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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !"—MILTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

00lobotgia ~& C& )ilo?0g icntiini. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallenl!" -MILTON. -- ~ -- I'O. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1886. FIoox the circular which appeared in our issue of last week, our readers would perceive that MIr A. A. BILL sos had d linitely announced himself as It candidate for tire Benambra electorLate. The principles which he enunciated upol. that occasion, as well as in hisr subsequent address at Omco, wore characterised by sound common sense, progressive Liberal ideas, and a strong belief in the future that laLy before the colony. As IL young man lie addressed himself to tihe young men of Victoria, even as C:Asxta, of old, to the "young men of Ro0me, and the sentiments which Mlr BIILLSOS there enunciated were not only wortlhy of tilhe son of such a sire, but also worthy of IL ripe politician who had served more than his apprenticeship i tihe Hnouse. I-is remarks on the accolm plishlmeIat of the Coalition Ministry of that purpose for which they were call...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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UNCARED FOR CHILDREN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

UNCARED FOR CHILDREN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Sir,--- Without having the least desire to hurt the feelings of the parents of a certain family of little children in Wo- donga, I must say 1 think it is scandalous that in our main thoroughfare their hoys and girls should be allowed to run about almost in a nude condition, and it is high time that some action was taken in the matter. In no other town in the colony have I seen such a disgraceful exhibition of juvenile depravity. If the father of the children referred to were in poor circumstances, some excuse might be   offered ; but he is well-known to possess considerable property, and therfore there can be no possible palliation. A sense of propriety demands that this outrageous   disregard of common decency should be put a stop to, delicate question though it be.--- Yours, &c., ANTI-FILTH.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE WANGARATTA MYSTERY CLEARED UP. WANGARATTA, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

THE WANGARAT'TA MYSTERY CLEARED UP. [BY SPECIAL WIRE]. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) WANGARATTA, THURSDAY. The mystery surrounding the horrible murder, arson, and robbery has been cleared up at last, and the evidence now in the possession of the police leaves little room for doubting that the woman Mrs Stevens first poisoned the deceased Plum, and after taking his purse, with the money in it, set fire to the house in order to con- ceal her crime. On analysis, traces of arsenic were found in, the stomach of deceased, and the same poison was found in the possession of the accused. The de- ceased's purse, with the money in it, was found hidden in a hollow log in the yard of Mrs Stevens' house, and it is clearly shown that she visited Plum's house on the day of the robbery. There- fore, although purely circumstantial, the chain of evidence is extremely strong, and reflects credit on Sergeant Steele and Detective Duncan, who have worked it up. According to common rumor, Mrs Stevens has p...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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MINING REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

MINING REPORTS. New Pioneer, Dark River, Jan. 30 --- Manager instructed to take out crushing from rich stone going down at foot in tunnel. Bobbie Burns Amalgamated, Dark River, Jan. 30.--- Still driving on Bobbie lode in lower tunnel. Cut through north and south lode 30ft. further north in cutting ; lode 11ft. wide carrying about 3ft. gold- bearing stone on footwall. Commenced driving at lower levels to intersect junction of two lodes. Little boy going through the courthouse square , meets another boy with his arm in   a sling. First boy," Hullo, what's the mat - ter with your arm ? Second boy--- " Almost broke my finger off. " " Huh! How'd you do it ? " S.B.--- " Fell out of a tree when I was getting horse chestnuts. " Cracky ! didn't it hurt through when the doctor fixed it ? But I've got a snap at school now--- can't write, and don't have to study much, cause my finger pains me so, you know (and the little vilain winked with both eyes).   F.B.,--- " Yes,...

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THE BETHANGA CHURCH QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

THIE BE1TllANGrA OCIUR1II; QUESTION. TO Till: EDITOR i OIa 'TR RENTINE.T. Smn,-As 1 probably know more itbhlt, thie erection and tffllirs of the WVele'y'i?? Church at Boethiang than anyone else, 1' have thought it wise to give an outline thereof, if you will kindly publish it in your next issue. Eight years ago the Church of England andl Wesloyan 'hurech b.)th hold sor ices in the same hall, the former on the first Sunday in tio month, the latter at first on two other Sundays and afterwards on all the remaining Sun deays in the month. The hall was found somlwhlat inconveniont for rholdingervico, uand ia inovement was iiade to erect aI church. The WVesleyans took the lead in the matter, but a committeoo was formed, which -included other donominations an well, with the udcle'standinm that the two churches thln conducting service in the hall should be permnitted to conduct sorvrip in at similar mainer in tihe now buildclg. With this .understanding Lsubscripti"nsa were solicited. If the...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

'-----+-- rrPPu'rCTIoN FOu 'JII J NSla AropPunD. 8G f. \WT, 'JArvis, Wiblia, ;311)a lr 2p' .< Elizabolth A. White, Bo!iogilln, 140IO :3r 17p ,..: . Millor, Tallalnoon, n99 Or 14p. APrjCiTrON. IOl CfBiIYlFIATB rU.vnER 4?(ECTIN 11 OF LANn ACT 1878 APrIovE?l) SDaniill'Duncn, 39Di ýr 10p. '-Theo ,BriiHh Govornrnunt hna ordered the peyrnohinl of £100 'to oeclh of tih widowii of tho O:inidian voyageura up tlhe Nilo, and £20 t6 'tho mothoer or the

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 16th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

IVO2DNONAV, stlllE cuU i, L,. TUESDAY, 11(i11h k'S aURY, I5rusaut-Or. N. I,. New?o an(iprsideott), il'ier, lamnubriek, street. 1,arnaby, and Dibloy. MINUTES. ,. The minutes" of the previous meetinr Were read ttl confirmed. . CORItESPONDENOE, From the Distilleries ind Excise Olice, .lIelbournu, requesting, to b- furnished writh a return of all th? licuuse -isasted under the Liceuisiug Act 178I1, for the year 1881.-Rcuiv~d. From the Beeciehorth United Shire, -forwarding printed clpy of conference re a'bbit suppression, and solicitiig co Soperationl.-Gntuited. Frontm the same, explainint that the 'Wiodonga Shire Council was not included :i the list of councils muined to take ;uslnultaneous action for the suppression "of rabbits; but it wae thought that as that sllire adjoined Chiltern and Ruther ,glen, it would ''hbe; equally interested .therin. -.RoeivOd;?i4g, Fromt the nsanl?-ro: itiig that, as the' proposals of .the cuiftrenuco had inot Ilet with the general approval of the councils...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

ALBURY JMARKET. BMessrs COma. L. Uritlith and Co. re port as follaws:-Cattle--350 yarded, about ono-half of whioh consisted of useful beef, the rnemaindor mostly good ciinditioned stores. Best cown to £8 10s, boat bullocks toZ0 Ols, bcst'yard of store bullocks to Sg 15s, mixed cattle at full rates. The prices on" the whole w're highly,?atisfaotory to'vondors. Sheep 4500 yarded.. Best wethors in light to 7;,.forward store wethers to :Gs, mixed sheep at current rates. One lot turned out unsold. 'Pi s--Wo: sold 311 store ping for Mcr O. l lghill, fronm 7s to 27s, ,iorses-28 yarLled, 'am!! mo.jority 1iold at, up. to 1133 for jodiul drasgio to £20 for stylish hacks., ,

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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

TELEIGRAPRIO DESPATOHES. i!, (PROe oUR oWN COPREPON:DENT,) MELBOURNE, THUrsDAo ? NIG' T. • Tno following is the odlicial list of the new Meinistry -Hon. DIuicn :Gillies Premier, Treasurer, anrd Minister' of Railways; Heon. Alfred DoIakin--Chief Secretary and Minister of Water Supply; lHon. H. J. Wrixon-attorney-General; Hen. IH. Cuthbert-Minister of Justice; Hon. J., Lorimolr-Defenco; Professor Ponrson-7Education; Mr Dow--Lands, Agriculture, and 'Acting Mfitiitr of Miinis; Mll Wnlker-Custeims; Mr Nimmo -Public Works. Mr M. 11. Davies has accepted a portfolio, without office.. Mr Harper hal not yet decided what course hlie will take, and Dr Quick has declined to join. The office of Poetmasiter-Gene ral has not yet been filled, and will be reserved for :Ilr Harper or any ether gentleman who may be selected in his stead. Parliament will be dissolved to-morrow, and the writs issued immediately there after. Polling day will fall on 5th March.

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PUBLIC MEETING[?] ANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

A piiblii:niifeetiugjlld i '" leyan *Ohurdi, Bui " 'I th?Q0th instant, wlhen a n of sub br nnd otherinteres churh 4 er connected with tl .lew fh Iurch building attended; 1: ed fr' .. quire. into 'the latt fid sh' act iola of some of the outsid " a th lri ties in denying h in rdtih?I, England authorities the use the lu ifilding as hitherto for thoir moert hly servieoa. Mr Ladd was voted to the chair, rod ex plained that he was one of thile first Wes lsyan Church building comunittee,snnd the building was erected by all denoamiiations, lie himself being also a meimber of the first church committee as a member of the Church of England, and subscriptions were asked froi all denominations on the . strict understanding that all should lioe allowed the use of the buildifig, and thl was greatly surprised that illy mnembers of a church body should- brelakfaith with the subscribers. He read the two following letters from the Wesleytti ministers interested, which showed anything hut a, Christia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

Spring :and SurmnMo v1rapery for 1885. T. MATE ANI) 0O. ARE NOWQ1I': ~,SlrING THE VERY LATEST T ESIqSS A\M TEXTUIIES. IN cLT.ArNOT LACES4 ." R LETM1ENTS, AI.) .TRIIVI-.TG-S. Parasolr G-loes, Underclothing, Corsets, Hosiery, BOOTS AND SHOES BY THE BEST MAKE!. rEN4'1S, YOUTi.iS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND MERCERY.. , Parcels of Drapery Delivered, . Fre i3) Wodoiiga at Melbourne Prices WE IIOLD: LARGE STOCKS OF GENERAIL MERCHANDISE I1 lON: AND'DUTY PAID TO, SELECT FROM. 1WUYERS OF AL (CLASSES LIBERALLY DEALT WITh. CUSTQOMS' ENTRIES PASSED FIEE FOIE ALL CUSTOMERS. ST. H. MATE AND CO., :"z .L :LTD.'.!q.;iT TS E MONDSON -PARKER, & CO. ARE OFLFERINC G- R.E.AT BA.EIG-.Al\rTS - nrx All Departmentr PRIOR TO STOUKT AKINGD AN I 2I' .M E I S C A. NTITY £5 A IarEANTS. OF EVEapY DIESCRIPTiON. Dresses, Laces,- Ribbons; Calicbes, &c. Asplendid lot of Trininen d ILats and Bonnets, Corsets, Unilorclothing, &c. E-TA TLE and ooED LI0ENE, CARPEnTS, LINOLEUMS, .Monk Mns ul 1-Yosul hs' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, Ilaou SrTnET, "WODONGA, Wholesale and Retail BU T C I ER.. The oldcit-established 'Butchery in Wodonga. Al MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Small Goods of eovry dcscription. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. International Family Hotel ,i VICTORIA STREET, MELBOURNE, (Close to Cab and 'Bus route). ALEXANDER GALLETLY (LAE OF WODON'A), B-EGS to inform Iis Friends and the Public that he has taken the above hotel (late Henningham's) where Boarders and Visitors will find the 'attention paid them of a comfortable home. IIGHI.LASS WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, &c. Terms Reasonable. Bathrooms, telephone, and everyconvenienece GENERAL' BLACKSMITH AND FARRIER, Elgin street (near nailwaycrossing), Wododga. J. LAMBOURN ];egs to thank his numerous customers for past favors, and hopes to still merit a continuance.' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. HORSESIOEING A SPECIALITY. Why . liecauso they are shod according to art'and suitable to eat ire. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BETHANGA. J. COLBERT. HE...

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THE OVENS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

Ir' 'hineLas Tanswoell, a candidetet fdr. the ropiposentntion of the Ovens, addressed 200 olectors ini the Prince of Wales"'Hall, Wodoiga,' last .evening. Mr W. L.; .I orriP, J .P., . wqs. in the chair, The candidate }rliefty dwelt upon the various bills whltii the' Coýlition Govoinnmet had passed,. giving, the Service-cun-Berry. M'iniistiy credit for a large share of useful legislationi. The Public Soerice Bill rind tihe Railiway Management Bill were both ;good . ileosures, and the irrig.tion tand w?~1tor- -conservatron qiuestion lihad besi'u.ide.. o one 'of primlary importanece. The Education Act would receiveo his sulpport, as it would be the means of 'doing alvway with schismatical strife, He ,reogirded i.te stock tax lis a most iniquitous liecbe of legislatioti fraught with'evil to basider ,oivns hi Victoria. Touching upon local nmatters he would support 'any pro posal that :vould give effect to Mr Bent's very reisdniable agreement' as to the inteicolonial changing staion--viz....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

IF you want a nice cool drink, now that the' heat is no intense, call at ALLEN'S TEaSlI suS HOTEL, Wodonga. The proprietor is daily in receipt of a'supply of ice, and hopes to see his old, and make new, friends.--[AlvT. FOUND, in W\donga, a gold RING. Owner can hayoe ame, by paying ex penses, at Peter MI'Lean's store. POR PRIVATE SALE, 48. acres of FREEHOLD LAND, adjoining Mr Honry HIon's, on the Middle Creel: road; For particulars apply to W. C. M'FARLANE, Cominmission Agent. FTOR SALE, a light WAGGON, lit for a' bullocks and Horseas, in firat*?lass order. Apply to W, C. . 'F3ARLANE. TOR SALE or to LETon LEASE, that 0 splendid SITE between I'Lean'a Store and Custom House, two frontages one to Railway Goods Shed, the other Main street. Also, half-acre of land near Mrs Powell's Hotel. For terms apply to the owner, W. 0. M'FARLANE. C NICKLESS, the universal WOOD TURNER. Prices and workman-   ship defy competition. Opposite the Custom House. P UBLIC NOTICE. POISON laid in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

SGEO . . . L I G HTON BEOS to inform the ilhabitnnts 'of W\Vdonga nild surrounding district, and also his old fricnds of.?]ethnnga, Granya, Sandy Crock, and MIitta Iitta, that ho,is now. carrying on business opuppoit thu Post-ofice, Wodonga, as FAMILY GROCER, DRAPER, IRONMONGER, -and GALVANISED -IROQN "'and WIRE MERCHANT. - CiaH.FF, OATS, and PRODUCE STO]E. The TEAS supplied are Specially Selected, and the Whole. of the Groceries are- of the Best Well-known, Brands. Crockeryware of all .Descriptions. LARGE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHIING' TO BE :SACRIFICED; being the balance of the stock of the late A. Fullarton.and Co. GENT'S CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. LARGE STOCK OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. LARGE STOCK OF NEW SEASON'S PRINTS. FROM 3s 6d A DOZEN YARDS. BUYERS OF ALL LOCAL PRODUCE, Hides and Skins of all Descriptins, at HIGIIHEST MARKET VALUE, AGENT for LIGHTBOUND'S SAW HILLS, GEOGEE'S CREEK. I. .STANLEY AND MUIR, Wo do na, Alb ury, N.S.W., & 80. King Street, Melbourne. Railway, ...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

iLQ"uIIo l qý L1 " ILoltý fi;tinelc. "Awako! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" -.\Ir LTO.N. .FRIDAY, 1EIBP UA RY 19, 188C. Our usual loading article and a contri bution from an esteemed correspondent on the Upper Murray are crowded out, although in typo. It really looks as if the list of candidates for the Ovens has been completed at last. Most'of the aspirants for " the 'arliamCent that will be" have addressed the electors, and the othelrs are said to obe waiting for favorable opportnnities.to air their clo quence, which could hardly ask a broader and better arena for'display. Each of the dozoen candidates seones inclined to play a lone haiid. Mr Tanswell opened the camapaign: last night in Wodounga, and was accorded a good reception by a largo body of electors. Mr O'Connor, s- "budding politician," will speak to inorrow (Saturday) night in the Prince of Wales' IHall, Wodonga; while Mr Tuthill, M.P., will occupy the sanme platfornl on Mloniday night. ?Mr F. Allen's fixtures are publis...

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 12th FEBRUARY. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M.; T. Roidy, and W. Huon, J.P.) VAGRANT DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY , 12th FEBRUARYARY. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M.; T. Reidy, and W. Huon, J.P.) VAGRANT DOGS.     R. Dybald v John Morrison, having an unregistered dog in his possession. The officer said the dog was eight or nine months old, and the defendant had told him so. On the other hand, defendant now maintained that the dog was not yet six months old. Fined 5s., with 5s. costs. Same v Chas. Hennesley. Defendant did not appear, Constable Downey re- marking, that, he was in New South Wales. J. Hennesley, son of defendant, was called by Dybald, and deposed that all he knew of the matter was, that the officer had called at his house. Of what   transpired, he " knew nothing more than the fairies." The promises belonged to his father. Fined 5s., with 5s. costs. ROWDY COUNCILLORS. Thomas Street v W. L. Ferrier, mak- ing use of language calculated to provoke a breach of the peace. Mr Emerson, for   the complainant,...

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WODONGA WARDEN'S COURT. FRIDAY, 12th FEBRUARY. (Before Mr Warden Foster). [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

WODONGA WARDEN'S COURT.     FRIDAY, 12th FEBRUARY.   (Before Mr Warden Foster). Laurence Henderson applied for a gold-mining license at Granya, for the Granya Company. There was no objec- tion, and, the applicant having complied, with the usual conditions, the depositions were ordered to be forwarded to the Mining Department. Michael Peacock and Michael M' Mahon conjointly applied, under the Mining on Private Property Act, 1884, for a lease at Tallangatta. The licensee of the land (James Franks) was not present. Appli- cants had complied with the usual regu- lations. Franks had served applicants with a notice (produced) to cease work- ing. With the exception of the ringing of a few trees, and the putting up of about a quarter of a mile of fencing, no im- provements had been made by Franks,   who occupied the land under section 19, Land Act 1869. Had heard of no claim on the part of Franks for compensation. There had been a written ...

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FOUND DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 February 1886

FOUND DROWNED.   On Saturday it was reported to the local police that a man had been found in the River Murray, near Wagra, and that there were circumstances to lead to the supposi- tion that he had been the victim of foul play. It was stated that the deceased's skull was battered in, and various other reports of an unfounded character were in circulation. Mr. M. Dalhunty, J.P., and Dr. Andrews, the Goverment medical officer, proceeded to Wagra on Saturday, when a magisterial inquiry was held. It will be seen from the evidence that death was caused by drowning, and was most probably the result of an accident, and that the wounds which were found on the deceased man's heand were, in the opinion of Dr. Andrews, not sufficient to cause death. The following evidence was taken:--- John Costello, a constable stationed at Bowna, deposed to finding the body in the river near Bowna. It was lying in the water about 15ft. from the bank on the Victorian side. Witness examined the b...

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THE OVENS ELECTION. MR O'CONNOR AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 February 1886

THE OVENS ELECTION. .., M3R O'CONNOR, AT WODONGA. blr D. Al. O'Connor addressed the electors in tlie Jrince of \Wales' Hall oli Saturday evening.. There were 200 persons present, and the chair was takenh: by, 'Mi' WV. L:Ferrier,' J.P.." "Th'.e'chairhiianiniroduced M i;O'Connor as the youngest candidate, andihoped thakt he -would:" o'i..tlhat aco'oieit receive consideration, and be accorded a fair and impartial hearipg, -wlhther: they" agreed with Iis opinions or not. Mr O'Connor, .whb ..wasi.very.:'well received, stated that lie was very -thank ful7f.for the kind ianner ill wl'icli-thel clmairian had introduced him'to the meet. ilng ,:' H" claimled' the -itipb?or6 ?-f 6fi'he younger portion -of the elctors:' as lie virtually was ali Australianii'ititre, having beei in the colony from the time lie could . first' crawl as'it dhild. "Sohine drso~;iiiglit objec6 to his youth; but lie night -inform them 'that this'was a free couiitir, and every: man had.a rilgh to present, himself - - as...

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