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A BAD EGG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

A BAD EGG. W. R. Parkin, rrirotr-at-law, who was arrested for having no Inful yiaiblo meanns of eupport,was onF riday sentonced to one Incnth's imptrisonment in Salo Gaol by the Warragul Bench.l Parkin went to Warm gul about three months ago, and core auntced the uracticeof his profession there, and was getting on fairly well till within the lastfortnight, when he relapsed into intemperate habits. Theor wore sir pre vious couvictinos' recorded agtainst him for vagnrancy and similar offences,'all the result of lis intoemperate habits. Senior constable Hillard had repeatedly warned him of late, as he had become an intolor able luoisanlce about the town, but to no purpose; hencie Iis arrest. Wlifenbrought before the Bencll he made a clover and in genious' defonce, and proved that ho regularly received a remittance of £1 per weak. Parkin is wall (and unfavorably) knowna to tlhe public of Bouclhworth and Tallangatta.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

CORRYO.YG. After a long silonco, caused by circum stances over which I have no control (a vei' original fihrase, liy the waiy), I again ,resutio iny ftintions asoneof "yourown," although, sooth to say, there is not.much of interest transpiring in the little world oef£;Corryong at this present i time. i There is Ia hill in local talliirs for thu tino being, but the brisk season is fast approaching, ,lind'i'ry shortly we will be inundated -.with events and occurrences of lhcal in t.orest. We have been visited with heavy .rains, so nmuel so in fact the river flats h Iav boon fairly flooded, creeks have eoon swollen to torrents, and roads have boon rendered alnost impassablo. Our facetious Tallaungatta and Corryoug coachmian "Archie." has been having rather a mioist ,andi muddy tiLnitof it, whilu passengers Sharo boeii subjected to such a lnartyrdom of "jolting " as w6irld serve to throw the experiences of Horace Greeloy's ride to Placorvillo comiileteuly in thb slade. The weather, howe...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

COMMIAfRICLL. WODONCA., The following are the latest qubt~.. tioiss:-. " Flour, £12 pdr ton . Wheat, Is per bushel White oats, 4s per liushel Irown oats, 3s 3d sper bushel Calp barley, 3s'6d per bushel . English bi?loey, 4s per bushel Bran, Is 4ld per bushel Pollard, 1s 4d per bushol Chaff, £5 10sper ton Hay, £0 10s per ton. Potatoes (Warrnamsbdol), £5 per tons Peas, 4s 3d per busel . iMaizo, 4s per bushel Barley, 3d per lb. Butter (fresh), is 3d per lb Eggs, 10d per dozen. Buttoer (potted), is per lb

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSE APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

GAZETTE NOTICES. Lico.Ns APPEOVED. P. O'Loughlin, l, Wagra. LEASES NOT GRANTED. J. A. Crawley, 560a, Walwa P. Collins, 820a, Granya Mary A. Flanagan, 825a, Granya T. hcady, jun., 825a, Granya J. E. Rankius, 890a, Granya J. P. Ready, 890a, Granyat J. H. Bowio, 780a Grasnya E. Smith, 770a, Granya I. W. Courtnoy, 24.0, Magorra J. Conway, 2410a, Magorm H. Murrell, 430x, Colas Colac C. Vanderta!k, 880a, Burrowyo T. Davidson, 550a, Wabb: J. G. Sutherland, 240a, Tl'hlogolong J. Osmond, 240a, Thologolong T, Davidson, 740a, Berringinna J, Golds, 040a, Mitta Mitt.a J. Stevenson, 7li0a, Granya L. Flynn, 7(10a, Oranyn. G(Ina ANe ROVn.I Wm. Cooley. 18a 1r2.Lp, Yacknndludah. The Ieat medieiui known is SANHlnr. and SoNS' 'UCALVI'TI EXTRACt. Testita eminent powerful oflects in coughs, colds, inollenza; the lolef is instantaneous. In serious cases, and aucidco:t of all kinds, bo they wonnds, burns, saldillng, bruises, sprains, it in the lfesntromedy-noswolling- .uninllsaunation. Likhe is pristng eff...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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FOOTBALL. TALLANGATTA v. GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

FOOTBALL. TALCANGATTA v. OIAN'A. A cost'lonjoyabls football thatch, be. twoen teams representing Tallangattee and Ori??in, took plake on. Saturday. The former 'teamn; is looked upon as a first class up-country one, and well have they maintantod their reputaticin The Granya tanm has. only booee formed aboet five weeks, but the players pritctised steadily, and with proper attentiob to their "coach," aind were enabled to go into their.tfield iu good form;: 'llhu visitors were )~vekened by the absence of several of their besh players, but their supporters were confident of' victory, as moore than' half .of .the local representatives had never taken part in. a. match before. Play was cotfmminced "at half.past throeo, and itlsoon became apparent that Talan. gatta would have to work hard to securo it win. In the first quarter, Southern (who played the best game of the forty) managed to secure a goal for the visitors. ,No other goals were kicked until Crisp secured one for the locals about ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

i iO -STAND TIllS. _.SASON 'at TIIO ll~vthagb!ad `oa -U - lJ'' iiB ",I A ;O O"N::AB By t11ollioao ,(ibap.), (bull Mia.luWasp, by r'roeii" 1vill, (lo, dt, Queen;` by Peter C'tilllbtll011%inil byNi y at ,hl Ialtl leg t1 ,. ialde hii h awith remit blou LIId OIlItilst e 1,111d. provi e lI inettlf i goad horse oi.h0 e tniit, Ball' 1 IllllnIttedll biy god . jnd "w to {w uao~c, if., thei iultlu jlileit hoi0sC8 to thu llbdist.ict.O 0' ll'liluo--1:11 1i i'ame fl; if piuddack6d. Mbbtesna ltnb i Itnocad by lot Jalnuary, 18K7, am_ a cbl!rlleg!tf ' id per wee1k wil1 be :trade fonr ml ibtl1l'lt: ro;od adti a'ai'(.' padiacl ilpoldomliaon the ' Jlll~lriy, and crazy eatI1.C !ahell, bult tmo respodsihriltty.:- li..tllORS r)0 sT S1AD- 'Tl iS "SE ASON IAi i O1 O\LL0L £1111 \bos8, till I IOu lLbred Horse,', THE: -PE;OFESSOR i By FIREWORKS, dal The' Prelpositilon (inup;), by: Culsterdale:l" Fireworks b r Kelplie (iaip. ), his dam Gasliglht (inp.), by Sir LI Orcules.(Soc Stud Book, iol. Tile l sofusso, Il...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

On Sitivt1iy, tho wOIbI.iUWIn racunI3tur Stucnt· owned 1v 3i'nlt h ' Z'h P.x nu, who, trot th~c. . 1~t:wi '4 'hrt a 7ný L1 ,y0C11:r, iiý!i.tt!,i " i; _?r ; 1H clk. l RS FERN, CERTIFICATED MID. WIFE, Wodonga (opposite Mr Filmer's). Accouehements attended at' ladles' own ihomes. Poison LAID in my paddocks, at Loeova. G. S. MANNS. il.ESSMAKING.-Miss O'LOUGIILIN, is prepared to execute all orders'at moderate rates. Address--Iovell stroot, Wodonga. ILL-P1OSTING.-Orders carefully at B tended to by the undersigned, by leaving them at Tir. SeaTINL Office. M. GOLDING, Wodonga L E N E IV A. OOlOERT&B.A.LL ON FRIDAY, 8th NOVEMBER. Tickets obtained at door on night of entertainment. MOONLIGHT I For Positive Sale. HILL'S CENTRAL' HOTEL, BETHANGA. THIS HOTEL offers a splendid chance to those looking for a good living, being the loading hotel in thiu rapidly rising township, anid the largest, Pro. party consists of two freehold allotments of land, with hotel and kitchen, contain ing twenty...

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CUDGEWA AND WABBA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

;otuon owDEWA GED Ri[O NL4E. t (ieoer OUF WY ' CORREicE NT.)'' Tlh Corryjongites liuttild guiag it this Sear in the way of ?porta. A £"' halidi cap iand other prizes iare otl'erd by this. promising little conmlunitV. There is little doubt t that tie dlistrict atcout .hero is gradually ari'wc.'ac, lld incresiiig. in stability. It is it'pay that the laind i,euoffsoa as isgioro the p.:uploe -y holding their. ln uldnbdiria at Talingattt, thus bringing selecteors a consid.a?inle distallce for nothing, lwhen Corryoui is th, p~rope' i eintre to hbld the lo+ luceud bl'airdff orttllus district. SiThe crops arln ibgiunling to leek sploan -,did-buboLtt here?tcalid' the grass is also springing up. A 'greiatloaiy cattle hlave perished, :owig to the bltvnseM of .the 'atlt, but "dil drsperar lrtin." T'he Cudgewai pzo ,lare looking forward to',ith niga tig ll uti fr :.entertanienuets, &e.'; and I ishollld dleielully sllggtst;tluht, liiistead 'of having n·thucllhnbite: Hall, the Swioleu 'dit...

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. M?n EDITOR, AND READERS OF THE SENTINEL,-Before I begin to display my mental wares, a few remarks may be necoessary by way of introduction. I am named Bragwell, and am the descendant (lineal of course) and representative of a large and numerous family. I am a man of-many words. All the Bragwells are. Just so. I can boast of the most ancient ancestry in the world without incurring the charge of egotism. Some of my ancestors "came over with William the Conqueror," but whether any of them " came over " Williame in any way, history sayeth not, But I supose they did, for they would not have beon true Bragwells if they didn't. That's my notion. But Smy ancestry dates much further back thali that. MLuch further back. They flourished " in the ticme of the Pharoahs " when Cheps built his pyramid, and the "eternal Sphinx " first lifted his (or her, I'm not clear about the sex) head, and took a first look over the desert, Bragwells lived when fig leaves were patronised, wh...

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UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

UPPER M11URRAY iUBES. (PROM A CORRESPONDENT.) In your issue of the 17th instant a com munication appears signed "Corryong" complaining of the neglect of the 'lowong Shire Council, and in particular of Coun cillor Dyring, with reference to the pro posed water supply for Corryong. Your correspondent says that Mr Dyring totally failed to redeem his promise pledged at the late election contest, and that Corryong supported him on the strength of this promise. What an awful sell; and what a crying shame to deprive Corryong of this indispensable commiodity--water. The inhabitants of this soon-will-be-city have no doubt great cause to revolt in the laxity of the council. But promises in electioneering matters are proverbially like pie crusts, made to be broken. Mr P. Wright, now M.P., kneow also that water supply for Corryong would be a good ticket to run on in that locality, and this trump card scored a good many tricks in the game. Now, speaking seriously and truthfully, Corryong itself g...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

ALBURY MARKET. Chas. L. Griflith and Co. report'having held their usual fortnightly sale on Wcdnesday, at which they had a large attendance of buyers. Cattle-450 head yarded, including one draft of prime from Mr J. Robinson's Kimo Station, best bullocks making L13 15s, averaging L12 18s; cows, from same place, to L1O l0s, making an average of over L8, and a draft of medium quality trucked cattle at an average of L8 17s Gd; good store bullocks in fair condition to LG, two and throe year-old steers to L5 0s ; store cows: to 14, and have sold drafts for Mr J. Robin son, Mr McPhorson, Windsor, executors lAto J. Conness, J. Kelly, Murkel and Doubleday, Mrs E. Lavis, A. Here, jnu., Mrs Montague. Shoop-2500 yarded, in. hluding a draft of light shorn waothers and .Uws,.tho bidding for all. classes of sheep was spirited and prices highly satisfactory. We quote shorn 'wethers sG 9d to 8s Id ; ewes, shorn, Bs 8d to .s ld;'mixed hoggets, smaill, (is 3d, and havo sold drafts for J. Keogh,' Georg...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 28TH SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

WODO rGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TURSDAY, 28th SPTEMBcER. Present-Ore Bainbrick' piresident), Street, Johnston, Bassett, and Draper... MINUTES. The minutcs of the previous meeting wore read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Shire of Avoca, requesting co-operation with a view to having the law so amended that the great annoyance caused to managers of. comnlmons by trespassing bheep may be disposed of. The Avoca Shire had passed a resolution urging upon the Government the necessity of introducing an Amended Impounding Act during the present session of Parlia. ment.-Received. From the Treasury, eIolbourne, for warding account for completion for £293 13s lid.-Received. From B. K. Schoomaker, Bonegilla, as follows:-" Referring to moy letter to you during the presidency of Mr Reidy con corning a road for access to my selection on Bonegilla, and referring to the direction of the Minister of Lands that your shlire must lay out such a road, I have now to inform you that, as your shire has taken...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

Tailoring. .We- DINSMORE ..AS OPENED, i-: clA is aRe 4c to Exeoute A1.,Qrders, TIHE STOOK- IS- SELEOTED FROM .THE S: OST FASHIONABLE GOODS OBTAINABLE, AND, OF THE VEh Y FINEST QUALITY. ':.L? BE-l DONE IN COLLINS STRIEFT (ILT.UIID ) ..A-I PRISEL-OSSII• . A-, THIS- 1SPABLISIIMENp T WILL. BE IANAGED BY- REALLY FIRST-. CLASS CUTTER AND, TAILOR SPECIALLY ENGAGERI NO, GENTLEM.AIN NEED. GO TO MELBOURNE AND PAY 'A $IGHER "'.PRICE, AN ND FREQUEPTLY BE DISAPPOINTED IN FIT. .... All Goods Dpuble Shrunk. SYDNEY STRE~TT, ýwODONG-a _.ATI "QNERY !; STATIQNERY! STATIONERY!' Of every- Descripotin fqr Sale AT THE. SENTINEL4 OFFICE. Best. Quality and at Lowest Rates. NFEW TAILORING ESTABLISIHIENT, W - G. H. Cutting cg respectfully. to cull the attention of the Residonts of WYodonga and Distript that hp is now prepared, with a LARGE AND ENTIRELY ?NEW STOCK OF MATERIALS, To Comgeto w ithl any Tailoring Trad of eithcer Sydney or Melboprne. V:G.II.OC hopes that with striot attention to businoes, and TURNI...

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BANQUET AND PRESENTATION TO MR W. L. FERRIER, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

BANQUET AND PRESENTATION TO MR W. L. FERRIER, J.P. -4-~- On Monday evening about thirty ropro sentativo guntlemnn mot at the Prince of Wales' Hall, Wodonga, to say farewell to Mr W. L. Ferrier, J.P., who has for the past nine or toen years been a prominant figure in local public affairs here. Mr D. Forguson presided, with Mr Hill in the vice-chair. Apologies for non-attoendance were read from Hon. J. A. Wallace, M,L.C.; Messrs Tuthilll and Forguson, M.L.A.; the Rev. A. J. Drewett, who had been.dotained at Tallangatta; Mr T. Lambert, Chiltern, o others. The dinner was served in a style which reflected the greatest credit upon Mr and Mrs O'Connor. The good things arn liberally provided having received appre ciative treatment, and the usual loyal and patriotic toasts having boeen drunk with befitting enthusiasnm, The chairman, in eloquent terms, pro posed "The Guest of theEvening." He ro marked that there were few things afford ing pleasure in this world in which there was not a tingu ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

JON; G WIGG, Hei-: S r?Ts ..r , ;'WODOG? A, : i7I rWbholesalo and Retail hLI;: TIh : eldest atablihed Butchery in M`EATS, of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. ;: Small Goods of every description.,.' ES and SKINS PURCHIASED. "" . MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmlith AND Fariier, 'EOS to return thanks to his cuistoriiors f'':1'-'for tlhe liberal patronago thobylavo be'stoi?ed oii ohism,' and hopes 'by ; ta'icb Ahttenitiont to business to" merit ' c tiaixnalice. SAddress-Hume street, near R]ailra ,Goods Sheds. Wdong. : ;`FRIDOLF J, dOHNSON, , PLUMBER & TINSMITH,.: HIGH STREET, , WODONGA; IEGS to annoice'that ho lie has openld a STinsmith's Shop iii the premises lately used as %HiE SENTINEL Olfice. " , . TANKS! TANKS! TANKS ! " Jr"t "ll sizes made to order.." ' B~ atis! ; Baths 'Baths I Every descriptioi of TIN WACRE made to ,order, and keptin stock. ; . Orders by post phictuailly attended to.', ,-musIc I:. MUSIC I:: . .MUSIC II Professor L. Iverson (Of the Vienna Conservatoire of Mu...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !" —MILTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

0obongil & Zoloulg flltillet. "Awake.l Arial Or be for over fallen!" -MILTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1,1880, TeE question of Imperial Federation has advanced with quite surprising rapidity in the mother country. It has .-taken the fancy of many, and imposed 'upon the imagination of all. It is a vast conception, impressive and grand. Hitherto it. has been ili a simply nebulous state, and confined to the region of imagination and senti ment. It will be as well to allow it to stay there for some time to come. To attempt, prematurely, to reduce it to concrote reality wohld'be to dissolve it .it.to air, .and ' leave not a wrack be hind." The tihe, however, for careful, unprejudiced discussion seems to lave arrived. The subject .has. recently beeoon brouglt definitely before Lord SALsenunr by a number of gentlemen ihformally. representing the colonies,, and it is said the initiative must now ie taken in the colonies. It is for us now to consider whether a federation of tlie' empire is ne...

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TURBULENT COUNCILLORS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

TURBULENT COUNCILLORS. TO THE EDITOR OF TIlE SENTINEL. SIR,-There is an old adago, "Put a beggar on horseback, and he'll ride to the devil," and, like most old sayings, it is very true. The ratepayers of Wodonga have lately dressed one of their number who had previously lived in obscurity "in a little brief authority, most ignorant of what he is most assured," sad no sooner does this man get his feet into the municipal stirrups than he must conduct, or misconduct, himself in a way calcu- lated to bring discredit upon himself, the council as a body, and the shire generally. He seizes hold of the president, and abuses him right and left, practically challenging him to fight, and vaunts his knowledge of the Local Govorniment Act -which could be interpreted better by an intelligent parrot--in the most sickening style. "A little learning," as the poet says, "is a dangerous thing." I venture to say that, if this turbulent member had a few years ago carried on at the Yackan- dandah Shire C...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 October 1886

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. -4--- MONDAY, 4th October.--Messrs C. L. Griffith and Co. will sell, on the pre- mises, Leneva, the furniture and effects of Mr W. Street. WEDNESDAY, 13th October.--Messrs C. L. Griffith and Co., at Albury market, 1400 head store bullocks. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 7th and 8th October. - Dougharty, Son, and Parker's Wodonga Quarterly Horse Sale. MONDAY, 18th October. - Dougharty, Son, and Parker will sell at Wodonga Railway Station 235 acres of rich agricultural and grazing land, at Sandy Creek, belonging to Mr M. W. Minogue.

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

COMMERCIAL., -- WODONGA. The following are the latest quota tions : Flour, £12 per ton Wheat, 5s per bushel White oats, 4s per bushel Brown oats, 3s 3d per bushel Cape barley, 3s Od per bushel : English barley, 4s per bushel Bran, is 4d per bushel Pollard, les 4d pe bushel Chaff, £5 10sper ton Hay, £6 10s per ton Potatoes (Yarrnanmbool), £5 per ton Peas, 4s 3d per bushel Maize, 4s per bushel Barley, 3d per lb. Butter (fresh), Is 3d per lb Eggs, 10d per dozen Butter (potted), is per Ib Switzerland, which, noxt to America is a refuge for the oppressed of all nations, is expelling the Anarchists within its borders. In Switzerland, hliberty and license are not synonymous. The inhabitants of the city. of Ravens burg, in Wurtemberg, have protested against the telephone lately introduced there, on the ground of its attracting lightning, and so proving a source of danger to the city. A nephew of the late King COtewayo has just completed a six years course of theological studies in Stockholm...

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TRIDENT, THE DERBY WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

WiB11BN', T'BE DRBJY 'lVNNIi'W . Now. that the great racing eovent it M slbourno arei only ?' few whnbesl i, o t¢ following rxiiiiruko by igilait," sne le mi(r.oIl " for Der)y iid Cuiip, hliouid be itre.,ling: .i ii os' ifteh iiiuidI 'ertaily m ott) tin the halbit u ,Eil dng'lix u i,. to h1 carried away by i umeiilixy ext iuieie And cliriutch tihlateeb inw ixisx tlitnet huosu that uoor il'okid.l tifruix'd ; b? xdle,' but I hia ixciot tleeiightest, hlsit? ti iii, ,r.itiiig thi?it Tridiil is, t;ii te ? ceiepd -pf any tMire e ixr ?ildil. r c oi ui.3 sojourniiii A -trdiia.,''1'iii '1 xi.liob believer lit (IioiOr .esplicoillyi \ihl e1i 'is t:akeSi o the Rand?lixk coarse); but Trid'nt's perftirmanceo of Satui'ilrdy linst Ftaulps him ai unldeinialy the best l erby cplt we have Cver had. SBlairg)owrio iaid Kingfish weroe?atch as lit as hands could ihake thloe-thle last eiiaieod colt I week before had deo)il :reatuitd hi: claims to tirat-cliess formi by wiuniug tihe IiawlG esburiy Guiueas-yc...

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