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EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

EXTRACTS FROM PUNCH. WVanna?ArE To mILE.-Old P.B. says that they may talk as they like about their modem implements of warfare, but he thinks that the most effective cata pult that he knows of to "knock a man over" is a gin-sling ! Ax AnmISnc.-.Henpeok says that thero isvery often war to the knife at holme. Sometimes it is not only war to the knife, but war to everything in the room that is throwable. The only terms upon which his wife will capitulate, is the ieceipt of a new cloak or jacket, then for a time at least, there is a mantle 'peace between them ! A PdAusewanoTH A oErr.-The Speaker has attempted the herculean task of putting. down the "young gentleman" inflicted upon tie country by the thoughtlessness or spitefulness of Ararat. The principle,that an old poacher makes the best game keeper would warrant us in the belief that Sir Charles will be able to crush the "rebellion " of Gaunson. Should he be successful, he will earn for himself a glorious immortality and a suffering ...

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LOOKING FOR A SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

-0OKiINJG-::iOR::" ' A SELECTION: : By GnREENTIORlN. JHavin received a veryi sinmall leWrey fromi a decensed relative I though:t I shcu..l like to enmbark in something more permanent than the position of storemann in a,; town warehouse., After consulting varions oracles a on the subject my brain got filled with the importance of.be'coming- one of the lanned proprietors of the colo?y. Buying oiit na piece of land my finances .would not: illoilo; so selection'was the only mode of hcqniiriig 3 this property I'wanted so much. At the n lalids office, annoying feverybody I could get hold of byasking questions:aboiit this and a thit and every other, place from Swan I-ill to Slepparton, I got to know tlheirnames by heart, and theinfornhntion' I received was not encouraging respectiinfg that side of the s colony. Brandy Creek was .to bd the pro- a mised -land.- isstward, ':lid! One:fine I imorning,'at seven a.m., seated .on the box of Bradley's express,, intending 'to become o a jolly select...

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KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, July 4th. Present: Councillors De Mole (in the chair) Thompson, Miller, Barnard, Marshall, Greenwood, and Mellor. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

KEW BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, July 4th.. Present: Councillors De Mole (in the chair) t Thoinpson, Miller, Barnard, Marshall, Greenwood, and Mellor .'' . t The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and outward correspond- I ence read and approved.. CORllESPONDENCE. From Hugh A. Hunt, tendering £46 for the rent of Johnston street toll for the month of July.-The Town Clerk said the lessee had deposited £650, in accordance with the demand of the Toll Committee.-Coun cillor Miller moved that the action of the Committee lhe confirmed, and tle contract signed at £50, the other bodies interested to be notified. Agreed tb.-On the motion of Councillor Barnard, seconded by Councillor Miller, it was resolved to call for tenders for the Johnston street toll at once. From Mr. Mollison, asking .for sone im provements to the channelling in front of his property, as he was about to make alterations.-Referred to the Public Works Committee. From J. Ragg, risking" if extra metal sup ...

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MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES. HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wednesday, 27th June. ORDINARY MEETING. Present : The Mayor and Councillors Sayce, Hellicar, Molloy, Atkyns, and Johnson. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

MEETINGS OF LOCAL BODIES.' HAWTHORN BOROUGH COUNCIL. In Wednesday, 27th June. ORDINARI MEETING. Present : The Mayor and Councillors Sayce, SI Hellicar, Molloy, Atkyns, and Johnson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and, confirmed. - : -, :': :'V CORRESPONDENCE. . From the Melbourne Water Supply Department, informing the Council that water pipes would shortly be laid in Isabella, Coppin's,. - hakespeare's, and- Lisson's d Groves, .and in Morang and Mannigtree rdo"ds, and asking what number of fire-plugs~ the Council desired to have.-Referred to the-Engineer.: -... : .-. -... .-----.--. From the Richmond Town Council, b stating that the lessee of the Haw thorn toll-gate had offered £252 for the toll? for:July iT: thd:event: of tolls being continued, and recommisending its accep nance.-The Town Clerk-was--instructed to reply that.the Council was agreeable to the From the, Central Board of Henlth, a requesting the lcal board toltake action in the matter of drainagemthroughi ...

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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 29th June. Before Dr. Strutt, P.M., and Messrs. Depury, Armstrong, and Lithgow, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Saturday, 29thl Junoe. Before,: Dr. Strutt, P.iM.: and Messrs. De Pury, Armstrong, and Lithgow, J.P.: Police v. William. Dodd ; committing a felony: Mllr.,Gillott, who. appeared to, pro secute, said: theplaintiffs ;in this case were John and Caiolieo .Allen, son-in-law and daughter of the defendant. It appeared that some ix: months ago Dodd hall., sied the Allons in the County Court, in reference to some disputed. land,, and the case. went against Dodd; hence the c'cuseo of this indictment. Jolhn Allen said: I am a farmer' atI Moorbolark' and the defendant, William Dodd, nis , ithoer-in-law. He called to see min "abou't a week before'last Christmas, at Mooroolbark; my :wife 'and self were present. " He asked 'me what I was going to do about the property;, aid said, "if you don't pay me £150 Pll put a bullet through your.: body.' I n.Inmade no. answer.,;- He stopped, for a bit, and then wentaway. : I saw--him again;, when: he gave me a County Court summons. He ...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. Tuesday 3rd July. Before the Mayor (Mr. W. Cleverdon), and Messrs Taylor and Toon. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

SPOLIUE, INTELLIGENE;. HAWTHORN POLICE COURT. STuesday : 3rd July. Before theMaiyor (Mir W. CW lev1edoh), andl Messrs Taylor-and Toon. Alexander., Allan :was.; brought up on a charge of assaulting his wife. ,He was also charged with using obscene l.nguage in a publictplace. Both charges were proved, and for the first he was fined 20s., and in the second case 10s. William Witt: was summoned- by the station-?iihnster at the Hawthlorn station for obstructing him in the' dischnrge of his diuty.--Mr. McNamara appeared for the conm plainant, and stated-that on the 23rd June defendauit came froni 'Melbourne by tthi train.~ Not having taken a ticket; at Mel bourne lie purchased :one at Hawthorn sta ion and presented it. On being called back by the station-lasier to get his nanme and address lie became abusive to tlihe stationu-master. Defendant had since apolo gised, but lie urged that if the case was prived to:the Bench they should inflict' a file thatwould .prevent su?sich condilt: t towa...

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DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 30th June. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

DANDENONG SHIRE COUNCIL. i , .. Saturday, 30th June. Presett-The President (.Mr Thos. Atte. borough) Councillors Rodi, Keneally, Kety EBian Smiiartti and Potter. CORRESPONDENCE. The minutes' of last meeting and outw3le correspondence were read and confirmed. The President. stated that last Saturbh he had been invited to attend a banquet is tle township, as President, but did not fel justified in doing so without the authority of tlie Council. Fromi:Lnds Department, as to cuttie' outlet drain from Carrum swamp to Kaeng hdook?reek.,Coincillor Keys suggested a deputation.-The Secretary.said it might h Jeuttnit nwait,.onl the Chied S...* 7" there was so much diticulty in findineon which department. was competent to deg' ivith the niatter. -The President, the Secre tary, and. Councillor Keys were appointedte wait on the'Chief Secretary. Councillor Keys moved that the same ds putation wait on the Minister of Land s to allotments in the swamp selected by th Beetroot Company.-Seconded by Co...

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The South Bourke AND Mornington Journal. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

ed SoutJ 1srntkea 1- WDNESDAY; JULY ;1 4.I77 , WE have read aogreat many Governors' speeches, but'do not remember ever peru sing one containing less information than ,hat "which the Berry Ministry ,put into the mouth of Sir George Bowen on Tues da.y A'as rul' the'e docuinents cohitaini many more words -than matter,; but the art of saying li?dle or inothiig?in a great many words .was never carried to higher perfertioi thlian it ? has.bieen on this c casion. :Boiled down, the speech may be expressed in a few short sentences, and there is evidenceB oti tie ;face of it that it was so framed as not to provoke hostile discussion.?' Allusion is mnadfe i~t thE war between Russia?'and T'Irkey,- but' ite.is8 rierely intedd aian iii'ntroduction itto tihe subject of cdolonial defence.: The contin= gency of this coloiiy:being disturbed-by' war's alirms is aivery rembote one, but every one will. agree that it.iis not fitting that we should, be-entirely, at the. mercy of ,a possible foe;rand :we: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

Notices . BOROUGHlH OF,, HAWTHORN. N? OTICE is hereby given thatin accordance with A the Local GovernmentAct 1874, an alphabetical list of all persons whose names appear on the Voters' Liet of the Borough has been prepared, and can be inspected at the Town Hall, Hawthorn, by any pei son interested therein, from the let to the. 7th July.. Ratepayers claiming to have their names : inserted, or objecting to an} names thereon, must give notice in writing of their intention so to do on or before the 7th July, 1877. A. SLATTERIE, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Hawthorn, . 29th Jaine, 1877. . * BOROUGH OF HAWTHORN. I HEREBY give notice- that a Coort- for the REVISION of the Voters' List of this Borough will be held at the Town Hall, Hawthorn, on Tuesday, the 17th day of July, 1877, at half-past teven o'clock p.m. .aven' o' k i .. WM. CLEVERDON, Mayor. Town Hall, Hawthorn, . .. 3rd July, 1877. ... .. - ylj BOROUGH OF KEW. HEREBY "give notice that a copy of the SBURGESS LIST is in my 'custody and re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

SCALE 0F COH tESrFbi?O ADVERTISINhG Twenty Words, forOne Insertionm '.. t, o lwentyto Thirty Wned, d . . " S Thirty to Forty Wiord d, .. ... S Above Forty Words, at the rate of 3o per inh if, for One InerttloR only. .. ... . ,A large Discoorr npon all Advertinmen ts appoaring for Three Mont ? . t .th Adnvrtiemtents moot epecify on the face of them t!te number of inssrtions, or they will be continued and charged for,till oountermanded. ;All orders for withdrawal or alteration to be sent in ou the day prior to phlication. t Advertisenlents" can :only :be -discon" tinued by writtcn:orders; o i:. l -I.dt:,.:) ,:) D IR.E 0 O Y. Solicitors- 0t I .= :1 ,:m MIILLER; THOMAS:64 Litt:e Colline sireet eaot, Melbourne: and Toonah Cottage, Wat. tietree road, Gardiner., " Butchers PtNNIGEtt JOHN, General Fanily Hotchler Rowena Parade, Richmoid. ;' ., ! . Viscellaoieo s- , :ur . ':.. . 1: J. BOLT, Water Filterlfanfactnii rerl117a Car digan street; opposiie Arg le' iquare; Carlton formerly of 19 Arg...

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GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday, 30th June. Before Messrs. R. G. Benson, John Bellin, and W. C. Watts, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 4 July 1877

GARDINER POLICE COURT. Saturday,30th June. Before Messrs. R. G. Benson, John Bellin, and W. C. Watts, J.P.   Wm. Milne, Fred Chandley, and Wm. Chiristie; were fined 2s. 6d. each for not having proper control over their horses.   Mary Ann Ensiedel, for using insulting words in a public place oii the 16th June, was fined 30s. with £1 s.: costs' and bound over ini the sum of £20 to keep the peace for six mndths. - A charge against her of coinmitting a similar offence:on" June 21st-was dismissed. A caseo against Mary Abrahamson ufor using' indecent language within the hearing of a person passing in a public place was dismissed. J. P. Higgins v. W. A. Eaglesou; tres pass.-Withdrawn on payment of 21s., costs. Inspector, of Nuisances v. Jos. F. Hig gins; suffering nightsoil to be used as manure without having obtained the .con sent. of the Council.-Fined £10 "with £3 ~s.'costs. ' Same v. Francis Higgins;; assault. Fined'20s: with 21s. costs. The Court then adjourn...

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THE THIEF'S PLEA. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

THIE THIEF'S PLEA. " W\LL, sir," Laid a pJliet moagistrat.i to a t;risOter charged witi btealing, ".it appears to te? that I've seen you before. Your face looks very faumiliar Have you beon here befre 1 " - " Yes'ir. " " ow many times,?" "Not over a dozen." "' Ah I you old rogue, I thought so. Were'nt you. before me once for atealifrg a shail ?" " Yes, sir. " '"And a watch ? " .. . "I remember esomothing about it:.! :t :/· " " And a breast-pin ? ' " I hbould'nt be surprised." " And a number of pairs of boots ? " " I do recallect-that time." "And some pieces of silk from a lineaidraper's if I am not mistaken ?" "Well, you ain't." " And an old gentleman's portmanteau ?'" That's so, your worehip." " And on eno occasion a barrel of ale ? " " Only once. " " And, about a year ago, a horse and cart ?" Quite likely." : ' : "And hero you are up for stealing sugar tllis time. What exeeus have you ?" " A very good one, your worship. " " What one? Necessity ?" "Not exactly. " " Then what ? "' "...

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INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

An inquest.was held by Dr: Candler, the coroner, on Tuesday afternoon at the Tower loteil, Hawthorn, on the body of a f'emale child named Domingo, and- evidence, was: taken as follows : IDr. Molloy delosed : I have made ?t post mortenriof the body. 'It was well nourished .and cared for. The right arm and upper ~ part of left thigh were slightly; bruised ;.? brain congested; lungs congested, but air passages friee from obstruction; liver un isu:illy large and congested; left kidney, .larger than right, the latter very soft. There were signs of tcething in the mouth. The cause of death was aslphvxia from (as witness .believed) suffocation. Should say an event of this kind did not necessarily imply, carelessness on the- part -of; the mtotlher. Amelia Domingo, spinster,-deposed that she wasn employed -as servant at Mlr. Mat thews'. Deceased was her childl, an was ten months old. -Witnuss entered Mr. Mat thews' service from the Inmmigrants' Iome about four months back. Was engaged as ser...

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KEW POLICE COURT. Wednesday, June 27th. Before the Mayor (Mr. Phipps) and Messrs. Greenwood and Marshall, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

KE :I ??W :POLICE COURT. " Wednesday; June -7th. Before the Mayor (Mi. Phipps) and Messrs. Greenwood and Marshall, J.P. Thomas aind Catherine Davis vere lirought uip char ed'ivitli eing. idle and disorderly persons and discharged.; William-i McDoiinld' ,was 'charged with stealing clothes valuedl at £10 rom the'rec sideince of theiHonai R. S: Anderson. The' prisoner` lceps a imarine store: in=Collinig wobd, and.the police suspecting that li hehad the articles searched and found them.n there althoughpsrisoner deniedhliavin"g tlihem. 'He was sentenced tonine mbonths sin: gaol with hard labor-the goods to be returned to the Sylvester Bowers?,;aivoolsorter, was char? fed with stealiii a. hat. It appeared that defendant was riding;.from town in a cab, a gentloman hbem aalso inthe vehicle who was carrying a newhate d purchased The: list w asleftein. the hack, whilst its owner rode ini tleifront ,ofithe cab. :::On ' getting oc hiemniissled thishat, thedefendiant Ihaving left the cab previou...

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PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

PARLIAMjEITAlYt I'IELLIGENCE Both Houses waited on the Governor on Tuesday, July 3rd, and received the usual formal replies to the address. Inthe Assembly on Tuesday Mr. Langrid e called attention to the large revenue receiv ed for the Yan Yean Water Supply, and asked if the price could be reduced to six pence in the pound.-Mr. Paterson in reply said that a reduction was made in 1874, and the Government could not see its way to make any further reduction.-Mr. MIirams asked if the Government proposed to adopt any measures to enforce the clauses in the li censing Act relating to adulteration and Sun day trading.-Mr. Berry replied that inspec tors had been appointed, but there had been scarcely time yet to ascertain how the men ssure would work. The Government would, however, enforce the law, if necessary.-In reply to Mr." Langridge Mr. Berry was of opinion that the Eight Hours Anniversary, the 91st- April, should, be proclaimed a public holiday, but he did not wish to increase the num...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. CRANBOURNE POLICE COURT. Saturday, July 7. (Before Messrs. Lecky and Patterson J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

- POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ORANBOURNE POL!CE COURT. Saturday, July 7. (Before Messrs. Lecky and Patterson'J.P.) Alh Ling v. N. Gardiner; a claimn for £2 26s. 5d., goods. Mr. Lowe for plaintiff: -The debt had been admitted, but as de fendant did not appear, evidence ds to the debt: was taken, and the' Beichll gave a ver dict for the amount and 2-s. costs, and the Court adjourned.

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DEATH OF AN EXTRAORDINARY CHARACTER AT SHEFFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

DArun OF AN :T1 rX.OBDINAeRY CABRACTra AT SnorrisnD.-One of tho most' extraordinary charac ters in the neighbo?rlood has jist passed away in the person of John Carr, of Grimesthorpe. The do ceased' was:ninety-three years of age, and for a period of over oighty years had' been a regular fol lower of tbh Fitzwilliarm Hunt. by the' members of whicb he was well known. After this pack he had run miany ~ niles, it being recorded that on one orc casion he ran forty miles in six hours. He was also for a number of years Master of the Eccelsfield Har riers. Carr could never in his life be induced to enter a railway train, and had an objection to con veyances of all kinde. ie only required medical attendance once in his life. A story of the Mlolgue.-A goLd story is told by the porter, who was aroused at two oclok onse morning by the loud ringing of the bell. He found a tipsy man at the gate, who replied to his interroga tions by *,I have not hbeen me for three days, and I feel really quite une...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

n MARKETS. I EASTERN. AIRKET, July.7 :--Vegetables: Basil, d il per doz buinches ;"artichokes, mround,,lId perlb-. booqoets, 3s to 10s. per dozen ; cabbages, 8d to 2s do; carrots, 6d to 9d perldoz biidcheso; creas, water, Gd. do. ; celery, 2s.:6d to 5s; do.; mushrooms; 4d to Gd per lb.; horsecradishb, Is Gd to 6s per doz sticks; a garlic, 3d per lb ; lettuces, .d to 9d per doz; mar oljoroam; 6d to'8d' do ; mint,'6d to 8d do; onions?;dried Slie to 1ds per crt; do., greena 6d. pei dozen bunches;'parsley,: Gd do; paronips, 8d to ;s 'do; peas; 2d to 21d per bh; potatoes, 48 to 4- Ed per owt rhubarb, Gd to la per doe bonches; radishes, Gd do; mage. Gd to 8d do; shallots, 2d to ld per b ; spinach. 2d per b'; thyme, 6d to8d perdoz bunches; turnips ?t. to d.'9. -per dozen bunches. 'Fruit : Alomods a2d to6 3d per lb.; applesldeeoert, 2;d to 3id per lb., d.,' cooking, 6 t o 8s par'bushel; lemons, 1o to Is 6d per dozen ; oranges, .Ss to 7o per case.l Dairy Produce Bacon 8d to. 10d per lb; i bu...

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A WONDERFUL DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

A WONDEWRFUL" DRItAM. Everybody has heard wonderif'l tories of dreams that came true, resulting in marvellous discoveries oi nealth, revelationa of crime', and iiynterious informs lion of various Esita. :Sceptical people are at liberti to beiieve, of course; what they please,' bat the fol lowing story comes to eu well authenticated, and.the ih.ale is, we thiisk, quite eriginal: TiLe dreamer was a grentleman residing in one of a `row of iiOiihe in a street in Iltingtoo ; to niention names uight be un pleasant. He dreamed one night that hlie had dis-: covered at his house a 'hidden?olosrt, -whicIl' wa stored with silver and other valuable rtiilese,' efi ýi: o, set him up in. the world, as a mran of wealth.,. In. the morning he told his wife, who, ,like a sensible. woman, asked him what he had eaten, before he went to bed, acnd warnedlim of the ill effects of late stiperse The next; night he wenti)tobed as usuals when lo! the 'same dream was repesaed. .To doubt any longer would be to f...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. MARION, OR THE MASTER WANTS THE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke and Mornington Journal — 11 July 1877

ORIGINAL POETRY.:. :taION, ot' THE : 1ASTER WANTS T"E II EST. I went into my garden One lovely. ,rnmmer' day 'Twas enily in the morning, And the lambkino were at play. 'Twosi nice to ee, their gambols, . As they frisked and romped about, Trying by theirplainiro bleat . nge? , To find their motlher out.. There wan one that took mynotice, A " now white tr??, lamb, . 'Twas taken from its mother . B a rough griruvisaged man. I heard her mournful bleating, As oft at him shlie pressed, But still he only mulniured,' S I?y master wanls the beat. Since then God sent or Marion, Our darling, losing child, And like the lanmbkin's mother, ' S M5 heart was fiereoe and wild. I knelt beside her cradle, I etasped her ito my breast But an angel came and whispered The niaster wanto the bet. She was so fair, so lovely, As pure nasmorning light; . Her ekin, ai white as lillies, Her'cheek a's roses bright. a Bt now, o pale, so Iencefulol;: ' I thought that ahie was sleeping; One armn'utiton the cwverlid:...

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