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Thursday, January 8th, 2015

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Saturday, January 3rd, 2015

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Monday, December 29th, 2014

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Image from web page 194 of “The New England magazine” (1887)
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Year: 1887 (1880s)
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buffalo to water from his donkey when meeting a Moslem inthe street yet as a survival of the old regu-lation he wears a turban about the fez, andhis wife, concealed in her dark blue gownwhich is interwoven with silver, hides herface behind the horsehair, vizor-like veil.No a lot more superstitious creature exists thanthe Bagdad Jew. Thirty-5 years ago hewas excommunicated for sending his chil-dren to college, and when under the ban noone may feed him or give him operate. Hiswife may not appear into a mirror, nor sweep the floor, nor bring a saucepan into thehouse after dark. When her youngster dies sheforgets the Hebrew law and requires into thehousehold a pig to guard the other childrenfrom the evil eye if the pig must die itsskin is used for their clothes. The Arabs of Bagdad are mostly Bed-ouins who have deserted their wanderinglife for the peace of the city. The menwear the Turkish fez or the head-dress ofthe desert, the lengthy aba and the red, pointedshoes the females tattoo their faces and

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The tomb of Sheik Omar, 1 of the crucial shrines of Bagdad 184 NEW ENGLAND MAGAZINE sometimes their entire bodies with an in-tricate pattern of vines and flowers, dye theirnails with henna, and decorate their earsand noses with rings. It is now seldom thatthe young Arab noble, mounting his pure-blooded horse, joins his companions inraces and sports outdoors the city. Nolonger is his really like for adventure so greatthat he loads his camels with merchandiseand crosses the desert, or embarks at theport of Busreh on a sailing-ship to the un-recognized parts of the globe. The story-teller,it is accurate, sits in the cafe as of old, but hisstories attract only these who are fond oftheir lewdness. The same massive white don-key from the far distant city of Hassa, withthe finish of its tail and its forehead dyed withhenna, like the beards of the Persians, stillbrings the water from the river. The fish-erman wanders along the Tigris and, although calling upon Allah to aid him, casts his netinto the water but h

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Monday, December 29th, 2014

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Title: The uncivilized races of men in all countries of the globe becoming a comprehensive account of their manners and customs, and of their physical, social, mental, moral and religious characteristics. By Rev. J. G. Wood… With new styles by Angas, Danby, Wolf, Zwecker… 1871
Year: 1871 (1870s)
Authors: Wood, John George, 1827-1889
Subjects: Ethnology. Manners and customs. Savages
Publisher: J. B. Burr and company

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(1.) A SCENE IN THE NICOBAR ISLANDS. (See web page 897.)

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(2.) THE OUTANATAS AND THEIR WEAPONS. (See web page 902.) (903) CHAPTEK XCI. NEW GUINEA— ConMed. THE ALFOERS OR HARAFORAS — Various REPORTS RESPECTING THEM — THEIR MODE OF GOVERNMENT— AN ALFOERIAN DIVORCE COURT—TREPANG COLLECTING — DESTRUCTION OF House —FUNERAL RITES—TRIBES OF THE SOUTH-EASTERN COAST—A QUAINT DRUMMER — DRESS ANDORNAMENT—THE TATTOO — THE Complete-DRESS PETTICOAT — HAIR-DRESSING — EXCELLENCE OFTHEIR CANOES—AN INGENIOUS SAIL — HOW TO Cease A LEAK — THE PIG-PET—ARCHITECTURE —DEFENCE AGAINST VERMIN — Houses OF REDSCAR BAY — DREAD OF STEEL — TRIBES OF THENORTH-WEST COAST—THEIR CANOES — MODES OF FISHING — AQUATIC Houses — MODE OF GOV-ERNMENT— APPOINTMENT OF A NEW CHIEF — NEW GUINEA WEDDINGS—THE KARWAR, ORHOUSEHOLD GOD — THE WAR-DANCE — CEREMONIES AT FUNERALS. We should here give a quick space to sometribes named by numerous names, such asHaraforas, Alfouras, and Alfoers, and sup-posed by numerous ethnologists to be a sepa-rat

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Title: Stewart’s hand book of the Pacific islands a reputable guide to all the inhabited islands of the Pacific Ocean, for traders, vacationers and settlers
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Allen, Percy S
Subjects: Oceania — Guidebooks
Publisher: Sydney, N.S.W. : McCarron, Stewart &amp co., ltd.

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onial occasions the males andwomen revert to the old national garb by wearing their fine mats or tapas asclothing. Tattooing is universally practised. A young man is not supposed to meetother guys on equal terms until he has been tattooed. The tattooing is per-formed by skilled operators, on specific occasions which are marked by feastingand the providing of presents. The tatooing extends from a line above the hipbones practically to the knees, and the pattern is practically the exact same for everybody from a small distance it appears as if the colour had been laid on uniformly andsolidly. The missionaries at first attempted to abolish the practice, and laws-were created against it, but to no avail. The custom will doubtless disappear Possessing a 1,500 mile Coastline, washed by tiie mightyPacific Ocean and having also each variety of soil and climate QUEENSLAND The Scenic and Resourceful North-Eastern State of Australia Ofifers a field of unbounded and varied scope to theTRAVELLER, SCIENTIST INVESTOR or SELECTOR

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SCENE OX BOWEN HARBOUR. NORTH QUEENSLAND. LAND SETTLEMENT. Unparalleled by any other country in the Planet are the&ltenerous terms and situations presented to men attracted bythe lure of potential wealth in Queenslands greatprimar}- industries comprising cattle rearing, sheep breed-ing, sugar cultivation, dairying, mixed farndng, fruit-growing and tropical agriculture. TOURIST RESORTS. TIk- recognised best winter tour of the Commonwealth isthe far-famed scenic trip to North Queensland. Sailingalong the picturesque Eastern seaboard, flanked by theGreat Barrier Reef, the Tourist views chains of verdantislands, the Whitsunday Passage, Hinchinbrook Channel,and, then, travelling more than the scenic Cairns Railway, thewonderful Barron Gorge and Barron Falls. 1st-class Hotels, Tennis, Shooting and Fishing await the Tourist. ■ For additional detailed info and illustrated handbooks dealingwith the States Sources and Tourist Attractions write to— THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNIVIENT INTELLIGE

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Friday, December 26th, 2014

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Image from page 173 of “The story of Captain Cook’s 3 voyages round the planet” (1870)
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Title: The story of Captain Cook’s three voyages round the world
Year: 1870 (1870s)
Authors: Jones, M
Subjects: Cook, James, 1728-1779 Voyages about the globe
Publisher: London : Cassell, Petter &amp Galpin

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they have been seeking it, a canoe put off to them with acouple of males in it, who handed them some plantains in avery encouraging manner. Yet another of the natives was soexceedingly friendly, that he swam to the ship, and stayedon board two nights. All this was promising but, whenthey went ashore, it was located there was not significantly to begot at Easter Island: no wood, no fish, no water worthhaving and although the folks were peaceable and civil,they have been, if possible, worse thieves than these alreadyencountered. The really hats had been scarcely safe on theheads of the visitors [it should be owned that in Englandwe at times steal elderly peoples gold spectacles off theirnoses!] pockets seemed made only to be picked by theEasterlings, who, further, were so adroit at filching backagain the numerous things they had sold, that the exact same articlewas often purchased by our people three or 4 timesover, and they did not get it following all. These ingeniousfolk did not care whom they robbed one particular man coolly dug

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THE MARQUESAS. IIQ up his neighbours potatoes, in which he carried on a brisktrade with the ship till the owner appeared, complete of righteousindignation, and place a cease to his dishonest advertising. The island was chiefly remarkable for some immensestatues, or rather busts, of stone, rudely sculptured, whichhad been noticed by earlier navigators. One particular of thesemeasured fifteen feet in height, and six across the shoulders.What they were no a single knew some supposed them tobe idols : Captain Cook thought they have been merely to markthe burial areas of the natives. A party from the ship,who took a stroll into the country, were civilly marshalledalong by a painted, tattooed old native, carrying a piece ofwhite cloth on his spear, flag fashion and in passing somehuts had been hospitably treated to roasted potatoes, sugarcanes, and water to drink, which, though extremely negative, wasmost welcome to their thirsty throats. It was dealt outto them with scrupulous care that no 1 should get morethan his neighbour. As

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Wednesday, December 24th, 2014

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Image from page 216 of “Bird-life a guide to the study of our widespread birds” (1898)
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Title: Bird-life a guide to the study of our typical birds
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: Chapman, Frank M. (Frank Michler), 1864-1945 Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946
Subjects: Birds
Publisher: New York, D. Appleton and organization

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for his discretion in judging distances andknowing just when to fly, he would long ago have disap-peared from the haunts of man. We might now be afew fish richer, but would they repay us for the loss ofthis genius of wooded shores ? WOODPECKERS AND WRYNECKS. (ORDER PICI.) Woodpeckers. (Family members Picidje.) The three hundred and fifty identified species of Wood-peckers are represented in all the wooded parts of theworld except the Australian region and Madagascar.Practically 1 half this number are discovered in the NewWorld, and of these twenty-five occur in North America. Few birds look far better adapted to their mode of lifethan Woodpeckers, the structure of their bill, tongue,tail, and feet being admirably suited to their requirements. The notes of Woodpeckers can not be termed musical,and their chief contribution to the springtime chorus is arolling tattoo which resembles the h-r-r-r-ring call of thetree frogs. The feathered drummer selects a resonantlimb and pounds out his song with a series of strokes de-

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Plate XL. Page 137. COWBIKD. Length, 7-90 inches. Mate, head and neck all about dark coffee-brownrest of plumage glossy greenish black. Female, dirty brownish graythroat whitish. ■HI WOODPECKERS. . 115 livered so rapidly that his head becomes a series of mazyheads. Watch the Downy Woodpecker, our commonestspecies, even though he is engaged in this surprising perf orm-Downy Woodpecker, ance How he appears to appreciate it! HisDryohates pubescem entire look is martial and defi-medianus. ant. It is his challenge to the Wood-pecker planet. Soon after every roll he looksproudly about him and perhaps utters his call-note, asharp peek, peek, which suggests the sound made bya marble cutters chisel. More seldom this get in touch with is pro-longed into a connected series, when one particular can readilyimagine that the quarrier has dropped his tool. The Downy is a hardy bird and is with us throughoutthe year. In the winter he forms a partnership with theChickadee and Nuthatch, and if the great this trio doescould be express

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Title: Bird-life : a guide to the study of our frequent birds
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Chapman, Frank M. (Frank Michler), 1864-1945 Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946
Subjects: Birds — United States
Publisher: New York : D. Appleton

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for his discretion in judging distances andknowing just when to fly, he would long ago have disap-peared from the haunts of man. We may well now be afew fish richer, but would they repay us for the loss ofthis genius of wooded shores ? WOODPECKERS AND WRYNECKS. (ORDER PICI.) Woodpeckers. (Faintly Picid^.) The three hundred and fifty known species of Wood-peckers are represented in al the wooded parts of theworld except the Australian, region and Madagascar.Practically a single half this quantity are found in the NewWorld, and of these twenty-5 occur in North America. Couple of birds look greater adapted to their mode of lifethan Woodpeckers, the structure of their bill, tongue,tail, and feet being admirably suited to their wants. The notes of Woodpeckers can not be termed musical,and their chief contribution to the springtime chorus is arolling tattoo which resembles the h-r-r-r-.ring get in touch with of thetree frogs. The feathered drummer selects a resonanthmb and pounds out his song with a series of strokes de-

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Plate XL. Page 137. COWBIKD. Length, 7-90 inches. Male, head and neck all about dark coffee-brown rest of plumage glossy gre lish black. Female, dirty brown-ish gray throat whitish. WOODPECKERS. 115 livered so quickly that his head becomes a series of mazyheads. Watch the Downy Woodpecker, our commonestspecies, although he is engaged in this surprising execute-Downy Woodpecker, ^^^^^- How he appears to get pleasure from it! HisDryohates puhenctns wholc appearance is martial and defi-medianus. ^nt. It is his challenge to the Wood-pecker planet. After each and every roll he looksproudly about him and maybe utters his get in touch with-note, asharp peek^ peek, which suggests the sound produced bya marble cutters chisel. Far more hardly ever this get in touch with is pro-longed into a connected series, when one can readilyimagine that the quarrier has dropped his tool. The Downy is a hardy bird and is with us throughoutthe year. In the winter he forms a partnership with theChickadee and Nuthatch, and if the great this trio doescould be expressed

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Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014

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Image from web page 78 of “The boy travellers in Australasia : adventures of two youths in a journey to the Sandwich, Marquesas, Society, Samoan and Feejee islands, and by means of the colonies of New Zealand, New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, and
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Title: The boy travellers in Australasia : adventures of two youths in a journey to the Sandwich, Marquesas, Society, Samoan and Feejee islands, and through the colonies of New Zealand, New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, and South Australia
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Knox, Thomas Wallace, 1835-1896 Harper &amp Brothers. pbl
Subjects: Voyages and travels Adventure and adventurers Tutors and tutoring Friendship Sailing Sailors Animals Organic history
Publisher: New York : Harper &amp Brothers

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is of stoical mood. Only a handful of square inches can be operated on at a time. The fleshswells and becomes very sore, and the efficiency can not be repeateduntil the swelling subsides and the patient has gathered strength andrecovered from the fever into which he is generally thrown. We aretold that the custom is far less prevalent than when the islands werefirst found, and it will most likely die out in one more generation ortwo. The marks produced by tattooing are permanent, and no applicationhas ever been located that will take away them. We have seen many menwhose complete bodies have been tattooed, other individuals whose arms and faces hadalone been wrought upon, and other individuals again who had kept their facesfree from marks but had their bodies covered. 1 old fellow con-sented to stand for his photograph in consideration of becoming rewardedwith a hatchet and some fish-hooks, Avhicli we willingly gave him. Weadded a pocket-knife, which he received with a grunt of satisfaction, but TATTOOING IN THE MAKQUESAS. 55

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A yiEW IN NOOKAHEEVA. without having deigning to say Thank you, or something hke its equivalent.He said his name was Gattanewa, and that he was grandson of a formerchief of that name. The faces of the females are not tattooed, except that now andthen they have a black line on the upper lip, which is really suggestiveof a budding mustache. One particular pretty woman was pointed out to us whowas mentioned to be the daughter of a chief her hands and arms had been tat-tooed, the tattooing on the arms extending practically to tlie elbow. At alittle distance she seemed to have on a pair of embroidered gloves, and 56 THE BOY TRAVELLERS IN AUSTRALASIA. this fact recommended an thought. Why could not the ladies of civihzed landshave their hands tattooed in imitation of gloves, and therefore save them-selves the trouble and expense of donning a new pair so usually ? Aningenious artist could do it nicely, and he may possibly even tattoo the buttonsin their locations, so that the gloves could have no achievable possibility of slip-ping off or acquiring out of

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Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

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Saturday, November 22nd, 2014

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Image from page 104 of “The Albert N’yaza” (1869)
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Title: The Albert N’yaza
Year: 1869 (1860s)
Authors: Baker, Samuel White, Sir, 1821-1893
Subjects: Nile river. [from old catalog]
Publisher: Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott and co.

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Chap. II.] EFFECTS OF POISONED ARROWS. 59 negro blood. They are tattooed upon the stomach, sides,and back, so closely, that it has the look of a broadbelt of fish-scales, specially when they are rubbed withred ochre, which is the prevailing fashion. This pigmentis created of a peculiar clay, wealthy in oxide of iron, which,when burnt, is lowered to powder, and then formed intolumps like pieces of soap both sexes anoint themselveswith this ochre, formed into a paste by the admixtureof grease, providing themselves the look of new redbricks. The only hair upon their persons is a tiny tuftupon the crown of the head, in which they stick 1 ormore feathers. The females are normally free from hair,their heads getting shaved. They put on a neat tiny lappet,about six inches extended, of beads, or of little iron rings,worked like a coat of mail, in lieu of a fig-leaf, and theusual tail of fine shreds of leather or twine, spun fromindigenous cotton, pendant behind. Both the lappet andtail are fa

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Title: The innocents abroad
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Twain, Mark, 1835-1910
Subjects: Voyages and travels
Publisher: Hartford, American publishing organization

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lish-ment, to get an intelligible ideaof it. It was a wonderfulshow, but the moving massesof people of all nations wesaw there had been a still morewonderful show, I discoveredthat if I were to keep there amonth, I need to still find my-self seeking at the individuals in-stead of the inanimate objectson exhibition. I got a tiny interested in some curious oldtapestries of the thirteenth century, but a party of Arabscame by, and their dusky faces and quaint costumes referred to as myattention away at when, I watched a silver swan, which hada living grace about his movements, and a living intelligencein his eyes—watched him swimming about as comfortably andas unconcernedly as if he had been born in a morass insteadof a jewellers shop—watched him seize a silver fish fromunder the water and hold up his head and go by means of all thecustomary and elaborate motions of swallowing it—but themoment it disappeared down his throat some tattooed SouthSea Islanders approached and I yielded to their attractions.

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KETUEN IN WAR-PAINT. FINE MILITARY Evaluation. 125 Presently I found a revolving pistol many hundred yearsold which looked strangely like a modern Colt, but just thenI heard that the Empress of the French was in another partof the creating, and hastened away to see what she mightlook like. We heard martial music—we saw an unusualnumber of soldiers walking hurriedly about—there was ageneral movement among the folks. We inquired what itwas all about, and learned that the Emperor of the Frenchand the Sultan of Turkey had been about to assessment twenty-fivethousand troops at the Arc de VEtoile. We instantly de-parted. I had a greater anxiousness to see these guys than I couldhave had to see twenty Expositions. We drove away and took up a position in an open spaceopposite the American Ministers residence. A speculator bridgeda couple of barrels with a board and we hired standing-placeson it. Presently there was a sound of distant music in an-other minute a pillar of dust came moving slowly toward u

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Friday, November 21st, 2014

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Image from page 424 of “The Prince of Wales’ tour: a diary in India with some account of the visits of His Royal Highness to the courts of Greece, Egypt, Spain and Portugal” (1877)
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Title: The Prince of Wales’ tour: a diary in India with some account of the visits of His Royal Highness to the courts of Greece, Egypt, Spain and Portugal
Year: 1877 (1870s)
Authors: Russell, William Howard, Sir, 1820-1907 Hall, Sydney Prior, 1842-1922, illus
Subjects: Edward VII, King of Excellent Britain, 1841-1910
Publisher: New York, R. Worthington

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the falcons, which invariably succeeded in killing them.Afterwards there was polo-playing by the Baltee Hill people, whohave an evil reputation on this side of the Himalayan slope. Theplayers, mounted upon ragged ponies and attired in bright-coloredsilk, dividing into two parties, commenced the game the multi-tude yelled with delight but certainly there was no ground forapprobation according to our notions. Pulwans, sinewy, activewrestlers, covered with oil, and quite tough to grasp, followed.Then spring-boards and two caniels were brought out. Theathletes, taking a quick run, threw somersaults clean more than thecamels, 1 fellow leaping finally into the howdah of an elephant,which declined to have a repetition of the feat. The drawing of GAMES AND PASTIMES. 383 nets in the river revealed the reality that the fishers of Cashmereinherit the arts of Cleopatra, for fish had been found all ready fastenedto their meshes by the gills. Procession was formed in the evening by way of the illuminated

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THE GUEST OF CASHMERE. city to the old Palace, exactly where the Maharaja gave a dinner to thePrince and a modest party of Europeans. Then there was a weirdperformance of a sacred dancing drama by the Lamas fromThibet, which rivalled the ideal shows of the Royal tour. A lot more 384 THE PRINCE OF WALES* TOUR. fireworks ended the entertainment, which presented several noveland curious functions. yamiary 22.— Baggage at 7 a. m. The Prince and suite toleave at 8. And thereupon, extended ahead of dawn, excellent clamor incamp for on all inquiries of transport, camels, elephants, and,above all, natives, as they are referred to as, express their feelings invery audible fashion—and often. Looked out at six a. m.It was really cold—an eager nipping air. Sentries, dressed inlong fur coats, above which peered bayonet and plumes, andbeneath which slipper-like shoes beat tattoo on the ground,were inviting the earliest rays of the sun to thaw them into life.Yellow-trousered, blue-coated policemen came on the scene forit was f

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