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Terribly Tempted. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 25 March 1914

Terribly | A SERIAL STORY 15 V V ANNABEL GRAY. Xlicro was a wo.ily nioiirniiilnc^ about tho parted pallid 1 ii>^, a bunicd tired look upon her lace, a sudden Khrinking from his gn/.e that luld him iill iio wauled lu It.'.u ii: a sudden shrinking, bu<jJ1 a.-, an anujlopo may ieel when a cobra uncoils n.-eli to .-print;. Sho could not answer. Why uibui/. always so nmio before him:- What did ho moan? Wiiab were those in articulate whispers an i warnings that luadu her lip.s quiver.- She wno hud ko long ha.U<i and despised human be ings; .sho whose young j^nuraiKv aud enthusiasm, and latum, genius mado her so many-sided m character aud mood, sho trembled now; physical hclplosfr ness prostrated lier strength as his lips again sought hern. Ho may have been disappointed in this silonco, oxpecting some quick, res ponsive, girlish uvowal. A certain severity stolo ovor his features. After all, who was sho, to hold him cheaply 1 Ho had his prejudices. Ho was narrow, to...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 25 March 1914

THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE CO. LTD. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. WOQLandGRAIN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THIS ENSUING CLIP OP WOOL For Salo in Melbourne or Shipment to London. The. Company act Strictly as Selling Brokers. ADVANCES ON GRAIN. YOU MAY REST ASSURED that Beechtm's Pills will be of sre*t service to you if your stomach is out of order •r your liver is sluttish. The conditions of life in these days are so strenuous thtf nearly everybody is times, overtaken by various derangements of the digesfive •rjans. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a. little corrective medicine, (t is worth remembering that thousands of people have proved thai BEE€MMmpS PILLS fpeedify exert & curative effect upon the disturbed organs and restore them to their normal healthy state. This splendid preparation has a world-wide reputation for relieving the ailments arising from stomac...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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MOTOR-DRIVEN ROAD BUILDER. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 25 March 1914

MOTOR-DRIVEN ROAD BUILDER. A self-propelled rond-building ma chine lias buen tested in Jios Angeles with results that are said to bo highly satisfactory from the standpoints of et liciency and economy. I'ke engine which does all tho work is a six-cylin der, distilmto burning gus.engine of SU h'orso powor, which operates a sories of bucket chains that dig the soil to any depth to eighteon inches, and tho tootli armed buokes are so powerful that they will cut through a , linished pavement if it hi desired to rebuild old streets. '1 he earth is picked up .by these buc kets, carried to a uiixer in the hody of the machine, and thoroughly com bined with any desired binder, hot asphaltum or crude oil, and is then spread evenly and rolled, all in one operation. A trailer containing the binder follows tho machine, and it is neo;ssary to havo a string of them iu readiness as tho devico operates with great speed. Thy earth is dug up, mixed, rolaid and rolled at tho rate or iifty square' feet a...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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CHAPTER VII. ALICE DICKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 25 March 1914

CHAPTER VII. • ALICE DICKSON. ''Cursed bj tlio sickly forms that err from honost Nature's rule;. Cursed bo tlio cold that gilds the straitened forelioad of tlio fool." A vague consciousness thnt danger lurkod iu .Leonard's lovo often formed Lonoro's state of mind; for hors w:is ouo of those exquisite and sensitive natures that aro affected by trilles and signs wholly invisblo and unmeaning to olliers. Sho longed to accept her happiness with ardour, and her excess of poetic fooling made hor even magnify it to an extravagant degree; but a shadowy fear did sometimes arise and darkon that fair horizon of her dreams — that s\vo2t anticipation of joy .and lovo. Tho arrival of iMiss Altco Dickson at Myrtle Lodge brought about an unrea sonable frjiiuo of mind iu Lenore. "It lvould bo horribly sloiv without tho Colomi," muttered Alice; "1 can llirt with him." Alioo wes tho averago type of tho modern -ycung lady; perhaps sho was inoro sellisii and narrow than the gen erality of her sisters. T...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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PHOSPHATES IN AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 25 March 1914

PHOSPHATES IN AUS TRALIAN AGRICULTURE Practical cxpsrlense 'and numerous experiments have clearly demonstrated the lu-nefit resulting from the use of phosphates on Australian soils. "The Journal of Agriculture" says among the many advantages accruing from their use may be mentioned J. They supply an essential mineral plant food which is most likely to In lacking in ordinary soils. ' Any soil deficiency in this ingredient leads ti stawed crops and starved grass, and the stock grazing on phosphate starved grass cannot remain profitable to their o\vne:s. 2 The soluble phosphates have a most stimulating influence on the de velopment of the young root system. This is apparent from the remarkable start given to young wheat crops when superphosphate is drilled in with the seed. This early start does much to secure the wheat crop against drought. 3. The feeding value of pastures manu-cd with phosphates is greatlv increased. A stiilung illustration of this may no-.v b2 seen at the Ruther gle...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CO-OPERATION. NEW COMPANY FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 25 March 1914

CO-OPE RATJOM. NEW COMPANY FORMED. The proposition to take 6Ve!' the general trading business now being carried on by Mr Gillespie Douglas in Quambatook, and to form same into a Co-operative Company, came to a head on Saturday afternoon, and it was decided to commence business •under'the new regime on 1st May nejffc.'-'.Mr John Coug'nlan occu pied the dliaii'i and thei'e were also present:—Messrs., Muldoon, Holt, O'Callaghan, Knight, W. King, J. Parker, C. Crump, W. O'Donnell, J. Ryan, M. Coughlin, Gardiner, G. Gross, Fleming, J. Graham, Hill, Griffin, Gurran and Mr J. S . Harris '(representing Messrs Connelly, TateheU and Dunlop. The Chairman, in opening the meeting, stated tllat the object thereof had been discussed be^ fore. Mr Douglas.had decided to float his business into a co-opera ■tive concern, and the subject was opan for discussion and decision. The minutes of previous meet ings were confirmed, as read, on the motion of Messrs Ryan and O'Donnell. Mr Crump having declined t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 25 March 1914

QUAMBA.TOOK ANNUAL RACES. To bo held in MrS. Cameron's paddock, . adjacent to the town. WE01SBAY,1m 8. OFFICIALS. PRESIDENT.—Cr S. Cameron. VICE PRESIDENT.—Mr D. Williamson. CLERK OF SCALES.—Mr M. Coutjhlin. STARTER—Mr.). Han ley.' CLERK OF COURSE.—Mr. D. Williamson. HANOIOAPPER. -Mr G. Moreeroft. JUDGES.— Mesirs J. T. Harvey, T. !•'. Hoi;an and J. Whitehead. STEWARDS. —Messrs E. Keating. A. Prcst, T. Dimatan, T. Dunphy, J. frt'Carthy, A. Rogers and J. Ooujjlilan. TIM K ■ KE12PUK.—Mr !•'. Dovle. . senr. COMMITTEE.- Messrs W. Austin, J'. \Y. uarnes, ii. (J. iierrett, o. Cootc, M., D. and P. Cummins, R. Carruthers, S. and E. Dorman, 11. Darcy, <1. A. Daglish, R. and J. Fleming, J. Fradd, D. Gardiner, R. Good, G. F. Gross, H. Godden, J. Graham, J. Gadsden, J. Heslop, J. Holland, J. Harris, A. Holt, W. & D. Kelly, M. Harkin. R. Jolinson, .!. Iv., Jno. and J as. lCinjr. M. and D. Keating, C. Kaiser, E. and J. Meney, W. Miles, A. Muldoor, R. Moore, ,1. Mangan, \V. M'Gra...

Publication Title: Quambatook Times
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CEREAL GROWING. CHANGE OF SEED. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 25 March 1914

CEREAL GROWING. CHANGE OF SEED. A belief commonly held anion.? cereal growers is that change of seed is more or less necessary every two or three years. It would appear, however, that this belief is founded on opinion rather than on well-ascertained fact In Canada decided results have been obtained at the Ontario Agricultural College. A number of varieties of oats, barley, wheat and potatoes have been grown ii the experimental grounds from 18 to 2! yeajs without a change of seed from outside -sources. In practically all cases the yields per , acre, in recent years have been greater than those during tli-* earlier, part of the experiment.. Ta'.ting an average, it is '.found that the yields have in-, creased to a-remarkable degree. Tito soil on which these varieties have been: grown has changed but IflttiThi fertility in Hit! period under review. It therefore yeems possible to grow the same varieties for a considerable length of time Without change of see I, providing csro is taisoa i...

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OBITUARY. (CONTRIBUTED). [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 25 March 1914

OBITUARY. (Contributed). The largest funeral that ever visited Quambatook Cemetery was that which followed the remains of the late Mrs. Edward Keating to her last resting place on Wednesday last. The cortege left the residence at about 2 p.m., and consisted of 85 vehicle and about a dozen horsemen. When the hearse reached the Cemetery, the last horseman was only a few chains from the Quambatook road. The Rev. Father Waaldron con ducted the funeral service, which was most impressive. As the grave was being filled in, several pathetic scenes occurred, and many of the onlookers were deeply affected by the outbreaks of grief from the members of the family of the deceased lady. Many a firm hand-grip and kindly word of sym pathy attested the affection and esteem in which she was held. Although death took place at the comparatively early age of 52, the late Mrs. Keating had crowded more good work and human kindness into those years than most would do in a century. There were  ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

NURSE MAXTED, DIPLOMA, LONDON, YEARS' Hospital Experiences, « V treats nil diseases in both men and women, no matter how long stand ing. Sufferers, avoid operations ; con sult me without delay. .Delay is dan gerous to your complaint. Destitute cases treated free of charge. Has also Private Home for Midwifery. Patients before, after, and during accouchement. Board Moderate— Fees £3 3s. Doctors in attendance. Strictly private. Country trains met if advised. Stamp envelope for reply. "Charlton," Burgess St., AUBURN, MELBOURNE. 'Phone, 1242, Hawthorn. Bcndigo's Premier CATERER. W. H SEED, 300 Hargreaves Street. Supplies forwarded for all Northern District functions—Balls, picnics, wed dings, cl.' .rch and school fetes. ■FAMOto TOR OUR BRIDE CAKES Visit Rood's Tea Rooms when in Ben digo. LALBSRT James Woods, PRACTICAL BOOTMAKER, STOCKS nil kiiuls of Ladies', Gcnt.'s and Childrens' Footwear. Supplies all wants Makes to all measures. Prompt Repairing. You don't have to pare ycur foot to we...

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CITY MEN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

CITY MEN ON THE LAND. "J I opt) springs eternal ill tho iiiiiiiiin Man never is, but always to bo blest." These words ui tliu poet, A1 r x:i in lor l'opo, cumc Ui iny iniiKl whenever i suo a country family moving to vown or II. city family coming lo tin; coun try (writes l''aimur Jiiggle. Such initx rations are taking placo with increas ing fivijucnuy i'li every community, and in low instances is either party fitted for the radical change 111 envir onment. Knotting in.iio about the trials, lio]H'.s and failure.-, of oily poo plo in tlu) ooinitr.v than of tho strug liliasu of this gloat problem ol' disco* shall confiuc myself nia in j v to that gles of oonnlry |jri.,ilt; in Uio city, I tout, though Ukto i:, much tliat may bo said mi lioUi »idc.s. Wo sra on ovoiy hand city-bred men who liuvo li"ard tliu enticing call ol tho open, struggling, sometimes bopofuliy but more ofl• n despairingly, with hard probloms for tho solving of which thoy havo had no preparation, and our hearts go out...

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THE ONE TO BLAME. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

'I'llK (INK TO IIIjA.MK. 'I'll., si (tl'.V IS t..M Hi II w "11-lilWWII |ii>lil tenor, wild, when a sited to M'lK at ;i dinner, although ho bad nniMc with hiin. wont' on t.> tlu> plaMorm tu .li<l hi.. In'-l. l.uS- li>- broUe 111 i„ the middle and retired. |li< was cheered up by. an oldorlv ma11 •"Uinr nt'xt. to liini, who tapped linn | on the shoulder and said: ■ j "Never mind, lad, tlm s dono llij host; but th' follor «s usked tlieo to Bins QWt to be shot."

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SPORTING NOTES. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

SFOST1WG NOTES. - [By Rambler.] TI-IE TURF. There was a record attendance at the Wedderburn races on Wednesday, visitors being pres ent from Charlton, Inglewood, Korong Vale, Quambatook, St. Arnaud, Donald, Boort and the surrounding district. The special train from Bendigo conveyed 100 visitors arid 16 . horses, and the; gate, takings amounted to £73 6s. This was mainly due to the fact that the club went in for exten sive advertising. Wee Jean annexed the Trial Handicap, Lady Bolcck the Brace let Trot, Lady Jlercia the Handi cap, Foot lass the Hack Race, Raconteur the Publicans' Purse, W.S. the Open Handicap Trot, and Algarara the flying Handi cap. Mr Sam Cameron started Ex pectation at Wedderburn last Wednesday in the Bracelet and Handicap Open Trot, but he failed to follow up his Kerang win. Expectation was made favorite for the i'oimer event at G to 4, but he did not appear to take kindly to the track, and finished out of a place in both races.

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ARGENTINA'S WHEAT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

ARGENTINA'S WHEAT INDUSTRY. vArgunLiNiif in Hpil-o of pntir mnrlittiiij; faeilit'ies ami a backward limning po pulation, already ranks third anions tho tliri*o whcat-e.\|nirtiiiK countries of tho world. Its aroa dovotod Id wheat ciil- \ turo has <l<»ubIo<l during tho past JO years, and is throe timer. as largo as it was oufy \i) years ago. Thoro i-> ovory prospect, too, of a still greater advaiic.' in tho near tulurr. In lh» AiiRiist L'niiod iMiipuv, Mr. S. Hod rod, ol Jfuenos Ayrea, give* an >11(01 'o.sLiiig ao t:ount of coreal-growinu 111 this fciorilh Ainoricaii republic, winch b'd.s fair In ix<<Mii)io 0110 of tho wnrJd'.s f;ranario.,. lining in condition,. of olinialo and M>il, Ar^'ininii ojinnot, it would :,oom, miI«t into ;•«'! Kills ji ion with C.t/I.fda ill l)lo JO odljrl H>H oi w liraI . I»:n Iw la whoal, «" n.-\l|v brought trorn Italy, lonm, about* 7U por rent. ol tin* flop, aimI llu>.sian wheat *'') p»M...

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Quambatook Races. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

Quambatook Races. WEDNESDAY, APRIL S. The following are the entries and handicaps for the annual meeting of the Quambatook Rac ing and Trotting Club, to be held on Wednesday next:— BRUSH I-IURDLE RACE. Caroun, 9.10 ; Budgerum, 9.5 ; Skowerif, 9.3 ; Eulalia, Lazy Liz, 9.0. HANDICAP TROT. Laborite, Fairy, Little Bay, scratch ; Tard, Ruby B, Killarney Bells, Robin Adair, 20 yds bhd ; M'Kinney Miss, 50yds bhd ; Ex pectation, 70yds bhd ; Tracey Alto, 120yds bhd ; Hazel Direct, 150 yds bhd ; The Whip, 250yds bhd. TRIAL HANDICAP. Footlass, 9.0; The Crisis, Mary Logan, Skowerif, and Miss Lastcombe, 8.2 ; Boorza, Eulalia, Linda Vale, Wee Ettie, 8.0 ; Nancy Headland, 7.10 ; Lime light, Innisheen, 7.7, QUAMBATOOK HANDICAP. Tinonee, 9.0 ; Queen Elizabeth, Britwood, 8.5 ; Bonadea, 7.10; Doctor, Caroun, 7.5 ; Mary Logan, Skowerif, Boorza, Lnurine, Linda Vale, 7.0. PONY RACE 14.2. Wee MacGregor, 9.0. Lime light, '8.12 ; Innisheen, 8.7 ; Gleewin, Nancy Headland, 8.5 ;. Polly, S.3 ; Wee Model, Pearl...

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THE HOLSTEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

THE HOLSTEIN. Thero aro jicvor.il <Jisiiuct groups oi Dutch cattlo—naiueJy, tlio. Frisian, 1 lie ltlack and Whilo Holland, llu, \Mnv\i SVJiiio-Uuhd Groimigon, and . tho lUd wliito Alense-Hhine-Yssel groiip.j> li». souks of Lltw hoist lipids thouvcrn^o nn uuaJ yield is stated to by 800 gallons and over, including hoifer$ with lirnt calves. Older cows nro .said to, give IU01) galJuus, and Jho J'nt percent ago" is estimated at from .T lo 0 per tsjiit; Anions Iho dairying herds of America Uu* Holslem ranks only wound to tho Jorsoy. lt« is vho largest- of Uio dnij-y: breeds, and I ho colour markings . aro variolated black and whito, ihero being ;i preference, as ;v rule, for wniuuils on which the two colours aro about evenly divided. Theso colour* aro noW»r Mended, luit alu'ay.-; sharply defined. Tim rows aro lively, and bavo plenty of nervous energy, which is so cssentia.1 a characteristic in any dairy breed. but unlike tho highly-developed Jersey, i 11 < y are ...

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Quambatook Grain Shed. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

^ Quambatook Grain Shed. The annual meeting of share holders of the Quambatook Gram Shed was held at the Mechanics' . Institute on Saturday afternoon, Mr C. Coote presiding. There were also present Messrs. S. Cameron, M. Ritehu, J. Parker, Jas. Ryan, M. Ellis, C. Shasv, J. Camaron and E. Suttie (sec.). The balance-sheet showed re ceipts to be £11 5s 9d and expen- . diture £715s 7d ; arrears of calls £115s, leaving a credit of ±o 5s 2d. After ^sundry accounts had been passed for payment, the balance was reduced to £1 ds lid. On the motion of Messrs Shaw and Ryan, the balance-sheet was received arid adopted. The old members of committee were re-elected, viz., Messrs. C. Coote (chairman), S. Cameron, C. Shaw, J. B. Mann, E. Keating, J. Parker and Jas. Ryan, and Mr Suttie was re-appointcd secre'.ary. It was resolved, on the motion of Messrs S. Cameron and J. 1 Parker, that the secratary be in- • structed to send final notices to those shareholders who have not paid up their calls, such ...

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BURBLESS TREFOIL. A PLANT OF GREAT VALUE TO GRAZIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

BURBLESS TREFOIL. A I'JjANT OP GKISAT VAI,U15 TO , CMtAZIJiKS. . ' : .J-tt'o species of plant kuowii.in oonnuon English as Medicks,. or iiMiro scientific ally, as bclongiug to tho. genus iUcdic ago, should appeal to .-Australian gra ziers (says an article in "Dnlgoty's JU view. ') Tho iiaino of tho plant ia said io li) derived from tlio' word"Mo dtke," tl»o uamo given by tho Grecian heientist Diuuo rides,to a grass obtuine I by htm from Media* The term, how over, oonveys but little to the average Australian; but when lie is .informed that lucerne is one of its spccies—that plant being known botaiiiealJy as iWedi wigo sativat—that trifolium, or clover, is nnothor. and that thero are. .about forty other *UKcfiil .fodder plants bear ing tho Kamo generic title, ho will at onco grant that tho. world of agricuJ tuio owes a very largo debt indeed to tho, genus Mcdieago. None of th<sy' forty odd species aro Australian native, bu^ajtuuibcr. aLthem. haroy been" iiitro diH cxi—oilJi...

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Sheep Dip Association. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

Sheep Dip Association. The annual meeting of the Quambatook South Shesp Dip Association was helu in th? Me chanics' Institute on Ihursday afternoon, when there were present : — Mr John Ooughlan (President) in tlie chair, Messrs J. Holland, D. Gardiner, J. King, R Moore, J. Schlitz, M. Forres ter Doyle. R. Fleming, G. Shaw and H. Griffiths (secretary.) The balance-sheet showed a credit of £53 5s 7d, and same was received and adopted on the mo tion of the President and Mr Schlitz. The President announced that it was the usual custom to vote a bonus to the secretary, and he moved that the amount be £3 3s-. Mr Moore seconded and the motion was unanimously carried. The secretary reported that a few repairs were needed at the dip: Some of the fencing had been pulled down in order to get at the pump. It was resolved that a prosecu tion follow the identity of the offender, and that the local con stable be informed of the dam mit was elicited that 13,113 sheep we're dipped during the season....

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CATCH CROPS—THEIR VALUE AND ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Quambatook Times — 1 April 1914

CATCH CROPS—THEIR VALUE AND ADVANTAGES. along with Jftving, about G lb red A.'*-. - .A t.Vm-nat« . A "calch, ' «i|- "hUilon'' ciop is one that ls ^rowii beuvoen tho regular an* mul crops 01 iho ioiaLu>n, ,nui wiuch is nob coii.-»idercu tiiy mam wop of the year. i'lio oaiol crop ui' tlm year oc cupies tho giouiid dining tim .lUwmor moiiuj.i, ivinlo too "eaten" or "inter polated'^ crop has ii.-i acuvu period of growth iu iiio autumn, anu perhaps «i.m> in tlio spring. J u in;,i kci, gard ening, iho practice oi glowing interpo ciops ib (piito eoniaum, but in oidwary agr.eitiuiru it i>> restricted in coal and temperate <:1.leaves, and iu only extouMVoly practiced in watm countries ■siiiii as Italy, wjiui'c niimeioUs second* aiy in op» aro .succi.a-.-u iiUy grown alter iho UiUiiiiiry o^rn nai ve.ii/. in Urcat iiniain the practice is most widely fol lowed in lIiv Southern parts of Eng land, wuere the tviniiih arc short, tho auiuinnb iniiu, and tho spring oarJy. X11 t...

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