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A BOWLER'S CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

A UBlOWLER'S CARNIVAL. The Brighton Bowling and Tennis Club hold a gymkhana and fete this aternoon on the club's pleasantly situated grounds in Male street. The function will draw a large and f?sh in addition to the leading bowlers and tennis players of the district. The Hon.. W. A. Adamson, M.L.C., Honorary Minister, will perform the opening ceremony, and the garden party during the afternoon and even ing is being carried out by a com mittee of ladies both numerically strong and enthusiastic. Competl tions are being provided for tennis and billiard players, and bowlers are invited to display their skill at draw ing, driving and trailing "kitty" 4oth by day. and electric light. The inno vation in its social aspect is expected to prove most helpful to both the bowling. and tennis sections of: the club. The. Brighton Brass Band will play selections at the fete.

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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FICTION AND FACT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

T ---- ION AND FACT. There is rarely a ciicimstance or char actcr inve'nted by the- imagination that does not find its parillel in real life A" year or more ago, a writer described in a story the adveintures" and vicissitudes of an erring lad who rant ainay fron: home: to folloiw the sea?li." TI ale' as spuef fiction,:andthe autior iiivented for his yoing sailor, ainamie unilike any he1 had everhearid. Soon after the story was published, its author received at patlieti cletter from aia sorrowing isiother saying the sailor by. In the story asher only son, ? -and beg ging for his address:_ . " Tell hlii:, she isiote, " if lihe will only come home I sill forget and fo rgiveall the past. _I ai ilonie i tiihe ?vorld,: and If my dear son will but return to me I will e ihappy again. It \ias hard to wivrite to this'poor _oth- er Iitha the saillor boy; of the story, whose namie, advenitures, and life, so closely resembled herson's vas ?but im agination. . -While addressig a jury in a crin-n ...

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Bowls. Trials of skill in drawing, drivinig,, trailing and .guarding will be a fea ture of the bowling carnival on the Brightlon green - this afternoon and evening -(electric light). These tests are new to the district, and give op uortunity to efficient arid experienced players to prove their ability apart irom the -alleged "flhkes by the other man" and the uncertainties of the game generally. Sandringham Club has performed well. in the B'!" pennant this season. They led the local section for some time, but Were beaten twice by S.3.C. t., who.,secured the honours. Sand ringham, .:however, have now reached the final stage foi.the :"B" rink cham pionship. They defeatedl Brighton on Thursday in the semi-final at St. Kilda Brighton were represented by the fa mous Ilodgson, Nelson, llankin, com bination, with Mole as leader. Sand ringhasm; howeser, had the more ex perienced four, and they won easily. M1r; lHaydon skipped with Mcssrs Bel yea,, oolard and Brown in the places. ThuirB score...

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Local Weddings PETERSON—MARRIOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Local WicWings PETERSON IM4illOTT. A pretty wedding wa;. celebrated! at the Tucker road, Mefliodist Church, Bentleigh, on March: 11tblthe con tractfng parties-being, r?:. C Victor 'Peterson. of Boundary ??od;d and Miss Bessie Marriott, second daughter . of Cr.. and Mrs. T. Marr~l ttof cGuin ness road.. The cereivhiny was per formed lip. Rev. J.' Cain,' a very old friend of the faimily', assisted by the Revs. Watsford, Cole eand Jen nings. The church was -tastefully de corated by an aunt of the bride groom. (Mrs. Logan). 'The brie was attired in ivory merv. silk, trimmed with Irish crochet lace. and .court train. She also wore: te' e, utomary wreath of orange blosi no and veil, and :carried" a'o sliboat'wicbquiaec. of white tiger. lilies-., and. roses-., with asparagus . fern and white streamers. The bridesmaiids were Miss,)Elsie?'.and Kati: ?Marriott. (sisters of theo bride): They wo?re dresses of whiti silk, strip ed voile, trimlimed with lace, and car ried. bLouguets of pink tiger...

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Electric Crams. THE BRIGHTON-SANDRINGHAM EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Elecric Trams. TIlE I.IGuaITO-I A ?'l)t1?JI(.IIA I in '-:Cnil tlhi ?'re idilent (Cr: Ferdi niiiido) -'inortidt-o oAithe con freiice re 'c itl: ,held lItt t;riepresiintatives of locruhbini, ri ? lrtoni' and CUnullieldh CotinLcil's -'egardisig.tlie extensioii of thl tr?inms tds SantdidilIlrhin. lIe- state:! tla W'plui; ofd tlUs roiite 'would have to be I-reli-rded.. t wi'loubtful: if "a linnye ' Acctiin- would -"operate- froam Soulith roail d .t-Saidrillgihant, as the dlisthuneu' wasioveyir i t mile, but thitt ulifiucllity couiil Ie dot 6ver by haiini overlappin sections. SCr. Small moaed thalit 'l. lix3 of the J'ruJtrmn it ial 3alver r;Triust, ?e eit raed. to. pretre jhiini " of ' the route fion Southi road. Cr. Sc:iuddis s?odiid til e ` iitioi.: whicl wans carried.. Cr. erdin tlnnc eIplainiied that te 1r-ihticn C(inicil. iwold haive 'to deal with .the ficstidonGIof eNtendiig th trcini :along $'Soutlh'i road .to - tItc teach.,: If anu Order c-C-ouneil wi ae sa obtieed fore lra fro? n...

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WEBER—BARNETT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

>'A prettvywedding :was celebrated at the Mooraltin -Methodist Church on Fetruary 3tth, by theo Rev. Charles l"owler, , between ?Mr. Howard Weber, of Bi ehton:niid ýLiss Lorna B:rnett, dau hter?of M3r: ifnd Mrs. E. J. Bar nett, of Moorabbliin. SThe church was decoratedl by the girl friends of the bride: aind:-vwas packed to the door withl?uests aiid friends.. The bride, w?'-ho?is- given away by her father, wore a .very beautiful gown of ivory satin,;' with an overdress of lace, dlraped and caught up at the side with a satin buckle. The bodice was quaintly trimmed with ' lace and pearls, and she carried a shower hou quet of water lilies and fern. The long court train of ivory satin was lined with shell pink silk, and edged ithl fine 'lace, being linished with a spray. of orange blossom and a satin horse-shoe. The bridal veil was arranged over a coronet of orange -ilossom, and fell.to the end of the train, the bearers of which were Misses Leslev George and Gladys We!er, who wore pr...

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HIS SYMPATHY WAS SPURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

IlIS SYIP TJIY :' WAS SPURNED. A seedy looking man entered a Sixth Ave sue -aloon the other morning, and sidling up to %'e bar, where 'hli bar-tender eyed him susp'ciocsly, he began " Good morning, sir. I see by the papers. thae the liquor Dealers' Association is pre paring 'o assert and maintain its rights as a -omhlinatiorro business men eppressed'by the injustice and wrong heaped upon them '.by an infamous excise board. Give me a lit tie brandy, please." " We ea e nothing here, and brandy is 25 eonts apony." ".As l was saying, this is a free country, and liquor dealers have their rights as well as other bard labouring people. But they won't get Clem iunless they.organise. They must beat the b hell hounds.. who oppress them at any cost. I- think I'll take a little whisky, pease'." - - . I.'m rt here to g've away whisky. It .osts iioney, and if you cas? iay for it, go " et are eigaed in an hoiinorable calling, buit you stillhare a missionh. to perform. You m iot circumveint these p...

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YARKEE YARNS. HE WANTED TO BE AN EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

VilltV EE YAP.NS. . WANTED . TO BE AN. : EDTOI. -"Hace ygu halday prevrious orperience 7' asked theu editor of a prounment newVoppap of a verdaht lokoing youth, who applied for a ~ituation on the staff. " d?ivn't- Ithoitgh?" he replied, as he showed one foot under his chair to hide tbi untskiful 'patching of a bickwood cobbler SI 'Shotild say I'd -had some experience, havent I corresponded with the Pumpkinville Sei`e,r? dr ?six weeks t Hain't that enough cxperience?" '! That will do pretty well, but when we put oyoung men on our editorial stall, we gener. ally put them through an examination. How miich is twelve times one 1" - "'Twelve - Whyany little boy ought to n0" "Hold on a minte, please. Don't be too How many bones are there in the human 2 ." Well, sir, I forget just now; but ,I sid know wvonsot": - Wh?i!, Don't you know that? Why, there are 7.31.GS, 2;!' 51S,45 bones iso n or adianr -' m. . " "lndeed " "le ? A ,man that suores has one more hoIne titan other eoople.1" . . What...

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Friendly Societies THE PROPOSED BRIGHTON DISPENSARY. ALL LODGES AFFIRM THE PRINCIPLE. A SUB-COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO PREPARE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

TI'Ji aIPOPOSED BtllrroiiNtyD PENSARY: ALTL LODGES AFFIRIM THE PRIN CIPLE. A, SUB-COHIllTTEE APPOINTED TO :PREPARE- SCHEME. A conference of Brighton Friendlyq Societies was held on 'luesday even ing ad the Centra. Hall to further consider the proposal to establish a Friendly Societies' Dispensary in Brighton. Delegates were present from the A.O.F., 1.0.R1., H.A.C.B.S., P.A.F.S., A.N.A., O.S.T., G.U.O.0.F., Druids, 3I.U.L.O.OF. G.U.O.O.F.G. and I.O.F. They reported that all had unani mously passed resolutions aflirming the principle of a dispensary. It was estimated that 1,153 members would be placed on the list, without takling into account the members of the four women's lodges in the town, who had also approved of the move mont. This number was considered bp" Mr. Coventry, secretary of Prahran Dispensary, to be sufficient to' make a start, and a sub-cblmmittee, con sisting of one member from each so ciety, was appointed to draw up a scheme for the carrying out of the dispensary fo...

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SAM WELLERISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

SAM WELLERISMS. "l'1I give you the slip,", as the greasy asphalt said to the cab horse. "They that get the least of it are the best served," as the phuper remarked ;hen he tasted the workhouse skilly. "Oh, Nanny ! wilt thou gang wi'me?" Is the gipsy sang when he found the goat. " 1 hyme works wonders," as the land lady o-lerved when she flavoured up the old hashed mutton. " First round to me," as the greedy boy said when he saw the buttered toast. "She is the nearest relation I have,' as the medical student remarked when referring to his stingy aunt. "This is a play upon 'words," as the ellow observed the first time he wit, nessed an acting 'charade. "You may draw upon me,' as the slate said to the little boy. "' Extremes meet," as Pat^eMolloy said when he kicked Tim Sullivan o:on;the head. " You shouldn't 'eat so fast," asthe ~oo/ said to the turke.-'y.-Jd.. " Could you learn to love me, darling ?? Thus he whispered with a sigh. " "Well, I tmight, in time," she murmured, " But I do...

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BUFFALO-HUNTING IN CENTRAL AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

BUFFALO-IIUNTING IN CEN TRAL AFRICA. A writer in the Allahabad -Pioneer Ifail describes some of his adventures in equoatn ial Africa, where, with pn expe. 'ition despatched friom Egypt sodme time before the appearance of the .1lahdi, ;wir :ame (he writes) across an immense herd if bufloes early in the morning of the econd day after leaving Foweira, mov eg leisurely along the sides and bed of a ,:oad ravine with a thick growth ol mJde, wood coveriug its banks. A IIER:Lt 700 STRONG. It was impossible to compute their r:rnber exactly; but there must have aee a;t least too or 7co'of them, and i.e noise they nmade passing slowly down he il. ine was not unlike the rattling ol :ea:y hailtones among dried leaves, the .ti.-lng of the stiff grass, the snapping o1 1nali twigs and the crunching of their :oufs on the gravelly ground all combin. i:g to make up the sound.. What a fran. .ic huh there was when a Snider bullet .ren: whizzing among them .and struck ;own a young bull! The whole lot bro...

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THE PLUMBER. AN EPISODE OF A RAPID THAW, [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

THE PLUM?BER.?' AN EPISODE OF A RAPID 'THAW, The dirty snow was thawing fast, As through the London st-eets thenr passed A youth, who 'mid snow, slush, and ice, Exclaimed, "1 don't care wihat's the price A Plumber." His brow look'd mad. his eye beneath Was fixed and fierce-he clenched his teeth, While here and there a-bell he rung, But found not all the shops among, A Plumber. lie saw his home, he saw the light Wall paper stpped--a gruesome sight. lie saw his dining-room afloat, lie cried, "I'll give a fi'pun' note A Plumber 1". "P'a a!n't at home," the maiden said, WVer to to the plumber's house he sped. lie searched througli London' low and high. But nowhere could he .catch or spy. A Plumber. Next morn, a peeler on his round, A mn:d bespatte'ed trav'ler.found, who grasped the " Guide to Camden town" With har.t of ice-1the page turned down At " Plumbers. - They brought a parson to his side, He gently mit:rured erec he died " ly houme has floated out to. sea, I am not maj--it's not'...

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Police Courts BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Police Courts IBRIGHTON. At the Brighton Court yesterday Wae. 'Garrity, of St. .Kilda, was charged with using' insulting language to Patrick ,Murphy on Sunday. Comipljainant stated that defendaot, who was under the influence of iiquor, called at Grinbly's Hotel at 7.15 p.m. and tried to gain admission. lie was refised, and becanie abusive. . He also wanted to light witness foi £1. Corroborative evridence was cive~ by L. Bcnfliett and Constable Cornish. )efeendanti denied the charge. lHe complained. that on the way. to the police station the constable lecame abusive towards him. A fine of 10/- with 5/- costs was im posed. A SHRIOUS CHARGE. Ernest IRankin, labourer,' of York street, was charged with mlnawfully and indecently assaulting .a girl under the' age of- ten yeirs. The case was heard: with closed .doors. Evidence was given to o the ef fect that -the girl had.been adopted by actru.ed and lived with him for'. the last three years. The offence swas al leged. to have been committe...

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National Concert. ST. PATRICK'S HALL, MENTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

altional (Concert. Si'. PA'TiICK S Ii AJM, 3EeNTO'iE. The uoe nets ,incert Iall.oif St. Patrici;'s "ns- c' roded 'to the. doors s-y. a representatie. raid appreciative audience on' on Tuesdiy :evening, MIairch I7th, the occedoii eing a` grand niia tional er:s]t concert organised to cele brate the-opening of the hall and also to do honour to the memory. of St. Pantrick'lv an velhing, of inational fes tiv ity. A concert of national music and soi rs is sihngul:i ,ly ppropriate to St. Patrick's night, for it- has l. been learly :shown that among the. ~iraid est" and most ancieit. titles that his tory gives to Ireland there :was that singlar title `'The Island of 'Song " That this title was not rveni for mere purplose of rhythm ;is ` borne out by; th' fact that from the earliest times the Irish natio' nal emblem was a musical in?trumeint -the goldel harp of Erin: Aio excell ent programme was presented by tihe musical director, 3 r. Edmund C(mber, and tlihe visiting artists aifforded a de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

S EducatliOnla ROSBERCON, GIRL-' GBA~MMAR SCHOOL nd KINDERGARTEN, NORTH. ROAD; NORTH BRI(HTON 5 minutes from Gardenvale Station. 10 minutes fromn Electric rram Large (rounds. axcellent secommods cdon for Boarders. Pupils prepared for Umversity, Primary, Junior, and Senior Examinations; Also for University Local Examina tions in Muuis. Principals MISS TISDALL and MISS CONSTANCE TISDALL, .LA Class Singing and Physical Culture have always formed part of the curriculum. Dancing and Special Physical Culture Lessons are open to Non-Pupils. Three Terms for 1914 Begi?-s February 10th.. June 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may be Enrolled any: time pro rata. "NORFOLK" GIRLS' SCHOOL, "KIORA," SOUTH ROAD, BRIGHTON BEACH. SECONDARY. PRIMARY, SUB-PRIIARY. Seven Minutes' Walk from Train or Tram. The school is beautifully situatedl, with exceptional accommodation for boarders. Pupils prepared for JUNIOR and SENIOR PUBLIC Examinations; also for University and all other examina tions in Music. Physical ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

CHLRiC SEIVICES All Souls' Sandringham.11, Morn ng prayer and H.C., Rev. Hy. I. J. Norod; Th.L. 'Mr. F. G. Bigs. llo~olTrinity, laompton --8 a.m., IC'I and 7, Rev?.. F. Gose, St. Azzes' Black Rock.-ll, Mr., Farrer; 7.30, Rev. 'Hy. L J. 'Nor wood. Th.L. Church of Fngland' Ser;ices.--Chel tenhaim.-11, . Chanibrlain 7, Rev CG-Crotty. Dingley-11.15, Rev. ". Crotty; 7 ,15, Mr. Chamberlain. Moo raUin-3.15, Rev. C. Crotty. St. Andrew's,' M?ddle Brighton.-ll, Rev. F. Lynch;.M.A., B.D.; 7, Rv.1. Lynch, MA., B.D.; Beach, 8.30. Baptist Chirch;-Bay street-11, Mr:' Aubirey Williams; 7, Mr. R. 0. Clack. Union -Church.-3, Rev. W. J. L. Closs, B.A.; 7, Mr. R; -Brown. - Black. ock Congreegtional.-ll and i.30, Rev., Reginald Turner. . IPresl-yterian.-Cheltenham.-Morning Ar. ;J. B. Sheppard evening, Rev. J. I. .Hewitt. Mentone-Morning-Rev. T. H..Iowitt; evening, Mr. J. An lerson.. . , ' .' - • St. Mark's.-11, Mr. Moore; 7,-the Vicar. ;St. Luko's.-10.30, Matins; 11, H.C. Vicar; 7, MIr. Kelsey. Malnd St...

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BLACK ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

-BLACK ROCK. The first '.eekly dance of the ilach Rock aniS, iSndrinighar ii club will -lie heli at athie Sanidrinighaii iall' on Fri dlay. ni. "l n'endjoy able evemiing is he ciub coinune ic f hce i i' anfl teri?aoiirn ?l?' ??ayci end idiltcidi ?n play -" anr ;reueis ted :to'n iiiet ait White's sto? sat th? Bencliirod :at'., IS p.m.

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MIDDLE BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

:The 3iddli Brighton Club snmoike ni lht on- ednesda viia a great suc cess, :indi: was the" means of.1;rgingin til"i : pli3yecrsi t~sigeFthr Cr. lrancis (President) was un:able to attend, and theo c.hair iws uccl?dpied by M31r: W. Sayers.-: A inusical progranlne was renidered; adli altogethc r thile eter tailnient . as niouch enjoyeld. The clubi receivedli an .invitation to enter t .the Victorian" Junior -s-ocia tion, Int the comnititce wisely decidedl to continue witlh the:Fiederals mid gain more experience Ibefore seeking to ald vance 'into hil'her Liade football. : SArranLements have' heeii miade for the :club t. play on the Brighton ioiindtl on the Satiirda'ys' when :t.lie senior club are as y. . Tihe ~ant: of a ,proper gcoanid ias a - seriols draic - bhctk inst sensoi-- Thle pla'er"i ivill havel., the :benefit od f daylight trainin fis" the Brightoii Chlib has agiibreed" i:to Illow :theljuniors to traiil·: with i=h seniors ulnder ithei coachinfg o"F. Turn bull T-I'is sliiould. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

Firstand Poremost. W. Robinson,. Butcher, New ., Brighton. Tel. 245. Established 10-9 "sOU~TIIERN: CROSS'tiENVai~EL;OP~S. 3/6iper1O003O.> Bicycles &c, For Sale. ,ICYGL.E, lady's, in good order, S`splendid machine, cheap. Not Saturday. G: Oliver. Tootal road, JIeatherton. Auctions. ": . TTHURSDAY, 3A\RCH 26. On the Premises. At'11 o'clock sharp. "INGLENEUK," KOO01NANG ROAI, CARNEGIE. REALISLNG SALE OF SUPERIOR, ]IOUSEBOLD F-URNITURE. Walnut Drawingroom. Suite in Silk Tapestry, 2 Comfortable Lounge Chairs in Saddlebags. Cedar 5It. Sideboard, :. 8ft. Extension- Dining Taible, First-class EMabogany Suite in Leather, Cedar Mahoany Chest of Drawers, Double, Single Bedsteads and Bedding. Superior 5ft. Kitchen Dres ser (glass siding doors), I.R. Hose, Garden-Tools. Carpenters' Tools, &c. A E. LILLIE has received instruc Li.. tions to SELL by AUCTION. as above. K Catalogues and full particulars from the 'auctioneer, 'Glen.Hluntly road, El sternwick? . SATURDAY, MARCIH 2S. ...

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LIVERISHNESS. THE JOY KILLER. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 21 March 1914

J - IVEl iSJJNESS.: l.TIfE JOY u KILLEIR Ipygo-lUcky chap' a i of I ht iuoyant, s -uccessfl:_, sort; wwii'::wasn literish,? Just thliCki it 'over ! Th lioi in nib'-is periodically troibled ih his .liver simiply'_- cn't be "clierfiil or' hapty. Ito feels too iliserable; and: often too irritable and oit-ofisors . to rae so a sailes . le 'does inotimeet you in the moinisg -wIh the glad'light-of wel come in tha eye, and th l hearty hand shake. And i::wh.l iiot ? liy; be cause , lierilhness , is a joy-killer, a smile ban'l shr.." .. SWhicn a :iian has :hsa livjr," lie feels noreiliksc'hittiiih. the other fellow in the cid;iather than .slapping him oi tlhe bacain, lid shioutin, "How. nre you, oldiboy.v ? '".:~i7-iiintaito c'roich in a olhair hg: l hi i iiisery, aid brolod over liis .'preocrit t)iliftulti, es; aiitl possible fiiisfr'tuneiss -ooiiiiing.' in tlie 'near fu tiure. f.As' hns'? l}citiseli sfaid,? liverishi ness distils bad teiper ius surely as tlhe sun. dissls the inoinlig i6mis...

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