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TRUCKING YARDS FOR BETHANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

TRUOKING YARDS FOR BETIIANGA. A publio meeting was hold in the Bothanga Hall on Saturday evening last to take into consideration the obtaining of trucking yards for Bothanga, and to take thoe necessary steps to urgo on tihe Commissioners of Railways the advisa hility of establishing such yards near Foard's. Mr W. Ellis, J.P., was voted to the chair, and with him on the plat form were MesArs J. Pooley, J.P., S. J. Nichol, and J. Searlott. Mr Ellis oponed the meeting by reading the notice con vening it. He then called on Mr Scar lett to address the meeting, who tabled the first resolution, as follows :-"That in the opinion of this meeting it is the imperative duty of the Railwaly Depart meont to msake provision for the erectioln of trucking yards at FTard's, Donogillh. to moot the requirements of graisiers and farmnos, &c., in the valley 'of thle Iur ray and Mitta Riveoi'to Tihifiltlra." Mr J. Pooloy seconded the resolution. Mr Scarlett said that, in consequence of several fan...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE ALBURY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

THE ALBfTfl ELECTION. The election for a member to serve in the Legislative Assembly for Albury was held last Friday, and resulted in tie return of Mr George Day, the retiring candidate, by a majority of 150 votes. Mr W. Smith, of Howlong, who ran in the freotrade interest, was the other can didate, and his position of the poll was highly creditablo, seeing that he is a com parative stranger in the Albury district. The polling booths wore situated at Albury, Bowna, Bungowannah, Moorwatha, Jimlera, and Howlong, and the poll was opened at 8 o'clock n.m. and closed at 4 p.m. In the outside booths very little to indicate that there was a Parliamentary election going on was noticeable, but there was unwonted excitement inAlbury, the vicinity of the polling booth being thronged during nearly the whole of the day. To outward appearances the elec tion was conducted in an amicable manner, and the very evident good feeling which existed between the candidates was favorably commented on. The B...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY v. WODONGA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

ALBURY v. WODONGA... TO THE EDITOR OF TUE SENTINEL. SIR,-Circumstances have prevented my replying to "Federalist" in your last issue. I hope he will pardon me for my apparent. want of attention to his epistle to the Wodongaites. He has made several state. monts which I, for one, consider un merited, and not in accordance with the facts of the case. He is certainly correct when he states there is no public spirit in this place. How could he expect there would be when our best and most intelli gent men have been driven away, and all through the Customs arrangements, which have been the cause of the almost complete annihilation of Wahgunyah, and I have no doubt that Yarrawonga, and all Victorian towns on the Now South Wales Border, will in time follow suit, consequent on the loss of thousands of pounds of trade annually, which by some system of juggling is lost to the Victorian Border. "Federalist" lauds his Albury public-spirited 'men to the skies. May they rest there permanently. Wha...

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

" CORRYONG., ( ((PROM OUR OWN OORRESPONDENT). Quietude is iot our natural element up this way. We decidedly object" to this humdrum seernity of "the piping times of peace." Our blood stagnates and our spirits flag. We require excitement, commotion, a revolution, an earthquake, if need be, to keep us alive; and if tliese agreeable variations are not forthcoming to tickle our active sensibilities and ward off an attack of " the blues, " then do we invariably take the matter in hand for ourselves, and 'straightway manufacture an agitation, be the material over so slender. The latest tempest that has darkened the sky and lashed into ungover nable fury the waters of local village politics, is a dispute concerning a re creation reserve for Corryong. Some are for it, and, true to our instincts in the direction of excitement, others are against it, and, as the affair stands at present, it is a very pretty quarrel. By parties on both sides I have been urged to take up their cause, but no, Si...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ADVERTISEMENT. Bridle and Jackson. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

ADVERTISEMENT. Bridle and Jaokson. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIn,-Referring to the cowardly attack made upon my character by Mr G. Bridle in your last issue, I would like to say a few words by way of explanation. Before going any further, I will admit that it was tech. nically incorrect for me to advertise that I had taken his business. Had I stated his "business place," it would have been cor rect. But what is the use of "splitting straws ?" As to his assertion that I told people he had given me lessons in the art of pho. tography, I challenge anyone to come for ward and prove his statement. I never at any time said anything of the kind. On the contrary, I told my patrons that I had derived my experience in New South Wales from a travelling photographer, whose name I should be sorry to mention in the same category as that of the individual who now seeks to malign my character in so con tomptible a fashion. His modest (!) statement that the best photographers in the colony are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

,A{LNCE- OF WLh 'WAESABTL ; KWWA ,FRIDAY EVENING, :EB. 25 GRANO CONC ERT& BALL IN AID OF TIlE ROMAN CATHOLIC CIIURCII, PROGRAMME. PART I. Ov . .. . OVERTURE " Misses Grant and Brown (piano), Mr Lees (piccolo), Mr G. Forteueo (violin. Sos?-'" The Einglishmnan "" MR SOUTHERN Comic SoNs-" Oh, decn Golden Slippers" ... MR R. ANDREWS Soso--" Ever of Thee" ... ... MRS STREET DUTr-" The two Cousins " .. MISSES HENDY and MOORE DANCE .. ... MR M'CARTHY Soo--" Tit for Tat" MRS ROCHE Soso .. "" . ... MR UIR DUET-" Money Matters '' MISS LAWSON and MR FINIGAN DuET (Flute and violin) ..... ..... MESSRS LEES and FORTESCUE Sono , "... AIR KING PIasoFo.rE SELECTION * "" MISSES ALL"EN Sonu-" Ten Thousand a Year" . .. MR ROCHE. 'PART II. OVERTURE... M" IISS BROWN and MESSRS LEES and FORTESCUE DIALonuE . ' MESSRS ELLIS and ROCHE So-"' Killarney" ... "... MISS LAWSON DUET-" No Sir I" MRS ROCHE and IR LEES STEP' D ,scE ... `. IR C M'CARTHY DuTr-" Juanita" ... MISSES HENDY and MOORE SoNu and DASCE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, 1Jhan STREET, WODO~nGA, ,Wholesale and Retail 'BU T C H E R. Tle oldest.established Butchery in Wodonga.. I,,, EATS of BEST QUALITY - . : Alwhays son hand. S Sial Goods of every description,, HIDES anil SKINS PURCHAS D. A lbury: and W6odonga .Coach Factory. SE- 0.C. 'ELLIS, , , ALBURY AND WODONGA, B' EGS to announce that he is prepared to MANUFACTURE ' EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Both at Albury and Wodonga. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he has opened a Tinamith's Shop in the premises lately used as Tue SENTINEL Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths 1. Baths Baths I Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. ' . SOrders by poseat punctually attended to. , Professor L. Iverson (Of theo~a lnna Conservatoire of Music), Visits ~ ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. ' Addrea-Allon's Termlinu Hotel. CHARL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

,:u Ic :"-M BRS COTTRELL EISB toi inform lier friends and the pu ... lr publi . gener.lly that she hIas leased SI tho above hotel, wrhich ihas been thoroughly i ;?, renovated and re-furnished throughout, wel is nine in first-clahs order for the reception ol eisiterai. " LIVIERYin dBAITSTABLES. IPADDOCK. ,, .b ,- I L JAMES JACKSON, CARPENTER, JOINEII, AND. UNDERTAKER, Sydney Street, Wodonga. Next to Tir SENTIELr, Ollice. ; er:r.': : Swing Machinies repaired on the : Shortest Noutice. ' . FUNERALS Conducted iii Town nod Country: ,:e. elarsoe and iblourning Coach. Charges I Strictly. Moderate. ,. TIME PAYMENTS IF REQUIRED: J.J. lhas also secured all the appliances for photography. Porraits faitl.fully taken in all kinds of weather. NEW TOBACOOONIST IN W ODON CA. .'JAMES JACKSON JJ AS commenced business in Sydney street with it NEW andr CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ... . Tobaccoes, Cigars, Pipes, and Fancy Goods. Note the Address-' S Next Tule SENTISEL Offleo, SYDNEY STRIEET, WODONGA, NOTICE TO...

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FIRE AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

FIRE AT" ALBURKY. At about 4 o'clock on Sunday-afternoon' Albury was thrown into a state of excite-. ment byh the violent ringinhg of the fireholl, and a few minutes afterwards thel streets were filled with people running hither - and thither. As soon as it was elicited that the drapery estahblihmnot of Mr W. T. Kelly was the scene of the cnnflagra-. tion, situated as it is in one of the most important portions of Dean street, the ex citement was intensified, and very quickly hundreds of people were in the vicinity. The fire brigade, under the conduct of Lieutenant Chnhb, was quickly on the spot, Captain Billson followingsnon after. The indications of the fire were confined' to a dense smnke issuihg from tlio front: and bhck' of the premises, and Firemen Scott, Flynn, and Sharp were among the first to enter the biilding.. Each si'e temporarily overcome by the smnoke, and' Sharp was compelled to rush back, al though Scott, who entered by the front, carrying the hose, succeeded in rem...

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GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

GRANYA. -4-----L (FReo OUR OWN CORRiSFPODENT) The decision of the Local Prospecting Board at Bsechworth, with regard to assistance from the prospecting vote, is looked forward to with interest. A large number of applications have boon made, and, no doubt, the board will have an onerous task in making an equitable dis tribution. Two applications have been made from Granya-one by the Granya Gold Mining Co., Limited, and the other by the local branch of the Miners' Association. The latter wish either to get a grant, or else the use of the boring rods to test the alluvial in this locality. With the exception of the Gippaland board, the others have, in each instance, granted aesistance either to registered companies or co-operative parties, whereas pro specting in untried localities seems to have been overlooked. As this is a question that concerns the whole of this district, it is to be hoped that the Boech worth Board will follow the example of Gippaland, and grant a fair proportion of...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIIL. Thlo. regular niontly mldting of this body was hold on Tuesday, "there' being present--Ors Bamnbrick(pirsidoet), Street, Johnston, ]lasset, and Boya.s. MIIUTEal. The minuites of the previous meeooting were read and confirmed. coaRRESrOxN:,ocw? From Mr E. T. Powoll, Carriers' Arms hotel, again drawing attention to the no cessity of erecting another lamp at the corner of South and HuIm streets. The colnunication said that, apart fromn pro. venting an accident occurring,sucha lamp might be the means of preventing crime. -No actiol. From Mr G. S. Manna, head teacher Leneva State School, reporting to the local board of health that two of Ir .1. Blaeckmore's children and two of Mr It. Simon's were suffering from ophthalmlia, and one of AMr V. Street's fr'm skin disease.-Received. From the Central Board of Health, acknowledging receipt of the annual re port of the local bhoard, and enquiring if there was any report from the analyst. Received. From the shire secretar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

Talgarno Cemetery. TO SPLITIERS AND OTHERS. T ENDERS are invited for SPLITTING S000 PALINGS, and delivering same at the cemetery. Tenders to be left at Mr R. Williams' residence, Talgarno, not later than four p.m. on Saturday, 26th February. Specifications to be seen at TViE SENTINEL Office and at the Bethauga and Talgarno Post Offices. W. IH. FERGUSON, Secretary. To Let, A FIRST-CLASS GRASS PADDOCK, at Wodonga, containing 40 acres, with house, &c. Apply EDWARD MULLER. SPORTS AT WODONGA. St. Patrick's 'Day. A MEETING will be liel'''at Allen's Hotel on MONDAY EVENING, 21st FEBRUARY, to arrange sports for St. Patrick's Day. Wesleyan Church, Wodonga. A BAZAAR W ILL be held in .connection with the above church on THURSDAY, 24th FEBRUARY, in ADAMS' NEW BRICK BUILDINGS, Sydney street. Refreshments Provided. To be opened by the Rev. W. WESTON on Thursday, at three o'clock. Will donors oblige by sending tlheir gifts I E. DAVIS, Hon. Secretary. Wesleyan Church, Wodonga. THE ANNUAL HO...

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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

GUNDOWRING. ----<>---- (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The numerous readers who hang with rapture on every word that falls from my facile pen will doubtless by this time be exclaiming in melodramatic accounts "Oh for the touch of a vanished hand, For the sound of a voice that is still." But I would re-assure those good people by informing them that I have not as yet "turned my toes up to the daisies," but that "blight" struck me down, I do not mean that the scourge of the orchard attacked me, or that my young affections were blighted. My blight has for its Sunday-go-to-meeting name the high sounding appellation, ophthalmia. This plague has been very common around here for the last few weeks. Our school was closed for three days early in the month, the head teacher and most of the children being affected by this small pestilence stalking at noon-day among us. I under stand that the head teacher of the Upper Gundowring and Running Creek Bridge schools also caught t...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !"—MILTON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 February 1887

Awake I Arise 1 Or be for ever fallen I -MILTOS, SATURDAY, FEBRUA1RY 18, 1887. THERE are weighty reasons for believing that the "rumors of wars" which have darkened the political atimosphere for months-nay, years past, are shortly to give place to the grim reality, the dread "sport of kiihgs"-war itself. "That SUrrM of SMIITUS, the Rev. SYDNEY S?ITII," Was, if we remember rightly, the author of the epigram which defines an am bassador as "an honest man sent abroad to tell lies for the good of his country;" and there is undoubtedly much truth'in that definition. But Any reader of European news will observe that ambassadors are by no means the only personages who are adepts at mendacity; for Emperors and Chancellors have cultivated the accom plishment till they have reduced it to a fine art. The veriestr tyro in politics is aware that for months Austria' and Russia have been arming to the teeth, vigilantly watching each' other the while with glances of deadly malice; yet, ii 'spite of...

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A LENTEN PASTORAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

A LENITEN PIASTORAL. Sunday last being the Suilay ilnmle diatoly preceding the cnmnecUmeetnt if Guilt- th anuatlual pastoral letter iof the RIhottiil atiolic Bislhop of Sandhurat was re?id in ill the churches nutder hlis juris ldictioi.' Tl'hi Right Rev. Dr Crano, who s seniur prelate of this colony, enoblutile? his address (after strongly eunjoinig the necessity of fasting and prayer) in these words: Pntlj. ititonly for yourselves antu your childrei," but pray ftr:your tenemies also; pr.y for the conversion of sinners, for the porsoevranco of the just, for penea and goodwillantongst Christian kings and na tions, for the welfanr of the church, for our; ltoi HHoly.Father the Pope, unite your prayers to those of thie faithful in in every Christian land. If youtdo, the God of Heaven will hIsir ytour prayers, and grant your petitions. " Ask," says our Divine Redeemer, " and you shall re ceive, seek and younshall tinlt. knock and it shall he opened to you." (St. Mittlhew chaptor 7, verse...

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ALBURY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

ALBURY RACE$. The following nominations love beon Te. ccived for the annual meeting df the Albury club, which takes place on the 10th and 17th Mfarch: HUnDLC RAos, of 40 sova., two miles. Trickett Ltitia Livingstone Fair Saxon Invictus Manumission Mystery (late Hark. Escape away) Iona Maud A. Omadhaun Pinwire ALnUtnY CUP, of 100 sovs. and a gold cup of 100 sove. One mile and a quarter and 182 yards. Oc d StockingJ Goeoe Mistletoe Saturn Eole In ictus Little King Vermont Allandor Tommy Rhetorician Hartiugton Black Diamond Fly Creeping Jane (late Bceswing (odiva) Abuse Society Dagon Thakambau Catseye Riverbelle Veronica Aileon ST. I'PATcK's DAY. HANDICAP, of 100 soes. One mile and a quarter. Odd Stockings Beeswing Kemp NSaturn Thaklamban Rhetorician ' Morceau . Dagon Oenoe Vermont Allander Soldier Boy Veronica Eole Kildare Fly Black Diamond New Fashion Catseye Abuse Society Invrictu Tommy Creeping Jane (late Hartington Lady Godiva) Riverbelle Mistletoe STr LEoALnvoA, of 00 sovs. Two m...

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BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. The secretary of the Bethanga branch of the A. J.A. has furnished us, for the benefit of the imembers, with the follow ing information received from the A. M. A. In reference to Kaitangata branch lock-out 'in New Zealand: "f Si',-I regret toesateto that the lock-out atKaitangata, N.Z., still continues.. The men are still lirm, and are determined not to yield. 'The company, I am given 'to understand, would put them en if they would leave the A.M.A., but the men firmly refuse. The company have failed to get miners to take their places, but have other men on at 10s per day, and they are, therefore, working the mine at a loss. ,The trades unions of Dunedin have taken the llen's case up, and are as slating them financially, and also by refus ing the company's coal. Under these cir culnstanlees, it does not pay the company to carry on, ard, possibly, they may yet comeo to terms. I have not yet received a reply to my last two letters to the general manager. It appear...

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LAND NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

LAND NOTICES. LIcrcN.nE ArPRovEo. Ah Mee, O? Oi 34p, Dorchap Harrison Briddon,'20a,Tanganmlalanga Arthur Briddon, 20a, 'Tl'anaimbalaiga Solomon Seratchley,.20a,'Berritiga .olhn Druinmoned, 200t. Talgarnn Jongon Fedderson, Yackandandah Edimund Greer, la2r3Op, Magorra M1agaret G'izea, 20a, Koetong Rlichard Goldsworthy, 20a, Tanganm balanga James Godfrey, 20a, Tangambalanga Charles Jenson, 20a. Berringa Patrich M'Gleenohy,20a, Taiuganbalanga William Persly, 18a, Wdoanga .John H.Schtultz, 20.a, Wodonga William Sirl, 20a, Borringa John Stacy, 20a, Nariel James M'Clly, 20a, Colacne Colac Henry Lord, 285a, Dorchap Robert. Roche, 1G0a, Gundowring A. Moncrieff, 285a, Dorchap S. C. Watson, Ga. Tintaldra GOo. Maddisoni, 5900a, Yackandilndali .Darid Norrie, 12,300a, Tallangatta Jas. Lobban, block 351. ArrPLIATIoNs NOT GRANTED. .T. L. Wilson, 90a,Walwa H. T. Dobinsoin, 890a, Cudgown . Thos. Cox, 30a, Barnawarlth Sutlh 11. A. Newman, 9OOn. Jinjellic R. Jamieson, jun;, 550a, Mullindolin gan~ and M...

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 24th FEBRUARY. (Before Messers W. H. Foster, P.M., T. C. Reidy, and H. Street, J.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

W?9DO??GA POLICE COURT. TiUnsDAY., 24th FEBRUARs. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M., T. C. Reidy, and H. Street, J.P.) DEOT. Wigg v Jackson, £2 9s, goods. Plaintiff produced his books, which showed that defendant owed the amodint sued for. De fendant had disputed one item, of 71b of corned beef. Defendant admitted thile debt, excepting the 3s for thie corned beef, which he delied having received. Order for the amlount, with as costs. INDECENT EXPFOSURE. William Corbett was charged with ob. scenely exposing his person on the Lpth inst. Defendant said he had no knowledge of having committed the offence. William Dormnan deposed that on ihe day in question lie had seen defendant exposing himself near Mrs O'Neill's house at about six o'clock in the evening, apparently in the horrors. Mfra O'Neill andl some children were present at the time. Mrs O'Neill was called, but said the lan quage used by defendant towards her was so hiltly that she must declino to verbally ,testify to the expressi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

riRINCE OF W ALES' HALL, KIE WA. FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 25. GRAND CONCERT & BALL IN AID OF TIlE ROMAN CATHIOLIC CIIURICII, OS?EOR.1'?E'S T .?.AT. PROGRAMME. PART I. OvcaTUr.n . .. .. Misses Ciranit . nd Brown (piano), Mr Les (piccolo). Mr G. Forx sncue (vioinx. ,n--'" Thie Enslislunan " . .. MR SOUTHERN Coll? Soso-" (ih, dum Golden Slippers . .... MRi R. ANDREWS .xd-''" Eror of 'he , .'... .. MRS STREET .I)uST-"Tho two Cousins" ... MISSES.HENDY and MOORE l)Axs '. MR M'OARTHY Soso-" Tit for lTt" .. . . ... MRS ROCIIE S.. MR MUIR )UET-." Mney Matters " M ISS LAWSON and MR FINIGAN DUET (Flute and violii). .. i... MESSRS LEES and F8RTESCUE Sosa .MR KING SIoIOFORTE SELEcTIO. . - ... MISSES ALLEN Su?xa- "Te Thouus?xl:a Year .. • ... ... MR ROCHIE. PART IT. O:x xrotInL. : .:MISS BRO\WN and MESSRS LEES and FORTESCUE DALOGUEn MESSRS ELLIS and ROCHE xea--x" Killarixoy" MISS LAWSON D)urr "No, Sir !" ... MRS ROOHE and MR. LEES sx' DACE :.. : .:- '. .. . .. .. MR C.3M'CARTHY o Ut-"Juanta"n...

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