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THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXXIII. Plain Words. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. By FRED M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Mel'b. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXXIII. Plain Words. Giiray's face flushed a dull red. vlt \vas 110 easy task he saw before him, and he braced himself for the ordeal. In the ordinary way he would not have cared, but then this slip of a girl knew too much. He had had it from her own lips that she had heard most of the conspiracy whereby Geof frey Herepath had been deprived of the most precious possession a man can have. = How far was she prepared to go? What sacrifice would she make to save her father? If only Gilray could - find this out the path would be easier for him. He had expected tears, and would have known how to deal with them. He had hoped Enid would make an appeal to him, in which case he couid have dictated terms. But lie saw no suggestion of tears in her eves, 110 desire to throw herself on, his mercy. "I- am afraid I don't quite under stand yotf," he...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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WHEN YOU GO INTO TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

WHEN YOU GO INTO TOWN. (By Llewellyn J. Williams.) When you go into town for supplies Do you always take Mandy along? Your little worn wife, with the dull tired eyes, - • Who sees little of laughter or song. Do you buy all the things she needs— They are paltry and poor at the best; Do you grumble and frown as she argues or pleads, Do you growl—or agree with a jest? When you go into town for supplies Your tobacco you never forget; That's the first thing of all that your money e'er buys, . While you ne'er have a pang of re gret: Do you ever take Mandy with kindly Intent , To the fountain to buy her a pop? Does it do your heart good as she smiles in content As she drinks to the last tasty drop? When you go into town for supplies, If you haven't e'er done it before. Just take her along for a happy sur prise And turn her loose once in the store. You will bring a great joy to her" heart, If she shares in the money's that ' spent It's but right she should have a good ' part, For she's slav...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., Nov. 5 [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

MARKET TRAIN FOSTER TO LEONGATHA. Next Date, Thurs., Nov. 5 Up A.M. Foster (dep.) 9 Hod ill o Range 9.19 Fish Creole 9.20 Boys 9.34 Buffalo 9.40 Stony Creek 9.49 Meeniyan 9.54 Tar win 10 Koonwarra 10.8 Lcongatha (arr.) ... 10.30 Tho Germans admit tho superi ority of tho French artillery. The Gormans aro croatinK havoc at tho coal mines in north-east France. The now Cool Stores in Town provide accommodation for 90,000 cases of fruit. Tho Russians havo captured two German vessels laden with cereals n the Black Sea. Poultry raisers hail with delight tho proposal to fix tho prices of bran and pollard. Tho State Parliamentary sossion should close on Friday, or at the latest on Tuesday. It is anticipated that tho State Parliamentary polling-day will be 23rd or 25th November.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

lu'F '0 " W\7 (f?) '] Ifi® (t?,n v v NsJ* , il V!s.~ V,/.! p i ?;• *C 1( il il il ell |p/ j p) S the World's Nightcap. Buy Whole Bottles. PROFESSIONAL j NURSES i USE ! -TotlC | I THEY DECLARE IT TO BE THE ! ONE MEDICINE THAT GIVES i NEW VITALITY AND LI EE. j 9 Dudlev Street, j ■' ' I'cilh. 2-\ ^ 1J. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. ! "As a iiurrc I have seen ;| Clements Ton cio so much good !j amongst ray paGuiis, it is my \ duly to stale Ihcsa facts. ! have |i prescribed it cf!c-n r.nd in every • case it soo'.hcs I.::o patient, it ! (rives refren!!!)! . r'ce >, crcates a | desire for !....- i'l HELPS ! THE I-'OOb TO UiGiiST. The patients oecor.K: bright and cheerful after its use. As a j health restorer i Clements Tonic HAS KG EQUAL. j NURSE LINNDE3ERG." | Tlie Kov. J.! IOSIvING, D.D., Minis- j Iff ■»( the Cc>n;'r'ya!io:ul Minion Church, j j i-il/rov. Mclboui'iH', wnl-i:— ; " I jufferedfroni Kci'vous Prostrn- i (ion, Insomnia, and Nervous Head- ' aches. One bottle A CLEMENTS ; TONtC put m...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

GIPPSLAND CO-OPER ATIVE j SELLING CO.'S REPORT. | Buttor—Choicest la, choice 11/7(1 tn ll%d, good lo prima lid to separators and dairies lOHd to lid. Cheese—Primo now loaf and medium sizes 6d, semi matured 8d to 9d, matured lOjXd. Eggs — Ordinary and private lines at 9/ld, spociuJy 9%d. a fow small lots of new laid to lOd. Bacon— Light sides lOd to lO^d, medium weichts 9Hdi heavies S/'id, middles lid, jackets 9d to 9>id.; Whoat—4s 9d. Oats—3s 6d is obtained for primo milling, food 3s 5s. Maize—-4s a bushel for primo flat rod. Chaff—£(] 7s Gd, ordinary good lines at £5 17s 6d to £6 a ton. Onions—Primo samples at £11 to £115s. Potatoes —Carmans £5 15b, and Suowflakee at £5 5b to £5 10b. j The Rome " Tribuna " contrasts King George's silence with his loquacious Imperial onemy, who fills tho world with words." German troops at Metz are suffering from dysentery, inflam mation of the lungs, and typhus.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

FARMS for LEASE and SALE. HIE coming Dairying Centre, A. handy to Brisbane and all modern conveniences. Carry a cow to the acre :-ll the year rcund. Per manent running stream*; temperate < climate; equable rainfall. No bracken i fern : no busli lire;. Good train and i road service. Liberal terms to suit clients. Also fruit and pineapple farms. I invite correspondence. ""Alex. S. Douglas, COOROY, N.C. Line, Queensland. Wiiy pay S per cent F CAN Ion J you pk'ntyat 4 A por cent. ^ ;it :i most rei^<n;ible cost. I lend nn SECONI) MOUTGAGK rui.l inu'iv^ liulcr Wills. All cHmiuiiiHv.uuns st ricMy :i»p livlont iiil. DAWSON SMITH, Meti-opole Aro.'ulc, 377 BourUu-.st., MELBOURNE IMPORTANT TO Farmers of Gippsland and District. LYALL AND SON, Cash Chaff, Grain & Flour Stores SEED & OAT MERCHANTS, VICTORIA MARKETS, MELBOURNE o S'lour, Flour, Flow—Hest roller Town and Oats for li.i*l.v Suwiii;; Country brantls. Green Ktnfl. ,Vc. Bran, llntn Pullaid, Pollard \...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Mining Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

Mining Meeting. On Wednesday cvfi.inK. the 11th | !nst., a mooting of the i.'.ihleholders in the Foster Fs'o.siceM-ts .ir<! Pe vi lojnnenUii Syndic;1.1.'- was neld ir. the Mechanics' iia!l to- tlie purpose oi" receiving ttie li.iiattee sheet in con nection witli the operations of 'the syndicate during tin? time of its • formation and also to deal with err- ! tain motions given at previous mivi ings. There was a fair .".'.tendance, in cluding the following:—Messrs it. W. riantiey (chair), K \V". Kvery, R. ]!. McLennan, 1). V,*. V.'itton, Win. Crawford, Jeffery, Ij. Williamson, J. Baker, C. Crawford, B. Clavarino, .1. 1 Andersen. i!. Gates, I'. Devoney, K. I Kdwardn an 1 the secretary (A. K. DicksOIl ). The minute:; of tile previous nieet inK v.'ere confirmed. Oorerspondence was received from Mr. Tlios. Livingston, M L.A., i:i re [ ference to tlie installine, of ;i Govern Iment battery, statin::; ilia! he would I do his utmost in tiie matte;-. A ' letter was also recehcd f!...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Off to the War. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

j Off to Liie Wtif. I Trior to his tlejKiit n re for the limad meadows training ground, Mr , A. M. Ca'laghan, of tiic Toora branch | of the Jj:ltik of Victoria, who has en , listed for active service, was fare j welled by a number or his friends at. ! the Royal Standard llo id, -Mr l'\ \V. ( Lawrence tilling the chair for the i occasion. At his re pieM the loyal I toast was honored, al>.o that ot Mr I Callughan. Referring to I hi' depar ture of their townsman tho chairman said they were .sorry indeed to lose Mr Callaghan, who, although not very long aino.^st them, was a popular j young fellow, ju>t beginning 10 make himself a useful citizen. -lie was I possessed of a patiiotie spirit and | anxnus to g.-;t to this front. lie (the speaker) was sorry tlit; o! her local volunteers hail left so unexpectedly as lie would like to have seen tl'c-in fareweilcd, as ewrv man goinj; to the front was saenfiieinj; u lor for a good and noble cause. if tin; sesond force com) rised men of Mr C...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Church Services. SUNDAY, OCT. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

Church Sorvicon. Sunday, Oct. 'j">. MhTHomsT Um.'ueii —Foster 11 mvl j 7.Jill, K. «tcr N..rtli 2 lirt, Wimmrrn 11. j HoiiilV UiviMio 2 ..'SO. Too™ district — j Tivi'.i 7 Wnnrurr i 2.110, iSilcock's 11 i Tip Minrs '.'."'0, P>.>w.!n 2 I'd. j I'ltK.si'.vTr.uias CniMioii — Tnnni 11, j H n'_'inw:ini 2, Wuli-lii'""' 7.HI). I Curl'..:n uK Enui.anii.- ( eo news purii- | Uraj.l,). !

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CITRUS GROWING IN ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

CITRUS GROWING IN ITALY. I The importation into the Common \x-;ii:h of large quantities of Italian and lemon■; is reason enough i'or one to be iiiv-u-sied in the con ditions; of their cultivation, and the country of their origin. Oranges and lemur;.-, uegan to bo cul tivate'.! in Italy at t:..- beginning of the sixteenth century, the plantations increased rapidly uii'i! i!i<> citrus trade • is now one of the important in dustries of souther!; Italy. As far back as the year l-i"1, a bitter orange tree is s.iid to have in-en planted in the garden of the nn.uastery of St. iiabina at Koine by ll friar named rit. Dominic, and following up the old traditions, visitors to the monastery arc shown a tree still alive in the gar den supposed to be a direct descend ant trom the first oraiue tree planted by the monk. In the autumn the Ita- . lians cover the whole of the trees with straw to protect tiiein from the .' frosts. It is said to make amost ef-. fective covering. The fruit ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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THE WONWRON RAILWAY. COUNCILLORS TO COMPRISE THE TRUST. SHORTLY TO BE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

THE W3NWR0N RAILWAY. corxciiilorss to eomvmsu thh xui'st. shortly to uk koiimed. The bill for -construction ot the l'ne from Alberton to Wonwron hav ing passed the Assembly, the Hull-' ways Department will very .soon have the work in hand, if only to provide employment. The department must wait-, for the passing of thin bill by the . Legislative Council, which has [ no option in the matter. This formality may bo gone through any day now. If the landowners on the route of the line would undertake to give the land required for it free of charge, there would bo no necessity for a Railway Construction Trust to be formed, but, as this is far from like ly, a Trust wiil have to be consti tuted compr'sing "the councillors of such ridings of the municipal dis tricts as ;tre wholly or partly includ ed in the Railway Construction Dis trict." Upon the Hoard being notified that it will have to acquire the land by purchase, an ollieer of the Board of Land and Works will visit the dis trict for th...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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ANIMAL BULLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

ANIMAL BULLIES: Many pretty -tales are told in chil dren's books regarding the kindness of animals to each other, but prob ably most of these are nothing more than the products of' the imagination, for there is very little kindness in the animal world when one of their'num ber'is sick. AVild birds and animals give no quarter .to a weak or sickly comrade. This fact probably accounts for the mystery of never seeing a dead wild bird or animal, for immediately one falls sick it is done to death, and bur ied, no one knows where. The weakling dragging after a herd or flock is quickly put out of its mis ery, not for humane reasons, but for fear of the latter being revealed to a common foe. Nor are tame animals and birds less guilty in this respect. Hoaltiiy birds in an avltiry will bully an ailing bird Kiuuuctuliy. A sickly hen in a poultry yard has a miserable time, and even cats which have been brought up together will "round on" one of their number if it falls sick. Lovers of pets shoul...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

SMOKE DRIFT. The combined armies of Sorvia j and Montenegro have inflicted ! another defeat upon .Austria. | Extensive storage 1 <10111 at the i new Cool Stores should be much j appreciated by fruit-growers. ' Germany could easily j.ut info ; the field another 5,000,000 men, if; she had the equipment for them. Of the two vessels co-up. rutins: with the Etnden, the British have ' sunk one and captured the other. . Very little change in the battle: front. On the whole the Anglo-; French forces are making head-1 way. The State Cabinet, is consider-! ing a proposal to make advances ! to exporters of small lots of; fruit. i Many farmers require up to !H)0 ! bushels of wheat for seed. Under; the Act only 100 bushels mav bo i held. A smail-caiibre high-power rifle : bullet will strike as hard as a ton . weight travelling at a slow speed. The German gunboat. Comet j (946 tons, four 3.4-in guns) seized by the Australian troops at New ■ Guinea. ' Sydney patriotic collections; total...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

YOUR Special Attention is directed to SPRING AND SUMMER B3ous@s. Bi©yses. BLOUSES. NOW SHOWING. THIS SPLENDID ASSORTMENT consists only of the Most Fashionable Designs and Matm-ials. DON'T WAIT TILL TO-MORROW- SHOP TO-DAY AT I 5 Summer is SO ARE OUR Dress Muslins, Prints, Zeyphers, Etc. "We have also a varied assortment of OVERLACE & FANQY DRESS NET. THIS is the TfME to BUY and OUR STORE is the PLACE to BUY. 9 GENERAL MERCHANTS, Stanley-street, TOOR.A. ■ THE FOSTER BAKERY, WHITE BREAD, BROWN BREAD AN'I) WHOLESOME BREAD Mny be obtuiiiuil nt MAIN-ST., FOSTER. DON'T )1K SCARED WITH ISDI 0KSTION, lU.'T HI'V ill It APPETISING BREAD wliic-h 1i;ih 11. luny-.stimdiiig irptimlioii. BANQUETS, DANCES, WEDDING AND PICNIC PARTIES CATERED FOR. An iinHnii'cd sii|i|ily of Ci'iifrctmner and .Soft. l)i inks on lnunl. Fruit and Vegetables Frusli tn iinml cviMy weoli. A Revolution in Ma= chine Milking. OUR RUBBEBLESS EvHLKEB, (the Latest Invention). the 15aiit 1 v A M-(! I LL1E>s I'at EM1 is ...

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JOURNALISTIC GIANT. He Controls 534 Dallies. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

JOURNALISTIC GIANT. He Controls 534 Dallies. i While tho man who "runs" ten or i fifteen dally newspapers limy bo re | garded as more or loss of a Colossus, | lie is a pigmy compared with the geni us who manages and controls S3 I stan ; dard size morning newspapers (re marks a London contemporary). Few readers are aware that such a man exists. Yet he is to bo found very much alive in the person of Louis Hammerling, a naturalised American who lias long been looked upon in his adopted country as the greatest news paper proprietor who has ever lived. Mr. Hammerling, who is under -in ! years of age, is the president of what : is Known as tho Association of For eign Newspapers, a corporation found ed for the purpose of providing Ameri can immigrants with daily newspapers in the different, languages with which they are familiar. How many lan guages these newspapers include it would be difficult, to say, but if is a fact that ninety-nine hundredths of the foreigners who go to the United St...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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GIRL KILLS TEN COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

GIRL KILLS TEN COWS. An extraordinary case was tried :u the Montgomeryshire Assizes last month. A servant girl, aged sixteen years, was charged with killing eight in11U>11 cows and two heifers at the farm where she was employed, near Welshpool, also with maiming a hei fer and setting fire to a barn. The prosecutor, on behalf of the po lice, said that the prisoner had killed the'ten animals under circumstances which had caused great cruelty, Sine" Ik- had come to court he had seen the prison doctor, who said that from careful study of the girl since Febru ary, he came to the conclusion that menially she was perfectly sound, but she suffered from very grave moral depravity. The police had been un able to find any motive for the acts. The girl herself had told the deputy chief constable that her employers had acted with the utmost kindness towards her. The doctor said the girl was men tally sound, but he was perfectly sat isfied, from what the girl had told him, that it was a case o...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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SETTLING A DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

SETTLING A DISPUTE. A good story Is told at the expense of a certain farmer who let to a cric ket club one ol his fields; Last year he hit upon a scheme for making his field still more profitable. "Without consulting the old club, he let a por tion of the enclosure to a rival organi sation, and thus succeeded in doubling his receipts. i As was only to be expected, the field being by no means large enough for two clubs, bickerings and disputes were of frequent occurrence. Depu tations, first from one club and then from the other, waited upon the far mer, who at length grew tired of these continual complaints. • 'tft's a strange thing you can't agree," he remarked at length. '-Why don't you have a joint meeting of the two clubs and try to smooth over your little, differences?" This advice was acted upon, though the result was scarcely what the grasping farmer anticipated or desir ed. "We've had that meeting, Mr. B—," he was informed at the beginning of the present season, "and have ag...

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KING AND SENTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

KING AND SENTRY. There is a scarcity of anecdotes about the unfortunate Prince William of Albania, who has found his throne a thorny one to sit on. J3nL when bio graphers fail to find a story of the man of the moment, they either make one to lit, filched from some other prominent personage who has no fur ther use for it, or give him a story to toll himself. The one they give the Mpvet concerns a certain \ve!l-Un.>wn European sovereign he accompanied during some army manoeuvres. Ouring a stroll about, the field of operations, attended only by I'rince William, he was intensely annoyed j because one sentry failed to salute him. The sentry, of course, simply did rot know the sovereign by sight; I.'it th.e King thought that a slight w.is intended, and lie was furious, es pecially as he has the most splendid :'.nd autocratic notions of his ov.'ii im portance in the scheme of things. "Why don't you present arras?" he demanded, indignantly. The sentry stared at him calmly. "Why should I ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXXV. In the Gallery. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

CHAPTER XXXV. In the Gallery. | Herepath reached towards the house with a strange feeling upon him that he had been through all this 'be fore. He wondered -why he had half expected it to • happen. It was very absurd. of course; 'but there was no putting the sensation aside. But there was no time to waste on self-analysis. The old house was on fire, and willing hands were needed to cope with the disaster. At herepath's. call Gay came running into the gar den. "What on earth is wrong?" he de manded. "Camford is on fire," Hereftath ex plained. "A man on a horse yelled the news as he passed. Probably he is on his. way to Castleton for the engines. But hadn't we better run across and see -what we" can do?" The suggestion was so obvious that Gay made no reply except to dash across the garden in the direction of the road. The glow in the sky told ■! its own tale; indeed, it looked .as if Camford were , well alight. "I can't understand it," Gay gasp ed, as he raced along. The .last tenant w...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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CHAPTEH XXXIV. The Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 22 October 1914

chapteh' XXXIV. The Fire. Eriid had risen to her feet. Site confronted Gilray with flashing eyes. "Nov.- I can speak plainly," she said. "Dr. Gilray, you are guilty of one nr two things—either yon are a cheat ! and a liar, or you have deliberately deprived a fellow-creature of his sight. If your first verdict is true I accuse you of tampering wiih Mr. llerepath's eyes so that you could get a rivul out of the way. If you have lied to Mr. Ilercpati), your crime is only a little less repulsive, hi uny case, you gave judgment against your patient for money, and now 10 get that money you have to reverse that judgment. What shall you say to Mr. Ilerepath the next time he comes to see you if he comes at all?" "You—you think thai, lie would not he safe in my hands?" stammered 0il rav. miserably. "Would anybody he safe in your hands in your present desperate posi tion? I begin to suspect that there is nothing very wrong with Mr. Here path's sight, that you have wilfully deceived him so as to...

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