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A SAD ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

A SAD RROMANCE. While visiting au old friend in a"Virginia village a m?nith ago iI attended i worshiip~ one: Sundiay atgthe parish church, and was very much, attracted by an. aged :and hanidsome couple who sat in the pew opposite me -The? pastor preached a very affecting sermon on the " Prodigal's Return," which, I noticed, affected the old ladyto tears andhad a marked effect 6bnthej gntleman; I mi dntibne'd the circumstance -that -evening to my` friend, when 'she related to me the following sad, true story: - Theiold couple jerei e M1r and Mirs. ;Col. ?D-?- 1,They fwerel bothiof tlie.most ansto cratic, wealthy families of Virginia. Col.. .D--,-wastan-honorable,'upright geitle.fi'ifil but ygry,proud. and passionate, .He had one son, ' ' G ht' is)ofiny' heir,? ,rakni-hearted, generous, p leagsing gung man,js?tsLturning.. hiris?wntf?first year. Her was well-known ,throughi"ut th. counitiry; and wis beloved by, allywho knew him. He inherited.his father's pride,! but not his violentnatu...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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REALITY STRANGER THAN FICTION. AN HISTORICAL FACT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

REALITY 'STRAtNGERi-THAN FICTION. AN HISTORICAL FACT. ; Though this story may be set down. as utterly improbable, it is bii e simple narra. tion of facte ttat actually, took.place. ,It can be subtai~tlateaby the cd inal~icoidsof France,"and even yet i 'th:Parisih "d'ete tive bureaus one will hear them speak of the Afaire de Maurin. Mademoiselle Maurin was an ~atress of unmistakable talent and re markab leaiuty.; She had been the favorite of the 'eople for several years, and` had managed, by:heri talents as well as bye many] tokens of admiration from privave admirersp to accumulate quite a fortune. She owned an elegant bijou house,??tie-furnishing of which alone cost a little fortune. Just, how ever, in the height of her popularity, a rapid consumption, that utterly bafled the doctors' skill, attacked her, ahnshejdied inless tha~i three weeks. . . There c'old7 aitach to?io odi] hsii htdit, suspicion of?foul play. 1 Tfat-her d"eath was a natural one was evident toeverybody. She lay in...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 24TH MAY, 1884. News and Notes [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

NMews and Notes . , We are comlpelled'to ihold'ver our leadrg artile to miake rooi 'for the Victoriuan Sea Pilot. There is some talk of a Pick-and Shovel Bee-no spell about it or Government stroke -ont Thhrsday? next SThe anniveisary coinmittee of 'the Foies ters' inet oi l Tuesday ist to miake final arrang'eeients for the cua"rying outi..of t sports, &c.. The piizes for the severial events werl' settledi uponi and' the secrefary in striucted to have same' published ;' A.discus sion took place with regard to :the ground on which the sports sliotild be ield. whlie it wis fin'ally decided thit the Sports Commint teee should meet on the recieation. ground, n(nd see if sufficient rooni could not be ob tained there, the ground at present being in. .a state of disorder owing to the Sports Club cariryng out some necessary improvements. It was also decided that .the secretiirv and Br Baillieu wait upo? the Mayor and inter view him with! the object of having Monday. 26thi M iy1, proc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

Ex AIGBUJRTH r CB . TE ETS French Chna TABLE^OILEi T SETS. Do do 'Afternoon TEA and-PLATES., ^'*Hi^^ : i S0ol&e ilt foffi?'new , he"-r e1 eldii Wili f~~r~t:;?; ~ 1re3i: J~ FAMILY GROOERi"i; I: o ,.LSJtin ",' o.r j . .t u? . uf IuRON1MONGER I', , ~L blitd, .)1i :iie o i i x .iu HESSE ANDi HOBSO S ?' ;rI ,- A-mongst the:pirchases;this week; will be fotindan assortmentof- ; Welsh and Medium.. Flannels,; White and Grey Calicos, Black Sateens, Black M?uslilu and Victoria Lawns, Lustres, Cahmeuner .~.:Winseys, Velveteens and Sat ins, Fihrngering WoZWools and Haberd;ashery of illdescriptions. Stays, Ruiffings, and Kid Gloves: : Women's aiiid Gir's Hosiery in all the best winter-olours. Men's Hosiery, Shirts, Collirs,: Scarves, and READY-MADE" CLOTHING;?French.; Felt Hats, &&c. e. f . amilies Waitedion I :-, d .i, , .SMILEY AND CO D -: t i'te.rs .:i i<.?r i?, -,:.b k1; , ?, ' r tii h WINE" ND t-SPIR'. IE RCIANTS' t '.ý yc ?l' .It)ij}4l} tiý . ,' ' ii .d nl...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

A gentleman called on one 'of our fashion able physicians in Collins street for advice, 'giving the name. of one of our eminent bankers. "How long do you. think it will 'take to cure me ?" he asked, after the doctor hiid put him through. "W.ell," said the doc tor, solemnly, " I should advise yo?as a friend not to go back to your bank for business pure poses for several months. • You. want to. put yourself under proper treatment; it may be a year, perhaps, before you: can. go back with safety." "" You mistake,,' stammered the .visitor, tirning pale, "I am not in a bank, I am a clerk in the Melbourne post-office." A"Ah, indeed," replied the medico, not ;.' bit abshed.; "let me look at your tongue again. Hum, ha ; I see I was mistaken. There is no thing the matter with you but a little bilious ness--you will be well in a week." At al recent tea-fight, held in a small up country town, where the school building is not exactly a place,. the discolored and leaky walls were hungn round with...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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GRACIE'S SWEETHEART. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

GAI E'S SWEETHEART. IHappy, loving, winning, .little Gracie Waugh was what is commonly termed,a "spoiled (child," Arid'a' thorougli tyisat of the niost dainty description.' ":Her bright blue eyes beamed arid danced all day long; with the sunny gladness of a 'ontented'inind, and very few of the male sex could withstand her attractions. : She was ,the :pet. of her father; and the idol of. her brother, and she carried light'and peacefulness into the house every time'she crosseed the threshdld.' Anid she was in love, too, with a nitn on whom all her affections were concentrated. It was only natural that the naughty .boy Cupid should shed thelight' bf his soul on her, for who could resist her charming piquant man. ner. Many,vere..the gentleman who visited' her father's farm, who would have given everything they possessed'if she would 'have loved them as she did fortunate Willie Dowling. 'Butah! 'a heart'like hers coild' be given once, and once only; she could not hate anyone, but' then h...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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WOMAN'S RITES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

SWOMAN's RITES.-Marriage lines are noose papers. " The single eyeglass is worn by the masher. The theory is that he can see with one eye much more than he can comprehend. A rising young pianist of the masher type (a recent importation) was giving his opinion to a friend on the meanness of our shoddy aristocracy, as he called them. " For instance," said he, "I was invited to attend a musicale at the house of old Plutus at Toorak. Of course I played a good deal and enter tained the company amazingly, and, when I left, the old ruffian, as he shook hands with rme,- slipped a sovereign into my hand." "' What an old ass 1" said the friend, indig nantly, "what did you do?" "Oh, I tried to dt even with him. I hhughtily threw the money on the floor and left,. after first ex changing the coin for a bad one I had in my ,pocket, do you see ?" "Capitalidea," replied the, friend, "served the vulgarian right.', "Yes, itwas a grand idea, old fellow," said the pianist, "but the one he gave me was ba...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

, TiradeNotices MI R .::O. W :"N Y -LN.'/l iR, SPIANO AND SINGING, Visits .F ueeinsclif .every /f hursday. Siging ::class T. isday ievenings in St. Aridiew' C ri'W cbih. -Co?muniications ,ma tipy adl ressel care of. iss Wilson, Fancy Repository. ; REPOSITORY ,and _:.TOY DEPOT, .Staitioiiery, &c., Hesse street, Qutibeeil iff. Mrs Juies solicits .the pat ronage of the residenits :ni-l visitors to qiauecn. cliff; t4.' her. citabilisnimin in': H'esse street i, he .tilhey w41l find all tliere q' cluire?ients o.f aFanc'y oods Estab lishmeiit. . Albtnis, INoTve;'Jourhiia1s, Gift',and SSchool'Bo ol s,tSraps:'aida'SeraBobks. Pdonali Pint; i.g andi Lace Work. All thei Miterialfort it. A all Ik:ind lf .Mat-iil fori ladies' Needleiorl " PlaihriFancy, Stationery. ", Perfume ry Transfer S tationery. A complete stock on hand of a "FAMhIL GROCERIOC 1 ; ' Firuit i c..:.i. A visit,is respectfully solicited: J E S.MI .T H, FAMILY BUTCHER, " MER CER 8-1SR.EET, Q cen cliff. ' Bc?s to i'ifii'. th...

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"HOME ! SWEET HOME!" [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

SrHOMEL: SWEET? HOME I" 'Mid pleasures and palaces "though we may roam, Be it ever so humble,'there's noplace like home. * Thelhearts of "thousands have -thrilled at these words, so pregnant:with' home-love wordslthat have made home-dearer and more precious than it was before-words express ing the, .enderest feelings of thousands; to whom expression had previously been denied. Many a sweet singer, as she warbles:the familiar song, knows not who was its author; therefore,o, it may be'well to give a slight' sketch of his:character and somewhat sad career, . John HowardPayne was. born in33 Broad Street, Ne.w York, on; the 9th of June;?i1791; and a large; portion, of his 'childhood' was' passed amidst the peaceful verdant scenery, of East-Hampton, in'.th'at:State;; where his father was .principal of :a small academy; When John was five years old, his -father moved to Boston in .a .similar echolastic capacity, and there remained eight years ; after which, the subject of this memoir re tu...

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AMATEUR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

:i 'MATEUR.-No ; if an aptress brings dboin !the house, she is.nbt cobpellecd)t6 pnt it up' ,again. ,?.1 :?;.One of our young -masherS~; s,.presenf lately at a bazaar given for the benefit; of a lady in distressed circumstiicos, 'Oii 'of the ladies, slipped two -lottery ,tickets' iritnAtih ,hand,t ho looked at them for a-moment, and then said, " Haw,,.how much 1":' , Te.n-shil lings. each ticket," said the lady, .smiling sweetly., "I Oh,; haw, yanas," said' thtela?dly :killer/" doosed high, isn't it.2'., ,. It:ip for a p.or unfortunate widow," replied the lady, sighing, and squeeding 'huniaif lo6kifr? i her beautiful eyes, "who is in reduced cir cumstancrs.'!; : ="Aw,, yaas, exactlyi,"repliea?l the trapped one, extracting a quid and hand ing it over, ', yaas, let it be for a person in easy, circumstances next time, please, and nialkfit two shillings and sixpence a ticket:." We received from a large vulcanised india rubber firm a slooeily-prihteda bok, ho-talk ing a list of articles ...

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A Test of his Devotion. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

* A Test',of his':Devotion:; :. ThIley were a young. couple, newly married, and fresh--quite ;fresh--from the country. They were strolling in the Flagstaff Gardehs, arm in arim,in the ioetica liaze of the early, Septeriiber eve, aridheo wias whisi iing iii lier willing ear the, raptures of his fond affec tion. ,' And do.:ydu, Algernon; lo? ? sil o fbiidlY'' so devotedlyi so completelj; so: entirely, s6d utterly unselfishly, as you say ?"eagerly in quired the young and radiant bride. "Yes, my sweet pet;gieturned the hapjpy husband, " I love you, aboveaind ieyond6any.: :tiigop earth. Eveiihhe big Law Courts yonder mayicrtuible, awaýarid, dissolve,'intob dust, but. my, love is as solid as adamant, apd nothing cap. impart fractuosityi or reduce its, adamantine demento a., powder,. as it A- nd are: you willing, to :.give.me: a,'.test of tlielstrength of your devotion ?".she ?asked , "'Iy ducky ? arlin,"' le responded, "d you doubt me ? Ask of me hihte'er thou wilt, and it's'youi ..": g '...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

Sf0 a · ~99~ #... ..-(?Any description of- General Printing executed in First-class Style witFh Quick Despatch, and for Moderate Price, at the Office of h n t r er s me t ct d rr Newspapermts a SIn:.the Advertising Department every effort is made to: satisfy customersi-Special Inducements forA :barge -Advertisements, and anow gotlo2no a. i.

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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

Host': "Just ia other wee dagp 'fore youz go.?' Guest: "Na, na, a'll tak' nae mair I I'nP in a new lodging; and I'm ni'very weel acqhuainted with the stairs l 1?. 'jShall a husband keep his wife informed of his business ,a.ails' `' askif an innodent,l :.) There is no necessity, . She wfll find out five tintes as much as hd kiij6~lisuii~sef without therleast trouble. T)e. discoverer eof: petroleum, ? Colonel!.;. Drake, died m P ennsylvama, a comparatively , podr man, while hundreds ofundertakersiind discovery. - 7 f r Oscar Wilde told a.Liverpool'aidience that .while..off .the.J'aci ic..coa t f ,pth UtjUIt t States he saw a seal basking on a rock; `on whose back was painted the announcement of ri a nanufacturer of tooth powder. This was ,s' the back of the rock. ," ' A young man who was desiFous of marry ing a' daughter of a well-known merchant, after many attempts to broach the subject to the old gentleman,'in a verystuttering man :ner commenced, '"Mr. O--~, are you willing , to let...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

HUSBAND..-If our wife quairels with.you in; the street go inside and coincide... "" have just dropped' in to say something: particuhir to you, Edith,' said young Gras gon, the squiatter,.to, his beloved as he seatedli hlimselfi by the fire to watch, the fire-light play' on' her lovely features.:"' I've-been expecting-'something--of the kind,'"; replied; Edith, staring a red coal out of countenance. " Edith," continued the young man solemn ly " there is a change in my prospects. I am no longer wealthy. The cruel weather and the banks have bust meiup. "All'is gone: I am no longer rich." "Never mind, Geo'rge," replied Edith'h1cr fade beaming with love; ..,I, know all, but I will be true to you'. I will be yours at any time you wish." "But look iherd," repliqd Georgc, ':that is just what I don't' want roi to be. I've fixed up a match with old Mother Goldfleece, and I just dropped. in to tell you about it." She's ·arth; two hundred and fifty. thousand, and she: can't: 1live:above ten yea...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE WONDERS OF CANTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

SgTHE WONDERS OLCQATON.::' - :When called upon once. to' name the .most twonderfuil city :whicli she had ever visited, AMiss:.Bird, the gifted lady .traveller,, promptly, respionded: .. t :'t 'f i:1 ?' ,. '." Canton is at once the most-novel, fascinat ingand startling of all the'places I evier isited." After. a tesidence here of, a little over two weeks I am prepared to endorse this statement, if, indeed, a slatement coming froiii such a source needs any endorsement. It yill be observad' that this is not' ascribing to Canton pre-eminence f r anything like beauty, nhot' by any. "manner of means." "I' think there is more here that is disgustinig thatn thiere is that :is attractive; but these sights, soiunds' iid especially smells that "are offensive,: are pecu. liar to every Chinese city;, and a tourist' must lay.aside all polish and :fastidious notions in order tb- understand ahiythinig of the people, and th eir'institttidns; '" Cantofi'is :i crtainly re plete with surprises and extr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A VICTORIAN SEA PILOT. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

PILOT; -o j :BY, THEMARK THREE.. : he, tese.., te opSen sea, T:he blue, the vreh thi eer fire, LIFE"- 'i a schooner, hasts; lig q- eve thig, tharitejlcpdifipn Qf io 1 ..i4K.et beig. a maftti f in n Ihiig cr est to ful, t merely I., mpnp ibjct'. r f t with te: lepest interei.stto those .whose fortunes.i'e'a. 4 A 1 ,?I 'j ; G " , In G ", ::! 'sclhooers of'theVitorri Pil-ot' Se1rvice are theucoe o any years of lor.go and diffiully, and n their sea goina capcis will boar 'favo'rablpe.ompaiison. Wil ay S"essels" of '"he~ind iiiot'"t 'orlc'r" fd&d, onlyi ; lvessl i'io'lot eIdi inatl, iharacteh I couldt ,d' leir postions- ea,,ti be g i t- , Ripas.these schiouers havie to. As I liIVC said teali-. schooner rema..' "" ih t? i station for' eevelin ays, uli whih I all is fiifi' t'atc" mein to'herne. At t.iee ratidni oft ' ilgffe eAhM is' eleved ,by h other?i?coii 3panysesseliwh. in her'r tu takanelveun d" sbufennig aiout,?it d fortune the'' od %iay 's'nend.her hn a statiSiegenerilly 'ca...

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Melodrama in Three Views. I. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

Melodrama in Three= Viewsi .Imp6ssible eyes aind impssle air, ; And impossible play of expression; A'lyery improbable gesture and. air, And extrav'ajht boot a la,Hessian; ;.i. ;Long feathers and hats of the Corsican type, And brigandishbeards and moustaches; , ,Young ladies witih eyes that they frequently: , And exceedingly dark6oored'loaies These are essentials, and 'tison this plan Melodrama is viewed by the, property man, A sudden temptation,afdifalling firdm grae Of the heir to a very'large fortu~ne; ? And a?rascally uncle whlioseizes the place And cuts the y~ith outl of hisiportion; A beauteous lady ýiho falls in a pond ;,° And in love with tii youth (who instructs her); . " , ". . . A truculent villain,; who also is fond Of the maiden, and therefore abducts her. Pursuit by the youth and escape by ,the maid; A duel--resultlong uncertain ; } The villain is killed, :over. puts up his blade, Getsimariiedi, oists uncle, and-curitain. This is allthliatiis needful, as authors confess...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

The man who is charged with rheumatism desires to le ache quitted. , . Soinemen are.so lucky.tchatthy: couldni fall overboard withliit being pulledlup with, their pockets' full of fish. .. . ;,, ,., , t "' Wha.istation do you call this ?" asked a, man as he crawled out of the ruins of:a car riage after the Werribee accident. I Devas tation, sir," replied a fellow passenger.., "Why'don't you get up as erly ,as, youufas used to afew weeks ago?" a riy:askeds a i wife of her: lazy husband. ? ,Because, .my';; ",;' dear, it's sleep year," he grinned, as he, turn?ed ., ,,.: over for anothersnooze. . : ..,.. ... ,." I 'do-?ish you would come home;earlier,',', said a woman to her'husband. 'am afraid ,, to' stay, alone.., I. always; imagine. there's , somebody in. the house, but when you're herA? i I know there, ain't.'. ' . There.is in Africa, a river called, Kissme: . longa. The dusky belles whlio iwainder alonpg i r:: : its banks in company :wtlithheir ebony sweet.:i. hearts have, a: great...

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A Blow Up. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

:., A Blowl .Up.f t Two wellknown theatricals found them selved a few yers ago inhaNew Zealand towni ,tiiith?'only ten,'`' hlngns .between them ;,the_ co6m any had ,ifurst .up, stid thej were the -only two unable'to get away. One ofithYem, a man of genius, bought some rock salt' and some other simple ingredients, and set the other to pound away to reduce itto a powder. When finished, it was put up in small pac kets, and. they both started out selling the compound as a preventative against kerosene explosion, at one ,shilling a packet. The powiier ~ad fo be put in the lamp, and safety ,was assure'd!; this was 'the story pitched. Their success was.great, anJ, tey.wereacu ~ui; ing' -ealth' for a few: weeks; till one day the partner who used to do the pound ing up business asked the other partner if the -stuff-was .really any-?good:- "ood;'-replied .the inventor; " it is the grandest thing out. T defy any lamp to explodesif .they ;use -this' powder, you can hold a lamp upside down and i...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 24 May 1884

iootball i': The Thursday hilf-holid?y' wa"'the "means 'of affordinig one of those jolly'aftern6ons whichli re mrae the excep6tion than'the6'rule: td`itigi ouri d(ull winiteffi.tother ' match' ad -playedibetweeti thi Aitilleiýy'lndClitff bootball "Clubs; vliich resulted:, in 'rin easy -win for the forif'r, 'they'obtaiuiiig five goals iiiid a',"inbmbr'of behinds to the Cliff's onie behliid.: i Tbo e thbre seemed, to be a' gieat' "deal of one-sideýtei s in tiie;se n"tches, occi sib6ed partly'by thea greiter 'weight' of the Artillery I anidpartly 'by theW bidclkig-ouit 'ipc'bilities" 'of thos, inen' whdo'played wi ell fdr the Clifflast year. :Thbse wilyfall-bicks: seeim' to'ghini1 deal of miuiinsenmei iu stimid' inganioi~'st:the'crowdof otnlookoers o'singiig outit'. Go it' Cliff," but f ifo my' Uitu I wuld' 'Sooi'er: have the' :euer?g of: their muscle' cdreAtiDngheat'am6onist the players thaii th'at of itheiri; ungs flying. over the wall. 'The 'Cliff .started with very' fewv mn, but ev...

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