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Notes on Florence. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

? , Motes on Florence. (Jiil Joint Stuart Jlfaeraig in Orfatn Times.) FiiOKHKOK elaims to bo thelflowor oE cities: boasts of its archilocfui.il splondoiir and its ttcadomical and artistic famo. As the contio of tho ronnaissanco, it is entitled to veiy high praiso. Tho poet Danto, tho architect and sculptor Mich.iol Angolo, the paintor Raphael, ' and tho sciontist Galilleo covor 'Rloronco with '? undying famo. A pilgi imago to this Athens of Italy is a woll-s] ont wintor holiday. Its won derful cathedral , began in 1298 and which is not yot finished (at which masons aro busy at this moment finishing, and will tako vcars vott : its dome* has a greater diameter than that of St. Pbtor'svlat 'Koine. Michael Angolo boasted ho ?' would hang tho umivollcd dome of: St. Potor's ?' ' ' in tho air. But it was tho bold stiuctuio of tho dome of tho Ploronco Cathedral that enabled r him to do so. It is well known that ho gave his days and his nights beforo ho wont to Homo in ^ '_ studying tho wond...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Original Correspondence. Local Option. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SHOALHAVEN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

Oraffiiml Correspondence. liocnl Option. TO 'I'll!-: KD1TOH Ol' TlIK tmtlALIIAVKM TKt.unii.iim. Snt, — Thoro aro many amongst us who aro pprsuadod that if wo nro to omanoipato our l'ollowmon from tho slavery of a dopravod appo tito, and froo our country from the curso of drink, it must bo by tho aid of logistativo woapons. Many tomporanco organizations havo dono much: thousands havo bonn vniuml In. flimV influouco, but tho ovil is too doop rootod, and wo havo long noralod a law to mako itoasyfortho individual to do right nnd not to do wrong. Evoryman has porfoct liberty to follow his own inclinations nnd to employ his timo nnd capital in any way ho ploasos, always provided ho does not violnto tho laws of his country and afTect tho wolfaro of his follows. This indicates tho limit to individual liberty, 'and thoro can bo no difficulty in-showing that tho indiscriminate salo of intoxicants docs mtorforo with tho rights of othors, and is opposed to our host intorosts. Thoro is no connoc...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

DISTRICT SJEWS. [l-nOM OUR C0MIESPONDENT.1 Caiubcwarrn. The Good Tomplars aro progressing slowly, augmenting their numbers, and rendering much sorvico to the social welfaro of tho place. At their last moeting tho olootion of officebearers was gone through, resulting in a fow changes, and it is boliovcd that the harmony of past mootings ?will bo sustained with tho now commanders. Tho officers elected aro to bo installed noxt night of mooting. Wednosday ovoning the School of Arts Society hold its annual meeting. Roports wore road from Treasurer and Secretary. Tho position of tho society under its many difficulties is very fair and tho debt gradually boing lessened. Officers .wero oloctod for tho present year as follows : — Prosidont, Mr. Jnmos Fraser, J.P. ; Vicopresi dent, W. H. Noakos ; Troasurer, S. Matthews ; Secretary. H. Shepherd ; Committee, Mossrs. Jamos Waddiugton, J.P., K. M'Konzio, W. M'Grath, John Boyd, T. Shophord, D. Allen, R. M'Grogor, John Johnson, and James M'Grath. T...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Humour. CONSEQUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

ftfittffltif CONSEQUENCES.. They were always playing a insidiona game, invented by the devil or 00 ne of his followers called 'consequences.' Pre suming that the reader knows how the thing is done, we shall only detail'. what happened. Joe Smith and Missouri Brown had been sweethearts for some timo, though she never would say yes when .he asked her to marr yhim. In fact, she flirted with some of theother.fellowa in amanner totally demoralising to Joe. He, poor fellow, had stood it a good while, and ihad come to the conclusion to bring.things to a foous, so to speak, and had spoken .to his friend Tom Brown, a cousin of Missouri's, on the Bubjeot. The resnlt was, that on this par ticular evening Tom proposed the fiendish - game above alluded to. The slips of paper were prepared, passed around, written on, opened and read. The fir3t one was some-; thing after this order. ' Joe Smith and Lizzie Slmpaoa— met la a oornfield — they were playlut; iha piano— ho said, ? My darling, I love you...

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Cable Intelligence. LONDON, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

'- -, , C5lcR-Be fijS-«BjB«-C'I!J««. ? , ' (From the Siii'neu I'uiirrs. ) ; if ?; . i ,, , ; . Losuo^,' January 27. Tho conspiiacy ag.iiiist the Oovomnont di— covered in' Ireland is' 'm nro »priims tluin was nt fliat tbinight, and nioio tioopsaio umlov orders to leave for Dublin. Sir fnilurov have boon reported on this Stock ]5xehango. In ono case a firm hus failed for £'80,000. Tho ruply'of tho British Govornmont to tho, declutch of ax-Saui ctitry Dlaino, wlioroin wiii mnintaincd the solo 1'ight of the United Stalos to tho political control of tho Panama Canal, was published to-d.iy. The despatch of- Earl Gian.\illo to tho Ainoricau Poerotary points out that tho contention of Air. Blaiilo is !i oontradic , lion of the Clayton Bulwer treaty, which pro vided for tho construction of-tho canal under joint European and Amei icim gnnranloos. Eurl Granvillo .states that tho Government upholds tho treaty ontiroly, mid is not 'prepared to ro cognine'any (le']iariuro thorefi'oin as indicated...

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Sketcher. ULSTER FOLK-LORE. THE GREEDY EYE AND THE EVIL EYE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

[?] ULSTER FOLK-LORE. TUB. OBEUDY BTB AND THE EVIL EYE. Tin-) culliictor of folk-loro in Ulster finds maDy nut'nrJtliionB broushfc from Scotland by the settlors, u.i well no legends nnd fancied pootillav to the Iriah jiopuUtioa. Tho hfcior connlat principally of fairy toUo p.nd ghoat at'irios, muny of them very poetic il nnd graceful j nnd tb« furmor chially of supornU tionn rpRiinUng Rood nnd hn\ luok, Mid ta'rn o( wilclicr*ft, which aro morn weird than But «n tho two roses have ralnglad in t-io ooumo of fclireo' oenturloo, «o thoir folk-lore hao lost iomothlhg of Ito dintlnot chnrnctcr iatlca, thoueh preserving Micro, in tho main. Thu» Iho Prenbyteri»u will ooiuotlmen tell of his adventure with tho fairies, nnd tbo Roman Catholic will assure you that the butter hns been apliltiid out of his ohurn by » ' wltoh-wifo.' Moat old and mlddle-agnd poople of tho cottier class In Ulster havo attorn; ideas on tho subject of luck. To entor a house whera churning is In progress without washin...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 2 February 1882

SYDJIfEY. ? w [FROM OUlt COnHESrOXDEHT.] Mr. ALBEiutAN O'Connor, M.L.A., has again apponrod rathor prominently upon tho arona of public challongo. He was summoned to appoar beforo tho Contral Polico Court Bench upon tho chargo of failing to keep his promisos clean, and he was moreover charged with having SO lambs upon hia promisos with tho intention of slaughtering them within tho city. Whon tho case was called thoro was, ns is usual whon tho verbose Uan is aotonuant, no prosecution. Th o Magistrates commented very sovoroly upon tho conduct of tho Town Hall officials in failing to prosecute, nnd his Worship tho Mayor was severely blamod not only by tho Magistrates, butbytho pross and the public. Mr. Frank Senior, J.P., who was tho Bonoh at tho timo waited upon tho Acting Colonial Secretary, Sir John Robertson, and represented tho caso to him but it is gonorally understood that ho rocoived littlo or no satisfaction. Tho citizens of Sydnoy havo, therefore, boon given to undoistand thn...

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Poetry. THE YESTERDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

fftttfVi THE YESTERDAYS. I take: yonr Rifts, oh ynaternaya, And Bain from nil nnfriondly oyoa I got thorn ono by ouo nway, Soonro from olmngo or sore onrprlao. I take yonr gifts, glad yofltorclayB ! And when I tnta from work to play, From core to rest, they'll niakn me joy, And tnulio my heart its holiday. 'Jl tako yonr gifts, end yesterdays — Tlio botior ileoda I might have doao, Thn tears I might have wiped away, Tho higher heights I might have won. You show, oh toarful yoaterdaye, How poor my life's most perfoot part ; Yon tear the orownjof prido away, And give inataad the pitying heart, I eee tbo wavo of (sammor woode, I hear Iho lapaa of far-oil streams, Tho murmur of tho honoyed pines Buns Bwoot and low along my droamf. And ntill a tender heart onfolda A faded faoo, a hauntiun tone— Tho lingering fragranos of a joy Ouo yesterday mode all its own. I tnka yonr Rifts, rich yoatordaya 1 Henooforth may no noul oall mo poor ; l'onuno may strip her guards away, The wealth of all the ...

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Shoalhaven Mails' Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

Sltunlhnvcu Malls' Vlmc 1'nl»le. t7i''i\7Mi-mV«1i- .. . T. W r. l'.l S. Sim. n in. \rriM- yinmiiiHi . .In .lo ilo Jo ill .lo 3 IW nm IliuiPiuItim-. ilo do do -lo Ip -lu ??'«''? KniiMininVIv ilo ilo lo do ilu iio (I n in Camluroiuin. ilo do do do ili- do i n u in. Nowm ? lo do do do do do llolim. LcatoNonni ? do do do do do lOn.m Buniliiy. I\-«- tori »» Ton,™-n! ' .. do do do do do 1 n in. ' ,. 1 SO ' ., I ?Wiuidimilliui. do do do do do 2 p.m. ,. SM- » Omtolii ? do do do do do 4 p.m. .. «'0 ., YnttoynlUili.. do do do do do ftp.ni. . „ T.30 „ MilUiii ? do do do do do l)iun. „ Si ., Ullndiilla .... doldo do d( di 7 p.m. ?? 10 ?? f-wiMi Ullndulln ? 8n M T. -ft T I'm. ].»»?'?? imoMillon ? do do do do do do ....'10 „ YiilloiiiUiili.. do do do do do do II.IB „ Conjoin ? do do do do do do 7 „ Wuiuuuiiiliin. do do do do do do !UB „ ^'aiiEiSifcKSn1 I!' ;!.;!o ;; Kini'moVll}-, do do do do -ln do 7 ,. llnnoiiBiiny.: ']' 'j' l!' '' l' t !\'?- ' Vlin«n'ft ? do do do do do do 11.1.» „ Aniro Mois V...

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To Make and Maintain a Lawn. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

? ? To Mulic ma-a 'AB»E0i-nini a No'iHixi. giv-l- n giosiLm1 I'lmrin lo u country homo than a nioo lnwn. Its soft groon is n doliffhlfnl reliof from tho bright glow of tho sun and 1he roilocloil light oC the summer kios. To secure it rpquirics considerable pains nt tho outset, and constant painstaking flinvnaftor. but tho owner will bo amply ro wardod for his labour and trouble. ' Tho preparation ot tho soil must bo thorough, as it is tho vory basis succoss. If thoro bo a good natural ^ubsoil, with a covering of loam, tbis'part of tho work will 11OVO UUUlNlUlltlVUIJ --*lOJ , UUU kk~ ...J *u «.«-?- I tho caso in'nowly improved grounds, thero is only-tho bnro clay to begin with, or if tho subsoil, bo loacby gravel, tho task oE pre liminary preparation is not light. 'Suppose Iho plat to bo a bald pioco of | clay from which, in tho grading, every vos tig'o of Iho superficial soil has boon romoved. If beds of rich loam aro at Hand and avail able, tho loam, may bo carted upon tho plat i.«...

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FOR THE FARMER. The Co-operative Butter Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

W®-U TBS)S FABISSMS. TJic Co-ojper:iilivc E2nite.a- Cenatjtimy. Ouji readers aro no doubt familiar with tho Dairy Farmers' Company, who°o pricn list appears iu our commercial column from timo to time. Thoso of thorn who romoinbor the news paper inauguration of tho subject, will also roiriembor tho tronohant lottors of ' Dairyman,'' who may almobt bo said to bo ihe author of the projoct, not of coivwo disc.ii ding tho practical work of tho Coast A. & 11. Associations. Thoro aro dairymen who still stand aloof from tho Com pany, and in a lottor to Iho Kiamn Independent of January .'Hst 'Dairyman' on the aubjoct of tho company and its supporters, has tbo follow ing logical paso.igo, which dairymen and store keepers will do woll to weigh and consider : — * ?* * Notwithstanding tbo largely iucroasod roturns they got, for whioh thoy are wholly and solely indebted to tho company, thoro aro some doirymon who havo uovor yot given in thoir adhesion to the Company, while thoio aro othoi...

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Regimental dogs in the French Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

EScg'iixiiintal dogs Sis tlia Fi'cncla Army. A French paper has been lifting up its voice in favour of a very humble yet inter esting sention of the military establishment — regimontal dogs (says the Daily News). Formerly almost every battalion or cavalry, squadron of tho French army had its pot dog, an animal who belonged to nobody in particular, but who contrived to servo his many masters with fidelity and zeal. Ho was free of tho barrack rooms ; h'e'dined off the soldier's leavings ; ho barbourod a pro per proiudico against civilians, and barked at them ; but ho wagged his tail in ; a friendly way to every man wearing red trousers. When the battalion marched out tho dog marched out, too, stepping decorously by tho drum major's side, with his tail curled, and disdaining the greetings of othor dogs who might bo anxious to salute him in tho stroots. Some of these dogs acquired renown in war. There was Pistache, tho dog of tho 2nd Battalion of the 3rd Chasseurs, who got wounded scamp...

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NEW STORY ABOUT GENERAL GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

NEW STORY ABOUT GENERAL GRANT. It has just leaked, out that while General Grant was travelling in Asia ho expressed a desiro to get a shot at a lion. Not wish- , ing to expoio him to any danger, the natives secured a Btuffed liou, set it up in' a juugle, and then took the illustrious traveller out for a hunt. 'Whisn tho boast was sighted tho Goneral was all excite ment, and crawling up to a favourable position began to bl izo away at the animal, with no perceptible effect. After firing about twenty Bhot3 he began to get mad. for a regular siege, bearing his wrath when ho discovered tho sell, the attendants endeavoured to induce him to givo up the attempt to kill tho beast, telling him it bore a charmed life, and th.it ho could not possibly injure it. Ho told thorn to go to thunder, ihat ho was a'ter blood, and was going to havo it. After a vaia f usilado of half un hour he aroso to bis feob, gnashing his teeth with ragn, throw hiB BUBpendor3 off his shoulders, rolled up his sleeves,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

T6-Monnow the ratepayers of the several municipalities within tho Police District of Shoalhavon will be required to exercise their ?vote as to tho limiting of tho number of public-houses in tho municipality, i.e., tho increase of licenses, or .removal of such to totter or worse houses, during tho next .three years. We shall not wait hero to givo our views as to the inexpediency of relegat ing to tho popular will what is clearly part of the functions of the Executive, or of some machinery of government subject to its con trol, but shall content ourselves with observ ing with Mr. AV. Forstor, that if tho old Aot, or indeed the new one, wns faithfully administered by the Government — and by that wo include all authority under tho Executive — there would be no necessity for consulting the popular will by 'local option ' ballots. But with the populace, as with tho individual, the smallest personal favour of this kind is taken to kindly: vox populi vox dci, and this tertium quid, the comp...

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The Clergy and the Land League. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

'' Tlie Clergy and the Land league. Tim following protest by Canon Dennohy, a ' Eoman Catholic pastor, against some of the doings of tho Land Leaguers, appears iu tho Dublin's Freeman 's Journal : ' To the Editor of the Frcttnan. ' Dear Sir, — Kindly allow me to supplo ? ' mont some remarks which appeared in your ' 'journal on a scene which took place in Kan ?turk Catholic church a short timo ago. I thought it my duty to object to tho intro duction of the Children's Land League to . 'this parish. I had in my possession at the timo I spolce the subjoined alphabet, which I hnd reason to know wns put in tho hands of tho onrolled : — - 1 A is tho ni my that covers tho ground ; IS 13 tllO DU0K8UOli WO IU gulling iiu.iuuu™ i C is tho crowbar of cruollost fame; D is our Davitt, a right glorious namo ; E is tho English wbo'vo'robbed us ot mend; P is tbo famine thoy'vo loft U3 instead ; G is for Gladstono, whoso lifo is a lio ; II is tho hnrvosfc wo'll hold or wo'lldio ; I is Iho inspector, ...

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Bunour. MR. SPARKS, OF YREKA. HIS EXCITING SEARCH FOR A SAN FRANCISCO BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

[?] MB, SPARKS, OF YBEKA. His ExcreiNQ Search fob a San Francisco Bride. Me. Sparks, of Yreka, U the brothorin law of the Democratic ox-Govornor ''of California, but as he dawned upon the hotel runners at tho Murket.streot wharf, ho seemed to be moro closely related to a hayBtack than to the oxecutive. He was in appearance a conventional grander of the old school, with hayseed iu his beard and the legs of his trowsors tucked into his boots. Ho had a haggard look, and kot)t 11s hands continually in his packets, for he had mortgnged his farm for 800Iols. nnd come to San JTraneisco to take unto himself a wife, nnd wub in mortal four lest some sharper ehould spring somo city fraud upon him. Ho put np at n third-class hotel and 'calo'lated he'd range 'round a bit and tike pints on feminine beauty.' 'Old Crisis Hopkins' happened along about that time, merrily chnnting hig ' Eight thiB way, gentlemen. Matrimonial papor 1 Large list of ladies in the present number. Alliances expeditiously a...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. Ulladulla A. & H. Society's Show. MILTON. Wednesday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

Special Telegraphic Intelligence. Uliadiilla A. & IS. Society'* Show. |]?1!OM OUU COIUVESI'ONDEKT.1 MILTON. Wednesday, 7 p.m. Tho Show to-day was vory succossful, the day being- cool and comfortable Tho prizo-winnors aro : — Best draught horse, D. Warden ; socond do., J. 7/itlta. l)ratighfc innro, W. Bixon second prizo. Yoarliug draught (illy, A. Cork huconil prizo. Coaching nuiro, A. Miller ; second do., W. Chnpinnn. Yearling conch ing stnUiou, (J. c I'ondor. Two-yonr-old couching filly, ]?. M'Mahon; socontl do., 0. Lano. Blond mare, R Kondall ; socond do., J. Evans. Two-yonr-old blootl filly, J. Evans; second- do., J. Potty. Yearling .blooa filly, . II. Hurt.- JJuko ot Clovo laml colt,' J. Knapp ; do., lilly, E. Kondnll. Clinker foal, J. Latta ; socond do., C.' JJoattic. Shorthorn bull, I?. AI'Mahon. Shorthorn cow, W. Chapmnn; second, J. Millor. Shorthorn yearling bull, P. M'Mahon. Shorthorn two yon.r-ol(l hoifor, F. M'Mohon. Yonrling hoifor, W. Wilford. Bull calf, W. Wilf...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A Review of Mr. Herbert Spencer's "Theory of the Will." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

BHISCiaHiliAWKOUS. A fficvicw «f Mr. «a«rtoert .Sjtenfcv's 'Theory of the IVill.' At tho December mooting of the Victorian Philosophical Institute of England, which took plnco at its house, 7, Adolplii Torraco, London, tho Socrotary, Captain F. Potrie, announcod that this Society, founded to in vostigato philosophical and scientific quos tions, ospecially thoso said to mitigate tho truth of Eovoliition— hnd onrollpd .1 22 mom linvs fliivinn- t.bn venr. of which 53 WOl'O resident in America and the Colonies, tho total number of its members boing now G'10 ; it was further stated that this year many of its American members had combinod and founded tho ' Amorican Institute of Chris tian Philosophy,' a Society to carry out the same objocts and organisation in Amoricaj and for that purposo'-it had Wopted tho samo objects and wholo fgcherabnbut that while taking this stop its founders had decided to Keep up Liioir liuuvJumiL uuiiiiuunuu ^- il.i uuu Instituta iu England. After this a paper ...

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miscellaneous. A ROMANCE OF THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 9 February 1882

^imlUntxm. A ROMANCE OF THE WEST. (From tho Detroit Free Press.) On dm 20th of 9optt-mb!r, 1865, jaet pii incn ycavn iigii, J.-itnve Bixt-r lull 8!on«i OJiinty, wiMi hi:i wifo, intrtidiniz to ninis'ato co L-viiijiftna. Sorao plno« aloiiR thu bur.ior hn Ml in with a mnn who pavo his name iih Igimo Young, und who obtained ;inrmiBBii)n to join tbo Bixtom, nn ho olaimed to bi- traviillitiK in tbe samo dirontion they woro going. Yonngwns abont 30, vary plansihlo, and qnioklv inRrathtod biniBolf in tbo Rood uraoos of Baxter and bin wife. Ho oonfliloil to his oonipnnions ovorylhing regarding his finnnoial roBourooB and futnro planB, nnd Baxter, in rotnrn, raaflo n nimilnrvcvolalion. Among othor tilings ho informed tbo young man thut bo had sold his fsrm for 200l)dolB., aud thut ho curried tho money, in 20.lol. gold pifoos, in a bolt strapped around bio w.tist. Si-mo time nfler this tho emiBrnntu onmpod one night at a point botwtwi Dyke's MiU, Ijr., nnd fllagnolia, arif. auu i-poi eolcoied ...

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