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LAY READING IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

LAY READING IN THE CHUROH ., ý,_)*;OF'ENOLAND./.O ,'':i ' TO TIE YDITOR OF TlHi SENTIINEl. Sin,-Allow me to tlhank your corros pondant " Elizaboth . T." for drawing attboitiilnin'last weeks' issue.to the Rev. Mr Drowott's action iii not removing a certain individual's name from the qiUartorlyplau. Attbltion:to tho-matter was not drawittoou8ooi, althlough. I,was Hxtremoly boriry, to io'a it"broiulLt so' proianiioatly'" bford ' thl lublic', tlirimghr thll valuable cqlusllla of your journal. I puoronally ,know tlhat several of the Church of ElglaIl congregation in this township 'aked Mhr Drowett to cause an alteration to lie mado. But, no; he Would notds(6 , and the result is that soveral luivo mndeoup thuir miids'to' stopi cod tributiinito theo iclhilich. MI Drowott soonia to ivbo an!hppy kniaekof working cohtra :to' tieo majority of!lhis pedolo; aild by doiii so is'ahlwiMds gor.ting into hot water. Thishas boon clearly showin in his sermion on "IP'pular iAmtuaomionts," which le wns d...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

Ai ,LBURY,JIIIRKET. Messrs Clis: L. Griflithland Co. report hdldi?ig:tleir usual foritnightly market, at their-Albury yards on Wednesday last, When there was a very large attendance of, buyers, the sale on the whole being highly successful. Cattle--Thdy" yarded 1100 cattle, including' about' 200 .inferior to inedium.. beef (only a few prime), the balance consisting principally .of. forvarsi conditioned bullocks. ,Best pens bullocks sold to £8 2s Od, odd beasts to £9 58, best. pens cows to £ti 10s, odd cows to £8 O1s; forward 3 and 4 year old bullocks, £5 10s to £0o Os,, supsrior yards to £7,-store cows to 4 s id, forward d to 4 -18s, y.ouiger stbck at full rates. They sold drafts'for .Mssrs J..Kiing,':J..I'Donald, R; MI. Shelloy, M.. Soyumour, Joseph Evans, Jas. Canpboll,_ lios. Walters, -H Thompson, D-DEvans,. H.U.Barbour,1 A: Horo, jim;,!iH. Bidstrup, and.o ethers. Sheep.-5000 yarded, including about 400 fat owes; the remainder stores of mostly an inferior description. Best eowes ...

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RAILWAY AMBULANCE LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

RAILWVAY AMlfBULANCE SLECT UUES. .: Thio secont of thle eries of these lectures was delivered on Tliursday ovening last at the. Albury railway station by .Dr Cleaver Woods. There was a good atten dance of Governmuo t oflicials and others, so that the largo, first-class waiting-roou was well filled. Tihe' subjects. treated wero SlSook," "Collapse," and "Bleed ing.' In treating of shook to the systoem Dr Woods referred to the injuries sus tained by so emasy Ipuple in the recent. railray accident at Windsor, as shdwing tlhvarious degrees of tids -most distress. ing " slhkinu of the nervous mochanism of..tho body," which in months :or -years afterwards was so liable to manifest itself in one form or other deleterious to health. Collapse was shown to be one of the immediate effects of shock, which in its more severe forms closely simulated death itself. The treatment of this con dlition was laid down. as--First, to induce warmiiithi fo'the body by the application of blankets; rugs, bottl...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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HIS LAST JOURNEY. To the Memory of the Two Heroes, DRIVER MASKELL AND FIREMAN M'NABB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

IIIS LAS'P JOURNElY. To' tohe'Mnmory.of the Two Heroes, DRIVIE? ?L ASKILL AND FIREMAN S . M'NABl), WIho Died on Wedlneday, I lit May, 1887, at their posts, doing their duty. Right l cried the guard--the whistle blow SDown dropped the danger " red," The " white " shone out-:anl on her roaed The Brighton Special aped. All eoirrily the whirling' wheols IIullcd forth their rolling song, And cheeoorily the furnace flamed, As flalshed the train along. The city. lights were far behind, And with " line clear" before, Tile huimmilneg tousle of the wheels Was deepened to a roar. And louder still, with thund'roue roll, Thei river bridge is past, WiVhen Maskell teurcing to his mate, Says, "Jim, this trip's my last; 'Ivo gotcmy leave todday, oll mail, To take my threc week's spell; I'll spend to.morrow with my wife And children-if all's well." Perchtance a momcent's thought like this The drivers watch bIeguilecd Of well earned rest froan work well done, Of hIome, of wife, and child. While onward...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, IIrll STme.FiT, WOIOOSCG, • Wholesale and Retail IB 'U T II 1, R. Tl.a olddst-"ctablished Butchery In Wodonga. MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always ou hand. Snial Goods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E. O. ELLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, BEGS 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 BTREET, WODONGA,' BEGS to announro thai he has opened a Tinsmith's Shop in the premisca lately used as Tues Sr.'rTIeL Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths I Baths I Baths I Every description of TINWARE made toy order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. SUSIC MUSIC II MUSIC II Professor L. Iversoni (Of the \ ionna Conservatoire of Music), Visits \ ODONGA on 'Wedneiolys, 'and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. ' "Liv...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

TO TUE EDITOR OF TIE SENTINEL. Sin,--I ask permission to say a few words in reply to a letter signed "ElizaL beth T- . in your, last issue. Having been a residbnt in thiidistrict for a con siderable tinio, aid being well acquainted with the workings' of the Church of Eng land in my numerous peregrinations, I consider that I sin qualified to reply to the letter in detail. (1). The Rov. A. J. Drowett did notappoint the lay reader in question, ho having booeen nominated by Archdeicon Tucker. several .years ago, r?d Mr Drowett had no power to revoke the appbinttieont mtad6 heforo his advent unless he heard of. somn immoral conduct oni the part of the person mentioned. (2). Mr Dreowtt does' not insist on thrusting this render on any congregation; '" A delnur,.:W as tret .mado at Tallangatta' about a year ago,. ihen IMr Drowett wisely refrained from sending hitm thitliher. - :: Since .then objecotions have boeoi'mado at- Talgarno and Bothsinga, and by this quarter's plan I. see that Mr. -...

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GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

GRANYA   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   Of the many different ways of clebrating Jubilee year, that of the Granya people is probably the best-viz. the founding of an Athenæum.     In such a small and poor community a per- son needs to have a fair amount of pluck to even make the attempt, but I am pleased to say the difficulties have been overcome, mainly by Mr Campbell's instrumentality. The reading-room, 30 x 15, is fitted up plainly, but is snug and comfortable, and will form a retreat for many of the Granya folk. The total cost for building and books so far has been over £100, and the trustees (Messrs Robinson, Grant, and Campbell) have every reascon to congratulate themselves on opening free from debt. Tlhe building is the one known as the old school, belonging to the people, and valued at £50. The Government building grant amounted to £25, donation from shire council £10, and local contributions over £21. The opening cere- mo...

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QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

QUBEErIS BI1T iDA AT ABUR'Y. The sports gbt up by th Al uryI Fire Brigadu oni Tmsday, proved gre t succdu, lotwithlistdiigtl that thu dty wms dis aiireeably cold. The illumil tions, at night produced i brilliant ecl. ' The following are the results uf UlIo various uvints:- I IunBI.cL HANDICOAI, 103 yards. Sthwrt, 12 yd, 1; Prk, 1 1 Prk yds, 2; lllskiiig, 11 yds, 3. SInarI.r.u IANDIOAP, 130 ynrds. Illwull, 13 yds, 1; Kappldri 5 yds, 2; PArlter, 14 yds, 3. HousE JTuMsrm o CErs, :ovor. 4ft. J. Mitchlill'sa ; yosities, by Toiclhstone, arid M'AllistBr's Groystanes tied, and divided. SJUAIvxna, over 3ft Gin hurdles. 31'Allister'H Greystanes. FIRE BRIGADE CONTESTS. (Runi under S:undhurat Demonstration Rules.) Engino Pract'ce, for four men. Blcnallan 23sac., 1; Chiltern, 20soc;, 2; Wainaratta Borough,27 1-5sec.,3; Bocch wortl, 27 4-asec., 4; Ruthorglon, 21) 2.5 see., 5. A protest was entered againist Bunallt on the ground thnt their hydrant was not screwed up until after tih water. was deli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

,..J. l,.;-L .AND. TOT (Qtetop.ite Anstirali t, hontel),. 1 avllwtAX ?, 1o hands ) S • nit''ti' , (l l; Ush ' it , hll l shau pooing, 61., (3'ihtN at's and l/LTjs' hair ctarefully II ..irt' lt.to is' ,'atatttoe O s.,tt; ai.Id ?Shoe laker, S I), 8' rli,'RET.- ALI3UI?Y. t , ' lll , thank the ptblie for the ptst, ti . ? ,t ?, ant hopes. vby strict ittention t ',it,.,?e, .',.1 mntlerkito chlargos, to nio:'it q~tintaa',ttnc of sane. [INAltrlI'EWNS BOOTS at 20. pe: cent.. less t;tn ,leltbit.rno or Sydney prices. Il?la'tits neatly exetuted. tdISS PEARSHQOUSE,. A rtist, .ce., F I1hIIi;.S to intinate to the residents of l/ Alhury, WVodonra, and thle sutrroutndl. in disitritts; that' sate has, OPENED n S'IU 1)10 TOn \O NSENI)-.STREl'l, whsre every Ioscription of Artists' Ma'terials and Mr.ttelria:s for Art Naedlowork 'may be T'itu (allowing branches are also Taught: China "l.iintiug,'. Citrystoleumn Painting, l'cotniall PIainiting, 'Oils on Terra Cotta, .lir rr Painting, Oriental Work,, Lustr...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !"—MILTON. FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

iUUltonga . 'i L DUvollgti n r tll Awako I Arise I Or be for ever fallenlI -M-rLTos. SFRIDAY; MAY 27, 1887:. ' CLrSA LIkEss," we are told on high authority, '.is next to godliness." But it shoiuld not' ceed.this high colmmesn dation to "foster oleanly habits; the knowledge that 'such, habits are among the chief guarantees of health should he sufficient to ensure their cultivation. Weo find,. however, that, in spite of the Biblical dictum and of the discoveries of sranitary scientists, the nameno of those who prefer tb be dirty is legion.. These good people apparently flourish in, the midst of their dirt for a considerablo period; but sooner or later that scourge of the breaker of sanitary-laws, typhoid fever, usually pays them its unwelcdme visit. Then, as in many other cases in this imperfect world of ours, the punishment of'the guilty falls equally on the head of the innocent-the care ful householder gets a consignment of the epidamio. from the carelcss one, whose unlwholesome and...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 19th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN- CIL. ----<>---- THURSDAY, 19th MAY. Present--The president (Cr Burrows), and Crs Robb, Richardson, Mongan, Quirk, M'Leod, and Ronan. MINUTES.   The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE   From John Eyre, and forty-one others   residing in the vicinity of Tawanga, as follows:- "We, the undersigned ratepayers, on the Upper Kiewa, respectfully beg that you will erect us a bridge over this river at Tawanga, as it is very badly wanted. A bridge at or near Roper's is good for the people who do their business with Bright; but all the people about here do their business with Yackandandah, therefore it is quite useless to us. There cannot be a better site for a bridge than at Tawanga   crossing, as the river has a straight run, the banks are high, and there are no lagoons on either side of the river and as it is absolutely requisite that we should have a bridge here, we beg...

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WODONGA COUNTY COURT. THURSDAY, 26th MAY. (Before his Honor Judge Chomley). JURY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

WODONGA. COUNTY COUUT. -4----- T, T.uOOAY, 20th MAY. (Before his lHonor Judge Chomloy). JuonY CAMnS. John Carlliu v J. H. Cartor-£70, tros pass. Mr Emerson for the plainliff, MI F. Brown, instruotcd by Mr F. G. Smith, for defendant. The following jurors were ompanelled: -G. Street (foreman), P. Street, Michael Ryan, and J. H. MG'Ooclh. At the outset, lr Brown suggeoated that, as there was another case, Mrs Carlilo v Carter, and as both had the same boearings they should be heard to. gether. lIr Enmerson thought thero were diFfi culties in the way, as the trespasses were distinct, and as Mrs Carlile hold her pro perty before her marriage to her present husband. After conferring with his client, Mir Emnorson said he was of opinion * thatit would be disadvantageous to hear both cases together. • The heariug of the case brought by John Carlile was thou proceeded with. In opening the case Mr Emorson re marked that unfortunately a young man named Chambers one of his witnesses, who had see...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

The bost ,odicido knowe is SAtoFen and Sons, EUc.LYPTI £ixTnu wr. Test itsmilonet, poworful. eflcts.2st coughs, colds, hdnllsoszo tho relioe is instanttmueonus In not ions csCsO, fund noulbdots of all kinis, libe they so osuir, burs, seaoaiigs, -bruises, siprins it, is thu safest remseuiy-noswclliiiiig-.-soefwoittioo Like saurpising cITgcts produlced io croup, diphthlleria, brgonclititls` ilhiio ntioo of ti O luogs, swelling &c* diotrnrrita muysdsotys1n diseases of the kidnoys auId urinariy o1-gire. Iin ise at hospitaluiui toodieUi OlliuisUi fil over the globe;' piitiuiiioci by 'lise hMolosty the King of Ituly; urowned suith inulsid 15(1 (iipdlonmIO at Interunatioal ixdiitios, Amstoidino, .Trust in tli.1 approovl artice, oiii.ruject idLotiors. :W7ANTED, a handy MAN on a farm, " for fencing, &c., for aix or twelve months, according to ability. Apply to G. ARMSTRONG, Bethanga;' SW ANTED KNOWN - The London . FAusti HLEstin can be obtained at Tui, SErTISEL office. 'Price...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

W ANTED, a good MILCH OOW1 Apply office of this paper. W ANTED to BUY, FOWLS. Apply Torranoovillo, Hume street, Wo donga. WTANTED KNOWN - The Londlon FAMIts HIIsAL.n can be obtalned at Ton SEvrNatrsL offle. Price, 2d per weekL Ryan and Taylor, agents, Ten Shillings Reward. LOST from Wodonga, bay HORSE, branded 2 over to. D. Evans, Sydney street. For Sale. F OURTEEN ACRES of LAND, near the Town of Wodonga. The land is cleared and securely lofeed in to paildocks. For particulars apply to JOHN MORRISON, or JOHN WOODLAND. Wodonga, 8th April.:; : TO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS, 600 ACRES OF RIVER FLATS Within half-a.milo of \odonga. For further particularh. ansplv ,to CIIENERY IBROS., Auctioneers, &c., Albury. EDUCATION1AL. PRIVATE EVENING CUoASSESar For tenssaJd paiulaeappyaet Sta Sclool, WVodoetnln. 25th May, 1887.,' .. %,,rtsn 111/. Poison I PoisonII; POOISN LAII) In all msy paddocks at, WeodonC... . , OIIOIIR }YWILON, lut hpr, Notice to' Trespassers, P)OISON laid on our farms and...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LAND BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES. -4--- Mesers A. . M. Stewart. and, J.; J. Blundell will sit as a land board at the following places on the undermontioned dates:- Yackandandah, . Monday, 27th Juno, 11 a.m.; Tallangatta, Tuesday, 28th June, 10 a.m.; Wodona, Wednesday, 29th June, 10 a.m.; Rutherglen, Thurs day, 30th June, 10 n.m.' . .LICENSER REVOKED. Harry Kilby, 33a, Baranduda. LICENSES APPROVED. Arohibald Dunn, 5a, Tallangatta. LEA.ES APPROVED. Alex. Armstrong, 68a 2r 28n, Tatonga Michael Haire, 83a 2r 22p. Bolga William Patching, 43a 2r 3p, Boothang Jane Marsden, (widow of the late James Marsden), .qQa Or 20p, Wyeoboo. ORANT ArrnbvP.D. John Richardson, san., 19a 3r 35p, Barnawartha North.. GRAZINO LAND. Tenders are invited up to the 28th J.une for S00a, the remnant of the forfeited Annandale run.

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WODONGA COUNTY COURT. FRIDAY, 27th MAY. (Before his Honor Judge Chomley) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

WODONGOA COUNTY' CO.URT FoRlla, 27th Ma.1 . (Before his Honor Judge Choonley): Dyring v Wilkinson -'Thlis was aI actio to recover the shun of £29 12s 341, for goods. Mr Enmorson for plaintif:i Mi .J. Wiliinson_ for1 defulint. 'IThe following' jurors were sw'orn--lMesrs \V. hill (forelman), S. yke, J. U. W\igg, nnd It. Simon. The plaintiil's case was that in 1884 dufendant was mining oanager of thie lmioperor' Tin Mining Comn paiLy, at Kootoig. F'or somo time plaintilff supplied tile men at the mline with goods, but leeming the risk and tihe " bother," too great he stopped supplies. Heo.skidL that defendant asked hlim to continue to send tie 'goods to tile nino, and that he (dofoendant) would see that he was paid. The goods were, therefore, sent to defendlant, who dis trihuted the various articles amongst the iinors, stopping the amounts charged for the goods fromn the men's wages. The comn pany being ihlampered for want of funds at the time, elofendant paid thile men by his own priv...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

TO 'IIE:IT OF 0 T119e ?NTIwEL. Sl,--'l/fully expecte'd 'the" Rev.' ?3r Drewett, if anyone, would reply to sjr letter of'lnst week, and was therefore rather atonisled to find-ni ndhcrent of tis c ifit liT l~gning himself "An Episcopalian," rushing i to defend the rev. gentleman's doings in this district. " Episcopaliau" must be a perfect genius as regards the Church of 'ngland in this district. He imagines hla i ?thoroighly acquainted with overy congre gation from \Vodong'a to Corryong; nod not a six pence is collected but he is cog. nisant of it. It is evidenti to' my mind that " Episcopalian " was well tutored by someone before he indited his effeusion, as some of his remarks bear a decided clerical tinge. Not one member of the Church of England could possibly know every branch in connection with its workings without being instructed therein, I did not aver that Mr Droweott appointed the lay reader in question, as Iwas well aware of the ofact that he was licensed long before MIr )r...

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COUNTY COURTS AND COURTS OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

COUN'rv COURTS AND COURTS OP MINES. The following fixtures have boon made:; Chiltern, Wednesdlhay, th Jnly; Yackanmlan dah, Wednesday, 13th lJuly; W\odongs, Wednesdlay, 17tli August. 'The hest medicinu known inSANo;It neil So.s' EI!ntAI.'rTI EXTL('r. Test itsominnit, powerful etl'ects in coglhs, cohla, inlluUlene the reliof is instantaneous. In serioui caseso mnd necidents of all kids, he they wounds, hurns, aldngs, uis, culdng, ise, spr?ins, it is. - thu nfeust remedy-nn swelling-inolnillnmn?etlon Like onrprismg eflleots jroilueed in croup, liphtheria, irolchlti, llammnuation of thlo lungs, swellin, &e.; dllarrhlca, dysentory, discases of tholelidnoys and urinary organs. In use at hospitals and medical clinics ill o·'er the globe; patrmisod lby 'i 1ahlajcsty thie Klii oflIJAly; crowned with medal and diplo ;..., t Iinternational EIxhibition. At?nterdlin?. ''rust In this approred nrodgl and reject nll others.

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LAY READING IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

LAY READING IN TIE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.* TO THB EDITOIt' O TIIl SENTINEL. Sir,-With your permission, I would like to say a few world in reply to a letter signed " Episcopalian " in your last islse. First of oil, I should like to ask, Mr Editor, if you think it possilblo for atny resident of, Wodonga to know ill[ the ins and outs of church work in leuthanga, Granya, sid Tallangatta. " Episcopalian" states that Mr Drewett did not appoint this gentleman as lay rqader, biutLthat ihe wias appointqd lby Archdeacon Tucker. " Episcopalian " lhs, to my thinking, got hold of the wrongl end of tlto tar brush, as this is decidedly not the point at all. Hli being inominaited by Archdeacon Tucker lha nothinug at all to do with sending him to Bethangat, .ranya, aud. Wodoiga to, officiate. Thise was entirely Mr Drewett's doings. It is very certain that lie would not have gone untleb lie had been sent by Mr )rewett. It is the duty of every clergyman, wlen lie finds that t tmanu's serviccs are not appr...

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BETHANGA SMOKE RUMPUS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

BIETHANGA SMOKE RUMPUS. TO'TIE E}iblTOR OF TIlE RENINSEL. Sin,--Yet once again I will ask your indulgence. To expiect a reply from Mr Ladd, has proved futile. IHe carefully avoids the subject. I challenged his publio utterances. I challenged the man who tells the miners from the platform to inutrefore in a matter that does not coI.I corn them. I .challenged the muan who tolls a meeting of miners, "I convinced the council the smoke was a benefit to health." I challenged the man (1) who publicly states the miners have no right to even'luso half a day's work to settle tlhe nuisance, but the suflerers must put tip with the smoke. 1 branded such a man as a brainless agitator and dangerous to the ivoll-being of a working coinmmunity. A inoan..who will refuse to sacrifee the smallest iota in the interest of the healths of woenun and children, but would see them. compelled to inhale such poisons ns he sees here daily, is indeed ontitled of thellnieo, "man, ' I 11 an average about .25 tons w...

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