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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

SCHEDULE A.-(RULE 4.)"~ ' Notice of Application for Gold S .. Mining Lease. I THE andersigned, hereby give notice that, within six days from the date herof. I will leave with the Warden of the ,tlgll,1 i DoV.ivl of It. An\idrews, an applies. tion for na Gold Mining Lease, the particulars whereof are hereuuder set forth : Name in full of each applicant, with tte full address of each, and style under which it is intended that the business shall Thomas Talbot, Reefton, prr Yarra. be carried on .........hoaT Extent of ground applied for, and whether o or below the 17 acres 3 roods 15 perche surface, or both. or a lode ............ . Name of each person (it any) who is in occupation of the lani None. Minimum number of men to be employed ......... ......... For first 6 months 4 men. Subscuently,when iffull work, 6 men. Precise locality of tile grouond ......... ......... Muddy Creek, Upper yares. Term required ........ ......... ......... Fifteen sears. Time of com.mencing operations ».. ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

Commercial. July 2. Vegetables.. Artlchokls, Id per th ilent, Idi to 9d per do zen lienuo, kidney, 3d to 4d per lb I ahlstu.s, I, to u2s U(d ter ,Ito Carruos, tt to 8d pe-r dlozenl bnches UCnutlllouers, is to 3s 0d per dlon Celery, 2s to 49 per dozen bticks Stouin?ellrsa,dl Ito ls tpr doz." tGarlic, Gd to 8d per lb S Letlttes, 3d to dI per dozen S Leeks, ld to &t Iper dozen bunches 'lint, lid per dezecn bunches tUoiuol, its to Is per cwt . o'L (0Isl , Is to 49 ?61 per owl llthuorb, Is to 2s gI per don bunches 'Iolumntoes, 4s to ho per IIushel TLi'nlps, 8d to Ind per dozen bunches Vegetable Marnrows, id to Is per doa Fruit : Apples, dessert, It to 12t per btuhel Apples, cooking, ts to `t ,4l do Lemons, Is to tIs per dozen Pears, dl to 4d per lb Dairy Produce: - Iacon, 8d to tOt per lt Ilutter,l s 81to 1s01 per Ib Cheese, fid to &d per lb Eggs, Is ltd to Is r doze ini: , 11-? to Is pTerlb. '" ens,, to 4s per pair . . trk, Gd to do to er lb " I -- - rblth-ttoo tuerepotr...

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 — 4 July 1884

CUT THIS OUT. To the Publisher of the " Evelyn Observer." aclosmed 4And may sabecrlptim for months to the Evans Ossaaysa, apn supply m with Uame until coustermmode4. N .. .. . .. .......... .........» .......*..* ........-....... ......r ..* ..* .. ,. ..r.«...... d I4....... ......0.»....- ,-.............................. 0......... ...°.... .. 8 r?c!riso, (in Rdanoe) 28 ( 4 er Quarter, Peliypred or Paot b'ree pt O.s??m is Circulated throughout the whole Co nty of Evelyn, and boqs o East a!d Sotth Bolrir AND. -- 8ouh & aw East Boeirkc-iadord;, Published' Every Friday Mornihng. HARRIS, SCARCE, ai CO.. Proprietors:. Thoee months, to adace, hid e:o malth, Twelve moothe, inUadwselOet cm onUd1.. .4.. -o- Fersoou wlshinl to become subs·ralk may doo bh hdling thlrals m t.**l lu ime to Ste ocle. Those wishing to dbioutllon eub.. srlbers mut glve written notie to, thla elect amspy all at I neai . Adveritiaments:-Tw-nty words, 4, one, lInertion, I., r to to so words, ft. r perlnoh,, t...

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 — 4 July 1884

.de -ancd Son's l.Ecalypti S . Extract. '-IFrooni the "'St. Lotuis fltnitlal record," .. .. . Feb. 18 1S.1 w.-.Eucalyptol in Alblmlinuritt. - By R'3. IfAz.tnt, 1.1)., Pro'f. Prin'ipleos nit Prai tce, of' Meilit cite uand C linllic ll ,l,,dici m, 11t. LouiT s College of PJhysicias nail SutigeoIs. S Y firhnl*, 1't . t I. ui Iiato r. M.II . tl l s ie , ia , etniel iu ior m 'II , tilm Ill - v,,,.{tih.qihn this rmlot.i.i l'{lr Newu. ,drulg, 1111. hafl eltl?rge I oi re',rt lhit rl'., lts loo tlhis' ba" l. k Ilt f nll illlll' (III i Il a ri. l 1tii of i c:a iie wi ta lr'tiho itder Ialy ol' Wi choir. it'tivi, 311, whiilh ecluit imy entereot, S" ri.trllll '. The 1i11 d) emlll il "l tihu the vi' ila! o' f tE unet Itriihtt't d(ll..lse, lnt it' 3'`i l (tll - 4- ?'nllt'llletoi t , 11?.rI forte-.'filre: we on.?forverall +l itl ihll l . in o ipti l, I'n the IIIi : o I ?lo IIty expoa In wi.. ves emi. Verillllyli+ n . hiasth'i fiiiit i i 'O .wih i ii t prn? nunt r t'"1 1 it . if ie . ofl. . ivr"l hi...

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 — 4 July 1884

+I' tA i' lli!1.1 11"1t'/;,:t., 71...rROY AL MAIL 1'LIN.E OF' CO'ACHES, ' I lli4A3l. If'I 1. 7 . ,~ A't "U1 flSOW COACIIeIIA "11 '1'Leave lobe U tllotd Yf oil'~IstCCet, daili) 7 if.:t 8op i. i b) .1103 -at. AlIflfiiit~ta Iif ue . t+io /,u", lli'idilhe: " ' lr". Itl)Hift,. 'K ifnirolt tirluulii, nl ]idI ton'1f lull Vintol ol Ir}e :, (;1Iti'Iliiiio f h . .l n !', brut Fu ' Lf I p QucIitoIe Ii Ipliigitil leaves the Globe oe n ll~u /,1 :iflll1I.*'j ,I ~l1 ' Hnl it lv , tr IY1· : "' I· ,.". I" '' U7!" : r K1Ii RR and' I ''CO. .11(1 i i , --- Proprietors 6f tie;I ':I " II I I " ..1 ftd 'Or soy diI sstideitis ant ofIJLU! the IlillY. · I1uIývu Pilr ýu k' iriq ý'ff:!ý '11luelluloylC I 71111? I u." r .- at, t , : at Ifl. and 3Z Ivfurp l tec tll; tilid Iier Ito k lo{eujFt Ihu ''' t!, rt iietlit ililýlip yfr Ion rc n 4 1 , 1.01111LLI 11 iA ivol dip'icit ii A I 'il~fTiii ut lr:; itIf ;, 'iii' .,iie fJ I on e d of th'hi'lt'c iat 1.7s uC." 7'Dr ' vhrw' st' l II arr " Flat', t 104, and "r r:",.n7. ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

b. ýgeoubtnlbru srneru r. 'Published Eresy Friday. FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1884. Tus third session of the twelfth Parlia ment of Victoria is how in the fourth week of its existence, and yet little or nothing has been acconiplishod. The address in reply to the Acting Governor's speech was discussed for six long nights, not on its merits, but as a means for exploding seven months' corked up gas. Not one wolrd was uttered against any measure mentioned in the address. And now this is out of the way, the same useless tactics are used while pretosding to be discussing the Federation Ques tion. Our readers will remember that delegates from each of the Australasian colonies, including New Zealand and Fiji, met in Sydney in the latter end of November last year, when certain re solutions were agreed to, we believe unanimously. It was also agreed that those resolutions-the object of which was to. federate the colonies, or, in other words, to unite together for the purpose of self-defence in the case o...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, June 30. The ordinary meeting of the above   Council was held in the Shire Hall, Templestowe, on Monday last, there   being present—Crs. Smedley (Presi- dent), Laidlaw, Dowd, Hutchinson, Smith, Petty, and Williamson. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Central Board of Health, con-   cerning the suppression of steam whistles. As this matter did not affect the Shire, no action was taken. From Chief Secretary's Office, draw- ing attention to the necessity of ar- ranging alphabetically in its entirety of names on the voters' lists. It was stated that this was the ordinary course adopted by the Secretary. Received. From D. Bennett, secretary of the Leopold Working Men's College, Trades Hall, Melbourne, stating the aims of the society, and soliciting dona- tion. Received on the motion of Crs. Dowd and Williamson. From Public Works Department, stati...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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A STOICAL PARROT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 July 1884

A STOICAL PAtROT. -0-- No bolder skipper sailed the sea Than Tom, the stoic named ; The darling of his crew was he, And far and wide was famed. At winds and waves he'd mocking laugh, Though they his barque might shatter; IIe'd say, as though such things were chaff, " Al well it makes no matter." On board with Tom was sailor Poll A bird of wondrous powers ; Who by her speech and antica droll Oft cheered his idle hours. From morn till night on deck she'd play Loud pipe, and scream, and chatter ; And come what might, like Tom she'dsay, " Ah well, it makes no matter." Becalmed was Tom one voyage long, In treacherous tropic seas, Days came and went-with mirth and song, For luck and favouring breeze In vain he spread the flapping sheet, That dangled like a tatter, While Poll would oft' and loud repeat : "Ah well, it makes no matter." But famine sore began to reign Among the hapless crew, For foMo theysearchedandsearchedin vain. The vessel through and through. From Tom's bright eye the fir...

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 — 11 July 1884

TO TIHE EDITOR OP THOE EVELYN OnBSERVEtR. Sir,-I accept the diclaimer of " Salter's Gully," though I may say tlhat I did not for one moment cntertain the feeling that lie in tended to do me any injury ; the tone of his last letter, however, enables me to see thllnt I have made an unintentioonl impreusion. My only object in writing in the firnt instance wso simply to corrcct hlis figures in connection with the Queenstown State School. I do not intend to enter into an argument with "anlter's oully" re the merits ordc merits of compettiive as compared with result exminatlions. Everyone is at liberty to enjoy his own opinion, and supposing it were possible, I have no wish to rob my friend of tihe enjoyment of his opinion. There is a hearty ring about his last letter which I really appreciate. Trusting that these lines will undeceive " Salter's Gully," and thanking you in anti cipation for tile insertion of the same, I am, Yomo faithfully, IIEtRMANN LAMPE. Freshwater Creek, July Ist, 188...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications hearing 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 — 11 July 1884

Correspondence. ---0- Without endorsing the opinions of our cor respondents, 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 laith. TQ THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVEH. Sie,-I saw from remarks in your paper sfter the Clough benefit ball held at Mrs. Weller'*, your suggestion to the Annual Ball Committee to take immediate steps for the erection of a hall on Kangaroo Ground' I think after the last annual ball held at Mr. Andrew's, there was a building com mittee appointed to see to and undertake the erection of such a building. As one of the first preliminaries was the securing of a suitable site for such a purp.ose, it was ad vi.ed that they should wait on .me. I need searcely say such an interview never took place. Being one of the old identities of the Kangaroo Ground, though...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 July 1884

TO TiE EDITORI OF TlE EVF.LYN OBSIVIYtVit SBr,--As rule I am strongly oplposed to newspaper controversy, but an I flll that sly estetmed filends Me.ars. II. IMlspo lintld C. Prince have rushled Into that region where it is proverbitlly supposed that " Angels ftar to tretld," Ind In o oinllg hIav inadvertently or utltlrwtls troddlln upn Illy loel, I amii It nelt.duotcll courucei to whiel any quilt it retunt. And to begin-l wish to retuln ltOy iloiSt sitcclre thu hnk tIl my unknown tilend, " Halltr's Gully," for thet go?a opinion I has, tand Is inot afralil to promulglte, oft isult fi s a ttmn tand tlly abilltles a It teitoeilr, aidti I llIpr!chlto his opinitln all theu mllr Ibecause IIo ciknow. ledges and states that I hIvo mily ftlolti$. Now, in ily opinion It lt a11 withlout fuittt (Is too good for this world andllll utItt to ble oute of It as soon its possblt, tso I ditlllt till ttie faults "llttr's (ullly" may attribut to ine, proviinlg I still enjoty tlhu c?teullt ho seelas to e...

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 — 11 July 1884

TO TiE EDITOIR OP TIIM EVELTN ODSnRVER. Sir,-- aitn sorry that I have been the couse of bringing down the wrath of Mr. Prince, I.be toecher of Panton Hill school, upoll a in Ilnocunt hetad. It will be seen by Mr. Prince's letter in last week's Observer that he ecuses tile parents of the children attending his school of malieiously preveot. ing his gaining a higher percentage. If it is a fact that those perverse people out off their noses to spite their faces it is only re-,onable to suppose that some small blame was on the other side. In my humble opinion it Is always a susplicious eircumstance when a teacher faill out with all his neigh bours. I believe Mr. Prince had some dllf iulty also in getting on with the inspectors as well as with the Department of Education. lie will, under these conditions, pardon me for not mentiolning his name in my former ,letters as a comparison, it his e so it would have been ulnlfir. As regards Mr. Prince's championsbip of another teacher, I must dis...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 July 1884

To Correspondents. IT Is reqIusted that Leotters artl other lolmunieuations inltelndled for Iener. tiol in the nlew culut?tus he addressed to the Iitor. To aroll |feonvcnilernce I?n delay all husiness conluonlzll ,ttinRs inCludil or. ders for thle jpaper, advertisement, nland remlllttalesa sHoulid he addressed to thi Ipublishers, lHarris. Searve, aIl1 ('C. P?ay.lltsa IIo he mae bll y post. oilli?e order, h?nlk draft, or Victorlau poastage Otamllls

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 July 1884

ELTIAM. Judging from the attendance, the fortnightly entertainments in this town ship scout to be getting more and more in favour. Tlhe room at the last moeeting, Ju'y 2nd, being inconveniently crowded aill n numober of personahaving to con toent thlensolves with standing outside the building. The proceedings on this occasion were opened by a solo. oi the violin by Mr. E. Bettison, who was well received. Mr. Win. Brown made his first appearance, singing " Kitty Wells" and " Tie Young Recruit" ins manner that gave great satis'action. Mr. James Poulter, who was sntfl'ering from extreme nervousness, sang in a very pleasant manner, "Jeannette and lJennot." Mlr. T. Bourke sang with mouch humour Susannalh Mc.\lanus," and recited a piece entitled the "Bar rel of Pork." Mr. George Hill also recited, in his usual efficient style, two pieces, "how to save £1000," and "T'he Tinker and the Glazier." Mr. Laurest sang "Don't go yor," and "Oh, didn't it make mne laugh," which nmdo the audience lau...

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 — 11 July 1884

CUT THIS OUT. To the Publisher of the " Evelyn Observer." Eaclosed dd £ : .my subscription for months to the EKvnvp Ousnav;e, sad supply me with same until countermanded. Adf dr........m................. ......-. ........ SpuiSeRIsIQI, (in advance) 28 Od per Quprter, Deliyered or Poet Free The QTnsa?vl is Circulated throughout the whole County of Evelyn, and pQrtiqGe of Egat and South Boyqde. AND. South and East Bourke Reemor.d Published Every Friday Morning:. HARl$, SCARCE, & CO.. Proprietors.. SU~scanrITION r Thre6 months, in advance, B9 6d S on caedt.,, 3a 64. 81ix months, in advance,: s i on credit, 7.. Twelve months, Inadvance, 10s I. on credit.. IUn. -0 Persons wishing to become subscribers m'ay do so by sending their names in at any time to this onffie. Those wishing to discontinueo sub scribers must give written notlfe to thal elfect and pay up all areae. Advertisemenlta :--wenty words, for one Insertion, In. ; 20 to u0 words,2. t pen; noh, Is. o0. 1 births, marriage...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 July 1884

Ti) CtiRzi: SPO '0 IVTS. Tue utmodst fmeedia contten ot witlh tho public iuiteresl1 u'illharedo I Inorr opon. dent, oftll classes, lout no conCtt rianfltuou spill wutader aty pciunntarrres be itnuerted, unleus auithntiected by lhe rent name ai d address tf the writer, whgichl suil he regarde'd so striuctly coatfideguttal, and serre aisa guarantee of ayoonjaith. We cannot be hoeld resuonstle for teo opinihns ecjpresert 14 rerrsjuunets,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ENTERTAINMENT AT QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 July 1884

ENTERTAINMEENT T QUEENS TOWN. A most successful entertinment, both ias regards the financial arrange ments andt the quality of the eventa rendered, took place according to posters issued from this otlice on the evening of Friday, July 4th. It must be noted however that though it was held or given on the nuniversary of American Illnidlndenoc,it had notthiug to do with the ceulerution of that event ; neither was there any Yankeo ism about. Our reporter saya that the events catl e so quick upon one another that each see med to surplss the other in giving enjoyment. lie also says that the lamps wsre so bright, the men so genial,and the ladies (bless thela)so smiling, tlhat te comphltely lost hishead andl eatot give a detailed account of the proceedings, but furnishes uis with the following summary :-At the ap pointed hour Mr. It. J. Harris took the chair (not by storm you know, but e.r ofticio) aund after it few brief, but perti nelot, retmrkls called ont Messrs. C. Calldwll andt J. Slo...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Bad and Worthless [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 July 1884

The Bad ?nd Worthles are never imitatet or resiterfeied. This is especially true of a family mediene, sad It is positive proof that the remedy ~mieedl a of the highest value. As soon as it had been tested and proved by the whole world that Hop Bittern was the purest, best sad most valuable family medicine on earth, many imitations sprung up and began to steal the" notices in which the press and the people of the country had expressed the merits of H. B,. and in every way trying to induce saferlng invalldk to use their stuff Istead, expecting to make money on the credalit and good name of H. B. Many others started nostrums put up in similar style to It B., with variously devised name in which the word " Hop" or " Hops" were used in a way to induce people to believe they were the same as Hop Bitters. All such pretended remedies or cares, no, matter what their style or name is, and es.. pecially those with the word "Hop" or. "Hope" in their name or in any way con. nected with them or t...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, July 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 July 1884

ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. "ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, July 7th. The ordinary meeting of the above Council was held in the Council OChambers, Kangaroo Ground, all the members being present with the excep tion of Crs. Armstrong and M'Adam. The minutes of tile previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENOE. From Cr. T. Armstrong, stating he haid attended to the Secretary's letter . in regard to taking possession of and relieving Mr. J. Taylor of land leased himii by the Council, known as Peck's land. From T. Clements, Yarra Fiats, re- I iquiring, further information before stating compensation required by him for land for road. t'he Secre 'tary'stated that he had replied. Fron Sone, stating that if the whole ,of the land wits taken he would require + £100. and if a chain wide only, £20. In upholding the high price (£100) lihe stated that it was worth even more for a business site. Cr. Lowman explained that Clements had no wish to prevent the road from pIassing through his ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 July 1884

CIIAPTI? R IX. Gerald Stewart and his fcend Temple were standing on the bridge in front of "The C(hequers," discussing what their inext step should be, when a ragged-looking boy came up. and, touching his brimless hat, exclaimed, "Mistcr Stooart, sur -" "My name is Stewart, my boy," answered Gerald. "Then hero be a letter for you, sur," said the boy. And pulling a note out of his pocket, he handed it to our hero, and walked away. Tearing open the envelope, Gerald read as follows :-= "To Gerald Stewart, Esq. (Private.) " SIl, "In the interest of justice and fair play, I have made up my mind to tell you all I know concerning the fate of Miss E. T., and to give evidence whereby site can be set at liberty, and R. W. and his son be properly punished. " If you are dasirious of hearing what I have to say, meet me to-night, at midnight, on the river bank, by the old tree which stands albout two miles from "The Chequers," towards Erith. Come alone, or I shall not be visible. I will whistle w...

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