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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVI. AN OLD FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

-THE-- 1MASTER PASSION. OHAPTER XVI. S . -OLD FRIED., It was a great pity- you wer not at the Academy," said Raiymond Duval, taking his long pipe out of his mouth and surveying his wile with his sleepy eyes, as lie lounged tiil .length on his 'Turxish divan; "you would have en joyed it, and it would'have been a capital oppoitunity or introducing you to my iliehds." *Luon t you think your friends woulu rather have been without me?" with . scornful curl of her lip, as, seated on a lo., cnir, sue played with Kildore'. shiiggy coat. " alie ,\omcn would,- perhaps," .smil ing as he thotight' ot little Vic; "but. nut tihe men. I shall have to keep the doors barricaded, after. this busi ness of tce Iphigenia." "Was it recognised?" breathlessly. "I was regularly mobbed to find out who it wa's; but 1 kept my own coun sel, and sent them all off in a fog." *'1 never would have sat for it, if 1 had thought of it." iH raiked his eyebrows. "My -iear, I told you to." SHer eyes flashed. "I don't sup...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

RINGWVOOD :MIARKET C; . ( 1 1.& I . 1,11i iJ i.i \1"- rkct agriu t' ell sit, 1L1 (l t i; t".o II Is , ( til I.5 sj 3s {l;)\\9 luci l ll1. cncli 7s llrd : sr ;rc cws. tttciiain. otil 48s : bulls u L5 I? t: c:'nSS i 1tnl to 1.5 J Is: choppIin's. 1.0 1 2.1 p:(dl.ics to 21s:;lv IIItno( 1L 8s (id to 2Js, lc. Vii.i~s: ')1;ki I; tlo :JOYi Cd; SýCu C\Tii I t~tl 20~ *t 25s;: inwIi : cc'kerel.. t.,G to 5 s hid; p',r l: it t'irkevr to U si.V. I:rttiig lis t 1.`25;-iedi~ints- .18 -poillies to 1 .)3 ý1trl(rII -n t 11S UIl rates,. ,Ncxt salo. ý-o t m Cllr) 1 ttl!.

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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MATCH FOR A DINNER. BUSH RAMBLERS PAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

ii t r-x i r1: EJ/(i ii· Li ii i it: iii 1 i .Ii :1 jih ri 0' -I to s,` lI.ei)0 to I;itfl flit ! iifre' id( thiii 1 "hlciy felt. sure t hey '!u's", 1i;i;i1 ilt thle ol~eeuiicc of .t110 crttc i waa's secnthflii the G1len lads dtcf l-it itep.i 'c thlu-ro a'" a' dli\ clhaiilies' S1.1lx" began lt 1 ile i' a sc"'r of 'cGali. wleI the men fr. in ie 'ililiLins 'un WiT 1 vinii'* v. t I d!Cr i' n-ir~ ! .t re. dii iliC lust J~e1i. tile :i r- v iii 2J 1 l,:int, t) Snie. tile ',corCs beiing .8-11 to i. Those who -nllospp to ii' nut'l:'i most; foir the (0lcn w-l% r~.It Oi' () I cliik.i hemy itite d :' ' t !d I' Iii1; t luiii' ttli 'el 'f it~t ii I 'tii t4ttec'\t \t'i' :,honiiltl thci \ s h .: il lt tlic·-i' :n·th, 'i cr0 Vi.; (' tx'ý -01 I'it cl,:·11 I h d li tJct Iltini latitril, :it, ti' lt. ttil~i rt Cit~ Htei ' inac, ti itan Ii iv. lt v ] s-wo lie t ac,-tW-'iC ti el l .'.i'as 1 (i, hilct t t t 1. rt1 iitii of flit' It C i t Iii'' Clt-dto at i tie clu .'(l'i Jilt

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Healesville's Patriotism GENEROUS RESPONSE TO WAR FUND COUNCIL DONATES £50 [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

; Healesville's?:iPatri6tism: ? I It 'e GENEROUS RESPONSE TO ll.:-/. :.? ·-: ? v: ? i-u b:t: =:r:??:\\· .. + R FUND 4 COUNCIL DONATEIS 50 r r-e. pedpe otiHeaiesvilie bave not b etri behind. in r';sponse0to theappeal for' 'assitanac- in the war raging on the Continentr at:the: present- time. 'be. 1 dies :hie- been working with a great- zeal pro,.iding c othing for the Auslrajian- epeditionary forces, and do,-ations of books, magazines, etc;. .hbave been fieely made and despat :hed ciuring the week. Subscriptions in connection with the Mayoress' I Fund have also Le n called.for locally ind a ready rcsponse was the result. At the'council meeting on Monday action : a~ also taken, and the Presi de:t (Cr Crooke) moved that 50o be donated. He said they all knew.the :rouble existing at piesent all over the Empiie, and he thou'ght they would' have the rnitepayers'. sanciion in donating a sum cut of the munici pal funds.' It wou!d not l2 iight, to his mi nd :if they did not giv ' some thign i...

Publication Title: Lilydale Express, The
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CROYDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

CR OY DON. -- 00 (F'r. in Our ( ;li r'orresjoiideiit.) -.We've practically changed'lior ass again., I ct us hope that the Labor team will do justice to the important work awaiting them at this critical time. With some thing like a drought in the north of our State, trade dislocated on account of the war, and.a large. extra expenditure "for.. Defence, our legislators wil need to -put on their considering caps. On Saturday last Mr G,.A Max .well began his State election campaign in Oroydon, -s; tking on a few matters-' affecting State politics. There were a few -per sons present who had evidently determined that the candidate: should not have- a fait hearing,. and-things werec-lively at 'inter vales. Spring weather hliasset in early, and the dust, fanned by motor cars, is far from pleasant. Spring birds have made their appear ance, and" the orchtrds are dis playing their spring finery, We still half cpect another touch of winter befoie long. Perhaps we shall get it during Show week. T...

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HAZELDENE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

HAZELDENE (Fruuio O..r O.:n C r:el0oidcit.) For many-years this district has. been considered one 6f the " back blocks"'' f civilisation; but it ig a pleasuro to note that it is conming to the front, as indicated by the provision. of a por!ipg booth at the local i.4ll on the 'th. It is a step in the. right direction, as I am sure there were many who would not have vcted, had they had to walk over to Mount Beenak as some did at last election, The polling; was quiet during the day, but there was"quite a rush/ betwoen 5 and 7-p.m., but all w1ent smoothly under the dir ection of Mr L, M'Intyre, presid ing officer, ably assistea by. Mr C A, Read. 41.19

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RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 11 September 1914

i -. RINGWOOD. :. The ladies efforts on 'behalf of -th eRed Cross League in Ring wood have been' very successful. A large number of-garments have t been: made, and got ready for I despatch to the central authority, nand, the good work is still in full swing. A substantial amount in Scash has also been subscribed. SThe ambulance - classes for 3first aid instruction, formed by NMr Carr have been very success ful. Separate classes have been formed for ladies and gentlemen, the ladies' class numbering over fifty. Regular weekly meetings are held, and the classes are mak ing rapid progress under the able tutelage of Dr Langley. There has, so far, been no arrangements made for entertainments in aid of the Patriotic Fund, but a move ment in that direction' is on foot. The local lads belonging to the 48th (Kooyong) iufantry, about to of whom have been on duty at thlieVictoria Barracks 'and Queens- , cliff, have jall ,returned to- their homes, and are enthusiastic. over their first taste of'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

ne - invigorating and SUStanling is amply verifled by oapablc authoritieE SCIHUTZE I CO., Pure Woollen UNDERWEAR Manufacturers. Ladies, Gentlemen's and Children's Combinations, Singlets and Drawers, eto.,! made to measure. Pricct : Lists and Samples on application BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. f82 Collins-strait. Take Lift. SI|TADATIO PERMAANEN'TLY CUREL Hydetid, Livera nd 1?dney Trohbloe. Oastrtc UOcert, In(cr-al Orowtht 3/6 and Si6 pcr bottle. Cihemisfat a S. A. PALMER, 489 FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURNE Most doctors from goodness of beartet rsos cases without expectatton of payment, buo did you ever know of do cor who rerurned Coca wthen h failed to cote ? The Uric MCna turing Coon. piay gv&rantee to retr.p ,-Iz?.i out ~t lIj Wright's Rhr at me4y t'ýbc ý:aoadn cure, does ot r or rhpiy 4 it/co. Iuak r dy a ouble4 coururs thL e aud atter t rýie hbae ben cale (hf insancet tlce' years t werbich the r?-?od was caimed. if ycu oand o 299 Elizabeth StretS Melbourne, the o tnpano .ill give y...

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YARRA GLEN [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

YARRA GI EN Mr Rouget, one of the Liberal can d dates for Evelyn, addressed a well attended meetiig of the electors in hbe Victoria Hall on Tuesday even ing, the ist inst. Couicillbr Smedley acted as chairman. On \Vednesday eyening, the 2nd inst., a patriotic.mneetin was held in fhe Victoria Hall,, Mr G. A.- Max well occupying the chair. There was a fairly large attendance, and the ueeting was a great success. • Pro ceediigs owened with singing the National -Anthem, after'-which Mr f'Mawell .deli'rered a: very stirring patriotic address which ,was enjoyed: oy all present, as Wva also' Mr S. W. Scott's and. Mr Holden's speeches. A. comtiimttee consisting °of Messrs J. Smedley. C. H. Bath, S. Allen, '.NHall, S. \V. Scott, E. A. Ather on and P. F. Downer, with Mr H ol den as hon. treasurer and Mr Ramnsay ion. -sec., was formed, also a ladies -ommittee with les lames J. Bell .reasurer, Miss Allen, and-the Misses Lacey (sec.), V. Morris, P. Ellis, Gedye, D- Bell and I, Ross. A'sub script...

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The Federal Poll at Healesville [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

T- he Federal Poll at Healesville IF:ederal Election Day in lHeales ville last Saturday resulted iri local winfor the Labor Party, ith figures for the townshlipbeing --MlcDouga 331, wi h I vine -r2behind. Thes4 tingr s were modified ilwie the returns came in f.d? over the Spur, the fii-ai g-ures fotlthe -whoil eaiesville suub division being.:- . I-McDougal .. ' 381" S Irvine .. ... 7 - The Labor Senate six also led in l-ealesville, the'final figures being-: Labor Liberal Barnes : ..." 378,Edgar *. 368 Russell ..-.: 376 Mauler ; 367 McKisssk 1'375 Treniwith, 367 Blakey .. 371 'McColl -.:365 Barker -. 370 McLean 364 Findley ... 30 : Cook 357 SThe officials aind'crutiibLers at' the :Police Courtliboot h :ihad a ery bus) 1 Jay, '.there'bein ',b6}" 'vOtes recorder there; hli'sex tally slio"in" tlai? ten riife «omr:n than tmen exei cise .he franiclii e;-?it g tll'e totals .fion w'er the Spur 773 electors (37- woI mnen, 399 men) voted in .this sub Jivisior, mnakinug a poll of about 7o per:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

SUBSCRIBERS are reminded that their" p yments are now due, and are respectfully rcl'uested to foiward same to this office. Amuamd Sub= scripLioUs for papcrs posted from olfice and paid before cund of yers (Gs.),; overdue . subscriptions will bI chargef. .?s per quarter. A GROCEfRS RECOMMENDATION. "For the past twenty years," wri tes Mr t R. Harrison, grocer, Parra matta rd. and. Catherine'st., Leichl hardt,- N.S.W. "I have been a suf ferer from dioiihlioea, and although I have -tried various prescriptions hae found .nothing ielieve me like Chan b'crlain's Colic and Diorrlioea Reme dy. Now I would not .be without a bottle fur any money.' - SSo6ld by J. lIutcliiuson, Lilydale; 0. H?ansen, Mlillgrovo:; Scoth and Al len, Yarra Glen_; S.1li.'?radshawv and 4.:1 J. Dlrybo na U lto sv.illq.: . :. iINSURE AT ONCE ROYALIINSURANCE CO LTD. FU. ?DS, £19'031,200. ANNUAL .INCOMIE, :£7,542,708. FIIRE (including .Crois~ and Stacks) -1-ILSTO?iE,. LIVE 'STOCO, PER : SONAL ACCIDENT. SWORKERS' 'COMPINSA...

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A BUSY AUSTRALIAN DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

A -BUSY AUSTRALIAN DAY. l; 1: ut?el;l~ne nun awaked eacli morning fine,. Aid, risii- from h?s-lowi Sic ield .bed. Ir' sOftly treadT hie flioor: o Swc d15]*y ili! piric,.. An ':-.i:.dscans U-i: t1~c; ema.n cejiii' ovV. IIo pulls' aloft tc 'Yah ca rol er blind, , -A.nd draws asido-.thli- i u.i'a.iln uadc in Fiance, 'VlBn;.it;'trou,.ll. tie .6En-g isl window :. pa-ne, Ifc'll find? '.-: : -'Thel ..Swiss aspiullcd':: pIavecntu -- meets hi.s lg',nce-. :' jlp iq;;_leepint-suiL" of Y oikrlnirC 1.1 r e'dllett n .~,F~c~rln' s! rin- hi\lis batitl 1) t or : eiclg brand; .~ fli c a·l en dl _ bubblcs through -a ;. water-jeL<. uiupoitLed fi.:fouioi'c. dicak: old Mu.1 thoud 113d lA lidli e" n.bui ""Iut*., uiinol He diel ;·2 Lil' - -lid :I11 . _r CVI X1. uitkish tfY Cl ihi' =ui ;mdripping; 1I;'&only ". tu ui~ strJIl i 1 i self I t". dresses in a . S'6it ¶Cif ' ~uottisIi ''.tweed ds,. . .hii j d.telit boots, fcom. fw-ul NwV . Orleans;, Wilth -cotton. sc ks frk orn -I._nca -shire or...

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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

RING WOOD MARKET, D. 0, .I'Clelland nul .Co. report Market agaiiL well supplied. 31il kera.: Tair supply of moderate qua lity, prices' ranging from L. is to L" 9s ;'sprin'gers,' L2 5s to L5 IOs; store cows,.old, lOs to L,3 s;. ci:op pers, liglh;t, L2 -lOs to L-l 5s; young stuff, 12s Gd to L2 13s, Pigs : Ba conersz lighb t;o 'L2 15sji porkers,do., Ul 14s to L2 3s; slips, LI Is :to to Li .6s-;. suckers, 14Is to 17s Gd; Poultry.: lIens, 3s 8d to Is 3d per pair; cockerels, 3s 9dl to 5is.Gd pair; Calves light, is to 10s. Gd. Horses: ~Light, L3 lOs to L10O 1Os; draughts, to I;20. - Sundries att usual rates. Next s ale; Septonml:,r 21.

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SHIRE COUNCILS MEET:— [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

SIIflE COUNCILS MEET: Lilydale.-Fourth Monday in each month. Secretary and Engineer, MIr Hamilton Sinclair, C.E. Upper Yarra.-First Monday in each month. Secretary, Mr B. -Nor ey; Engineer, MIr A. K. T. Sambell. Eltham.-First Monday in each month.. Secretary and Engineer, Mr A. G. Thomas, C.E. COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. Healesville.-Evcry Thursday, at 10 a.m. Liiydale.-Every Friday, at 9.30 a.rn. Warburton.-Fvery Saturday, at S30 a.m. Clerk of Courts.-MIr T. B. Wade. Police Magistrates.-Dr. R. H. Cole and Mr L. MIoriison. D)istrict Justiccs.-.". B. Litligow, Coldstream; R. II. Ilenty, Wonga Park i i . and Dr. A. E. Synme, Lilydale; J. Riougel, Wandin; J. Wallace, Seville; M1. C. Bridger, Croydon; C. Bath, Yarra Glen; N. Ellis, Dixon's Creek; W. Privett and W. Jollillffe, Ilealesville; II. Ewart, HIoddlc's Crcck; J. Lithgow and E. A. Story, Warburton; J. II. Thomp son, .M.A., Silvan; A. G. ]Buller, West Warburton; Jas. IIunter, Bee nak; T. W. Simpson, W. A. Whar ington;. A. E. T. Payn...

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SEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

SEVILLE -4-- (ro?i?n Our Ovwn Clrreil.o d?i..) F'ancy Dress Ball:" Tle plain andi fancy dresl ball, wJlich weas hcld oni :Friday- U1th in1st, ut-uid of thU- Patriutic F'und, \a ua rriat ?uceesb. TLhe. Hall was very uiccly decoiatLed fori the. occasion, withli flags, clhaihs, etc., a id "looked" exceedingly ..pretty as the. variouis lruey costumes moved under. them to the strains of the beautiful iuu 'ic rendered by Mr.L.. lickcy.' The utizes for bcsb fancy ..costumcs, la _lios'. aud gents ,were;. awarded. to Miss J:. Iliam and M1r II. C(rant re ,suqcti'.lv. loud. I'u tiuotiCe W ik.. Last week tlhe- ladies of e?'illP !'orw'jr'dced 200 ,kit bags to the .Yic -tinL .I;arracks; and 25 rolls of ban d-Ages to ]f'd ral Glv.r.tumititIHous", ':or use in the Australian Expedi iounary F'orce. Concerning some parts of the dis trict news comes but- sldom. This is not the fatilt of the cditor, for, he has no miraculous power of know ing what is happening in all the places in the area of circulatio...

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PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

1?1f:ERENCE TO USlIO\Nl Ts (To ~thc. Editor.) Sir,-- r Mifxwell. barrister, ca n "lidatc for JEvelyn seat, declaict ag liust prefei-ence to unionists- lie -savs- it-isuiifair' Yuet isr 1Ot Ife bimsell a .unionist ?. Of -couse, ce haes an .cplhna.tin lFor ihe says "'His preference and uniouisnmi are diiTereni; t1 tthe other fellows ? ie publicly owns up to a certain brand of unionism. -He told a ltiogwood wb.dicnce the difference between the two was ttinis l That whilst a Union barrister would not act in court 'n conjunction with a non-union barrister, still he1 was quite agree able t, anLd would not iaterferc with i,the non-union barrister. ap pearing on his own; rather tHhat do so tihe union barrister would retire in favor of the othert Whereas, the union industrialist did not ilu ;clftcre wiU thie employmeint of the non-unioln indust:ijlist. Mlr `Iaxwell asserts thatt preference to unionists is unfair, but vouchsafes no rca sons in support of hiis assertions, uld at Rlingwoodl sai...

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Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

Lilydale Court Roster for 1914. T'olice Magistrate-January 2 and 30, Fcbruary 27, March 27, April 24, May 22, June 19, July 17, Aug ust 141, Septomber 11;. October 9, November G, Deccmber 4. Dr Symc, and TIes rs P. .1. Lith gow and \\. A. WWharingtoii.-Jan unary 16, ]ebruary 6 and 20, March 13, April 3 and 17, May 8 and 29, June 12, July '3 and 24, August 7 and 28, September 18, October 2 and 23, November 13 and 27, Decem ber 18. Messrs R. T. Kings, J. Iouget, T. W. Simpson, and J. Wallace.-Jan uary 9 and 23, February 13, March .G and, 20, April 10, May 1 and 15, June 5 and 26, July 10 and 31, Au gust 21, September 4 and .25, Oct ober 16 and 30, November 20, De cember:ll.

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(From "The Argus.") [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

.(F ro m ' +:1 ]ia I- 4 Y u s. ") ' • Madame lMelba halas now given two concerts ii Victoria s ?or the' bene lit oC thle Patriotic I'und. Only ]a.st week it was a crowded audience at the Auditorium. with the rattle of Melblouine tirafic. aud the glare of a hiundred wiiiting motor-cars out .side. ' On Monday it was in a litt.le country lall - with the cold evenino" air blowing down from thel netarb, mountains. and a.-misce:la~iubus oAl lcct;ion of buggies, jinkcis, and far mcis' waggolns hitchied up inl the yard. But thle spirit was tle sa.m, maid tlih National Anthemt was .s devoutly sung by the ihundreds on Molnd.y nighlt is it was by the thuiusands in Melbourne last: weok. TIlie motive ol tihe concertc was the same, and the shillings collected in Lilydale were .given with asfull u heart as t,he guineas that were the result of the 3Melbou-iine co ncee. Above all ,the picsiding gcuius was the saiie, atd wihent one saivs that. thle presiding genius 'was 'Ladamnu Jcllba one hlas said ...

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STEVENS' BARRICADE DRAIN. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

STEVENS' BARRIOADE DRAIN To the Editor. 'ir,-As this matteri has againm been revived, and as the subtle intel lect of 21r 1latswelu and the splendi(I eloquence of Air- Thomas Buchauan have been displayed before the houn cil, perhaps it is only right; in order to show that no private or public wrong has'been done. that my posi tion should be clearly stiated The facts are as follows :-For a long time tohe huge portions an?l. posts of a decayed bridge lay on tlhepub lie road, until a l ood .washed one of the. posts aginst a conclete wU'll on :my land anid destroyqed it., J wrote to tlhe, council, iud the cdun cil made repairs. IiltnediatelV7 ,u - chanan and l1atswell grew .iysteri-: cal, and protested to the council' but for what reason no one can uin derstand, as the money Nwas paid by th1 cct.ral riding, and notl out of their pockets.. Tlhe cuncil' posted me a copy of their lefter, in wliclh it stated that 'the barricade drain flooded their land for six months in the year I wr6te at ...

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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 18 September 1914

,sstji4ARY I. th1 and U. liner b id in I crth state Iendoeae s .1agdeburg iy , Lt i itll a Glat11 i;ý ;"- it !' illllil'Ut" Ui J O :=;;. to t officer o1 ?aru11 like steamer : d a It and wounded on nelly becalue " ati"- nt ' . the h (ld, ' ' quantity of ex'lo Sthe drought, inquiry :~:llo the Luitds depart 0 hts on the St le Little Desert. SS 111 ti Iii Goroice it , 1 % , nl o b0UO to il' "re j\cant, and aek ,ti,.r:.1 ,12 opportun Srit i' prpoied to a ,yai,,'o' s ioulged on 16th. neta'iotn froll . ; ai,0aIy Leagt:_ i t1 r o1 1 1 li vays .al 'l 1.,o ed raihwav from ,:i.nhtlpe E:statc ..e a, mile', further, ..... l'i)onal '.. It ) I T)o I> ol. t ,,.1 t he 1t011 e xtsi o nl lIt thle bnt frlluit-grcw e-t, te woa uuld be t:p , -t raldvantage of pro rr ll t'r8 adt ancemlnlt o1 rt;e 3M i-ter, in -reply, • th r e l?lations of tile o1id be i,laced before the 1 'Lolllll tte. ar;in of the Expedition ,en roll ito ly a i ot or t,.l P ar". ,ydney, on' it.l" " ;In l it I 11In-collm 11Is :.r nd ,i...

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