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ENTERTAINMENT AT QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

ENTEIITAIN5EENT AT QUEENS T'OWN. (FRO. A connRR roNDEn,.) In spite of the oufiorialde and threaten long weather on Friday, 2nd inst., Mr. IlMrrls's large room, kindly lent byhlin for the bcnefit of the Calloioanli b[ecludi(es' Ina.ltttidaitc' d Free Library. was ivell filled, 'inod dotbtlens tile Institute will bhftllt considerably by the entertainment, whtich wans acknowledgednon all handsto havo b~ien tlle lies t'overgot up in the district. Miss C. Sn;lerland prosided at the piano, lent for the occasio by lirs. R.. .1. Inrris, nud precisely at'io hour,ap polited (8 o'clock)'commenced the proceed lngs by phainlig ad overtuen In an x cellont, and spirited mannoer. Bome sreet nsongs were sweetly sung by Miss Whelpton and the Misses Noisetto. Messr, S. Sunderland, II. Thompson,' I; Lanpe, F WWhelptot, J. Nolsette, C.Caudwcll and G. .WelptoIn also contributed vocal musicof a superior kind, while Messrs. F. Wheolpton, G. Sumiderland, J. Hayes, II. Lampe, II. J. HIarrls anod Master H. Wh...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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MR. HARPER AT JANEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

Mr. Hasrpr Vas present at1 the °Yio t.ori Silcity' plighifig mniltch yester day, and after lunch Mr. Oameron said that he was desirous of making an ex v:;planatibn" relativ' to his 'candidature 'i and the retirement of Mr. Lobb, as Mr. ': 'Job Smith and many' electors with him ii' 'appeared to have been misinformed re 3 apeoting it. o Mr. J, Smith said he was sorry to see 'Mr.'Lobb was not coming forward. He (the speaker) bad felt very strongly on the subject. lie would not support the .nominee of a few gentlemen in Mel h.bourne and had said, when spoken to about it,' "Job is not on." Ile had subsequently met Mr. Harper and * believed the matter would be explained by hiim. : Mr. Harper said he had found, since conpingtothe match,thont veryerroneous 'ideas existed respecting this election. As he was expected to makes statement lie lihd beat do what he had hitherto done-state the plain, unvarnished 'truth. The candidate then proceeded to detail the circumstances under which he 'had co...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

VIOTORIA A Ittl(UUl, UltUIL SO0. OIETY'S ANN UATL Ii?,OUGUII ING MATCH. . . t-0 The following is a list of the ,oon petitors and prize-takors at th ,alovo match, hold at Mr. Sparko's farm; Jane field, yesterday : CIIA.MPION CL ASS. :;J i W. Creighton, Eppii'g, (hM'Calman and Grdeo) . ....... . Chas. Creishton, lazelglen (h'Calman and Gard) .. . D. Harris, iroaidnmadow ('ynan) .. 3 W. Mahony, Cashel (Lenons) ... ... 4 W. M'Khimle, Janefleld (Leunon) ';.. 6 M. Lynch, Gowerville (NM'Calmten and Garde ...... e0 It. Bassett, nazelglon (Swan and Co.) ... o Thos. Munday, Northeote (helorby) ... 0 M. Young, Preston (M'Calmsn & Garde) e0 Walter M'Kimmoe, Whittlesea ... ... " CLASS A. .. George Sparker Janefleld' (Loesine) 1.. Jessie Norris, Campbellifeld (Lonnon)' .. 2 W. J. Lobh, Hazolglon (M'Calna and.; Garde) .... .. . a A. W. Bassont, IIHnzglcn (tM'Clmsih &'' Garde) .. . Timothy Foley, . Gowerrill (M'UCalman' and Gando) . .. . CLASS B.' J. Sullivan, Gowerville (M'Culm?n" ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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MR. HARPER AT HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

u s ýiatDw e ordU tiaRTnR.Q, Mr. R. Harper addressed a meeting of the electors of East Bourke at Heidelberg on Tuesday evening. The chair was occupied by Councillor Bamfield , president of the shire Coun cil,who briefly introduced the candidate. Mr. Harper commenced by express ing his personal friendship with the late Mr. Robert Ramsay, and deplor ing' his loss. He then explained the reason of the retirement of the several Conetitutional candidates, and his presence before the electors; and then proceeded to state his qualifications, and his determination to secure, as far as possible, equal rights to all and, in particular, railway commuonication to the district. He criticised the state ments of Mr. Gray in regard to pro tection, and spoke at length on thle question of federation of the colonies, towards which he said we were making rapid strides, and which, if once gained, would greatly modify the system of Victorian protection. lie approved of the Edglleation system as far as it ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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METHODIST FREE CHURCH, WANDIN YALLOAK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

.METHODtrgT , IN OIIUROH., ST ANDIN .'ALLOA*. .On'SiidyntayyM i 68th, tw'o bormione were proaohed in the abovi cliurc by Rov:J..IT. Doe.t o goodl an(d ttontivo congrogationis.,Ozn the followihg day a te' and'Lubliioniieting was hdld wlhich wasgo?ll attended.' Tli public muct iign was 'presild a over ,by' Mr. E. Hunter and excelloei addc?ssi s given, by. Revs. A. Mackio, G. Homisuell, aid. J. H. Dwow. Thi r epdrt r;esontcd by the pastor. (Rev. J. Barniiighain) shiwed thiat the efobrb whiclh wasnnade;onbolialf of the circuit fund nhad beoh very successful tle proceeds anountiing~to about £20. Selection's of i'usic wko-r well rendierd by thie chair, Mi. J. ;ako presidingi lit theo orgaii, and a'?aost intorosting moot ing was brought to a close by the pastor pronouncing tho .beediction.

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Metropolitan Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

Metropolitan Echoes.   from our exchanges.)     The whole available British army at       the present day is garrisoning Ireland. The electric exhibition will be opened   in the Athenæum-hall in about a   fortnight.     By November next Wallaby Creok     ought to be diverted into the Yan   Yean reservoir.   The Treasurer's statement that the duty on tea brings in an income of   £100,000 per annum is considered an   over-estimate. Candidates for East Bourke must   fight strongly for a railway to Heidel berg if they wish for support i? tha? among those qualified to avail them-   selves of the privilege of manhood suffrage, especially in Collingwood and North Melbourne. Under the leasing system, with 1,000-acre farms, it would take only   9,00...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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EAST BOURKE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

E'AST BOURKE ELECTION. William Gray. one of the can ,es for the East Bourke bor,4.o hs' so6ke iet 'thi Foreater's-hdll, Preston, "-on Tuesday night, The roomwaa fall. Mr.?J- Inrtolrp?'-p ided. Mr. Gray, after paying a tribute of 'estdee tO theo late M. Robert Ramsay, said hei was' oi indepoudena t calditlate. PIaaitlliamenit,had never before boon so disorganised in regard to the position I oP piartioe as it was now, and the (Go verntentt party was. strange to says, the smallest 'of them all. Among the imlportant and wrll.ooneiderel quest ions now. before the country was that of the leasing of the lanids, as all the :land acre of Victoria has been failirs, "if not swindles. In 10 years' timeo all the pullie estate would have beeoon "prted with,and the landlord and tenant system would come into vogue. He quoted fgurec to show that settlement wasee not progressing in anything like the ratio with which the Ibnd was be ing alierated. Frot 1871 to 1881 a;lone,,lthere were 9,116 holdings u...

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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Saturday, May 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

LILYDALIA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY ONTIILY M-IEETING. Saturday, May 27th. This Council met on the'abovo date i it thie Shiro WIall, Lilydalo, the' mem- - hbor present being Ors. G. Do' Pury (President), Nicholson, Blair, Mitchell, c Baker, Walker, Supple. The minutes of the previous meeting . wore read and confirmed. ' oOiUESPONDiEoNeE. P From D. M'lWhao, Co9lunercial Bank, Lilydalo, enclosing 'resolutions passed ri at a publid meeting held in Lilydale, urging the desirability.of takinig steps for obtaining a water supply for the ° township of Lilydale. A discussion ensued upon the advis ability of promoting the water supply ° scheme, the President remarking it wf ouldhe agoodl thing to doif practicable and the Council mnight comply with the request for a survey when the Engineer lhad time to attend to it Tise Engineer remarked that _Mr. Macintosh had told him they had to go two t and' a ' half miles' up the Olinda 'reek ic 'iibtu.a iisi alseof3(fot.fO Thio President moved that when ...

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INQUEST. DEATH FROM HEART DESEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

INQUEST.           DEATH FROM HEART DISEASE An inquest was held at Thomastown,   near Epping, on Saturday by Mr. Candler, on the body of Frances Larmer, aged 38 years, a widow and landlady of the Belmont Hotel, Thomastown. Evidence was given that during the past 12 months the de- ceased been drinking heavily, and   that two days before her death she was confined to her bed, Dr. E. Neild, who made the post-mortem examination, found that death resulted from fatty degeneration of the heart, but there was nothing to indicate acute alcoholic poisoning. The jury returned verdict in accordance with the medical evi—   dence.—Argus.    

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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

ANDERSON'S CREEK. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) For the last fea days nothing but rain, penetrating, soaking rain. How the farmers and squatters on the northern side of the Divide would give thanks for such a rain as obtained here. None of your negative, drizzling, intermittent showers, but a positive, down straight, cat and dog rain, has been blessing my eyes, and cheering my heart for the past week ; and not mine only, for mine hosts of the diflbrent hostelries should, I think, equally bless the wet, without that compels the sad. dened, mud stired heroes of the pick and tin dish to seek the comforts of a cheering, ruddy fire and heavy wet within. I hear the .Queen's . Birthday Company had a trial crushing at Gardner's battery on Monday last which resulted in an outcome of 14 dwts to the ton; so far so good, and I hope this prospect will go far to stop the mouths of the growlers and un. believers who say the Creek is. worked out. Why, the Dyke Company which can put through an almost fabu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

LIVERY STABLES, 76 Little Collins-st., (Corner of Russell-st.) First-Class accosmmodation for horses and vehiclels Eltham. 1882. STARTFOID STRETTLE and Co., Will hold their Monthly Mrkects at Eltham, on the following dates: May......... 2 . August...... as May........ 30 Soptember... 19 June........ 27 October ..... 17' July. ....... 2 November... 14 , 5 December... 12 Fat and Store Cattle, Dairy Cattle, Horses Sheep,;Pigs, &o. Th Aucltioneers particularly request Per sons offering Stock for Sale at these lMarkets to intimate to Mr RI. Wallis, Iltham IHotel, Eltham, at least a week previous to the Market day, the nature and numober of the Stock to be entered for Sale, in order that the Auctioneers may be in a position to nform buyers.' :LILYDALE. .o TISITORS to this interesting locality SV should stay at HENRY'S ICOWNf HOTEL, Where every convenienco will be found at most reasonable charges. PIANO and BEATTY o RGAN. There is no manufacturer of Pianos and Organs in this or any...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

COACHING. COACHING TO LILYDALE. Robertson & Co's LINE OF COACHES   Leave Henry's     We oesaskasrlies asihtims.: -.: And. depattiag, leave behind us ' Yootpriulte o the iiandsr! time.", yashhsther y sao surb word a fail. Alas I -, sany ssnr , thi i -cr ree,-ia true, site regard to the ysouth who lis neve'r abhset his strength — and to the man who has not been "passion's slave."   But to that youth — to that man, who has antet his vigour, who has yielded himself   up to the temporary sweet"' ý armu[?]ments of   vice, who has given unbrided trfln?e to his 0 arsions, lio ith the Isove liues ese brit as a . pt?reh. What flo etsn Ihe l.ave What m pl ratinle ?"Wihat hnce. ofI leaving his rr a * fr r aS, leavre'h frtpoduts on the -.. e dsti(,tlme, he ssest ta endowed with , stroing brainandjpertousa Cet. .e smlta S posces a tS; vigorous, healthy ? arind, is a , lsthy"tmly tdo pacer t. o '.r ceive---lho ee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

Oders promptly attend . . THE CHEAPEST Jewellery Establishment In t'he ?OLONY Is t , SBLASHK'S 120 I1a IKEtTRE£ L Er Ar, tlLtORosNInu at Opposite Waxworks, Where you can Purchase Single Articles of Watches and ,'ewellery at a Wholesal e .Price. s , NOTI E.OF REM4O AL. -4 Who, for the peat twenty year ie I carried on busines as as PITAPMACEUJTICAL CHEMIST, Il At No. 139 Brunswick street, begs to inform 810 his friends and the public, that he tha HAS REMOVED co To those new and commodious premises uit S140 BRIUNSWICK STREET, sie ext to the New lank of Victoria, and is almost opposite his old Establishment, prol pre: Messrs. KERR and 00O. \', Proprietors of the a" EWANBURN B EG to inform the inhabitants of Lily dale, Yarra-Flats, and surrounding districts, that they are now prepared to re SUPPLY SAWN TIMBER et Or any dimensionsn and of the o BEST. QU-ALITY Delivered at Ynrra Flat., at 10l, and Lilydole, at' 111, per 100 'Faet super; alsoI specially selected timber. for Wheelwright Purp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

ROSISTO'S PREPARATIONS   EUCALTYPTUS. THE original investigations of this class   of Australian plantlife commenced by     the proprietor of the following preparations twenty-five years ago, from that time to the   present they have been made known, and his Miedicinal Preparations employed in most of the civilised countries of the world. The fol wlng ero the Itrlelioil Mledicines tiae Erteclyttiti, they eantiln l It asera.,tui ctnbint d froinI lit e w the ifttithe te'al v li?'es? ' of 'the 'ret i are pretoircd wit ,great care, ndt Illeliy he confidltntly relied pioi as effertll ve reniedies, NEtirorts tecsti nloils hti e itbee n givte of their ireat value anti apart fromll the nelnilve prtperth.. of ' ' ill tuli l llts.;it' ullst lant b " forg?otte: tlLhat the Oil of ht:uarttytu is ow recognised as 'anti seieor fever dstroyting ge nt of tit Iolense pswer.- As ti otuniiry agent fatilles witll fitul it thoromghlv critrti...

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LABORARE EST ORARE. (F. G. Holden in the Sydney Echo.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

LABORARE EST ORARE. (F. G. Holden in the Sydney Echo.) Work is worthy! Work its noble! Worthy     work for noble ends — Heart and hand in earnest toiling at the work the Master sends.     Not for self, or power, or pleasure ; hateful luxury, hateful ease — Traitor to his God and brother; he who toils for ends like these.   Honour to the loyal worker ; tho' it be for daily bread,   Whether in the nation's councils or that children may be fed. Hodour to the loyal worker ; be it work of brain or hand ; Scorn upon each worthless sluggard living idly on the land. Let me rather — tenfold rather — scrubbing floors upon my knees, Eat the bread of healthful labour than of health-destroying ease.     O ! to do the Master service, strong and brave with willing heart, Thinking not of self or pleasure. Friends, this is the worthy part ! Let me rather, earnest, reverent, clasp a hand all rough ...

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The Evelan Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 June 1882

The Evelan Observer.       Published Every Friday.   FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1882.   THE East Bourke Election is now the   all-absorbing topic of conversation in the district, and that County is in the throes of a political contest.   Out of the six or seven candidates     originally announced, but three remain, and it was rumoured yesterday at the large gathering which took place at   the Victoria Agricultural Society's   Annual Ploughing Match that one of these, viz., Mr. ROBERT BENNETT had retired. If this be so the contest will be narrowed down between Mr. ROBERT   HARPER and Mr. WM. GRAY. The political principles of both these   gentlemen are tolerably well known.   The first-named candidate announces himself as a Constitutional Liberal and [?]in his speeches he has made in different   portions...

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LECTURE AT QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 July 1882

LECT'UREH ;AT ,QUEENSTOWN. (' (Pno COIRRtSPONDENT.) On Fritla, Jne, 30th, the inhabi ,unt?'f oQf teetow. n an l oalrroniding districmi wuere Ivouired'wih a lecture -in the Q.",icntwl n Itall, is aid o6f the Parsontuge Bnilding Fund--from the IRev.II. F. Scott, tho Cburch of lgttinit clef yutan n t Footscrny, the sttbject being-' Two.hdurieiielrehnod witis thedIfih. : The chiiriwcs taken by our w;orhly and lhighly 'Cteaeed meombor, E. It. Camueron,Eq.,lM.LA, who, in a very .appropriato sjieech, ox plained the object of the. lecture) and ittroducld the lucturer. It w\va easily seen thliit Mr. ' otilt is a speaker o! no ordinary stamp. • For.ahout-two hours the rie. lecturer, by Ihis flow oloratory Intl iburting elnqouence, riveted the at-. tenitiin of'his audience. During the evcning sonme Irish melodies wore vety efllcicntly tendered by Messrs. Hayes and Band. At the conclusion of the lecture, a vote of thanks was proposed to the lecturer by Mr. R. J'. Harris, which was seoonded, in ...

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HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. Thursday, June 29. (Before Mr. Hare, P.M., Messrs. Armstrong, Woolcott and Steele, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 July 1882

HL?LESVIJTL POIOE' COURT. Thursday, Juno 29. (Before Mr. Iare, P.M.; lMissrs Arm strong, WVoolcott and Steele, J.P.s).. Jefferson v. Howell-Assault. F r 10s and 2s 6d costs, 1. R?Ilooke (forest ranger) v. J. Sims j: nr.--Odttithg tituber on Crown lands without a'licenso.' Fined s sand coats. 1 Boyl,; JIossack-Assault: yFiucd 10Osand ls 6d costa. ' : t ,. ' A.G. ; Ilossack, ,. for,' obstructing the drown Lands aliliffl in thu.exou-_ tion of his duty, was fined 10s and 2s 6d costs '' Senior-constablo (OShannassyy.. IR Leach -Slaughterinhg on the promises of John Ewart, Launching Place, with out a licence. Dismissed. -M. Jefferson v. Robert,,Wils n, of Doncasier, fraud sunmmons,;£2; order to pay 10s per week to: liquidate the clailm. Tommy Dick a half-cast belonging t6 Corandcrrk station, naged about 16, was brought.up charged with forging the 'name of Mr. Goodall, tho' manager to a cheque for the sum of £3 16s 3d. " It appeared from the evidecu tuhat a Islalk cheque had been obtained ...

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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Friday, June 30, 1882. (Before Messrs. F. Hare, P.M., G. de Pury, J. Lithgow, and R. Black, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 July 1882

LILYDAL POrIOE:COURT,, Friday, Juno 30, 1882. (Beforo. Meineas . ?lrm, Pit .L ,' do Pury,.J. Lithgowi and it. Black, J.P.'s) .I. O'Shannassy v. Robt: Ilarmnii Neglocting to, sund his,two .children to school... -Dismissed each case. i ..... Sntai v. Oharles' Donoviin--Neglc.t icig.fo.send his child Deis "to schoo.' Fined 2s tdi and 2s Gd costa . : . ' Samo:v. Same. -Neglecting : to isend his childJohln to'sch ;ol.' Fined 2s t(ll andu s Gd costh. Same v. Eclward Jacoh--Negktcting to seisd his child to scihool. Fined is and 2ctld costs Jr e- g, i: Slno v. M ichnel tJonhhli-lNeglgdetig to sedl his child to achol. :`;'iLcl 4l0a and is Gd costas. Saints v. John Cairo?ii-N?tgecting to send his duild to 5thool1Jt,,l)isn'aioabd ti ing to' send his clhild to' schooL. Dis T. Addis v. F. Wenki er'-£ L ih debt, goodsa sold.-. Order for' alnouit and 5s costs. Sii.: H':it v. 'A 'Nichilas-£6 ll debt for worik and labolr lid goods. Ad-' journed till inext court day. J7T Nicholas"v. W.: hlbohlLnes 'C...

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AMONG THE HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 July 1882

AMONG TRI HI[LLS W'ith your kind q'rmission, MIr. Editor, I will, everand uon,contribute notes of thae anyingr. and nr of the letu ing spirits among thI hlls.+ . t is rumourol that the "Crown Prneo" reef, Yow Yow, Ihas again been taken up by Oletonl nld .party, who intent putting on nehilrnry. I hoIl that this is true, as this reef.yioldil some gond returns a few years S .brck1 .~ i st, .was . ana [lalo ed . 9ýf want of , naeirhineryr(l) +r . omnol.f .r young men are going in "li?i licks"foqr, hillg .playag.,.Tig, bust" breal ottliiosrason wreuulie the otheir evceii by a yol?mnlgad: Yet, lie~in thireye alonrg rthocur.U.t't,! riglht fEius, tiore his cue lundtshiarply back ani--broke trhe uanp whichI wer rplrenrd brllild hid?. Lamp 1ch I Not a bL] break. . T'blu brritr. Oullj bi r is ala?t to he aiiftal to Qiornstiwn,'' I allule to the State ciurd.homlusee;;,O. amy 'Queenstolwn fdrinds. f~l Yirinel at ]vinug recolndha·irtustf paltno aif?o themn. 'A paimsbllr uIrldaaigto bIe put ap in ...

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