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FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSOCIATION SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

FAIRFIELD PROGRESS ASSOCIA, TION bOCIAL. A very pleasant and enjoyable evening was the experience of a large attendance at the Fairfield Progress Association's Social in the Fairfield hall, in spite of the very wintry weather of last Tuesday. Tho rendering of the following items of a goQd programme was mqch appre ciated :-Songs, " Faithfu? and True,' and "I called my love," Mr F. J. Crabbi song, " O, .ry those tears," with violin obligate, Mr and Mrs N. Trevena; diar logue, Miss Honey's treasure," Mrs Guerero and Miss Crabb; song, "The valley by- the sea," Mrs N. Moore; two violin solos, with piano accompaniment, Mr N. Trevena; recitation, "The same old game," Mr Hyslop; song, "I couldn't," Miss Rene Down; recitations, - "Como" and "A Country J.P., Mr W. M'Murtrie; song, "What might have been" (encored), Mr T. Trevena. The singers -were artisti~gljj.sApported by Miss TrevenaI as accompamiet6 In.m- -' ing, with Mr Le Masurier as M.C. and Mr Townsend as pianist, was heartily kept upti...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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ELOCUTIONARY RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

SELOCUT10bARY RECITAL. Mr Herbert M. Kennewell, the bril liant elocutionist, will deliver his delight. ful recital of Ralph Connor's fascinating story of '" Gwen" in the Ivanhoe hall next Saturday evening. -Mr I ennewell is acclaimed to be a most talented enter tainer. He recites this interesting and pathetic story in about 80 minutes. His verbalaccuracy is:a remarkable achieve ment, but when this is allied,. as in his case, to the arts and graces of the elo cutionist and dramatie ability of high order, the efEect is superb. The object is a worthy one-the Presbyterian young men's building fund-and contributions from talented musical artists will be included in the programme, consequently. a bumper house is anticipated. -

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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POLICE PROTECTION REQUIRED [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

POLICE PROTECTION REQUIRED Last Monday evening a letter was re ceived by the Collingwood council from the secretary of the Queen's Memorial Infections Diseases Hospital, asking that body Jo co-operate with the committee of the hospital %nd the ofcia.ls of the Yarra Bond Asylum, in formitg a deputation at the chief commissioner of police, with a view to urging i--q..?d protection along the Heidelber, .,..i and adjoining streets from North Fitzroy to Fairfield. Many cases of unseemly conduct, it is stated, have reogntly occurred, and in one in stance a case of atten~ptec assault ha4 been substantiated. Crs Ia?~f ' T.pbh ~ and Coulson were appointed to attend the deputation.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TEMPLESTOWE TENNIS CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

TEMPLESTOWE TENNIS CLUBS. Some time ago a movement was made by the Presbyterian church to form a tennis club for the young people of the district, and so enthusiastically has the matter been taken up by all sections of the cqmmunjty that it .has been decided to form two clubs, one'for East and ti6 other for West Templestowe, East elub to play on the recreation ground, West on the reserve at Ruffles Creek. Already. about 60 members have been secured, and their fees, together with the £5 from the concert given by the Carynia social club, will nearly purchase the material for the two courts. The work of forming the courts and erecting the fencing will be- done by the members of the clubs. An entertainment committee, qonsigting of three members from each 'ib, ha'sbeen formed for the purposa.e o arranging monthily concerts t. augment the funds of the clubs, and already two programmes have been.promised.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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IVANHOE CROQUET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

IVANHOE CROQUET CLUB. The monthly committee meeting of the Ivanhoe croquet club was held at the residence of the president (Mrs H. Burrell) on Monday last. -There was a good attendance, and after all the busi ness before them was finished, a general meeting of members of the club was held.. The hon. secretary, Mrs King, read the statement and balance sheet of the bazaar, which was co6dsiderecfvery satisfactory. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to Mr W? C. Joy for his un selfish work, the members being very grateful, and knew that much of the success was due to his capable manage ment. Letters of thanks were passed to Mr and Mrs H. Wilcox for kindness in hsring the gymkana held at Ivanhoe House i also for the use of their eroquet ground for winter raceic.e ;or grouanet members, and to several ladies'who *ore not members, who had taken charge of stalls at bazaar. Great satisfaction was expressed at the prospect of having the croquet lawns in good order this coming season. Many good ...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SALE OF GIFTS AND WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

SALE OF GIFTS AND WORK. A very successful cherry blossom fete and sale of work was held in the Fair field hall on Saturday last by the mem bers of St. Paul's iPhurch of Englaud Ladies' Guild. The function was opened by Cr A. H. Price. The following wese the stallholders and stalls :--~Whitework, Mesdames Thompson and Clay! fancy work, Mesdames Reidle and Pearsall, assisted by the Girls' Friendly Society; refreshments, Mesdames Besley, Guer. rero, and Miss Syler, assisted by Missrs Hill, Downes, Guerrero and Besley; produce, Mesdames James and M'Onl* ongh; foWir -'stall,; Mrs Martin, Misses 0. and G. Downs and Fegan,; sweets, Mesdames Caindy,- 4d Misses Brown, L. Thompson, P. Stevens, Es sery and Snowball; kitchen stall, Mas ters Hudson and Guerrero; post office, Masters Simondson, Coate and Clay. Shooting competition, prize pair of canaries, won by Miss Irene Down and shot by Mr Fred. Besley; cushion won by Mr Vellenoweth. Nail-driving com petition, prize a chair, won by Mrs Collins...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

QV. "The very first Suit he tailored for me settleld the ques tion. Material. cut fit and finish pleased me so well I sinplv couldn t pass lit for my next, Let him tailor you a Suit and see if you don't agree with me. His Suitings are ex ceptionally fine. Pat terns post free if you cannot oall. tSMImTStaa4 JoHn.sron Sr . O=onrsvo. 5. l OY just school and residing in district, wanted to learn Butchering Business -HARRY'DAVEY, Ivanhoe. . - W ANITED,:Good General, wages 15/. MRS G. LITTLE, "A!lan Brae," Station Street, Ivanhoe; W ANTED, Girl, young, assist all duties; light place, good.home. BIDSTRUP, ''Coonover,"" Green Street, Ivanhoe. WTANTED' to Sell, Hooded B-Bggy, rubber tyres ; also buggy horse and harness. -Fuller particulars : from . T. TREVENA, Grange Road, Alphington. Phone;, 5410. T OST, on 7th June, from Valley View, IJ Marshal Street, Ivanhoe, Yorkshire Terrier Puppy. Reward, -O- R SALE, Turkey, splendid sitter, Scover 30 eggs; also 12 W.L. Padman Pullets, splendid layers...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PRAISE SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

PRAISE SERVICE. The praise service held in the Ivanhoe Presbyterian church last Sunday even. ing was well attended and much appre. ciated. The musical part of the service was a credit to the choir and choir master, and the solos rendered were much enjoyed. The anthem sung after the sermon entitled "The Works of God" was most effective. The soloists and their contributions were :-Mrs Bethel, "Lead, Kindly Light"; Mrs Townley, "How vain is man"; Miss James, "The Lost Chord"; Mr Hender son, "Teach me to pray." The Rev J. II. James, B.B., preached an able and eloquent sermon from the text, Matthew chap. 26, verse 30: "And when they had sung a hymn they went out into the Mount of Olives." Mr James pointed out that Jesus was a preacher, teacher, and also a singer. He sang with his disciples in the upper room at the clcse of the passover meal. Jesus sang in the midst of his troubles. The earthly am bitions of his disciples, and Judas' be trayal of him troubled him, nevertheless He sang. He...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

TEMPLESTOWE SHIRE COUINCIL. At the ordinary meeting of the Tem plestowe shaire oounoili held on Tuesday,, June 30, there were preeen :--Cre. Mc Namara (president), Smith, Sloan, Speers, Tresise, and. Hunter. S Correspondenoe. From Inispector John Dent, tendering his resignation as inspector of nut stances.-Rece.ved. From miunicipal association, acknow ledging receipt of council'e letter re subsidising of motor buses, and stating that the matter will be plaoed before the executive committee at the next meeting.-Reoeived. From D. McAuSan_, "Glenfern," drawing'attention to a- letter previously sent about repairs i. Ayr street, atthe north end, ans kina hen te wDor?k is likgly 9 ? done.--Referred to Don cnaster counil, on motion of Gre. Smith and Sloan. From same, referring to a trei over hanging the fence on the Ayr road, and asking for permission to remove it. l@oeived. General. Or. Hunjer said that the bridge at Ruffy's creek on the main road -was in had repai, and moved that it rece...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SHIRE ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

SHIRE IENGINEEB. We learn that the Heidelberg shire conncil is calling for applications for the position of engineer to the shire at a salary .of .£400 per annum. Owing to the- gre-~f irqear e in the work inivolved through therapid growt1~ i "ioplatio of the shire, we understand that anassis tant engineer will also be appointed to enable the chief engineer to successfully cope with the work and make up arrears.

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SEASON'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

IIA0N'S FIXTURsEB. Pulewblg Io the draw, matehes belig d the a e fs e the art-named Club: Ueeeai 3ouas urg Ur.-lphington y. Diamond Creek: nIIeM Jhalern v. Fairfield; Ivanhoe v. •I eheeg; Greenaberounh, a bye. i -p &-hlem. v. Diamond Creek; ghstts v. P?aired :anlors; Heidelberg , weeemsbeersetl; I~vahoe, a byo. lto tl.--hmanbee . Alphlngton; DIa m Oe ek v. Greeneberongli; Fairfeld v. 3etelb b users, a bye. ,y e.-Ndeldberg v. Dtamena. Ctet; t . Flae-eld; Fairfield Jn • . l :e blaliirCa. ·b?'. aIp?n?e? v. dres borough; l e v. l'?.rfle!d: Fairfield JoaTnlers v. dbe; Diamend Creek, a byre. August 1.-Heidelberg v. Alphington; wtamend Creekv. Ivanhoe; Greensborough . Fairfleld Juniors; Fairfield, a bye. August 8, 15, and 22.-Seml-flinal and htilt matbhes..-. As the official organ of the Asso eiation, considerable interest is taken in the reports which appear in "The News" from week to week. We endeavour to have these as accurate as possible, but as we are unable to have a represen...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

PITH AND POINT. E~On Sunday iEeit the iev R. Ditterich, the organising- secretary of the Metho dist Centenary Movement for Victoria, will conduct services at 11 a.m. in the Fairfield MIethodist church and 7. p.m. in the Ivanhoe church. Mr Ditterich is known as an eloquent preacher, and also as a man of high literary attainments. Eloquent an.d forceful appeals may be expected from- him. Baillieu Allard Pty Ltd. announce in. our advertising columns a sale of a house and allotments, part of Eaglemont estate, to be held at their rooms next Wednesday at 12 o'clock. SThough Hattam's have not been able to announce their .big sale this week as promised, there are still big values ob. tainable there. Come over and see. Mr Gee. Todd advertises that he has opened a dairy-produce and small goods snop in Heidelberg road, Ivanhoe. Cold, isn't itP Get that overcoat or muffler that you need so badly at Hattam's, Northcote.. No values in these goods so high anywhere! A euchre party and dance in aid ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 11 July 1914

SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY And send your Linen to the Ivanhoe Laundry Heidelberg Road (opposite News Press). o03ERS CALLrD POR & DELIVERED *TWIOE WEEKLY. :.? ?-.- '?Post: Cards receive Prompt Atteritioi. AI Workl Done by Hand. Reasonable Prices. - , -.· : . :il TheFavor of Your Patronage is Solicited. Why Worry about Washing WHEN The Surrey Laundry 227 JOHNSTON STREET S WI take all your work off your hands at a nominal charge Orders saled for and delivered weekly in all parts of Heidelberg, Ivanhoe, I Alphington and Fairfield. JOHN YOUNG, Proprietor. Phoene: Central 7328. ....?. . H. GHEGOHlY' Saw Maker and CuI/e, -:p*- ? ie Saw and Cutlery Works ..r:?,n'sron s~reet. cailingwaod,[ned r 5miah -.] STailors and Hairdressers' Implements and Razors ground and set. ... Saws all kinds repaired and sharpened. J. W. BROWN, Ilst ECLASS -CERTIFICATED PLUMBER, Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe. (Late inspector M,M.BW.) E-TIMATES GIVEN FOR LAYING ON HOT OR COLD WATER. Sewerage Connections, Gasfitting...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 July 1914

SUPPORT LOCAL INDUSTRY : - And send your Linen to the I vanhoe Laundry Heldelberg Road (opposite News Press). :: ORDERS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED TWICE WEEKLY' Post Cards receive Prompt Attention. ---Iwe`ork Dnen by Hland.- Reasonable Prices. :-; : The Favor of Your Patronage is Solicited. Why Worry about Washing WHEN The Surrey Laundry 227 ?JOHNSTON STREET Will take all your work off your hands at a nominal charge Orders called for and delivered weekly in'all parts of- Heidelberg, Ivanhoe, Alphington and Fairfield. JOHN YOUNG, Proprietor. 'Phone: Central 7328. J. H. GREGORY. Sow Halter and Cul~en MP-?n?i Saw .nd Cublery Works n sl-r-e. Collingwood,[nite r Smih 5t.)] ":.a. :.nd Hairdressers' Implements and Razors ground and set. Saws all kinds repaired and sharpened. J. W. BROWN, 1st -CLASS i.:- • . 'CE R TIFI CATED PLUMB ER, Heidelbere Road, Ivanhoe. (Late inspector MM.B.W.) ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR LAYING ON HOT OR COLD WATER. Sewerage Connections, Gasfitting, Bellfitting, Iron, C...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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SEASON'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 July 1914

Si-SON'S FIor TURS. Folloiwing~is the draw, matches being ea the ground of the first-named Club: S Second Round. ?i?ne ?7.-Alphlngton v. Diamond Creek; Fairfeld Juniors v. Fairfleld; Ivanhoe v. Heldelberg; Greensborough, a bye. July 4.-Fairfield v. Diamond Creek; Alphington v. Fairfield Junior; Ileidelberg v-. rccnsboreughb; Iranhoe, a bye. July l1.--Ivanhoe v. Alphington; DIa mond Creek v. Greensborough; Fairfield v. Hcidelberg; Juniors, a bye. .uly 18.--Hieidelberg v. Diamend Creek: Greensborough rv. Falreld; Fairdfield Jun -ors v. Ivanhoe; Alphington, a bye. .ul .25.--Alphlngton v. Greensborough; L~attpe v. Fairfield; Fairfield Juniors v. eieldelberg: Diamond Creek, a bye. August 1.-Heidelberg v. Alphington; Diamond Creek v. Ivanhoe; Greensborough v. Fairfield Juniors; Fairfield, a bye. August 8, 15, and 22.-Semi-final and final matches. As the.official organ of the Asso ciation, considerable interest is taken in the reports which appearin "The News" from week to week. We ·endeav...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 July 1914

PITH AND POINT. A grand concert and dramatic enter. tainment in aid of St. John's new vicar. age fund, is advertised to take place ii the Recreation Hall, Heidelberg, next Saturday evening. A varied and high class programme.has hp prepared, and a delightfu| u??g~ may be expected. Dr 4. :Valentine Grifith, who has jnust returned from a trip to the East, where he visited all the prominent hospitals in Manila, Kong Kong and Japan, has commenced practice at "Ingleside," Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe. Dr Griffith was resident medical officer at the Warrnambool Hospital; Victoria, and also acted for some months at the Melbourne hospital as a house_ physician.* The Bourke Lihber. Women's Guild will hold 4 hazar in the Northcote town hall next Thursday and Friday afternoons and ?lovenings. The function is under the patronage of Mesdames Deakin, Brookes and Membrey. Mrs Deakin and Mr Jennings, the selected Liberal can didate for Bourke, will speak at the opening ceremony. Senator 1'Qol will deliv...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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METHODIST CENTENARY. SUCCESSFUL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 July 1914

METHODIST CENTENARY. SUCCESSEUL MEETINGS. Next year will be the centenary of the landing of the first Methodist minister on this continent. The hundred years that has almost elapsed has been a period fraught with great moment in the history of Australian Methodism. That period has .been marked with many great. efforts,ý successful attainments, and .noble achievements. ., To.day we see the grain o'f mustard seed' grown into a great tree, under the shelter of which hundreds of thousands of people in our continent are employing themselves in activities that are benefiting state and nation. When .we think of the work this great church has done and is now doiing we wonder how ihe state and nation would fare if her manifold social and spiritual operations had never been called into existence. With the object of fostering the spirit of devotion to God and His Church, lby the memory of gifts re ceived, and .to encourage and prepare for greater service, a Methodist uentenary Thanksgiving Ftu...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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MATTERS OF MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 July 1914

MATTERS OF MOMENT. The. Alphington Methodist :Quair~r terly Meeting has passed a resolu tidon:in: favor of "cdmpulsory train ing.".: :This is good, but it might have been better. We would like to have seen a little about the much debated "conscientious objections." Who could better deal with such obh jections than spiritual leaders and church of~cnls? They are, par ex cellence, the exponents of thlings of conscience, the delineators of spiri tual ideals, and the guardians of the nobler conceptions'of life and natibn hood, -To them we look for "lighgt and leading." - Has not the great Methodist Church of Victoria told us that'even in regard to the intro duction of the sacred scripturps iinto our Stan-'e h hlicientiois objector may have his conscience clause? But in:regard to compul •sory training in the art of human slaiughter and the consequent making of widows and orphans, the Alphing ton Methodist Circuit Officials, as far as we can learn, has no plea nor heart eto advocate a cons...

Publication Title: Heidelberg News And Greensborough And Diamond Creek Chronicle
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HEIDELBERG BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 July 1914

HEIDELBERG BOWLING CLUB. The Heidelberg Bowling Club held a meeting-in Scots chnrch hall last Mon day evemng, the president, Mr John May, in the chair. The secretary read the minutes of previous meeting and the business arriving therefrom was dealt with, The preident passed in the sub sceription of Mr Gordon Lyons. Votes of thanks was passed to Mr Knee, tho shire engineer, for his most valuable services. Mr Reynolds was appointe.d to supervise the work. It was decided to erect a wire netted fence round the bowling green. Mr Rouch offered to give the necessary posts. It was agreed to plant trees along the top end, and right along the ramp, the presidentoffer ing to send his practical gardener to assist, Mr Rouch submitted a plan of a pavilion, vhiecl after discussion was accepted. A)l t*e timber it be pre. pared at the yards, and on a Saturday in August members and others willing to. assist to meet and erect the pavilion, and the ladies are to be requested to provide lunch and tea. O...

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COMPULSORY TRAINING [Newspaper Article] — Heidelberg News and Greensborough and Diamond Creek Chronicle — 18 July 1914

COMPULSORY TRAINING In your issue of July 4th, there is a letter signed "Ex-Soldier" that calls for comment. That part of it thit criticises a recent lettor of W. ".: ?rismall's can be left t t hht" gehtle man to deal with. ' I admire hi. w*rit ;?f1g qn belHalf *of th6 persecuted laWi, Ro bents wihse piunishment I'Ex-Sol ,1i' §ys, was cauaed by his nIlegli eywe of 'duty as a military trainee." ow. here I join- issue with. Ek-Soldier. Is it a "duty" for those who have conscientious objections to submit to military training? I trow not. - Ex Soldier goes on to say "if the lad had attended his drills, and paid-attention to his superior officers, he woulh iot have been in the Queenslp "'ffqr.ts it all." Just so." '"Rt i~si'dcoscdience jorbade 'hii. Ex:Solier rofers "t Holy Sori.ture i?"S supprt of' hi.t "ia. tention; and says that it'is our duty to re*der ohed0eee -o tile law of the and and ?ommiands of superior officers, inic that obedience is one of the first things taught a' soldier....

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