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THAT POOR MASTIFF DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

'THAT POOR MASTIFF DOG. (To the 'memory of a'friend's mastiff dog, which is supposed to have, departed from this transitory world from' ec:uses' uni Sknown'.) , .. 'We spis hilm from the dqorwvay '*We mis him from the street, ; ,,.: SWen issaýis deep-toned bayin ng, And we miss his'littlo feet. / ' tWe miss hlii.>frohtlih'o:fireside, /' SWe mls him from his prog, . SAnd weo eally don't kunwowhtor hai- I That great big mastiff dog. SOne day ho went.ost:frb'in m a-c- i' 'Twas In the early morn SWe waited through that weary'lay, ,-. Yet he did not return. , Next morning we went looking, STo try and hunt him up; i I But loe will never come again t That great big mastiff pup. a We don't know whore his body lies' r Wo don't know where it rests; t We doubt not that the big Ilowflios- r ( Those fearful summer pests ] Have got Into his darling nose, SAnd closed that organ up, And feasted on his retty eara Alas I poor mastiff pup. fHis pretty lips, so full and sweet, t Would tempt you to c...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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CORRYONG [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

uOi:IiYONG ('ROsI OUR OWN CO5tRESpONDENT.) On Friday anud Saturday, 21st and 22nd ult., a bazaar wias hold at Cudgowa in aid of the buitlng fund of the Cudgewt Wesleyanl Church, and in attempting to give a brief account of the great event I must confess that my peolt splutters with something like nervoustness, lest it should fail to adequately descrilbe the busy scoile, graced with the presence of crowds of willing purclhaser, rendered ittractive by "a rich and varied display" of usefdl, Irnnmelltal, and cunnlingly-lmadoe articles, tlhat rendered variety bewildering as rawell as charlnig ; the whlole agreeably en livened with the vocal and instrumental Iltusic. The bazaar, which was formally opened by thel Ito. . Alday, local mtinis ter, was held in a spacious muarques, ,specillly erected, andt contained two ex tolnsive stalls furnished with all thiat feluale itngelnuity could tlevise in the way of needlework, knittingwtrk, creowolwrk, crochetwork,,beatlwork, braidwork, and- and eve...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ANSWER THIS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

Axs.sv?,n T'|X,'---idl you ovOr know rny. porunrI to be ill, withont inn?tihon of thl stoinach, lilcr or kidloyo, or dill yon evOe know.one, who wo well when ethior was obotruotod or inlctivr e ? and lid 'ol ouver,, know or hear of any ore of the ind, th?it Dr Sople's Ain?ricn lHop Bitters would inot cuire? lskl your neighbor thia snmq qgo?o: tion,. Tiweet

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

GAZETTE NOT7rOWl 8. ! LcvsxsEs ArPnovws. G; A. I'Anson, 850a, Gundowring' i Ls(EiE ArPIPovD., John Woodland, 14a, Belvoir West "' Patrick Darmody, 158a, Baratodudis SSarah E. Sutherland. '557a Thologo long William Collins, 342a, Thologolozig Edward Collinsi, 356a, Tholognolng Patk. J. Alongan, 895a, Tawanga Jis. F. Coulstnn, 302a, Barnawartha South Jasper Newoo, 128a,'Baarrnwartlhs John Martin, B0a, Bnrinainrtha South Jas. Richardeon, i10a, Bardnawartha Win. White, 178a. Ba onvartha South Jas. D. Walsh, 420a, Dederaug Jas. Donvanoy, 7ca, Brutnrong Jlo. Tuohoy, lla. Kergunyah Jno. Artor, 325a, Dedorng , Thomas Dodd,. 317a,_ Doderang Mary Lambert, 750a, Brnarong.i Eliza A.. lo?.an, '412n, BMurrismrctang bong Richd. Stephnens, 570, . Yack.andandals Juno. I. Wilson, 90n, Walwa. , Chan. Wordsworth, 414a, Walwna . lhauilton tM'(lurg, 203a, Tintaldra Agones Whitehead, 970a, Wahba \VWin. Post, 412n, Walwa lienjn. Wheeler, 308a, Cola- Colao Thos. .T. Murray, 395n, Wanra . leo. \VWholer, 187a...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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A LEVIATHAN CATTLE SALE AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

n ItRVIATJLAN CAT1'L'JI SZALE Al' IVODON(1A. \Vlhs,. six or seven years ago, sales of store stock were inaugurated at Wodonga at irregular itntervals; 'with 'llsdeob t mttibs of .80 or,100 head, the .tiost saenguine believer in the suitability of the' phisco as a dlepot could, 'scarcely l. have conceived that tih market would.. lpeedily. develop into the front rank whlich it Inot aditedly neeo. pflea. ?he Wedonga sales attrnot buyers from all parts of \ ictorla, as well as from the bordor districts of New South Wales. This latter circumstance is tole to the fact that; thanks to the exertions of Mr FPorg ?eo the loutl collector of customs, buyers fromt Niba South Walid ar·i allowed 5a a theau-n - the almouit of 'the st'ock tax--whell tthe cattle are being roecrossed fromt Victoria into tile sisler colotny. 'I'li ilnpourtait coltes aion was t(itly gilltel after a great deal of ropresaltatioa to'thle cllhiistcr of Custolel. It was pointedl ' out to' the political ead tlhat the conelcss...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

P;''.3ýer ¾iwani Wncjhi.\ & `k; o.,, Limited PUll HI' N0l'1'C14. j(1;L; p ! ti ha e have this da ittlttitg~ t';L' i'i t WI' l LI't. Ilito tl~ll f DslirNKI, ) l'onur 1:1251N145S it Aihtlo s tud \l'itohttigi to 1hICI' \l II AN, !S i I ll' Ii,' a (d ' iCt II L''t ' iIl'l'EliP. rimt iiiv ir itcel npblii,.o' int hrtting you al for, t~t ind taiid litril sipportit rt."irt't by us fr . t .al;:t irs Ot lial, l\t iiit, oft1 ( ssipls · jot ' tieal i'tru, ,ltl utl u ithvi OILrwh titm tiesi' theIr~tl' iioi itiic.,s in aoune ~ti yolr 'p,1Ni'OR 69 Ia A DIUrioIRt.: It esrecq: to the so~ts, it iris's 11 ell; 1{~'4 snre iI utoliaitii§ )t, atiutitjiuince of .lie 'i le'j':uu illiir f tl~ ourµ tllrtiouýý[i sa It~ '4t~ of our yt4~iits'd'' SLdIJITOVJII. & q, tt Nei.Otitle' ~~ltl~~~totN is1iii' o lqit , 'itit 'toc rnt'd;1 jsr ti'o Utrs, biiry, ;gidii Ppiiltie it IV " nw '- Y~\ nvnr14 ''I 'Jul~lnt. C' , F N ''' 11111 'lstij~h~tl-' 1":iii.~ ~ lllllt I 'Ilf' INU7?C t o hC"ID .'r'4i N'I'tLK"I `...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E= - dELLIS, OF ALBURY 'AN1"VWODONGA, ]3EGS to anouncoe that he is propaTod to MANUFACTUJtE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Both at Albury and Wodonga. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. i Charges strictly moderate. S_FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, EGS to announrce that ho has opened a STinsmitl's Shop in the prenmise lately Uased as Tins SENTIlNeL Olfice. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. ' Baths Baths ! Baths ! Every description of TINWAItE ?,uad't'o order, and kept in stock . Orders by post punctually attended to. .' ' USICI ''MUSIC I 1 MUSI 1,1 Professdr L., Iverson (Of thle ilenna Coiservatolre of Music), Visits \IODONGU en -Vedineedays and , , Saturdays. Addres--Allen's Terminus Hotel. "Live, and Let Live.' CHARLIE SYMONS HAS started tho' BEST CAB oni the S line, between Albury and W\Ydonga, and will pay every attention to those who favor himii with their platronago. Passengers drivoen to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

'S. MASON., TEfIJO1 STREET, W ODONCGA 'ErTAntai1to 1817? S GROCER, .Rnd'GENERAL PROVISION STORE .Wbdodnga Butchery.: GEO. ,-. ALLEN ' U GS to announce that he hns purchased B the business of Mr lomer Wilson ;and hopes to .merit a continuaceO of theo aspport so :iberially ,accorded to'his .prlctsso.ors. iNothliug b4t firt.clate ' alet 'leavnes; this ' - etblio?hneht. :Small Goods of' Every Descripition. IPractical Watchmakler, DEAN'-STREET, ALBURY, ,Qpposito Courtbhouse, - EFSPFOT FULLY reminds the public [1 "thatl'eu hclnow.c Iphand A ,XLI+4\ S, OktT.JI ) STOCK of English l e?g.pya, and Waltha?m Watches, All Examnined anpl Guaramteod. 1, Also, Amterj?en stp1 French, CLOCKS, •ud na large and vied assortment of SGol anid silver Jewellery, . . . Contistin~g of llroncles, Earring, , Necldlets, Jfracolets, ,tc.; Weplding Riage, Keepers, Nugget, Sigilet, anul Ccin Rings. •N.B.-All WAATCII JOBIIING done ,und'er Ipy pornonal supervisioi." Those who nfavor me. with their patronage will recei...

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BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

.BE7I'IANGA ?LRANGII A.M.A. The commriitten held their monthly meet ing at the ollice on W ednesday, 20(th inst. 'There were present-The vico-preshient, (in the chair), Messrs Davies, Hall, llarnett, Fillippini, John Power, Trewella, Shurman, Jomune Jury, Michael Moahor, jun., and the treaosurer and: secretary. ,The minutes of the last meeting were road alnd confirmeld, and the following correspondence dealt with:-From Mr Peter ,Wright, M.1., stating that lie hal supported Dr Quick s bill to anneld tihe Regulations of the Mines Act 1883, to enable persons charged with an offence under the sanme to give evidence on their own behalf, and that he would also support the proposal of the Sandhurst Mining ]noard with respect to peorlitting roiners to purchase their holdiln's or reti denco areas upon the principle o? deferred paymlients, should it comie ibefore the Hlouse. Receivced.- rom the Secretary of the A:M.A., giving credit for funeral levy and I dues upon the overpaid Koitangata lev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

1'rli brat 11101itf0c ionrw is SA~m ina(Id Suva' E1UCALYPTI FSXTIA cT. Juat iltswilintnt, rnvor'fu olrouts In ournghcs, Calila iIliuIInzn, thu rollus is Jostootiocoas. To sorloos cases, ssl aoooidents of ll kiolly , beo they wounods, isornsn scfldiisgo, nlosises, opaissi, it Is. the safest roosoesly -no qwulling-po ;11anmmtio Like sur liriaing uffetr, s rolollco crop, Isoil soeu l clinics all user the globe; pastronisodhy is.is Majesty 11th King of Itatl; uromsilll 'with slls cial asd 51iplmli551 at Intarsatlssol, Exniito, Amssstsrdaims. 'I'rust ii this applris'edlnrdilo, 555d1 roject all otsers. SXTANTE , a GROOM. Apply Allen's V V Terminus Hotel, Wodonga. o ,' 1 rIlENDERS WANTED- foiFENC.INGi.= IL Particulars at 0. Lelghton's Wodooga Stores. : : r pEN SHILLINGS REWARD.-Stolen or strayed . from Vodonga, on 2Oth September, bay HORSE, broaded At over C tff shoubler. The above reward will be paid on bringing the horse to Til: SENTIN.EL Otlice. l I ')TICE.-I heoreaby ive iotice(tlh bl ...

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GUNDOWRING. 25th October. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

G UIVDO IJVRING. America-tho land of novelties-goes. in largely for baby shows, and such thitiga' aroj not unknown iunder the Soutlhrni Orohd, for "infant dxhibitioii??' liBair blien hlihl at sariinusplaces iii this colbony. VWell, wu hliad: onuo t Lundowring on thim 24th ult., ,ouly tlhoru sw It iifi' pi.. Eight or nine cofants terribles, nearly, all in the "in:iarihts' ?!tagodlitdoo'onvivynd to the post-oflio.m by tlheir rosliectiro istternal progenitors, and at that trystin' plino "eaclh l other Ihold aloft her child,d not to bless (tho riubow, but to have it receive fronm.iorthfliy'tD Muelle an in. jection , of .thu, nj ink;, scab, hair, ;and blood, Whllich, according to Mlr Gatnson, fills the viccliio tubes. All the young hopefuls "received the stool " heroically. with tlhe exception of one lusty eight moniitlhs-old, who strongly objected to the abrasion' of th oepidr(lmis 'bf his brawiny arm; and "signilled tie namo in the usual mannter "'of small fry. The doctor was hurriedly...

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NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH FROM LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH FROM LIGHTNING. We have to chronicle a very narrow escape from death being struck by   lightning last week. The weather was   very warm and sultry during the begin- ning of last week, but on Thursday last a very sudden change took place, and a heavy thunderstorm came on about four o'clock in the afternoon of that day. The lightning was vivied and continuous, and proved very destructive in this localit. Two young girls who are living at Mr Joseph Hanson's, Miss K. Murrell and Miss S. Waller, were sitting at the fire- place during the storm when a flash of lightning came down the chimney tear- ing away the bricks in its course. The electric current struck the girls,a d for a time it was feared that they were both killed, especially the last mentioned, who was knocked into the fire by the force of the currenc, and badly burned about the side, arms, and head. Dr Brennan was     sent for, and was speedily in att...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON.— FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

Awasko Ariso! Or be for over fallen! ' FR ; IDAY, ROYEMBJ3LR 4, 1887. SI musstbohe matter of no small satis' factin to' tl' cbldids' igenerally, and particularly to Victoria, that in thl irritating New Hebrldril question has a.t length been settled upon, thd Smain hi bsisl conteinledl tfor' fomo 'thd firlt, ;viz., that the French evacuate the islands. Their illegal opeupation of ileo grqouphas;lcion aisource 6f achiioy" 1. aigeo and ~ stai?ding menace to the whole of Australia, as it was not only ifade in defcancoo!f the treaty of 187.7, blat 'uynl'lslinfiinitely ini6c to the furi pose, has threatened to be permanent is a!cd to be the first step towards secur y. ing the loplqcefor ?le?reception of the wo worst of Frenlch criminals. Had Lord DERnr rellmailled ill office, Or had the colonies been less In'onoupeed in their oi opposition, or nmaintaiMdd that oppOsi. .ticon witl less. porsisteace and'vlgor, .there can bhe littlo. doubt that our shloes would in tim be binvaded by tlhe oUt...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

Deaths. McGAFFIN.—At House Creek, Wodonga, on         the 3rd November, after a lingering     illness, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of   Alexander McGaffin; aged forty-eight years.           SHELDRICK -At Wodonga, on 29th October, Thomas John Sheldrick, engine- driver Victorian railways; aged fifty-four     years. Deeply regretted. [Inserted by his eldest son, H. A. Sheldrick.]

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

ALBURY MARKET. dResra Chas. L.. GOriflith and Co. report holding their usual fortnightly market on Tueslay last (the Prince of Wales' birtliday falling on Wednesday, their usual day), when they yarded 250 cattle and 25L'0 lhuelp. Cattle-250yarded, about ole half useful. beef, remainder. mostly good couditioned stores. Owing to the heavy flicds prevailing throughout the district, the attendance of buyers was much smaller than usual. Best lot of bullocks in averaged L6 15s, best cows Lr, prices shoeing it slight decline on re cent rates ; forward store 'lhllocks to L5 10s; younger cattle proportionate rates. They sold drafts for .Iessrs P. Ortlipp, A. O. Boyle, J. W.:M'.Kollar, Jas. Green, John Boyea, James 3lutosh, Thuos. Holmes, Mrs E. Chrisp, and others. Sheep-2500; shorn sheep yarded, best wethers in light and only useful mutton averaged (s 10d, a few crosabreds 10s Od, store wvethor s 5S Dd to a 6Od for forward condition, store owes from' 4i to 5s 6d, fat lambs small and young 5s...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

TO WONG SHIRR COU7NOIL. COMMITTEE MEETING. The committee appointed to deal "with applications fromapersons willing to pros. poct under the terms of the council's grat' from th,.Prospecting Vote met at' the Shire Hall on Saturday. The follow ing members were prlnent:-The preosi dent (Cr Scarlett), Cr' Carkeek, Rubin sonl, and the secretary. Coruispoundeuce, was received from the hen. secretary of the Corryong Prospect. ing Cummittee, applying for a share of the grant to be expended in that locality -The secretary was instructed to reply; and state that none of the e' grant was available,as the money had been allocated by the Prospecting Board and the Min ing Department to Granya, Tallangatta, and Bethanga. Applicatmons for employment on the shire prospecting Imrties were received from the following, viz., V. Bdtts, Sandy Creek; (O. W. Walton, R. L. 'Walton, T. N. Jewell, junr., J. Hf. O'Halloran, R. Williams, J. Miller, J. Jenkins, and J. Rbberston, Granya; P. O'Brien, James "Polnmea...

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[ADVERTISEMENT.] A DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

(AvfTIseMnENT.] A DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THil SETITEL. Sin, -You will oblige me if you will give the letter and the enclosed a small'space in your nixt issue, ae the nftter is of greet im portance to ire, my character being at stake. From what-I can learn, Andrew IHeekendorf has been spreading reports abroad to my in. jury, telling his friends and the publio that I informed on him having land in New South Wales besides having a selection in Wodonga, Victoria. I denied the charge in Mr Heckendorf's presence,and asked him to go with inme tothe inspector of lands in Albury, as he (Heckendorf) stated to me that my letters were read out at the Land Board, Urana, when his land was declared forfeltedj and also read at Mr Guest's farm. The letter from the inspector speaks for itself, and if, after this, he does not publicly 'apologlse, I will seo him for slander in the next court at Wodonga.-Yours. &c.; WILLIAM C. M'FARLANI.

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

COMMERCIAL. -4~-- S~'"WODONGA. Thd' following are the latest quota tions : Flour, £9 per ton .Wheat, 3s 6d per.bushol Butter (potted), 5lid per lb Potatoes (Warrnambool), £4 per ton Barley, 3d per lb. Butter (fresh), 9d per lb Eggs, 9d per dozen White oats, 3s 3d per bushol "Brown oats, 2s 8d. per bushel Cape barley, 3s Gd per bushel English barley, 4s per bushel Bran, is per bushel Pollard, is per bushel Chaff, £3 10s per ton Hay, £4 per ton Peas, 4s per bushel .. .?"' Maize, 4s 6d.

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"Inspector of Lands Office, "Albury, 25th October, 1887. "W. C. M'Farlane, Esq., "Wodonga, "Re Heckenderf's C.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

S Inspector of Lands Office, "Albury, 2.5th October, 1887. " W. C M'Farlane, Eseq., " Wodonga, " Re Heckenodrf's C.P. "Dear Sir,-Your note of the 21st inst. to hand. Heckendorf's statement about you is incorrect. , The letters read out at the Board were those written by myself, and one I re ceived from the Lands Offce, Bsecchworth. I may have said to Hleckendorf.that you could prove, if required, he had a selection adjoinilg, you at Wodonga. This was in reference to a case of Jones against Klinge. You, I know for a fact, never wrote a line about the matter. The person who told me most about the case was a man named Pert sold. luest, the farmer you speak of;was present, anld the conversation took place at hie (Guest's) house. Ileckendorf will cer. tainly have his New South Wales C.P. land forfeited,, and our Government will inform the' Victorian Governinont of the matter fully; and a prosecution will most likely take place. The matter you refer to cannot be withdrawn now. Hcckendorf ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

COR? YONO. (FROM OUR OWN COnRItSPONDNrT.) "Register I Register I Register I" Such is the burden of the cry at present sehnt forth by eleotoral registrars, and I would urge upon all holders of electoral rights to get them renewed before Thursday, let Docember, that their names may be Iserted in the new general lists. It will not be so very long before the general Parliamentary elections .will be upon us, and it behaves' every man to look Well after his voting privileges. Mossres Crawford and Co., proprietors of :the rcach runnlsq from. Tallangatta to Corryosg, require just a little, wakla"g up. I do not know who le the responaiblo agent with regard to delivery of parcels, but I do know that it amounts to something more than neglect when prepaid parcels are tossed carelessly aside and kept hiddes in obscurity for some three or four weoks without any notice being given to the owners of their arrival. It is tobe hoped that this hint may he taken by the management of the firm, otherwise ...

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