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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

PRINCE OF WALS' HiAL', YWODONGA. FRIDAY EVENING, 22nd JAN. A - Grnd Ethiopian ENTERTAINMENT WODONGA AMATEUR MINSTRELS. Splendid Programme in Preparation. Admission-2s aind Is. Reserved scats, 3s. 'BT. LUKE'S CHURCH, WODONGA. A MEETING of the congregation will be .held in the church on Tuesday even* ing' nxt. Business-Election of guardians for the ensuing year. A LL DEBTS owing to CORBETT and SHEEHAN without W. T. Corbett's signature will be sued for by . W. T. CORBETT. Shire of Yaokandandah. T E N.D E R S, ADDRESSED. to the President,will be received until ten o'clock on Thuras day, the 28th day of January, 1886, for the undernentionod WORKS:- For hiad-railing two bridges at Long Swanmp' ' For aide cutting, &c., at Johnson' S-:.oint, Kergunyalt For cutting and. llhing at Kinching ton's, Dederang road For cutting and filling oppolite Jec Saop's, Ddolrang road For culvit in Henry's lano, Tan . gainmblaug For culvert near Ronin's, Deoderang For: bridge, 4c., near Niohols' Gap M...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO MY FRIENDS AT WODONGA AND THE UPPER MURRAY. (PER FAVOR OF THE SENTINEL). [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

TO MY FRIENDS AT WODONGA AND THE UPPERI MURRAY. (rPaR'IAVOR OF TIlE STN'riNEL). Mr DeAn e'RIENDS, Through 'the kinlnoss and liberality of the editor of The enttitel, Who has con sotted to insert this letter for ame in his truly valuable paper, I - have an oppor tunity of doing in this'litanner what I deeply regret circumnstances did not, per. mit tme to do personally, and tlhat is, to bid you ill farewell, and to thank you heartily for the great kindiess and the friendly spirit which has been manifested, not only towards myself, but towards Mrs Shokleton and every member of our family during the whole of our compara tively short sojourn amongst you, .and also to express our best wishes and earnest prayers for your future welfare, both spiritually and temporally. It is the first time I have been obliged to leave a district without having gone round every house for a farewell visit, or, if not, having, given a farewell service at Each place; but on this occasion our move was so sudden...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR TUTHILL AT BEECHWORTH. THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

MCR TUTIIILL "AT B ECIEWVOR[I if (BY ELE TRIO Ti L'OUiAPII) ( VR OW'e COaREPoNDr.N'I ) ThUIODA'. xnuur. tll- .hill adlrJrs d a n cmting! of 400 eleectbr here tonight, and ai )t dlat11 ýa enthusi~iYotii: re lptiul. D[C.f.. I u.rý, r p --aid ht o then tha14, r-ectipied" thp tIhk hurtsr cizeulrtteJ by joiui ilc'iu n of-, " danua as to his ittitutle toUwdH t11,0 cation Aet,.and hui iiiiirbks aeri lou4Yj apl,lautet; A' vote o'. iornfid riou iya, '`pioued by in large hiuije ity.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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EPISCOPALIAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

PI:SCOPALIAN AFFAIIRS. The following is the text'u it circulari issued.thil week amongst the Clhurch bf EniglaHi community in Wodi g nVodu antid the Upper Murray, there being now orvery prospect of the church in this'distrci?C tloirlshling, seeing that it has its its hliad a gientlelmall iii full dlilers:--.tThe bishiop of tho diocese haviling -insalitulted the pariochlial district of :oudoigataidillppaer bMurray a a?parate p risah,,in lharge of an iliounmbont' it now 'poasesses all the -d. vantage . of".parocliil aidnlinistratioi' Th* sarcornieiits of briatism ilndit.he'Lbid's - supper will be administered regularly and 'frequa?itl. llMarriagles i'ayib celibrate,l at: any tune. It is proposed? to ilnitm. diately appoint an anssit m?it liii-ter;, to reside at Curryong,_ whi l.h will enouro re fr'qLiu.nt s'rvliocs t.lui hiretofore. .Ls soon as the?iaHbve~ applintmenlt is nale, a plan of tho sarv'ios to lio held t'lruighout thei distriot Will ie drasn ifip' a il. cireulated_ iuarterly...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

6AZEZTE N1OTIWEB. -- ? ... Ap'plicationis :for Loa?e ? Approvod.- Cornolius M'Gratli, Thulogolong; Jas. O. Smith, Tailgarno; John Bird, Talgarno; pavid.A. Williamns, Walwa; Peter Drum nmold," Talaandoori; Jamnes Lord, Dorchap; D 1oild Smlith; Norung. u?lA of, Now Licenses. - Patrick ir, D.erg; Elndmund Green, Ma ? Allen Hodder, Magorra; John S"ill,: Barandudda; Jamesi Kearney, ?d?a1ngi Alex. M'Kay, Wyeeoboo; Mat. tersen, fagorra; Patrick Quirk, Tan giatbalanga; Mary Shelley, Wudonga; COhas. Wheoler, Colac C?lac; Bernard Walshe, Norong.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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DIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE" TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

S' WHERE. CREDIT IS a , DUE," i? TI?E EDITOR OF T?E S .BITINEL. .Se,-In A1,: last issue of The'&etin4el 'your report of the sports held at?Tallan; gatta on the lst inat..mnontion that Leo, a " local pod,.," .wa secoLnd in the handicap. That Leo was second in the race is true; but hQp is not a Talangattaito, as he hails froý?Iwa. In fact, nope o. the Til :an~.h'~ ,".ppdp.." succeeded in getting a -p lace¢ .\> ,iiiesrting this, you will dispel the erroneous Impression, that is held by xany.-Yours, &e., . Kiowa, 13th January. .. A Philidelphiia hatter claims that the heads of Americans are gradually but surely dolor.:asinv in size.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

Eluctriwtyfis IuuVLIsUttliY, eIJlkcyel hi work a t t.retJ1·tbn cranum a iourwdry ut Saira Orcn. FrijlgeC.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

"1J I.~ 0: IHUNTE, L'osyr-,anr Mail frl i'la.: 'xI N"Nlii at ,4llxry, yid la' ;.utla "ricai lx". roxx'x4 4uaxxnrixxtixaxAdl vrr tl(.~x .oant. andxi axa'i(xjn for Joh I'rint(~g on L, h(alf tol )hio FIxa l. r.YAN & TAYLOR,., i'.rop joiora. 1F saE 41 2 eP K H LA'l- hl'EtN'iP 0?, "`II?' ' IMPORTTAINT, T 'I )l T0' ADYET(. TI'nhRS, hUGJBSTIOBaIhtS, AND. . f `HEl5S' faje pxr.ipxa.torod, 'n~tfitll at thx' suxccess icja.Ijaxas. xattoaalcd theira Ofrorta .to ilredl.xto - .rot.o(ma o wakidly newpaper aax d. fEenxp of W~o!)oxega and Upper -Murray inteaxrxdle en tha! Victorian ci.le of-the borxlex, laxave; auch p':anre hxa annxxxxnciua" (alintl tl Ixaxo " aunicald to pualiaaela tS r;? tL, In i ddtlotin thx h 'xxal'xi'al `ccxxrivtnews conatkained irn Tim: SRx~ixe',, Vaettfxx Mxfarket Iopxrtr, Cooxsnu-xi.rl, Irra. Sgatixin, 'laaafx taLn( .' xopaxL xxiad Intarco. lonlal:- TcSxxgrxaxaa, - lia.mexxaay Daexatxnxa, its;, All he apoxaiaifcxatiareo of the Suppl-c U.)MPIlr NEXZE ,Y .IOUNAL. out of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

JOtHN G. WIGG, SIIOnI STREET, .WODONGA, .Vholesalo ,and Retail Tlio '1ilstabisih6 Butehlry in Trodotiga Al -:HEATS?' of `BEST `QUALTYT' I iHays on hand.? , -.E. Small Goods of very description. HIDES and SKN'S 'URCIASED. A.n , . Ft TLARTON dASH BUYER Of all kinds of LOCAL-: PRODUCE,; - + I n c l u d in g - _ . . WOOL, `TALLOW, HIDES, SKINS, &e.° Ordrs- fiorn' squiatters; "farmeors, and othlrs ':ii tliheUpper Murraiy: will receive prompt attention; '':-; No cobnnectioni ith any store in Wodonga. AkJ. FULL A U RTO-N, WVDoNoA. JAMES GRANT, ILARIIER " AND GENERAL SMITH - TALLANGATTA. A LL KINDS of TURNING done on the prcmises, and repairs effected in a workmanlike style. .GENER-AL BLACKSMITH AND +%X FARRIER, " Elgin street (near railway crossing) Wododga. SJ. LAMBOURN Begs to thank his numerous custom ers for past favors, and hopes to still merit a continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED.'' IIORSESIIOEING A, SPECIALITY. Why? BecaIuse they aroliodl accordfiig to art and s ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

COMMERCWIAJ STOPE, WODONUA. IMichaci Cr'onin, WINEd AND SIITRTTr MlI?RCIrlsr GROC]PY, D)RAAIFR', I PNSONnlcJw ERY,\ IIOOTS, ant] FAkAI PIIODUCE. A Largn ;Assorticnfit of i WVINFS AND SPIRITS Ah ayr' on hand, Dunv Ille' . l'irkvb, Rcuuezay a ranUdy, JDKZ Gin, Bnalmoral Whiphy, Jawieon'n do. Aino rican Hop Biftora, Wolf's ahclianpa. ,Evc ryhlbi at tbo Lowcot 1'ooble Rotce. DISSOLUTION OF PAIrTNERSHIP. (Late A. Fn11~rton anid Co.) FAMILY GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, DRAPERS, ..and GALVANISED IRON. and WIRE MERCHANTS. G. L. BI eg to i;ifobrn"tl inhabitants' of.,\b donga?indi surroinidl distr ict' that ? aving takeu,n-the above h lsiness' he is pi"pu;ed to supply everythiing ini the above o .lines at actual town pr'ices. ' r . , The TE AS supplied are Specially Selected, and thea:W.hole of t'e.-. Groceiies are of the. Best - W Vell-knowi -Branids;: ..LARGE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTIIING TO BE SACRIFICED. ,. GENT'S CLOTH ING ... D. E TO. IEASURE, LARGE STOCK. OF PATTERNS TO CHOSE FROM. LARGE STOC...

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JLNGELIU ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

J .~(fl~Zf:IO 4NNO LP17a7£1 r' . A nies little couiitry.; gatheilng:; camrn off at tho rear of theliRedbank hotel on Ih 27th. ultinmo, "when abiut 200 holi daty-makers took took ;i;lvafitago .of the o ,portunityaffordd for fanmily l friendl re-union, hearty 'liuidshakineg," aid .'a g 'nojil hinking u? of. old adcuiznntuce. for ' Auld Lang S}yneu.'. Tho arrniigomentn o' the sewatrdsa left nothing to bo desired, ?,d, as the weather was .beuatihilly hnte, all present enjoyed thermselres after their owna n"r tic fiahiii. ,' The .f611lwiug were the results:-- 'ALnA: Purs.-M-3r: F Th116inuoz'. --, ; 3Ir ~ ~I'CaUllun'm Playboy, 10o. .r ]Jvl.or.u - r ". Den"p. e. .; lbeam;,. Mr.;,I J. 'euco's-Gra (ird huppor,'k- MIr .J; M' 'ILed'd Gazuette, I;. Only. Ihali-tlthi tarLted.l Sunibeamn let. fromi ts.rt to fihinshi over w?as puslfed, touod uame ii alrcl ,infner SPo4,r It?u.,--This woil by'aL" grey pony: iow?'in by Mr F: Dobinsd. '" o.? ,mior,aTrons SiKx8t?? Mr ' Peroo'a: Gr'is'jiper, 'lt';Mr J: ...

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GRANYA BRANCH OF THE A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

UIRAlIN A .BI1ANOH OF TIHE A.M. A,. The following is the half-yearly, rpoprt. and balanc-ssheet of the above braneh:.- " In sLbmitting this, our first, report,. we are pleased to note that- our branch has surmouuntd 'the difficulty isi rleipot to our finances; owing to the unfoitunate accidents happening to two of oti mom bars from an explosion of dynasmite'injur ing their sight, laying them up fur thirteen weeks, tleus leaving them on Our accident fund for that period. This, together with our limited number of con tributing members, placed us in an awk wakrd position, it being thought necessary to: borrowv funds at one timne to carry on our.. branch. As we have managed to t?do over this dilticulty, we still hope to hltve an increase of members during next quarter,wand trust that those who joinsid usat first will see their way to continne in our.ranks. Trusting the spirit of unity aeld good fellowship may long continue So animate your membera,-Joux, JE' te.s, President; lH?xcR SOLLI...

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THE OVENS ELECTION. MR J. FERGUSON AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

THE . OVEN.Ys ELDECtIiOS. ---+-- 31R J.. FERGUSON AT WVODONCA. On Saturday -evening' ?Mr Joseph Ferguson, acaudidatofor theeCtraordinary vc1ancy in thIO'rupresentatiuii of the Ovens in the Legislative Assemebly, addressed the electors of \Vodringa in 'the Prince of Wales' ,-lall. lhereu ;were. about. 100 lersonis.lpreoent, anid MirW W~ I.. Ferrier, .,. P., was called to the chair, and brietly introditued the e?indidite to the'meeting. 1 Mr Ferguson .wats favorably rbc.ived. He was, he said, a'resideit' of the'districtf for thirty-tiwo years, and, 'ra' fareir' and ;siir, as' well as a member 'of th'llBeech: worth.Ut:it:d Shire Council, ha:l ideitifi.d lii?aself with.tlho 'district.. Befire gbing ;iiy further, lie wished to take 'hoii?'e o durtaini statements mniade by ?Mr Tuthill on Thursday eveiing, and reported in The ,entifeli. -Having read the extract, MIi Ferguson declared that these remarks were iea'hing less than an .insinuation that lie (Mr Ferguson) had been li..ught out by ...

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THE PROPOSED BRIDGE OVER THE MURRAY AT TINTALDRA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

THE PROPOSED BRIDGE OVER THE MURRAY AT TINTALDRA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- Seeing by a paragraph in your valuable columns some days ago that the Government are disposed to favorably en- tertain the above scheme, I, as a resident of the Upper Murray, and one who really has its welfare at heart, must draw atten- tion to the injustice that would be done to a majority of the settlers in this rising district by the erection of a bridge over the Murray at Tintaldra. A bridge is un- doubtedly urgently required in the district, but to place it at Tintaldra would certainly be to favor the few at the expense of the many.   Upon this matter being introduced to the Commissioner of Public Works, it was stated " that the population on both sides of the river at Tintaldra is now consider- able, and is rapidly increasing, and besides a large local traffic across the stream, the stock -traffic is such that a stock inspector has to reside at Tintaldra." This reads very well...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!"—MILTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

Wodonga & Towong Sentinel.   Awake ! Arise ! or be for ever fallen! " --- MILTON.     FRIDAY , JANUARY 15, 1886 . We do not think it is a fact to be regretted that the Elecloral Bill of the ???? ulition Government was thrown out. The question of the due repre- sentation of the people in Parliamnent is always one of the first magnitude, involving a great variety of considera-   tions, and should not be left for dis- cussion till Parliament has become   mo?i???tund. There are, for example, politicians who favor large electorates   which return several members to the Assembly, upon the grounds that general principles of public policy, as contradistinguished from purely local onces, are more calculated to receive attention than as a single electorate. We believe that the current of public opinion is now altogether in favor of single electorates. It has been found in practice that there is often as much...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 8th JANUARY. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M., and W. L. Ferrier, J.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 8th JANUARY.   (Before Messrs W. H Foster, P.M., and W. L. Ferrier, J.P.) INSULTING BEHAVIOIR   Police v John Rolf, insulting behavior and assaulting Constable Kirkham in the execution of his duty. Constable Kirk- ham deposed that on the 16th ult. he went to a tent occupied by defendant near the Murray River, and enquired of defendant if anyone had been there     offering a blanket for sale. Defendant replied with some very low language. Went away, and returned shortly after-   wards, when witness spoke to defendant's wife about the blankets. Defendant again used the bad language complained of. Henry Stephen, cabdriver, deposed that he witnessed the assault. Saw de- fendant strike at the constable three or four times. Defendant was not sober. there was no occasion for the defendant's proceeding to blows. Henry Silk deposed that on the day in question, as he was in last witness's cab, about...

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THE RUMPUS AT BETHANGA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 January 1886

THE RUMPUS AT BETHANGA.   TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL.     SIR.--- As the local correspondent off the Upper Murray and Mitta Herald has made it appear that the business people of Bethanga have indited an insulting letter for the Central Board of Health, I beg for space to insert the same, for we fail to see the result. He says:--- " At a meeting on Wednes- day night, Mr Cole, on behalf of the ob- jectors, tendered for their approval [the miners], a letter which it was proposed the meeting should send to the Central Board of Health. The letter, however, was considered of such an insulting cha- racter that the miners decided to reject it and fight the matter out." He has got mixed a bit. But, as Mr Tigg says, " Every man of true genius has his peculiarities;" so, to be charitable, we will put it down as "eccentricities of genius, and to err is but human. In the first place, I did not tender a letter for approval, and it was not proposed the mee...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. "RADIANTIA SIDERA MUNDI VERTICE ALTO FERIAM." [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

OIIGf?As?AL POETR Y...' "'Rlao:.NTjA , J.7 ln Muri VIIITICE Lhtave travelled the vale of-tie Mitta, 1 And orn laidens?mint gracious I vow, -Lwave I gazed; but I trdv I have nurer yet seen One as beautiful, Maggie, a'thlou. Ah : why ian I f rced ruin this valley to go, Frewi a aiden is fair as the dawn ? Oni whose biight, blueshing cheeks there' it roseate glow, Like the sunbeam that gladdens the lawn. Ah, ilaggie, sweetiMlaggie, what moments of bliss Did I gqitll'as I gazed on thy face; How I longed for a ItOImnodLt to steal but one kiss From lips that in fancy I traceo. All ! iarvellnus girl,' shall I ever forgot ThI eyes that are tender and true. Ah !, would, dearest \laggie, we never had tIut; But how-canll blame surach as rou ? Ah I. Maggie, sweet Maggie, farewell for at titte; But, dearest, I'll never forget Talllugatlla's darling and sweet sunny clinm, And spots where sweet Maggie I met. In my dreans, I will think of.a maiden lllust sWeet, Whllo lives where the ?litta rolls by...

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ST. LUKE'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

T. LUKE'S OCIURCIH. The annual meeoting of the congregation of the above church was heoldon Tuesday last;- .There was only a moderate attendl ance. Tloe business beford the.-nmeeting was the election 'of guardians for the ensuing.-twelvo months, lid the reading of the financiil: stateient _ I The Rev. A. J. Drewott opened the meeting by stating the' objects for which those present ,wero gathered together. Ito referred in eulogistic terms.to the re tiring guardians-ospoeciallyto Mrllarvey, who had worked very hard in the interests of the clhurch-for the church had been well served by them. THle trusted the church work, would still prosper. .They; had lad a gentleman who had made the work prosper, and ho was exceedingly glad of it.. It was a pleasing thing to come into a parish where the previous minister was well spoken of, and where there were no petty bickorings. Every one should take an interest in church matters, for each' had an influence either forgood or bad. All should work t...

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THE OVENS INTERIM ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

TJ[lE OfESIS IN'JEICIM 1gjEX'IPO.V. The election of a menmber of the Legis lativu Assembly to represent the Ouvens, which took place on l'Friday, resulted ini the return of Mr F. It. Tuthill, solietur, of Beechworth, who obtained 7.12 votes against Mr Joseph Ferguison'as (92. Uwring to ilisatike on the part of the deputy returning officer at lEuroin, the voting at tlhat buoth had to be post ponied till Monday, but the polling did not influence lFriday' election t.. any greater extent thain to reduce Mr T.liuthill s pre viuus majority of 50 votes to 2.1. In Wodonga, liarnawartlha, Leoneva, and Dry Creek, very little iliturest was taken in the contest, owing to the fact that a dis solution of the house will take place in It few weeks, andtl that the successful candi date would thou have to face another battle. This feeling pcrvaded the entire length and breadth of the electorate, and, as a conseqluellce, Iiot imiore than a third of the votes onl the roll were recorded. In this portion...

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