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WINDSOR UNDER MARTIAL LAW [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

WINDSOR UNDER MARTIAL LAW To the President and Committee of the School of Arts Windsor. (Per favor of the Australian.J MB. PRESIDENT AND GENTLEMEN,-As the season for the asnal yearly course of lectures is approaching, permit me to ask if it is your intention invested as you are with power by the Subscribers, not only to defend the Lecturers from such conduct as drove His Honor Judge Francis from the platform, when delivering a most intellectual discourse on the characters and writings of Scott and Byron. But also to protect such strangers as may honour this town with the light of genius or science I Will you guarantee the Ladies who visit the School ot Arts, against the recurrence of such a scene as took place there during the Amateur Concert ? other- I wise toe the gentlewomen of every class and position, as well as children, should petition the gallant and courteous commanding officer of our Volunteer Rifle Corps to assume the duty you neglect, before Windsor is utterly disgraced ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW BRIDGE. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

THE ÑEW MIDGE. ( To the Editor of the Australian.) Sm,--I- bare been informed that it is contemplated by the. friends of Mr. John M'Quade to hare, if possible, the new bridge called after that persons name. Tobe fore-; warned is to . be forearmed. Surely it ie sufficient, and morethan sufficient, tobare the park called after that individual, but pray do not tamely submit to having the new bridge burlesqued in this way. Whatever has M'Quade done for the district to entitle ki» name to be appended to your public buildings in «ny way 2 Whatever has he or his ancestry or descendante ever done to de- serve any distinction-any public, recognition whatever ? Have they added to the moral stamina of the district 7 Have they added to its respectability ? Have they increased its intelligence ? What have they done ? If so name the bridge 'M'Qnade,' it is a pretty name! These are most important questions, and to my mind not to be trifled with. I therefore trust that some influence trill be U6ed,...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

Inquest. AN inquest tras held on Monday last at the residence of Mr. Lebane, Eastern Greek/ be- fore Mr. Johnston J. P. Coroner, and a Jury, on the body of a man named Peter Torey. Robert Douglass deposed : I em a labourer .residing on Windsor road; about eleven o'clock' on Saturday morning last the de- ceased went with myself and William Slaney, to show us the way to where some billet wood was hying cut ; when we got into the bush, he caught hold of a log to move it out of the way for the dray to pass ; he then l^vok his axe and went about a hundred y«rda, Vhea Slaney said to me. " «»<*e*B Fêter lying fife his back "? *° *en* to h'm &na" lifted Wfn. up twice but he could not stand ; I stopped with him while Slaney went to «ail i deceased's sister Mrs. Lehane ; Tf¡ <lied in a few minutes ; the . body was removed to Lehane's house where it now lies. William Slaney deposed : I am a labourer and reside on the Windsor road ; on Satur-, day last the deceased...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GAY AND THE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

T|P npLY|AND THE QmAffE. .of vigor and aspect pf the gay' and the grave alternate!y. A specimen of both was furnished us the week before last.- The' exploit of Mayor M'Quade to make himself famous was un-», dóubtedly funny. ' By curious arti hfe suc-S ceeded iu getting himself elected! Mayor.;, and now, as this dignity is rather ephemeral, and the name of "M'Quade" is not very aristocratic, how excusable the Mayor's anxiety tb have the "Windsor Park" duly re-named by a sort of Popish christening, "M'^uade Park!" It is amusing to read the account of the proceedings in the Windsor Council when, the Mayor accomplished the wish of his heart. Four of the Aldermen roted against the proposal that the Park : should be called by the. name Of M'Quádey ?and three voted for it. The Mayor then | voted for himself to make a tie ; and, because as Mayor he had a double vote, the patriotic Mayor then gave his casting vote, and so the proposal iras carried ! It puts you in mind of Paddy wearing cloth...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, June 13th 1874. (Before R. Dick and J. M. M'Quade Esqs. J.P's.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, June 13th 1874. (Before R. Dick and J. M. M'Quade Esqs. J.P's.) LAEOENY. John Williams was brought np on remand charged w:.th stealing a watch, the property of Mr. Black of Wiseman's Ferry. The following additional evidence was taken. James Rowland Griffin said, that he had been working on the telegraph line at Wise- man's Ferry ; on the first of the present month he saw Defendant at Wiseman's Ferry ; he came to where witness was at work ; wit- ness had a bottle of mm, and defendant asked him for a drink ; he said all right and gave it him'; he Baw no more of defendant until evening at which time he was leaving work and crossing the river ; he asked defendjint where he was going with bis bedding ; he said he waa leaving the b-meaning Black i as he had charged him 4s. for a goose, but said he I have got something here in my pocket that is worth more than the goose ; | , eter Freier said, ne was a watch indsor ; defendant came to his shep on th 3rd inlf...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

tn %.^^orm^ïf<^i^fef, timm***** m* imteàfr ñ»«$***titei ¡boient, and will contínne open for P.¡ < Open from 10 a. m. to 10 p. mj>--:^: Horses! Norse*!! JTÏ BîfHTH, wîW eeîl by Auction at the . ïltaroy Hoteï, Wtedsoi',at 2 o'clock, p.m,THÍ$;DÁY,,;"'; .;^',.v;.,. Several head of Horns, containing light, and heavy draught, and saddle horses, Terms, Gash. 46 Acre» or Land at Wilber- force, ¡ JT. SMITH, has received instructions , from thé Mortgagee, to sell bj public AÄon.at the Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor, at 2 o^lojcsrp, m. bn WffRSDAir, f&h Inst. Tvo parcels of, land, com^mingtogether 45 acres, more cir less, contagious ; being ppr tipnt of John, Hpwarth's, tgraut-one portion beiinjg: àefhéà by, ilp^H Cobcroft, to Mary Ann Ford, àndïbie otter to George Cobcroft* , Fm bonadiMies^ and^partieiilaTSi Apply to B,;Golcy, 3&q; Solicitor, or ta the Auctioneer. Terms at sale*. Cottage to Let. THE undersigned (who is leaving tho1 dis fcrlct)V wMd bo glad to ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our correspondents.] THE RELEASE OF GARDINER & Co. (To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

Wt do not identify ouraelvei with the opinions of our correspondents.] THE RELEASE. OF GARDINER & Co. {To the Editor pf the Australian.) \ Si»,-Your numerous, readers on the hawkesbury will have noticed with regret and amwemrat, that Mr, Piddington Toted with Piddington wo uld sot hs^donè thife eren te fsave a Government. Tn* people of 'Windsor sod Bichmond srill «lao have notíeed that Mr. Drirer nt>t only eigned the petition for Gar diner's release, but advocated the remhwionof Ibis, and the oütor prisoners centeneos m the .House, end voted with the Government for I ' I onfy trost that tho Electors will remem ber thèse! things at the -proper time. j Yours, &c, j ; HONESTAS, j June. 15th, 1874,

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FURTHER [?] [?] ABOUT THE SIAMESE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

HO) IT".:?; T/f-'^'S^'^'^^it^'T '??"?irr? in ine country ot Surry, m a pyace^am§| Mount Airy, ,|n -whicli^^^e^qTf. xesi^.^ "pe ètiîdîeà megilp the ^?^¿'''1^011%^'. in Phnaâeîp|ija,,riri tie; year *' |p| 7« [-'j^W ol>t^1 n,)ng J* ie d^ree of M.D."lieT xrouneo1 South, anil has since remained tjbere. ., The Fm* continues ' Spoç.làj^^amv.tng Jn -Philadelphia,:Dr. Hollingsworth1 proceeded to the office of Dr. Pahcost,, at s lElèjentîi and. .Walunt-streets, and a private consuítation between these two gentlemen was held regarding future move- ments to be made in a matter of examination. Throqgh the courtney of Dr. Pancost, a re- porterof the Press was admitted to the council, and the following sketch of the deceased was offered r-The twins were born in the village of Maklong, on the coaßt of Siam, in the year 1811, and came to the United States about the year 1829. After travelling through this country and Europe, in 1846, brought a plantation at a email town named Trop-hole, in Wilkes...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHKAJPS.-It iff hardly necessary to say much in the way of recommending this now well-known and popu- lar beverage. It has been before the publie for some time, and the quantity consumed speaks well for the estimation in which it is held. A great deal of stuff, called schnapps, but which is nothing but common Genera, is sold at some houses, and no doubt injures the sale of the real article, but any person so committing himself is liable to prosecution«. The genuine Wolfe's Aromatie Schiedam Schnapps, it is stated, has been thoroughly tested by eminent physicians, and their numerous testimonials all state it to be a most excellent stimulant and diuretic. A few of these testimonials appear in our advertising columns. There is no doubt Wolfe's Schnapps is the best alcoholic liquor yet in- troduced for the use mankind, and the sales of it are now extraordinary.-ADV. Not A MIBACULODS PANACEA.-We are glad to see that Switzerlands famous cordial and tonic, the oldest prep...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

A SPECIAL meeline of-ihe above was held on . and confirmed. t The Mayor reported that he had called upon the Colonial Treasurer, who had. in1 > formed him that the grant for the Park would be payable in a dj^<£^wp, 8PECIAL BUSINESS. ( Tf*».|ake iuto cpnsidsration the report o^ 'mançei^mmittee^ Alderman' Moses said there was no o©-~ .rasión for a debate oh gestión, as the sOl^ect had been fuily ventih*t<«d ; al the pre- vious meeting ; he <woul d, therefo re move that the,Finance ¿ííommj&ee's Import b^^^pt^ subject'to the erasure of au matters apjpcp lifo'GoWM^QiSki wWthe exception that the Mayor apply to him for the amount of his deficiency, and in the event of his not paying that his surety be applied to. Alderman Linsley seconded the motion. Carried. The Council then rose.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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WRECK OF THE BRITISH ADMIRAL. RECOVERY OF BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

WRECK OF THE BRITISH ADMIRAL. RECOVERY OF BODIES. THB special reporter of the Melbourne Argus thus describes the finding and burial of some of the bodies of those wrecked in the above vessel :-" Before sunrise there was a general more, and the first look was cast to seaward, where the Pharos was to be seen standing in for the land, and at an carly hour Captain Anderson cast anchor in seven fathoms of water, about two miles from the harbour. He at once came on shore with a boat's crew, and it was decided that one party should proceed along the coast to the northward, while the remainder of the men should go along the beach to the southward of the point reached the previous afternoon, in order to ascertain whether there were any bodies. It may here be stated that to the northward of Currie Harbour, the coast was found to bo very rocky, and the only trace of the wreck to be seen in that direction consisted of a number of casks of beer among tbe rocks. The remainder of the men, led by C...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICHMOND MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

fRICH^QNtt WtffCIPAL' COUNCIL. » j f. I I ~f: " ! THEJflsual mee|ij|g. of the above was held on fWedtíeída^y''. mght last -Present, the "Mayor Aldermen1 Dttekfer, -Price, Bedwell, Tomkinson, CrUferd, -Turner, Quest and Frykfc ^ MOTOTES. The minutes of the previous meeting wore rem and confirmed. EEPOBTS. The Finance Committee's report recom- mending the payment of sundry accounts waswpon the motion of Aldermán Decker, ^seconded by Alderman Turner received and subsequently adopted. - , MOTIOÎÏ8. ^ Alderman Turner mored that Tenders be invited for the formation nf March-street, from Bosworth to Chapel-street. Alderman Crisford seconded tho motion. Carried. Alderman Turner mored that on application 1 from any Owner or occupier of property-within the Borough, this Council resolves to ftfrm .approaches (with drain pipes,at half the entire cost) to such property, Alderman Ducker seconded, the motion. Carried. < Alderman Turner proposed that the Mayor and Works Committee be requ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TITTLE TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

TITTLE TATTLE. TÓE respectable portion of the public who heard of it were startled on Saturday last, by the announcement in our fenian contemporary that the Government contemplated calling the newbridge, 'M'Quade' adding another insultto the district after their conduct as to the park. I am sure the whole district would rise up against such a desecration. The rumour it 6eems has reached Sydney, and I would draw attention to an excellent letter on the subject from an intelligent gentleman of that city, ^hieh appears amongst our correspondence. .Tmv^E^ss and assurance of this man M'Quad^seems boundless; but really he is not so mu»h to blame as the base creatures who support him in his presumptuous projects, i However I cannot bring myself to believe that the Government will commit such an act of folly, as to name the bridge after him. If so, it would be time for all decent people to leave iüs place, and let tho blackguards have it to themselves. The old Fiddler dies hard ; but he obey...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] [?] ODE TO [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

st, AW TH© ^\M^w^mm^%m^^ 1 storms ',"'t f >w KtfmJíi>*J*-w ÍÍ¡Í, ^JOB Of cottatless1^;«e4Prî0^r«|«tti? 3?h^^ j gazed, : ,.; «..; .HI .% :yt m^o The lighteüing'í flashing roü^: %^ I ...tPpS,._"? .y. r lAs if they ¿fyfvqij.fe casjUtbem proáe to j earth, " " incensed at their thus daring to asoend [To. such a height,, as;if. to *eafc)i behind ; ¡The dark, sulphuresus canopj 'of-clpjqd ' " ' ¡In which they dwell, veiled from the eyes of I; -man. . " : ;' ' ."'v 1 . - t"% ' '.>< ' '"' And watched the trWs theif giant branche* I bend ..v> . .n.-'" ¡Before the fierce tempestuous wind, that I <<m(tj&r> -- : - fj.^r i*-&t jRoshing and roarirujiliks'ihe ocean's surge When tempests fierce~-4W8all the might/ ; deep ; . ' ' ¡ . ' And in the Talley scarce a leaf was stirred^ jl¿ seemed like a Christian's sonly that, wW* ¡The troubles, woes, and storms of life assail, Remains unshaken, sheltered by that Power, ; Who's promised Strengt...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHADOW HAND. A THRILLING ROMANCE. CHAPTER XVIII. A PAINFUL DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

twlii»! htó'ling«r«áaboftt îiïslïps. ~ « *\ toTè btw1 "heé',^vrifc^âri|ï';r»4à %as tob ? patient besides, torment her conduct^ some * men would, but he felt it the moré that she *"* «aid nothing.; ; Completely «hilled, lie followed her into the house, without matong any etfórfc tè a£ tract W attention. Mrs." Wüls,; wab'Wi' been keeping house for Brent in Mary's absènee, had set the table ; but somehow you ; missed the order and propriety bf Mary's own management, although yon could hardly tell in what the difference consisted. She sat downland poured out the tea, and Y tried to look cheerful, if bnly because her f father^ras so glad to have lier home again ; ' but she felt it was a hollow pretence, and that r Giles saw through if the others' did not. Giles was silent and abstracted during the ' meal, eating scarcely anything ; and Brent ^ noticed this at last, and called out, gaily, ¡ ; Why . what's up, man ? . .Yon don't seem U very pleased to have the lass home.* ?7> Giles ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

f Auctioneers. STR.-BEOWEL.L. &. CO., ?/ AUCTIONEERS, t RICHMOND! WaiDSOR,. Alto SYDNEY. ^^LR. BEDWELL conducts Salts by Auction OB ^^?L&y and Friday, at Railway T<rminu», Sydney. ^^Hknt Sales pauSeied and Market advices given ^^^H||jfej:.«<fle, at om Windsor Office. BULLIS Sc COMPANY, ^Mtfottcers Ac Commission Agents. ^ÊdlLWAT AUCTION PEOLUCE DEPOT, H 763, George-btreet South. H ¿ SYDNEY. ^Hb*e sale of Cattle, Sheep, Lambs, Pig«, Calves, HF»nd Dairy Produce, Wool. Tallow, Hides, Heepgkins, &o. \ -ktg%dar Sato-Tueaâfy*, Thurtdapt, $ Fridays. 'All Produce forwarded mHl, on receipt of advice, m .removed to the Depot, /rom the Railway Station F Wharves-. -, f FREE OF CHARGE TO THE SENDER. rMEDICAlJ>ISCOVE|lY ï ! A SAFE ASID CE RT Al S DURE FOE TOOTHACHE. TT AVING suffered severely from the above fttrJL distressing malady, and after trying ^^best known remedies without experiencing ^Bjrcli^ I commenced A series of experi ^^B||í scientific...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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KING'S ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

KING'S ISLAND. IN a very lengthy account of the visit of " the Pharos to King?s Island, in search of ' the bodies lost in the British Admiral, the Argus gires the following description of the 1 island, now so celebrated for wrecks :-' Kings Island is about 45 miles long by Io miles in breadth, and is in most parts covered with a dense scrnb, with occasional patches of open country. It abounds with kangaroo and wallaby, the hunting of which for the sake of the skins constitutes the support of about ten men. Among the rocks lining the west coast are to be found plenty of fish, and a few small craft Oc- casionally run across from Melbourne to secure a cargo. Crayfish are abundant.'! At the Cage Wickham lighthouse there, are stationed the families of the lighthouse- , keeper and his assistants, and these consti-^ tute the -whole population of the island The writer says :-' Currie harbonr is a small semi-circular cleft in the rocks, about three acres in extent, and When the wind is blowi...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CHAPTER XIX. A MAN'S FAITH AND WHAT IT IS WORTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

CHAPTER XIX. ? MAN'S FAITH AND WHAT IT IS WORTH. All the autumn Lord Fillmore kept true to the sweet young wife he had won. , The difficulty of their meetings stimulated his ardour, and gave him no time to tire of her beauty, which grew, day by day, more delicate and refined. But by the time the weather was really cold, and the woods were no longer a pleasant place of rendezvous, the novelty having worn off, his natural indolence of character began to prevail over his passion, and he got into the habit of making excuses to Mary tor not seeing her so often as heretofore. The only comfort thc poor child had in the world was in these meetings. But her great love made her penetrating as well as patient, and though she saw that he was less eager than formerly to find opportunities, 6he did not complain. Night after night she cried herself to sleep, but never one murmur escaped her gentle lips. Gi1 es noticed the alteration in her looks sooner than any one, for he iras wise, too, by reaso...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIGHLAND FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 20 June 1874

HIGHLAND FARMS. Thc size of some of the highland farms is to be reckoned by miles, not by acres, and the stock, as in Australia, by the thousand. The largest sheepowner, perhaps that the Highlands ever knew, was Cameron of Corrichollie, now dead. He was once examined before a Committee of the House of Commons, and came to be questioned on the subject of his ownership of sheep. 4 You may have some 1.500 sheep, pro- bably, sir V quoth the interrogating M.P. 4 Aiblins,' was Corrichollie's quiet repiy, as he took a pinch of snuff ; ' Aiblins I have a few more nor that.' Two thousand then V 1 Yes, I b'lave I hae that and a few more forbye,' calmly responded the Highlander with another pinch. ' Five thousand ?' 4 Oh aye, and a few more.' ( Twenty thousand, Bir 7' cried the M.P. capping with a burst his previous bid. ' Oh aye, and some more forbye,' was the impurturable response of Corrichollie. 4 In heaven's name, how many sheep h^ave you, man ?' burst out the astonished catechist. 4 I'm ...

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