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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

A. GRICUITUN L NOTES. Tb mM.i w.em of the -as fsw wioa id balteas the farmeuto atln eos Un a I wlbt?bth ploughlag, and, as will be Sfrom our eorespondents' leers, there i Sery probabilility, notwithstandlag the late.... of the rains this autumn, of the area under wheat bring quite a. great as last I year. The paetorat outlook is dally improving, ly and lbe gras will eontinue to spring rapidly | until the sold weather sete in. -? With referenoe to the proposal to increase a the stock tax between this edlooy and New Seoth Wales, the following letter, dated - 2lBh May, has teen addressed to the Com e mislioner of Customs by the Benambra Stock . aund Psutoure Protetion Association, and s presented by Mr. Wright, M.ILA. -" Sir, , we have the honour to inform you that at the Slast metingo of the board of directors of the Benambra Stock and Peturee Protection o Aeociaton, held at Tallanptta, a resola sion was - psed to the effect that ron be commannioted witb regalrdin Sthe proposal ot the...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

The yw taet hootye in tgi-Jaobs Dumbwd SouSa. .0 Cosb) BoUsbs bismeet. -(ADm) L. Stevenson A Sons Limited, Omtleg the bodumemeo l. SXNVKNUON ..d DOIe, W ~U b Lbw I=ICI·Lr aned Oil" 14 FlImie.. Lam. M Eay aumma.r CAPITAL. 1100,010 Larpaa ode omw.. wYmM 3ms. C. m.. J N L.O.; tht Hre. .ward L oa; 3. Ucyd Noed.e. 11, 3 Nineaylo dS I. idalum to the01 a., hame, be pro* t A1 f LL o00UU11 a MUNON£nDN ASNIWU aor tthm Wl DTIN Or 3UTJIG. ft am ao. as P./ to .elst 411014m at Gnomes . u1m N as. eIsuD J useum. I 0. ngf3ViNOW VWeeet,. Meel.. tedoa Albert Building Society. 1OA1 OF D151001033 DAVID M1AIN. I.Q. >E1. J. T. D33NaN.a.L.A. N. J. LAUGDON.bq., i.P 3.A. 3l09a1.1 ge. 3ma d. Jr. 1.133, NLr ; 3DWA3D WAT~I3,3I. ILtlepad.aam to. AH,. DIt mini Dmn aa 111L~(H Iei~ dafty as pin.mh te oft1. U. Emth 11mosS. toad's 0Spe oML; 0S. yn .ORornL 6h11. r pymat ma bred ta ma lowh . . weet lrtmps. e1d ha.m .pssfl oymeddmed. OB1( 8: V QUEEN'S WALK (0ppedto tew.ha3J.a MaOB Donaldson and .Co. Limitsd, STOOD sl...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

N1ERVO.uS. MEN, young and old, married or single sEffering. from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, Loss of.Manhood, Vital aPower,. aqd ll diseases of the Genito-Urinary Or~ni, may obtaini, fee, a valuable treatise. by an eminent Surgeon, containing full iiforma. ion regarding self-treatment,by applying y letter to Box 1031, G.P.O., Sydney, J..G. YANDELL Consulting Herbalist 32 Chapel street Prabran. Oonsltation Free -(Ad dt.) . TANDELL'S DIA&RHIOA YIXTi?? the must efficacious preparation for this com plaint quickly relieves and restores they ytem to iti sattual adtion.-(Advt.) • A good Investment ! Now, as silver has gone wrong yon will find a good investment by patronising VANCE & CO., Cash Drapers, Bay Street. All the newest novelties in Millinery, Gloves, Dresses, Hosiery, Manchester, Dress making, &c., &c., at lowest Cash prices. Open from 8.30 a.m. till 8 p,m. and 10 on Saturdays,

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A PARSON'S FIXES. (CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

{ A PARSO\'B FIXES, . - (Cuiuxs es Joantni) Oon' wintry Sunday evening I was oai inationg for the first time, at a mission ch iroh in anoutlyingpart of the parih. The S ulpit, a formidable but rickety structure was approached by a high and shaky flight of steps, and was illuminated by two tallow candlesintin eoonoes, on either aide of She preacher. I had observed some slight en steadiness on the part of the friendly dips and accordingly had at fi st moved about a littleas possible. However, as the sermo went on, ountion was forgottea, and warm Ing with my subject, I began to Indulge in a little oratorical amion. Reach g a olimax in my discourse. both my arms, and brought then suddenly down on the deal book-board with Sasbarp blor.: The result was that the dip boonoed neatly out of the sconoes, pet formed swift somersault. and disappeared down below,. among some females, ift one might j? dgs by the nolise that ensued, By the unfeigned laugh with which my exploit was received, I presu...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

SMALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, JCUN 12. Present- .A.-E. Glarke (president), iRobinisi, ~Mercer, McKinley, Wood mason, Edasll, Heywood and Mar* tin. CORBp? PONDENCE. ri Fo Mr. C(rimiing, onbehalf of a tramway syndicate, desiring partieu lars ith reference: to their proposals to construct a line of tramway through the Malvern Shire from Prahran to GlenxIis railray, via:High street and Wattle Tree road.-It was decided to appoint a committee consisting of the President and OrC Benson and Wood mason, to glean all particulars from the .syndicatoe in connectiii. with the proposed tramways. From the Department of. Lnnds and Survey,'ehnuiring *hether ini the event of the application from the Malvern Shire--Council being'.' gt-ted foritle perminaerf reserittion of the recrea tion ground, they would be prepared to improve: and- mintiu. the:lrld aa a publi' garden "nd' place of resort. The Secretary was instructed to reply that the council hadidalrefiy iado ar rangements to that effect. The rp...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A HALL MASTER IN AN ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

A HALL MASTEB IN AN ' ASYLUM FOR THE INSANE. al (SEW TORK SUN.) pi About once a month you. will see a news- ol paper report concerning some insane asylum, p and the sta-ement that some pat:ent has hi been abused:is sure to be made. No Il doubt there are cases where keepers lose tr c. eir tempera and inflict summary punish- i ment, but there : one thing you a never hear of .throogh the Press, that T is! the iujuetico inflioled upon keepers h I hive been bitten as fiercely as by a at tiger kicked until my leg were black and tl blue, and knocked square down a d sen times by patients, but Inever gave it out o a the Press. I have known of keepers being tl crippled or killed, and I have a- veral sears a which will go with me to the grave. For a mtn to. go on watch over insane people, 6 Sspecially meno, I. a. m.re dangerous sitoa stin for him than about a powder mill. If fi he has an average lot to deal with, he will b have to pat his hands. and perhaps his feet, a upon some one nearlyever...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LORD'S DAY OBSERVANCE SOCIETY. STATEMENT WITH [?] TO THE RECENT ADDITIONAL SUNDAY TRAINS ON THE VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

L)D'B DAY OBBERVANOE 800IETY. I aItUW msotws m io wa asoms ADDITIONAhL NEDS TUT hil THE VI~ TORIAoAx AIurWA.w I In order to apprehed the podtioastkes up a by the Society. it is necessary to refer to 'the t status quo when the Railways were placed by SAct of Parliament under the control of Oommirsioners. Prior to that the only Sunday trains run wereon the short suburban line - between Melbourne, Sandridge, St. Kilda, Brighton, Williamsowo, Camberwell. and E'sendoo The Act appointing the Comminionser and plsaing the lines ender their control eontains the following clanes inrted by Parliament, to indicate that the poliyo of the country is not to run trains on Sunday for revenue purposes ; or to increase Sunday work in the Department except in cans of necessity, and with the mature conlte? of the Government, which is of counse responlble to Parliament: -"No alterations in the practice of the department in relation to the running of Sunday trains shall he made by the Commiseioners withou...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE LEADER. JUSTICE TO ALL. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1888. A KNOTTY QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

THE LEADER. SJorlTOI T0 ALL. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1888. A KNOTTY QUESTION. Tax Minister of Public Works had rather a lively time of it last Tuesday morning, when interviewed by a depu tation representative of Elaternwick Severance Committee.: Mr. H. R. Reid set the beil rolling by'stating.that about one.half of E!aternwick was in Caulfield, one-fourth in Brighton, and one-fourth in St:.. Kilda: The resi. dents desired that it should be severed from those districts, and formed into a separate municipality; Such new munfcipaltny woulda have al0 area of 1,500 acres, and a rateable value of £800,000. The increase in the rate able value of property within the districts in which Elsternwick was situated, during the past eight years was 133 per cent., whereas the increase in the total rateable value of property in the colony as a whole was only 60 per cent. Elsternwick might there fore be severed from these districts of which it now formed part without crippling any of them, because Brighton...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIES BE NOT DECEIVED! [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

WIT AND HUMOUR. LADIES BE NOT DECEIVED ! Inferior imitation, of Genuine Magse Soap we in the market. Look to the brand. "A :eart Pierced with an Arrow," if lon want tour clothes washed in twenty minutes with at rubbing orinjury. The Victoria Sopand Candle Company, Seelog.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE OUTLAWS OF TUN-STALL FOREST. A ROMANCE OF THE OLD WORLD. BOOK II. THE MOAT HOUSE. CHAPTER II. THE TWO OATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

THE OUTLAWS O.F.TUN li,; STALL FORE8T AAR.OMANCE O? THEB OLD WOBRD. SBrIROBE.T. MLOUIS STEVIIN , " efJrg amubu i "rmZeasure Isnsd," et. ,c. ' · ...BOOM IL THE M1OT HOUd.1 '- I : APER II. TaH TWO OnTes. lDanIe was in the hall; there be paced engyly before' the isee, awaiting Dick's ?nulval. No. was by: az.p, S r Oriver, and aIest diScrSeetl backward, tiuouubing and mutteing over his breviary. .Y' hai .ve sent for me, Sc, Doniel? said young Shelton. ' have cent for yon, indeled,' replied the knight. 'For what come' it to mine ears? -ae:el been to you so heasvr n.ardian that '-.akbse hste bo credit ill of ms? Or ebth -r'ye see me, for the nonceO some *cruted, do ye think to quit my party? By the meas, your father was not so I Those he was near, those he stood by, come wind or her. But you, Dick, y are a fair-day - , t es meth, anrd now seek to clear --_s?elf of your alleliance., SAnSt please you, Sir Daniel, not o,' re tin Dick, firmnly. 'I an grateful and faithful where gratitude and ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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SCIENCE IN COURTSHIP. (CHICAGO TRIBUNE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

SIENCE IN COURTSHIP. (losCAoo Taauita) " Aryou in earnest, Mr. Hnkilneon?' The lovely girl who asked this question of Marcellus Hankinson sat behind the centre table with her bhand in her lap, and regarded thbe young man intently. "In earnest, Irene r' he exclaimed, pale with emotion and chronic dyspepsia. " he whole happiness of my life is wrapped up in our answer to the question I have asked. If yon still trust our fatursain my hande. my life ,hall be devoted to the task or making you happy. It will be my sole aim to shield you from the rude blasts of all advereity toesmooth your pathway through the world, to interpose my right arm between you and every danger that threatens to distoure our peace, and-" "If I listen to ouar suit, Mr. Haekinaon." interrapted the goug lady, catingos her els with some timidity and conlasion to the floor. " onu may regrat it some day. You would find me ignorant of the practical duties of housekeeping. and without--" " Practiceal douties of housekeepin...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SALES OF PROPERTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

SALES OF PROPERTIES. LMessrs. Munro and. Baillien report having sold on Saturday afternoon 33 allotments:in Mount Bischoff, Preston, for a total of £7,732 11s. 6d., and 32 allotments in the Darlinrjton Reserve, Malvern, for a total of S,386.12s. 6d. Total sales for the afternoon, £13,119 4s. Mr. Robert S. Hair reports having held a successful-sale ofthI Mentone Railway Reserve, Mentoie, on Satur. day afternoon. A-ll the business'front ag.,s to the visin Mordialloo road were sold, at from £3 10. to £3 2s. 6d. per, foot. Oakleigh road frontages realised from.31a. to 24.., and the villa sites in the subdivision between these ioads at from 31s. to 21x,, but mostly at 29s per foot. Total, £4,287 6s.4d. 4d. Mr. J. C. Kelly, commission agent, Mentone, reports having:'sold during the past week, aportion of Mr. Gould thoipe's property at Mentone, to Mr. Gankroger, of Melbourne, at a very satiitsctory figs e.

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IN THE HOLLOW OF AN OAK. (CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

IN THB HOL?OW Of AN OAL. (Itnmanaa'e 5o0wAr.) Some wuode?ater in lb. frmest of Dremallg mede a strange dabovsey. They began to fell a vacrebl oak, whichtbey sere found to beqults hollow. Bd.a bali. doesued, it speedlly ea so ithegoeed with a•b; dhlal galg d h eketon in exellent preervatio;n e?e the .bots, whihob came above the knees, were perfeac By bl eide was a poder bora, a pmrelale pipe bowl, ·sd a Sliver wathe. Tbe Tekb were perfeot. It wueld seem to be the ekeletol of a man betwe a thirty and forty years of age. It is conjeesed that wbilt eogepd in bua?ner he climbed the tie for some purpose an sllpped into the bollow trcek, from which there was no releae, and be probably died of starvation.

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR MEMBER BANQUETED. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

OUR MEMBER BANQUETED. On Thursday evening last a compli. mentary banquet was given to the Ron. Thos. Bent, M.LA., by his con stituents and friends, in the drill room, in recognition of. his public services, and as an expression of their undi minished confidence in him. The room was filled by an enthusiastio and appreciative audience, numbering over 300. The Ibuilding was handsomely decorated and adorned with flags, banners, bannerettes, and festoons of flowers and greens. The chair was filled by Thomas Crisp, Esq., and amongst those present were Sir Bryan O'Loghlen, M.L.A., Messrs. 0. HL James and Dr. Dobson, Ms.L.O., Messrs. Brown, Graves, Jones, Lang don, and Young, M.L.A's., Messrs. Thompson, Campbell, and other notables and representatives from the adjacent municipalities. After the usual loyal toasts, Mr W. K. Thompson gave the toast of " the Parliament of Victoria," to which Dr. Dobson and Mr C. H. James, M.L.as. and Messrs Jones and Young, M.L.As, responded, each of them spea...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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THE YOUNG FOLKS. A REMARKABLE DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

THE YOUNG FOLKS. A REAREARBLF. DOG. BY Wi aoSn BaLenzrr. SAll who saw.*Tbhe omsy B' at the Prineess Thesatre LondOn, lad the Grand, Le-ds, must hae sees and admired the dog Lion, for he never missed a performance, never shot a doetor' acertifiste for colt, sore throat, or stage indisposition of any kind, nor did bhe ever even hint that be required a night oB' for a rest or holiday. A big handsome fellow be was, with glossy curly blck coat that shone in the ean and the gas, like a mae of span jet I A noble bead and aoe, and soft, deep brown, thoughtful eyes, that at times gave you a look which was startling, so human wasuit-huanity at its beet, I mean, A fasoouita with the audienue, Lion was loved by the actors, and particularly so by his pretty young mistress, Gerty Hackett, to whom, in return, be was devotedly attaohed. tIon's first appearane on the Stge was in ' The Romany Rye,' and his part was a very good and a very im portant one. In the first act he had to leap on to the stlla...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN INDEPENDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

THE LADIES' COLUMN. .Br Vav. INDEPENDENCOE. S?Iependsene il at once one of the meet useful and fascinating of virtues, and one maost liable to abuse. It is the fashion nowadays to admire independent women. and, like all fashion, it s apt to be carried to excess. "Aide-tot et Dioe t'sidera i* doubaless an admirable motto to take a one's guiding star through life; but an ex aese of independence in a character is aute to make it a hard, sharp, and unlovable one. "To blow a trumpet of defiance before us, to condemn observances to oonventionalities that are irksome to us, and to scoff at etiquette, to which we fall to coon formdoesnot ooantitute independence,' says a writer on this subject. "It is only its shadow, and proves nothing but an uncer tain footing on society's ladder. Real inde pendence is more modest, and bears a truer riogof slcerity and truth." '"It is love that makes the world go round," says the old song, and the woman whose idea of independence is to tread on everyone's ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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A SENSELESS CUSTOM ABOLISHED. (LONDON LIFE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

A SBNSELESS :USrOM ABOLISHaDi (LODOxN IN.) The anoient Prussian cuatom of holdnl : ' Black Drawing room " after Ihe monas oh . death ha been honoured In the breech "n this occasion. Formerly in Prussia. so sons - the King was dead. all the Minstaers at the Crown, foreign Ministers, msa the C?a0 ? trpai/di.in./nlt derea It tLhe·alt?. Sfiroym a they eterd wr b h lighted; bat gradually. a they went throw the difsrent apartments leading to throne.room the lighting became dnmae and dimmer, till, this last being reached, N was found in aemidarknes. Arounad ti. throne were gouped a series of wawe igaren deeply veiled with black, repreetse-; Lug the chief members of the new Coalsl and before thesem the high dignitaries olemnly pased, bowing themrelves at-h backward. The wisdom of dropping see . grotesoque mummery is scarcely open questa i.

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BISMARK AND VON MOLTKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

BISMARK AND VON MOLTKE. (BI A aar N Coamounarr.) While the President, who haa the air of a mean about to deliver a sermon, i conversig Sedately with a group of deputies on the steps of his pulpit, a dark young man enters at his right bhand from a' door 'in the rear. and lays a large red portfolio on the shelf in front of the Ministerial seat nearest the tribune. Just beaeath stands a tall man of slender build, in an undress uniform of dark blue and red, his smooth-.haven face scored allover with flee lines, the ncee quiline and thin, eyes sunken, forehead lofty and broad and deeply thoughtful, a palpable brown wig on hibs head; the whole figure slightly stooping; an air of refinement and deliate firmness, marking him out among the sturdy personages near him. That is the first sol. dier of Europe. Count Von' Molhke, and the seat below which he stands is that of Prince Bismaruk, whoenters a moment later. It was all but two and twenty yearses since I had seen Prince Bismarck. In 1866o ...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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KNIVES WELL AIMED. (NEW YORK HERALD). [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

SNIVZB ;WELL AIMED. - (asay tORK KrEBLD). One of the most exoldtg ad daring f.a taros of Barnum and Bailey's sirous this spring is the knilfethrowing act of Miss Clara O'Brien, a little lady. whose deftness and grae withal, is attracting much attention. Mis O'Brien comes on the stage in a becoming cotumoe,- accompanied by Misse Kate Gilbert, a sister-in-law, whose pretty facens and modest manner charm all those who see her. Miss Gilbert takes her place in front of a wooden screen, not of the softest material, and makes a pretty pitture as she poses against it In her blue, almo.t satlor.like, dress. Then Miss O'Brien, steading of from o10t to 15ft, throws the knives, a dozen of them; in such a- manner as to outline her com panion's figure. The knives strike the screen about half an inch from the girl, and sometimes even nearer. The affect upon the audience is startling, an they are not expecting no daring a feoal, and a few sup. pressed " Ob 1" are often heard at first. Perceiving th...

Publication Title: Caulfield And Elsternwick Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Caulfield and Elsternwick Leader — 16 June 1888

Do you intend to go In fo 'irinstion Bay nour poop.; p;p, ed eqoides as Jobs Dank. sad 8oas.. 4; Douces snteet west, Mslboumn-(AiR. o nIt nst . It ,uoo OM) v-k ..d dmnmnwd. end ou t af n iL;e tpns ha·e urdr l 0U DVNSbON.U COMPOUND pteaUCE of u*MNU.EON. *a mid.t nE'srl'sth bleood ad Ien-i up U» ny.7. It eaur tadlnu.tt'. eud bi Cairns I#v . apid. ft sn-now noahk.... pent, rnnumalme. dnua.n,' as-deenp. uad taineais uhtc hbave emil' amds I., ml unlink eni ilgnuis.ej 'I. ·lea lest'sIlsa. nra.. eie4 an snts)!a rtla ml . sah ^s eat -ha gasser ws peems. an. najuias sasputs. Daster's Dusidiwf me 5. pe hauew: Des. .tnss rllU. la pi bez of LOn eeahl.-(Aseys Yor rrsLb W or td.. hir r to fssrrli i Dtdlot ' ai~ ray a, LAidhats f" oagslaly DUMAn3'i 3*15 5VWl s srwM"+ro eada idah4. s Wab - 'IrOal Isapsm ma asy-qtIdla Is pmwaalo gwawk sd bind th halr., md to adtlrw da ubadLa ga I. Par. har lsh sa MU lag. im ir·~Y liA ... is..al be rasp p-. rd ws, t s Pnlr ara.Mw ad utsall ha sai *aaai 'ia>p th "....

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