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BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 July 1887

SBILLIA,?D TOURNAMENVT. A very interesting billiard tournament was commenced at the billiard room of the Victoria hotol on Monday-week. The first prize was £210s, and thesecond one of Alcock's best cues, .valued at 25s. There wbrn seventeen nominations, but only ten " lovers of the cue "saw fit to come to the post. "Six of the contestants were selected to declare the handicap, and their judgment gave general satis faction.; The game was 200 up. Arundel and Iambourne were putat " ascratch," but liberal points were concedel to the other compoti'ors. Many of the heats were very exciting, i notably that between Donnelly and Holt, in which the former asserted his superiority by only one point. In the final heat, in which Lamblourno and Donnelly mot, the latter led up.to 107, when Lnmbourno collared him, and, maintaining his lead to the finish, by splendid play appropriated the prize. bonelly, who was beaten for frst place by 10 points, takes the cue. He was allowed 28 points at the start...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL AND DAY LABOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 July 1887

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL   AND DAY LABOR.   TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR, - In reading over the proceedings of the Yackandandah Shire Council, as pub- lished in your paper for the last ten or twelve months, I notice that at each meet- ing the Yackandandah riding pays the large sum of £42, or rather more, for day labor. That amount for thirteen meetings will be some £542 per annum, or about the whole rates of the riding. Where that money is being spent, or under whose superintendence those men are working, is a complete mystery, as the engineer, the chief officer of the shire, never mentions them in his report, while he minutely states how all the contractors are going along, and where they are working, and, if these men are not under his control, who has the laying out of their work, or are they employed for the benefit of the ratepayers ? If I am correctly informed, the greater number of them are the friends of one or two sympathetic coun- cillors,...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 5th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 July 1887

WODONGA SHIRE: COUNCIL. TUIEDAY, 5.th JULY. Present-ors Blambrick (president), Street, Johnstoti, and Bassett. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous mooeeting woere road and confirmed. tnsRElPONsoENOc. From E. W. Manstn, stating that, owing, to the .continuance, of, the ex tremoely'w'et tathlor;, heahad been uuable to c omplote hie contrAct, and asking for an extension of time.-Oranted. that the Minister of Public Works had, conltrary to their wishes, decided against time 'sudivision of the 'city ifni; wards. The eomn itilp?:tioh cohtihiled, Iat3 "l(r" Nimlnii's' actiuu in this isnstjnce had " completely annihilated the legal right of local governmeont, and ignored the lawful privileges of the ratopayers who addressed him."-No action. From Messrs Fleminig and Chauncy, solicitors, Albury, on behalf of AMr F. F. Curley, calling attention to tile bad and alhost impassable state of the road at the corner of Mr M. Ryan's 56a 3r 2811, Bonegilla. The road in questitin was the only 'mcans of...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 July 1887

ZIobonga «& ^otoiig §cntincl. FBI.DAY, JULY 8, 1887. IT must be felt, we think, in view of what the papers have contained of late, that we Australians are a long way off from havinig struck out the best wiy of getting through human life. What with waste of time in Parlia ment, imperfect measures passed by thact power, departmental blunderings, Customs frauds, sttmp" fraids, laid' swindles, trade dishonesty, immoral 'goings on," and any number more of such like delinquencies, we cannot hut feel that, taken all round, we are not idoing is wpllU' we ought. We have had fromn 100 vyars Adon tolibout 40, aki ig thso e olonies respectively, to slho our fitness to put things sraqight; and we havo had all the advanltages whiIh a now country, ..untrannolled by :Id world bargains, aissociations, and traditions, confer; andil yet in a varity of directions towards which Aistralians look, they can see little else than muddle. Take up any lend ing Ipaper of yesterday's date, -and" carefull...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

THIE FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO TI.E EIIITOR OF TIIP. SENTINEL. Sm,--In order to clear up any nllsunder atandings that may have been caused through thei late correspondence on "Lay Reading in the Church of England," in which state. inents appeared as to the financial prosperity of the church in this district, you will greatly oblige by inserting the following comparative statements for the last two years, taken from my hooks, as central treasurer for the whole district, which should set the matter at rest, as the actual figures are bettor than any assertion: Total Receipts fo Total Receipts for Year ending 31t Year ending 3lst Decnember, 1885 December, 1886 £ d £a a d Wod onga 114 0 ... ... 140 13 2 Cor ryong 45 0 ... ... 800 0 Granya ... 9 710 ... ... 10 0 0 Bet hnga 20 0 ii... ... 20 8 6 'rlgarno ... 8 2 0 ... ... 17 3 0 Iiot. Found 22 0 0 ... 110 16 0 Bishop's do 50 0 0 . ..130 0 0 '"gatta... 30o0 0 £208 11 10 £553 1 8 Increase on previous year ... 284 0 10 -...

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THE ROAD THROUGH O'DONNELL'S PADDOCK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

THE ROAD TIIROUGIL O'DONNELL'S PADIDOCK. TO TlE EDI)ITOR Or TIIU 9ENTIE r. Sin,-In a recent issue a letter appeared advising the Yackaklandah Shire Council "to look before they leap," in regaid to re-opening about a quarter of a mile of an old main road in O'Donnell's paddock. I shaold like to say a few words in reference to this, with your permission, through The Seotliel. 'I Sandy " warns on that enough useless money has been spent in Tango.n balanga in gaps, andl goes on to say that the residents of Gundowring want £300 of: good money expended on a piece of road that will shorten the distance to the rail. way by two miles. Yet, Mr Editor, " Sandy" wants to lay out £600 or £800 of this rap money, at a place called Stuckey's Gap. He has told us something about the £600 of useless money thrown away on Huggins' Gap, and about the gap being of service to one gentleman. Perhaps he wants Stuekey's Gap cut down for the same gentleman. One Chinamant cultivates tobacco at Kiewa. Is it for ...

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THE ATHEN-EUM CONCERT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

THE ATHEN.EUM CONCERT. TO THI E IIT(IIL OI THE REPNTINRL. SRlt.--Wnlhll ynn kidrlly allow mo. nl helhlf of tlh c&monittoo of thle bovo isititlitinii,'to tlm ink the ladini and montlo. men who aI ronaily navo thoir aorvicon at tim Into concert. iot, for(motting our tirl' andrMr W.. O. Taylor. their instructross, whtIao part in thi comco-t wont far *to mnke it the groat success it was.-Yours, &o., 0. B. <,on[rov.r Hon. Socrotary.

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THE SHIRE ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

T 'HE SHIRE ELEOrTION 'O T'rile EIITOIltOF TIIE.'SlNTINELL. Sn~l,-As thoro are no ilnny aspiranlt for nmun?iipal honors' idready in thlu ield, llliy of whom v mulst hm l widely diver gutlviuws on questions likely to iccopy the attuetion of tho'eC,1nnil during the next yB:ar'r two, I'thinklit would not he out of pliico fr our worthy prosidont to ceall a public muti:g of the candidatos, when the ratapayors colhi judge for them solves. 'here is, for instutce, the ques tion of scit for a shire hall It sluto future date; the Alhury rlld, the ilestiouln of olceuro, &e., on all of whlih It is very deahutble that the views of the varilous .aIllnidaltes should be asceertaillud.-Ylnurs, oUA.r, rAT'ayt?a. Woduo?nga, 14th July,

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THE ATHENÆUM CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

THE ATIIENjEUM CONOERT. The Prince of Walcs' hall was comfortably filled on Friday evening last, wheo n concert in aid of the local iathcn.oum was held. A good prograime was provided, aid several einoers now to Wodonga from Albury made their apeliarnloe on tile occasion and con t.rilbute greatly to the success of the affair. Tw'o grand tabloaux, " Fairy Voices " and " Ireland," made a pleasing variety, and the audience could not bht enjoy the hsiging land Iarcling of the children, who went thr.olgh their parts without a mistake, and ohowe,? most unmistlikably the carefal trioning they had beeda subjected to at the hands of Mrs Taylor. The pro-echdings couneIIInl?cel with a pianoforto duet by Mies fIinl t Ian Mr Henry, which was done justice to. The tablleau of " Fairy Voices " followed, the fairieslo bing reprsaunted iby the Misses E. and MI1. Powell, (. and E. Arudlel. II. eand L. Moulder, C. and EK Steal, iF Whanndell, 11. Smith, N. Lizars, anud IL .M'Lea, while Miss T. Mouhlder w...

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L.O.L. CELEBRATION AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

L.O.L. CELEBRATIJN AT, ALBURY (FrooI OUI IVON CoUlttiiONIENTT.) On 'Tuesday evening the nlemiubdra of the L.O.L. lBeaconslell Lodge, No, 179,, cele brated thei "glorious 12th" at the ,lc chanica' Institute by a tea-meeting, concert, and ball, each of which attracted a largo atteudaneo, the whole passing olr to the en tire satisfaction of those interested in the success of the celeoration. At the concert addresses were delivered by several clergyomen, and the sentiments contained therein, whic h were partiuolarly suitablo to those held by the autdience, weie loudly applauded. The l lee. Canon Acock was the first to addrelss the audienllcc. Ie eoommenced: by statinl that it afforded him great pleasure to be with them on another 12th of July. (Applause.) On that day two years, when the 12th of July fell on a Sunday, ho was returning home, wheuho imettwol irangelnen, ono oif wheln wao slightly elevated, and had a piece of orange piioieil on his coat, while the other, none the less loyal...

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

..WODONOA MARKET. Messrs Douehirtr. Son, and Parker rn port having hIoll their usual fortnightly market on, Mdnlay. at :their yards. orlodnga. snllin, Mr .Hawloy's cows at £4 12 6lld;,lMr P. Street's cows, to £7 2s 6ld. heifers nt £4 7s 6it Mr Harrison's steers., at £ Osn; Mr T. A. Naion's steers, at £i5 2s; Mr Adams' calves, to £4 12s Od, averagine £l Is: Messrs W'illians Bros.' yearlines, at C2: and various lets for diflerent owners. Privatelv. thiler soll 270 three and four vear.ldi bullocks at a satisfactory price. 'rices show a ,lwnward tendeoncy, cwinc to the low state of the Melbourne and Sydney markets.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

XI X-- ,ST,, =E(-O, T. EI. SILATER, Watchmaker,, Jeweller & Optician I) EAN STR.EU T, A L B U R Y. i.... ,I%? ,.,? . . . .. . . 'I , T J ,. , H. .mA<I., 'Alrworccoted plomptly'aa ; tiianu WAIN. AND HYLAND (LatteojAM.F- MOO), -CONN I S HS S T R E E T, C EK I XET I IE 1. llarvilsting Machinery Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Coubs Forgings (iIlaranteed. ACombined Ploughs ' Madei for Field or VineyArd I'llughing, Oilo, two, lI hree, or live furrows Two-fuiriw' Vine Ploughll, with Governor Steerage, if reqiuiired. SCARIFIERS, For one or two hllrses. Vigndrbons desiring now atylea of inplementso lniay have themn nlmads by iriig - : . description (or explanlatlon.l .All iorts of Specil Ploughs for Vine Culti vation always on hanld. .BTEEL I'PLOUGliH SHAREKS--Hornasy Pattern :LMPROV~Dl),'tOR Ti URUB.I1RS. P tVWAIN' kand HYLAND wulo,. awardmed! Certici, teo s of Merit for ',Steel ,Stripper Conlba,r ..Sots '.of ;.Iarroisl ;Sili'glo, yiine Plough. Scarifiir.,S...

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THE CLERGY AND "THE BULLETIN." [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

THE OLERGY AND "THE BULLETIN." ----~--- - It will be remembered that about three months ago a motion,having for its object tlio expurgation of the Sydney Bulltien from the reading-room, was discussed by the Wodonga Athemnuum Committeu. That journal in its hlut nunmber " gibhets " the two clergymen who supported the resolution in question thusly: We have a beg order on hand. We admit the seriousness of the aituation, but never yet having shirked a public duty, we sit atolidly down to formulate a now religion. Within the space of a column or so we are expected to chalk out a vernal faith; to lay dlowd a brand new creed: to furnish the lock, stock, and barrel of the ruble of the future, and, in fact, to hash-up the raw material of floating theosophy into the manufactured article of ai absolutely fresh andsl now-born religion. Anl this theological contract has been taken by us at the instance of tie Reverends Drewett and Jlohus and . certain sheep of their pasture from whom they raise t...

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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

O UNDO WRING. (FROM OUR oWYi CnORRE.P'ONDnrT). Though the weather is generally so frequently dragged in to bolster up a country correspondent's letters that the long-suffering public doubtlese consider the mention of meteorological phonomelna should be made a penal offence, yet I think no apology whatever is needed for chronicling the extraordinary favors showered upon us by Jupiter Pluvius during the last few weeks. We had a Jubilee downpour which continued, with scarcely an hour's cessation, throughout that festive week; then a day or two of fine weather; then another prolonged deluge; till the ground is, what with tlheso and preceding instalmonts, in such a state that we can only cry with "The Ancient Mariner," "Water, water everywhere." Now there's one iteme of nenws, Mr Editor; and I must proceed to find some more, for I notice in a recent issue that your newly.fledged Doderang correspon dent, in expanding Iris trong young wines, gives me a crusher in the face, to the effect th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

'~Prnewan Wright,' & Co., Limited. PI'U. .IC N\OlICE. 17' E h to ,tsiff that 1(c have this day -,Yi.1,)lP i) .i .ur Ilh.;IlNESi.? ut , 1.; A , ..1'¢1) an1l \\.,(ale( to 1'1 1tMI,\\VAN, 1;'h 1',andI CO.? P'ANY (LIT1'l')D). iui :1 5.' a IiMuch plll r Icll ll e i l il g u ll y ull to .i.rt iI and liibrl suppoll: rucived by o s . n diny years. S!'r ,0111(, \Vright, 1u5l Company, $.i :i l: 1 l, a \lir wull ust 1 lish l with lr1u1 rest t ,royou!Im t COL ":l0 ic3s, (l1( aýa)lcies in 1l] pIt.... f taou world, 10 COO con0id:lently reeun'enond them, and tr L.:. ,uy will reeive a cuntinunleu of yo(ul" I TAN EY & OMUNll. .lbJy, 10th YOU, sng137. r, I I'tl 'eflece to the abere, We have much .pl' are in snliciting a contin1uaceu of the ' Ii ,rt previouAly l oy Le?ld to Mnssrs " :enle!u) an1d 1i11, and our patrons niny r?st S," l l:il:.of olr hunt ehloavrs. " -".)11IWVAN, WRIGHT, & COMPANY (LIM 'l'El)). Albury ,11d \Vodonga. IW'ITORAL BALSAM, ..1?liST VALUA1ULE ,\AND CERTAI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, fliAn STruEET, r onoGA,, Wholcolo and?:l '' "il T1ia ofllest esaillkiodl; 3ittdaery i E .. o. ELLISg , ot' t' ' l?. y nd Wodo". ga "I Rpahs neatly execu?d.1J , :All work g, ,antlw neyso h ld ,' . Charges tait:tly oodvcyjteratiU. FRIDEOLFa JSK OS IURHNSEDo' .'N, .-,.oa h"Faz. ',' O11 STREEY ATD WODONGA, BECS to anniounce that h is pr openpared to TANKS!, ANCK! T ANK!E otAll ial and Wuto order. i pBaths neatly exBaecutd.:' hs ' "Baths All word ke g nt . in 'tock ChOrder by pstrictly modely ate . ed 'to IRIDOLF :· JOHNSON, PLUMBER"&" TINSMITH; HIGH I STREET, W ODONUIC,' ]E(O tohe ionsa that hors openic),d Visits itDONt Shop in ted premiseay an itacd ae TIIm-,SI-NLE h OficC. TANKS!" TA'NKS ! TNKS! SaR orize, me day nr. B reths i i B lhs !.n Bathste lvery dL?IEption'of TISNWARE mNdo tN ordor,'and kept in stock; i Orde s by po?yPvelttdnly a ttentidlto; th M .. favoi hor . vith tair patronage. , Pr.Fasso?er ? dren to 'it~ve' trson (Oy ho f t e ndaynor of Muh), VisAts ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

A PPRENTICE ,WANTED. Apply A W. IH. Moulder, saddler, Wodooga. WANTPED, a smart netiroe OY, to net as boots, Apply Terminus Ho:ol, Wudonda. W ANTED, a good CABDRIVER. Apply T. I. JEdwards, Wodonga. M USIC I MUSIC ! MUSIC!! I-The JIIILEE NUMBIER of the AUS. IRALIAN'MUSICAL MAGAZINE cla he obtained at ToI SENTINs. Office. Price, Is 3d Eleven beautiful songs amld ballads and four pieces of dance music, ineluding the Elsa Gavotte and Stolen Glances Waltz. To Splitters and Fencers. ~TANTED, FENCERS for splitting S the thtither atnd putting up a post and rail a?sd posts and wire fences on Huon's Hill.\ Apl, ly JOHN MOfRISON, Kiewa Road, Wuodonga. To Fencers' rI ENDERIR ird invited for FENCING I. and splitting, near W\odonga. Spe. elctietlons to he seen at our offices, Albury and Woddonsa. (;ORI)ON AND GiORDON:i ,, Architects and Surveyors.." Notice. A LL ACCOUNTS duo to the u~ndlr sigued must ho PAID by the end of AUG(lUST, or they will be placed in the handsu of a solicitor for re?overy....

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

CORRYONG.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The weath of late has been in deep mourning in these parts, and for the last week or two has been weeping almost incessantly. The gleams of sunshine have been few and transient, and I am half inclined to believe that Corryong is beginning to emulate that part of Scot- land where the only variation from continuous rainy weather is that "it   sometimes snaws." Hillsides are threaded with trickling streamlets, creeks are swelling into torrents, the Murray is   putting on its dignity as a river of some pretensions, springs are overflowing, roads are in many places submerged, paddocks are half swamped; it is "water,     water everywhere;" and mud and mire   mixed up with general discomfort, and grumbling, are the preominating ele- ments. As I write, the rain appears to have taken out a fresh lease, and is coming down with a steady, dogged persistency that is simply exas...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen ! MILTON.— FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

obonllgi& " "oluong cntincl. Awake ! AriesI Or be for over fallen! M2lr.TOx. i FRIDA Y, JULY 15; 1887. "' --- - Thorn will ho quite a :lbvy of candi. dates for thel vnri,'us vacancies t,:lh Jfillol iig the Wodoiiga Shir cotincil in Augusit. Cibtliillora inllllrick (president) and .Street. will retire, and they will be lppo?ed by DM? W. O. i'Farliaeg, who haes foiglt mnlny a hard municipal fight. before.. Mrr M'Farlan'a ddreoss to thile rtuolyoraes altpunal' ini another columnllllll Meoers Halrkin luid Adanli. will: be inoiihlatd to till the extraordinary vacancy caiised by the rotiremennt of Mr John Royvee: while bMesors P. O'Connor and Poter M'Lean naliro to till ex.aolnneillor Drapor's seat. T'helre is every prhobnihity. of n very exciting crolteat for neach of thile abov seats,. There is n hburning question heture thie ritepayersi jllt flnw, the only bone of cnltention to be fought nt--or, moro il p .op'an'ty, mnawed out-beingthe recently resurved site fIr n shire hall. '...

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TALLANGATTA LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, 13th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

TALLANGATTA LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, 13th JULY; (Before Messrs. W. H. Foster, G. D. M'Cormick, and, J. S. Cooper, Licensing Magistrates): The following transfers were granted Joseph Lowden to Thos. DuFrocq; Tin- taldra Hotel; H Quickenstedt to S. White- head, Towong Hotel; G. H. Fenby to Edward Hughes, Wabba Hotel; J. Midlren to T. Osmond, Welcome Hotel, Koetong;   Laura Lewis to Richard Taylor, Laurel Hotel, Mitta Mitta; James Drummond to Hugh Thompson, Burrowye Hotel; Alexan- der Dunn to G.W. Wooster, Redbank     Hotel, Jingellic. DANCING IN HOTELS Inspector of Licensed Premises v. Jas. C. Smith, For allowing his premises at Be- thanga to be used as a dancing saloon. Inspector Thomas prosecuted. Constable John Elliot, sworn, said - I know defendant. Visited his hotel on even- ing of June 4th. Saw four couples dancing. in a room off the bar. Spoke to defendant, reminding him that he had been warned before, in October 1880. The general con- ...

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