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TUBERCULOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

fTUBEIIOU IOSIS. The expedition to rl'asmanianinquest of iinformeatibn uipon the racll;itplagrie, enhd its plossiblenmtiddte in tuberculosis, has resulted in a report which has at length been laid.on .thio table of the IHouse offAssoinbly. It is a valuable docli nnt; not as suggesting a ,remedy, but ijngivink iussolranc that we need' notlook with any cbPfildncs for relief tir?uigh" an o?luotionable and dangerous remedoly. rTuberculosis.hns had a very 'fif'aruit in Tasmalina, 'let the rabbits :iilcl xist., Mr Willows tolls of "manya respectable "persorns who have .hboon familiair with the latter disease all tlieir lieis, andwho relates instances of dis ease in'itis'gbneral' characteristics' lijn this, having completely cleared certnil districts of rablbts, and which have for a few subsetquent:yecrs remiitintt clear of them, biit afterwards, becamoe again in fosted." Eyoeathlt i'totdment is not particularly satisfciforf"itt ' the ad vocates of.alther~dlesis ;e for certainly if it wvre...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Mystery of the Marsh House. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

OIIAPTERi IV. That evening they.were seated alone in the' pailour, with their pipes; while a hottle of whisky and jug ofwater, standing on the tabler showedtliat th'ey were prepared fora long talk. , " .. ... -1H "'hit1 k' tilia, '.is hos 'arrived now, Gerald? said Jack Temple, "for a thorough e"ilan"at I` riccn?v ? your note, and, ae cording to my- promise; I, am", here.. Now " Quite true, Jack," agreed Gerald "and I will commence at the beginning, for there are.one or two' cireumstancsm that you are ignoralt of that occurred before I left town. ".Youremember.the time, fourycars ago that I used to visityour mother's house, and attend all her parties ; and you remember for nobody could possibly forget-lovely Etlhel Truscott. " Ol, how beaoutiful, sho was, in those days wtthkher golden hair, herbluoe eyes, and pure Madontiiadili?o fiatares and complodion I "I loval, that girl, Jack. I 'norec than loval her-I worshipped the ground she stood upon, n?d bcould hro ti mde'tny sicrie fiee ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

An EUitrnrinatry Stiry.In -'Ool bar last AMr. O. T. Starkey, of the well k'iowntfirmin ofi Nlossrs: LoonsHanis to:; StArkor and; 0o.,i accounitants, of Dirmlinghaml,vislited Oliccietlh, on the idorth coast of WVlos, accomtpanied by hli family. g,0'io ovenid ripie ent out inia canon, mal chid not return, and on the followying lay the canooe-wasafoued floating ?about half 1 f'illed with water. Mr. Starkey was mourned as drowned, but his body could not be'recovered. Aftdr tlib l of throee i o four, iion'ths, iel apphlioaioid was oiado for probato fh the will he had left,.but,. as there was no proof of death, tle application was adjournAod. About a t hiibithl go'a'ftlei granm was received''iintit6g tlhnia Elr. Stiirkoy'ehad ,beenseedt in Austrilia, and on Eili"ll'3 ' ~lIrri Stvkeoy ise ceived a letter stating-that her husband was in Sydney undoer the nine of Stevets, and that his' mysterious dis appearance was idte "to -worry, and .overwork. Mi. Stalke'y's affairs were iUlo'ltigited; sa...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

ta cdO RI'SPO Nlk' 'Ii s .?, T7e 0utuI** JfeedoU consaitent, wtuit/ the; !public interest, wifoale iallied toenorr sanon= dents of all( casses, but no communicatiion?.,a will under any circtumstanees be inuerted, ,unless authenticatged by tihe real name and. address of the writer, which `will be' a tegarded as strictly confidentinr, and -erie a a u garantee of god jaith. We canotal be held resonsible or] the opinions expreassed by correspondents. ..........

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

Mining News. BACCOnAN'r Company, Panton Hill -Yield 23ozs. 2dwcts from 22 tone. Considerable amount of dead work done during fortnight. North levol extended eight feet, leaders:in face, but no solid reef yet. North stopes, reef varies from 5 inches to 2 foot. South stopos, reef mado strong about 18 inches, Mine now more opened out, will crush about 40 tons fortnidgtly,he future.

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VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. May 26th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

VIOTORIA AGRICULTU1RAL 4 SOCIETY. May 26th, 1884. . , The plbughing-matohcommittee met. at Phelin's Hotel; Plenty road, on.the above date,. Present :-Mr. Bond in, the chair, and Mlessra John Creighton,, Henry Bamnfield, Thomas. Davey,. Thos.. Harmer, W. Creighton,, and Alex.. Young. Mr. John Creighton reported that' he met Messrs. Harmer, Balfield and' W., Creighton last Tuesday; and that after seeing Mnr. Samuel Gardiner, they as cepted Mr Robert White'e,of Janefleld,;. offer of hnd and £5. The- land' way oansidered very saitable. It was then agreed that the match take place on Tuesday, 1?th Juo,e next. Some donations were mentioned a-, having been promised rand the prize list wa revised The amount to be offered is £104. Three judges for each hcles were nominated. It was resolved that, a arlver cup be provided to be weon twice by the samre ploughman before it. becomes his property. REISlEXIIUENTB. Instruotion was given 'to call for. ton. ders to supply rofteshmenta at the. match. M...

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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 24th May. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

LILYDALE SHIRE OOUNCIL. Saturday, 24th May. ' A special meeling of the Council was held prior to the holding of the ordi nary monthly meeting. Present: The President (D. Mitchell, Esq.) and Ors. Rourke, Supple, Walker, Baker, Wiggin, and Blair. The newly elected m ihbor- for the North Western Riding, Al, G. I.t ,laoityne signedotheo usual Ieoluratirn ant took' 'his sent at the Th provisions "of .Part 'I of the Pdlied Orlffenes-:Statuto' with tho'ex ception of subsections 9, 10, 18, 21, 22. of clause 5 and clause 6 which were adopted at last meeting of the . Council were confirmed and numbered Bye. \l'wNo.- oh the motion"of the Prosi= dent, seconded by Cr. Baker. The motion on notice by the Prosi tdeot to suipress 'th nuisance of 'cittle and'horsoes wnudering about the roads of the Shire was adopted, provisionally thatthe police be directed not' to seize any cattle on any road beyond a radius of one mile from the township. SThe Bye Law to be numbered 4 and to becinfirmed on 28th June...

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Commercial May 28. Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

Commercial, May 2S8. Artichokes,; d per lb ' : ent, lt to 9d per do oeno ulnus, kidney, ld to 24 per lb a- o atlo?o od qto, od ior t oo e arrotsio 6d to 4 per dozen bulnches : Caulittowets, Is to 3r t( per dot SClery, 2s to 3s 'pAtiozen stitks -. Ipettuccdss-r to 9d,per dpou" r 3 b h ooksi , ?'d 'dozen buncthes?. Gr ? it, 6 ld per den utolis ?b LOnions, 3s to s' per dpoe " ooo m.ipoto etll ,4Mtoý4l tob)lert owL»-= QIthut?rb, t4d to 9d per dloao bunohes 'l'onlotoeso ' to 4 perb osbol Turnips, 6d to 8o per dozen bunches =- Vioo-etnblo.M?crowoS4 to Is per do.. . Frult H 0 i.s. ; Apples, dessort, 9s to ? pelr bshel Apples, cooking, 34 to as do Grapel, lad to 4d per Ib Ltcnons, ts to 39 per dozes Melons, enter, Tso d 'ears, d to 4d per lb Quiucet, s 4 to 44s per buoslol Bacon, 84 to 10d perib itotter, 1 4 Qdto t toot per lb ('Ceese, 6d to 8c per Ib :ggs, 2s'2d to 2s 8:1 per dozen Hat, ldlt to s perl. Heas,it to ?rtd per pair Pork, d to 8td per lb Rtobbits, 11 to 01 po0r paIr Turkeys, 8s ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

Covernmeut Notices. Public Works l)epartment Melbourne, 2uth May, 1884. TENDRns will be received, subject': to the Conditions of Tenderiog, for Maintenance of Government Roads Melhourne to Woodspuint and branches, and UpperYarra Dis. tract, in 9 separate contracts, until Twelve o'clock on Friday, the 6th June. 1'rtlculrs naay be learnt at this Office stnd at, thoe Post Offices at Ilealeasvillo Verrshaw, Woorl Yalluak, Marysville, Iux. ton, Narbethong,r Launching Place, and Warburton. ? The amount of the preliminary deposit to accompany the Tender is £3, and the amount of the deposit as cash socurity for the due performance of thle t'ontract is £3. The Board of Land and Works will not necessarily accept the lowest or any teuder ALFRED DEAKIN, Commissioner of Puhlic Works. Good Raspberry Canes O F different sorts delivered any where un the road tctween Queenastown and Eltham, price per thousand, 25Js. Fastolt, Bell te dFotenay, Bri nglos Orange, and tlhe commonl sort. Alsoyonlugoosebe...

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HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. Campbell, Pratt, and Co., report:— May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK,. Campbell, Pratt, and Co. report- May 27. Horses--Buslness at the Bnauar has been steady, with .usual demand for useful de serlptlons. Country supplies continue to arrive in moderate numbers of fair average quality, and were cleared at current rates Well conditioned lota in Indian coachers and diaught classes sold to good competition, buyers for the latter sorts (draughts) being more numerous and their requirements for staunch weighty animals keeping prices up. Carriaue pairs, rear!! firat.class are wanted ordera bring difficult to fill. Gentlenmn's hackneys and well trained harness horses command steady attention and full values obtainable. The sales for the week have beeu satisfactory, and comprise thIe well. known ateopleehaser " itlackthorn," winner of the last Melbourne hunt Club Steeple-. chase, and many other races, to Mr. Star. hottle; -Gentleman's hackneys and hunters, from £38 to £65 1 superior harness horses, £24 to £50 i ordinary, £10 to £16 i onml...

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NOTES FROM LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

' - Dy-LIrtrousO aorTurnr uTsn. Soiallilfe inoLildal. .has not yet 'attained a very high order of excellence. The people are sound at lheart, and sonmewhat clannish, but those 'adcial amenities which are characteristic of some places I could, name, are .painfully lacking here. Of course therde resoime who make thile exception: to' thii'"rule" but they are a small minority and have to fight against long roldds.: .On? tle' other hand, as a law abiding, steady, sober, and'industrious '"communityr;I think we :lhave few ý eqalls arnd5 no superiors. Magisterial functions would be a sinepuro if there was pay, attcled to the office. The grass grows green and rank on the entrance to our Police Court, and the gloom and :quietings of the place is only occnsioiinlly: ilikturbed by the appenrance of a casual i?i?briate (generally a visitor), ivllon :ontqof our local J.P.'s may be cunsidorcd -"to have quite a field day as lio pr'odnlincgs with duie magisterial effect'! thios slelmn words, " fined...

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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

Ie belyun hsetiruer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1884. TE third Soesion of the present Pttrlia mout of Victoria will commence. on the 10th of next month, and if the Ministry have not sutlicient good, useful, and well matured measures ready to be legislated upon, it is not because they have not had suflicient time to consider themor Mlihistries, as a rule, are too anxious ,to serve the country by intreducing too many meonsures without giving tlhemn due consideration. We would rather see fewer of them and less need for re vising after they become the law of the land. We, therefore, hope to see laid before the coming Session fewer measures and of the right kind. A Land Bill is most urgently niedled, the last enactment expired somee years ago. There being no party contention at present, there will be no excuse for any further delay in dealing with the question. While we thoroughly agree that a large population has been placed on the soil t!lroughl the selection system, yet t...

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RACES AT YARRA FLATS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

,RA0E3 AT YA'tRA?'FLTS. Races, under the style of " Farrell's Rai:e;s," took ,lace on Saturlay last, tie 24th inst., at Yarra Flats, on the old and favorably known course kindly lent by Mr. Thomas Armstrong. The weather, for the time of year, was all that could be expected, being fine, al though rather" cold. The attendance was not so numerous as, d(oubtless, was anticipated, hbut this mlly be accounted for by the fart that it is a busy time with farmers, who we persumo act up to the old maxim "and make hay while the sun shines," in the ploughing line we mean. llowever, we think, no great compllaint can he made in this quarter. The usual chance games practised on such like occasions to the lightening of the pockets of confiding individuals were present, bIut, .from a remark we heard a female "gamester" say to the effect that "she wouldn't have grumbled if she had made enough to pay expenses," we are of opinion they did not reap a good harvest. Before closing our re marks on this par...

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ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. The same members were present. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETINt~ !The same members were present., COROBsPernENORE. From Joseph Camm, requesting, per mission to grub and cut all the dad timbe' on the roads of Wairundyte. Mr. Camm's request could not. be ei tortained in that fornl, but if he fur nished a plan showing any particular. road on which he desired to clear, the council would then consider the. appli cation. From Wallaco, Davis and Co.,?Mel bourne Whiting Company, making sap plication for portion of the 3. chain road, abutting allotment' 2.11,' Ring wood, for mining purposes. expressing thleir willingness to enter into any regu lations'tho Council may desire.. Ap plication refused, the Council having passed a resolution not to allow any shaft to be sunk on any road withinthe shire, and a previousapplication to sink a shaft on the same ground having, been rmsfsed a few months ago. From James Parr, requesting poer mission to remove the split timber on the road lending to Mr. Alex. Dick's property, and offering tob'g...

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PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT AT ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

PUBLIC "ENTIERTAINMENT. AT ELTHAM. At tli?ebon'cluiion of, the cricket seasona numiirm i ;of, the players took counsel together? 'ss 'to what steps should.bis'taken to relieve the dulness of 'tlitilong evenings of the ensuing winter season. 'A meeting was accord ingly convened to consider the subject, whenl it,was ,uianimously decideJ to hold fortnightly nmeetings for the pur poso"of giving reedings, recitations, &c. Mr C. S: 1.Wiugrov was elected Presi dent, Rbv 'J. BI Gason, Treasurer, and ,Issrs. Evans, Bourke, D. M'Ooll, 1. Jerrold, G. IIjll,,Gco. Knapman, and Win. Brown, 'members of Committee. The fii?'"of thed proposed series came offron"the:21st inst., in the wooden Iuilding', attached .to the English Church, and proved a success beyond the rpest sanguine anticipations of the promoters, the attendance being be. tween 70 and 80, and the frequent applause testifying to the satisfaction of the audience. Mr. Wingrove was in the chair, and stated that the object was not me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

Sadiii er and -Soi's ' Eucalypti S Extract. [From the "St. Louis Olinical Record," Feb. 1881.] , . SEucalyptol in Albuminuria.. By War. IIAZ.itDn, I.D., ... Prof. Princilres andtl Practice of Medi; cin hiand Clinical Medicine SL. Lutiis College of Physicians anrd Srtrgeonis. " Ye rienul,.Prof. Lonlf , Itan'r; h 1.I, ,VrL has btern enuragol for Ntllle tilhm n. v nt;-iffif¢ tlls?c'tittisUfiitirely' tim'f" drlg,~: anid ha enriaged In reporthia'rr sulli~,t thlth j.grinoa., li oi',laie of a, full 'rep rt, ht han'klilly fri'id'hrld (ho" parlicilars-' of' al ?ise whIch wicts are. under, rry town . obser. vailt in, mind. ?llhih rxrlitil my, interest oleihlrf.h" iriiktiik niiaril in' lie the Vrellna of geouhlie lrlhlt' lldeasne, hait It is ier, lhan prrohalde lhat. D)r. haisr as dll iitin?i, was thr C rarect (ua .: " ')It:, (:A~E.-A'gelllenulri, aged forty.five, was was for srverul weikrrks engaglp In the re riuoitrnitlhn of a 'hlaiting, aunitwl tra I tliu irnstllnll . explln.ed.l sewa r .ga...

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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

ANDERSON'S CREEK. ---o- (cao? out ow, conn rox?sN r.)r "c?7 ,The Hope Tunnel is now in 550. feet,, leaving the contrictors 50 feet to the. Hope slwsit to finish their contract.. The Hope? shaft has. been bailbdl/ out. and tunnelhng has been startedl froam it to meet thenmlin tunnel. I think there is very littli doubt but? in the course of a week or two thelold familiarso~lst of the stampers= will be heard, and enough stuffobtainedl to keep them going ; this in itself will do the Creek adeal of good,.nand should; the- Pig Tail be successfully floated,, something like old times may be. looked for. At present most of our miners are away at Puntont Hillamnl we aroehavilng what the Yankees term an bad time. Hoiveoer,: the startling of tholYoung. Colonial csim: will, I think, bring moyt. oftheih? a?aek, again . : '"." " iThe failure. of tliu: OrioCnt;d Bilinukiaid' the recent attonmpt. to got a run on the. Londoa C(hartered iank hass.nt effacted ius muh.; u our. lscal inosoyedi liebple or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

COACH IN G. qbe ROYAL1·M IL ! LIN EOF" COACHES .-.m. . .+ ul.({,-|,r ( a:r al . iq- + wr .? a r o'l:- . lei:'! l YAllA: FLATS, ANi, QUEENSTOWN • i',wl :, I +COAChLES: "I . Lsave lobe ,lotel, Swanston.street.' daily S 3 jie., nby way ofi lllpinton., Ivauhoe, ldidelherg, S :tlii ?Kngaroo (iroudlllll 1s 'tdii".llltl;.mWatwiwls'r Creek'' Clilstelie tJllnsi Leave YTrra: Ftla alnd :q aee?stown Eplpiig wo(;ich Ievest the Olhue 'lU el daily at i3 sIs .' Messrs:K ERR?ra and' O:o. SProprietors of, te . EWA UNBR N B E t int iform ho lnhihollant 'ofT ,Llie B. d Yale; ,rair Ftlaosaal ::vrrorsuiliigl dlistrlcn,llthatt Ihey aroInow preltll. to ,: SLUJ.PP,LY SAWX,N TIMIBER. 1' L ' "J "i n ', air t1.... , t,+i It :?.1I1?, eII , -'l' w) 1, J)i.lverrlelatIdYarra !Flats. atl 110?i:;,and. ].llydale,a. ;lia per ,l0O eet, oeperlilao,, sIrecially salelts llhilber 'fr Wi ielwrlighst Purposes,at Ia Oid per l00 'ieFel upe: 'w , Mr II. Peorrln, our Llydailo ngeol, i open to r?~ei odnlerr; whliei will 'Doet wit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 June 1884

"Ottg i ObQ tertr" gtitis - --o- 49.?t for IAss Journal, who are utolarisef to reeeley S&oerihers' Nases, Orders for? Adertiserents, Jo? PrIltisg, c.. haprs ,eem oppointed oIr the semer'altowas in awskA 'Ar paper cirrctlate, as flows .- . .. Caledonla ......... , It. SartU. Christmas Hill ... ,, Tesos. Youxs.." Diamond Creek... a. ALDont. tIttham ......... W. 1. At?u? aws reensboroogh ... ,, J. IlnDALs. Morang ........... ,, Aaasta Whittlesea......... Ms. J. Luocwoos. Warburton ........ s. E. J. UULLsr. W.ndinYallock... ,, W. BAsns. Melbourne ..... Muasas Gtonus? f(ntorc .. ,, Atmaranan & London ......... , Gnnnnes & Googi AND Soluth and Eeat Blokhe Record, Published Every Friday Morning. HARRIS, SCARCE, A CO., Proprietors. SuasscunrrTsos Three months, to advan?e, is ?il; on credit, 3a d. Six months, in advance, s a; on credit, is. Twelve mooths in advance, leO ; on credit. 140. -o- Persons wishing to becose subscriberas moay do no by sending their names in a...

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TENNYSON'S NEW POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 June 1884

TENNYSON'S NEW POEM. ----o Once more the Heavenly lower Makes all things new And dome, the red.plow'd bills With loving blue, The blackbirns have their wille, The throstle too. Opens the door in heaven From ski. of glast And Jacob's ladder fails On grenlng pas, And o'er the nountaia.walls Young angels pa?s. Before them fleets the habower, And bursts the buds And shine the level lands, And flh the floods s; The stars are from their hands Fhng thin' the woods. The woods by living airs How freshly fann'd Light sirs from where the deep All down the sand, Is breathing in his sleep, Head by the land t o follow, leaping blood Theseaon's lure I O heart, took down anl up, Serene, secure, Warm as the oeroo.cup Like snow-drop, pure. Past, future, glimpse and fade Thro' some slight spell, Some gleam from yonder vale, Some far blue fell, And sympathies, how fail, In sound and smell. Till at thy chockled note, Thou twinkling bird The fairy fancies range, And lightly stirr'l, Ring little bells of ...

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