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MORTLAKE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

MORTLAKE STOCK REPORT. McDonald and Bmmley vepovt having .hold their usual fortnightly sal© oil Wednesday.last, when, owing to the ex treme lieat only a small yarding camo forward. There was a good attendance of buyers, and throughout the sale com petition was brisk and all sold at late good market rates. "We quote:—Sheep: Fat. comeback wethers. 1G/3; crossbred lambs, 11/, 12/7, 13/3 to 14/6; comeback ewes, u years old. 517. Cattle: Fat I cows, £3 17/6 to £5; 1J year old heifers and steers. £2 3/ to £2 ftj: one year old heifers and steers, 18, ; stoiy. cows, £2 !•)/. We made sales for Messrs. T. Slater, A. Gibbons, C. Sizeland, J. Mac Donald. W. McLauehlan, J. Cat heart, A. Dennis and Sons Ppty. Ltd.. F. G. Bnimlev, 'J'. Evans, and Mrs. McDonald and Shadwell Estate. Our next sale will be lield oil Wednesday, 18th February.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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FATALITY AT COLAG LAKE. VOUNG MAN DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

| FATALITY AT COLAG LAKE. VOUNG MAN DUO w'NED. 1A bathing fatality occurred at the Colac Lake 011 Sunday afternoon. A youtli named Albert Edward Robert l'rask, aged 18 years, accompanied by another youth named Wallace, went to the lake on Sunday afternoon with tho I intention of bathing. Wallace divod I livnn oil' the jetty into water about live I feet, in depth, and he was followed by i l ra.sk. Almost immediately after a cry | "t "Save him!" was heard. Wallace | saw Trask throw tip his hands, and | divod to ihe rescue. but lio was unable I t" iind tho unfortunate young man. | Mr. W. Holt who was in n boat. some S distance off. hoard the cries ot distress. | find he was f|iiiekly oil the scene. After I •! inunhor of unsuccessful efforts ho | eventually found Trask. who was uncon | scions. Dr. llvown aud Dr. Powell wero I <i'iiekly in attendance and made every 1 effort, to restore animation, but Kit bout I trail, lift feetog extuwbi:

Publication Title: Terang Express
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TERANG AND DISTRICT COMPETITION. COBRICO v. NOORAT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

'J'EUAXG AND DISTRICT COMPETI TION. COBlllCO v. NOORAT. A cricket match in connection with the above competition was played at Cobrico ou Saturday between teams re presenting Noorat and Cobrico. and re sulted in a win lor Noorat by 7-1 runs. Scores:— NOOKAT. Her. i\ W. Eo'land, c Morshead b Tarrant .. .. .. 20 It. Zenner, c Andrews b Hoatsou .. 13 11. Smith, l.b.w. b Cameron .... SI K. Long, c Morshead b Cameron .. 0 A. Long, b Cameron .......... 0 W. ^laskell, run out. .. G ■I. l'onting, b Cameron 0 S. Johnson. not out 26 II. Anderson, b Tarrant .. .... .. 10 J. Smith, stpd. Colce b Tarrant .. Sundries .. .. .. .. D Total 107 Bowling.—Cameron, lour wickets for IS runs: Tarrant, three for 20; Hoat uml' for 11; Strong, nojio for 11; J' 15, Andrews, none for 10; Morsliead, "oho for 2o. COBBICO. A. Andrews, c and b E. Long .... 0 S. Strong, b E. Long ...... 2 A. Colee, c Zenncr b A. Long .... 0 Morshead, c Holland b A. Long 2 L.J. Cameron, c Holland b A. Long 0 y ■ Hoatson, b E. Long 0...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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BOWLS. PENNANT COMPETITION. TERANG v. WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

BOWLS. PJENNAaN ! C'OMPEliTION. TERANG v. WA1MLNAMBOOL. The Terang a; id "W'a'rrnambool Oowj in gteams met at the. Terang green last Saturday afternoon in thoir first match in the pennant competition. Terang won a very interesting gam0 by II points. Following are the scores:— NO. 1 RINK. Terang: Nchill. Davy, Breton, and 0'Bryan (capt.) 27 WaiTiiambool: Stevens. J._ Ham mond. JJiekford, Rev. Harris (c.) 24 NO. 2 RINK. Terang: Cochrane, Jones, Rov. H. J. Cooks and Burnet (capt.) .. . 29 Warniambool; Brown, T.llanmiom], Anderson and Cordner (capt.)' .. 20 NO. 4 RINK. Terang: Main. Richmond, Carson, and luce (capt.) 2(J AVarrjiamljooJ: Davidson Arm ! strong. 'J'ato and Kucks (capt.) .. 27 NO. 5 RINK. ' Terang: Hibbert, Bradsliaw, Mau rice and Tippett (capt.) 17 ■\Varrnambool: Ward, Holmes, Mack and Brebner (capt.) .... 20 TOTALS. Terang 102 Warrnambool yi Majority for Terang .... 11 The same team ns represented Tcrang on Saturday last have boeii chosen to play next Saturday at W nrrnam...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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TERANG PICNIC [?]ARNIVAL. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

TERAKfl PICNIC 6ARNIVAL. THE NOMINATIONS. Following are the nominations for the Torang Picnic Carnival, to bo liold on | tlio Terang Racecourse oil Saturday. i next:—1 MAIDEN TROT. AV. A. Northeast's Tango. S. Creed's Freestep. J. Healy's Fairy Queon. E. Dwyer's Comedy King. J. Ayers' Fly-Higher. T. O'Grady's Miss Hook. M. O'Keele's Bright Beauty. 0. Howe's Lady Principal. P. Nolan's Mark Twain. AV. J. O'Brien's Concave. A. McLeod's Irish Emblem. Jas. Peter's Drummer Boy. A. McLean's Lady Nelson. AV. F. Medew's Sparkling Maid. J. Fielder's Gladsome. AV. Tehan's Dandy. AY. McDonald's Brown Bird. ,7". O'Shannassy's Spray. P. Quinn's AA'oodbird. M. T. Clancey's Miss Draper, A. Potter's Sarah. T. Sinclair's Orlander. A. B. McCrabbe's Playboy. Moore and Moncrieff's Hqkcy Fly. 1). McDonald's Elko. M. O'Keefe's Graffix. MAIDEN HACK RACE. A. Pulham's Spangle. J . M. Fahey's Gold Dust. T. Nicholson's Milo. J. Davis' nomination. L. Scally's First Knight. .7. J. Tehan's Lavender. J. J. Tehan's...

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CRICKET. THE MARSHALL TROPHY. WON BY MOUNT NOORAT. MOUNT NOORAT v. GLENORM[?] TON. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

1GRICKET. | ♦ I THE. MARSHALL TKOPILY. [, WON BY MOUNT MOOR AT. j. MOUNT NOOBAT v. GLEXORj]^ j.: Mount Noorat hail an easy wju or Glenorniiston on Saturday, duteitt lliem by 127 lor live wickets to oieu<" mist-oil's 01. Mouut Noorat lu,s , won the Marshall trophy, Iiavm- r all their matches, in th0 ci)ui])«.i~lt The trophies given tor compuit amongst the members ol i h<. Noorat team were won as under~ Bowling.—W. Barnes, 1L witkets i 200 runs; average 4.81. Batting.—G. Aslett, G innings 1 n out, 84 runs; average 1G.S. ' Batting (for those who never piaw| in competition before).— i', Vouiii-" innings, 78 runs; average l-j.G. b' Most Catches.—J. Orei-son, lo his credit. For the benefit of those who S1v batsman cannot be given out lefr jjef ! wicket to a bowier bowling round tl w icket, I quote the answer given Bv k Sporting Editor, "Weekly Times''^ "A batsman can be given oat l,b.lv ? a good length ball bowled round V wicket, as can be seen hy drawing, diagram of...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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ALLEGED BREACH OF WARRANTY[?] VERDICT FOR DEFENDANT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

ALLEGED BREACH OF WARRANTY, VERDICT FOR DEFENDANT. At tiic Colac County Court on Thtus I day, before His Honor Judge Clonic, A. *G. Kirk proceeded agams: -J- II. Duua lor JJi 10, lor brcacu o, watT.i.ioy of a horse. .Mr. 'I'. \V. Hancock ap peared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Cun ningham for the defendant. The defence was: No warranty ai.d no breach. Archibald G.Kirk. cab proprietor, said lio know defendant. On 9th Juno he saw defendant with a horse. Witness said he wanted a quiet pony for a gig. Defendant said lie had a pony which was perfectly quiet. Defend ant said he could not guarantee it for a lady, but it was quiet as. far as ho knew. He paid defendant- for the horse. Witness said: "Now I have paid you, what are his faults?'' Defendant said: "He is a bit frightened of motor cars, but ho is all light." From something ho heard he went back with the receipt and asked defendant 10 add to the receipt that the pony was quiet in harness. Defendant refused. He then asked Inm to add the...

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KOLORA v. TRUFOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

o: o KULOEA v. Til HI 00D. Kolora met Trutood in the -Mar^ competition at Kolora 011 Satus Kolora batted first, and with sis down i'or S runs things were }s'> '•blue'' tor the home team : but (Jrabb with 37, including nv0 fours, 13. Holmes 14 helped to carrytlie to 70. Trufood wore all oui fw°! -MeCounell coming out with !-<•> ' figures ol' S overs -1 maidens -1 7 wickets. His figures lor tlio tition are also especially good, overs 13 maidens 110 runs -i> which gives him the best average competition. Kolora won by .111 i"-' and o runs. Scores: — KOLOllA. 11. Gaultj b Bean •" A. Holmes, b 1<\ Williams .. ; 0. Holmes, b Beau " , A. Podger, run out ; 11. McUonnell, c Quick b 1'. ; ? \\ . Holmes, b Bean lv. McCrabb} b llutter .. •• Sadler, b llutter 1>. Holmes, b l'\ Williams .• : 1*. ALoloney, not out . .. • •' '' W. Gore, run out : Sundries ... .... .. ... .. •• •• "y Total •• "j. . Bowling.—F. Williams, three for 1(5 runs; AY. llutter, two f 11. Beau...

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[?]RA v. GLENORMISTON. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

1>; o Ivvj^UlLV v. GLENOIUIISTO.V The above match was played on o. January at Kolora, tlie home tu winning by 52 runs. Scores:— KOLOJKA. W*. Maskell, c F. Pouting I) 0. Crtiickshank : C. Holmes, b It. Crawley .. It. G a lilt, b T. Lourev • A. Podger, b It. Crawley .. .. • • W. Holmes, cX^Macavtliuv 'o T. B Lliol2(^^^J§fe^'i:uick shayfc^.r.' .. .. ... P. .MfWiiey, ,c AVilkius^ni 1x-lAiurey K. lMk'§rabb.oiwtt out ;. rLy >'.?.• •• : A. li^lin^Su run'out .. ..'-V;/.. •• , E. Sa{%VS;)i. Pouting'vt .. ■> 1 ' \Y. ( ■' Olct"^^QlI t iu^ Sundries T7rTvT Total Bowling.—F. Pouting, two for 1 run; 0. Cruickshank. two ior 'J'. Lourey, three for 30; It. Cra»-; two for iM; D. Macarthur, none for. U L EXOltM I ST OX. D. Macartinir, run out T. Crawley, c B. Holmes b Maskcll F. Pouting, c and b Podger .. ■ • It. Crawley, b Podger T. Crawley, run out 0. Cruickshank, c B. Holmes b 31as kell T. Lourey l> Podger : W. "Wilkinson, l.b.w. b A. Holuie; D. Lourey, c Sadler "b A. Holme; C. Wilkinson...

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KAVANAGH-HOLLOWAY THOPHY. PANMURE v. ALLANSFOED. PANMURE, Feb. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

KAVANAGH-HOLLOWAY THOPHY. PANMURE v. ALLANSFOED. PANMUR15, Feb. 9. \ cricket match was played hero Inst Saturday afternoon between Allansford ..ml raiimm-e for the Kavenagh—Hollo ay trophy. Pamnure won by 48 runs. ■cores:— PANMUKE. Batten, c and b Eales 7 . Hunt, run out :• •: « , Gibson, c Eales b Grant 0 Batten, b Grant 0 G. I\1 a;liiesoii. b Eales .. f 11. Barkus, b Grant } II. JIatliieson, b Eales • • "J H. limit, b Eales .• 2«J A. ilurnane, c Grant b Morgan ... 5 S. -Murnane, c and b Eales .. ... 1 L. Chislett, not out .. • •" 0 Sundries . • • ».•: 21 Total S9 Bowling.—Grant, throe wickets lor 15 runs; Eales. five for 28; Morgan, one for 12; Devenish, none for 7; G. Bur leigh. none for 16. ALLANSFORD. W. Morgan. b H. Hunt 10 0. Devenish, c S. Murnano b Hunt 9 G. Burleigh, b Hunt 1 J. Eales. b Hunt 2 G. Boyle, not out — Grant, c A. Murnane b Hunt .. 2 G. Anderson, b Hunt .. 1 F. Burleigh, b Hunt .. 0 G. Sad AVer, b Hunt 0 F. Cliilton. b A. Murnano ...... 3 J. Healy, c II. Matlii...

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MOUNT NOORAT V. PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

I }10CN'1' XOOIUT'v. rullT FAIRY. Mount Xooiafc played a gain© with l'dit Fairv 011 Terang excursion day, •iiul managed to secure another win. "Mount Noorat batted first. W. Barnes •Vs usual making top scorc with 2'J. For '|>/11'f" Fairv, tile veterans McEachern •mil J- C.' M (.Galium did best with 'J I,,,,) i;j respectively, J.C. laying the ;,w,l on pretty heavily at times. The following are the scores:— PORT FAIltY. 7 McEachern, b Aslett D C. Tviell, b Aslett .. 3 Dave* .Moloney, b Barnes 0 .Moloney, c C. Clarke b Barnes 0 W. Steadman, c S. Clarke b Barnes 3 .) C. McCallum, c Young b Barnes 13 j). .McLclland, b Aslett .. .. .. C. McLi'llaml, b Aslett .. 0 McCallum. b Aslett .. .. 1 J. iloivden, b Asletfc .. .. 0 — McKenzie, not out ........ 0 — Roberts, b Barnes ... 0 Sundries .. • .... .. .. .. .. >. .■ Total 38 , Bowling.—Aslett, six wickets for 12 runs; Barnes, live for ll>. MOUNT NOORAT. J\ Young, b D. Moloney V. .... G IV. Beechey, b D. Moloney ...V 14 W. Barnes, b S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 February 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT FARM ALLOTMENTS Application is invited for Farming Areas on the Undermentioned Estates— Estate. District. Nerrin Nerrin Streatliam 12 Mt. Widderin Skipton 5 Pannoo Echuca 8 Marathon and Willow Grove Echuca 4 Werribee Werribee 20 Cremona Yea 5 Eumeralla Hamilton 7 Allambee Yarragon 13 Moyhu Wangaratta 2 Bona Vista Warragul 8 Kilmany Park Sale 7 Boisdale Maifra 15 No. of Allotments Available. 1 Suitable for wheat growing and sheep farming. Suitable for dairying and mixed farming. Dairying and Beet Growing. Allotments suitable for Agricultural Laborers', Workmen's and Clerks' Homes are available as under:— Agricultural Laborers—Allamlb ee Estate, 2 Allotments; Waubra Es tate, 3 allotments. Workmen's Homes, Pender's Grove Estate, 16 allotments—Bona Vista, ta, 3 allotments. All' Crown grants which may be issued to the lessee at the e d of any half-year after the first twelve years have expired, on payment of the balance of the purchase money, will be subject to'a condit...

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RECLUSE OF MAYFAIR [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 February 1914

RECLUSE OF MAYFAIR In the heart of Mayfair there re cently died a lady of considerable wealth, who for nearly 20 years had lived the life of a recluse, almost un known to her neighbors. She was Mrs Julia Macdonald, and she led a solitary existence, attended by only one servant, at a house in South street, Park lane. In the same street reside Earl Grev, Katherine Duchess of Westminster. Sir Samuel Scott. M.P., and many other prominent people, but Mrs Macdonald seldom left her house, and in her lifetime no callers were ever allowed to enter her own particular room. For some time past she had been at tended by a West End medical practi tioner for bronchitis, and her death, a natural one. occurred suddenly on Fri day (reports the "Daily Express" of December 12). She was buried at Kensal Green on Wednesday, and her house in South street is now being thoroughly overhauled. Apparently, the part reserved for her special use has not been touched for years. She had only one servant, being in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 February 1914

TO NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS. SECOND-HAND TYPE CASES (in Good Order), Lower and Upper, Double and Treble. For Sale, Cheap. COUNTRY PRESS CO-OPERATIVE CO. LTD, THE EXCHANGE, MELBOURNE. POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We buy by live weight. Crates lent. Mo Commission or Cartage Charged. Chickens & Ducklings, 6d lb. Old Fowls from 2/- to 4/6 pair, any breeds. OAViD HYLAND 4. SONS, ? WHERE SHAKESPEARE STUDIED The Rev. A. C. Knight, M.A., of Cam bridge, has been appointed headmaster of King Edward VI. School, Stratford on-Avon, at which Shakespeare re ceived his early education, and which dates back to the early thirteenth cen tury. It was piven a new charter and renamed by Edward VI.

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MARKERS TERANG PIG MARKET. Wednesday, February 11, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 February 1914

*• ''* "* '*"• TERANG PIG MARKET. Wednesday, February 11, 1914. <30.j p.'gs penned. Baconers.—2-14 for ward. Values 011 tho \vhoIc showed no material alteration. Extra prime bac oncrs, £3 IS/ to 1*4 2/li (an odd pen to £4 6/0); prim© medium weights from £3 10/ to £3 17/0; prime light weights ir'oni £3 10/ to £3 1-5/; backfatters i'roni £2 to £3 10/. Stores.—Competition ( was excedingly dull, and values dee.d- ' stores, £2 <S to £2 io ; .small stores Irani £i 10/ to £2 5/; slips l'rom £1 o, to £1 10/; suckers from 15/ to 28/. .Next fortnightly pig sale oil Wednes day, 2oth February. Dalgely and Co. Ltd. report having penntd 1S7 pigs, ofvLtieh '/7 wero bac uners, and .sold for the following ven dors:—-Messrs. 1'. -Meado at £1 2,0 and ID/: R. iiees at £1 2/; J. Ereneh at £1 1/0; \V. Koae'ie at £3 10/0; -M -Ken vm\ Jiros. at £3 J 'J/C. and JO. liaxter at £3 1!)/: \V French at £3 17/10; D. Clarke, I'J at £3 13/0; J as. Hay at £3 10/; J. liroder.ck at £3 v,'. liackfa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 February 1914

O INY»NTOR» P ATENT S Obtained in Commonwealth aiid Else where for improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any description Full Information, Costs, etc., sent on application to A. O. SAOHSE, C.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Cclllns and William Sts., MELBOURNE. Notices are posted in all London County Council tramway cars directing' the at tention of women passengers to the danger of wearing hatpins with unpro tected points. Some months ago the tramway authorities of Manchester and Portsmouth issued warning notices. aA wfomdu i& a, jHvrt 4ru/rboi tc fVOB-U'Fl An Italian serving maid, Tina Risa liti, found tied to the banisters at a house in Portsmouth avenue, Thames Ditton, confessed to the theft of £55 from her mistress, Mrs Fox Maurier. She admitted that the story of a bur glary was a bogus one.

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INTENSIVE FARMING. INCREASING PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 February 1914

INTENSIVE FARMING. INCREASING PltOl) UCTION. (By W\S.) "When intensive farming is practised, the cultivation of forage crops is one of the most important items ixi connection with dairying and stock-raising, and needs careful consideration, Hie bulk of tliis season's crops have already been sown to meet requirements, but on many plaeis there seems to be very little pre paration for early spring use. ilioso who i.old any doubts, howevyr, as to whether the area sown to forage crops will g Vv suliicienu feed at tile rignt time may yet venture to put ill such crops as r\v, oats, Cape Dar'iey or win ter rap..- or even ItaLan rye grass. Thc sowing 01' the three first-mentioned has tii s advantage—that if the farmer finds lie doe-; 110; need all the feed and can .spare it without running himself short, it may he allowed to go for a crop; in tiiis case the sheep or cows can be run over i;i the spr.ng and given a light feeding. This wili. m the majority of ins.aiues. provo Ijenclic al to the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 February 1914

PHCENIX ASSURANCE GO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. FIRE. AOOIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. tosses paid exceed £85 ,ooo,ooa Unn bv BUSH FIRES and by LUHTMHO arw madb good by thla Company. agentS wANTED. Victorian 461 to 471 BOURKE ST., Melbourne. DALGKTY A co. LTD.. A8IMTS.

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DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 February 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. An enquirv into the death of the youth, Albert Edward Kobeit Trask, who was drowned in l^ake Oolac on Sun day last, was held on Monday by the Acting Coroner. Mr. \\ . Selwood, J.P. Dr. l'oweil deposed to having been called to the lake to see the deceased. On arrival there lie found no s.'gn ol lil'e. 11c and Dr. Brown endeavored to restore animation, but without avail. Tlio cause of death was drowning. Alfred Hetheras. manager Bank of Vic- ! toria, Colac. deposed that on Sunday ' afternoon he u'a> on the jetty and heard an alarm raised. , He saw two boats being pulled qui.-l;Iy towards the end of the jitty. and realising mat something was wrong lie ran to tile .spot, and readied then- in I ime to see the head of deceased disappearing about ten yards away. 11 s companion was then about two yards away. Witness directed him to tiie spot, and tokl him to d.ve for him, when lie did ineffectively. The boats by t'uat time bad reached the fc'C^no. and attempts were made to...

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