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FAIRBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

FAIRBANK. On Monday evening, 11th inst., a social evening was held in the local hall in conneetion with the I.O.R. .A ping -pong match was played :between a visiting team from Mount: -Ecoles and the locals,i and resulted in.a 'win for the visitors" by_ four games; the scores-'being-- Mount .Ecoles, .4 sets 29 games.; Fairbank, 3 sets 25' games.-: An attendance of about :40.:_ wRas int evidence, that being the largest" gathering of its kind yet h?eld here. A.t the con clusion of the gamnies supper was handed round, and' a few short Espeeches brought an :-enjoyable evening to:a .close.

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

Agricultural Societys.` The committee of;the Leongatha Agricultural Societyi?et :on Saturi; day afternoion, hen: there were present M'essrs?1t:.. D.' Forrest (vic? -presidenti f'tlhe chair), W. Russell;"Jad. Allisan, Jas. BeggDI Watt; J .: Eles-? P. .Heintz :,T. Weir K;ewish, Rossiter, F.:Lesteri . Mogg, T. Riggall. South Gippslanid i Progress League asking, that delegates be appointed ,to attend. a conference at:Toora;: on i.the 20th inst. to dis? cuss. the Sale to Alberton. railway, aniid othiier mhatters. Received an ha. Chaber obf Agriculture, asking that ainy subject to be discussed at the conference at`Marylborougli be;se;gtat odnce. `Also asking that ls :.for =each delegate? be: sent, to. defraTy cost of printiring the syl Inh~ii D epartmnent of fAgriculture; stating that. the dairy inspector haad: power to.: seize :any c..an he considered insanitary: If the can, were beyondd repair :it; might be seized. In oiorder to :prevent fur ther use of suichi can it: is:put' into sich ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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District News. FOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

District News. FOSTER. Motor cars `occasionally meet withtirouble in' the "-hill country, especially ir 'the Soiith Gippsland Shire, where few owners care to venture other':than in- the sum mer. .MX Leishman some few years ago purchased-a car, which gets. about in' a surprising way. Qiiite recently thlie Misses' Leish man made a:trip to. Table. Top,'a beauty ýspot- in',t: the Woorarra West counitri ?an on the return trip encountered much mud. ' The:. - car "got bogged, 'and .when Jim Harper, ..a' well-known bullock driirer, happened along that way with his team he- could not re strain a hearty laugh, with no apologies to.-'the fair chauffeurs. Hitching:his bullocks to the car he sooni had it extricated, to the relief of the. ladies, who sped away homeward. SAt a meeting of the Mechanics' Institute committee, a letter was read from the Wertheim Piano Co; in reference to the piano as returned by the: Mechanics' com mittee, stating that two of their tuners had examined the instru ment,...

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

Postali Information. ~~ahadfto~ 1 **i-- I~--: I AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA: LETTrEBS., Within Commonwelth ah-ia -. all places -in: BritishRErin? '. ireper 3 ounce Each additionil oz 0 POsET CARDS. Within Commonwealth and all places in British Em ppire" single each'' .. 01:: Ileply, each half --;::i0 01.: To all other places °single ':-',1 -Reply-oards ... 0 3 - NWSPAPEBS W i t h i n C o m m o n iw e a l th a n d Z ,er t0 -.New Zealand;, for every: -;: -ewspaper, up to 10s;. o .s 0 Newspapers printed outside' the: Commonwealth are subject to maga sine rates of postage. United Kingdom--Not ex ceeding 8oz., each news paper - ... .. Each additional 2oz ... For transmission wholly :by sea per Orient and P. and 0. steamers, 16oz0. .. 1-: Other ,places, not exceedingi S40ss. -.. ?. 0.. Eaoh additional os : or books printed :in .Aus-: tralia per Soss or part 03 Printed outside Australia, r . per 4ozs., oir'part thireeof 0 To New Zealand, per 4ozs., 0 1 To all other places, per2o 0 .. Whol...

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Leongatha's Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

:Leongatha's: Progress. • Another- building: i just .com pleted that ,adds to t the" appear ance-:of .the --township of Leon gatha is the brick shop erect'ed by Mr H. MCoartin for- Messrs Pearce and'Jarratt, wholesale and retail butchers. The. edifice has been completed in' a most ' up-to 'date manner, and reflects credit upon .the enterprising owner; the tenants, and the builder' (Mr F; W. M`orris) "=alike: The `shop: is 22ftx -15ft, and .cement- plastered throughout with metal ceiling, the walls .being tiled tod a height of six feet. Two marble. counters add greatly to the attractiveness of the shop and ensure cleanli ness, vwhich is much tbo be -desired where meat is displayed for sale. Ample ligit has been provided by a fulli glass front( and 'with. the installing of electricity, nothing more could,- be" desired: in this direction., Fly-proof" wire doors are to be fitted 'to botlh the back and front of Wthe building, so, that the meat may be kept. in a better condition :duuring ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

nA.n'upribngf b£,Iack- throuighi - .out theisland ofCuba is' tlhreat a erborne rafficis inow pro '\ n?Ceedihg'lthrodugh.i the-Panama Thefreight rates onAmerican -7railways ar the lowet in the: * . --'Fo'r-Ohronic .Che's t Complaints,'': : ;: ::-ý -Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, is 6d. ;Theborder railway .betein Finlay.anid Tocumwal ibsopen for traffic. . 'The -State ship- uildig yard at Willia'mstowh is justifying its ex istece; SThe- Weights ad: ad Measures SUnion is' down ".on the spring . a: bala"r '.oe ., ',r " -" ': SA shilling furd" has ben open'ed- on behalf of the Women.'s Hospital Slavery in- Papua.V1 Natives , it' odentured :,Ad.: fox, surprised, in a dining 'room at. Tallygaroopina, g'.ot up the chimnev. - H?and. spring blalances can be .made to register falsely by slightly ,'tilting them. The largest concre te potoon in the world-is.in course of construc tion in Sydney : The new Governor General ire ceived an official welcoimein itMel bourne yesterday: A s..suction; dredg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

J. TOBIN, STONY CREEK, AS been appointed Agent for (LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND ,GLOBE INSURANCE 00. i Fire-and Accident Policies issued MiItchell's Machinery. Agent for i~ TURNER BROS. CYCLES. YHorses & Buggies for Hi?1 «LA ,DJES. Babi esAreA stralia's bestimmigrants but in many homes baby does not appear, greatly to the disappointment of husband [and wife. Ladies so disi appointed are strongly advisedto conl - sult the highly qualified lady-.ra? presentative of the " Natura"- Healtli Co., Melbouine, on her i:neit visit to Iorunmburra, and learn .hot yithe blessing of motherhood- oan - e made easily possible by .,:pmeans- 'of the wonderful " Natlra '-Homre Treat= ment, that has brought .',baby'" to so many homeq, restored thousaiids of women and girls to plerfect health, and saved many frcm ..an: opeiation; No charge whatev.erlis made :for conlsul tations or advice. Next visit takes place on-Friday, 12th-June. when shemniay he seen at- the Korumburra Hotelfrobii. 9 a.m. to 4 p.~-...

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FOOTBALL. OUTTRIM V. LEONGATHA. LEONGATHA OUTCLASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

.Ig|^FOOTBALL.j|||g?| yThe abbve game attracted a good crowd to theQtOuttrim rýiund onSa~uirdayafternoon to witness the) play.I The weather .; was'all that ,could:be!: desired but the going;wasa~alit heavy after the recent heavy rain. Both: iteams were ltrongly representedb ut as .they .:both. lined up ot " th the Pfield there was a :mnarked. contrast; between .them. ?Outtrim being a; firne big athletic body. of men, whilst the visitors, with a couple .:of d exepstiors,; were onil the: small : side, :-and- did not catcli the eye .as pro babile, winners;.: As- the. -:play turned out, they were 'no match for the coalites', who fairly beat them: in all departments .of the game, and they hardly ever-had a look in from the boun'ce. `-The. play- of, the home teamf was a treat to witness, and they' excelled in" passing, running -:and :kicking; and: their- cleveri h'andball. (was onet of the features of 'the game. They ;played " with splefldid system, their men beintg always on the move, an...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE ALGAROBA FODDER BEAN-TREE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

OORRESPONDENCE. THE ALGAROBA "FODDER BEAN-TREE. TO THE ;EDITOR. SiR,-This :tre (Prsipis. juli flora) is a. beautiful shady-ever green growing to the height of 30 to ;40ft. It is a wide ipreading tree, miuch like :our -wattle, and can be raised easily from seed in any .kind of soil, if:planted in' the spring: or summer months; aiid requires about two fyears to bear. It` flow.ers :twice a ".year, giving abundance of honey, and two: crops' of bians. These make the finest :food for horses, cattle, pigs anil. pouitry, and according to analysis are most nautritous.- They are said -to contain up to 20 per cent` of grape sugar, 17 of starch and 11 _of protein and other valu able- ingredients. :The tree is a native ?of Chili, South America, where immense quantities ofthese beans are gathered each season, and:. on three estates alohe 15,000 -bags are stored aiinially.: It also produces a valiiuable gum,which gives employment -to a: large number of:people, and the bark is;:valuable, for -tanni...

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SCHEME THAT COLLAPSED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

SCHEME THAT COLLAPSED. "'Takin' 'im into the 'orspital," ain : nounced the lady to the inside passen gers of abnus, as she gave a frightened .looking boy by her sidd a vigorous :sake. 'fDunno wot boys are comin' ='to Lnowadays. I'm sure. Can't trust 'em nowhere. Nobody needen'tshrink -:away as if they wasa afraid o' gettin' the black plague," she continued, glaring at a timid-looking man who had shifted his seat. "I never heard as 'ow swallering dominoes - was ketchin'." "Swallowing dominoes," came in a chorus from the passengers... " "Set 'im to mind the baby for ten .minutes," explained the lady, "and 'e gits don' conjuring tricks with the dominoes and bolts tbe double-five by acoident. The timid gentleman expressed a:n opinion that the consequences were ,likely to be serious. -An' so they ought to be," snapped the lady ; "it'll learn ';m better, -'r'aps.' And, noticing that the boy had stopped crying, she started him' off again with another shake, Wot makes me so wild, though,'. ...

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SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

SPECIAL- MEETING. `A speciil.:general- meeting; of the Leongatha Football C'ub was iheld on Saturday evening, when there was a large attendance .of members, the president. (Mr 'Foote) being in the chair. The principal business that was transacted was the election of 'felection committee, a notice of motion having been previously tabled-that the committee consist of three players and two non players. It was dbcided that the captain, vice-captain and Mr Shallberg act for the players. Several non-players were nomin ated for the other two positions, but the majority would not con sent to stand. Messrs Campbell, Footo H.IHoward and Latta went tothe biallot ?the result being that Messrs i.Caminpbell-: and Howard. were elected.:, The questioiin of 'field ,practice was brought i-up, and 'it was. de cidedl that _Wed nesday -afternoon was most-isuitable, and: .that was the day agred upon., Owing to: acertain .amount of dissatisfaction being expressedby . some me;mib;ers;with the manner in whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

M'Cartin & Co Leongatha: Sheep and Cattle Salesmen,' Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongatha. Korumb'ra. Thurs Friday. April . 2' 16. 30 "::.. 24: SMay` . 14 28 .8 22 June . ... 1125 ... 5 19 July. ... 9 23 3 -17 :?31 :August ..; 6 20 :... 14 28 SSeptember ... 3 17 : 11 25 October ... 1" 15.:.29" 9 23 November ..; 12 26 ... 6 20- December, ... 10 24 . . · 4. 18 * :'Denotes First Sale.: ; . Agehts for Sun Nire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Trustees, Exeou tars and Agency Co: Head'office, Leongath., Branch office lorumburra - Loans Negotiated.: Phone 28, Leongatha. OUR NEXT SALE SON THURSDAY, 28TH MAY." - To-morrow! Etc: LEONGATHA. Wednesday, May. 20th, At 2 p.m. M cCARTIN & CO. have been favored with instructions from MR ALEX. BRUCE, who is giving up housekeeping owing to ill-health of his wife, to sell by Auction at his house, Koonwarra Road, on the above date, his Well-kept HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, BUGGY, HORSE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

FIRE'1 CRAIG'S NEWS AGENCY TEMPORARY PREMISES :IN .SNELL 'S BUILDINGS, to handl; together :with our usuhal supply of Newspapers and Maga zines - u Tickets for EightSHours' and Druids' ArtI Unions. ; SHOEING FORGE; ..i .C i re AMPB ? Proprietor. The Largest Mansufactuer in the District on the premises. No' sluinming. Every: article finished off with care aiid elegance. - My work has been inthe district for years, and speaks for itself. Blacksmithing execiuted in all its branchels. °:. Do You Wantf Good Value .For Your Money ?: ' PRICES RIGHT. SIFSO, CALL O N T H. COCHRAN, Years with Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER MAKERS Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE R. H. SIMON, .PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGATHAi, - OR the Following - Lines ---TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and alliron 1' Work .in connection- with Houses and Farms. Windmills supplied and. erectei. Dairy Utensils maniifactured on the premises. Cycles new and second' hanid), Cash or Teri~s.:- Suidries kept in.stock; good.assortmen...

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MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

MARKETS GIPPSIAND 0:. -OOPERATIVE -SELLING CO.'S REPORT.' Butter.-0hoicest ?1s id to ,is 2d,,i first grade ./11%d" tod 12I d, sonmeiiiehines d'to be cleared at 10di4 to 11d,- seconds 'at,10d to 10 d, separators` 9%d.: to.1Od. Oheese.-New: loaf: 8d :to ?sd medium: sizes 73/d to'ý 8d,' semi ,matured'7A d to 8d; ad d matured 8d to 8'd. . Eggs "s 6d to: is 9d per dozen,; preserved eggs: Is- to 12%d per dozen. Bacon -Prime light ,sides 10d, 'mediuni wmeights 9'd iheaviies 8%d, middles l0%d to ld, hams Is to ls Id, side hams 10d. Wheat-- This is :firm at 3s 10 d for f.a.q.,. medium 3s 9d to 3s 9d.' Oats- Milling is 10%d tdo . s lid, best feed 1ls 9IAd, medium is 7d to 1s 8d. Maize is now 3s 9d. Chaff.-- Prime oaten £3-2s '6d to £3 .5s, medium: and inferior: lower. Potatoesl-Prime Carmans £4' to :.£4 5s, choice Trafalgars: £4 i5s,, Browinells £3 10s' to0£3 15s. Onions £5 15s.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 19 May 1914

SOMEE - fifty-- thousand Liberal electors- have decreed that Senator McOoll, Messrs'.Edgar, Hume Cook, McLeal,.Trenwit'l, and Mauger shall be the candi dates of their Party should a double dissolution :be granted, and a Senate 'Election :be necessary.: The choice is'a sound one; There were timid folk who feared that whatever section of the - Party happened to be numerically strongest in the Leagues would force " its ticket," arid endanger Liberal solidarity* If- there was any danger of that happening timely warnings were heeded,-for the six selected are re presentative, .ot of any one.wing, but of the whole army which con fronts Labor. Ast t the individual calibre of the sixpre-eelected, little need be said. Five of them have fought many well .contested battles, are old Parlianmentarians who will certainly not err through ignorance: of any point in: the game.. -The' sixth, Mr .McLean, -through he has not -occupied- a seat .in .either Sta;e or, Federal Parliaments, is the son of ai p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

S RITUEST IS J.TOBI N, STONY CREEK, ]jAS been.appointed Agent for the ?L -&VERPOOL, .LONDON CAND rLOBE INSURANCOE 0( ~Fire and Accident Policies isrsuecd 1V·-~I--its chell sl Macihnig`bi "--'gentfor TURNERI BOS CYCLES ~o~s .r·Buggslfies:i~. LADIES A trah.a s beis i=st im..migrants, Baies are usailse m maylif i homes biaby doesnot apiear, greaIly to'the disapiointmefint of husband bEadl -wife. La Idies so : dise appointed are strongly advised to con sult the higlilyr qualified lady;l r& presentative ofthe Natirura:' -Iealth Co., Melbouirnr:- on :her nteixt visit to Kbramburra, and leani howl the blessing o6f: motherhood caniP:.be made easily- ~iossible. -by means :of the wonderfil 9 'Natira" ' HomoTreat ment, that has brought " baly" to so many homes,, restored thousands of women .and girls to perfect health, and saved many frcm an operation?i No charge whatever "is made for 'onsoul tations or advice;. Next visit takespilace on Friday, 12th Juhe. when shei~iay be seen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

Linegatha & District Co-op. S So c i ety, Ltd. NOTICE OF THIRD ANNUAL '":.MEETING.:"-. N OTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN tlat the Tilird Anmual Meeting of the Society.will be held in the Meclianics' Hall,:Leongatha,,en SATURDAY, 23rd day of May, 1914, at 2 o'clock p.m. The attendance of every mediberis requested. BUSINESS:. i. T Confirm Minures of last General Meeting. : 2. To receive and cdisider, andif thought .fit, to adopt.the printed Statement of Accounts,' Report, and. Balance S. To elect Thiree Direetors to fill tlihe .vacancies caused by the retirement, according to rule, and Messrs .J. G. McKinnon, W. Russell, tnid E.Fian come,.;who are elligible for re;elec-: t: ion, and offer themselves ccaord ingly." 4 . To appoint an Auditor .to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement, accirding tb .rule, of Mr H. G. . McCutcheon, who is ,-eligible and offers himself for re-election.; 5. Any other business. that may be pro perly brought before the meeting. fly order of the Board. S. MQGS...

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SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

MO- SM O. KE DRIFT. 500 British farm iads are to.lan?d in Victori :tiis month. S:YSevere 'stoirms and "disastrous loods in: New Zealaind. -.:- So far this year three thodusand i:mmiiigrants have landed ir- Vic toria. Last season New South Wales had. 3:4 milliodn acres- crbpljed in wheat. Difficuilty is bebing net' with in securing suitible ,inmmigrabts for Victoria.:: Abo;lt-eighteen thousarnd4ickets in ithe "Eighti eHouts Art ,- Thfiion were sold. " For Bronchial Coughsi,; take :Woods' Great Peppermhint Cure,-ls 6d. S.Railway revenue, f6i "the' year endedi4th M a1y- shows an increase. of £300j576. In Melbourne spring balances. i1nd gas mieters are regarded with equal misitrust:' At Newmarket on Tuesday two trucks of wethelrs made 'to 38/6, averaging .35/1. . Lord' and Lady Denman .are proceeding- to England in "the RMhtS orvieto.. General ?Ian RHamilton says the Anglo-Japanese: treaty:- will not long continue. SSir Thomas Tait is to nominate an expert on bulk haidlihg of wheat for ...

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Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

·.·: ··i r !5:~ - PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. There are strong Jidicgtions i.es~i.v.o,,.~tjhat he is notdxisposed to ,p tan ~Iuglhmorge o thq) Qppoi tion obstrbutiote tactics ;,and that he,,h :is becoming;more:- arid fiorere :sentful of the insults :that are ihn cesantly hurled across thetable ,lagainst him.,..:It is~repprted that . the C;abinet :hias beeon conrsiderings .the. position. -with, a view.,b to .,,adopting drati easutr, easue. The .lonterpretatioe ay ay?.p e foundo ihe ·-',,th e.. : erly.ag,:iaplicatiod ,:;of, ·.the The furthpr report is thatthe Labor Hou?ie: is be coming Idivided a, gaigrst itself. It is being authori:, tatively stated thlat: the more moderate memrbers of the Opposti tion are. strongly averse. to. the taG?ics of the extremists,: andl that one consequence -.is that there ".have be`en ..heirted discussions ,when the Laborites haveIbeen in, uc..us asmbled. Sme .mem bers of the Opposition would haviib S:n~.? objeqPtipn. itgePai8ng ofthe .,two TJesi~ ,Billa,: .i...

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MOUNT ECCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 22 May 1914

IWOUNT ,~ECO3LES. ' out cesrah f the Iindependent Order'of 'Re chabites held i ts half- yearly meetiing on Monday, evening last There wis a good attendanceofi nmemibtieresanrd a lot-ofbibusiness was tranisacted, whieh incuided a motion toi the effei~ithat a.t srieas o medifihgm be h5eld ii oneiuni-i. .i'itthh:he 191I7.local opiiuiir cam. paigh inthe ~ifolirfndiing districts; Theneiv)ly elected officers took their obligations rand .werel duly: insitalled' b,: by the Chief :.: Ruler (Bro. T .J:: Tiylor) : A-:fter ;the Tent ibbsines9 hiad termiiated the secretiary of thie" pioii read tlihe balance shoeet;:, which "w a v?ery satisfactory and showed ta. good credit balan'ed: Ar, .motioi was passed that tha businiess pieople of Leorigdthablie thaniked thhrodugh the Presifdrrthe valhuable assist: alnce:rendered by Ithe, dbnatio ofn trophie?d The fli6llowing is a .list of :thbse wiho assisteod M:l iss Forge? Messrs G Forid,- Colvin; Field, Mattlihewv ma n Neail Bros. and Moilloy- Th ?riembe...

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