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THE MOUNT RENNIE EXECUTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887

THE MOUNT RENNIE EXECUTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,—I see a letter in your issue of the 7th instant, signed "Young Colonial." It is a verbose, prolix, " beat-about-the- bush," "mud-slinging" affair, and I know this mud turtle will spatter me all over for attempting to come near him. But that will not stop me from trying to defend my innocent fellow creatures who have justice and mercy on their side— who are trying to protect the harmless and innocent from the attacks of murderous fiends. Your correspondent's letter can be summed up in a few words:—He believes in the crime committed by the Mount Rennie criminals, and would like to defend it, but has not the ability to do so. I would not like to say he tells untruth, but a number of his statements are cer- tainly not facts. He says that "One never hears of the forcible defilement of chaste and circumspect women," which the law courts of this and the sister colony show to be quite false. But as the law has to protect all cl...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887

NOTICE. : It having been publicly declared' that we have sold our business, we beg to notify .to our constituents and the public 'generally that SUCH IS NOT THE CASE,,and those that have done so, have undoubtedly tried to injure our position. All orders and communi. cations will be (as heretofore), ipromptly attended to. STANLEY & MUIR, Forwarding Agents,. Wodonga & Albury. Caution, TRESPASSERS are notified that ALL . CATTLE found TRESPASSING on Heekendorf's Paddock, House Cleek, will be IMPOUNDED, and all persons found tampering with .the rails will be prosecuted with the utmost severity of the '.law D. EVANS, i 'odonga Restaurant, Wodonga. To Let, frlIE . CENTRAL HOTEL, Bethaona. 1. Good opening. Licensing lday, 2 al. langatta, 20th :Jnuary. .Apply TuH SE?N mTISF.L Office. ..... W ANTED, a good LAUNDRESS. 'Apply. Allen's Terminus Hotel, Wodong. DR LANDYOIGT. (Formerly Consulting Medical Officer to the : Bondigo Hospital), CAN be consulted daily at his residence HIG...

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DEATH OF MR. H. M. KEIGHTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887

DEATH OF MR. H. M. KEIGHTLEY   Profound regret was expressed through- out Albury on Monday, on it being announced that Mr H. M. Keightley, police magistrate, had died late on Satur- day, near Sale. The deceased gentleman was on leave of absence, and had pro- ceeded to Gippsland Lakes for the benefit of his health, which had been failing for some time. He, about a week ago, put up at Mr Thomas's Victorian hotel, at Latrobe Bridge, near Sale, and on Thurs- day last he had to take to his bed, and, despite the attention of Drs. M'Donald and M'Lean, he succumbed as stated. Although Mr Keightley had been suffering for some time from diabetes, his demise at so early a date after having left Albury was quite unexpected, although his relatives were prepared for the worst on receipt of a telegram on Saturday stating that he was dangerously ill. Mrs Keightley and one of her four sons at once left for Sale, but it was impossible for them to arrive in time to be with Mr. Keightley i...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887

Mobongit & "otuong ~Bztincl . -t "Awakeol Arise I Or be for ever fallen!" , --MuIIoI. TIUIUSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1887. TuIE praiseworthy and gentlemanaly rulo from which "T er Majesty's Opposition" in the Victorian Parlia moent appear never to deviate is 'i Oppose every Govermuent measure tdoth and nail, without regard to its nature." If thie profound wisdom of a SoLoos or a SoOLN, and the keen insight of a PITT, were embodied in a proposal emanating from the Treasury benches, that proposal would he ferociously attacked and decried by the forlorn politicians who, like NIMRnoD of old, are mighty hunters-for place! Truly, their belief must be strong in that text which imadeo the " Whig Bible" famous - "Blessed are the PLACE makers." We do not by any means intend to aflirm that the ancient sages, or the Great Commoner above mentioned, are in any danger of having their memories and fame "snuffed out" by the wisdom and perspicacity shown by the GILLe.se-DEAiC.I Govern ment. But the M...

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FAREWELL TO MR. J. MARSHALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

FAREWELL TO MR. J,>MARBJIALL,, On Wednesday evening pbqut..twctiy fiv cgoitlemeno, mostly nimebers 'of the Bolvoir Lodge,' I.0O.O.":, risembled 'at the Victoria hotel, Wodonga, to say fare well to Mr J. Marshall, who for solme considerable tioe lhas boon associated with this` fortuines .of thu .lbdge, and litterly has acted 'i sourietary. Advan tage was also taken of thi opportunity to take leave of Bro. W. Silkh, another prominent Oddfellow,owhoso projected do parturo was pot ,announced snfliiently early to allow of aniy recognitidn of his services. The chair was occupied by the N.G., Bro. S. Mason, the vice-chair being filled by the P.G., Bro. J. Fitzgibbon. An elegant table had been prepared by Mrs Johnston. Full justice having been ,dboeo.to .the .good things, and theusual. loyal toasts having been honored, the chairman, in a very complimentary speech, proposed "Our Guest," and referred to. the active intereost taken by Mr Marshall in all affairs connected with tihe lodgo. As...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, Wholesale and Retail BU T C H E R. The oldest-eatablished. Butchery in Wodonga. MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. ' Smal Goods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. Albiirj and Wodonga Coach Factory.. E. C. ELLIS, - OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he s prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY' DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Both at Albury and Wodonga. Repairs neatly executed. Alfwork guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH : STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he has opened a Tinsmith's Shop in the premlseslately used as Tee SsortnuL Office. TANKS!. TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths!I Baths ! Baths!. Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. ,USICI MUSIC i MUSIC I! Professor L. Iverson (Of the ienna Conservatoire of Music), Visits I ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. . "Live, and Let Li...

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

COM MERCIAL. 'Vh WODONGA. Tho following are the latest quota. tions : Flour, £12 10s per ton Wheat, b5 per bushel White oats, 4s per bushel Brown oats, 3s 3d per bushel Cape barley, 31 0d per bushel, •',ifigliat burloe;, ds poiib'elil :, '", i"" Bran, is per bushel1 Pollard, Is, per bushel Clhff,-5-`'er ton : .:9 ? Hay, £6 10 per ton Potatoes (Warrnambool), £0 per ton Peas, 4s 3d per bushel Maize, 4s per bushel Barley, 3d per lb. Butter (fresh), 10d per lb Eggs, 10d per dozen Butter (potted), Ol'per lb

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

A Chance for the.Working Clrasee 'of Victoria, and all who ,wih to Save or Make Money. IMPORTANT NOTICE. LAVERTON THE New and Model Suburb of Melbourne. ALLOTMENTS, £10 AND £15 EACH. 5s per Lot Deposit. Balance, 5S per'Lot per Month, with Interest at 6 per cent. Free Deeds to Buyers of 6 lots, and an eleventh lot gven in to buyers of 10 lots, a well as Free d. Cost of Deeds to Buyers of any number of lots less than 5, only £2 10s in full. Title, Crown Certificate, the beat in the world and the only title beyond all dispute. As Land at Laverton Is RISlnor IN VALUZ every day, the vendors see that consequently the payments are sure to be kept up, and that they run no risk in giving the very easiest terms which can possibly be deslred. They have therefore deelded to offer terms which have never before been equalled in the world, viz.: 5s per Lot Deposit. Balance, 5s per Lot per Month. As the Price of all Unsold Lots is shortly to be raised to £15 and £20 each, selection should be made a...

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MR MOULDER EXPLAINS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

MR M?OULDER EXPLAINS. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Stni,-I ant not accountablo for your error in reporting what I said when res piohding to the toast" Prosperity to this district." What I said wasathat Wodonga ought to occupy about the same positionl 'a Allury,, nad that Albuiy would be albout half its presenot size, if, we liadý justico done us. by, the Customy Depart ment. Your correspondent "Federalist" appears to be a good hand at "pen badgering." I have found that those who are ashamed ,f their names and assume . heo:ade pliume are. very apt at mud throwin'g. Thero is a cprtaunty theykrotain some 'of that delectable mixture thlmn solves.' Ac to the public spirit of the in habitants of Albury, of which I was a resident some years ago, he is mistaken if he thinks 1 do not appreciate them for it. I haivedoieo so scores of times, an1 only wish a small modicum of their spirits were instilled in our townsmenr at tiimes. Ydour townsmen have overstepped the bounds and tried their le...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 18th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

WODtON A SHIRE COU)jOIL. .I ToESDAY, 18th JAN?suY.~ Pr-esent-The pIresident (Cr J. Barnm brick), Cra T. Johnston, J. Boyel, T. Street, and J. Bassett. MI NUTIL. The minutes of the previous and special meetings were read and confirmod. INTRODUCTION. The president introduced the new Shire engineer, Mr A. C. lMiclie, to the council. Cr Street, at the request of the president, then occupied the chair. COILRRPON DENCU. From the Public Health Departmient, enclosing forms &c., for report, of. local board of health, and requesting that such forms'ahould be speedily returned to the Central Departmenut, at blulbourne.-Re ceived. From the Treasury, in connection with the Licensing Act 185j, No. 887, enclosing forms for remittance of fees.-Received. From the Government Statist, for warding documents, and asking statistics to be forwarded as requested. From the shire secretary, offering to collect the agricultural statistics for the shire of Wodonga for the sumis of £5 and an amnount equ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST TO HIAND 1 . . .4. *.... FANCY GOODS. FANCYFGOODSAN FANCY GOODS, SUITABLE EF1OBIRTHDAY AND WEDDING PRESENTS, : . :" PL':,l~,'XTN'AND IFANCY STATIMN ER y Ci: e::? llery Description for? Saf ' " JOB, PRINTING: Exetuted ii the Best Style at the Shortest , Notice in Gold or Colors. BOOKBINDING Best Quality and at Lowest Rates . rn ' r m ' - , " I . N, ,, ,::NTI'NEL OFFICE, r : ; co : WDEAN "STREET, CO.HEN + :ALBURY, '1 ' 11011 (BETiVEEN BANK OF 'AUSTRALASi?AAND "BORDER POSTD" OFFICE,) ESTABLISlII)E 1870, YATCHIIIAKER, JEWELLER, & OPTICIAN,: TIT.ISHESto inform his numerous friends and patrons that he has VValways on hand a large and choice selection of Gold and Silver. WATCIHES, JEWELLERY, AND' CLOCKS, All of the most unique and latest style, which for quality and price cannot be equalled in the district, as importing and purchasing for, cash enables him to give the public special value. A SPECIALITY-ROTHIERIHAM'S SILVER LEVERS (guaranteed three ,, ar.), fro...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be ever fallen!" MILTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

RIobongit & ioluong cntitcl. Awake I Ariso ! Or be for ever fallen ! --MLTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY ?21, 1887. Is a so-called free country like Aus tralia it is a remarkable circumstance to note the long-suffering of the colo nial public under certain petty restric tions which would most assuredly lead to demonstrative conduct on the part of any other Englishl-speaking com munity. This apparent supineness, we regret to notice more in the rising generation than in the older colonists, and we think it may be owing to a dependent spirit which is growing up an inclination to trust too6 much to "the powers that be." It may be duo also to the knowledge that as every tlhing has turned out right in the end hitherto, and as nobody has as yet been hurt much in life, limb, or estate, even by the archmischief-maker, Parliament, there is not really any cause for alarm. It is possible that the feelings of re spect and awe. which the publio hold towards the Press and the impression thlit it is t...

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TALLANGATTA LAND BOARD. TUESDAY, 18th JANUARY. (Before Messrs Lane and Stewart, Land Officers.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

,. TALLANGA T'TA .LAND .BOARD. S TUESDAY, 18th JANUARY. (Before Messrs lasn and Stewart; Land O.2 Oflicers.) .' The following appliscations weoro hoard and disposed of. The blocks recoam mended are subject to a refereuco to the Mining and Water Supply Departments: A APr'LIs?TIb'UNs)Ei 3S:ib SEcTION, Li?D'Ar, 1884. John' M'Carthy, '915a; .Bcrringama.' Refused Daniel Dwyer, 960a, Borringama, Postponed Patrick Toomoy, 960a, Borringanma. Pbstposned :Emily A. Bear, 1000a, Cauabore. Re fused William Wheeler, 640a, Colac Colac. Recommended', 3 r . I, Joohn Land, jun., t00a, Cudgowa. P6st poned ,Agnes Parker, 810a, Dorchap... Ru? commended James loncrieff, 820a, Dorchap. Post poned AlexandoerII Moncrieff, 820a, Dorchalp. Postponed Georgo Hoomponstall, 620a, Jingellic. 'Recolended .. ... William Goodwin, 900a, Ke langio. Postponed Susan Poulton, 400a, Koelangie. Re commenl.ded VYm.E. Road, .9O0a, Kootong. Post poned , John Seeley, 830a, Kootong. Post poned Patrick Toomey, 1000a, Kootong. .Ro...

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A BIG LAND SCRAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

A BIG LAND SCRAMBLE       Forty-nine applications were lodged for block 59, Bonegilla, and the whole of the applicants, save one, appeared at the Wodonga Land Board on Wednesday. Messrs Lane and Stewart, land officers, presided, and two of the applicants— Messrs Flanagan and Maginness—were represented by Messrs P. J. Berry Clinch and F. H. Tuthill respectively. John Bassett was the first applicant called. He said he was a tobacconist, at Wodonga. Had no selection in Vic- toria, but had selected land in New South Wales. Had six in family. Julia Bownds, a married woman, was the mother of a large family.   W. R. Bownds was a single man, 18 years of age, and was agreeable, if he were successful in obtaining the block, to make a home of it.   John Brown, of Bonegilla, was a miner and a bachelor. He had until lately re- sided at the Dark River. He intended to take out a agricultural license if he secured this block. He had b...

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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

GUNDOWRING. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   The "heat wave," as the late visita- tion of the tropical weather has been poetically termed by one of the metropo- litan journals, did not altogether neglect this outlying hamlet. But the heat in this district is as nothing compared to that experienced in the open, parched plains in the north and north-west of the colony, where the nights are almost as hot as the days, and where the unfortunate farmers and laborers are obliged to work in the harvest field with the thermometer indicating sometimes as high as 120° in the shade. This temperature seems to me to be fit only for the gentleman black-fellow, whose full dress consisted of a bell-topper, a pair of braces, and a pair of spurs; or for the Zulu chief, who, on occasions of "awfalatate," appeared before his envious followers in a complicated costume com- posed of jack boots and a grenadier's cap. Nearly all the hay or corn in this vici- nity has been cut and most of it stac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

PRINCE OF- WALES' HALL, .. WODONGA: No Disappointment this Time FRIDAY EVENING, 21sT JANUARY. MR :D. PARRY WILL OIV III;IREAT/ i : I IuE CURE-ENTIRTAINMENT .: . itled . , "CHARACTER' KETCHIES ,FROM :. *.. .CIAELES DICKENS.." A Grand Procession; of Dickensonian Cha rfclers.. DAVID EVANSj) ' . will prealide. Admnision-0nd slilling. ' - Begins at' ight' . . Church;i off England, .Wodonga. OTICE is hereby iven that a MEET. ING of SUBSCRIBERS to St. Lilko's Church will bo held in the church on Wednesday, 26th Jinuary, at eight p.m. Business-The election of a board of guardians for the current year. S ARTHUR J. DREWETIT Iucunmbent. NOTICE. It having been publioly declared that we havo sold our business, we beg to notify to our constituents and the publio generally that SUCIH IS NOT THE CASE, and thoso that have done so, have undoubtedly tried to injure our position. All orders and comimnni cationa will be (as heretofore), promptly attei:ded to. STANLEY & MUIR, Forwarding Agents, S...

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LAND NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

LAND NOTICES. The occupation of the undermentioned Crown lands may be continued: Joseph Hanson, and James Wheeler, 9,020a, Adjie Jno. Woodside, 5,400a, Barwidgee. Jas. Shelley, 4,303a, Camborne North David Norrie, 9,080a, Cudgewa. Thos. Robertson, 2,800a, Dederang North Chas. Henry Barber, 5,693a, Gundow. ring Andrew Paton, 15,500a, Tallandoon John Geo. Dougharty, 6000a, Jingellic Alexr. Stewart, 7520a, Keelangie Simon Whitehead, 6000a, Lucy Vale Fredk. Roper, 1000a, Mount York Henry Joseph Bowler, 15,000a, Mitta Mitta, No. 1. Charles Wheeler, 8900a, Nariel Andrew Paton and Sons, 3800a, Noorongong, West John G. Dougharty, 600a, Redbank Alfred C. Ibbotson, 21,470a, Tawonga Thomas Whitehead, 2,600a, Wabba Jno. Robinson and Gee. Nicholson, Yackandandah, No 1. Alexr. M'Combie, 3000a, Yackandandah No. 2. LICENSES APPROVED. Edward Williams, 10a, grazing block 9036, Tallangatta Robert Hanna, 25a, grazing block 3036,   Tallangatta J. M'Auliffe, grazing block 3050 Yackan dandah ...

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TOWONG TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

TOWONG TURF CLUB   The following nominations, have been received by the hon. secretary (Mr J. Dobinson):-               SIRES PRODUCE STAKES, 1880. Paton Bros. b c, by Riverton - Vanity Paton Bros, b or br c, by Riverton Eppie Paton Bros.' b c, by Riverton: Mavis Paton Bros.' br c, by Riverton : Mabel Paton Bros. b f, by Riverton : Bonnie Mary Paton Bros.' br or gr c, by Riverton : Mary Gray Paton Bros.' br f, by Riverton : Hilda Jas., Findlay's b f, by Buzz : Hesperia Jas. Findlay's br by Buzz : Lola Jas. Findlay's b c, by Buzz : FIo Jas. Findlays br c, by Glenmarkie: Sly Boots Jas. Findlay's- by Buzz: Earine Jae. Findloy's--, by Buzz, Zitania Thos. B. Waters' b c, by Glenmarkie: Nyanza Thos. B. Waters' ch o, by Kinlg William: Destiny . Wm. Wheeler's (jun.) b f, by Buzz: Bonnie Carlisle mare John Waters' c, by Helmet: Fearless R. S. Sheather's b c, by Holmet: Bonnie Blue Thos. Wh...

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ODDFELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 January 1887

ODDFELLOW SHIP. The opening of the Loyal Tallangatta Lodge; No.6513, M.U.I.O.O.F., took place in the Court-house on Tuesday afternoon, shortly after the arrival of the District Officers from Beechworth. P.P.G.M. Stewart acted as N.G., P.G.M.     Ranard as G.M., P.G. Channon as V.G., P.C.S.; Cunningham as secretary, P.G. Las, celles as warden, Bro Scobie as conductor, and P.G. Marshellsea as Outside Guardian. After the formal opening of the Lodge, the Following new members were introduced and dul initiated:-Messrs A. P. Hennessy, C. Janks, G. H. Ballard, T. Ballard, Jas. Grant, E. Henty, W. Carkeek, J. Campbell, J. Mather, D. Lynch, jun., W. Ried, and Jno.A. Grant. Pv. G. M. Rannard then gathered the newly -made brothers before him, and pre sented them with the dispensation granted for establising the lodge. The following lodge, officees were -then elected - Bro. Marshellsea , N.G.; Bro. MatherV.1; Bro enty, scoretaryg Bros.   'Jae. \rauoM'. Bed...

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THE GRANYA AGONY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

.THE GRANYA AGOrY., .; TO TOH EDITOIU OF THE SENTINEL. - _..Sin,---1aving read Mr J. T. Bato'f letter ,oin the subject of your Graunya *corrdspondent, :lmust boliueu that the .ihlt aild' lai.tid weather that ho speaks of .must indeed, have a great effect upon hiin., I was int surprised. after reading lhil effusion, at his using tlh words. "Tofilhd that uveryonlois not affected like nmyself." It would, I might add, be a great calamity if they wero, for' he, like others before lJiil, does not setum to o understand what hu writes, much less what hoi talks abou,. There is a great deal to refute in Mr J. T. Batu's correspondence, but I will simply oonlilue myself as closely as cireumstainces will permit to deal with lint part of i ddruessed to " Upper Murray," as I could not taku the :responsibility of thinking ind judging for other men as he has dlone. Mr B. states li is sorry for me, and says I know nothing of the facts. In the first ldacu; I wonder how far his symppathy for iiu would ...

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