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NEWMARKET SHEEP SALES. Tuesday, 10th March. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

NEWMAHKET SHEKF SALES. Uaesday, 10th March. I Adamson, Strettle and Co. report ! Fat fcheep A. largo proportion ! consisted of second and useful grade, and the supply of good and prime qualifies proved folly ample for local requirements. Opening galea were a shade firmer, when occasionally prions showed an advance of abont. 6d per head. Owing to the hot weather the improvement was not maintained, Bidding* became dall, the market closing at lowex rates. Quotations: Prime crossbred wethers, 19s 6d to 2ls Sd, extra do do from 22s to 24s, good do do from 16s 6d to 18s 9d, second do do from 15s. Primejzroea bred ewes from 16s Cd to 18s 6d. extra do do from 19-* to 22s 6d, good do do from 14* to 16s, second do do from 12s to 13s 6d, inferior and old from 8s 6d upwards. Prime meriiw wethers from 17s 6d to 19s, extra do do from 30* to 21s 3dt good do do from 149 to 15s 9d, second do do fiom I Is (3d to 13s,, inferior from 10s, with merino ewes from 7 to l-7s. They also sold 121 orossbred, 0...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

puh|]C Notices HEARME'S ^ ire Pi % ©IT As it will if made by J. T. H&LL, tha. JKyiretoffi TaiTro •Measnses l«ken wt^aiice&uil every Sale Day, a-sul alii uuiilo: on the* Latest'Stylo,-Cut-stud I*it Guaranteed, oh, bfea-jremitscs,, nudes poi'scnal .-supervision,, -J8T. ^r'jQLXto'Xaia K«1N( Visits i.uriceficl'd every Sale bay. Aduress Sh»»minrk H'.iul. 1F®%. 5$ Fear Constipation, | Biliousness,, Bad Breathy Headache, Indigestion. KEEP YOURSELF Posted up iu MATTERS. ; By Subscribing, to THE Jfercctflitldi— —IflMtttl'lj. Briglit,; JBreesy, and ¥p-to-date Printed throughout in Liiiicofiult)/.' With a wido rungu of I'upois, Cards, Thru, 15tu,, and an improved plant wu turn out job ••• i?Ki3sr,iii3src3 ln Ojty Style City Prices. | STANDING. THIS SK \80N AT LA HCK< I FIELD,, and- truvelliug tho surrounding' ' - district*; v."-v^.•> ■ • ■ ...» •• The Purebred'; Clydesdale i •' v ;: Stallion, Royal ; Highlander IVi-ma ... , "JB4r 4» ;• £1 piiyiil'lo at mui of Hoii...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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UNDERGROUND MALTA. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

UNDERGROUND KIALTA. It can safely be said that Malta can hold its own with other coun tries, or the world', <ui regards underground passages. Bothtlie an cient and present capitals lire laby rinthed with underground passages. The difference between the two- is that thoa<h of tho former—Citta Vce chid—-belong to tlio past, while tliufio of the latter—Vnletta—-belong to the present, and arq stilt teeming with life. The origin of both sefcs of pas* tfagos is very obscure;• Tlvc C'nta-' combs, aa the passages ,'<if Citta Cecchia ure caiiod, were probably the homos and burying-piaces of tho early Christians oi Malta, co«turic» ago. Th/j Catacombs have been thrown open to the public, the bones hav itaff been previously buried ns to. prevent visitora. removing them. It is in one of Ihe i>cttcr-cla&£ Ca tacombs that a wonder exists. A. door serving as an entrance con sists of a huge slab of stone, and revolves on its own hinges. The slab of stone ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

THE RECENT EPIDEMICS OF . SMALLPOX AND DIPHTHERIA Would certainly not hnvo atraiued such pro portions if the .hygiauic fact were more generally known that the disinfection of the mouth by n reliable and harmless antisep tic is agreat factor, not only against such local throat diseases as diphtheria, tf n il itUB, quinsy, and eoro throat-, b h against all ailments where the infeotiou a throu^l^tbe throat or respiratory tract, Hy I puttiag: 3 drops cf SANDEJi'S. KUCCA lAPTl EXXKACX ou a piece of hn BUgar,. and allowing it to d»&3o1ve in the I uioutb, that cavity is thoroughly «Hi,iu I fected. The Tolati'e nature of XANDKRS i 15XTKACT mak«s it penetrate every crovic. ! SANDUK'-S HXTKACT is nut nauseous ao r : depressing like the eointtiou eucalyptus and possesses great antiseptic power. By using BANDEK'S EXTRACT you avoid the un certain composition of tho loiowgf; you hav* the bftaefit of the ntrougest antificptic that can be used with safety, and the re ult is protection froro...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

£1000 . n'fzEs £1000 Acknowlfdgod to be ono of the most genuine of all 69th Year. the Art Uuiorns over heM. MUiYcar, ' AS POPULAR A3 EVER. THE GREAT EVENT OF THE YEAR fcbru An.sivkrbaky Ejoiit Hotim Dav 'Qrasnl Fete, Bazaar, and Art Union. Jti aid of th» Charitie* (Town aud Uouutry). Exhibition Buildikgb, JJklbouunb, Monday, 27th April, Eight Hours Day* Publie a*jil Book UoUdov Eiodt Hours -Aht Union 10*1 Value £1,000 works of Art by Australian irtfeu 1st. Prize. Oil Painting Value £500 2nd Prize, Oil Painting, Valuo £1UG 3rd Prize, Oil Painting. Value £50 and 07 other Prizes rangin? »; Value from 2!9. NOTE--The Committee are pureWlng and paying for the Picture* the amounts at which »hey am valued as u'cove stated. In order, however, to fully hutWy the Public and Siib*«jribi*iH of the i<mt jidit of the Art Unioji, uud th»t, in their opinion, tlm Picture* are worth these pricc.i, tho 'Committee offcra (iftipplivd to within one month from Lbu drawing of the Art Union) to fi...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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DAINTY DOILY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

MAINTY DOir.Y. 'Tills pretty dolly has a centre of fine linen. The medallions arc mncle of flattenbeiyj braid, the cen tre of each being1 n ring, which can be bought rcndy-mrule. The medallions are caught to gether with a thread or two of the 11 ti011 used in working Lho designs,, and fastened to ilie scalloped cdg'J of the doily with " spider'threads V .and webs, a:r shown in the illustra tion. - .' '

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

TAKE NO OTHER. " For niofi years I suffered with * liter <liiord«r.'andtried nuraoroua medicinc*. ob taining rery littla relief," writes Miss Esther J., Cotea, Majors Creak, N.S,W. " Alter taking Chamberlain's Tablots regu larly for a fortnight 1 fouud I was greatly benefitted, and am now completely restored health. Uy father, who iu 79, is ua in valid and i* troubled with couBtipation, but bat hut obtained the greatest benefit from Cfeamberlain'a T*bUt*», Kuthcr than use any other medicine we have afteu aont into Braid wood, that is 90 miles away, for Cham berlain'* Tablet*," - Sold by all Chemist* oud ®to?eke«pei«. Shire pf tiancefield. A PPLICATIQNT'wiU be received by the Lamxtfield Sbiie Council up till 3V ij.nl. ou MARCH 27 fiom pcriona jilliug to MlSettoko the dutiux of INSPKU TOR O? HDIgj&cm Salary, £5 per ft it.'. ;!v':. (By Oiilor) r. J. MoUAaOK i Mcilft; QiStv Secretory, Auatlnni. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 25,'14 At " DAISY HIMj," FARM, XSSSSICXST At 1.30 p.m. Un...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SOME GOOD RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

SOME GOOD RECIPES." ..■■■You need: >nevor bo nl ^a' loss •..for ■ a perfect1 sweet courso :.so vlong; as i currants arc available. -A special-: feature m. evorv well-organised household is a knowledge of cur rant cookery. It has many advan tages. .r.jrst, the .regular -use . of currants is conducive to health— that .is nil important ; second, it is very economical-; and last/ but not least, the flavour of a dtsh that contains currants is; always ^ attrac tive.— .A'; larder . with a reserve, of currants is always well stocked Always Imvcrtheuii luituly. The fol lowing recipes . lune been specially prepared by .»a .leading, expert in domestic cookery. / *

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Court Fixtures. The following are the Police Magis trate's days of attendance at the courts of this part of the Castlemaine Oiatriot:— j t/ance6eld—Wednesdays, 11 a.m. January 21, February 18, Maroh 18 April 15, May 20, June 17. B&rasey— Wednesdays, 2.30 p.m. ■on narae dates as Lancefield. Woodend—Mondays, 3 p.m. Jan uary 12 and 26 ; February 9 and 23; Murch 9 and 23 April ; 27 , May 11 ■and 25. and June 22. Kyoeton—Tuesdays, 10 a.m. Jan uary -6, 13, and 27-; February 3, 10, ■and .24., Mareli % 10,. 24, and 31 ; April 7 and. 26; May 5. 12, aud 23 ; «nd JaneS, 9,"23t.an(i, 30. Licensing Cdnrtsv-wiUj b0 Md- as follows:—Lefti«fl«id district (held at llom-ey)—January 21. February 18, Mft'oh 18, April 15, May 20, and jane 17. Kyoetoo—January 6, February 3, Maroh 3, April 7, May 5, and June

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CURRANT SODA SAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

. CURRANT SOJJA SAK1S." , • lib. v. flour;,w2lb. - currants, -Jib. brown or moist- sugtfr,. :^lb. butter/ 2 eggs, 2 vitenspoonfuls . treacle, ! teaspoonfulv'bl-carbonate ■? of soda/ i pint milk. Method.—Mix the ' AouK and soda,1 rub >: in tlio. butter, v;ndchY sugar and currants, theiv the treuclc/. millc and beaten eggs;J^eat aU n'ell together/: fill..! jn : \ two : : Avell«buttered . «.eake moulds, and bakeMn -<a .. moderately hot oven for about. hours.; r ' -/ J

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Market Reports. WOODEND MONTHLY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Market Reports. Tho Victorian Producers' Go. operative Company, 495 Collins Htreet, Melbourne, report having held 'heif Monthly snle »t. Woodend on Monday, 9th inst, when thoy yarded 480 head, comprising uice linen of fat bullocks, cows,, springers,. and young cattle, The Rheop advertised for the sale were withdrawn on advice from the auctioneer,, owing to the dry spell. Tho attendance of buyers was a very representative one from Ballarat, Mel bourne, Kyneton, LnncoHeld, and sup rounding districts. Competition was keen and prices ruled high,, and only a few pens were passed, prices hardly reaching owner's expectations. Fat bullocks £9 to £10 10s,. seconds £7 10a to £8 10s, steers £5 15s to £6 7s 3d. F-t cows, £6 10s to £7, seconds £4 IO.h to £5 5s, springers £6 7a 6d to £9; lines of springing heifers, first calf, £4 9$ to £6'?« 6d ; store heifeiB, 2 to 2\ years, to £2 115a ; store cows £2 10a to £3 ; vealers, first quality,. 50a to 64* ; seconds 40s to 45s. Other lines of poddies L2...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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PUFF PASTE FOR MINCE PIES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

PUFF I'AH'i'JO FOR MINCK I5IES. : - Wash vwellr half a pound of: butter, working it with the lumcls so as to* extract nil the saltv and butter-milk. (This'."will help to make tho pastry more delicate When wall washed divide, it into • two cakes, and drop them into 'a basm of cold water. FIJI .a pint" mcasuro with dry flour, put lt into.adding hull.a teaspoonful. each- of- salt .and castor ouffar.' ^ Take " one of tho pieces of butter^ wipc'it;--'and with the hands work it* into the flour. When this 'is dono take "a knife and stir in enough cold water (about hulf a cupful should bo-suflicicnt) to bring tho puBte to ttyo proper consistency, and*work It up with the kmfe into UieV>ha|ic of n ball. Dust tho ■jmsteboard over with flour, turn the paste out on to it without touch* ,ing, . and'roll out quickly and light ly, taking caro not to break tho pastry. When It to about a quarter of'an inch in thickness take the rust of the butter; wipe it, aud cut it into :dlce;'nnd sprinkle - tho...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

ri-nch lne.~e»j*ciall» vhrn von lire ist lh« country »atl have toll* jtyotiraelf. WARD UUOS Machine* Here-fewer parts than **.:v ©'.'jit— nothln* to K*t out of nrilpr. I'ontliW'chenpfr tha;i vlhetfr t\'c pnVlrclght 1o-vottT »lM:oir— gnoran'tcr rvrry tno<rhino^~nnd let for tlJu«trt»t*d Cu&oj-p»«t frtc. Machine* of all make# repaired, JCeedlt* and Part* tuppKea. loc any Machine. 36-38 ERROL STREET.' NORTH MELBOURNE A S3UPLB CURE FOR INDIGESTION. BOW A. KEAPKE OBTAINSD WON. DERFUL AND IMMEDIATE RELIEF FItOM AN ORDINARY ANTACID; Sufferers from indigontion wilf bo interested-in a lettor written by Mr H. Cuddeford, SO Georpe - street, EaHton-road, London, who, b»ving suffered terribly from stomaoh trouble, quickly cared himself by a simple remedy. Mr Cuddeford writes ; — I have suffered with in digestion and censtipation for over five years, nod it bos been getting worse every year. For tbis last; twulve months I hare suffered dread ful pain, I have been attending a doc...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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JAPANESE ENTERTAINMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

.1 Al'ANKSE KNTlCliTA IN'AIKNTS Stage munntfenimit id Japan is somewhat eccentric. When un nctor Is killed during the play a mun in black rushes' on ami holds a largo cloak before ttio «upposi»d corpse, who rises and runs off the stitg<*« The scenes aru nover shifted, hut, the whole stage revolves upon wheels ; while between tho acts the children among the audience rush be hind ilia curtain and play until tho drum heals for another act. The performance begins at 1.0 a.m., and tho audience provision themselves fur twenty-four hours, curling thorn selves up on mala am! smoking the whole time. 'l'ho load keel o( the YanderbilfT d&* fender of tho America* Cup, weighlngr 124,0001b., 1ms been cast tit Bris tol, Khodo Island, U.S.A. Mrs. Joseph Chcwnberlain is * descendant of. one of tho Pilgrim Fathers.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Strange Living Jewels. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Strange Living Jewels. To increase tho splendour of thoir toilettes, Creole beauties make us< of tho Cucuyos, a largo species t»t firefly, found in tho tropical forests of South America. Strange jewels ! which must bo fed, which muat b-j bathed twice a day, and must be incessantly taken care of to pre vent them from dying. Tho Indians catch these insects by balancing hot coals in the air, at tho end of a stick, to attract them, which proves that the light which theso insects difiuso is to at tract. Onco in the hands of the women, the Cucuyous are shut up in little cages of very frno Wire, and fed oh fragments of sugar-cane. When tin* Mexican ladies wish to addrn them selves with these living diamonds, they place them in little bags of light tulle, which they.arrange with taste on their skirts. There is another wny of mounting tho Cucuyos. They pass a pin, without hurting them, under the thorax, and stick this pin in their hair. Tho refinement of eleganc< consis...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Saw Napoleon's Retreat. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

I Saw Napoleon's Retreat. * In the district of Meseritz a wo man who can prove by official papers that she was one hundred and twenty years old on October 15th has been found by the "Frank furter Zcitung." She is believed tn be the only person in Germany who saw Nnpoleou's army marching on Moscow. Afterwards sho saw the Russian Cossacks clinso tho French soldiers back across the frontier. The woman's name is Hedwig Stavne. She wns born at rieschen, on tho Russian frontier, October 15th, 1793, being tho daughter of nn innkeeper* Sho remembers well seeing Jerome's right wing of tho Grand Army pass her father's door. Thd troops be haved Well, she soys, but "the beg gars wouldn't" eat black bread," and her mother had to kill geese and chickens for them. The Cos sacks, on the other hand, are a ter rible memory for her. She says that her father fled with all his cattle into a neighbouring forest to escape the Cossacks, and for days she carried food to him.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Where Sound Cannot be Heard. A MYSTERY OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Where Sound Cannot be Heard. 1 , A MYSTERY OF THE SEA^ It is n singular and somewhat disturbing fact that there frequently exists at sea, in the urea covered by a fog, what might be described as a zone of silencc; that is, a belt of space in which sound cannot bo heard. It is the only thing of all others most dreaded by mariners. There nitty he danger ahead—say,, a deadly rock lying right in the vessel's course. The light that marks it, whether from lighthouse or light ship, is blanketed by tho fog, but the crew at least .expect to hear the warning blast of tho foghorn. No such blast reaches them. The sound is completely lost in the silenco zona- and the first intimation they have 01 tho danger is when the ves sel crashes on tho rock. To tins cause undoubtedly- may be attributed soino of the great disas ters at sea which have puzzled many shore people.. There: was the/case of tho Stella, for' instance, which ran full tilt on the .Cusquet Rocks, off Aldernej Tho btella was a railway ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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School Examination. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

School Examination. The annual examination of St. Mary's School, Laneefjeln, was held I on Tuesday, March 17. The result war { very saHRfHctoty. Tho inspector (Mr 1 O'DriRColl) reported as follows:— j " Tho examination of §b Mary*8 Snhnol, Lanerfield, was hold fn-dwy (Mirch 17ih). Thirtymivon pupils wi'i'o presented for examination. Popils were graded as follows:— Grade VIII, four pupils ; Grude \rIT, one pupil ; Grade V, six pupilp; Grade IV, seven pnpils; Grade III, seven p»p»l«; Grade II, wix pupils; Gride I, six pupils, A glance at the register shows that not one pupil i failed in an) of tho essom.iul Pul>jeot«. This in mi excellent reRult, and le fleiifK credit on the teacher (Miss Gnpuck). Pupils set to their work with the knowledge of going to suc ceed, and they wore not disappointed. It. ip h ph"wnrefr'i pnpilp, teneher and inspector to he able to" work tn har mony. Thin is owing *" tho sections and i-ffieie'»fc wo*k done by l he teacher throught the year. The copy-b^uk^ ...

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Springfield. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Springfield. (From Ouv Correspondent.) Tho annual tea meeting and con cert in connection with the Spring field church wan held on Wednesday evening, llfth infit., and resulted in a pronouooed suooosb. At six o'clock a largo crowd had gathered to purtioi- I pnto in tho tea meeting, which ie al ♦vays a very important, part of tho function, especially to tbo juvenile portion of the community, and after fleverftl relays at table the first part of the evening's entertainment was sue* cessfully accomplished, The tables were presided over by MesdameB Molise and Clement, assisted by Miss Ohapmau, Miss Pontiug and Miss | Ochiltree, and Mesdames O'Hara and Brumley, assisted by Miss Brumley at-d Mi*s Cadden, Au excellent re past was provided, and as usual full justice douo to it. When concert (.imoftnived it waa plainly evident that ir< would be impossible to get the crowd present inside the church budding in which the uoneert was to Iju held, ho it was decided by the management to ...

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Conserving the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Conserving the Water. Though the Lancefield Water 'hist advertised a reminder that the supply was for domestic pur Jposes only, there were those who Impossibly with the show in mind) icould not see the Jast rose of 'summer left blooming alone with out giving it a refresher, and hree cases were reported to the ioard by its inspector. At the ,ancefield court on Wednesday, iefore Mr Bartow, P.M., Arthur ^upcrt Itxerott was charged on [Sgt. Mackay's' information with jsing water for other than domes _ jc purposes on February 3. J Tbe defendant pleaded guilty, and wrote as follows:—'Re the ffcharge of waste of water on Feb ruary j brought against me by She Lancefisld Water Trust On She information of Sgt. Mackay, I fbeg to state that I plead guilty to She charge, and desire to say that Ppt was accidental I had no water lit my residence on the date in fbueslion from 6.30 a.m. till 5.30 |p.m., and at that time f was away, &nd unfortunately a tap from my ^ashhouse was left-open. I o...

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