inch. , A, liberal;.* eduction made for;;8tqiulini»uadvcVtiscment8. AdvcntUcinents o 1 bhths. wninagea,, and deaths, if scut by,poit, must l»c AirtKtfiit!ctttc«l v,by.tho signature cf.s^me' person kiiown at tjic Vnic^.or tljoy \vill not be inserted. Advertisements will boireccivcd up to 6 p.m. on day - of . publication. Tho- number of insertions should be i written on the face; o«' the advertise ments willibc continued till countermanded...

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BENEFICIAL FUNERALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

BENEFICIAL FUNERALS. When tho late Mr. Spurgeojj wns lowered into tlio earth it wns remarked that ninny persons, instead of sending the customary wreath of reverential sorrow, lind forwarded cheques to b8 dispensed unionp; the various charities on whose behalf the living SpuegkoN llnrl nftnn raised his vnirp 'Whilst nnp ivnnld regret to witness llie entire onimission of floral emblems from the grave of the departed, the sending of cheques as a substitute is one of those Uems of funeral reform which may very well be encouraged. In tho case of one who has preached for charity the net is Rpeciully appropriate, and if the prii eiple could bo more widely observed the funeral of n wealthy or highly respected man might be . mude to possess a decidedly beneficial interest for the poor and needy. If the ndvocnic3 of funeral reform could gain popu lar sympathy the last oflicea of the dead would be performed in quite a difleient way. Por instance there might bo universal cremation, nnd insanit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

.Special . A-lv«- piiscincHlflr. H. SlSCEffiiOSOi,, : MOSS VALE, j Upholsterer, French Polisher, Picture ?? ' Framcr. &c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads nnd Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door * Mats, &c., always on hand. Spring Holler nnd | Venetian Blinds, made nnd fitted or repaired. ; 'MiMERCiAl BANKING-' COMPANY. -n- zp cttei rjEUTr, Established 1831. Incorporated 1813. Head Ofilco : Gi:oit«i; Stiimkt, Svdnkv. ? o ? CAPITAL ? £600,000 . RESERVE FUfTD ? 5670,000 Rkservk foii Eqitausation op Dividends ? £150,000 Money receive:! at Interest and nil otlier usual j Banking Business transacted. ' . K. EVERARD ROW, Manaokh, SIOSS VALE BRANCH ~W, H. I'ALINU & CO., 3nninr.a:Hai?r3iD5« Estadlisiikd 1853. Tncohi'ouatkd 18S3, ifciiiiil Agents fu-* PIANOS l»y Strinwny and Sons, ??vj-.aUntt Venrich, Uebtd -md Lcchleitor, Carl f,r- Kck«», The Victor, Tho lbdling ; and for tlje Jp world-renowncd ESTEY ORGANS nnd B o o a o y ' a Brsias Band Instruments. gr U...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

j TATTERSALL'S MOHSTEH PRIZE LIST. jacwnnnmrlliett nn. Fi'.hm'auy 27. | At 10 Each | 100,000 j At 10 Each [ Subscribers. - FIRST... ... 15,000 50 ot 100 each 5,000 SECOND ... 5,000 50 at 50 ,, ...2,500 THIRD ... 2,500 50at40 „ ..2,000 S (divided) ..i 3,000 100at30 ,,...3,000 N.S. (divided)... 4,500 500 at 10 „ ...5,000 500 at 5 ? 2,500 Less 10 per cent. ' Australian C. M Alien 1. | /J 10 Each I 25,000 \ At 10 Ench — FIRST . ... 5,000 20 at 50 each ... 1,000 SliCOXD ... 1,500 23 „ 20 ? 500 THIRD ... 1,000 100,, 10 „ ... 1,000 S. Divided... 1,000 100,, 5 ...1,000 N.S. dividtil 1,000 | I,es!, Ten per cent. 245 EXTRA1 ONE*. 245 -31, Please state tlio amount yon eucloso with your application. It would facilitate business, aud assist subscribers in receiving their replies quickly nnd correctly, if tliey would plenso encloso two addressed stamped envelopes with their applications ; ono will be nscd to return the receipt,, and the other to send the result. Be sure and Register your letters,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

Photography. — Mr. Sibert, the well-known photographer, whose reputation for over thirty yearn has established him a favorite, ia now at Bowral, where he has erected, at great expense, a studio, which will enable him to turn out work snperior to anything in tlio district. Everybody is invited to his studio to judgo for them selves. Satisfaction guaranteed. Photos taken by instantaneous process. All work beautifully enamelled, and thereby prevented from fading. Sydney prices. No photographer named John Small, Henry Hay, or William Jackson is in my employ, or in' any way connected with my firm. £10 reward will be paid for information of any photographer obtaining money or work in my name, not legally authorised. Printed form of receipt can at once satisfy you. — C. A. Sibert, photographer, Moss Vale. Head-quarters, Bowral. — Advt. WAmris hd9 OA A GOOD PIGEONS ; half-a-crown per p&i1' &\j\j given. Apply— E. GOODRIDGE, ! Royal Hotel, Moss Vale. WANTED a bright intelligen...

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THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

THE S.C. &\V,C 1 CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. Sydney, Feb, 23rd, £ , s. d. i £ a. -d Butter (factory), pur Hi 0 0 0 to 0 0 10 Do. 1st (jnality (dairy) ... 0. 0 7 0 0 8 Do. 2nd ,, „ ... 0 0 n 0 0 6 Bacon, baud cured ... ,0 0 7 0 O ' 7J Do. machine cured ... 0 0 6 0 0 (i.J 'lams, hand nurcd ... 0 0 0 0 0 8 Do. machii.c cured ... 0 .0 5 0 O 6 Clicesc, Ibt quality ... 0 0 4 0 0 4} Do. 2nd and interior ... 0 ' O '3 0 .0 4 Honey per Hi. ... ... 0 0' 3 0 0 4 Pigs, each ... ... ... 0 17 0 1 15 0 Calves ... ... ... 0 5 0' 0 17 (i Hides peril). ... ... 0 0 1J 0 0 21 Calfskins, cash ? 0 0 0 0 I 9 Flour ... ? 0 0 0 13 0 0 Do. 2nd ? ... 0 0 0 12 15 0 Maize, per bush ? 0 2 5 0 2 8 Wheat (chick) ... ... 0 0 0 0 4 0 Bailey (Kng,), per bnsh. ... 0 0 0 0 3 0 Do. (Cape) ? 0 0 0 0 3 0 Oats (need) ? ... 0 0 0 O 2 10 Do. (feed) ... ? 0 2 8 0 2 10 Onions, per ton ... ... 4 0 0 5 0 0 Hay, oaten ? 0 0 0 0 O'O Do. lucerne ... ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Potatoes ... ? 3 10 0 5 0 .0 Fowls, per pair.,,.. ......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

R®!toea*ilrj-2-nn AmWicimndija'fliD §how. MR; JOHN HADbWivill run a COACH from Moss Valo fc/tho Opening Day (Wcdne* day), roturnina^yno

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The Dibbs Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

The -Pflbbs (Government. They tax tho baby's bo,vs of eilk, They tax the baby's bottle, They also tax tho tins of milk That irrigito tho throttle t They tax the schoolboy's slate and book, Tliey tax his knickerbockers ; junuy m.\ niu auiitiiuyiri o uyiio uuii iium.3, They tax her shilling shockers.' They tax tho masher's tenor songs, They tax tlio masher's Iockcts, They tax tho maiden's curling tones, They tax (what next 1) their pockots, They tax them when they're singlo, uul They tax tlicm in their tether. They even tax tlio golden baud That binds the pair together, They tax tho bed, tlioy tax Iho ohnirs, Tliey tnx tho ' breakfast tablo, ' They'd Jilto to tax the joys and cares If only they wero able. They tax their drink, they tax their bread Until their lifo they're cloliin, And even when a man is dead They finally tax his coERa 1 —Orange leader, ? J

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