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Our Band. A PROGRESSIVE INSTITUTION. WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENTS ARRANGED AT THE DRILL ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Ourn'Band. A- PROGRESSIVE INSTITUTION. WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENTS * :AR1ANGED ATITIIE DRILL ROOM. At no time in the history of Brigh ton" has any movement made such progress in so short a time as has tile newly-formed : Brighton Brass Band. The committee have realised the importance of founding this move iment on thorou'ghly sound business lines, and having in view at all times the fact that the hand is the people's, and controlled by the people through the committee elected by the residents of Brighton, they are natu rally desirous of showing satisfactory results of their stewardship during their term of office. Solvent finance is their aim, as'should be the 'aim of all such institutions.; That the people of Brilgton mean to support the com mittee in their very worthy object, and have undoubtedly done so up to the present., is evidenced by the tact that over £6i00 have been raised within the short space of 9 months. lHaving carefully considered the advis ability of holding weekly concer...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

SOUTHERNi CRtOSS Football eompetitions No. il Victorian Football Association lOs. PRIZE A prize of 10/. will be awarded the competitor fulfilling all the condi tions of this competition, or pro rata it more than one. COND1TIONS. 1.-Competitors to name on. the coupon provided in this col umn the winners of. the- Vic torian Football Association matches 'played on the date on the coupon. I 2.-Competitors to be residents :of the Town of Brighton, City of Caulfield, or Shire if fMoora'b bin; or annual subscribers:to the "Southern Cross" (6/6). 3.-Coupons to be in tho"'"Southern Cross" Office on Thursday prior to the date on the Coupon. 4.-Name and Address of Competi tor. to appear on the Coupon. 5.-All writing to be. legible and in ink.r'. 6.-Coupons to be addressed FOOTBALL doMrPEITION, The Editor, "Southern Cross," BRIGIITON. (Incomplete Addres6 will • Disqualify). 7.-The decision of the Editor to be final in regard to all matters. FOOTBALL COUPON. + No.L .; ' + "" VICTORIAN FOOTBALL +...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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MOORABBIN. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

31OORAltBIN. Cr. Small has expressed his inten tion nliot to seek re-election, actini on medlical advico to curtail hiis public ac )timities vs far Is possible, to relieve a strain that taxes his health. Tie hire., as i wll ia the rilingr, wmn1i lo6e by Cr. 'maili's etirementcii as hVi ha1 prol.baNily a closer, no?i li-ie of th Shire as "w mmhle thail any1 other councillor at the table. III c<inectiotn witii the W'st Ridinii s.at. ile miiis o Mr . IT. ]L (;ra (MIir,,s striet), andi Mr. II. P. An st.e (Illa iiptol), hIav,. I-e'-II freeil meni tioned, iihilst ex-(r. W. 11. BIrmitt any Ie apprcachiid ni akled to na.iln '.t into hurnls. .3r. 1. N. I'ilbis (( 'ilbs immid Keiiran) fils alsoi wide iiiteret and intilmate knowlI.'de irf tIIh district that -mould Iimakle his mldidmalpturie Ipliilar Shouhlli he vivld to the ixipomrtiuiities of his frierld. For thi, East hidiniil seat, Mr. J. 3Mcartnyii (31,ordiIll-cIl . who, uiinsuciess fully opllosecd Cr. Shield.-is ' a Ire .ixu oc...

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Football. BRIGHTON v. NORTHCOTE. A ONE-SIDED GAME. SEASIDERS TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Football. ;r *-· *~c- BRlILTON v;. \OrTnCOTR. a-: 05 -SIDED GA2IE. SSESIDRS. TOfIIE IRONTM -' Btrighton w; ere t lihome to. orthcote on Saturday, whein -there eas a lar,ge followin -oif local :supporteis a"indl fair sprinkliing of represenitatives.from the mnorthern su ur., 'lih groiuie ans in. fir order .. Espie relieved W allaco who s :wyn:sullerin. from aia injuied leg. Brighton were representedl by Bncks-lDowding, Epie. lHatf-lackis--Ne,,r .ro Wilson, Knighton. Centre --Meade, 1B. Bailes, E. Lailed. - thllf-?or?vard-Bayliss, DUirson, 'cese Forward--Henderson, Doolan. ' ollod~rs--Grahlani, urnbull. fover- Duggan. The visiting skipper won the toss and decided to kick towards.thegoc?th road goals. IP.uctually to tinie tih telams took the field, atd it was no ticed that tl'e seusiders were heavier tl'han the visitors. h Brighton were the first to handllc; hIt the visitors crowded the goal. ; Fromn a long drop ick IDoolan raised a sigle. "'Cote's carriesd down the wing; ,but Henderso...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Municipal Elections. THE RETIRING COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

municipal lections.: llntepayeraý h uing Oiuulehl~ii l Lwrr iiii~~d~~p'Ig lilt ereuL' in the I ffei'etg7.en~, iiters 'nre - -, .I3JtIUIITrON i-+ Centr-tiral 'S1nrdýC' Cr. Mi!iia: Nior.Lt ii 1udC St vii ?t ` ", 'IxAi3PP Vlest Ilidini Cr :Snanll Sorth tidinu -Crhiur::: \oi Lit Iiidin"-Cr harness;: i ;:l East' Ithdng-Ca Shields CAUC FILIv S o ih W arir CiMiiurphy. 1rH'eat. ard- Cr. I~fnl. North Ma$id-Cr Fis e. Fent Eastlair Thosso n

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

- -:rk--tL :ASSOCIATION. On their onii groiiid Cheltenaiam ha.ie for the piast seven years been in vincIeife inid tlieir: sulporters were con fideat tl~it they'. 'ould manintain that record' eveu against the nmuch improved other teamils in the 'Association. . lid dle BIilghtoi haivel been showing good form- this season, and as the two tennis were engaged to meet on ISat urday on the Chelt's ground a good game of football was expeoted. Con sequently there was a large gathering of spectators, but the game was not as keen as was anticipated. Both teams were unatble to put their stronlg est representation in the field, owing to injuries received in previous mnot ches. The game opened well, but af ter half-time Chelt's were unamble to tiland up against, the siortica of Bright oun. The latter kept Chelt's oni the idfensive, and ' finally won with a nuargin of 33 poinits. The scores at the final b.ell were-?3iddle Brighton 7.14 (56), Cheltenham 3.5 (41). 1iorabblin Park opened well against...

Publication Title: Brighton Southern Cross
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Pay Your Rates BEFORE JUNE 10. TO SECURE ENROLMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Pay Your Rates I-~EFORE JU~1 10. TO SECUiftE EO LMEINT The atllcititonof rAtcp(ycirs is dire ted , to the nimunicipal iiloucenenic fts ii' another column that 'all 'ries iust be iid ibefore WedlieVdiy wieek Jine 10. to sicure onirolment- on this yn-'s in inicipail rolls, '%li ari ito, lie com liled for the aondal elections to A be .Ild in AiuguSt.: literest .a? the rutie of asix mr cntl .will Ibe ~ hlar.l: onl nall rates nota laidi l witinh tihe tiiii ial - .rc-u iamt ------or-ro i flii- ?ii\ien-e of ratepally'rs the' raite collectors - -tr hlie risfecltivec li viillill ties.. vill ; atl ' Jeuil ans under i : B r ig h t o n : "T o 'u "] H U ll; , ': ':.: ' : Canlfli ll: Town: all. June 2 to 10; Ti-i:uribuni.hei, 'ir. Laveuder's 6ofice. eeriim road o . o i. q-d a El sternwick. Elstermick. lTheatro,' 9 ,. il. to 5 p.iii. Saturdan y next. l'ooradlin i 3rondayv Shire . HIll,- to 11.30; Chelt'ellnhin Mcllhanics', 12 to I. Illesdab, Shire Ilill to 10.30 3Tordiallob, i Small" & Edw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Telephone 128 Windsor. Only Adldres-' } G. Brunning & Sons, BRIGHTON ROAD, ST. KILDA; NOT MELBOURNE, Established 50 Years. Largest Plant Nurseries in the :Cn-om monwealth. 250,000 Plants and 40,000 Roses. Write for New Catalogues (Post Freel The Nurseries are within three minutes of the Rlpponlea Station and Brighton Road Tram Terminus. HOME, HINTS ON BUILDING; BUILD WITHOUT DEPOSI ', A unique opportunity presents it self to the owner of an allotment of and as without any further cash - if desired I will build an up-to-date and modern Villa up to 7 rooms, replete with all conveniences and appintments -repayments as weekly rent, covering interest and principal-the interest re uring as each payment is made, and I give you the option to pay oil any amount, or. the whole, at any time, :without extra interest. Plans, esti mates free. If you have a deposit, and have land in view, I will buy same, and erect a home on the same terms. In case of illness or unemploy ment, payments are...

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The Southern Cross Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1914. District News BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

1lt ;o.i.n ($ro. iet all the ends thou aim'et at be thy country's. thy God's, and truth's. **~. .*- .***o .*-o** y *·« * Ce.ý ... e"-... SATUIRDAY, 3lAY 3,0,=191. District News IBRIGHTON. The death of James Baker. of Middle Brighton, occurred on .Satur: day night after a short illness. D ceased was a member .of the once well known local butchering- firm, , Grant and Baker. lThe funeral at the Brigh ton Cemetery on Slonday was ilargely attended. Entries' for 'the ITij hton " District 'oultry, `Pligeon and Canary Society's irst annual show. close to-nilght with the secretary, Mr. J. B. Brigden, of Union- street, North Brighlton, who will attend at the Coffee Palace, Bay street 'Brighton, for.the convenience if exhibitors desiring information. Entries'-lll: bh received up till the first poston Monday, when tlhey will h finahlly 'closed to enalhe the neces sary: arrangements to be nnide. -The Brighton automatic exchange will '.he put into commission within the course of a few days. Duri...

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Football. (CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE.) FEDERAL ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Football: (CON'rVLUED Fn ROM PIIEVIOUS IEE A ASS CATO 1a.) T~G TEU "`tAT: \ý OCLVI[O) 'MEETING::·: 11w ..fortnightlyý ' Ie`t'inll° oIf the 1 1& ernl 4ss5ociijtiOI " MIs' held' oil: u; sillý ývhieni owiI ; ý Iau" incle jntltiti w~itler,~ there'cn as. s it.thIll 5(LUdane L:'o! dole-' pa"tes:. - ..:. .. .. ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Electric Saw Mill and Timber Yard. Evervthing at Melbourne Prices. Macpherson and Lawrie- MiddleBrighton Telephne 4l e.R.o. TEMME 245 Bay Street, Brighton. - THfE COHEAPEST HOUSE FOR f = A DIArPERY IN VICTORIIA. IE xtraordinary Week. .200 WOBTH OF 3ANUFAC TUlERS' SAhMPLES BOUGHT LESS THAN IHALF COST - IN ENGLAND, SOl?E SLIGHTLY DAMAGED TO - BE SOLD CHEAP. LADIES' AND CHItLDIREN'S HlOSE at Id. a Pair. LADIES' BLACK LACE, AND EIIBBROID)Eli I[OSE, at lid. LADIES AND CIlILDIIEN'S SINGLETS, at -dl. LADIES' STOCKINETTE CO3DBINATIONS, at I/6 and 2/6. "LADIES' 31ERINO ' CO'BI NTI'IONS, 2/6. A LOT OF EVENING" SP'ENCEIIS and ,I01)OCIS, Trinmrald Ldce, Net and Silk, 1/G and 2/6, worth 7/6 CHILIILDEN'S COATS, Nica ,and Warm, at 3!11 and 4/t11. GETIEMFN : : 50 Dozen SA3IPL'E SIN'GLTS and PANTS, Under Cost at hlomne, at 1/-, 1/6, and i'G Each. SO1IE LOVELY FINE WOOL AND 511iK 31X'ITUItCES. SILK SOX,- t 1/6 and 1/11. SILK STRI'IPl' SON', 4 . 1. and 1/-, syorth 1/6 and 2/6 GY3INASIUMN or ATHI'LETE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Pharmaceutical Chemist. Emnulsion of Cod Liver Oil With Hypophosphites of Lime & Soda . Pure and Palatable. FOB PULMONARI AFFEOTIONS, 0000HS, COLDS, DEBILITY and WASTING. 1. ,d. ,- DISPENSING A SPECIALTY Foster's .. Famous Remedies F'h^'iNTI-CATABRIALT LOTION :POWDER and Post Nasal Secretions. 2/-. ~CNIC HAIR D?ESSING An elegant and most effectual pre paration for Strengthening and Promoting the Growtk of the Hair, and rendering it beautifully Soft, Glossy, and Non-oily. A/,. ECZEMA OINTMENT A remedy for Skin Complaints. Although an unrivalled prepara tion for the use which its name indicates, this ointment is of great service in many other troubles to which the skin is liable,*such as: Bruises, Scalds, Old Sores, Pimples Irritations, Broken Chilblains, Chapped Hands, Chafed Skin in both Infants \and Adults, etc. In fact, its uses are so many that it ought to be at hand for amergen cies in .every household 1/-. BRONCHITIS CURE This well-known remedy has seldom failed in affo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

The .QUALITY Butc --K. AMoTrrison,YI.HN, The -Q UALIT . But mpta 227 Bright nl Howard Weber, SPECAL"- .;; ; .Painter/., SPECIA:: .: : " , O O .2 House EPLLNDID VANIIS Decorator, IN ALWAYS oiN HAND. and ALL SUBURBS. Repairer. MIILL STREET, BRIGHTON. Gardeners I WATEJITIGHTS and BLUCIIERS . The Best in Quality means the Best Wear and the most Comfort. ,The Best. is Always the Cheapest. - oos d.T.MATTHEWS. l Bors REPAIRDFS BOOT PALACE.- Toonom. OHARMAN ROA D, I' Ta IBTTEYS CHELTENHAM Telephone 10, Cheltenham. KEEPS THE BEST-GIVE' 11131A TRY:. To the General. Public. of Cheltenham and Tistric .Two things worth 1.-Has an up-to-date Stock-at your doors. 2 .Skd-uillul and ad esmanlike Rlepairing a Specialty with him. nwbury a $irpitn Ctrppenterl, Builders & General "Contractors. Al Classes of - Alteralions Work Executed ANYTHING Additions and in any Btate of the Commonweth.e IN THE Sewerage Work. Commowel*th. Executed on p Shortest lNotice. Flan Prepared i and Estimates? Bobmitted....

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Tennis. BRIGHTON DISTRICT CHURCHES: ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Tennis. BuRI]TON DISTRICT CHURCHES: Thef Itlowingiig : 'arih resul oflast Satradas matches-- ? ,St.. ark's and St . Luke s A~ - 1Re1nolds,.; 6---1,4. b,? .?` essrs ?ew.art Barfis and :E. Barius i(St. and St. L,),";bcati Mi?s- Ai Thoinasa.nd? II. Reyoolds, 1'--, T -0. --?Messrs Ewart ind Rhint (St. 1l.). beat 3lessrs etcm fry finitd Neilsoni, --14; 6-- . "Ew art and Miss 0. 0Bari;s "(St. 31.) tied v:;wRith,-;2eilo Amfnd', Miss T£i0?bins, 5-'6, 6-5.. !lliit nidMiss; iS lUar fun (St. 3[.) tied With :lcnamry and Miss M .1::.D l'noild?% 6i5, 5-6: ,,,,St. Dia'rk's anrd St. Lulue's A'.1;'146 ganies Mill tre;t 3'A" 3 gamtues. • ,Pres.yterianr .''i :v. Congregational. rl 31'Leiln and Miss Iloxhurgh- ('. S?X') hnbrat 3lis.,e. Knights and llIis, Snu tP. ,) A.) beait, .Messrs . urner ald .Ellisi i--, : l: 1)r. 1.'Leann Iaidil IVi. 31'J.eai (P. "A') Lncat Ellis garid :liss Siror,' .62i, 6--0; Maggs m?"d Misy I?olxbuirglh .(P' "A")' boat ITurner and 31iss Kn'ights, Cr-0. 6-3. i'resibyterian "", ....

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Dahlia Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Dahlia Culture. A lecture on the cultivation of daih lins was given?by IMr. W.- Dearingre cently to thoe membeis of the Bright on Horticultural Society.. SOIL PRfEPARATION, CUiLTURE; &c. r. I)earin; sid. that llmost- any soilr will grow :th" dahilin it '-well worked, manured ad ldrained.r . The drainage at Brighta i ' as not so lad a sethak :as: at Ivanhoe and. Toorak. You Y iAll: need "to see that -nny ear plus water can escape, otherwise it. will cause a souring of, the: soil;- and ooodl dahlias canniot possibly bd gronri in, such soil. 'First trcntch the ground intended to grow thi 'dahlins to I a lepth of 18 inches and manurec liberally, and if you think the drainage insufficient raise the' led about ?six inches above the walk, this will help to keep the first foot .of soil sweet for the roots to; start in. Then mensure the bed and drive in sltakx abolrut four feet ?y three inches in a row that leaves aimle. rooma .to get about between them, and hlave everything ready f-...

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HE DESERVED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

lIE D2EBISERD IT. - Guest--Y'ou seem musical. I alwnys Waiter-liemembah me, sah I He got a quarter.

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Charity in France. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Charity in France. In France there are no public funds for the relief of the poor, and private chaurity is almost wholly relied upon. It appears, however, that French laws are very much opeaosed to private asso ciatins o: i'idividualsdistributingchar itable funds, and require that this slhaulhl be done by o!licinls. The nma ihiner:" piovided for the purpoio are bureaus col ? osed of persons two-thirds of whom iar nominated by the prefect ~f the district and one-third by the cammunnl aulhoriics. No person can ifund'a charitable institution and sup pirt it with his own nmoney without ec press authority from the state, nor can hie leave by will a sum of money for any p'rivate individual to distribute in char. ttv : that duty must beperformced by an alticial. I

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Reserves Wanted REQUIREMENTS OF LOCAL DISTRICTS. THE BENTLEIGH MOVEMENT. SITE ACQUIRED ON CENTRE ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

Reserves Wanteda ]IEQUIRLJEMENTS O0 LOCAL DIS TUE IENTLEICII MOVEIMiNTI SITE AkCQUIRED ON CENTRE iROAD The interest that is being taken in the proposal to obtain a recreation reserve for Bentleigh waslevidenced by the number of local residents who braved the eluements on Wednesday evening, and attended the meeting held in the Bentleigh hall. Cr. \V. G. Iurgess presided., Reports were received from collec tors intimating that £130/18/6 had been obtained in donations and pro mises. The chairman mentioned that the committee had inspected various sites. They imade an offer to the. trustees of the Box estate, and olfered £1;500, which was not accepted, as they- re quired £1;S00. Mr. , McArthur had written offering 6t acres just off Cen tre road, and at the corner of Jasper road. for £600. 31r.,?_lcArthur offered to provide a street leading into the park, 150ft. from Jasper road, and on the eastern boundary he would lay out another street, which would run right to the back of the property...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

. .......THE..... -,E Isternwick -. FRESH 1 'FOOD SUPPLY. S w Glen Hunrtly lid,'; HOwell S Elsternw;ick. - . Few Doors B:low E S& A. Bank:. IVe speeialise ir the I .ovisitr Trade, keep the vere5' t Ir'i-" able,, and- will :,rot, be nl'ail. All Goods kept in Copling Chan her. Eggs front Cool Districts- Fresh Twice a Week. Choicest Butter and Cheese from Western :Distiict Factories. -. Kindly Itemnillicr This-Whether your Ordrr is Worth' a Shilling, or a Pound we Deliver it Promptly. and in ta cisrelil and Up-to-DaLte manner. W. Ht. Nicholson " begto intimate to the the Public of Glen Huntly, Carnegie, Ormond and -Surrounding' iisDrict., that he h. Opened a Store at Glen Huntly S ".* (Late Blundy), and has a Full Stock of Groceries, Crockery,. "and Ironmongory. The Favor of your Patronage Is respectively Solicited GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. STORES-Brighton, Elsternwlck, Balaclava and Olen untly.' W. A. NIEiOLSON, Grocer, Wine & Spirit., Merchant 'phone 64 Brigbton.-" saddi...

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AMERICAN PEARLS. THEIR HISTORY AND WHERE THEY ARE FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Brighton Southern Cross — 30 May 1914

AMERICAN PEARLIS. THEIR HISTORY AND WHERE a,: THEY ARE FOUND. Pearls Among the Southern Indians -Finds in the Mounds of the Ohio Valley-Values, Colors, Shapes. and Other Peculiarities. By popular consent .a pearl is consid ered as one of the gems, altliooglh froii a scientific point of view the term should be restricted to such gemns as asire' f min eral origin. Pearls have long been known to the world, tindin the Bcak.e f Job, which by nmuanyis regjrdend as the oldest book in the Bible, we find:them referred tq Wt.edoii is vluicid iin price above. that- of rubi.by. thlie sacred writer, who nadds: 'No mrntioit shall be made of coral or of pearls." ,?liny refers to the lavish use of pearls among the'. Romans: in hhis tinie, anid san;s: "They put them- onr their. feet; nd thiit 'not'merely on the laces.of their sandals, : but'th ey iiust needs tread: ulpon them and walk with them under foot as well;".: .Contemporary nccouhts of, Colunmltis and of the Creit Sipanish ivnvaders 'tho foll...

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