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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Public Notices. OF AUSTRALASIA LIMITED. C6TABIISHED 18B8. Authorised capital . £3,407,904 'CAPITAL paid UP £1,498,220 reserve fund (used in the business) 545,000 £2,043,220 BESERVE LIABILITY OF PROPRIETORS 715,464 £2,758,684 Directors: John Grice. Esq. (Chairman). Edward Tronchard, Esq. (Vfce-CIialrman). Hugh M. Strachan, Ksi[., J. Newniau Barker. Esq. Chief Manager: —U. II. Wreford. HEAD OFFICE - MELBOURNE, 273 Collins Street. Branches throughout Victoria. South Australia, Western Australia, and in New South Wales. •Agents in a", parts of Australasia, the United Kingdom, and throughout the World LONDON. OFFICE - 5 Bishopsgate. E C. .TRADE BILLS discountW or collee'ed. KOKEICN DILLS bought or collected. • , * " MONEYS Ui.MlT'ir.D to:all parts by DKAFTS. TELEGRAPHIC or CABLE TRANSFERS. CIRCULAR and other LETTERS OK CREDIT Issued, available in AUS TRAL A.S IA and ABROAD for TOURING ami COMMERCIAL NEEDS. DEPOSITS received for fixed periols at rates of interest to be ascertained on .-.p...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KORONG VALE NEWS. Methodist Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

KORONG VALE NEWS. Methodist Anniversary. The Methodist Sunday School Anniversary will be: held at the Mechanics' hall on Sunday, Oc tober i;th, when the preacher will be Rev. Richardson, of Moor*. School Kntortainment. The entertainment by the school children to supply Christinas com forts fur our soldiers has been post poned until Saturday week owing to Charlton Show being held on the clay originally appointed. Presentation. At the iYcsbytcrian Church on Sunday las;, Master Charlie M'Gal ium, on behalf of the Sunday School children, presented Miss LC. Allan, in view of tier approaching marriage, with a handsome pickle jar, as a mark of esteem in which she was lieid by them during her two years service as teacher of the Sunday school. An Exciting Expcriencc. While Mr B. Hewston, accom panied by Mr jay were driving in the vicinity of Wychitclla one day last week the pair of horses which he was driving took fright and boiled. Mr Jay sought to give a hand in endeavoring lo hold the car...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Public- Noticc. Under New Management. SCULLY'S HOTEL. KOfiOM VALE. J, J. JEWELL, Licensee. I'l-uii jhc c.uciul management ui" the above, live public -scared oi" every attention ; ample accommodation; r,'treasonable rales ; the dining room is well ap 'rt:.-S,1 • c'ivil'lv and attention is the first order of the £;;:,.ym,K.nt ; meals on arrival of all trains. - First-class Billiard Room. |.-|tC ..tabling ; attentive groom. Best ales, wines, and spirits kept in stock Spring Fashions. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY. \Y, -iv now -bowing a very tine assortment of Spring Goods Fcri'rc crtuitiv; Season. .»nd new novelties are arriving every week comprising the very latest creations in— Spring Millinery, Ribbons and Flowers, Tadgel Ready to Wear Hats, Dainty Hats for little children and Stylish Hats for the biggei Girls at our usual Very Moderate Prices. Our Drof> Pepariment is slocked with most up-to-date -Materials at Pnbeatable Prices. There are — FiC-rs.! Crep-s rcH-t.tiii designs, at Gd per yar...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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A CHILDREN'S OUTING PICNIC AT WOOLSHED FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

A CHILDREN'S OUTING l'ICXIC AT WOOLSHED FLAT The annua! picnic in connection with the above school took place on. Friday, the 17th inst. Followingthe immediately preceding boisterous weather the day : was beautifully line, there being a full gathering nf scholars, parents and relatives, to gether with visitors front the Vale, Wedderburn and Wychitella, and an enjoyable .iftcrnoon was spent. ,\ noticeable, and a very important factor in connection with the life of a school, was the presence "on this occassion of the large number of children still under school age a circumstance that assures this school of being able t<> maintain an effective roil for many years to come. The lyncher, Miss Wads worth and the committee had been energetic during the previous two weeks in securing trophies and prizes for which the children strenuously competed, besides a fair amount of fruit and lollies that had been generously donated. The two together and the knowledge that it was "break-u...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIVING OUR LAST MAN AND RELATIVE REFLECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

GIVING OUR LAST MAN AND RELATIVE REFLECTIONS (ity MoNITOi:.) What was the meaning of Mr. Fishers' phrase, which rant; triump hantly through the continent at last elections, when he said that Australia would defend the Empire "to its last man and the last shilling." That was a grand utterance, and was ;ii>p!audrd by all parties, but was it in part only a catch phrase? To a Trades Hall deputation the other day the Prime Minister said that there would be no conscription for Australia. Why not if the necessi ties of the situation demand it? Few would say that we should have conscription in Australia if the Mother country did not alscHall into line, but it is so manifestly fair in its principle of equality of sacrifice that it is hard to oppose it on logical grounds. But how can we give "to the last man and the last shilling" if wc do not, as ^ final resort, fall back upon some form of conscription ? But the point which stood out most con spicuously in this extraordinary re quest for ...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services.—Oct. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Church Services.—Oct. 3. Church of England.—Boort 8 a.m. (H.C.), 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. Catumnal, 3 p m.—Rev. F. E. Lewin, Th. L. Presbyterian Church.—Boort 7 p.m., Durham Ox 3 p.m. Pyramid Hill 11 a.m. —Rev. F. A. Hagenauer, Rl.A. Methodist Church.—Boort 11, Mr McLaren ; nnd 7, Rev H. Richardson. Catumnal 3, Mr Dunstan. Yando 3, Rev. H. Richardson. Lake Marinal 3, Mr Wingfield. Minmindie 11, Rev. H. Richardson. The evening .service at the Boort Methodist Church will be a memorial one for our soldiers who have fallen at the front. Meetings during the week—Prayer, Monday ; Choir Practice, Wednesday ; Endeavor, Thursday. All at S o'clock. Church of Christ.—Boort, 11 a.m. ; 2.30 p m-, Bible Class ; 7 p.m., Gospel Service —Mr G. H. Oldfield October 10. Catholic Church.—Boort early. Mar mal late.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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BORUNG. Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

BORUNG. Red Cross Socicty. Oil Tiiuis.jay last, tf:o ' '!>' Red Cries Society ' '■ • >M.!> ' ■ :i ca>v of articles o.NUin i-.: < • 'r; — One pyjami .-.r.i", clipper-, t'.ic.- it-niM-:-. ... soof.s. II s.'ifrta, l*i «:t si iv is. Patriotic Catumnal Girl. I Mi- - A<l«-!.tidc Willi;!!!!.-:.. 1!. i «')iill;i driiis o>r^ ■ :ill<ni' her ij-ot.'ior to ■ 8 '■ 'r; brother wti.ted ti> »>h>h:. •«: ;:>• »• -• I 110 i'DO to ;h;W the e irt ' 'i' i.'!' who Ikii! a l.ikery A■ i■ i. - i'-" 1 !1 'V res, i;,- J u> Jri■- ■ " v, I till' bread, s ) thai 111'; l>r- :li 'f >•' volunteer Ho 0!;! l delivor* the hread. rii.B.-i" 1i* •' Addie. the sjliiei hoy, ir. i the wlin raluo from the u!-i lv.:;"J'-1,'11' Addio is a iMtiu- r f ( inerlv att.-uded ill.' r.fmm.! school. Her farming. hut left CviirJ'i t! r\'<: chill,i ■ Q) sonu* vo.'irs :\$o. 1 -:l' of Mr J. II, Hour ;i:xl Mr K ''Vt:'! Hi.ranij, Mr C. JVer, »t* X]U ,i': W. William...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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FLAMELESS AIRSHIP GUNS [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

FLAMELESS AIRSHIP Glfj .—r.v.,h ssctft Airships equippca ' "',rej> o'. r,j' guns run a certain ' *-r' ^ - • - --"-.u rJ;. from an explosion W-*;1 (t,0 _ _ flame at the muzzle * • ^J5 tie Hence considerably dJEge" devoted to obviating t! i It has now been ac0tj:"''Jt young Florentine cUy 1 - bave Guido Fei. He is ta tioa Hj" cently given demon- =on 0. an Italian military new powder invented b> 1 pr sS£ burns without either t. jet0-afr. and does not flare up ^ While specially V£S L- valu* >3 of aircraft, It wlU be 01 ens3S*''L tillery and mfantir not bee). from the fact that it mJ. the firing-line to the

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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BOORT-KORONG VALE LINE. Visit of Commissioners. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

BOORT-KORONG VALE LINE. Visit of Commissioners. The Railway Commissioners paid their annual visit of inspection to fooort on rriday last. They were met at the station by a deputation from, the Boorl and District Progress Association, I headed by the president (Mr Job Wea ver). The requests passed in the form •- a« of a resolution at th0 the association and te[«n^r-i columns «eif art r forms strongly urnfc.1. ^ " asked that ' "''1 Iruir, v:. established. i»n>l ilf the late running »f tra organised the !>'' 'ii!'.-' j-<i generally In a brief n pi> "r Swn,y. man °f the request wimi.imsr th> Could not* t' r.i',t ^ tlie present tm,- di>l not■«* Steps would I)'. running of trim;.- ir. t<itur. of the finaonal t! state he could h-.td -.utv r of the daily it . r The CoiiHi)L^i..n.' were cutt'mu '1" way trai'ie. and thus he mad" m 1 Mr KirUiaii) ;i to install a v. u frey street vp> fused to do, ar.d inspection of tin , h;«l •ii the , I,

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LOCAL PRICES, WHOLESALE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

IvOCAI, PRICES, WHOLESALE. Prime hay chaff £~ 10s Feed oat:; Is Ifrati Is 5(1 Pollard Is Gel Potatoes, best £7 IDs Oil cake .£15 ton Onions 'As (id cwt. Messrs Dalgety and Company, Ltd., Melbourne, report September21, 1915 — Sales were resumed, when some five thousand bales were submitted for sale. There was an exceptionally Rood attendance of buyers, who keenly com peted for all bulky free wools, es pecially crossbreds, such showed no change from previous sales. On the other hand Rood merinos may be quoted as five per cent lower, medium and in feriors ten per cent, lower, while scoureds were practically unsaleable through lack of competition. Dalgety's toj> price for merinos was loid, while several lines of "town" shorn cross bred.-; realised from Md to M,'d. The Australian Estates, and Mort gages Co., Lt<!. report : — Wool sales were resumed in the local market last week. We offered a cata logue of 5:i.i bales, consisting of portions of two new season's clips, with a...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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District News. WEDDERBURN. A Church Contribution [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

District News. WEDDER3URN. A Church Contribution The »uii: ji »•.er I.!-) i. . by Wtdderbiirii .-.11, h i H.-j Church 1 i i wards ti.j mon!nl. <>ur vi.-u, • It-,- r ;! i.: i intends to be ;>:v t-1:• •;< .1.■ iicca.sioii u?.. th- . : Bishop i'f tiie ii' -.i::.. >' -; ■ the \vh»!u of the <!:.• Mining. The directors of S:. ; y,'.;. tram Mining C<>i t;-", • N • i.1 convened an cxt; ■. : i •. ■ . <. : the shareholder* • i . '> • *..*• [11 a circuiar ate p..r. ^ ■ - of meeting, thry -t.r • f :. :• - rep.irts of t.'ie mine n '••• rccnllltl'cnd llld'.v : on the venture, hut • p.iny !>< wound sin. ■ ■ ; i" ' ■ he a dii:ip[ji'intnn'ii' ■ ■ ■ " -1'': naturally l.op d tin •• •••>• '■ ■■■'■ a '.oniier ar.d more . 1 •• Good Rains The copi- tts r un . v ! : !. !>.>•„ fallen have result-. J "iii1' ;'~ rchcrvoir. We ale »: ••• .<•• • * plentiful .vipply • i :!.• lUomtiN. and "iird-iit-rr. "• ■>...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
New Time Table KORONG VALE-BOORT MANA[?] TANG [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

New Time Table I KORONG VAUvliooKT.v, . I 1 J ';i Commencing >a!'ii,|,tV the following v-i; between Kur.j';^ , i," ! Manangatani;, in ^ j time table : ! """ DOWN —The loi |>.:n. r.,W^ »-l run from K»r.»n;; Va>.; t, Mondays, Tiie«l:vv-<, ,.;l Saturday-i. and lW>rt,wT«;..i-.nl Thursday.- anil .ifir'lur.-. t. tang in lieu of }>i» ..•« tsr.;fjv, U''.—The "i i'i fi'.i.. My.-,-ft. I tanjr will run <;• ,.J to lloort, ai.ii !V.:n Vale on Tuesday,, V.v::. ,i| F ridays. in addition a u;nr. v, :: : tang on Sunday.-;;'.: ;; ;,w. r,.-Kr Vale, running Mix<d. rv.r.-j.,;... UP Manangataiitf I Cocamba Chinkapook '... ChHlingollnh ... .'..-r, ;;;; I':;-. US1 Waitchie Gowan Ultima »• A" i'-i' Boort 'i Koronst Vale... 'V. 'itops if required I Roods In order lo p:;:---- 1•' Vale for 3 p.mil•••••: ' ! on .-atiudav, 2nd ' > " 'J- ir. up will run !»••»< "• Koronjc Vale on ihi

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Gordon Shire Council. THE MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Gordon Shire Council. TIi!£ MONTHLY MKLT1NG. The usual monthly meeting of the Gordon Shire Council was held yes terday. There were present Cr BarnesivPresident),and CrsJ.Malone, J. I'slcr, R. Jones, D. Mclntyre, J. Ottrey, R. Cuutts, J. Cable, the en gineer and secretary (Mr (; ]) ham) and the dairy inspector (Mr \V. Sinclair). Cr Ma lone apologised for the ab sence of Cr Weaver on account of the-death of his brother-in-law, CORRESPONDENCE. Municipal Association. From the Muncipal Association of Victoria, stating that the annual session will beheld on Wednesday and 'Jhurs day. October 20 and 21, at the Town Hall, Melbourne. The Council was asked to appoint delegate The President was appointed delegate. Auditing. From the Public Works Department, stating that in order to permit of the i early und expeditious completion of ihe i work of auditing, it is specially desired that the books and accounts be fully I written up, balanced, and ready for examination as soon as possible after Sep...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NORTHERN DISTRICT STANDARD with which is incorporated the Boort Standard, Korong Vale Lance. and Quambatook Herald. Interesting reading matter will be found on our sixth page. Thursday, September 30. FACT and COMMENT. A Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

with which is incorporated the Boort Standard, KorongVale Lancc. and Quam batook Herald. Interesting reading matter will be found on our sixth page. Thursday, September 30. FACT and COMMENT. A Visit. Mr A. A7. Dear, dentist, will visit j Korong V.iic on Monday, October 11. ! and may be consulted at Grieg's Hotel. "Private Sccrctary." 1 Attention is dram) to the " Privatej Secretary," -said to be the best comedy ever written, t3 be produced in Boort, Thursday, Oct. 7, in aid of ihciled Cross funds. Held Ovor. On account of pressure on our space a quantity of local, district items, and the giiMTiil business of the Gordon Shire Council has been held over until next issue. Indisposed. Owing to tui muck <jC inttuenz-.i Mr W. J, \Vrij;ht, of Mysia. was unable to fulfil his appointment at Korong Vale Presbyterian church on Sunday last. The services therefore lap-ed. Millet Seed, etc. Japanese Millet seed, dry threshed, highest gcrmin:tlin£ quality; also hand picked Ambereane See...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

SHOULD NOT RUN ITS COURSE. Never permit a cold to run its course, for more fatalities have their origin in, or result from, a cold than any other cause. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the most prompt and effective medicine for coughs and colds. It loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, open3 the secretions and aids Nature to restore the systam to a healthy con iition.—Sold by all stores Boort and Quambatook.

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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Points in Passing. (Written Specially for the "Northern District Standard.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

Points in Passing. (Written Specially for the " Northern District Standard.") A suggestion has just been thrown out in connection "itli the assistance of Vic torian soldier*' wives, am! dependents of those who lire ut the front or in trmnini:. There is sometimes considerable delay in the remittances coining t> hand, which often places the mother or wife in uwkxvard circuuis ances in regard to pro viding tlio necessaries of life ; t\nd when such remittances conic to hand—if {hero is sickness in tho family—they ire quite inadequate to meet the expenses of the home. The suggestion—wire!) is a good .-me- is that a register of all women de pendents within the bounds of caeh municipality or shire should bis token, mid llir.t local committees should be or ganised in order to facilitate promptitude in remitting money, mid in .special cases to augment the amounts from local .sources, such as the district lied Cross Society or any other organisation. Ic is also fcuggested that tactful visi...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLOONS IN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

BALLOONS IN WAR. Some hundred* o; e.i?tive •ire in use near f-:- !.:;?■ e':'\ | ciallv near the Or:::.-.:: lisoi. & i Germans make ::: o r use o' I than do the Fri-iu':: er :!ri:i;t The captive hallcVT.s us«J j Germans are no; t!:, ordinary ones so often seen. .Vr •' w uld rock too :iv.ci: :r. tfee prevent any obser.-. r kt;ep:.*i •*" feet for long, ... . The German war t>t!kvc « Ions' sausage which ik\i:= at 3 of some forty-fivi- .icsim5 is ground. At the t>oi".o:r. er.J l' long gas-bag is nn a::-', .u-. ostf **<•£ which is open to ti.e vdmi other closed up savt v." .i ssia; to allow the air to h.'iv.v tSrcaiJ: IVte air-bag folds, but when .! .-'lrren: e: s;r" comes along the a:v slow- tow-' bag, extending it :u:J sctis? «, rudder, keeping the \.»e o! tif loon always with the w:ad. '' steadying it. These balloons are trolling artillery fire. anJ t!fU3.>y at a height of a thoiif-inJ feet,.Vi. casionally one breaks loose. «[£ through a cable snapping &...

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A WOMAN "GANGER" HER TEAM THAT NEVES SHIRKED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

A WOMAN " GANGER' HER TEAM THAT NEVES SHIRKED. A sergeant called as c:d«, 2:: i covey of women worxer* iu.nei; out of the lmy at Alois's V;;:-; Wharf, Richmond [Ev.£.). -szzi U£ are engaged oa work :o: fe »c Office, and scurried a»av us ni way siding. "Bring up that wajscc," Hi is Scant shouted. Aleut a men put their sbuul-iers to tie -i and a great loa-j ei pressed i£a'» gaa very slowly u.. -ao;e sic:: 3 rails. Mere mo::, a -: the joy of labor, toyed at :U Til side tidying up a waisj i-.:- e! there. A man held the :root 0: gon. "Now the::." i:e paSri. 7;-:i not shoving. Doi.'t ka-.e i: all-=■ The answer rather .-tartkii 3t women heaving valiantly to its bustled him on. Ho waj (illijK - lean back like- a c.t :> iio.-H e:—•' down a hill. As as lie '"j stood still the :;;a:; rkued and mopped hi sible to keep eite'r taU c-;i cbirped a woman, liming a'-vsy nest job. Everywhere the sixty woss; ~::l ed like a team ai .. wi-of-wr. i«P up on a gigantic = 0: near.;' tons they sera;:;; 1- ...

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LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

LADIES' LETTER. What a pity It is that cards issued by tho Commonwealth Patriotic Play ing Card Association are not to be had readily In Melbourne. Thoy would bo the very thing to include in the soldiers' Christmas billies. Just think how amused and interested our boys would be to receive a pack of cards specially designed by Australian art ists for patriotic purposes, in which the kings and queens were those of tho Allies, while among tho knaves are tb'j Emperor of Germany anil the Crown I'rlnce! They aro one of the many ideas to raise funds for the Aus tralian wounded which hava origin ated in Sydney, and were designed by Sydney artists. The sample pack I saw sent me out on a hunt for them in order to let some boys in the Galli poli trenches have a laugh over them at Christmas, but so far I have not been able to locate one single pack of thein for sale in Melbourne, and I am afraid there is not much time to send to Sydney for them. You see, billies should be in at the depot at tho...

Publication Title: Northern District Standard
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ONLY POSSIBLE PEACE GERMAN OFFERS ARE WASTE OF BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern District Standard — 30 September 1915

ONLY POSSIBLE PEACE GERMAN OFFERS ARE WASTE OF BREATH. That Germany should have made overtures of peace to Russia Is an in telligible but hardly an Intelligent proceeding. That Russia should have rejected them without discussion can have surprised no one outside of Pots dam. Thoy will none the loss bo re newed, if not in I'etrograd, then else where. They will bo renewed be cause after a year of war, in which ho has made largo gains o! territory but has otherwiso scored no decislvo triumph, tho enemy is aware that the balance of man-power and of ma terial must soon begin to pass over to the side of the Allies, and that it is vital for him, if possible, to reduce the number of his adversaries. We. may expect, then, further pro posals of tho samo kind. They will meet with the samo fate. Germany is not yet within moasurable distance of understanding tho spirit that ani mates tho Allies. Sho cannot oven grasp that tho fall of Warsaw, so far from depressing tho Russian people, has stimula...

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