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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

;JOHN G. WIGG, HI : i? sTREET, WeOIONIA,. S Wholesale and1Retail (:' ,. B ' C?;OtOll E."; , :l: i. , .IMEA'tSf ofO'"BESTI QUALI'TY .'Sneisl ( oods; of ev?riy descriptionm "t," : :IDES and. SKINS .PURCHIASED. Albury, andl Wodonga ` .Coach` Factory" 9-F ALBUIURY Th D 'WD ONA, EjCS to arnnounce that he is propiaed to , MANUFACTURE ' ,' EVERY DESCRIPTION ofIVEHICLE 'iv Both at Albury and Wodonga.i Repairse ncatly execiuted, rAll work guaranteed., ; . Charges strictly moderate., IFRIDOLF 'JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, " IIGH ' STREET, "WODONGA, B JGS to anniionce that l hias .'opened, a Tii'ns'ith's Shop'iii.the premines lately • etenas 2Yie iSEiTiSEL Ofice. TAmNKS! TANKS! TANIKS! ! ll sizes made to order. I Baths' I: Baths I Baths I S' Every description'of TINWARE ,iatd to 'order;aned keptintok;": .... n Orders by post punctually attended to. Mus?IC r U(sIC I M 'USIC! Professor L:' Iverson (Of tho,\ ionen Coiservatoiricof Music), Visiti' :V ODONGGA on 'Wednesdays alnd Saturdays. ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTIO\, t- - The school board of advico for the Murray district, which lay dormant fur so miany years, seems to have Iiundergone a complelto change lately. At one time vacancies were ditticult to fill--nobody would bother about an election-but now each vacancy is looked forward for, and the seat contested with. all tlho negy of a municipal event. Last election five can? didates ca ae forward, and one of the defeated ones contested with Mr Urun for his seat on Saturday laft. The struggle was considered an even oneI and both sides were sanguine .of secourilng: the honor; but again ?ir Giroud had to cry "A-go." Oreat interest - was taken locally, but in thoe .noutside hooths, with thie xception of GOruiy, ;very little trouble wbts taken, as neither of the can" didates were klnown. In iloeot n month's timle anothor electilot will take place, as Mr Power ihleaving the district.. Sub-, juined are the returns for Saturday's election:-- Urcn t Giroud Bathanga ... 52... 5 5...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

(it iii 1'H1 O TE L, WO)ONGA. MRS COTTRELL 'L EUS ito 1 i'inform heImr friendt audl tli'' S pubhlic :gener:lly that shie has leased tiho albove mhotel, Mw'ich has beeu thoroughly renovated and re.enrnilised thrcaughout, acd is now in irstrclass order f?r the reepiticu of visitors..' .. .LIVERt, and B.ITSTABILES. P.1~D)I)CI{. JAMES JACKSON, 'CARPENTEII, JOINEI, AI) UNI) ElTAIKElR, Sydney Street, Wodonga. .L'xt to TnR SeS?TIS Ollicu. :Sewing Macitiueas repalired i the ,jA Shcrtest Notice. FUNERALS. C '. Conducted in 'rT( vit' aut Collt,·r3? learse ,and M nnurniig Cich.. .Clharges t'?rictly ' , ei.i t u .. ..n . . • TIBIE I'l.MEINTS, IF -REQUI.RED2 .,, " 13-JiJ. has also securted all the applilances ,",!" ,:'f or pbotagrnlhy. Portnl t 3 ,"faiitL hdily akeP n '.? i all kinads f weather. : SEW ' TOBACCONIST 1 " DO N ' J - .;tJ.AMESS, J:,ACKSOJN A'i cim ssenced businea ,in Sydney strot with a ., " NEW iand; C0IT0ICi. A 1S0IMI' ENT A Tobaccoosi ., ..,, , ? a , Pipes, and Fancy Goods, Ncte ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE REV A. J. DREWETT ON "POPULAR AMUSEMENTS." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

THE REV A. .. DREWETT ON "POPULAR AMUSEMENTS." TO TIlE EDITOR OF TIlE. SENTINEL. SmI,-Will you kindly favor ome with the opportunit) of saying a word or two on this'subject as dealt with by the Rev A, J. Drewett on Sunday last. There are generally two sides to na lquestion. Mr Drewett has shown his side of it, but I think most people, though they may not decln it worth the trouble to discuss the m tter, believe there is another side, on which sonething may be said. I am of that opinion,' and shall consider it a favor if you will allow n0m a little space in your widely-read journal for a few comimentson the subject. I will confine my remarks to two points-viz., dancing and theatres. On the first of these questions, Mr Drewett said, " Dincing in itself is not wrong," but lhe draws'the lind at the private dance in the home or family circle; but " on no account ought parents to allow their soils or daughters to attend a dance whore admission could' be obtained by ticket or :on payment o...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. MISTER BRAGWELL, [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

TI'1! RW ETLLAL PERS. - ,M.I STF. 'BRAlW1EL;" , Doer Sur'--I. red. in'tl h las? Sentinel' abowt yure visaC to lViidotiga; an' I wants yau to taik knone trot I saw there. I wos thare on it Snudy, an' wile I wras stastntin' at. the dore of the howse whare I stopped, I. saw. a culnpani or noame anlt wlmonin' caurt marehitn ' along the street two nu' two, and singin' like all ponnset. "(Gimini," I says, "I wonder Pnot this means ?" I looker at 'em cturns like, ant' as they con along, they wur l-maikin' a public dukleranshn that thly'd all been "washed." " Well," I thinks to myaslf, " that's no grate matter to maik sich a fuss abowt. Utller repel kin wash thir isolves an well as'yu, an' nn, look half as needy on it arterwards, neither." Well, they kep' tramaliln' along, raisin sieh a a khotd ov dust that I thort if they kep' at itf much longer they'd soan teied annutlilr washin'. Just as thay'd got nrf way; throa the town, they comtitnlst clappin' r thare hands, as if they were aplbrdnli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

L OST, between the:gate opposite the SWesleyan Church and the back of pniice station, ladies' gold nugget BROOCH. Finder rewarded at TiIr SESTIN.EL'Ofice. ToLet, > . A FIRSTCLASS (GRASS PADDOCK, at Wodonga, containing '40 acres,. with house, &c,, Ap tO .UL.. 1 ? .'?. ·- ... E?J?VARn·D.MULLER. SNotice. A LL PERSONS fouand HUNT'ING, ,SIIOOTING, FISHING, orTRES. PASSING 'an .m .paddocks, Little River, will be PROSICU'ED), E. SCIIUSTEIR. Notice'..to Trespassers; OITSON laidl'nnou: Farlns and Paddocks . at Barandludan. !) HRfRMANN SOM.1ER. GEO.O0.). SO,.MI Caution. . TI1RESPASSES ee notitled that ALL .J.. CATTLE~noulI TRESPASSING oni Ilcclendlrf's Paddlook, "House Creek, will lie 'I\l'OUNDEI), anti all porhnoi found taunpering witli' tho rails will hoe rosecutcd With the utmost secvcrity of the lanw. 1).'. EVANS, "'Vodo'ngi lcstm"rat, r W ioduinga. i? R ' 9 11 It .I .AN I, S11~ ~ý UWIF . IIll'I, &rc, ? SAtt the' -ailhway (T inssiig, \C diln;i, S i I'ill ttoei' ladlies ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE RESIGNATION OF COUNCILLOR DRAPER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

THE RESIGNATION OF COUNCIL LOR DRAPER. - TO THE ErITOR OF TIlE. eENTINEl,. SnA,-As a. number of. ratellayers mar apparently at a loss to understand mn action in forfeiting my seat at the council t.nbl, I must trouble you for-space for an explanation. As I stated, in i -former letter, when, I entered the conuicil, the "president-r-wo,'I fin sorry to learn; is at tih present time soriouly "univell informed nlu that I would have to'make a declaration. I replied that I had already written out a declaration, according to the lith section'of the Act, and I handed my allirmantin to lhim, and lieo rLe'd it, I repeating the words. 'Not bring aware of no nniuddmnunt receiltly ade o'to tho.llth. section, providitii tllat the declaration should be dated, my declaratioi bore ni date. I nakedAi r Bambrick if it was necessary for nse to sign ily name int thI hlnk, andlhe said, "No; take your sent." Now, subsequent, o vets force the coon chlainn upon ime that I have boon " had i in this nmatter. Bu...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for fallen ! —MILTON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 February 1887

aobongat . $ ot~lon g Sciltincl. Awaku : Arise l' Or bo for ver folleii': --IILTON. SATUJRDAY, FEBRUARY o5, 1887. TuE inhabitants of V 0odsonga are certainly not partial to la?, and it is perhaps just as well, the way- things are situated, that their inclinations do. not tend in that direction. At the present moment, it will. scarcely be crddited, it is.lmost amoral impossi. bility to issue a summons here. As anl ins?hnce,' ?we might mention that only .the.-,'6ther day some high' words were; exchanged between a visitor from the othe*r side and a Wodongaite. From words they proceeded to blows, or, at any rate, the Woslonga marn says his adversary struck him. The aggrieved one immediately went to the police. station to take out a summons against his assailant. He was informed there that lie must go' to' Chiltern to obtain what he wanted. As this would involve serious loss, besides affording his assailant a means of escape to the sister colony, of course, lie had to let the matter drop...

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ALBURY QUARTER SESSIONS. MONDAY, 28TH FEBRUARY. (Before His Honor Judge Forbes and juries of twelve). FORGERY AND UTTERING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1887

ALB3URY QUARTER SESSIO&S. MONDAY, 2STIr FEnnUARY. (Before His Honor Judge Forbes and juries of twelve). FORGERY AND UTTERINO. Frederick Vickeo, a German, charged with forgery and - uttering a cheque on Wolfe Cohen, jeweller, of Dean street, Albury, pleaded guilty. MIr Wilkinson, who had been retained for the defence, stated that under his advice the aceuscedhad pleaded guilty, and lihe urged ino xtonuation the youth of the prisoner, that he had never before been inl a court, and also that no loss was sustained by his action. lie had been employed by a Mir Schultz, of Jindera, and when arrested a cheque, the result of his labor, was found in his possession. his action under the cir cumnstances was unaccountable, eunlessarising from over-indulgncee in drink. HiLs honor said it was a deliberate attempt at forgery, but he would take into con eideratioe what had been urged hy IMr Wilkinson, and the sentence of the court would be that lhe be kept for the term of two years at hard ...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1887

ALBURY MARKET. Chas L. Griffith and Co., report having hold their'usual fortni htly sale at their Albury yards on Wednesdlay last, when they yardedl 300 head of cattle, and 2500 sheep, the attenodance, owing to tile Chiltern races, not being as good as usial. Cattle-Nothing good is; mostly green cattle not suited to trade requirements. We quoto best bullocks to £7, best cows to £0, calres £3 10s. Stores-Nothing good yarded, best bullocks, 3 to4ycars, £5 12s Od; cows to £4 2sl Od. Mixed young cattle sold at high rates, and are in strong dcland, and outsido.we sold. 200 small well conditioned store bullocks at £5 12s Od cash, antd have sold drafts for Measrs Cary Bros., and Hore, jun., J. J. Ilore, C. F. Fraunfolder, I. Doubledday, IH. Cooghlan and Son, II. Schuethers, Peter Dick, J. Rixon, Patrick O'Brien, D. Evans, John King, Lcir Parkes, and others. Sheep No fat wethers yarded. Store wethors, Os; moerino owes, to 5s Od; mixed 2 tooths, to 5s O0d. Nothing good yarded, mostly inferio...

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND (CUP) DAY. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1887

I.I.C AUTUMN MEETING. SECOND (OUP) DAY, S[By ELEcrLTn TELor.A?u.lH.] (rIn Ir OUR OWN COEItFSPIONDJRXT) MIELOUInR:, Thursday. AUSTRALIA.V CUP, a handicap Rwoopsttakos of 20 soisS each, 10 It, or 5 soae only, if declared, with, 500 orsa, added. Two miles and a quartor. TRIDEN'T ... ... ... 1 NELSON ..... . 2 ALL GOLD ... ....... 3

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

illNCE OF WALES'HALL, WODONGA 'THURSDAY EVENING, 17th MARCH. RAND GONCERT, IN AIDI OI THE WODONGA ATHiENIEU:~I . FIRST APPEARANCE OF OUR B13YS' JUVIENILE MINSTREL TROUPE, And a Host of New and Local Talent, brought out under the MvIanagement of Messrs King and Chapman, Violinists : Messrs Lambourn, Manns, and Williams. Cornets: Messrs Truderwind and Barber. Piano: Mr Chapman. TAMBO: W. SYDER. BONES; T. POWELL.; INTERLOCUTOR: C. SCHLINK: 3P 43)Uc3;C13º.POrb 9lITE ES.-P.A "Et Z. OvRTaR-- ,.. ... ... ... ... ORCOHESTRA OPE.NIso Conus-" Happy are wo To-night " OUR BOYS' Soso-" There's a Light in the Window " .. . D. PEARSON Cou.vo SoN--" Blow.me up an Applo Troo" ... T. POELL Soso-" Bo Kind toemy Mother' AL. CHAPMIAN Soen-" SusaII " ,,.. E. STEVENS Soso-" Pond Lilies" ..... .. W. KING Canto SON.--" The Gld'nd Sword" .. .... ... W. SYDER as?a--" Remember or Forgot ".. . E.,BAIIBR[CK THE FIRST PART TO CONCLUDE WITH * "TIHE FOUR BLACK CROWS, JUST SO," BY MASTERS SYDER, POWELL, HILL, AND PE...

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

JOHN G. WIGG, 11101H ECRET, WODONGA, Wholesale and Retail B U T C H E R. 'The oldost-establishod Butchery in WVodongs. MEATS of BEST QUALITY Smnal foods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASBID. Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E?. O. ELLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Both at Albury and Wodonga. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. ,'FRIDOLF , JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he has opened a Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately osed as TIlE SENTINEL Ofliceo TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths I Baths I Baths ! Every description of TINWARE made to 'order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. M USIC I MUSIC II MUSIC I I Professor L. Iverson (Of the o ionna Conservatoire of Music), Visits T ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's.Terminus Hotel. "Live, and Let Live.' CH...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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REPLY TO COUNCILLOR QUIRK.. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1887

REPLY TO COUNCILLOR QUIRK.. TO THE ED-ITOR OF TiHE RE.TINEL. SIRt-I must give Councillor, Quirk all' credit for trying, in a recent issue of your journal, to take off theliblack.spots tlshat "Paddy Malone ' bespattered him with,. and'for endeavoring'.to, show- that, all is; rihHtii places whoro all it wrong.. With regard to Councillor. Quirk's. :explanation as to tho-roadmon, tlio ipulio: must be wull'aware tliat:lo made plenty of'noise to got the, roadinon discliarged,, iand the publio must also, be aware. that,. whn ltiiese men wore replhcod, and in a. very Alort tinue.too, by. others, Ouencillor Quirk's silenco on' the aiijctt at tlie tablo. was the theme of universal, adtniratioif. I thiik that in .this. matter COuncillor ,Quirk: has failed to remove tile black spot. Roferring to the oxpensive works.near Kiown, he says: that .Councillor MTL'ood' wiselid hiim-to Table a motion proposing, that the work- be. done, and. that he. (CunocillumrQuirk) refusod to do so, The, inference, o...

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FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1887

FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR TAL- LANGATTA. An accident, which terminated fatally, happened to a young man named James Crameri, at Mr C. Croot's Camp, on the Granya road, on Monday. The unfortu- nate fellow was severely injured by a falling tree during the continuance of the storm on Monday. He was brought into Tallangatta the same day, and taken into Yackandandah next morning, when he died. A magisterial enquiry was hold at the latter place on Tuesday, before Mr J. Dolphin, J.P., when Stuart Downing, laborer, deposed-I knew the deceased, James Crameri. I was working with him at Charles Croot's contract, Granya Gap road, near Tallan- gatta. Yesterday, at about one o'clock in the afternoon, deceased was in his tent, and I saw a limb of a tree blown right across deceased's tent. I and others went to the tent, and found deceased lying covered by the limb of a tree. Alfred Lockhart and I drew him from under the limb. The deceased could speak, and asked to be taken to the Beechworth Hospital. He ...

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

130. O IflH IR i OTE L, ,WODONGA.' MRS COTTRELL ]3 I,1,to infori'liher frienil and the S ublino gsner,.lly that she husll leased the above lltoel, which has Ieen thloroughly renlovlitol auld re-fnarished thrlughout, anil is unw in first-chss crder foer the reception of viitors. LIVEItYnul dBITSTA1BLESI. PAIDDOCK. JAMES JACKSON, CARPENTEII, JOINER, AND UNI)E RTAKE11iR, Sydney Street, Wodonga. Next to TItE SENTISEL OffiCU. Seowing Machines repaired on the Shortest Notice. FUNERALS Conducted in Townu alnd Country. 3llearseo nd MIurning Coach.. Charges Strictly Moderate. TIME PAYMENTS IF REQUIRED. J.J. has -also secured all the appliances forphkotography. Portraits faitlbflly taken in all kinds of Lweather. .NEW " TOBACCONIST IN W 0 D 0 N G A. JAMES JACKSON HAS commenced 'business in Sydney street with a NEW and CHOICIE ASSORTMENT Tobaccoes, Oigars' Pipes, ane Fancy Goods. Note the Address- Next TilE SENTINEL .Office, SYDNEY STREET, WODONGA. N OTICE TO VISITORS TO WODONGA. MR D. EVANS B...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1887

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN- CIL. The ordinary meeting of the above body was held on Thursday. Present - Cr Bur- rows (in the chair), and Crs M'Leod, Quirk, Richardson, Martin, Smith, Robb, and Ronan. MINUTES   The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. From the Department of Mines and Water Supply, requesting the views of the council upon a water supply objection to the sale of a 100-acre block in the parish of Beethang. Cr M'Leod moved that no objection be offered to the sale of the block referred to; seconded by Cr Quirk and carried. From the inspector of slaughter-yards, Kiewa, applying for an increase of salary, and pointing out that his duties were very heavy. Cr Ronan said that the constable at Dede- rang was willing to act in his district with- out salary. Cattle had been missed, and the appointment would assist the constable in his enquiries. It was resolved that Constable Quinane be appointed for Kiewa riding, on the motion of Cr Richardson, seco...

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CONCERT AND BALL AT KIEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1887

CONCERT AND BALL AT KIEWA. Although, from the position of Kiewa, its inhabitants must be familiar with " the beauty of loneliness," they emerge every now and then into a state of' activity, and proclaim to the world that an entertain ment will take place on a certain date in their township, and visitors, as a rule, put in an appearance from long distances. A stranger to the place would never think for a moment that in the midst of such a limited population, there would be a very comfortable hall, or that there would be so much musical talent in so small a com munity. But Kiewa has been " Made green with the running of rivers, And gracious with temperate air." At all events at about seven o'clock on Friday night visitors commenced to arrive at Mrs Lawson's hotel from Wodonga, Albury, Tallangatta, Yackandandah, Sandy Creek, Allan's Flat, and elsewhere, and the town quickly assumed a very busy appearance. The cause of all this was that a concert was to take place to raise funds for the...

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SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1887

SATURDAY, MAlRCOI 4, 1887. WHAT, we would ask, has become of the New Hebrides agitation 7 Has it gone by, and " left not a rack behind l" If so the Gallic cock has flapped his wings and crowed in the face of the British lion to some purpose, and the behavior of the latter in this affair leads us to remember the now apparently true words of a'parody on "The British Lion" we have read somewhere, whiclh contains the passage. He's so meek and mild, that a little child Could drag him about by the tail. When BEACdoSFIELD controlled the destinies of the Empire, his enemies were never tired of decrying what they nicknamed his ",jingo policy "-an appellation drawn from the well-known lines put into the great Premier's mouth by London Punch: We don't want to fight; but, by jingo, if we do, We've got the men, we've got the ships, and we ve got the money too I There is no doubt that DISnAELC had a boastful vein in his composition; but this was exhibited more during his earlier career than subse...

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LAND NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1887

LAND NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. Henry J. Frey, 21a Or 3p, Tintaldra Sydney Watson, 50a 2r 16p, Walwa Henry J. Frey, 54a Ir 3p, Tintaldra Hans C. Petersen, 192a Or 35p, Tallan doon and Dorchap James Swan, 320a Ir 34p, Dorchap William Berry, 80a Ir 13p, Wodonga Henry Goonan, 40a 3r 33p, Dederang Susan Merkel, 51a Or 22p, Berringa Alice Rapsey, 205a Ir Ip, Granya. LICENSES APPROVED. W. H. Green, 8700a, Yackandandah F. T. Larkin, 140a, Mullagong Peter A. Wind, 670a, Corryong. GRANTS APPROVED. Jas. Higgins, 19a 3r 25p, Wodonga R. Peach, 4a, Wodonga.

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