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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 March 1884

Birth. JOYCE.—On the 24th inst., at Panton Hill, the wife of Walter Joyce of a daughter.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 March 1884

aiidr hiar d= Son-s i luclytpti xtract. Srow the Sti. Luil Olinib.il Rc e orid," Eucalyptol.in Albumninuria. ;. Prof. Prineciles and Practic of Alridi ,ip e anid Clinical iIedicilce. Lt.iiits College of ?pl?hiciat?s tnd Sui.eoiot,; S ' irY tiaeni, rP l .f lii, l hitter,,1.13) ` hal'ls ?ull Inlc fllt fiir o?len tlhe? . ?(1 yVl.tieanlt t:.C hia r!s , pa) tit ov IIPW o rli g, l ) arti I1,1i rhcavricl r1eport t lii r- l?e o tn hian. j 'iilll . adIeIlna of a full report, ,he. i , a. klinc. llv'l ,i- lhd.lthe pnII rcularsi of it ! ,rtilii:. 1 " he 1 t'uient' iii tmici d it, I ,thili" - ivihctii :fueennim rich?chii t's ,diseae;i.git .;t 1i .liti *Ijhlun prolhi e l ihail Dr. li ucei's i 11. ,. t . .. . 1. .('.icA eitlrtln , apeilfo.t"-re.wi'l tiru flor +levrriil wir ckc chigalleti l ill, thit lt' ' ic irt i n It, , l uildhh ,i'lr teat thuat o'taiiilllcl" e: x iiid· l " eiii Iwi.er tIIIdI. iVri "c i en hr uit' " ?cll rit , id wih i l) i pr 'nn Ld tIi" a l', ii ii, i tl ic;... . d..r, d t hl ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 March 1884

D?ecrepitude requires some sustainingl power, just as the maimed limb needs a re. liable supporti The frosts of nage inldleate tile waning of that vital flame, that barns with intenser glow in earlier periods oE life It is to keelp tihe spark Iextillguishted, that then b'heomies nit imperative necessity, and this animal heat requires for its sustenance some active ansl losent tonicu . Siehulip ii s, as it were, the." il'roUmethleau tolrch lthat can the light relume." lfolloway's Pills atl Ointment.--Diseases of Women.-Medical science in all ages hlis been directed to alleviate thle mwny nluldiesl int Itent to females,but 1'rofesaor Illouway by diligent study and attentive nhservatonu, .was Induced to believe that nature had pro vided a remedy for those spelial di.se?ces lio has, after wast research. succeeded in conmpounding his celeirated Pills and I)ist ment, which embodly the pIrinciple naturally designed for the relief and cure of disorders peculiar to womolen of all ages and ro...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 March 1884

The oil"experiments being carried out at Folkestone Har boi-r, s?; ays a London paper, have ,assumed a very interest inglaspect. It seems that to complete the apparatus a third line of pipes had to be laid on the west side of the railway pier, and. that a large steam crane barge had to be moved from the harbour round the end of the pier through a nasty sea raised by an east wind against the flood tide. Fears were en tertained that it would be dangerous to venture across the East Bay with the barge, but the difficulty was soon solved by the happy thought of trying what oil could do as 'applied by the portion of the apparatus already completed. ,Accordingly a few gallons of oil were pumped through the apparatus, in a few minutes the effects were marvelous'. The whole bay was soon as calm as a lake and remained so for more than an hour after the oil wasapplied. The barge with the apparatus. on board was taken across with perfect ease and the operations completed most satisfactorily. Th...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Old Annie. Annie Briggs was a gennine character. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 March 1884

Annie Briggs was at genuine cliasneter. ller appearance was most. unprepossessing, it is true,-she stoopedi with ag4 ind, with hard work ; yet her h-art was one of the meost upright, I have, over known. ;Early riners may"often hlave observed tie old woman walking briaklyailong'ii the grey of morning, threading her way among 'the work. , With some of these she exchanged ntods, for shie had. trod tile sarte causeway for years,` nod nearly everybody knevw old Annie Briggs. While tminny of the passers-by her- appeartnce out ofTdoors,, look~yet drowsy and but hafit wakened' up, 'Annio's brisk and lively air, her clear eye;and he undlistrbed4appeara ete showed that othiO had already been up seme timo, and-was thnroughlyiawake In leed, she hitd alreilyj been tip an hoar or imolre, and makihg every thing tidy at home igailleat tte ria?ring o li?e. littie famtly. Not that Annie had any family of her 'sowii No' osloie'snts yet; and wouldtl'os:t likely, ever. remain, a gingle I w an i for who ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 March 1884

LILYDALE SHtMPl, COUNCI . Saturdly, Meichl 22. T'he ordihnry monirthly nieoting of this conncil was heldl on Saturday, 22nd inst. Pnvstct :--'Phe Paviiednt (D. IMitchell, Esq.) and Ora. lissina, Wig-. gin, Nicholson, Ronrke, Baker and \Vulker. Cr. Masina wasvoted to the elhir until the arrival of the Presi dent. Tihe iniutes of the previous toetig? were reald atUl colnfirmlIed; coanI:MSIDro icxeE. Fronm the Munioiipal Association, notifying the 28th inst. as the date of holiliug ordinary half yearly itintitig of the East Melbourne Group. The Pro. sident was appointed deloegate. Front Shire of East Ioddou, urging; the co-operatiMi of all municipal bodies in imprasshuaig upon the Government the necessity of at once placing a ipao lhibitive dutyt upon all matches other than patent safety matdchs, on account of the destructive tires caused by the. careless use of matches. Received. , Prout Shire of';g rtlt.Oveue, wtith. siniir requeet;Slid i-ecomeuneding a wax nutchk with the safety com...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 March 1884

I;,. ~: ·· CDAI4HING. ~~4LO: .7J·.·INF iOF [COACHE's 'i.:I, A1ILILA I~lA tS A\NI) QUI I NS'(IOWN II; e': Lvoi I.cjicO oto tIldoll, Sollootl~l IO·Lldt lajty: tO :III p 01 t~II)voy. l tl~llogilon, tvlIlIitIO IltlltOlbe l g I~lILIIIlll 1CLtIlgIr 01\ Orolal~ll, ! toll 111 1 ··1 V 1101 o rc jiiI~ 1 Hnll' 0111 ILILICO ti iLe~ l 011, itottc. MRessrs KEIR1 and Co.~l EWA-.A N.BU R N·'' B" toae; tYlfos Erl th tlldoltot ot Turotlly~ tlrIiltoll JI Itoit 11103 000 11 po0eIoreiI to bLJ1 ILY'$AWNTL;rMB~ Iii l1.jnottyorot oBt1:VarTotIlntIotO, at t·o,1111 .1Sil~l'tnott ;t~V ttlltl'lps flor ,Wct Rlootrtol la ..; Mr1 tt Porrtn,oIur ltty11tC ogetlt, Ii 0n0I: to rwl~vO 004001, wlttctt,irl wt. otltwtt ,A good otpiily oft'ltbo~hr tootWaygk~l~te, JU QSEPfl STEYE~NSDN Uoderlokoo:' i·· ·I···· ~· B U PIL D INa, · 0 :.: * :·' i"aob ilnery adjtrsted, &a.t Ad~dreoo-t'omt 011cc, Yorro F'tota, 6 uecii~sL, ;Mebourne,: 'BELL' GROVE,--- "DA- · r I'" SSTR;ATFORD ,ST~RFTTL;E "AID Co., I~ '·. 45c Bou·n rke-satre...

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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 March 1884

S "AN? ERSON'S: t2REEIC. (eRon one ow.N coIuuseoNDe.NT): .la the Good Hope tunnell thely have aSain got the dyke -The, ground is hard, showing pryites. freely: Logan and party fronr5 tons o£'stone obtained 2oz., 17.d.wts. smnelted!,gold. .,This is ratbor:ý underi- what-, was expected. However, the quartz obtained was more thlreustiult of'prospectiig,.tis they know where better stone is obtainable., A good ideal of synmpathy lisa: been felt and expressed by the inhabitants here at the dnwarrantablb and malici oues report, of the" AhdersonS. Crooek Polica-Coiirt Which appeared'i tha?' Jge of the 8th inst., concerning Mrs. Grant, the licensee- of- the-Anderson's Creek Hotel'. Mrs. Grant. was sum mnoed for:' hayingg her. licensd house open, one the Sunday.. I recollect the night well, it was raining in torrents, and the people went out of the bar at 12 'o'clock on to the verandah,, waiting for the weather to-blreak. Mrs. G?ant's doore was open at 1'0 minutes- past 12. Thiswas the- whole...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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NOTES BY A WANDERER. March 19th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 March 1884

NOTES BY .AWANDERER. March 19th, 1884. In imy list I promised to give a more detailed account of the various hop grounds itn and around Heualesville. I find that altogether there are seven, Mi. Sinyth's being the largest (not, of course, taking. intoaccount Caranuldrk, which is a Government station) with 15 acres, who, I believe, employs about 50 pickers. They have beent at workl for the past throo weeks, and expect, to be tinished in about two' more.: The next in ordert is Mr. Steel's 1I, acres, who will `be- finished 'about' the' sano day" this will be in possession of your readers: On this ground there has been over 80 pickers, and the work has 'hoeel got through. very expeditiously,,. for the simple, reason there are two kilus, which are capable .of drying over 600 bushels.; also, an excellent sciew press, which, turns out the bales. in a very compact manner. Picking is also be ing carried on at Corsinderrk, but there. are only about 12 whites engaged. `Mr. ITamiltoe i salso bus...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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CLEAR HILLS ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 March 1884

CLEAR HILLS ROAD.   At a meeting of the committee of the Eltham Council held on Wednes- day evening at Farrell's Hotel, Yarra Flats, the tender of Josiah Hargreaves for No. 3 Section was accepted at £147 9s 9d, and that of Wm. Christian for No. 4 Section, at £138. For No. 6 Section all the tenders were con- sidered excessive, and it was decided to invite fresh applications in the course of a few weeks.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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SO GOES THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

80, ... , f TIoos\;ORI, U D. ..... ----o-- When I wear the cap and bells Matny frieons have I; Unlto enrelLes, merry hearts, Merry hearts reply ; 'Just as this old earth of ours Dimples in a hmidred- lowers; <, Wihen above in qummrr'sa hours, Lauglts asummer .sky, a } YWhen grif.hbldes with me, alas I Not a fr fhel o , 1a a I; ;i Bil hearts meea t on ovaery aise With a cold, e Good-b : ;: Just sstlhls old earth of ours Parts with all tie drooplng flowers, When above In antumrn Ihours, Gloors a somlro sky;

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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A WISE JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

A W18E JUDGE. -o No lHaven, Connecticut.-Twelve of the SRlvation Army were arrested for singing int the streets, which was con sidered by the police to he a hideous noise. Judlgo Denning, in order to as. certain the correctness of thlistatonitnt, asked our people to sing in the open court. So they stood up and satg : I'm a soldier bound for glory, I'm it solhier marehitng on i CoeiO nid hieaJr ieI tell my story, All who neg ini sit have gone. I love tJesus, hlietninjh I I love Jlessie-r.ye I do I I love Jesun-rilns toy ovtiour I Jesur smleslll andi lofvtiii1e too I When they had i in ishild, Judge 1nn ittidg gavI the followilg ldeialol : "'lhe Armty hits brokien no law, neither did thosle people inltensd breaking lawns. ''Thny ar tldoing a good work, ntld are an liehrty to. speak, sing, nol1 prIay to the pIoplle wlheru they uliose,"

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

TO T111 RlTlTOl OV T3 OEVEI.'YN ODiEr.EWR.. i)iir ir,-ltd loolking over the Ohbsererot tle 21st ult,, I vas pleamed to see that saotu o'?a took on interest In Whittletsa; hut it any stranger was to read that piecoi by "An (Occaoitonnl"Oberver" they woutld io .ledi istraiy.' To Ieli with, silppos?til that the correoponlelit obelongs to the nialo sox, hll is trut introducal to W\Vhittles by the uigns of tllheWhlttleseI hlotel and the Chih'll? f nllgiinnd on the ollther sldo:: Now,' li?teid'i that, i trveller first seem a flour mill, vwhich hIsm lint benu l workling 'for osom tiil:; tis showing that' WhVlttlwsoa litistesl of being ia lilourlhing little townsh!p, must haveo gone hldown' greaitly; osin boforu you cimo to lMr. 'lliim, youBa hanc to piss Mr. Clark's bhteher's 0)holl; but perhapsl tho, renson miny hive been Ie was tlhirsty so looked out for the signs of ln hotel tlrst. O 0 the otilier ?sido of 'tl riiid, eforo you com to thli ngli.h Chourh, you-l lvu to pass tihe Suito scho...

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A COMMEDIAN IN A NEW CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

A COMMlDIAN IN A. NEW : ?CIIARACTER.' -o-. DoiAnkg Mr. To'ole's recent visit to Iloltou he unwittingly, enacted a neow rhle " for the first tiime on pity stage." Sitting in, his ''coiifortabl apartmient at the Swan'i Hotelon the Wednesday afternoois, transacting business -with his ta"i ager for the great comedian, does eccasionallydescendto 'tlitih inun dane aftirs of commerce-ohe was startled by nn unexpected intrusion. The door was slightly ajair, and without any preliminary cernmony in bounced a lady; and that. lady a stranger. : Mr. 'roole was protected by the presence of his manager, and he was able therefore I to retain his composure without fear of the guiles of wily women. Advancing direct to the table the fascinating un known planked down five pounds, with the pointed remark-" Thteie it is I" Mr. Toole looked up astounded, but his inquiring gaze was only rewarded by a short-" It's there." Our huntourist now thought it time to assert himself. Should he accept the situation, ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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A CURE FOR RUFFIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

I A CUIRE 'l'Olt ,UUt'IANIiB.i, F (Fromn the'Sydnoy Dnil, ell elql, , M". arch 27;'1884.) ..When the American war wasbrou!ght to a'onclusion in 180(1, the nrmy of the 'South, anld a largeo proportion of thce army of the North, were disbanded id\tho State of Virginia. Both armies were largely made uip of the scrapings of the gnols and the gutters, and it was accordingly no matter for surprise, that gangs of thieves and plunderers should be found prowling about the State when the armies were brokeno up. Things were, in point of fact, so bad that one man would not pass another in the street without covering hhn with his rovolver. Neither life nor property was safe. Everyone had to protect his own, and if his vigilance failed him lhe fell an easy prey. It was evident that some stringent law was required to secure order and protect society. But the galols of the State were not largo enough to contain one quarter of the criminals. As might have been ex pected, the Legislaturo mot the dill...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

TO: 4D.JrER2SRTh'ld.. ' AsitiertsreuKehf etunta w L tedtlud!Ga. b fJhra lthe lime expire. for qhich.lhey, hace. be., &rdrred. I here I/he mrnbeer aft/e inere lioan mi not. d,1lmimelyl, nircmied. adveltlie. ,anmln wmill he imnmrlmm until Cauntermmamleml, and chnarged Jbmrnccrminmlh,..

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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PRESENTATION TO THE REV. ALEXANDER MACKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

PjiESENTATAO TOt TILE: 1U V;. <&xxjl VND{R CKIE:.. On. bho ecionihngof Wedliesday;,26tlih Mnat'rel;:i ' few, fricnlds eiot, at Yrilrro0 Park, tld residtnce oL 0 Mr: T:. Arm-. stroig, Yarra' Flatsj ih. order, to. lire-. aett, on. behnli-of'tljt residents: of. tim, distrit, tobthe ]v, Aiox Moackie,,an~ ii-. h, aoosatedi ultrtos: anil. Iureo of soeremgo.ii M n th:,Mtokito toomib aaolty. in whticht. ho. thtnulktl tho subcribersitw lidu; , expressc& a: wiash that: 'the. goodl ftceUng. migjmt long. citturo,; ,' .. . AODitstt t'it t"o YAltnA 0 tATO. YRItti a-TO. ,I "" ý· ·... I al'.: ý.. A1ri C118 r.. ':; .}i 1}) DorStr,,-Txlie otlacribEro ulrtre your he. ceptoneo of Qho accolttlsyiitog~testtlnooonia'a a tpcmhoiilto~ot the high I ottreiiii trbinli~yinll? ore ltlervollKwheld' be tith lcu rctvootti, na througlntootta Cits.c~triet, ''mLtow t ovor t,,' kiodooas o ooatteotibn. to wants. of the tsool nsuoo thoauodut1 yyoom, omlanoirtet bergyos tie.. half of alli, both ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

.. ... Correspondence ' Viltlhout endorsing tile opinions of our cor repolndeot,. we lhall be indl to insert colmlllnllllllitionl liearill upi)o topits. of pu?llu illlterest,wbitlh nay he Iotelligently ??.? t ,ressl atld free fro? persoitstilel, on : eoiudition of recelviog the wrltr'ls retl 'ilame, tot nleeeslarily for ipublietioln, but 0S a guarnutee of good taltit. , +TO TI. EDITOR OF THm N~KVYYN ORR.RdVElk. " 8 1t,-1 will t ko It an a favour if you will Sha ! rt ther following": Wihy W I'lt i't Siit hove no itoitio In Calet it+ dotil fodr onitfrift icr t` 'lito In frei of all icharoes t l do ntol lith itoroa h oany tlflmiilty a i Ithe waylf once we uot our mlindsb to it inl tcrllnest. , Abo?ttwo Ihudre il pulds ought tob i suol+el.etito.:buildt.ay a four roomea o:o"" lc with detatnell kitchen,andl a stable. I o ttto froti thklitully way int which I +,hear Mi,'nd' mrts: ollow spoken of when p. ingl throughl Calisulolih all wi'll agree ..wtlh m tllatt.they aro truly worthy that we...

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A PECULIAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

A PIF TLI',AR CASE: Sbme two or three. weeks: ago: (.saysr last Tuesday's Ape); a, yoing:8mnarrtiedt) couiple namned: Ellwanlrd iDuriniti sndl Iertha. E. Durant wenre arrestedt by Detectivo-seargonit ar:;ioiby on, a tpo-. visionuld warrent, charging thle. formtr with. perjury, and the lattel with.stial-.J ing a gpld ,watch, and; chlai,. the pro- per.ty of Mr, Cooper,. Brilanno, A remandca was asked for ftonn time, to. time,, pending the arrival of'naconstablel from, Qucecnshnd. with, tilte necessary papers, and,yeastenlay, the oflliteellaming ar.diCed; the. hearing off' the case-was: proceededtwith,. The depositibos statel! that the. girl; Bertha, I)urantu whose. jmaidea, name. was Cooper, lft! her hhome.on, the.5th.lanuary.takihg with heo. a, watch, which hdaltd leen,iht.tha cetodyof;her.faithieu on. h her ehalf for seomet4ie.prexioau.. Sereawnt Mahoney stated;t&atonthe. provisioalt warrant. beingisiaaedt he"slkedithe.defendknt ift sheo.had:go? tile watolfeha? redlto.. She....

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LULLABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

LULLABIES, IRockaby; baby, the ?lule\ i green o Father's a nobleman, mi otler's a queen." Ilockaby, lullaby, nil the day long, Down to the landt of the Inllaby song, Ilabylaod never aganfi will be thine, Land of ill mystery, holy, divine. Motherlthu?l Othoerlld, Wonderful, Undorlnnd, Land of a lime ne'eragain to be seeo I Flowerland, Dowerlanl, Airylnnd, Fairyland, Rockaby, baby, the cradle is green.. ' IRockaby, baby; thy mother will kieli Geontl watch over I hine nzureeyedileep I ulaby en't feel what the thi mothelr-oeart : : knlows, Throbbing Its fear o'er your qidet relpo?o. Mlotheor-lleart knllos how baby inust liglht, Wearily on thironih thdi fst cobting night ; 1attloe unedllng, i Honor delendling, liaby must wage with tih powers unse!en0, S -Sleeip, n, oh, blily dear, Zod and thy mother near Roc"kaby, baby, thy cradle Is green. Rockaby, bIlhy, the days will grow long; Silent the voice of the mother.love song.: lowedl willi sore bieleans the6 muihlife inist Sorerws that baby ...

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