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Waist Line Is Important In The Fashion Of To-Day Effective But Skill Is Needed : Jackets And Pockets : Comfortable Shoes : Cult Of Furs [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
Waist Line .S Important In. The Fashion Of To-Day tEffective But Skill Is Needed : Jackets And Pockets : Comfortable Shoes : Cult Of Furs By "EVE" . ...-. . Wi .,,.a^st-lines are very importantati;the mino i'men especially to those'whoiare either too t;. itinior.too round: to hav.eitlien ;; , o: i The perky ,short. Jacketr 1rbpcrly' nipped ,in ;??is effectivehu??ut: the,.nip ,ping nec?BI toie'ie prop erl y.do 6nerhis is niot'difficult' sinic'tl h wensit of n Igairmeietit w is nohwioin:the iamellevelaal thie wait of the weai cit Mi e ffork ent' epochs 'it· l:hass.'bljdiie ulnderi her arlims :or roundlhei liips, ??bt: niol??t is oni its. owen'latitude.' -?lere it re quires to :be neither too tight nor too loose: Tile iffect :need?d is that ofa :a trinL iniier:curve, but niot: al:hour glass. Jackets And Coats Mlany of tle ;little jackets have poclkets, sometinies; two;, sometimes six or eight,:.but int the latter case they are merely extlerlor decoration, not practical additions to the...
TABLE TOP (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER FEATURES LTD PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
TABLE TOP, By Eden Phillpotts (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER" ' ' PUBLISHED BY FEATURES LTD., SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT Eyes weref:Ixed lupon *the strand and Toni' had in ivei~r ceaei ilito-vattch since : lid' Ilhdedi??biut Felice-: was :in the minuth fte gte g ;orgefi'dl invislible, to his riend. -Now irPanrdiiobent downl to pick tup h is!mtdag,'a-i j3the aictiojn was hissat ls' buit i:one?:;-Fio~in h ighi -sbhve; oi -s miassive rlie of its own spinnilng - :::siddel: i id descended soidn i tov,, ittdropped u?pol him. He ihafd kept i;lls eyes eserywhere save ii .:the bl-ck :a ir::d ove his, heald. .He knew Wivat had h-.hppeiled° afil fired twice. but. too late to: sae hlinselfi The hiige inseet, ldeetl- perislied, bit?t not befole 'its fanllgs were in; the :man's bt aackianld lightnilig could not hivo 0illed .lini m:quick el r.?He died as. his ancestorl. Iadii liedt. .., ,' '" Twelve liours ,haidi el-psedl siince Tonm. nd Anlgs iishad .see01 tlieir f'ilend wivhen they? seto'but to)find l1inm, and...
"U-BOAT 29" Now Showing At Ritz [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
'"U-BOAT 29" Now SIloiing At Ritz . "U-Boat 29,'! 'now Shoving at IIp.oytsRiti, takes us back to the yearl 1917, tvleii tlie subriiine menace was, at its pealk 'douring the last.::wai':.: It is a story of *" espdiotae and"ic6unter espionago, withl .Britain's' naval :base at, Sc:ip .'Flow as the balkggtrotnd.n .Iittle ttempt -:is made to liresenti instances ·o typia l Geiomani ruthless uess :iiit'ldersea warfiarle o 6rto :stir patiotic im?mulses . It ils a pilainl story of ithe coluragiie nid rbloili ceftulness of tile i 5r91esefithtitives twd;hcoinl tries oht ..ar-as Gierman subm~ioaine cfcoinininder: dOi the one 1halndnl and:a .DBritish1:-5 ival, officer alil a feniale secret service' agent on thi olier. .i ,.It reveals the worliig of tie:in telligence service of both coulitlies and how dao:iing an. d clever ,iplans lire ,fornillateid andt attemlted te:.be put inito effect, onlly to be' defeated: by. equally clever and:1 danglerous counlters by tile other, side. Conrald Velidt hasI...
THE POLICE OF N.S.W. Work Of Great Organisation [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
THE POLICE OF N.S.W. Work Of Great Organisafion Speaking b~fore the Got1hl'urni Rotary Club: AI. H.'- . W? Wreili~ati: Superintenident of: the Obillfburni Pdlide District, gave ani!tifoiniative address on the organisatioh. of;: the N.S.WV Pollce Fbree, anlid: drew, a conparisoni' with his : early d'liys ?ls pl?Lture lof· whili l:was humoiroisly draon ·~· :Withln thel mnetropolitano di?ision was ·the .: Criminial :nInvestigatidii 3ranch, Fwhich attenled to all big rirsinal inimtters'.n Counti y. areas ei'e00divided intd, three districts, of which ::Goulburn -was :one. Each' counlttry district was cil't up hinto five inspectoial .distiricts T:ii the case of Goulburn :tiere were Bega, Gohlburin, Codtmtimundra; Coomai and Yass.; ,"The system of recruiting to-day was very'different from the-old ldays. It ·was now.very 'elaborate; and all was planined with the, idea- of bring ing about:'effliciency: It started ,with the: cadet. system Which ha'd been in .orce: tdr a few years., The idea ;...
AMBIGUOUS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
AM.I'.. .;: AlUOUS ~" ·;;oi ?'?'n ri c'i:: ~.; ··f " Sollii tor Do i ou tem,~ rneo telliing m·e :that fat witness0 h'ol0 to dn?IlyfIa'cs Witniess"', Ys I ? id:t say l:o wesn fonny chap Solicitoz (t\ho hs· been trying to salmne wthinee'ss stoi y) Ve\ll WOet6 oo on something
Show Societies Play Part In War Effort [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
Show Societies' Play Part in War Effort S" AtCeiding to statenients miade at, Ithe nnillIIni colnference of tile Souitheirn ITablelalds Show So-. cietie ' Confrceice in Goulburni on Satiilurday, a mimber of the as -:s %ciatiois repi'esrited h?:"l al-e : r ldady'~ ul pte I measures desigiie?[". e to I0ssis?t1het iunitioni ii its wari -, effort : The positioi od Uie societies in.ro latton to: thie war was ,iiscussied by a O.inberra delegate, Mir. C. J.-Shakb - speare;-who said thiat some ipeople, recallilng the: dtifficult erliod:- that agrctitullural societies ? hadt.. gone thrdugh dtilng rthe last ..war -halt askedi the queston:i "Wtt iatt it ahea-l of uis?" It had.tbeen his thought -to iif'lu ence the A.C T. Association ' by plae iig: a motion on the latter's business papr, 'butihe htad later thought that it mlght be better to bring'tthie mat ter before the unioln atnd suggest, rather . than . recomtlifeil .t thiati'the workt of the societtes could, peorhapns; he better: carried ·o...
Farewell To Sister Norman [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
Farewell To Sister Norman SThe Country WVomen's.Association Rest Room looked partidularly at tractive : on: Friday. ' afterinoon-de corated?il' With: authmna foliage .and beri;ies:::.;big'!10o g fire,' added to the comnfort: and: cheery welcome. The' rodiom as ': taxed :to: find accomnmo datien.. for a'iill i-the,.: iemljers i'rid mothers a.ttefnding the Healith Centrl;e, wh0o gathered :to ::s'ay goodbye' to Sister Noimanv :who ias: beei trddns f'erred to Sidn ey ftier: speh ding five: yeais it the Goulbuirn He-Ihlth Centre. Mrs' C. " E Pill; preeldes?iat o fthoe C. \. A",welcodnied the ;isitorse'i'ndi said it gavq.her great :pleaulre,.to' -ee so many .present l:She expressed the opinion of the members, ?ni d the mbthers attending :tihe centre, when she sdaidl how ve?y?''sorry shle. was that Sister Norman :ha'd 'leen txlanisferred, and ? how: v'ery: liunchd :she w'ould: be missed for :her -many kindly actions 'and. :thoulghts: for C.W.A.: niembers and their work.: 'MIrs. -'rell was ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
YOU WON'T HAVE LUlMBASO ahere is sim le prescrip 'lihrlmagoha Doctors ot ve e teidm?iig it for , , - : Sa?l. s Asapr ? it. take a i tcury morn i Tihis slhotld ikc n?, i ahlgo a as But lumbai d" e a Iot conditioin. ; ? ie Sastedi ased n to It. y ido ge tab in ae hack, take half ': 'or. af teaspoonfiul of Kruschle.;:: In.a n ay or so the pail will: go.,'p len keep on lWiti tlhe' littlie daily -( ' se ane d"t o .'o shouldi' lie: :free,.': ::of tagii o twf?niiiatlis 1?riapS for Itr is n o iseret s aoit Kirsci r T " i't: r h'l ils 1 i-0 the liol? l. ' i; a .'l . d ' Itdee t erl dae Ii . IO·· 'enosefs~; thei~ondl·· Itil'~h ' ··,~·'.;:, l·c:' di'::i,/?. i!,:?d~?; i .' 'l:?e;d7 h ?. m- " otiioil falt :of si salts. :l'lhese: e: e the lieridi? ad kidneys active :an. a b:_:"0iloodt ie clea . Wasish tie po?o::: s ot? - oi )olr systocl. T'he 1111 goes. BR USCHE N Take Kruschen i tea or hot water. 1/6 and 2/9 at Chemists & Stores. K2,740 PGit COU HS ckc qcui -nat applicat dtbc at t always...
Southern Exhibit At R.A.S. Societies Urged To Help Wool Section [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
Southern Exhibit At SR.A.S. Societies Urged To Help Wool Section Show societies; embraced by3 the Southern -:Highlands Uniori are to be asked to 7"extend. greater support to ;.:the wool section of; *:the: ISouth Coast and T~iablelands::i :idistrict exhibit at; the 194 1I, i!Royal Show. : A t?h, re risut1 of a iesolutio? car ied": at 'the;-aniualcriferenice of bthe anion, whlch met at the Royal Hotel, Goulburni..1 a: Sdturdaty; 'each so?iety: Itll be asked 'to a.ioinolt a obbl:, calo lectbr and ,toextend:full' co-operatilon: to the o;rghiisers of the .exhibit(:. rin a -letti' ::to "the, con ference:: thde manager of the 1:940O distilet exhibit Mr:i T. :.': Kelly, :thanked all. those nmembiers wlio had dssistedMlr. H.: I. Mills to obitain such ai:ne collectiona of t::wooi for. inclusion in the R:A.S. exhibit. '.:The-S.C and S.T.' Union h'id been 'hrdi;ded 18905 lo intts, as '.gtilist 1611 :ast ye-du: Of these points.: . werec bbtaineld forthe wool an'd 17 for im pioved ticketing. Last...
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
Broiddcastig Programmes FOR TO-NI HT : 6.15: DiDlnner Slnt. 7.0i Dlinner us!c.' 7.:50: Somlething ,in" Thle Ahir; 7;.15:. ' 'Watchmin. S.O:. :lrytale Fltaitafo . S.15: 5l501)on0 n6 Sym phony Orchestra. 9.30: "News. 10.0: Use of Br'onc. 1.:IO C:nherrt 'Comoilentary. ".tI. ,13.1.C. 'Talk. 11.50: New. .0: 12.0: C:ose.: , 2BL 0.0: Sntsltial ,S vouries 0.45:. Sporting Session. .0: lsl.. D.ie: :o Tile. After Dinner Slow;. S.O: Conmmtuinity. Singing Concert. .O:Joyee GLeer (Clitan-. t). I. 15:' Actu lity Broacast. 9:10:I Nutrsery Scenes. 10.15:, A Letter froml Ciifna. 10.50: Cbose. - ,':' STATION'2GN GOULBURN 'TONIGHT 5.15: "The Smile Chl" Sesson, con dt )eted i y "Auntie'- Lolin."::0.0:" i.ISC. New.'s. 0.10: '.Dlnndr Slusic..6.50: "lHoine Ahlln." ].45: "yeo, - Wtht!" 5.0: . Screen News. "'.30:. "Bluney.' 7.45: I'Phe Newest Recordtings: .0: "Mr. andt lrs. I'lt'eryitody." 0.11: "Cosy Corner." "8,30: "lelsonoll Coluntn."' 0.40: tIFtions mlllnl Mouslic. .0: :''Cleopotrt" 9.15: Walt, Tilne. 0....
Germans Claim That They Now Occupy Half Of Holland DUTCH RULERS ARRIVE IN LONDON Furious Fighting In Progress Along Whole Front [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
Germans ~Claim That They Now Occupy Half Of Hollad DUTCH RULERS ARRIVE IN LONDON , Furious Fighting In Progress Along Whole Front LONDON, Moncay: Hitler's blitzkreig rages from North Hol land to the Ardennes in Belgium, with less intense manifestations: in other sectors, as the invaders are concentrating the full fury of attack in the northern districts to North Brabant, a province of Holland, and also the Belgian provinces of Limburg and Liege, where the British and French advance forces have linked up with the Belgian defences in an effort to stem the onslaught. The Berlin High Command claims that troops have entered the town of Liege and that the Swastika is flying over the citadel, but adds some other forts are holding out. Paris reports say that all of the Liege forts are resisting except one. Belgian circles consider that the next few hours will be the most important from a military point of view. ';,, ?LONDON, Monday: The Amsterdam"radio announced at midnight that, the. Dutch...
Heard and Seen Shake, Illustrious Brother. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
SIl ea rd and Seen Shlake Il?.lsvrl us lilroie. !."I have tried to unidersttnd modernc i? uslc--bu . filled. '--Sergel Rach usasisisoffM A Stiae Sigii i "I n'ifed a? :iiola d the pretti cashier. ,"Isilh not, looking- my Ie S "Nonsosel~e said' the mansager. ':ilt .i sii s ,idoiseise; thLe men ,r beglii'ing: to ioun't thie r chanlge Huslban's?i N te! . ·:. s Iuesz.:: (it G:. iibuin pol Cour t)" I riaiee tloucleld "e siife itn issyii1e. .. ,M. i: l t's i se :,· st: l ia tigoeOus io toucll ,'ivelI' isiti't9t ifshey IIhae a IhIlit. of rotalitling. ·? .I , " ' .
MR. R. D. SIMON Departure From Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
MR. R. D. SIMON Departure From SGoulburn 'A nuublir qf frlends of allr. R. D. Simon jet atf his home il Bourike Sttreestlist .night to hid himl farewell oi thel eve of' his (lelpartu?r Isl Earl wnood.'' The Mayoi; Ald. T: P. olanion, said that they could not let tile oppot tuinity )i1as withlout exoressing in soane degree their aeipt'eciation or the worki done by Mr. .Simon in his school and ti the city. Diring his termi in Goulhurn11 Mir. Simon thad been in flue)tionllly ta successful telchetir anlld altivo aIl hIe h'ad lleen a citizenl who had uillllledl his weight ill wcl.ry public Iilovolleeolt. The sluccess of thile Goul buhl: WVooeei. ie connlllletlioi with Ihe snesquicoelitelnary celebrations was Iloegely due to thle 1iccessful .co.opera tioll of all the schools. 'riitt in tu was broighlt iitiout by the organili tiult.u iil Ieil'sonall.,y of ir, Simona. Duringiti it week, It \coull Icc lemlle boidcl the Cotliolic. Blsilhol, )r.: Itrlt died t i:ndt it-; ai exlloeted that theo ...
REMARKS RESENTED A.L.P. Official Hits At Critics [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
REMARKS RESENTED A.L.P. Official Hits At Critics "Mar. lcse?:s - in o .der lial IImise, wilas nccusedul 0bofeing l : prince of liars, i',1 i" ?a?ilppeas. :5as i' local offieilsciO theli breakc?: as ay' 'JhL booil etsl L iazn/c . vSi '"ii that Jionoiur. This relnarl 'cnai ? :fromi: theprcsf" dent of ,thle Gotilbtiri bi ci:n of. the 'official' ,:L.P., i A . Mrittliews, when rcllying aIst: i?glit to irecelt criticism. "lir. CollIns (-brioaisi ?yikhie'tary)' says that the oiily it:.tlrest I' ltook in tihe Labour novome int .,\v:sas wi on I was elected chaliiani of the rlic nelaih. Mir. Collilnii kiows tihat is u's?tiit,:: b'd cause he allowc d niie:itt:to 'iake pai't. in the Labour League.ietat yeair whili hie ' was priesllent , " -.sald Ir. Matthews.. Mr. Malttliows? ld ! e t l lf t, dId not speak'-' well for. Mir. Colliis 'caise when he hadl to rossit to cheap political tileks to defame thel Labour moveienit - At s later stage of th I. inceetig it was unanimously .'ragreedi /on theI m...
OBITUARY MR. M. PHILLIPS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
OBITUARY trict Hopitla earl. tis orni ~g. 'He wa~s .67: year of- b age.i:,'g3:i:' .:,.? ::!:!MR EsA. C-" U:. MMiN rgS4 : The ):d'eath O:ccuirr'ed i?suddl~enly' o r idafy lIsti at I:hel ilesl?dnce, 320 Sloane Stre ,?of .Mrs.":Eliia .Annie Cuminmings, aged 77. The Flaite Mirs Cumnmingp, who w'as bornin i the Gotilburn dilstrict had xiesided in this city ,for about :25 years , Besides her\ hushabd, Mi, Richaird Cuimminigs, and onfe son, Mr,:A, Leete, both of Goulburn, si leaves thire.- sisteirs Mri. A. Rangei (Cool inaudel Street, -,Coulbtiri) "t .MrsH Joneis (Redfern) and ,Mis P., Ponn). fatlier;. (Redferi ... Th interinen' tooki place. on' Satlirday.; aft~iiioobis a tiie· IChurch. of. Engliidl?Iortioi of, t.e "lo noral: Ceonciroy;. . , l..
Petty Thieves Active [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
Petty Thieves Active, . Although Goullsurn of late. has been sing?larly :free of . serious S.criime; it is 28elieved, tlhat petty. thievisig contiiues to olo ,Ithe ".attentiori of the' Golburn p?licei Te: :iijatest) 'epoi:t .conce linr, crime o1 thisn?5.1tu e wvhich is for many reasonis. alimost timrposslisle to:' cletir ip::!altogether, :' comaues': fronm the Col lectoi :disttrlct wheri it Is stated that a: Itt; of: spaninel.s and twoi or three gailolisi of ,ppetrol: liive beeii removed tfioln: plant :belonging to: flie Main: 'Rolds De amrtsm nt.o se .' An?iAother :examlile of the?. meaonness associated with: such theftse is: lis:o vided 'by tlis remioval fioin a ~iillway goods cair toil liast week of 'a pail: ot hoes :dnd two lpairs clitrofidusess wliichl, .it is tinderstood, .have not been..traced. :So :faI as ::can .be nc isclitdined, such 'thd~fe sccir' in :Goulburn ait regilar initairvals.
SPENT NIGHT IN FROST Runaways From Orphanage [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
SPENT IGiHT IN FROST , .. ... Runaways From Orphanage Sexeco smrll boys wiho disap. .peared lrrom Goultturn early larst nightf. were Jocrfed nesu Towra~ng thils .moroning nolne tile worse for ' coldt sleef1 in tie open.. 'IThe boys, whoie- ages rangeid Iron 11 -to a13 year','; rare inmates o[ a Goulburn oorrphinage anad, so far as clin be ascertainedl, they went to the sderie of a minor accident near the Inrstitutioll about 7; p.m., but failed to retirrn and a search for thelm wa comnimenced.i It was at first ,tihouglht that th.; boys migiht, have gone in the idiret. lioen of .Ya'rra; but .inquirles sihbsa. quently cld tlre police' to the Towrang district, where, it rwas reportedl, they l;ad been seen by a woman. RAN FROM POLICE 'iEnl?y thliis mornIng tle p0ol1is located tIe boyli.bys, wlho .llad slept the Eight alon?slde thloe r;iiilwa;y line. xi the tileo thl'ee of the jnrity were mak. - their way. towards some railwat ,Fettlers, nl)ln'renitly wishing to return to. Goulburn, but a...
From Everywhere In Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
From E~'eryw~e,*e Thcl~ wore III1iit·,Ioticls l h D~iotrct~ Hospitlnl lbt&~.da, 00158srei with 4 i). as thile corresposllsg l~d last y'czrJ': This daY .Ii3cllyets ago he, Patlteslts:t.tallC11l .48..· Mis.i JWithoIfil Hogan, I)ClnsIoIe whoi resides io t I o, i oI" I ra wis t:lkii'iijby nambuilance to the St John .'dfGodGIId ,Hopital I sit niight su fhei a fidei a?hbroke th igh, sustal when sli tell ovoi ?n 'Wednesda5 lest Slpee(Jd ing 'Alleged." " Sth loullburil Police Court yes t'i ~iiry 'a case: in 'which WVlifreil Me ili'gh, oi'~~L\aili i.Bailranal d Is charged wit. dilriviig a. miotao.;lorry on tIh Hume Highway, 1Drriia, atl a speed dliigero0tis to tie public on' March 2(, IwS :':ajoiirlid li ori.a: lfortnight. Mr' :W;. T. IBrclinock,i o 1': Messrs. 1E p Thomnias anld Brennollci, haippeared [0o the dlefenillat.:.
Case Dismissed Complainant To Pay Costs [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
C ase Dismissed Complainant To Pay Costs MAt the Goulburn Police Court .this morning the Police Magis :!trate, Mr. M.. J; Ryan, dismissed information brought by John 7Finley Anderson, of Goulburn, against Michael Joyce, of Tirrana ville, alleging detention of 'goods valued at about £10/3/. .The case' which is refterredi to else. wheite;:was commenced yesterdtay and adjourtned u01ntl thi:'mornliig :; when Ch1iltles1 Tuft, taxi l.?prolietot 1 -who yeS terdav. gave evidenhce t'or the :conm pltalrnait -,,,was recillell ind gave fulither hbrie' evidlence. - : Folldwing ::brief .legal submissions. thlie :P. I.l milsied tlihe Llnfonrmatloi tildt-Anderson was: oi'ldred' to pay Itno l~leidtlint'sta cos: 'of' £:l/14/. 'rThe tie fIttilt :ias fl ed tstt eilglitt dayt's' 'hurd tobour and It th'.e liormnant,.a c t. l Iriw'ed, 1'.1 dnay i hi" c']lh fri nnlyi
Forty Hours' Devotion CEREMONIES AT CATHEDRAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
·f Forty Hours Devotioji CEREMONIES AT CATHEDRALI " 'asses celebrated at SS. PIloter 'and Patil's Cathetrril thls nudrn ing broughL?t to aI close the cere :monies associated . with Ilthe 1 aorty- Hours' Devotion. There were Dlassds at6S a,.ni. and 7, a.nl, when :flulte #a", Ilimnbdr: re civedl Holy, Colnlullion, Land: aIt. O1 a;In. Solpinno Hg1 1 Mlass was cele brated- by; Very Rev. Fr. Dcegan; Adin. Rev. Fr. Conmeford was Dea con, Revy. Fr.:Favier. Stlb-Deacon anlldi tle ]iishop': of Goulburri), Most eRoy. Dr :."icuilre;. was' IreseIt oii the Throne.' rThe Proper of the Maass; is bieaull fully :sung by thle ichoil: from St. Joseph's Collegei North ' Goulburll, and the Oridinary of tile ,lass was, iequally well rendered l by the: saLud aonts of St. Joseph's 1Cbolege Northl Goulburn,: anld the South ,Goulburn' College. During, theo lass:: thlie .hylni "0 Jesu . Ml'l: was ';suing with fine :effect. , A-rt?r thd.u fass.i the Ltit;ny o the Saints ,:ivas. chaited b thei prlests of the Ma...