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THE ESSENCE OP SLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

THE ESSENCE OP SLOTH. In a certain part ot Devonshire there lived a champion lazy man, a joiner by trado, and after repeated dismissals from his employment ho was at length foreibly laid in n cofBn by his shop-m(\teB for. a. joke, and curried ofl for burial. On their way tlicy were met by ft farmer, who asked hqw Jong the man had heeii dead. '?'I-Io ain't dead,'' wrs the reply, "but we intend to bu^y him. He's that lazy he should not be allowed to live." At the ' farmer's request tho men took oil the lid of the coffin, wh-in the farmer, asked the la;y man if 110 thought he could eat two or throe boiled potatoes.'* ''Are.they peeled?" rn-iulrcd the man. > "No," repliicd the farmer. "Ah, well, let. tho funerul prpcccd." For all the disorders of tho tongue . the remedy must begin ut the heart. -Abe. Leichton. 133G.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KNAVISH TRICKS AT CRICKET. SHARP PRACTICE IN THE SUMMER GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

KNAVISH TRICKS AT CRICKET. SHARP PRACTICE IN THR MEU GAME. , - Cricket, on tho whole, is much freer from knavish tricks than foot ball. At the same time, over-keen competition sometimes leads to Bimrty tactics. Of course, it is not always easy to draw tho lino between fair and un faiir manoeuvres. Controversy slill rages around Mr. C. B. Fry's ac tion last summer in appealing against Blythc's howling on tho ground that the latter was deliber ately tor,sing the ball up against tho son so as to prevent Jlr. Fry from seeing it. Then lit is hard to say to what ex tent a fast bowler is justified in humping them down oil a fiery pitch with the idea of scaring the bats man. IS IT JUSTIFIABLE ? Again, i3 a bowler justified in pro tending to deliver the ball in order to run out a batsman who' backs up prematurely ? Some say lie ought to warn the offender, while others hold that there is no need for him to do so. But there are some tricks that are absolutely indefensible. Some years a.eo a ce...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHEN HIS SHIP GOES DOWN. A TRAGEDY FOR WHICH THE SEA CAPTAIN PAYS THE UTMOST PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

WHEN HIS SHIP GOES DOWN. A TRAGEDY FOR WHICH THE S13j} CAPTAIN PAYS Till'! UT MOST PENALTY. Doctors' mistakes, many of thorn at any rate, are buried in the ground says a writer in "Munsey'B." Tho:;< made l>y lawyers are naiil {or Uj their clicnts. But tho mistakes made by BCa captains, no matter wliat the) may cost others, are in the tnc settled by the captains themselves The long roll of suicides tells tin Btory. There ils seldom a voyage witho'J its sudden emergency, domnn Kiip presence of mind, coot judgment, r-.nc skill. Let thcFO qualities fail th< master mariner* in his timo cf msc and no matter what might have I oil the strain on body and brain bis pro fessional career is at nu end. There was Captain Fradeiick Wat kins, who commanded the Prince o Paris when the old Tnman liner c.imi staggering to port with the Mla'.iLu waves swashing about her holds anc surging abainst her bulkheads, tl« result of a fog-shrouded impact with an iceberg. Tin liner was t...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY HE WAS CHOSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

WHY HB WAS CHOSEN. It was ip a little country town, an'l Mf. Goodman, excellent either rnd- kind-heprtefl riifti), a)!nn'eil |iim self, much against his own will, to b(i elected to the Mayoral chaiv lor tin fourIh time in succcssiou. Alter the event, he met Mr. Jone9, one q( Ijia [ortrafi.-it admirers, who tiiook hirr) warmly'" by'the hand. !'I'm right aorry, Mr. Mayor," said tl|o Worthy mnuf "th^t they've putteu on I'o'i tho trouble of offi ciating for another term, with »U your many calls an'l worries of b'-Wlv ; a far wowe man would havo suited, us-but s.KthW"'was just tho troubje. y/e coujdn't. fi|id |ilm-and It's my ol'iiiioi) qa he ain't to . bo ' ? ' - .AH niw arrivals are washed," ex p'a'n d the governor of the prison. "/nd if they make a fuca 7" "Th-a they are Uo^d."

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A COLD IN THE HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

A COLD IfJ THE HEAD. Wo often hear of a oold "going through tlio house," ami many peoplo aro content to tuko 110 steps to chuck its progress. They see one victim al ter another succumb to the infection, and calmly await their own turn. An ordinary oold in tho head is ail infec tious fever just as diptheria is, though fortunately much less usvero, and as a rulo unattended by any complications. Its cause is not, as was formerly sup posed, exposure to fresh air, or rain, or log, for workers in mountain observa tories aro oiten exposed to sucli condi tions without any ill effects. Tho 011 omy is really a microbe, or rather iai: ous miorobos, for ivhilo diphtheria, for example, is always caused by one spe cial germ, a cold may bo brought about by .many germs totally different from each other. Thero aro predisposing caua?s in tho caso of certain individuals who tako cold more easily than others. It would bo well for suoli peoplo to try and track their frequent colds to tho real souriw. In...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACRES OF TRAIN TICKETS, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

ACRES OF TRAiN TICKETS, The Invention o£ the ticket-printing machine by Thomas Edtr.o'idson, n railway-clerk on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway, in 1840, led to the adoption of cardboard tickets, consecutively numbered, and cut to standard size-2J itjrhes by 1J fil ches. The old Mtmchcatcr and Leeds line Qrst tried theitn in 1845. ' The '"'ease," as the t'eceptaclo for railway tickets inside a booking office is termed, consists gf rows and rows of perpendicular partitions, or "tubes," the exact width of a ticket, and from the bottom of ea>'h "tubo'' t)]e tiokets are drawn in strict rota tion. Somo for out-of the-way places arc rarely asked for, p small supply lasting f^r weeks whilst others come from the ticket-print era 50.000 at a time, Ai'rps gf plain and coloured card) board are used yearly in ticket-wak ing. By a system o! shears and graduated rollers the cardboard is prepared in strips or ribbons of enormous length, am| p&asen through the press-not "tuiiko 'ft sw...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE HIRED HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

THE HIRED HAND. " Oh, winter lias its joys and charms, as i remarked bcforo; wo do nob head wio storm's alarms, its fury or its roar, when by cho firo wo 6it and drowso, .and suck an apple's stem; but oh, tho uiuu who rnilka tho cows at o o'clook A. 3kl. I Tho hired hand leaves his cheerful couuli before the rooster crows, what wonder that ho uab a grouch as ho puts on his clothes, they're colder than tho law allows, with ioo along each horn; and ho must go and milk tho cows at 5 o'clock A. M. Down to tho arctic barn ho goes, and packs his frosted pail; and JJossy bill's him on tho noso with her long frozen tail; his language would tho dead arouse-each cuss-word is a gem j i weep tor him who milks the oowa at 6 o'clock A. iU. 'l'alk not ol j hardship or oi woo, yo who at oueo re- . eline, till yo have sat, in hlcot and j "now, to milk the spotted kinoi WIi.u [ old King Winter doth earouso with ico- I .voi'k tiiad^m, shed tears lor him who : milks tlio^cows at 5 o'clock A. M. I -Walt...

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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

Household Hints. -f 'I o poach eggs, always put a little in gar in the water. . hortbrend.-For thir;, always use I'iiiK sugar, instead of castor sugar. Hrcnd Sauce-When making It use stale bread crumbs, otherwise use fresh bread crumbs dried in the o cn, but not browned. Paper Cases.-When using these for uny cookery, oil the cases before wanted and put them in tho oven for a quarter of on hour. Let the oven be at moderate heat. Breadcrumbs for Frying.-Let them iicinj; allowed to take colour. By always be baked in the oven without following this rule flcli., meat, etc., coated with egg and crumbs will be much crispcr. / Parsley, to Fry.-Let" the pan of fat he quito boiling (fat, unlike water, is then quite still, and"- a blue vapour rises from it). Draw the pan to the sido of the stove beforo putting in tho parsley, as the latter would be spoilt if the fat is too hot. Parsley may bo dried or crisped in a slow oven, but lit is not such a nice accompaniment to fried fish, etc., as that...

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"THE WORLD AROUND." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

"TI-.E WORLD AROUND." It was stated during tho hearing oi a thoft charge at Croydon, that ft man Inmgiit a piccolo at a pawnbroker & to t'cpiaoo ono stolon from hisson. \Yhon ho readied home, thu son identified it as his own lost property. Damages amounting to £C0 were ob tained by a young, woman .numedi Lob- i onhoiin against a dentist at. fconokitcii, Prussia, wlio had deprived her oi: a .sound tootii instead oi an aoiuug one. Lecturing at iho Camera Club, Dr. Vaughan Cornish .said ho had measured waves during a storm in inid-Atlantic, . and found their height to-bo 40ft. and occasionally 45.. Tho average lv-wgth oJ a wave from ere st to erost was between | 000 and 700 feet. ] For kissing tho eioven-yi'ar-old j daughter of a Metropolitan polioo aer- | geaut agaiust her will, iiXiwaui Cooper, | aged (j3, was lined 10/, or seven days, « at K.iugiiton-ou- luauies. live g^i'l -s I mother followed tho man for three- | quarters of an hour until, meeting a : constable, sha gavo h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

Ppells Perfection In Liquor.' y It Is a Popular Tonio. APPLICATIONS POJi GOLD """ MINING LEASES. HINTS FOR APPLICANTS. Proceedings to bo observed wlion ftp plying for n l.oase :- , 1. Erect posts (these are not required to bo paintod) at leastthreoinchesHquaroo and noLlcsf, tlmn throe foot above ho ground, with a metal plate" having painted thereon tho words .' Applied tor Lease," Ihi> Onto of marking out, and tho name of il'.e applicant, or (it nmro tlian two) tho immoB ot tho first two applicants, and in Cain? whuro only a part of tho surface is equirod ihe Maine MJion 1 <1 lo marked out by pouts painted red, at least two foot boo liu surface. Those provisions beint; complied witli the land is seemed until tho Governor-ia coimcil grains or refused ilio application, and the applicant la required to do tho following things within ten days from tho date of marking out tho land, exclud ing Sundays, Good Friday, and Chris' man Day. (A) Insert, a notico of tho application ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE DAY OF JUDGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

THE DAY OF JUDGMENT. A liorso dealer in n nortliorn town hired a liors.' to n solicitor, who killed tlio liorso through bud usago, Tho dealer insisted upon payment, and tho lawyer refusing casli suid ho would | givo a bill for tho amount, but it must bo at a long 'late, The lawyer drew a promissory noto making it payable on the Day of Judg ment . An action was raised, and tlw lawyer nslced tho Sheriff "to look at tlio bill. Having dono so, the Sheriff replied: "Tho bill is perfectly good. As thir. is tho. day of judgment," I dooreo you to pay at once." .. Sho: "I hear Captain Domildsim'is married." "Ho-Heally ? I'm glad to hoar that-and yet I don't know why 1 should ho. Ho uover did mo «uy harm v ^?r ;^ ~ Tho heaviest storm ..experienced at I'x'jishur.st for many years occurred on Friday, but litilo rain folJ. During the storm Alexander Noil Ross, agai 2S yoaiv;, was struck dead by while crossing tho yard at his iathor's farm, threo miles from Penshurst. Deceased wnx gutting ready t...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL GOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

GENERAL GOUGH. Punch: Brigader-General Gougb, who obtained from the British Army Caancii the guarantee againse fighting the XJlsterians, is one of a fighting North of Ireland family. Tlie four Oougb boys beo*mo handsome, genial. bi(,h-9pirited me a, dare-devilish, but as good fighters as the Empire could wish. Two were killed in the South African War. ' One" was a biffhly priz-d cavalry officer, wit.b capacity to get bis men titronch any scrape that appeared on the horiz'Hi. The other lost bis rank as an officer as the result of a bet. He jumped through a win dow in Bond-street", creatins great consternation ia London's most fashion able thoroughfare, and in a petulant mood resigned his commission because such a fuss was made of this trival lit tle inoideuti in an Irishman's career. HP jciinod the ranks when the war broke out, and lost big life. Another (?oqgb now holds thr responsible copir mand in the English provinces, and Bocording to the''cables is thinkiDg of resigning out of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

'riEAENESw'^ BIcONCHITI^ilSE T,.v; Graadesi Remedy foi' COUGHS and COLDS A. done og Swc b> grtneriiHy-sufficient KEEP A -BOTTLE !N THE HOUSE SOUS by sJK CHEMISTS and STORES ":v^ For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. CONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE T>d DALGETY ?T°; khmet. WOOL. GRAIN, eg PRODUCE BROKE-h!&. STOOK AND STATION AOBNTS. FARMERS' CLIPS A SFE31ALIT? ?< ^ When desired clips are Reelaoeed by Experts at a total cost or iumi ponny per lb. All Produce carefully Valued by Experts prior to qjmj. Clients glvon choice of any Markot, SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS For Hie Sale of LAND, STORE and FAT STOCK, TALLOW, UKiMtfe HIDES, FURS, BUTTER and DAIRY PRODUCE v l Qulbell's Sheep Dip. Aniwrcj iron < KcmP'8 Patent Sheep Branding Llq^'-t AGENTS FOB ) Wormo,Speclf]co Sheep Drench. ' Nobel's Glasgow Explosives and Chllworth R<H;©afc»OMiK,aa.e) Offloe, 401-471 «&vi.

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ROAD TO KOSCIUSKO. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

ROAD TO KOSCIUSKO. Mr L, H. Sambell, C.E., recently returned from a week's inspection of the Upper Murray Valley to Tom Grogan and Kosciusko, Now South Wales, in conneqlion with proposed ropds there. Detailed information and "orieroi'd roadings wore taken through out, and Mr Sambell reports thab a well-graded road oin be constructed along the upper Murray (or Indi), bringing the foot of Kosciusko within 40 miles of the terminus at the Tal langatta-Corryong railway now in coarse of construction. This would enable tourists from Melbourne to reach the top of the mount in two days, travelling 30 miles of the Murray gorge, ab present) almost inaccessible. The iovel of the river ad Grogan from where the ascent to Kosciasko commences on the Victorian side-is nearly 2,000ft>, above sea level, sur rounded by Mounts Pinnabar, Qrsnu wale, Wheeler, Kosciusko, and The Pilot, all above enow-liue. Portion of the expenditure for the- opening up of Upper Murrny Valley would be pro vided locally, ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF SURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

OF SURAL INTERF*"* (By "Ruaticus.") It is good to have it on tho author ity of the .Superintendent of Exports that t hero lias hoon n groat expansion in tho export of produce. Mr. Crowe's figures show that tho total valuo of produce shipped for tho eight months of tho current financial year, from 1st .Inly to 28th February, was £5,088,738, compared ivfth £4,108,581 for tho same period of tho previous year. Tho m ..?ensc amounts to over 08 pur sent., and is accounted for chiefly by trade in meat and wheat. In dairy prod.ice thero was nn increase of £174,074, or nearly 13 per cent. Of this gain Hit ter accounts for £153,273, or 1]$ per cent, iu advance of the figures for the previous year. Tho trade in deed milk has nearly doubled, while business in cheeso, to quoto tho words of tho superintendent, has "multiplied am nt twelvefold." Poultry shows an nd vanco of over 50 per cent. With meat tho growth is phenomenal. The total value for this year readies £1,311,574, against £573,264 for ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambi'oBiuo.") Ouo of.tlio latest lint models takes tho form of a perfectly Hat plateau. This 13 first bent downwards, to envelop tho crown of tho bund, and is then allowed to'spring upwards, like an inverted llow'er-bnslce.t, while it proves inoro be coming to, a young and pretty face. Tho. model can, -how-over, hardly bo characterised as Hat as tho Dolly Var den or coolio plateau, which achieved such'popularity ;n their time. A plen tiful amount of trimming massed on tho crown gives a fictitious height, the surface being covered-with innumerable bows of silk or satir. >rihbUn, or with olumps of natural-looking flowers. An other Spring fashion which will make its appearance is that of tlia to quo entirely composed of (lowers. These charming hats, massed with roses or peonies, with crocuses, hyacinths, and wit]; pansies and anemones, have a love';*- ?' -pcarance, -villi the brifhnnt blueJtcIiitiJi-ranear. as a Retting. In the ease of n prettv toqno, which 1...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. To kill ;i lu.d odour nut dried orange pe»?l on a pieco of red-hot iron, or ou un old shovel heated red-hot, mid it will not only k$l the odour, hut leave a fragrant one instead. Whoa lace curtains are ready to b;' washed, basto a narrow &tvip of muslin along oaoli outer edge and let it remain unui ironed (or drying »roo?ss is coin plcU'd), and you will iind your curtain. aro straight and do not sag as usual. i ? n?5 cup of vinegar is put with th waltu* in which colored table cloths un washed, it will prevent tho colour from runuing. Iron when still damp ami they will look equal to new. . iMiuplo of tablespoons of borax in tho water required lor washing about live pairs f light colored hose -will re movo all traces of "leather" stain ihat they may Itavo on thorn. Ii' ono use-:- Chinos© lanterns for dec orative pni post's, put a few hilndf'd? of sand in tho bottom, around tho can dle. This will keep tho lanterns from swaying and also prevent their catching ti...

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SIMPLE DISHES FOR BAOHELOR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

SIMPLE DISHES FOE BAOHELO GIBLS. This week is given a number of dainty little recipes which will mako a ip-'cial appeal to tho bachelor girl, and will at tho same time bo fumia equally useful by our readers in general. Among them \till ha found dishes -viiich are suitable for breakfast or supper, and can bo prepared in a very .short time with tho minimum amount of trouble. Time is a very great con sideration, especially to tho bachelor girl who has a train to catoh in order to get to business. The facilities for preparing these dishes havo not boen overlooked, and no elaborato equipment is necessary-a gas-ring or an oil-stove being in most eases ail that is requir ed. Aluminium cooking utenbils are strongly recommended, as they are much inoro easily kept clean. It is surprising what appetising little meals can bo prepared at a small cost, and it is hoped that all girls who have to svudv economy, and who have hitherto been in tho habit of buying something for breakfast or supper from...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

OMEO TENNIS CLUB. On Saturday tho Omoo tennis court was visited by the members o( tho Bsnnmbra olub to try couolusions with the Otneo player*. Although no onn 'o piny up to his or her usunl form, POmn very pxcitine gimpa wern ploypd. Tho i>nd rpsultedin a win for Omeo by thrpn rubbers to o'iip. The ladips of tho OIHPO nlub provided nftnrnoon tea,to which nveryonn prpumjt did jnstico. Omeo will piny tht.jr rotnrn matoh on Easter Monday, wh-n a» many supporters an can bp got. >o gothor will bo Roint; to ohppr their players tip. Results:- ^ Men's doubles-Milno and Brumlpy (0.) boat West) and NichtiluB (B )-6.2, ,6,4; Liuri« and Burton (0.) h^.it Col leS6 and Dowliug (B )-6.1, 6 3. Lidios' doubles-Miss Tulloh and Mrs Burkitib (0) beat Miss Hiegina and Mies Matthews (B.)-6.3, 6.5, Mixed doubles-Miss Matthews and Mr 0. Collect) (B.) beat Miss Tulloh and Mr Brumley (O.)-6.4, 6 3.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CHILD'S TERRIBLE ECZEMA. LEGS BADLY AFFECTED ZAM.BUK HEALS EVERY SORE, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 April 1914

CHILD'S TISRRIBLE ECZEMA LEGS BADLY" "AFFECTEP ZAM-BUK HEALS EVERY SORE, Little George) Bowdon was badly crippled by ruuning eczema, and could only bo moved about on pillowp. HiB disease bufllcd the hospital dootora, mid ordinary remedies failcc1 to even, check the painful Bores. Ztm-Buk however, astonished the parents by working a apeotly pod remarkable oiird ' '' ' 1 ' ' ' Mrs E, Bowdeu, who livea ab G2 Prso §C,, 'Dirlinglpn^SydnB^, said ."for tjjrpe rppptha fpy sop fleorgp sufTered seyoroly froin apaipful optr break ot ecgoma on bia legs. The di; eeose crippled biui, and be had to bo moved about on pillowp. We bod the boy ab the hospital, but the dootora there could do nothing for him, and varjopa ptfw jjfP^tmopta thad w$ tried proved ijaite iatfj's&Uve, ^jeorjje Wftjj Iq torture day and niRh't>, for big Umbo were kept i|i a rodrrsw' state t|io yatery diap|)aree t|)ab ponaUutly oogei} froni the a£feot?d surlap^ ' * pie was >D a shocking condition when we started to ...

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