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2 SHE liUUitBt3l URB N + i NEWS PARiS KY TUESDAY JANUARY 2 1900
BUBONIC BUBONICPLAGTJE BUBONICPLAGTJESooral PLAGUE PLAGUESeveral
Several Oases Ott ses s of the Terrible Disease DiseaseHas DiseaseJIq DiseaseHs
Has Appeared sit t Honolulu Honoluluuhe Honoluluhe
uhe he STeTFB Creates Some Alarmthe AlarmAmeng Alarm AlarmAmeag
Ameag the California State Of Officials oro Ofdla1ii ¬
o ficials fi dla1ii 1a1 1 and City Officers Office of o1San ofSan ofSaR
San Franclaco FranclacoSan I 1rancI ranclsco ranclscoSan co coSaa
San Francieeo F1 Fra o Dec DeeThe M The news newsof newsof newsof
of the t e breekia breaking g otrt t of the t e plague in inHonolulu IDHoaolaJ inHOOhslu
Honolulu brongfel t bore by the tra trans transport trn6port i iport ¬
port Centennial has created some somealarm 801lleaIana somealarm
alarm among the state and city
health 0 oAesale and every precaution precautionU
a U being taken to prevent a possible possibleadmission pOBbleadm poesibleadmfaaioat
admission adm of tjbe 1i tie e disease dl eese into this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city The transports Centennial and andNewport aDdXewport andNewport
Newport which wl eh arrived Wednesday Wednesdaynight 11 Wednesdaynight ednesday ednesdaynight
night and the Tart Tartar r which arrived arrivedfrom arr arrivedfrom ed edfrom
from Manila J aaila Thursday are now at atthe atthe atthe
the quarantine station undergoing uader iD Inrnigatioat fu fumigation fumiptioa ¬
migation and will be detained det Ded at An Angel Angel Angel ¬
gel island for some time The steam steamer steamer steamer ¬
er Gaelic is due here Friday from the theOrient theOrieat theOrient
Orient via Honolulu aDd will be sent sentto sentto sentto
to quarantine q ae and held there until all allpossible aUpoible allpossible
possible danger h is over overNews ueerNews overNews
News from reliable sources from the theOrient theOriellt theOrient
Orient states st that the disease di ese is prevalent prev prevalent pr V Valent ¬
alent in China andJapan and Japaa to an unusu unusual unusual unusual ¬
al extent and that the officers at Ma Manila Manila Manila ¬
nila have taken iak precautions to prevent pre pre1vent preTt11t =
vent tke plague from getting etting a foot foothold footoJd foothold ¬
hold oJd there ere News from Bombay is isto istt isto
to tt the effect that the plague is ram rampant ramfMiJlt rampant ¬
pant in i India and In view of these theseconditions thesemnditic theseconditions
conditions mnditic > > tw the t e authorities in this city cityaud citya cityand
and a ud every port lam lamwill t on tic Pacific coast coastwill coaatill
will ill take strenuous precautions to toprevent tor topreveaet
prevent r veJIt the t e introduction of the bu bubonie bubollie bubonie
bonie plague on this coast coastSan coutoSuI coastSun
San Francisco Pralei co Dec 39 IMail Mail ad advices adee16 adtiees ¬
vices ee16 reeetwed reee ed late Thursday night nightfrom nightflo nightffosa
from flo Honolulu Bcoh give ve additional details detailsof detailsof detailsof
of the bubonic plague which has ap appeared aplNrM apl ¬
l peared eered there and indicate that the therondtttoBS theo theronmoas
< rondtttoBS o are not very alarming alarmingFive alarmingFiWe alarmingFive
Five deaths detlt s have occurred one native nativeand nativeaDd nativeand
and four 1 Chinese Cki > > eae No deaths have oc occurred occurr occarred ¬
curred curr since Deoemlter IS when the thedisease thedi thediaoae
disease di oMe first appeared appearedA
A k quarantine system for island ves vess4k veswas vessitYs
s4k was established e tabUs ed and a district districtpractically districtlNCtica11y districtpradlicLUy
practically coextensive ooe > teJul ve with China Chinatown Chinatowa Chinatowa ¬
towa was put in quarantine Volun Volunteer Volunleer Toluntear ¬
tear inspectors in pectors were called for and the thework thewC thework
wC work rk of cleaning the district was at atonce atoDee atonce
once begun The next clay the na natonal natond nat
tonal t onal was called out and has since sincctee
1 tee een doing ditty guarding rding the quar quarantine quarantie quarantiite ¬
antine district districtChinatown di districttchbtatowa trlct trlctChbIa1owa
Chinatown the seat of the trouble troublei
i now undergoing a thorough clean cleaning cleaning cleaning ¬
ing and it is believed that the th < scourge scourgelas scourgeIou scourgehas
las been stamped out It is thought thoughtthe thoughtt thoughtthe
the t h germs of the plague e were brought broughtrrom broughttrom broughttroin
trom rrom Kobe Japan on the Norwegian Norwegiansteamer Norwegiant Norwegiansteamer
t steamer ealDft Tfcyena which arrived at atHonolulu atDonolulu atIonolulu
Honolulu November 38 is with 700 OO Jap Japanese Jap31M5e Japanese ¬
anese emigrants emigrantsSan emI etnig < < nta ntaSan ta taSan
San Francisco Dee 30 JOThe The steam steamer steamr steamer ¬
er r Gaelic arrived Friday from the Ori Orient Orinit Orient ¬
ent DIe i Gnelic was sent S Dt to quaran quarantine quaranti quarantine ¬
tine ti ovdstg to the plague pague scare buther but buther buther
her cabin c passengers were allowed to toland toland toland
land A press correspondent at Hon Honolulu Honolulu Iionolulu ¬
olulu send ends the following under date dateIVcemberSS dateI dateDe
I De IVcemberSS IVcemberSSThere ember hfto 3There 3 3Tbele
There have ae been no new cases of ofplague ofplague ofplague
plague sinee ee last advices There havebeen have havebeen ha habeen
been several en sodden deaths and in ineach inh ineach
each h instance t taee rumor assigned a signed the theplagwe thePIa theplague
plague PIa e as the cause Investigation Investigationproved Investigationproc4 Investigationprovod
proved otherwise On the 19th the thequarantine thequanatbte thequmutiale
quarantine over Chinatown was lifted liftedaad liftedaD4I liftedand
and httsiBese eMK is now going on as usual usunlin usulin usualin
in that department deprtJD t There have been beenno beenDOcleat1w beenno
no DOcleat1w deaths by plague since the 12th 12thineL 12thiD 12thinst
ineL iD t Up to that time five victims victimswere victimswere victimswere
were reported The board of health healthnow bealthnw healthnary
now claims but two deaths were caus caused causM cansc ¬
ed c by the scourge scoargethe court the remaining cases casesbeing casesbehtg casesbebg
being doubtful or suspicious suspiciousThe suspiciouse suspiciousThe
The e council of state statewill will be asked to toappropriate toapprpriate toappropriate
appropriate 100000 with which to totMorry totMItITJ totrrg
tMorry ont the present pre < tCIlt plan of alter altering alteriDK alteriatg ¬
ing and improving Chinatown in con conforarfty confGrJllity conformity
forarfty with the sanitary programme programmef
ef f the board of health healthPUBLISHERS healthPUBLISHERS healthPUBLISHERS
PUBLISHERS WILL WILLLjrte WILLLate WILLLnte
Late Owner of the Youths Com Companion Comipanlon Cornpanion
panion Leaven an Estate of ofCa ofroOOOO ofP
P + 2 roOOOO roOOOOe oooo0Caarbridge
Ca Caarbridge T rSdge e Ma Maas L Dec 36 eThe The will willof willof willof
of the UeMe late Daniel Sharp Ford publish publisher ¬
er of tike a Yovths Companion filed for forprobate forJrob forprobate
probate Jrob e ia the t e Middlesex j4dlese county pro probate probate probate ¬
bate court Thursday disposes of an anrotate antftate anestate
rotate of about 2500000 508000 The willgives will willgives willxtTes
gives 77000 direct to public char charitable charitable charitable ¬
itable aad religions reli < < JotIS institutions most mostly m05ty mosty ¬
ly y in MauMachuaetts v ehueetts and provides an annuities annuities annuities ¬
nuities > foe or others othersThe othersThe othersThe
The will in also bequeaths 350000 to tothe tothe tothe 3
the Baptist Social Union subject to toronditiss toroDditi toeondltitta 3
ronditiss roDditi amo among g > them that it shall shallbecome shallbecome shallbecome
become a corporation within two tworears twoyears twoyears 3
years rears after the testators death This Thiss Thisum Thissum s
s sum > um is to be u used ed for the erection erectionof 1
of a building btdJdiB < < for the use of the union unionThe unionThe unionThe u
The entire Youths Companion plant plantwith plantwith plantwith
with certain real estate is left to the theexecutors theexeeuf4trs theexecutors B
executors to be administered for the thebenefit thehettefit thebeaeft 8
benefit of the t e Baptist Social Union UnionOf UnionOf UnionOf
Of the residue oaenrfxth CMle irlh goes to the theAmerican theAmtrlean theAmerican e
American Baptist Home Mission Un Union Union Union l ¬
ion and aadenbth eainth each to several oth other otlter other ¬
er New ew Batjlasd charities charitiesHxConsrreHHman charitiesBxOon charitiesExCongressman
HxConsrreHHman BxOon e Nman Griffin Dead DeadEau DeadEau DeadEau
Eau Claire W5s Dec SO JOExCon JOExConIeaael EsCon ExCongresaaaaa EsCongressBnwa l
gressBnwa Mieliael Ieaael Grifiln Gri ln head of the thestate thestate thestate e
state tax coMuaiasion on died suddenly suddenlyFriday suddenJyFriday suddenlyFriday y
Friday evening ePeu1J1 of apoplexy apope in his hisoffice hisoftke hisoffice s
office
New Skating Record RecordMiM UecordliDJt RecordMinaaespoBs
MinaaespoBs MiM q > oHs Minn Dec S8 IThe IThefastest The Thefastest Timefastest e
fastest sfeatateg1 ti si ka1ibt ag ever done in the world worldfor worldfor worldfor
for half a mile He and a quarter mile milestraigbt milestraight milestraight e
straight away was accomplished accomplishedThursday aecomplishedThunJda accomplishedThursday
Thursday ThunJda oa Lake Minnetonka 1t nnetonka near nearthis neartkiB nearthis r
this city Boreal Baptie of Bathgate BathgateK
K D Doy lowered tie quartermile rec record reeord record > ¬
ord of 3114 seconds made by John JohnS JohnS JohnS tt
S Johnson to 2S13 28 S 18 seconds After a arest ar arest
rest r t of 39 minutes D DUte Baptio started for fortbf fortbp forflue r
flue halfmile blfn Je record of Joe Donahue Donahueof Donahueof Donahueof J
of New York and Olaf Budd of Min Minn 11inDHLp Minlowered L
n DHLp ft7vtpolis polls jfs and fakedo lowered it from 105 10525 10525tD 25 25to 2
to o 10025 100 23 5 The Th records are official
ItIL FILIPINO PINOSTRONGHOLD STRONGHOLD TAKEN TAKENGen TAKEN TAKENGell TAKENGen
Gen Oats Oli Report an Important En Ensagrement EngagementSupplles EngagementSupplies
sagrement gagementSupplles Supplies Captured and and3Iai and3InllT andMany
3Iai Many y Insurgents Killed KilledWashington KillcdWashington KilledWashington
Washington Dec 30 BOThe The adjutant adjutantgeneral adjutan1general adjutantgeneral
general received a n message from Gen GenOtis GenOUa GenOtis
Otis telling of the capture of a amountain 8J1tCKIntafn amountain
mountain stronghold beyond Mon Montalban Mon1t1 Montauban
talban 1t1 bn northeast of San Mateo rateo for formerly frn i imCrl ¬
n merly mCrl erly suposed to be impregnable impregnableund
und the capture of many prisoners prisonersaid prisonersaLd prisonersaid
aid a large lar quantity of arms and am ammunition ammunition ammunition ¬
munition The dispatch is as fol follows followz follows ¬
lows lowzUanDa
lowsManila
Manila Dec 90 BOCol Col Lockett LockettKith Tlockettit1i LockettItlt
Kith it1i regiment r ment two battalions 48th 411thCol 48thCol 40thCol
Col Schuyler one 45th Col Dorst Dorstsad Dorstand Dorstand
and company S7th infantry two twoguns twoguns twoguns
guns Capt Vandusen attacked the theenemy theenemy theenemy
enemy 600 strong on n mountain mountainstronghold mountaintrtroDghold mountainrfronghold
stronghold beyond Montalban north northeast northeast northcast ¬
east San Mateo Large number killed killedmid kiUedaDd killedand
mid wounded 24 taken prisoners prisonersLockett prisonerslockett prisonersLockett
Lockett captured one cannon 40 40rifles 40ri1l 40rifles
rifles ri1l 20000 rounds ammunition 500 500pounds 500pounds 500pounds
pounds powder arsenal fortifications fortificationsfill
fill 11 food supplies and considerable other oth other othtr ¬
er property This captured point lo located 10catted located ¬
cated on mountain trail and former formerly formerly formerly ¬
ly supposed suppo ed to be impregnable Our Ourcnsualties Oursualties Ourcasualties
casualties sualties Lieut Enslow 11th caval cavalry CAnland cavalry ¬
ry and five enlisted men wounded woundedcostly woundedlD08tly woundedmostly
costly slightly s1i htly Private Matson Mat < Jon 45th 45thinfantry 45thinfantry 45thInfantry
infantry drowned drownedFirst drownedFirst drownedFirst
First Lieut Edward H Taylor 12th 12thinfantry 12thinfantry 12thinfantry
infantry was run over over by a 8 train traincrossing trainero traincrossing
ero crossing sing the Agno river near Bautista Bautistaon Bautistm
on m the 30th instant and died in a few fewlours fewlOurs fewhours
hours lours
OTIS OTISManila OTIS7t OTIS7ttIanila OTISManila
Manila Dec 30 301010 1010 p m mThe mTheimmr mTheinsurgents The Theinsurgents
insurgents immr ents who evacuted the coast coasttowns coasttowns coasttowns
towns between Dagupan and Vigan Viganiieeing VignnlIeeing Vigantieeing
iieeing to the mountains before the theadvancing theIldnncing theadvancing
advancing Americans are returning in insmall insmall
small bands to the towns the Amer Americans AmerI ¬
icans I sns do not occupy terrorizing the thenatives thenatives
natives and Chinamen wK5 w1 showed showedfriendship showedfricndship showedfriendship
friendship for the Americans The Thenatives Thenatives Thenatives
natives and Chinamen are seeking the theurotection th thJrotection theuroteetion
urotection of the American garrisons garrisonsCol garrIsonsCol garrisonsCol
Col Wessons cavalry which is isscouting isscouting isscouting
scouting in the vicinity of Trinidad Trinidadfound Trinidadiound Trinidadfound
found evidence of Filipino soldiers soldiersbeing soldiersbeing soldiersbeing
being in that vicnity but it was im impossible impossible impossible ¬
possible to bring about an engage engagement engagerlcnt engagemcnt ¬
mcntThe ment mentThe
The recent increase in the garrison garrisonof
of Namacpacan against a threatened threatenedrebel threatenedrebel threatenedrebel
rebel attack on Christmas day avert averted averted averted ¬
ed trouble troubleCol troubleCol troubleCol
Col Luther R Hare of the 33d infantry in infantry infantry ¬
fantry who has been following a par party party party ¬
ty of American prisoners lost track trackfor traclfor trackfor
for three days about December 20 20on 20on 20on
on such signs and evidences of their theiraseage theirHtS6ltge theirpassage
passage that they customarily left be behind behind behind
hind them It is thought the prison prisoners ¬
ers were separated and conveyed to toremote toremote toremote
remote parts of the mountains thus thugincreasing thusincreasing thusincreasing
increasing the difficulties of Gen GenYoungs Geny GenYoungs
Youngs y oun s troops to effect a a rescue rescueGen rescueGen rescueGen
Gen Wheeler who ho was recently recentlv in inManila inUanUa inManila
Manila requesting an appointment appointmentsouth appoint appointmentsouth ent entsouth
south in the line of tie tJ1eexp exported espe4tpdcani espe4tpdcanipttgn t d cam campaSgn c n1 n1pnign
paSgn is BOW at PanqueEDUCATIONAL Panique F FEDUCATIONAL f fEDUCATIONAL
EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION CONVENTION7tliny CONVENTION11a CONVENTIONUiny
7tliny 11a Interesting Interestln Addresses Addre ses WereNade Were Wereadc Vero Verolnde
lnde adc and Officers OfficersElected OIDcer3Elected OfficersElected
Elected ElectedMemphis Electedremphis ElectedIlfemphis
Memphis Tenn Dec 30 The TheSouthern T1ieSouthern TheSouthern
Southern Educational association con concluded concluded coneluded ¬
cluded its labors Friday and the most mostsuccessful mostsuccerul mostsuccessful
successful convention hi its history is isended isended isended
ended At the mornings session HonJohn Hon HonJohn HonJohn
John W V Abercrombie superintendent superintendentof
of public instruction of Alabama de delivered delivered delivered ¬
livered an eloquent address on Edu Education EduCAtion Education ¬
cation in the old and in the new newsouth newsouth newsouth
south southDr southDr southDr
Dr J J H Kirkland Vanderbilt uni university university university ¬
versity Nashville Dr E A Alder Alderman Alderman Alderman ¬
man president University of North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina S G Gilbreath University Universityof
of Nashville were among the other otherspeakers otherspeakers otherspeakers
speakers Miss Patty Hill of Louis Louisville Louis Louisville J1ouisrilh ¬
ville Ky K was elected president of thekindergarten the thekindergarten thekindergarten
kindergarten department departmentOfficers departmentOfficers departmentOfficers
Officers were elected for the ensuing ensuingyear ensuingear ensuingyear
year ear as follows President Dr IL R B BFulton BFulton BFulton
Fulton University of Mississippi Mississippivice
vice president Dr Junius Jordan JordanUniversity JordanUn JordanUniversity
University Un ersity of Arkansas secretary P PP PP PP
P Claxton Greensboro N C treas treasurer treasurer treasurer ¬
urer John D Yerby Mobile Ala AlaADAMS AlaADAMS AlaADAMS
ADAMS ON THE STAND STANDIrirKident STANDar STAND1rrrldent
ar IrirKident Jdent of the Knickerbocker KnickerbockerClub KnickerbockerClub KnickerbockerClub
Club Testifies Ag Again AgainMolincnz ACl1lnIollncux > tin tinMolineur
Molincnz MolincnzNew MolineurNew IollncuxNew
New York Dec 30 = In the Molieux Moli Moliaeux oli olieu
aeux eu eux poisoning case Friday John D DAdams Dt Dtdams
Adams t dllmf1 of the Knickerbocker Athletic Athleticrfub AthleticJub Athletict
rfub t ib was vas the chief witness He said saidhe saidhe
he was not a handwriting expert but butUsat butthat
that he was familiar with the hand handvTiting handTiting
hand
vTiting of Molineux and that when whenUle whenthe
the case first appeared in the newspa newspapers newspapers
pers ers lIe was struck with the resem res resemlance em emlance
lance between Molineuxs writing and andUle andthe
the address of the poison package packageHe
He collected a number of specimens of 01the ofhe
the defendants writings from the rec records records
ords of the club and turned them themover themer themever
over er to the prosecution He said that thatbe thattee
lie was vas sure that the poison package packagewas
was addressed by Molineux MolineuxExCongrresanmn MoHneuxExConsrcslman MolineuxExCongressman
ExCongrresanmn Howard in inthe tIle Race RaceBirmingham RaceBirmingham RaceBirmingham
Birmingham AIaDec Ala Dec 30 30ExCon 30ExCongreSfiman 30ExConesaman ExCon ExCongressman ¬
gressman esaman M I W Howard was in inairmingham in3irmingham
Birmingham Friday conferring with withpopulist withpopulist
populist leaders with reference to toentering toentering
entering the race for United States Statesftnator Statessenator
senator It is understood Howard Howardwill Howardill Howardwill
will ill make the race raceIndebtedness raceIndebtedness raceIndebtedness
Indebtedness to Country Banks BanJaNew BanksNew
New York Dec 30 3OHarper 3OHarperBrothers 30HarperBrothers Harper HarperBrothers
Brothers indebtedness to country countrybanks countrybanks
banks it was said Friday by Thomes Thomesfamiliar ThomesfamilIar Thomesfamiliar
familiar with the reorganization af 3offairs affairs
fairs of the company would amount amountto
to 1700000 and negotiations are un unfler under
I der way for the organization of a pro protective
Itective tective committee representing the thebanks
banks holding the paper of the firm firmSfany
Many of the banks purchased the pa paper paper
per on Harper Brothers without withoutinvestigation ithoutinvestigation
investigation and it follows now that thatthey hat nt ntj
j they have a number of nurse nursecalms IlsectOi IlsectOiafmg
calms afmg
II v vIMPORTANT
IMPORTANT STEP STEPGen TEP TEPGen
Gen Buller it is Said Saidy Will Benew His HisAttempt HisAttempt HisAttempt
Attempt to Relieve Ladysmith LadysmithBoers L LadysmithBoers dysmitb dysmitbDoers
Boers Still Keep Their Guns in the tlieVicinity theIcilllt theVicinity
Vicinity Icilllt of Kimberley Kinlberlc aid Are AreAble AreAble AreAble
Able to Summon Reinforce Reinforcements RclnCorccI Reinforcemcats ¬
ments Rapidly RapidlyLondon Ila RapidlyLondon ldl ldlLondon
I
London Dec 30 SOThe The latest special specialdispatches specialdispatches specialdispatches
dispatches from Chievely Ot Qttmp np hint hintdarkly hintdarkly hintdarkly
darkly at some important movement movementas
as imminent This is interpreted with withsome withsome ith ithsome
some misgivings to men that Gen GenBuller GenBuUer GenBuller
Buller contemplates a renewal of his hisattempt hisattempt hisattempt
attempt to relieve Ladysmith LadysmithIt
It is reported by the same dis dispatches disIttttches disinitches ¬
patches that the Boers have not re retired retired retired ¬
tired to the north bank of the th Tugela Tugelariver Tugelarher Tugelariper
river being afraid that the swollen swollenstream swollensteam swollenstream
stream may bar their retreat They Theyare Theyaoe Theyare
are also als < moving their laagers nearer nearerLadysmith nearerLa nearerLadysmith
Ladysmith La dsmith probably with the inten intention intentjon intention ¬
tion of putting further pressure on onthe onthE onLhe
the garrison which now seems to be besuffering bestlffering besuffering
suffering pretty heavily from bom bombardment bombardment bombardment ¬
bardment It is difficult however howeverto
to conceive that Gen Buller would wouldmake wouldIIJD wouldquake
make IIJD ke another frontal attack especially espe especially especiaJJy ¬
cially now that the river is rising risingand rising9d risinghid
and 9d an additional indication that this thisJs thisJs thisIs
Js not his purpose is the fact that he hebns he1J heIris
Iris 1J s removed his headquarters back backto bacFto backto
to Frere The Boer movement north northvvrrd northo northsrd
vvrrd o < rd from the Tugela is quite in inkeeping inJ inkeeping
keeping J cping with the enemys usual plan planof planof planof
of securing a safe line of retreat It Itis ItiH Itis
is kown that further artillery is due clueto dueo dueto
to o arrive for Gen Bulter Bull r but the theoelief tIlebeHtI therelief
relief here is that his foves fo e e een eenTen cn cnthen 1mten
ten will he too weak He muy huv huveer lwwe huwes
eer e es er rl be animated by a desire to iii iiicomplish ac accomplish 1 1compliRh ¬
complish somathing som thing before the ar Ir
I REMINDERS I
The British Lion LionYek Yea I think I shall hall remember the Boers for a time
rival of Lord Roberts and to satisfy satisfythe satisf satisfthe satisfythe
the keenness of his men to retrieve retrievetheir = etricvctbtir t1jevc t1jevctl1dr
their defeat defeatThe ddeatThe defeatThe
The reported engagement with Kaf Kaffirs Kaffirs Hatfirs ¬
firs is very vague and can not be ex explained explnined explained ¬
plained pending the arrival of later laterdispatches laterdispatches laterdispatches
dispatches The Earl of Mount Edg Edgcumbe Edgcumbe Edecumbe
cumbe brotherinlaw of Lord Lans Lansdowne Lansdowne Lansdowne
downe says the war office would wouldcountenance wouldcountenance wouldcountenance
countenance a scheme to enroll volun volunteers volunteers volunteers ¬
teers in a sort of preparatory stage stagein stagein stagein
in order to learn drills and the like likeThe likerhe likeThe
The Rothchilds have donated g 2000 2000to 2000to 2000to
to the Buckinghamshire volunteer volunteerfund volunteerfund volunteerfund
fund It is estimated that 200000 E200000will 200000will 200000will
will be contributed privately to volun volunteer volunteer volunteer ¬
teer funds throughout the country countryAlready countryAlrendy countryAlready
Already the fund for the relief of o the thefamilies thefamilies thefamilies
families of soldiers exceeds E 500000 500000Kimberley 500000Kimberley 500000Kimberley
Kimberley Friday Dec 22 via viaModder viarodder viaHodder
Modder River Wednesday Dec 27 27Before 27Before 27Before
Before dawn today a detachment detachmentof
of the mounted forces with artillery artilleryand artilleryand artilleryand
and light infantry moved out in a awesterly avesterly awesterly
westerly direction Boer artillery artilleryfrom artilleryfrom artilleryfrom
from Kamperdam opened fire e at Ot Ottos Ottos Ottos ¬
tos kopje Kimberley fort replying replyingwith replyingwith
with ith 20 shells shellsThe shellsThe shellsThe
The British force reconnoitered reconnoiteredoutposts reconnoiteredoutposts reconnoiteredoutposts
outposts along Lazaretto ridge the theBoer theBoer theBoer
Boer patrols retreating retreatingHaving retreatingHaving retreatingHaving
Having accomplished this and having hav having having ¬
ing discovered Boer reinforcements reinforcementsapproaching reinforcementsapproaching reinforcementsapproaching
approaching from Wimbledon ridge ridgeCol ridgeCol ridgeCol
Col Chamier with the Royal artil artillery artillery ¬
lery exchanged a dozen shells as assoon assoon assoon
soon as the guns could be limbered limberedup limberedup limberedup
up Some 500 Boers poured in a aheavy aheavy aheavy
heavy fire from their earthworks earthworksthe earthworksthe earthworksthe
the British finally retiring with ith the theloss theloss theloss
loss of one horse horseThe horseThe horseThe
The movement showed that the theBoers theDoers theDoers
Doers were still keeping their
guns gunsin gunsin gunsin
in the vicinity of Kimberley and are areable arelble areable
able to summon reinforcements rap ¬
idly It also showed their proneness pronenessto
to vacate a position immediately immediatelywhen immediatelywhen
when Ylen weaker than the opposing opposingrtlrce I
force forceThe rtlrce rtlrceThe r irce irceThe
The number of members of the thehouse thehouse I
house of commons who have volun volunteered volunteered ¬
teered for the front threaten serious seriously seriousto seriously ¬
ly to reduce the governments major majority majority majority
ity when parliament reassembles reassemblesLondon rensseII reassemblesLondon bles
I
London Dec 30
aODuring During the con continned
I tinued lull in the military operations operationsin
in an South Africa the papers are filledt filled filled1with filledI
I with letters and articles criticizing filledg g t
the government and the campaign calI1paignand campaignand
and suggesting remedies improve Jinprovemeats improvetnents nprove nproveI
meats and alterations in m te e plans plansand phtnsan
I
and an d the like j I
It is BOW estj estimated ated that the war warwill warwill i
will cost 60000000 600001000 60OOO O 300000000 and andit nndit andit
it is suggested that the sinking fund fundof fundof fundof
of the national nationaldebt debt should be sus suspended suspEIDded suspended ¬
pended for five pr r six years in order orderto orderto rder rderto
to defray the cost costCape coast cqstCape coastGape
Cape Town Thursday Dec 30 soA soAli 30Adispatch A Adispatch
dispatch li patch from Cradock 1radock adock reports heavy heavyfiring heavyfiring heavyfaring
firing in the di direction croon of Stormberg StormbergIt
It is supposed this is is connected with withGen withCen vithG
Gen G n GatacreV difction attempt to reopen reopencommunication reopencommunication reopencommunication
communication with the Indwe col colleries colleries collen
leries leriesLondon len ies iesLondon I ILondon
London Dec > 30 30The The war office officehas officehas officeltas
has received a dispatch r < saying that thatthe thn thntbe thatthe
the Indwe collidry line is now workfug work working workI ¬
I I fug mg again againLondon agaun agaunf againLondon
London Dec 30 SODispatches Dispatches from fromall fr fromall m mU
f all U parts of So 4th th Africa emphasize emphasizethe
the great entlAisiasm entliusiasm among the thetroops thetroops thetroops
troops and publfc occasioned by the theapppointment theI theapppointment
apppointment of o Gens Roberts and andKitchener andIGt andKitchener
I Kitchener KitchenerA IGt chen er erA
A dispatch from Ladjsmith says saysThe SfLrSlhe saysThe
The Boers have mounted another anotherhowitzer anotheihowitzer anotherhowitzer
howitzer on Surprise hill replacing replacingthe replacingtIle replacingthe
the gun captured in the sortie of the theriile therille therifle
rifle brigade While they watch us usnightly usnightly usnightly
nightly with a searchlight and bom bombard bombnrd bombard ¬
bard the place daily they show no nosigns nosigns nosigns
signs of assaulting the town They Theyprobably Thcyprobably Theyprobably
probably think they can starve us out outbut outbut outbut
but we have plenty of provisions provisionsThe provisionsThe provisionsThe
The total casualties since the thesiege thesicge thesiege
siege began are 70men killed and 236 238wounded 236wounded 236wounded
wounded woundedGen woundedGen woundedGen
Gen Cronj Cron reports from the Mod Modder Modder Modder ¬
der river December 24 that the Boers Boerscaptured Bocrscaptured Boerscaptured
captured two British forts at Kuru Kuruman Kuruman Kuruman
man December De ember 17 17According 17According 17According
According to a dispatch from Lady Ladysmith La Ladysmith y ysmitlJ
smith dated Wednesday Wednesda December
20 the heat then was intense being being a
104 degrees Fahrenheit in the shade shadeThere shadeThere shadeThere
There were many cases of enteric f fe fever fever e ever
ver in the town t wn at that time but not notenough
I I enough to cause alarm On the oth ¬
er hand reports from Boer sources sourceson sourceson ourceson
on the continent assert that typhoid typhoidfever typhoidi typhoidfever
fever i ver is epidemic in Ladysmith LadysmithThe LadysmithThe LadysmithThe
The Transvaal government accord according accordiDg accordfug ¬
fug to information supplied by Boer Boersympathizers Boersympathizers Boersympathizers
sympathizers threatens to reduce reducethe reducethe reducethe
the rations of British prisoners if ifGreat ifGreat ifGreat
Great Britain stops the entry of food foodby foodby foodby
by Delagoa bay bayGERMAN bayGERMAN bayGERMAN
GERMAN STEAMER AGROUND AGROUNDShe
She Struck About n Quarter of a aMile IIMile aMile
Mile Off 0 < < Dnnerencan DungencssIn In a aBad aBad aBad
Bad Condition ConditionLondon ConditionLondon ConditionLondon
London Dec 30 30A A large l rge German Germanmail Germanmail Germanmail
mail steamer whose name has not not3ret notret notyet
ret been ascertained has goneaground gone goneaground goneaground
aground during a terrific gale in the theEast thenst theEast
East nst bay about a quarter of a mile mileoff mileoff mileoff
off Dungeness the southern extrem extreruity extremity extremitJP ¬
ity of Kent Heavy Hea p seas are breaking breaking break breaking ¬
ing over the vessel and the life boats boatsore boatsnre boatssre
ore unable to reach her Fears are areentertained areent areentertained
entertained ent rtaine for fpr the safety of the pas passengers passengers passengers ¬
sengers sengersThe sengersThe sengersThe
The signals gIials of distress were ob observed ot otsercd observed ¬
served from the Sandhead lighthouse lighthouseLondon lighthouseLondon lighthouseLondon
London Dec 30 BOIt It was learned learnedSaturday learnedSaturday learnedSaturday
Saturday morning that the steamer steameragrdund steameragr steameraground
aground agr und near Dungeness is the Pelo Pelotas Pelotas
tas of the HamburgSouth American Americanline Americanline Americanline
line She was bound from Santos toRotterdam to toRotterdam toRotterdam
Rotterdam RotterdamPlaces RotterdamPlaces
Places for Instructing Supervisors SupervisorsWashington Supe SupervisorsWashington l ors orsVashington
Washington Dec 30 30The The census censusbureau censusbureau censusbureau
bureau has announced the following followingplaces followingpJaces followingplaces
places and dates where supervisors in invarious invarious invarious
various sections will assemble for in instructions instructions instructions ¬
structions in taking the census of
1900Charlotte 1900 1900Charlotte 1900Charlotte
Charlotte S C Co January 4 1000 1000Atlanta 1 1000Atlanta OOj OOjAtlanta
Atlanta January 5 New Orleans OrleansJanuary OrleansInnuary OrleansJanuary
January 8 Houston Tex January 5 5Memphis 5Memphis
Memphis January 11 and Cincinnati CincinnatiJanuary CincinnatiJanuary CincinnatiJanuary
January 12 12Assistant 12Assistant 12Assistant
Assistant Director Wines has ben benordered beenordered en
ordered toiJfve to lctve ive the instructions instructionsGuns instructionaGuns instructionsGuns
Guns for Cape Town TornLondon TownLondon TownLondon
London Dec 30 30lhe The Daily Mail Mailasserts 1Iailasserts Mailasserts
asserts that several guns have been beenremoved beenr beenrefnovea
removed r Inoved from the forts at Plymouth Plymouthby Plymouthby Plymouthby
by night and that these will be sent seatto sentto sentto
to Cape Town TownA TownA TownA
A dispatch from Calcutta says al alnost 301nost alnost
nost 3000000 persons are receiving
famine relief The government g vernment is isspending isspending isspending
spending nearly two la lakhs dos of rupees rupeesdaily rupeesdaily
daily
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BY WRIGHT A PATTERSON PATTERSONr0 P 1TTER ON OND
r0 0 YOU reAlize gentlemen said saidL Eai EaiSmith saidSmith
L D Smith as the members of tIM tIMpeekog Kab lfahpeekog Kabpeekog
peekog dub gathered pt ered around the eveaiag eveaiagfire evening eveningfire amg amgfire
fire that this is to be our last evening eveJU to together toI toether ¬
gether ether in these the e woods for at least I east a year yearTomorrow yearTomorrow searTo
Tomorrow To niorrowour our vacation in the Musfeoka Musfeokadistrict lakedistrict lake lakediltrid
district ends and by tomorrow evening evs DC if ifnothing i inohi ifnothing
nothing nohi unlocked for happens we will wi > > bare barenailed bannailed havenailed
nailed up the d door or of the clubhouse reeled reefedour reelediB reeledin
iB our lines for the th last time this year Sr stored storedour storedour storedour
our heats and aD th the Right J 8IIt train oit the Grand GrandTrunk GraDdTrunk GrandTrunk
Trunk will be carrying us swiftly back to tothe tothe tothe
the states and nd to our various vocations vocationsWithout voea voeatieasWithout Oll6 Oll6Vithout
Without going piD into particulars or men mentioning BIIPltioniD nntioninj ¬
tioning tioniD names it has seemed to me that t at taw tawwould tlailwotdd tbi tbiwould
would be an excellent time to confess eoate oar Mrprevarications oarprenricatios oarprevarications
prevarications ao that we wel may quit quittiful tJ thin a beau beautiful u utiful
tiful spot with a clear conscience cossvenee 1 would WGHtdsugnt wouldsuggest WouMsuggest
suggestTo suggest suggestTo sugntTo
To what do you ref refer r B3lr 1 er 6 SI Snr Snrasked SmtJtraeked hr hrasked
asked the Pastor PastorTo PutorTo PastorTo
To put it in i plain plai BiagMr II I s sara Siatt Su Suthank S > tith
1 1 think we we Mav kart all lied mot afore oft or Bias sad nadtihat as aswut sadwhat
what wut now no would be a good time to t tD tDtruth tt we wetruth the thetruth
truth truthI
1 presaint r p r wni m that you reaJiae tint there therer thereare ere ereare
7 of e all aMBrother allBrthel ll llBrother
are ex exceptuNic ltaOllt LO that sttelHJl
Brother Smith uth said the Pastor J tCH NowI Now
1
1 made n ne exception and intended intendednone iatn iatesdainose e enODe
none said ld Smith Ith As for fOClftJH1f or myself 1 lam here hereto lIe hereto e eto
to state now DO that i have hay lied bed as asas big bigas bigas
as 1 knew how and suit make alt it a He that thatmight tJlatmilbt thatmight
might believed and and I saw goose 1tftI5 you fellows fellowsswallowed felk felkW fellowsswallowed
swallowed W lJlwed it without much question
1 have not RoLbelitYecI believed 1 a single sui thing y1have yaw yawhave MI MIbae
have said nboul fish since lICe you have been beenhere Meaner beenhere
here ner said icl the Iaslor IaslorNor l Ia4orNor r rNur
Nor 1 echoed ee ih she others othersThe otltersu1h othersThe
u1h The biggest b est lie I that t 1 have told since I Ihave Ih1e Ihave
have been her here was that one about the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of baas ba Yorker and an 1 eaxgfct i iHenley iD iDHealey inlieaky
Henley lake We Ve w were re n trying tryt to outdo the thePastor tIMPastur thePastor
Pastor and did w M > far as tk tM lie was con eeacerned concertied COltcerl
certied cerl d and if he h did d not believe ke our story storyit storyit storyit
it was OaK because b < < tCae his own was nol true What Whatwe Vhetwe V tt ttW
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I shall have to refer this t s matter to the thecongregation thecongrf1Khon thecongregation
congregation when wn w Wt s reach home Brother BrotherSmith BrotHrSmatJt BrotherSmith
Smith put ut in the Iastor 1 1storI tStor tStorJ
1 would advN advise > e you OU net to repliedSmith replied repliedSutith repHedSmith
Smith but as a 1 was p gr0g ug ng to say y what whatwe whatwe whatwe
we did catch that day wa v > all 11 in i the io e boat boatwhen boatwhen boatwhen
when we returned and as It several eral members membersof
of this dub counted eountt them it will wJlIIHJt not be dis disputed disputed disputed ¬
puted when I My there Liter were wlr 1 138 bass b bua lS i of ofover ofoer ofover
over the legal J I length lengthIt wn wnIt
It was only onlv la for J counted them to together together together ¬
gether with IIn4cy Ii wy I Bell Jill said Tic TicWhfcl Tics TiceVM Tics1Vhat
Whfcl VM is the lit matter of ten baas more or orlcs orJCSH orless
lcs less anyway replied thtd Smith mith But tere teregentlemen Here Heregentlemen ere ereget
gentlemen get men in my confesaton tnf M 138 bass in instead iuIllOtl insteed ¬
stead = of the five or MX m < hundred that 1 told toldabout toldabout oId oIddunsl
about and I believe btal ve that every one will feelbetter feel feetbutter feelbutter
butter if they follow my example exampleI
I believe that the advice Smith gives us 116is usis usis
is Rood said Yorker and I realize aize now as asI asI asI
I never did before fore the enormity of the bVl bVltold IieI IieIleld lie I Itold
told in in reference refe M to the muskellunge ftua 1 caught eaug caughtin t I Iill
in Crane lake lakeYou lakeYou
You dont need In make ntakeaaYJcoJ any aayfcoafeoaon aayfcoafeoaonof confession confessionof eN on onof
of that said the Pastor for everybody everybodyknew enrybodykIWw everybodyknew
knew that it was a lie when you YOU told it itIt it1 itYIt
It I t seems 1I1S to me that I remember reMe r distinctly distinct distinctly di Wtet Wtetly ¬ I
ly of your going to Crane lake to tusk sh fer fernmskellunge fernt formuskellunge
muskellunge nt akel1unge on th the strength I of that story storyreplied storyreplied I
replied Yorker Y orkr and 41 it was not at lIeS bad as asyour asyour I Iur
your ur Crown island bass story at that 01tl thatr
tl 2 r ytweifty is nit IK qua n aUaa Ma wi i the theNo thepr thepry
pry pr tiiHrl aline rs theit 1iftt the 1 1Ne feeler feelerNo
No Ne we wit hear r from rr you later earn earnYorker said stiilYorker saidYorker
Yorker provided of course fOalH your con ensscience conscience eoBenc ¬
science enc K not too elastic But to return to tomy iomy tomy
my Crane lake story I simply wish w to saythat say saythat fiYtbat
that I did catch a muskellunge mMk lluop and that thatdid it itdid isdid
did upset u t our boat but that was dne to oar oarawkwardness Gurawkwardness ourawkwardness
awkwardness rather than the size of thelaih the thefish thefi
fish fi for when we got ot it on shore which we wefinally wefinally wefinally
finally did it only weighed 42 pounds poundsYou poudsY poundsYou
You Y CtU told me the truth of that Crane Cranelake CraDeJake Cranelake
lake story the day we were at Healy lake laketogether Jaketogethlr laketogether
together said Smith and you OO said it only onlyweighed onlyveighed onlyweighed
weighed 37 pounds poundsWhat pouudsWhat pounds1Vhat
What is a matter of five pounds more or orloss orJoss orloss
loss in the size of a 1 muskellunge r said id York Yorker ¬
er and Hill Reeves nudged Husky Bill when whenSmith whenSmith en enSmith
Smith did not reply replyI
I have told so many different tales re regarding regnn1in regarding ¬
garding the size Ize and weight of fish that I Ihave Ihtie Ihave
have caught in these Ontario lakes and andrivers aDdrivers andrivers
rivers said Tice that I hardly knoW knewwhere knoWwhere knowwhere
where to begin my confession confessionWhy confessionhy confessionWhy
Why hy not straighten stra hten out the Moon river riverstory riverstory riverstory
story of 38 muskellunge 79 boss and 120 120trout 120trout 120trout
trout ID teu hours asked a kcd Husky Bill BillThat BiDThal BillThat
That might m ht be a good place to begin at atas atas atas
as that story tury was exaggerated somewhat somewhatThe emewhatThe somewhatThe
The truth is that 1 only caught 35 muskellunge muskel muskellunge muskellunge
lunge GO bass ba and no trout at all for I Idid Ilid Idid
did not fi fish h for them th m There are any number num number number ¬
ber of trout in that stream and its tribu tributaries tributarie tributanes ¬
taries however oweer and I 1 do not doubt that it itwould itwould itwould
would be e quite possible for a man to catch catchas
as a many maD fish as I said I had caught in the theMoon t theMoon e eMoon
Moon river in the length of time I claimed claimedto
to have h 1oe fished f hed IB reality I only fished nine ninehours ninehours ninehours
hours and ant threequarters As for the other otherstories otlherstori otherstories
stories stori J have told about fishing in Kah Kahpee Kahpee Kahpee
pee Kog and the surrounding urrouDdiD lakes I can caacover eanCOVer cancover
cover all of them with the single statement statementthat statementthat statementthat
that 1 never caught CBU ht more than 110 bass bassiii bassin bassin
in any one day in any shy of these lakes but butthat butthat butthat
that I imagine is better than any of therest the therest therest
rest of you ever did if the whole hole truth was wasknown wasknon wasknown
known knownGentlemen knonGenU knownGentlemen
Gentlemen GenU men began the Pastor when whenBrother whenBrother whenBrother
Brother Smith D1ith started this little experience experiencemeeting experieRcemeeliag experiencemeeting
meeting 1 did not realise the good that it itwas itwas itwas
was to accomplish acco pliM In fact I was afraid it itwould itwould itwould
would result rt 1t t in more harm than good and andthat andthat andthat
that the prevarications rlvaricutionsl I cannot bring bri my myself JBYself myself ¬
self to the tll point of calling caJh lg them lies Hesthat Hesthatha liesthathave that thathave
have ha Vf been b J1 told by b several y ral of o you around these theseevening theseEenin theseevening
evening Eenin fires fir would only be again exag exagBerated exagGlratrd exaggerated
Berated and that some of you OU at least would wouldreturn wouldreturn wouldreturn
return to your homes hom with ith an added weight weightupon weiglatupon weightupon
upon your conscience lOL Dee It has pleased me megreatly megreatly megreatly
greatly to listen to such s confessions Bressioas as have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made this evening and I am sere serethat sarethat surethat
that you feel the better for having hayjB made madethem JB madethem e ethem
them Tber Tberg is one thing for which w icll I am amsorry a a1orry amsorry
sorry and aut that is that Brother rotJter Barnes is isnot ilinot isnot
not here to retract retraet the story h he told of ofcatching ofltching ofcatching
catching more fish than 1 caught ca t at Crown is island isIsnd island ¬ I
land several VUi years ago I am aM sure sir ure that had hadBrother badBrother hadBrother
Brother Burnes been bee with us tonight aig t he hewould hewould bewould
would have 11a ve been moved 1BOe to tell the real realtruth realtruth realtruth
truth of that story and aut so s remove a a load loadfrom Joadroom loadfrom
from his conscience conscienceWhat co coaseienceWBat eieDce eieDcehal
What hal are you going to do about thatstory t that thatstory at atstory
story of yours that started the tit trouble troubleasked treuWer treuWerasked troublesasked
asked Tice TiceI
I wish h to say in regard to anyth anything 8Dyt Bt ag that thatI
I may IDB have hav told since I have been here > > ere that thatto thatto thatto
to now deny the story and offer a socalled socalledconfession acaUedOnCeS8 socalledconfession
confession < > OnCeS8 on would be but a farce and a lie liein liein liein
in itself When I told of those 5iO bass my myself myseJf myself ¬
self and a friend f nd caught in one day dayYou dayuYon dayYou
uYon You said 500 before said Smith SmithPossibly SmithPossibly SmithPossibly
Possibly 1 did but 590 5 O was the correct correctnumber eorrectDumber correctnumber
number and I only wished to correct my myformer myformer myformer
former statement statementI
CI I guess those bonds you OU put up guaranteeing guaran guaranteeing guaraDteeing ¬
teeing the Pastors reputation will be de declared decJJred dodared ¬
dared forfeited when you get home said saidHusk saidDusk saidHusk
Husk Bill to Smith as they walked back to totbc totbe tothe
the clubhouse clubhouseWell clubhouseVeU clubhouseWell
Well it has taught me r lesson any anyway abYway anyway
way replied Smjth and 1 wont be so fool foolish foolish foolish ¬
ish again very soon I am sorry for his sake sakeas sakeu sakeas
as well as s my own ownt
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Which Accounted Accou t d for HI 1115 IHB111T IHB111Tto
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dachshund d eWa1llld The dachabouMi and M is a dog dognot1 d notwithatandin not notwithstutdut
withstutdut wit Wadia appeereaeies a ap eereaeies ftacies Be has fore legs legstwo I Itwo cgs cgstwo
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to wag his I s tale so he asaid ld it ap with this btatale hWIWe thistale
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shake his right Mr er aa when yau the tale seen aeeait lleeDit seenit
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everyday eVe Y matter natterMadaaa matterMa mtterMadam
Ma Madaaa mH said tae t e ehAve teller ge geaty ly you
hAve forgottea to indorse iador tdane e it itIndorse itlDdorse it itIndorse
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back here to Mow that y JCMI < m wS wSbank w 7 this
bank ia i ease the t e issuer 81Ner of this efe efefail ekee MeJt MeJtfan slionld
fail to answer our NIl eilOhl eailOhr NIlOhI
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Whey W e the t e teller looked at tare t e ekeek a again apinthis againthis ain ainthis
this is is what he read readTke re reTAe readThe
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it owes ad yo you need hare haveno DO o worry There ¬
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are re violently ia u loft love with 1ri l tk the heiressHow heiress heiressHow heiressBow
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when I know that abe is drawinf drawin ten dui duiInns doikrs do14 do14Jars
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and it it Has been very v satisfut satisfactory satisfactoryto risfmoryto
to me in in every eve TOV vny w1 I iave iaverecommended Iuverecommended klvCrecommended f
recommended it to s great at many manyf mmyof man manof
of f my m friends f t and 1 tLcyluvc the k f vt ill illbeen allhere H HBeen
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