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THE SOUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

THE OUITNDERS. ;{ BY SIILAS$SNEL.: .... We were not aware .that this particular species of; idiot' vas-knocking about among nus :intil a clerical partymwhooiwasi stumpinig the: old country onua'.begging mission-kindly. einlightened us. Then we got-up and bad a. 'ldok round'; but so.far! I believe I -am, the only uninterested individual: who \has come .into immediate.contact with them.. I: had .retired to. the-wilds of Cardigani: to:rusticate, and shoot parrots, itill- myimotlien-il. la;rvre: turniicd td::the .bosom -of her-!family, whent one) ifie inorning,i-;'dro'pped acrois a crowd of peoplerwho.had formed themselves into rings, 'and [wei='Idancing round, jabbering,. elucking, and.making racket enough for an auction-mart.- First 1 thought it was a luna tic -asylum out. for recreation ;..then, :that inaybe- it '-was ;a,-methodist picnici; where •whiskyhad been, introduced.,into, the pro c-eeaings, and the ?stiive old follks ; were en joying a'game of Sally-Sally-Waters. ;Pre sently...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FEODORA JANSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

FEODORA, JANSEN - BY E "Bringalbert is a charming spot at any season of the year. In spring the bush ways are crowned with buttercups -and ,daisies, rice-flowers, and parsons i nthe 'pulpits, while the native bluebells "tand 'conspicu ously beautiful, and the large flower beds in the garden are filled with anemones, violets, and lilacs. In summer the..bleating of sheep comes from the pasture, lands, and among the timber, the honeysuckles put forth their velvet, burrs, and. a wealth of roses, pinks,:and sweet williaris, are in the garden. There the arbors are shady and cool, and in the orchard the trees are laden with fruit. There in autumn the grass is greener than elsewhere; and the creek flows with a busy, merry, bubbling.sound,. ,, Bringalbert was :a :brightl~. beautiful place years.ago, ween Feodora Januen's mother 4welt under its: hospitable r6of.' The mistress of the house then was a gentle, loving woman, who cherished the memory of Feodora's'mother with a faithful donstancy o...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Wasted "Infancy." THE LAY OF A MAN OF FORTY. Air—"Princess Ida." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

A ,WastedE?' Infaney.'"; THE LAY OF A MAN OF FORTY. Air- "PrincessYda." I was not so very& old, Twienty years ago I Quite an "infant," I am.told,,, Twenty yearsýago . . HowIl might havegbone the pace At't~i cost of .tradesmen:base, If I'dponlahhdthe face , Twenty years ago,. ..But I was atrifle shy,. Twenty years ago I Let the golden time slip by, Twenty.years ago I Didn't .buysion tick, ales) "Necessary " things en'misse-? All which branded mne an ass, 7 Twenty yess ago V"

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Remorse. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

Remorse.-, I saw you once, and in that hour : I wrote a song to last a dayi, .yhich.said your body seemed a flower,' Your soul its fragra'nce seemed a yt :y. You thought mne old; ;cd noiv Ijsigh Because the sorry rhyme I rue ; hAlas ! a thoughtless wretch was I. Who dared compare a flower to you!' A gentleman made the other'dn ay;hat .sasl considei'd"irther, a sarcastic, presert:to a pretty young lady.' It was a ball of cotton having a gold band round it,' upon, which were these words :.~" Employ me diligently;' and you will obtain a brilliant success. The cotton was rather scornfully flung. on one. side, till, hanving occasioi to tie up a. large ,blinch of floweis;, the young lady hearly ,used up the thread, and then, to hei surprise, saw.something shining in the centre: :She .was. inJustriously quick in unwinding that: which hid the secret, and' was rewarded for hedrIlabor :by ?' most splendid emerald ring. ThI~ giver made a very hazardous experiment ; there was scarcely, enough. ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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TENNIS COURT. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

TO THE EDITOR Sir,--I have read vfouI correspond eaits' letters int thed two l~st issues of the Sentinel on the subljeet of the pioposed new tennis court site, advocating that it sho'uld. be1 oWathe recieation grounid. Tle advocates ,write,: I am afraid,,witlih; out consideration'. There are objections to the proposals, 'bltbefore answering the Iwould state thatabowling green is wanted with a: ground, and~that they:: should be a adjrined, as' is td b :seeniiii such Oenties-bf;'population? as allait? a Siandliurst, and Victoria paraide, Mel ;bourine. &c. But no where are they to lbe seen adjoining football and ':ricket riounds. :They iare; too ' rod and noyto make: agreeable ,negbours,, so i feei satisfiedi odn further. consileration, 'this idea must 'be. abahdoned. :Then; where "dan they best' be `held? `lrMany will ?sad `i the Esp1lanade. Ithinkk it would be a great pity to interfere ian' ny way .by encroaching * on :.this' delightful, piromehade, which is just shall enough...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Aarqtiac. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

"'Eighteen-carrot vegetable soup f is.to be.ad ,5t some of the restaurants. {, i- i ' ' A London Iboottnaker?adverties "Ladies' Louie Cans Slippers;? (meaning Louie Quinze), and," mentions" "'some russet and black alli gators as very handsqme." 1 Customer-" Are all Smyrim rugs alike ?" Storekeeper-" No, indeed; there is a great, a very great difference in Smyrna rugs.' 1Cus tomer-" What is the principal point .pf differ encd?" Storekeeper--"Well, somd Smyrna rugs are Smyrna rugs, but inmost Sniyrnarugs arei not Smyrna rugs." Pat-" And who is it lives there, Mike, Inthe...... big sitone house?" Mike--'"Whythat old gin-: tleman I was tellin' ye of that died so suddent last winter of a faever.' .. ...... "It;is very desirable to be a good reader. A clergyman is said to have once read the following passage from the Bible, with the emphasis thus; "And the old man said untohis sons, saddle me the ass; and they saddled him !" " No excuse-An absent-minded Austin Justice of the Peace, whose ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CRUDE NOTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

CRUDE NOTIONS By Rambler. We live in an .age of progress, and Queenscliff is progressiig with the age. It's astonishing how. soon we:get a thing; ,after'we have once made up our:'hids that it is Ileeded? Of course ,there a:re eceptions to the rule, but they hily~ serve' 'to prove :.the ?rule We wanted 2 '?n~ baths, and .we ?got them. We wanted a' suitable recreation ground -and we are: getting i fa thlianks to tlhel energetic Cbinmitee. Aund'mniany other things we wanited too nunterois. ,to mention. Now I see by Enquirer and,Ceminon Sense in last Saturday's issue that we .want the Salvation Armyand a Delivery Company Well perhaps .we do and perhaps we don't. As Sir Roger said; ':! There's .much to be said On both sides.'!: The S'ilvatiun- army - would 6be'n innovation. En'quirer; is. most emphatic inl his statements. He tristssto seeim ,mediate steps taken to have this want. spplied. 3 But he seems to forget ,'that' he' has inot proved there is sochi'a' iant.: .Hisargument that a~la...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

. FIRST-RATE MOLASSES CANDY.-One gal lon of good, fair molasse, five pounds of brown sugar, and a quarter of ' pound of butter; boil tdgeti ri/untilthoy candy, well ;;-then .pour.out r in buttered dishes, and pull until very'white. It is crisp and uncommonly good. " LMON MARMALADE.-Squeeze the lempns, 'boil the peel ih water till eoft, then take'out'the )pith and pound the remainder in a mortar till quite fine, mixing with them a little of thejuice, pour it all with the remiainder of the juice through a sieve into a preserving pan. To every one pound of pulp add three-fourths of a pound.,, of linup mugar, boil it for an hour or more, till it sets,'when cold, into a jelly. Pour.it intojelly.'-., pots for further use. To MAKE A HANDSOME DISH OUT OF , AN OLD HEN.-Take an old hen and boil it.in. water till the bones drop out; spread it uipon a' dish and remove all the bones carefully; chop the meat up fine'; put it back again in a kettle of the water in which it was boiled, witti half'a...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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DRAINAGE AND WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

SDRAINAGE; AND WATER SUPPPY. TO, THI EDITOR. :Sir-I think that a little inore inte rest might : ie shown by. oiuncillors, i, respect opf water-rsuply; By next seasonr the offensive odours in the street, which: sp disgusted visitors and residentsr must be got rid of, 'and there is 4'o way of dot iiig it' except by a water-supply. The; local memberes should ;.e written ito; and his influencei with the Governmetii enliatedl so tha thy should help us in supiili'ingthis great want. There'are, a number of- back yards; which are used for, sewage depots; and if an; epidemid. were to break'oiit it,would go very;hard iith: usiLoook at.our seehts ihichi should b'i the; means? ~,tcrroryngoff segwage from; the houfseA; thereis no;signof it.,Then;y Iask,-wha8isdone withDit? T.i : ' _:: °, .RESIDENT.'

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ROWDYISM. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

ROWDYISM.', TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Businees arrangements making.: it , necessary for me to be in Queens cliff on Wednesday evening, I wended my way to the Foresters'- Hall, where a Blue Ribbon -Army meeting. was being held. ifoiid' :ion ehntering "the ball a large concourse of people 'of both sexes, and that the ;.meetiiig was to be ad dressed by some sympathisers m:o? Portarlington, a township: some 10 or 12 miles distant. II was considerably disappointed in the behaviour of -:the youths of Queenscliff, foriý the rowdyism surpassed description. Now, Sir, it has always been .the boast of the sonsoi f Britain that they give fair play, anid those youths who conducted themiselve in such a: digraceful manner if, the? did not wish to hear anything about thb Blue Ribbon-:Army should have: stayed away, and'ý al l lel~i?i who '??4lik? myself, cam Spepaied 'tolistidnto whbt was said, do' s".' :Bein a' pledged at staiier, I' have siiice the meeting en-. quired the reason:for 'not holing their -m...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The bad and worthless [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 14 June 1884

The bad and worthless are never imitated or coniterfeited.,. This is especially true of aifnaily medicine, and iit is positird proof that the remedy imftated is of the highest value; As oon as it had been :tested and proved by. th wvhole 'world:. that. Hop Biters was the purest, best "aufd most valuable family. mediciune on ,:earth, many: imitations sprung up nd beignto steal thei notices in which the pres.s and the, ,people of the country h?id expressed the merits.o6fHl. B., and' in.ievery way tryiig to induce suffer-. aing invalids to .use their stuf? -initead, xpecting to snake money :on the credit aiud good' name of ,? B..,: Many others started :nostrums put.up in siimilar style to' H. B:, :wth variously devised na:'ines ii which the wordi"'op" or '"Hops" were used in a way. to induji people to believe .they' were: the same as Hop Bitters. All suchl pietneded remedies or cures, ni matter whit' their style ori name is, and especially those with the }void "Hoip" or "Hops" in their...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

INEWS AND NOTES A meeting of .the memnbers, of. the Public Library "was 'held on "Friday, 13th June. The Rev. John Gardner occupied .the chair. Present--Mlessrs iipson; Wallace, Curens, Bridges, Twomey, Wilkinson, Kerr, and H. Stewartson. The. minutes were read and confirmed. Mr C. C. Simpson ex plained the workings otisimilar institui tions. It was moved by 'Mr:'Twomey, and seobnded ;y Ithe"Rev. ?Mr Wilkin son, That the institution for the future be known as and called the- Queenscliff Mechanics' ,Instittit&eand Free Library. This was earried unianimously. The new building is to"I cost about £700, and will be erected soy that it can be added to fromu time to time 'as" the growing waints of the place require the additions. The secretary, Mr Jordan, has written to:ethe department in reference, to :a Crown' grant .for.the lrnid, and-since'the meeting Mr Crespigny,r ofthbe ,Bnk of Victoria, has been iwaited on anid pro mised to assist the movement financially as far as he possi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

Holloway's Pills.-Nervousness and want of Energy.-Wben first the nerves feet unstrung,' and listlecsness supplants energy, it is tle righit tiiiie to take some alterative asHolloway's.Pills to preveiit disorder running into disease. , These excellent pills correct? all irregularities andwieakneds,. Tbey act so kindly,, yet so .nergetically. ou the fuictions; of' digestion and assimilation, that the whole body is revived, the blood is ;rendered richer and: puirelr, the' muscles 'bieome "firmer and strongeri; "ad the nervous And ab orbent systems are invigorated. These Pills are 'suitable for all classes anid all ages.: Theyhavg most fiiarve ]lous effect on 'persoinsid&o ae out of condition; they. soon rectify whatever is in fsult, restore strength to the body a;d confidence to the mind, A FACT WORTIIjKNOWINGi?. Are nyou fering with Con •mptibn, C-ougb., Slere 'Colds, 'settled on the Br~et.' einmonia, or any disease f the Throat .and luins? If so, go to your Dingaisi and gct a...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MY FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

MY. ;IRST: '- IMPRESSIONS OF QUEENSQLPF. ; Being of a rambling disposition, I am found at different times'in different 'planes;' adri s-mketiines I amni found at Queenscliftfthe so called Queen of water ing places.. SLa:m inaturally. inclined to,iapprcciate .what is beautiful .innature and art, and niust confess, that i'. miy opinion, Queeiscliff has been richly `endowied by. nature with much that'should rcom~me end it to those who need a renewal of wastedleiiergies, or a stAson of recreatidon from ? ithe bustle and acl~ of buisiness. It has the advantage of a very, salubri ous climate; it-.contains many. splendid buildings which- offer first class accommo dation to visitors (at rather high prices thouigh); it is conveniently 3s tuated and easy of access from most of the..leading centres of the colony, and in many res pects those.who manage 'public, affairs try to. make' everything as comfortable and attractive as possible for those, who, like myself, occasionally.visit it. But .dur...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Looking for Dividends. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

-..Looking for.Di vidends. A stockholder in the, ypstern naro gauge railfioad'iiddB 4acall at h cda 'rs the rotherday;auridremifkeditothe pisidentr? g· I;notice~t hat th. gross, receipt?or,9Qpto er sh o a di f ase overi e atembefr." i ,? 9 Certainly; sir. :a IntSeptember,'rwedcar rie(.s yiiil3 3oftseven; peQ$Qns;frdinm aoh ,ville .:Blfnktow?n,, and the receyiptpylere swelled During October we only got hold of'alid' nian? two c ;rs ?lof lumier -m d ,a dozeni l braels o6f 'sit, :, and'I thel:reipts shrAnk.' i, the outlook. , , "Splendid;. sir. So far' this month. we Iave more than p'id for The wot a$1 oil fordthe1'loboiiotive, anid if we"·et a thipiifent of six hogs as promised yesterday, I-.believe. .we can paythe conductor at least 5 per cent, o hisback salary.". 1

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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SCRAPANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

Swriter jfn Hawas,~ays tliiri naafo1i navty lUif&?~ilit'dai'pf6bti'fhdibf the Sandwich IlanIls:ifromJ 4001000;tio6!d4,00 ipeople. It sceems, .tthen,rithtt,t?hrjstianiity ,iis done maredoodni",tfi' andc ic Islands on we su s p s e .!s.. ..: •" . isi devei yonltsyk')fi l` N6tiedfit lflt03ank iiotst1 rec ived orrpaid'idut?oher~Ie !wver a Strrdesiarn's, oori·i, Ies.large letor? that isthe place etq? ooiforthe ? Since th1 late failurC we ehave only got stuck d yO of s lIie hiot&sWi'd iith'of tiilinibwre'sh#ed on (1 fhd6 that Visvyisign.!. i t * o -ml m dwiill oat,{yp y;spl jg ,yvhenleY9.,mcet -me :'is"is .epathetictl itleof. n song. Nea iavays we will * and. al ,a it is your' "l l ttiitibn.:'- j. u'? ý; .ii ;i rfT aI;, '(Jne~e J'DoitoinWittts earliest .hyJnus was " Let.dshg lelglyhtto ark . ntl~igg@, rolm Sh1is ?vijny gt~tiltshatstramrs·xpis tel many yes'rs ago." . tr9i fsie' sto b61$vix Ad,'\lliavl0 S ,kson lisdtSf 1 loiun rddds d &£athtlthIsbseaster 'ionJt4ytip:...

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Diamond Cut Diamond. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

ou 3 as s 'blea fellow as ed b Jvhe o ut more p ad contrary wre 'does not exist when you have got what sonie peo le call 'quite enough,' and others 'three sheets in the wind,' though" my name for it is,'in case, a case of stubborn stupidii.""!'j l? | The speaker was myfidus 4c atts, Jeremy Hobbs, better known for many miles round Dumptown, in Dumpshire, as the Sporting ,Doctor ; ma equaly.forward forsetting cll.bones, fdiucm do iatibions bf slfoul $ýrsiYc:.as heli$ fork being: Mnie of' the' best riders in the jarishl and the owner of twpof tlica W'cever? Tiuiters in the neighborhood. In fact, no meet would. be .considered' ex-, actly complete, or eveni 'saf, were -he-fid' presentwhensthe -houndsthrew-of';"for-sl thqh . most enthusiastic fo}lower iof'~ fox, yet the 'mopient :he hcard of hn aeCi den in he fiecl?~hed pull up. and iie back p hpect; render all the pofessionil as sis ce it wss pp~.erto do. `And for tuiii tly for me that vaisi? itiate, other wise I should not now be pennin...

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He knew it. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

i n ,, Yimrb is in3,dhu: 33 tr aL deaf old fell6iargevth' stealig a 0hg, w'is arr auM bdefore'the court T e S1"" Oldf m? ' •ai& " ? "e law i 'r` u t r say you res f i1 . -.. " : r o . "Th" ?i'y says you are ?il shou In whaf~d eoree?' 1;,, , l "There are inodegrees` in'a stealing?6ese: " There are no degres. " ilty all over;, am I??7 .Yes, ellingatthe top of h voice, ' We , thats what I t`91dyou at fist b but you said ,you icould cleir me WWishi now .that' Ihad, gotthe ] 'udge to defend "ne , i11 get hiim next time 'Y' O2'

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Fair Imposter. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

EW last summer a lady, callii'herse Itlaaa b BL r nide +bý ,two .servan ts, arrives ii a very elegant' carriage; in a vile Nage'of.lo0'iiiles from New Orleans. She goive to'ihe }ist hotell, secure&Vodgings, lihdifd Getl~y afterlididd the landlord:a card, announcing a number of lots in. ib'hWiy for sale, which " l iiied.1him to place in hisl barrboni. ,Ste dof&i :to be a: widowin bad hehlt i. Frt onthihohiel.he'r?mored to a'furnisls edhoudewºl'fih she eegge4foreim .months. Selik s'on se"ec fd' fii"tithe: metr chats a i t people a chosen; feW,, cihosia sb ouloned'}th.l?Ir h onager ."hei bought jewellery, gave a soiree once a Wieek, ljved gpneroutly, purchased all the old wine ftowfi and quite mon6opolised hg youngii chickens, c?;eam, and other delic'a ies in y neighborho'd'. "'S'veral young ladies were ilevit to s]hs?dYfe winitdrwit+ihlibi.h the eity ; fia46Hif'thin'W6f a'? i?dibtable plante r lWfs Igalgedtoe: uper.intendt!her'sugar Iplan tation forthe qsuing year, at ...

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That ish the sort she vash. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 June 1884

,, !'LC ' : r U,; -hit " StL t ,:; ,'.^.t-3;:' " v??I1; i he,,other night .-policemqan*who was .?ti lhg Queen street:north hearda, whistle ,blownfollowed byc. shouts. ifor r. bPolico l;' and, aftei airninof -halfja miinute iie came` to ironti front aofa hpusewhere a;iecoidi story ,windoWmwas raisedmand! a man had half bhiiflength over-the sill. . ; "t i .l' i " What'the row?,i, demanded. the officer. "Some purglars!, vashm~min,_ineinihous Ii, was the --a, . "I hee.d make, ak noisemore ask pix times '. - .iJ 'then! , . . ,,-ve you dbeen down to;look around.?" ". .,No !i no. liis mdlsy ,;vhif?p'o go, but she 'wont; stir I~ She slcumps ilii.ba;d iuud Evcryi oop he'.*headt , und; I vhas i left to do alder ftuund'begkit kit Dots de icmind of vh" e'he, vhias!, t,.l r=. , : The ofieer investigatedtolfindthat cats w.rd responsibl erahe, noises., .!

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