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It Spoilt the Sermon. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

It Spoilt the Sermon, A little girl was graciously permitted' on'» bright Sunday to go with her mamma to hear papa preach. It was a time of great rejoicing and responsibility, and the little fac« was all alight with happy anticipation. Now, it chanced that oh this special occa* jion papa's sermon was of the 'warning' order, and his earnest voiea rimer nut imifvmwt* in tho Snnday quiot. After a moment of breathless gnrpriso and horror, tho littls listener's soul was wrought upon with a great pity for the poor mortals upon -whom so much wrath was descending. Sho row excitedly to her foot, and, her wide, reproachful eyes just peeping over th« back of the seat, called out in eweot, chiding tones: — ?- Wba^ for is you scolding all the people

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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A HOT TRAIL. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL [?]. COPYRIGHT. CHAPTER XXIX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

[?] PtTBUinOSD ITT 8FB0IAX Aigy*tiffff)f^ff^y^fl By t«j Anftor of ' Tlir- Beetle : A Mystery,' 'The Crime anil the Criminal,' ' The DaUiiet Diamonds,' ' Sirs. Musgrave and Her Husband,' ' The Woman with One Hand,' frc., &c. COPYRIGHT. dfii-FTER XXlX.-iCsr.linu,d.). He paused for a momen:. Some of those who were listening apparonriy took advan tage of the opportunity to draw breath. ' SUnpcott win seated a? a n-ritincr-table. As I entered lie rose to irrtc mo. When he saw that it was I, raoviv,.- quickly past me he locked the door.' ' It was lie. then, who 1 ':? ! the door on tlioiiuiilo1:' 'It wa.-. He said a* ho .'.id so, 'Since you bare fuvoiired me with i!,i* visit, wo will secure ourselves from interruption.' I think I that if I !md known what ho intended to do I I should have prevented him : but bis rapidity of movement took me aback.' Blaise Pollmriton pau?.? : a^ain, J5 if to arrange his thoughts. ' I find it diflicolt to narrate clearly what took place be: awn us': t...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Scott's Tribute. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

Scott's Tribute. A Boud story is told of Sir Waller Scott. It ranis that he was f.ir from being a brilliant scholar, and at school he was u-iwlly at the head of tho other end of his class. After ho became famous, he one day dropped into the old school to pay a visit to the scene of his former woes. The teacher was anxious to make a good impression on the writer, and put tho pupils thruuirh their In...,,,. ... ,.. -n show them to tho best advantage ' After a while Scott said: 'But which is tho duuee ? You have one, surely r Shuw him to me.' The teacher called up a poor fellow, who looked thn picture of woo, ns ho bashfully '«»?» toward tho distinguished visitor. ' And ore you the dunco?' asked Scott 'Yes, sir,' said tho boy. (i ' Well, my good follow,' .aid Scott, ila'eo wan' ' TOWn ^ y°' '' keOpi'K ''r

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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The Yarn of the Tooth, [COMPLETE STORY.] [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

The Yarn of the Tooth, E^somm &ro*r) BT C EDWARDES. [ OOTTBXCTJET. *) v«C/*O, S1U,' ... , ti»t, in the | common way of ?peaking.' Ho glanced at th,. tooth under its little oval glass on the mantelpiece. The tooth fay op its ? velvet' ' Jtaml. ,n^tiUt,,ou,hi, '-**'»'«' 'And yet I'll allow,' the admiral pro ceednd, ' that I have pulled out a fellow1., molar once in away. I keep the article to remind me that, though I'm no saint myself, '.here's worse men on this rolling sphere than .Japhct Firth, your hurablo Horvant ' 'I'll answer for that,' I replied, eagerly ' and .„, will everyone who knows you.' * '? Don't b.. too sure, my boy,' saidold Firth, d.-precatiugly, with his pipo atom still pomt im: at tho tooth. ' The tord grant it, that's .?il!~f..r Japhet Firth's sake, if not for the world'- ' 1 .:oiiL' 1....1 and hdgetsd expectantly. Wa. tho oH cap going to shirk the yarn that it was so plainly his duty to reel out ? Down at Raymomh tl,,. ??a.lmin.l' was famous for his stone...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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All Men Look Alike. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

All Men Look Alike. One of the Michigan officers who was at the front during tho brief war had with him a coloured attendant who was as proud of his position as though ho wero commanderin chief, and whose ideas of military discipline wore as rigid as tho.»o of the veriest martinet. Owing especially to tho tMoving proclivities of somo of tho Cuban hangors on, ho was under striot command not to let anything go from tho officer's tenr , v*hout a persona! ordor from him. Qfl Wheeler met uo.no distance from the camp tbo general said, with a amaok of his lips : ' I soar, trir, that you received Homo very fine brandied peaches from home.' 'Yes, general, they're vniuie, and I'm going to send you some. Meantime you had better stop at my tout on the way in and havo mT man irivo you a can.' When tho ofiioer reached his quarters ho was approached by his attendant with an elaborate aalute and: 'Did you tell dat Gen'l Whcelah, Rah, dat ho could call heah, sal,, and proi.-u' a can ob dein brandied...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GHASTLY EXPERIENCE, [COMPLETE STORY.] [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

1 GHASTLY [XPUX MRS- H. H. PENROSE. VBOUTLKTE ST0BT.1 tCOPTJtIOHT.] n of the woods. They pitched a H tent on tho south aide of Lake H Lena, to which they returned inir overv momim? before mm nrr, whil,. there was .till tomewhut of that nip in the air which will mako itself felt iu the nights of oven a warm Florida winter. .1 A-e West and Hiram Wood were cnjovni' ll. ? ,.^,-lvcs. Hunting and camping out were 'In- lin^st kinds of diversion they- know anv ;hin;: about, and to be paid for doing these things by a couple of green Britishers was a pipe; ..f luck that did not often como in their way. They were determined to mako the most of it while it lasted, and the longer it I'.H«1 the belter. b Therefore thev were not alto'-other sorry to Hud the deer scarce and shy, for thoy guessed iliri'wdly enough that the rivtennined lunatics with whom they had to do would never i-oineut to break up camp until they had secured a buck's skin or two which might be i-urried in triumph to the settlemen...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Getting Something for Nothing. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

Getting Something for Nothing. 'It wa« a great idea,' said Fogg, with unwonted animation ; ' a great idea, and but for ono thing it would havo worked like a '? Reading an advertisement of a grocer who gave away a teapot with every pound of tea 1 said to Mrs. P. : ' Hannah, horo is a chanoo to get a trapot for nothing.' ' Whoro V «aid ahe. 'Just liston to this,' said I. Thon I read tho advertisement to her. 'It wasn't ten minutes bofore sho had on her things and was off. 'Whon aho came back, hor face was all aglow with conscious pride. ? What do you think of them f ' said aho. ' What in thunder did you buy two pounds of tea for -' eays I ' I did not buy two poundH,1 mid she. 'Thon where did you get two teapots?' aaid I. 'I bought this one,1 aaid sho. 'What for:-' said I. ' Thoy gave you ono with a pound of tea?' 'Ycs,'saidshe; ? but on tho other side of tho street thero is a crookery shop whore thoy give n pound of tea with overy toapot that ia bought thoro. I wasn't going to loso th...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Labour Saving in Kitchen. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

Labour Saving in Kitchen. To clean brass articles quickly, rub with a ncce or lemon dipped in wilt. To remove fatigue after working bard sip a cup of hut milk, not boiled, slightly salted. This is ii fine stimulant. To remove coal clinkers put a few oyster shells in the fire -this will loosen the clinkers, whon thev can be easilv removed. For burns mix a plaster of baking soda and water, lay it on a doth and applv to the burn ? renew. This takes out the fire,' and prevent* scarring. When boiling jelly if three or four common agate marbles aro left iu the kettle they will prevent tho trouble of watching and stirring it, aa tho rolling of the marbles keeps tho jelly from boiling over. In kitohen work ono often is delayed by ?light nccideutB, such as cutting or burning the hand. A speedy remedy for cuts is to place the injured part in borax and topid water. This stops the flow of water and a skin is soon grown over the wound. To koep ants away. Sprinkle the shelve* with powdered borax,...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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It Couldn't Be Done. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

It Couldn't Be Done. Au individual with considerably more lung power than was agreeable to his hearers was hawking fish tho other morning in a northern 'rine fresh hcrriu' — fower a penny,' ho roared, in a fashion that made tho window! rattle. A woman approached tho barrow and oyod tho fish with a certain amount of snspioion. which considering tho circumstances, was not unnatural. ' Are they fresh ?' ihc d«ruandcd, with * ?uspinious sniff. 'They're fower a penny, mum,' wa- thu ?/uarued reply. 'Yes,' responded Iho other, with .-. ,.iich oi sarcasm, ' I think I 'card yor sav ..t. Rut ,irc thoy fresh?' 'For aught I know, mum, thoy is.' '?When wor thoy cotohod ?' This was too much, and, adopting the sarcastic stylo of his questioner, tho hawker replied : — ' Can't Miy for sartain, mum. I upplied for tho birth an' death stificato of every fish on tho barrer, but at fower a penny, it simply coiilun t bo none ; ' 'Etc y'are ! Fower a penny, horrin'.'

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Mall Time Table. ARRIVALS FROM [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

Mall Time Table. Abbivals fbom Sydney, Narrabri, etc., 11.55 p.m. dally Sanrlay exoepted). Mungindi and Wallon, Garah, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 11 a.m. Kunopia Tuesday and Friday, and Gil Gil, Tuesday and Thursday, 10.30 p.m. Boggabilla and Goondiwindi, Wednesday and Saturday, il a.m. Warialda and Pallamallawa, Sunday ami Thursday (by coach) 3 p.m. Bingara and Binnetray, Monday and Fri day, by rail, 4.25 p.m. Warialda, and Gravoeond, Monday, Wed. aeaday and Friday, (by rail) 4.25 p.m. Cobbedah and Kulourie, Monday 10 a.m. Bullerah, Tuesday 3.80 p.m., Friday 11 p.m. Talmo! Mondiy and Friday, noon, Telleiaga, Sunday and Thursday, 8 cm. DEPABTDBEa JOB Narrabri, 8ydney, eta., (Offioe olosei 4 p.m.), daily (Saturday ezcepted) Cobbedah and Gulonne, Wednuday, 2 p.m. Bullarah, Wednesday add Saturday, 2 pm Talmoi, Wednesday and Saturday, 2pm Telleraea, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 pm Mungindi Wallon, and Garah, Tuesday, rhnraday, and Saturday, 2 p.m. Gil Gil, Tuesday and Saturday, clos...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Queen of the Belgians. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

Queen of the Belgiaus. The Queen of the Belgians was lately lit Spa, where she it highly popular. Her open carriage, drawn by a pair of horsrs, might be seen daily in the surrounding country. An incident occurred in the course of one of these rides the oilier day, which, besides illustrating her Maj-jsty's hatred of cruelty, greatly strengthened her hold upon public sympathy. At the bridge oi Theux she saw a man and woman get into ft little cart drawn by a single dog, which was utterly unable (o move with sucli a weight. The man flogged the poor beast most cruelly, despite its evident Iielpletsnoss, and the Queen, stopping her carriage, remonstrated. As he had no ouspicion of her Majesty's identity, he merely told her to mind her own business, and for some time longer, despite her continuod protests, continued to flog the dog without the slightest efl'ecr. At length, from sheer wearinoBS, he desisted, and got out of the cart, which then moved slowly on, and the Queen, hurrying her c...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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What the Prisoner Said. [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

'What the Prisoner Said. A celebrated judge was once trying a case where the accused oonld only understand Irish, and an interpreter was accordingly gworn. Tho prisoner said something to the interpreter and the latter replied. 'What doos he Bay?' demanded tho judgo, ' Nothing, my lord.' 'How daro you say that when we all heard him P Come, air, what was it ? ' ' My lord,' said tho interpreter, begin ning to tremble, ' it had nothing to do with the case.' 'If yon don't answer I'll commit you, sir. Now, what did ho say?' ' 'Woll, my lord, you'll excuse me, but he said, 'Who's that ould woman, with the red bed-curtain round bar, sitting up there ?'' At whioh everybody present roared. ' And what did you say P' said the judge, looking- a little uncomfortable. ' I rafd. ? Whist, ye spalpeen ! That's the ould boy thst't going to hang yez.' '

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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THE CRIME AT THE MANSE [COMPLETE STORY.] MARY H. TENNYSON. [COPYRIGHT] [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

?e crime m' ii m. R; ICCXTLBTM STOSX.} mm MA1U H. TENM'SON. ^^K LcorvmouT J ?''HF v*. '.'.'lap,'''';;1: W * WisJ ?HrtimMiiEhp.i i..!.T' '»l' '',., than lkr ; ??'?'. Came ,,,,,1,1 ! '?«} rawly V. me, 'ill, ; and those who knew tl,,. ,.ir. oumalancos of W, Hrth uml biri-diii' were positively aghast when tl,,.v heard that the nephew o[ Sir William Carne hud applied for. uud m obtained, tho insignificant ]nMitioii six mouth* B uftor tho marriago of his old bachelor u-e-ic E had inado his hei-ship tu the Kiroiivtnv n v. i. E remote chance. I Bertram had lo=t Iilh father -md m.,ili..r ;,, I infancy, and Sir William had takwi th.-el.ar-c I of tho lad's education upon hinwlf ; but. ,,u if,.. I baronet's marriage with n your.,.- American | of enormous wealth, it won bra,,,,,- apparent I to Bertram that the allownm-.' whirl, had [ boon to freely bestowed upon him here,,.for. I »?,« grudged, a somewhat formal intimation ! from his uncle accompanying the lir3t hill 1 yearly cheque to the .-flee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

\XT ANTED Shearers, to commenco at VV Tulloona November 14th, A. Keen, Manager. TO LET. near Moreo, about 30,000 acres of fi rat-class fattening country, securely fenced into paddocks and watered by woll tanka, and river, is now covered with a splendid coat of grass and herbage. For definite offers please apply H. R. MURRAY, Agent. Public Apology. hereby apologise to Mr. John Dixon L Oliphant for certain untruo and slan derous statements made by me about him on Thuisday the thirty-first ultimo and hereby withdraw all such statements aud doclare that same wore without foundation. (Signed) M. F. MURPHY. Witness : A. B. F. Zlotkowski, Solicitor, Moree. :n the supreme court of new SOUTH WALES—In BiXKnuPToy. NO. U,855, Re LETITIA BEDFORD, of Moroe, Widow. Notice is hereby jiven that tho First, MEETING of oreditora u the above matter will be hold at the Douit House, Moree, before tho District Registrar in Bankruptcy, on. the 20th day of Novembei, 1001, at 11 u.m., or as soon aftor is the ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

[?] [?] 1TFT T nT API' Rt HA SELLING AGENTS ONLY. The Jical Finn in Sydney to hautlle your FAT . STOCK, . WOOL . & . PRODUCE. Peksoxal Ati'bstios. Hioiikst Piucks, Prompt Rrturks. Horses. Horses. WEDNESDAY, 20rn NOVEMBEU, 1901. 'fc T71 & A. OLKNNIK have received in- oil '* . otruotions to sell by .motion at tho prc MorcoShow Ground on Wednesday, 20th November, at 1*2 o'clock — ? Account F lk-lford, liaroma, 20 Light Horses, broken, 5 Draught Horses, unbroken. Account .Tainieson Bios, Bcefwood Plain?. TIT 10 Light llorsoi, Jl Account W. McLnighlin, Clyde. ^hu G Light Horsi-s. '' Account R. F. M. Kckford, Cilenroy. 15 Light Horses, broken. I Account J. R. Black & Co , Turry-hio-hic. 12 Light Horses, unbroken. Account Meppem Bros., Forest Valo, — 0 Light. Horses. 1 Draught Maro. Account Doyle Broa., Boronga. „ 26 Light Horses, broken. g Account A. McLend. Wilga. 8M 5 Draught and Light Harnoas Hones. \0 Account \V. F. Xurnbull, Boronga. ace 5 Light Horses, broken...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

PP CORSETS PD ? ^s \ recognited . . ? i^ Vill^ 8TANDARD ^J^^^^^K HIGH -CLASS ^.^HWk) ) tn the Tr*de ivory Genulno Pair /0$^&k bears this TRADE HajraRB MARK on band \&1|gra& ??wore of Inferior Imitations. . DbUlnable from All DRAPERS Everywhiif. ; 8»1» Asanto for AuBtraliai nnnfinriREEA nn Flln*op» ??.. M.i-i,-.rn» OUnOUUnrr ? UUliUrmh It., tyrimy.

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

At tho Clii'b, In the Home, For the Sicte and the Sound, Everywhere, and for Everybody, ? BQDMERANC BRANDY IS THE BEST. What Price Waterbury Watches? X.O'W PBXOXI I What Quality Waterbury Watches ? 3BCXO-EC c^'cr-A.iaiarar i X.OG- CA.3BI3W TOBACCO Js Coo/. -£? Sweet. Manufactured -& packed in England. Borneo Cigars, 'Fleur de Darvel' Brand Do not be put off, see that you obtain the Beat Threepenny Smoke 1 Fleur de Darvel ' Cigars. BAK11C POWDER. I 'Waugli's Baking Powder, r Sold everywhere; f 'Waugh's Baking Powder, P Always all there. (L WaUga's best of all, £ Others to the wall; Y IJo advised, try it, £ You'll never deny it £ G-OOd maybe SOmO ; X Better can bo none ; f Best only one; ? Place fairly won. f Or. Waugh'so The best is 'WaUgA'a, 'Vithont any flaws, Then use it, because Experience makes laws. ' Always pUIOSt, always l)88t, , Ever surest, never a pest, Always safest, unfailing test, Ever makest avoid the rest. ' Sound judgment impels, j Even justice compels, J To ...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Pastoral Market Intelligence. SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

I I'astoral Alnrkot Intelligence. SYDNEY PRODUCE AJARKETS Apurt from n good demand for tho forage submitted at the auction sali-B, and thn new potatoes forward from the Clnrrnco River, the produce niarkots worn ((uiet. Tn fued ttroinn niaizn was hcnvily stockod, and in fmr rcquost at 3e, whiln priniH chickwliHat continued to have alight attention at 2s Hid, but all grad93 of oatu were negiocted. In in 1 r I oil' 1 1 liruii was t-till plentiful, and holdors were anxious to fcrlucp supplies at 7jd, but most buyers declim-d to purchase. Pollard was unchanged at 9d. Following are tho quotations : — Wheat— Milling wheat to 2s lHd ; chickwhoar, prime, 2s Hid ; inferior broken samples, 2i 3d per'bushel. Flour— Oity roller £6 lOetodEG 15«; Manitoba £11 per ton, Pollard.— Quoted to 9d per bushel. Brnn.— Quoted to 7jd. Olmff.— Local : Primo £i 5s to £i 12s 6d ; medium £3 10s to £4 inferior from £2 15s. Maize. — Prime grain, dry, new, 3s p:r bushel. Oaten Hay. — Local: Prime to £5 per ton. Luc...

Publication Title: Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Moree Gwydir Examiner and General Advertiser — 12 November 1901

TO STAND THIS SKASON AT liOliAMILDI, Tho well-known Pony Stalliinn, 'The Gem,' By Chovy Chas (imp.) The Gem was a winnor on tho flat and over hurdles. Ho has Uksu twenty-scven firat jirir.on at various shows, both in tho ring and in hnrncsa. Hi3 action in harness is admitted to be perfect. TEiois-jre. Good grass and water. Every euro but no responsibility. G. J. M'FARLANU. mTO STAND THE Key tah The Trotting Stallion 'Royal Chief' Royal Chief is a liandsoino daplod creamy, with snow-white mane and tail j stands Hi handa. Sire. Chicftniu ; dam, Lena, by McCallum Mor, from a thoroughbred mare. TERMS : Hi 43 per Muro. Every oaro taken, but no responsibility incurred. All Maros must bo removed mid paid for on or before the 1st of January, 1902. Any mares not re moved by tho 1st January, a charge of 5s por week por head will bo mode. a P. H. O'BRIEN, Keytah. jrv ,-fSjWt TO STAND THE ?PW Avimorc. Tho Celebrated Coaching Stallion . 'Defiance.' Dofiancc is a beautiful Dappled Drown Horse, st...

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