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FAREWELL TO MICHAEL GILFEDDER, ESQ.

$ (By Azzdrew Kinross). The best of fz-iends must sometimes part, . However sad it zzzakes the heart. But joy will mingle with the pain When parting will result in gain. When from the south you soon will roam. In waznner cliznes to find a hozno, May you be blest with lastizzg health. With happizzess and znodest wealth ; For in the past both yozz and I Have sought, with znotives trzze and high. To serve the toiling workers’ cazzse, Azzd still znore equal make our laws. Whate’er our futuz'e fate znay be, Izz spirit we will still be free ; And it will always be our plazz To elevate our fellow-znan. Though Fate to zne has been unkizzd. Yet it will always cheer zzzy mind A steadfast Liberal to be AVith no one izz advance of me. And now faz’ewell, we’ll hope to zneet, And still with .friendly feelings greet.

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FAREWELL TO MICHAEL GILFEDDER, ESQ., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 49, 2 February 1907

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FAREWELL TO MICHAEL GILFEDDER, ESQ. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 49, 2 February 1907

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