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THE MOST SUCCESSFUL HERBALIST IN AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

THE MOST SUCCESSFUL HERBAUST 1H AUSTBALftSI/L Herr Rassmussen sod his Celebrated [ -Herbal Bemedien require no introduction to the ^public in tins notice. Hie Blood Core and Vitality Bemedies, Internai and Ex- ternal Pile Cures, Ilvera^-Kidnfi^Böffedy, end bis specially :fpeMred ^ fof Anaemia and Wasting "IKseasesjn Semalei ara famous tâiroagbonfc tbs^Worid,%aving .stood-- .* test for over Äyeats. .')' Herr ïtass mnssea is the í mbst - ^ocoeaaM end only Banish Herbalist in^ÄBEtralasia. Sis ad dress is 4Sl^I^^b^l^sr}ig^ U7High etreet, freihange. Snarers should call on bim or write to bim for a, copy of his Free Book contaùiing &U particulars and advise. Right in the W. il Grenike's Thougbtfol people be effective should be r enanty, hence the general appreciatwin ot ; thV W-A^ Apothecaries Company^ weekly j ^Satger^Mhir, Fremantle, is nowcsriying, cn Inness on bis own account, and bega to 1 inform bis bid friends that beta, on iiasd as ' njualat SSHbdi-street. TeL S07. Hughes:...

Publication Title: Sunday Times
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LATE SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

' LITE 'pfflD%; .-:-*- _; ? tóL^f V4C v Grand National Iwdle amibterfe «re r¿¿e to-morrow. a¡ma4k^lqofcnig^J^Mlt ^ ^ «¡urned fasplwe f-^^ flemington tracks. A meeting of ^» w^ly-appointed oom nittee of the^r ^ Turf XïlubSriU be heH Gumti- ^ jjggç |nt;o wocfe again at ító?"r(.¿éim, after «polling since her Ouka ^"¿^j* ñctory. r -<V«gfats fbrt^Caulfield and Melbourne Caps will bc jgeáed simultaneo ody un Mon day, June 30, 'at noon.* -_ ;Snort .Royal ;srid Newark, according to present arrangements, will leave Adelaide by the Pilbarra ia charge of H. Holmes. . Rosary, who won the Boulder Pony Racé on Wednesday, is well bred enough for any- thing, being hy light Artillery from Tuberose."'-, -...>*..'...'..*. - Ernie M*Keon win return to this State hy the Pilbarra, which leaves Adelaide on June "30. He will bring the following horses with him ; -Man ol Honor. Hot Shot, Student, and a yearling b¿ Padlock-Tîeèâlework. ' The Helensvale Racing dub have ap-; plied to tte W^T.C. f...

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MR. WALLACE NELSON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

iß{. WÄIAÄCE SELSOR. Mr. Wallace Nelson, & highly accom fisbed orator, and the editor of the estralian' Worker, is announced to deliver » lecture in the Victoria Hall, High-eti eet. Fremantle, on Friday evening next. . Hs will take for %i» subject* "Labor and Democracy: An Exposition and Defence.* The lecture will be under the auspices of tbs Ftanantie branch of the A.W.AT, and, ^he j, ttniiatioa of Ü» leerier is sûre ;to attract? » £»-17« JLru3teñen. ..?" ?> - ~ . ' ? ? rt . > ? ?!}, ' Mr. -ft;<^ iAriMtf^^Snrgeo^ .dyertisee pandeas extnwlàouç, the Ut<~-*\T octal «missthefciee being emwkjcJf -^'-tóo..^ TÍI, be<r£ tea, ¿nd «old .oaUatioaasvt *1

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South Fremantle v. Subia[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

Joaä fHaaiaöe T. Sobiaeo. -/¿I Theabove teams met oa the North Fre- mantle Oral yesterday afternoon, tito weatherbeing fine and very lrtüe wind pre vadîng. There were only about a connie ". hundred people present, mostly supporters «f one club or the other. The play was for the moat part of a varyfïfaor description, -oughand tumble benig p^order of the s The tunpireV w^hjsâs was very much i" 1rndk, andjaraiafc Jn&y^^cees^ were them wete S-j^a^^the^onth. Sñbiaco' tried two^^,i«itt& ^Borhanke and Gran- nie. £*ite£a»«wJaj included in place of ?Morion *»* th* South. SnVriaeo rushed thingaat the bounce, and noon had the South goal in danger. Greu / ^' nîcSried fer a goal at a sharp angie, bat ÎSÏ&; ^anfr^&Bhind resulted. The red aaa whites - TalBed, and by the aid of Gibson and Shaw, ^ both cf whom patin some really good work, "the play was transferred to the ether ead. ,ïkmies<mn«naging took pla»diront of the Subiaco goal - Bates snapped the ha...

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FOOTBALL . AUSTRALIAN GAME. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. East Fremantle v. West Perth. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

I ; v ÂtîltRÀLIAN GAME . |: ; YESTERDA^p RESULTS, ^ i East ïnsiùitte Ï» West ?Ä \ r. . ^ -. _,_ Thia match was played on the Fremanlli . Oval yesterday, a good crowd being present; The weather was beautifully fine, and thc . ground in perfect conditioit Wiidy çip tained the , West Perth. ; in i place !o Loel, vnq ; does not- liln^-the :&pta<* ship, as it greatly interferes wit! hiB play- Chadwick led the blue and white into the field. West Perth won tb*¿ tosí and kicked towards the pavilion- Annois Att^eU and Doig stood o^im from th« Eas ranks, their places being filled by Ifc Newton, Fisher and Gallagher. The 3asfc taentioa player is an ex-Adelaide man, .ant made his liest appearance in this match û Westralian senior, football, Skipper Chid 'wick placing hun half-forward. The Wes team was the same .asi last .Saturday, witJ the exception of Collen and E Smith^whi did batt& in place of two bf the lesser light of the dob. McIntyre acted as centara umpire. To...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

I GUARANTEE TO CURE , THE NERVES and THE BLOOD, Says HERR RASSMUSSEN, THE CELEBRATED' DANISH HER- BALIST, and NO GREATER TRUTH HAS EVER BEEN UTTERED, JUDG- ING FROM THE TESTIMONIALS HE HAS RECEIVED FROM OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND NERVE AND BLOOD SUFFERERS WHOM HIS AL FAUNE REMEDIES HAVE RESTORED TO PERMANENT HEAL IB. THERE IS NO HUMBUG. When tiie . REMEDY used is HERR RASSMUSSEN'S ALKALINE BLOOD CURE PILLS cuécese is certain, and a Cure Permanent and Speedy in «very case of CHRONIC BLOOD and SKIN DISEA- SES, GLEETS, DISCHARGES, Etc, Etc » Special powerful course, 43s. 6d.; ordinary course, 23s. 6d. Boxes, 12s. and 6s. NERVOUS DEBILITY. LOST VI TALTTY, and VARICOCELE Cored Per- manently by taking the ALF ALENE VITALITY PILLS. Special powerful conrees, 43s. 6cL; ordinary coarse, 23s. 6d. Boxes, 12s. and 6s. PILES-Either Blind, Bleeding, External or Internai, cured quietly and for ever by taking the Celebrated ALFALTNK PILE POWDERS. Boxes, 6s. LIVER and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS and COSTIVENESS...

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THEATRICAL. CREMORNE. "NECK OR NOTHING." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

--»--v - : . GREBIORNS. . r *'î$E£iïL t)R NOTHING. " /-?Tho production of Henry, t'ttiifet and George tjoiiquestfe plàyï 'ïNeck or Nothing,3 was n larga order for the Cremorne Com- pany, hampered as they are for stage room. Nevertheless, on the whole' the piece went splendidly, . and every local -difficnltv was surmounted. The character of Paul "Dave n&at, alias Woron3»f£, vms .placed admirably by. Mr. F. C.' Mortyne. Of the other characters. Mr. C. Bryant as Colonel Eger- ton, Mr. Hugh Wilson as Alphonse Greiio- - ?ailie, Mr. Geo. Jones ss Jonathan, Boll, and Mr. Tom Carraa as Joba Daveaant, were the most ably sos. tained. , MUs Ettie Williams, as Nadine, acted with routh spirit. As the Countess. Woro izoff, Miss Emnpe Smith did not appear quite afc home, and once or twice seemed .tb "stick." . MissJ?aeny Wiseman was excellent, and she aaa Mr. Geo. Jones were responsible for the comedy of thc play, which they interpreted with genuine humor ' and good judgment. Tho scenery a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

FiTe Years' Sufferiaff COBED BY ; FEELS SPLENDID. Shepparton, July tl, 1899. Mr. S. A. PALMER (VIIADATÍO). Dear Sir,-I have very great pleasure in ctertífyihg to the MERITS of your VITA DAT 10. I have sofiered for the past .five fears, off and on, from JAUNDICE, EM- ARGEMENT OF THE LIVER, and aa INTERNAL GROWTH of some kind, which the doctors, did not seem to under- stand, and all the medicine I took before : VITADATIO had no more effect upon me than so mach water. My husband and son; induced me to try your VTTADATIO, and ! after the second week ï hod been taking it » quantity of blood and lumps of stuff which looked like pieces of- liver, came away. I now feel splendid ; and am able to get about and do my work. i I am an old resident ot Shepparton, and all my neighbors can tell -voa how bad I was. I EARNESTLY RECOMMEND your VTTADATIO to anyone suffering as X did. . lours gratefully, _ . , C. CURREr. , Witness to signature.: W. J. FOBS, J.P. : T hereby certify to the correctness of ...

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BUSINESS NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

i' . -_s*_? J». . --s--w--- ? "Garter «nd Co. .Wg'^^^te^iQl»:'^ «heir. magnificent etook of hWk^-^Urgé double bed «s» iaankejà jiB white, Sscarkt, surer grey, and n&vyWne, each pair weigh- ing 71b. to Sib. These h*ve been bought at a discount of 33 per cent. They have also a great stock of manufacturers' .samples, to order from; with discounts of from 25 to 50 stagger tle^t^^serf^hefiméonnaWtíy' appeal to su economical people, and claim that?* they can hold their own against all comers in the trade. Messrs. Thomas and Co., the well-known eheuusts at 398'Hay-street, have been ap-' pointed sole wholesale and retail agents m W.Â. for Dr. Bamado's Irish Moss, which, tslfte only patent medicine ordered by the medical fraternity for general use in English ] cüHSianptívelibspitals. /. - xne wen-nnown proauee mercnanc ana commission agent, Mr. J. Robinson, corner of Wellington-street and Melbourae-rosd, always las a large stock of chaff, oats, bran ?and produce of all .descriptions ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

I GUARANTEE TO CURE TOT? NERVES and TOTS BLOOD, Says HERR RASSMUSSEH. THE CELEBRATED DANISH HER- BALIST, and NO GREATER TROTH HAS EVER BEEN TITTERED, JUDG- ING FROM THE TESTIMONIALS HE HAS RECEIVED FROM. OVER ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND NERVE AND BLOOD SOFFERERS WHOM HIS AL FALINE REMEDIES HAVE RESTORED TO PERMANENT HEALTH. THERE IS NO HUMBUG. When the REMEDY used is HERR RASMUSSEN'S ALFÄLTNE BLOOD CORE PILLS success is certain, and a Cure Permanent and Speedy in every case of CHRONIC BLOOD and SKIN DISEA- SES, GLEETS, DISCHARGES, Etc.. Etc » Special powerful course, 43s. 6<L; ordinary course, 23s. 6d Boxes, 12s. and Ss. NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOST VI TAUTX, abd VARICOCELE Cared Per. manently by taking the ALFALINE VITALITY PILLS. Special powerful ?courses, 43s. 6<L; ordinary course, 23s. (3d. Boxes, 12s. and 6s. PILES-Either Blind, Bleeding, External or Internal, cured quickly and forever by taking- the Celebrated ALFALTNE PILE POWDERS. Boxes, 6B. LIVER and KIDNEY COMPLAI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

CONSULT THE ?at tí» head of tte Ha&teal _ ,_an-wVoueotion of doubt. I&ejr ham investígate<*ÍHrüi«r . into the " diawttanthsh-qsltaworUiyp^ fala«»o0iates,isnew ackxnwladgea byan. Their _ A SareS raWTESSiO WU. TBU3MPHS. yqarwnc are |tt*uJag taefr naines, because they n*vemsdflthna-)ira-mopy and farcit ennshine nODB DmXHtlS ftfS&BlIEIGIXBS OF >Inape«tionaiiite Consett^ Retfatared ^ ttedical Boards of «.S.W., : Victoria, South Australia, England and - S>¡ America; fate-Consulting «a«, Horneo* * «athicHo«pital.lleiboui^iiacUcaiStafr, BrtUahAnny.. To aiumr* erompk attantlotw forward £f by maiuana tun 4#ecHptIon of your complaint, and M Mil itt OM* sand aceasaaiy nimediea tor treatment of yoiir ailment, also a copy of u Wir 400 »as» apical Wort muatratwU Our Commonwealth Diary post free *>n iu>piu cation. Every fermer. Miner. Mariner. Merchant a Copy Ti ytm are troubled with Kmp]e».BaslifaInB«a.AvCT. _ _^_ afrotp0oci£ty,8tcpfdB8Ba, Botponoencr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

"SPECIAL" ABSOLUTELY UNRIVALLED. Sole Agents-MILNE & CO., William Street, Perth. No.10J Cte"oran Whisky |N0. IQ The PTJBEST MALT WHISKY Scotland Produces. rjAHIS WEISET? is Guaranteed, the Sole Unblended Produce of the Ord Distillery Company. MTTIJR OIF1 OBD, EOSS-SHIEB. PHILIP GOYLE, MOIR'S CHAMBERS,^ . . SOLE AGENT. THE ROYAL JÉIS, EDISWAN LAMP The Edison and Swan United Electric Light Company, Limited, have the pleasure to announce that they have received thc honor of Appointment by Boyal Warrant as Purveyors of Electric Lamps to HIS MAJESTY THE KING. C. WEARNE, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR' 127 MURRAY STREBT, PERTH, SOLE AGENT FOR EDISON AND SWAN, LOzsriDoisr. CABLES, DYNAMOS, LAMPS, and "FITTINGS IN STOCK Rankine's Patent Feed Water Filter and Çrease Extractor. HAY STREBT, Basement of Fresh Food and Ice Company's New Premises, Two Doors from Bon Marche. MRS. E. E. EBBOTT'S (late of Kalgoorlie) RECHERCHE LUNCHEON and TEA BOOMS, the Largest and Coolest in the City, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

DRUNKENNESS. Wi^^aUa^xtaiaaji I iimiinii TWO irtsiiiiM THC -WlWgLOW _ VB C0MMH8 ~ "DIANOS bj bast IbfceñT 73» Beefcac j X Pianos, tbs Waga« Pianos. These j having stood -tho teat for a «rea» yans aU orar the eptonfftbej are j tauf« ii manta, genranteed to stand all «nV l awta. ffatsb ahjnawnts nsw landed,, caa, j /Ma beñsnestrslat W. ZuopeTs Yurnitan j ^Warshoase. 3^nm cash, orliberal j ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL Comer LAKE and BRISBANE STS. The BEST RESIDENTIAL HOXEL in W.AL The Highest and Healthiest Spot in Perth. Everything the Best. FRANCIS SMITH (Late of Beaufort Arms), Proprietor. STAR MID CARTER i HAIRDRESSING SALOON, TOBACCO and CIGAR DIVAN, GODEKICH-OTRJEET EAST I (Next Star and Garter Hotel). FIRST-CLASS BARBER EMPLOYED. I Residents of East Perth w5" find this thor- ] oaghly up-to-date shop a great, ""»nvenienee. j H. L. RALEIGH, Ma^«r. | ! MEDICINE SENT FREE ¡To men until Cured pf all NERVE Troubles, Weakness, Atrophy, Debility, Varicocele, &c, no matter bi>w severe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

,. »mrtt*faat»*ttft. Tel. m ; ? Dress and Paalxion. JHE WORLD TBADB Wang Winter broods Winter Cjpods Winter Goods DEFIED FOB VALTJB. TBADB MASK. * 4 NOW- OPENED - UP. CÍÍÜÜ1Y PARCELS. m GEE AT READY-MONEY >ERS and CLOTHIERS, MJL383 WELLINGTONS; PERTH, Are offering the following MARVELLOUS PABCEIiS in. order to buildup a Country Cfcmnectiôn.We^ Ouaíantee Satisfaction. ? We want your Trade, and oiie^^ these ySp^eial Induoeni^^-]|e^--'!^pbä* ijftröe^Öi^ers -'will he Despatched on Receipt" óTlRenuttanoe by Ii^'^|l^n^^r : PiOÖti ( L ."J", SSavy Wör SUIT. Flannel UNDERSHIRTS. Men's Working SHIRTS. BRACES, best i.T (Felt), any size 'Pairs Woollen SOCKS. Large Soft HANDKERCHIEFS. TIES. Assorted Patterns. Pair UNDERPANTS (Merino). £2 Family Paree!. 1 Pair Woolleo BLANJíETS. > 1 Pair White Twifleil "SHEETS," for J>cmbteB&s; : .. * '* * 2 Pairs White j T wUlod, SHEETS, 12 Flau^e|ie1jfc>es* ,. , , 1 White Ä&fQTOT.""j r 12 Yarô^WK^^CO. 1 HBABÎEH 'WG'J" 6 Jjaxgo t»x}% ...

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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

That Leake's outburst at South Perth   was like the yelp of a run-down dingo. That his following whimpered loyally, as became that syndicate of sycophants.     That three of the prominent free-fizz   pirates missed the ferry boat on the return journey.     That having mistaken the Chateau Copley for a pub, they were sooled off by the sooner.           That they were told at midnight that the ferry didn't start from the ticket-box at   the Zoo.     That a significant coincidence was un-     earthed during the recent rains.     That the day after the drizzle milk lumped to 6d. a quart!   That one town dairyman, whose supply   miscarried, sold swill milk and clay water,   to his customers.   &nbsp...

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PREMIER AND PRESS A POLITICAL SNIVEL. SIDELIGHTS OF PRESS POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

PREMIER AND PRESS A POLITICAL SNIVEL, SIDELIGHTS OF PRESS POLITICS.   The Premier is a beaten man. The ulula- tion of the vanquished welled forth at the South Perth social on Thursday last in his attack upon the metropolitan Press. He might have rent both papers on their   political tergiversations with some effect, but he simply whimpered and snivelled. No   particulars were given of his grievances, and it is quite unnecessary to consider the charges in any way. The daily papers are quite able to take care of themselves, especially when it is only necessary to   satirise the feeble wailing of a man who has encompassed his own undoing. There is much more profitable material in those   parts of Mr. Leake's speech which came withiin the borderland of definite alleg0 tions. Here is one of them :—"The Govern- ment had had no support whatever from the metropolitan newspapers: He ws glad to say that he was not under any obli...

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CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE SECOND TEST MATCH. PLAY POSTPONED. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

CABLEGRAMS. CRICKET. AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN IN ENGLAND. THE SECOND TEST MATCH. PLAY POSTPONED. LONDON, SATURDAY.         Another wet day set in on Friday, which prevented any play for the day, and the match was postponed.   At the drawing of stumps on Thursday the scores stood thus: ENGLAND.       First Innings.       Fry, c Hill, b Hogkins...0           MacLaren, not out...47 Total for two wickets...102.

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FREE LECTURES FOR THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

The second of the series of SUNDAY TIMES   lectures will be delivered by Mr. Thomas Walker, editor, in the Cannington Hall, to- morrow night (Monday, June 16), the sub- ject being "The World Without Work." These lectures are intended to be of a purely educational character, free from party poli- tics and controversial topics, and will be free to all, no charge or collection of any kind being made. Country districts desirous of being visited for the purpose of a lecture should communicate with the Editor. The opening of the new Hibernian Hall, a fine commodious building, will be celebrated by a grand ball on the 28th inst. The annual ball given by the Hibernian Society is always a successful function under the managment of the hon. sec., Mr. W. M. Cartney. "The Alexandra" tea-rooms, Barrack-street, are open from 8 a.m. to 11.30 p.m.

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DECLARATION OF PEACE. SPEECHES BY THE KING. Buckingham Palace Congratulations. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

DECLARATION OF PEACE. SPEECHES BY THE KING. BUCKINGHAM PALACE CONGRATULATIONS. LONDON, SATURDAY. The King delivered two great speeches to two separate audiences at Buckingham Palace—to the Lord Maor and corporation of London and the members of the County Council, who were the bearers of congratu- lations on the declaration of peace. To the first deputation His Majesty expresesd thanks to Almighty God on the termination of the struggle. He fully recognised the many sacrifices and admirable fortitude of his sub- jects. both and home and beyond the seas, which had contributed to the increased     unity and strength of the Empire. He also testified to the valor and endurance of the troops, opposed by a brave and determined people. He rejoiced to think they will now become our friends, and he earnestly hoped for their mutual cooperation and goodwill;   and that the bitter feelings of the past will be speedily replaced by ties of loyalty and friendsh...

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THE SECOND SPEECH. LONDON, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Times — 15 June 1902

London, Saturday. His Majesty, in the second speech, said he looked forward to a system of Government which, with God's blessing, would bring to South Africa both peacea and prosperity, and that these would be established in every quarter of the globe. He cotifidently be- lieved that the good feeling displayed be- tween those who were so recently opponents augurs well for the future. A vast country   had been added to the dominions of the   Crown.              

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