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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

ALBUIA Y .MARKET. Messrs Chals. L. Griflth aond Co. report holding their usual fortnightly market on Wednesday last, at which there was a first class attendance of buyers, every hoof yarded being sold at a highly satisfactory price. Cattle-450 yarded, about one third of which consisted of useful boof, remainder stores. lest pens bullocks sold to £9 7s lid, ?dd beasts 'to £10 10s, best pens cows to £8, odd cows to £9 10, 3 and 4 yr old bullocks, £6 to £i 17s, 2 anl 3 yr old bullocks, £5 to £5 15s, store cows to £5 7s 6d. They sold drafts for Messrs H. MI. Shelley, Dr Byaiu, M. M'Donald, William Wood, G. Osborne, Andr. Hore, jun., Thos. olhnes, J. J. Here, J. Evans, J. J. Keogh, IW. Lyno, W. Evans, H. L. Taskis, Mrs Mullairy, H. J. Lovett, A. C. Chauncy, and others. Sheep.-7000 yarded, iucluding about 800 useful to prime mutton, merino wethers very light, to Js, crossbred wethers at 12s, crossbred ewes 11s, fat lambs 8s, store wethors 7s to 8s Id, store owes 6s to 7s 9d. They sold dra...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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FASHIONABLE SHORTHORN BLOOD FOR KIEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

FAdSHIONABLE SHORTHfORN .BLOOD-FOR KIEIVA. Measrs J. and R. Gl lsworthy, of Kiewa, Little River, have purchased (through Messrs Richard Gibson and Co., the well. known cattle salesmen), the pure shorthorn bull Ruby Tregunter, of most fashionable breeding, which must prove a most valu able acquisition to the e]istriot. Ho is a descendant of the most fauous Duchess and Oxford blood, his sire being by the D)uchelss -bull, Duke Treguoter Eighth (imported), sold for 4000 guineas. Hi, (ltam is a prize. taker, both as heifer and cow with calf at foot; his granddamu also was a winner as a yearling at the great Syduey Exhibition. She Is a descendant of the famous pure Oxford bull, Duke of Oxford 25th, imported by J. C. Irvine, of Sydney, and purchased at a high figh igur by Messrs C. and A. Finlay, of Glenormniston, Victoria. Ruby Tresurtha is of a deep rich red color, with httle white, most evenly made, heavily fleshed, with a good mellow skin, and a fine deep mossy coat of air, combines st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

`LO'NDON DIS.PENSARY, iDEAN STREET, . ALBUT•Y".. I. B. LINDSAY AND CO., DISPENSING CHEMISTS. "IRESCRIPTIONS and Family Recipes OAREFULLY DISPENSED with Pure J Drugs and Chemicals by Qualitied Chemiists. TOILET REQUISITES, PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, SPONGES, TRUSSES, .ENEMAS, &c., &c. 'Dl).B.L. and Co.'s Cblebrated Eye Lotion, for Sandy Blight, In Sflhiinnation, and all alreetions of the eyes. The only infitllible cure. .LOTION FOR, MOSQUITO BITES. ThlWIsi"i;i if used according to instructions, gives immediato relief, and prevents the attacks of.those annoying insects. ANTI-CHOLERA MIXTURE, SFOR DYSENTARY AND DIARRHIEA. .One ar two doses will cause a cessation of these maladies, and induce a sensation of itituritil comfort. LINDSAY AND CO.'S IRON AND QUININE TONIC Strengthens the systemn, and wards off many of the complaint's incident ti) thle cliato It is the best promoter of appotite known. Town and country visitors nre respectfully requested to visit the establishment. Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, iDi HI gTREEI, WVODONOA, "Wholesale and Retail i;i U T C H . E Ii. The oldoatestotacbllhed Butchery in.' VWodonga, M*EATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. ,,m.1m ltoodss of every description, HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. Albury and Wodonga Goach Factory. -. O. i.LLTS, oF ALBURY AND WODONGA, `EGS to announce that he ls prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE. Both at Albut· y and Wodonga. Repairs neatly eseeuted, All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON,I PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH' STREET, WODONGA, 'DEGS to announce that he has opened a .l Tinsmith's Shop in the premieaslately used as THESENTINEL Office. TANKS! TA-NKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order, Baths I, Baths Baths I Every desciptlion of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. M 1USIC 1 i10[USIC 11 MUSICt It Pr6fessor., L. Iverson (Of the Vienna Coaservatoire of Music), Visits 1:?ODONGA an Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Term...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

IW ANTED KNOWN - The London V FAMILY HEIALD can be obtained at Tire SeTINEL office. Price, 2d per week. Ryan and Taylor, agents. For Sale. TARTARIAN SEED OATS. For Cash. S1 WM. HILL, Wodonga. For Sale. FOURTEEN ACRES of LAND, near the Town of Wodonga. The land Is cleared. and securely fenced in two paddocks. For particulars apply to JOHN MORRISON, or JOHN WOODLAND. Wodonga, 8th April. TO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS,` 600 ACRES OF RIVER FLATS, Within half.a.mile of Wodonga, For further particulars, apply to CIIENERY BROS., Auctioneers, ke., Albury. LOST, between Klewa anl Wodonga, a GOLD BROOCH. The finder will be well rewarded by applying at TuE SENTINEL Office. £5 REWARD. I WILL pay the above reward to any person who will give such information as will lead to the conviction of the coward who poisoned my dog at Wodonga on the night of the 14th April. ARD. WILLIAM WARD. Notice to the Public of Wodouga. I TIIE undersigned, for the future, will NOT BE RESPONSIBLE for any DEBTS contracted b...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE REV. A. J. DREWETT AND THE SYDNEY "BULLETIN." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

THE* REV. A. J. DREWETT AND TIHE SYDNEY "BULLETIN." T0 T?E EDITOR OF TIPE SENTINEL. Snm,-I think it is due to the public generally, and the subscribers to the Athellmum particularly, that I should state, through thomeditun of your widely-circulated newspaper, my reasons for protesting against the Sythey Bulletin finding its way into our institution. I am specially movedto do so on account of a letter whlici appearedin your last issue.' Anonyumous letters arc very unsatisfactory because they rmanifest a timidity on the part of the writer. I shall be glad when the time comes for editors of newspapers to refuse to put in their columns anonymous contributions. The difference between your correspondent and myself is that he, on Iis oswn confession, is not a reader of tile Bdletlin, while I have rena several numbers of that publication. I, therefore, without egotism, can claibm vantage ground over your correspondent in so far that I know wlhat I am talkin2 about, whereas lie does not; nei...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN- CIL. ----<>---- The ordinary meeting of the above body was hold on Tlursday. Present-Cr Burrows (president), and Crs Robb Richardson, Mongao, Martin, Quirk, and M'Leod. . ConRESPONDENCE. From the Premier, requesting co-operation in-the Imperinl Institute movement.--Hld over. From the secretary of the Ovens District Hospital, acknowledging the receipt of a donation of £15.--Received. From the Secretary for Lands, intimating that the abstract of accounts for the several commons had been passed.-Received. From the Lands I)epartnment, intimating that the excision of about 400 acres from the Barnawartih and South Barnawartha commons had been gazetted.-Received. From Mr J. Hattersley, resigning the office of trustee for the Yackandandah cemetery--Referred to a public meeting. From the secretary to the Victorian Commission for the Adelaide Exhibition, notifying that the visit of the Commnisstoners to Barnawartha had been postponed.-At tomled t...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen ! FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

Mobotg iv oto"tt g ix:tihtcl Awake I Arise 1 Or be for ever fallen I FRIDAY, APRIL i.0, 1887. ,Tna Eight Hours' Day which has just plast briigs before our view matters considerably interesting to all of us, inasmuch as we are all more or less affected by tlhe position of ,labor and laborers in the colony, and becauss the great majority of us are working men of some kind or other.' The one great lesson taught by the triumphal marches of labor on the 21st of April is, that labor wasp once synonymous with slavery, and now enjoys its share of the blessings of Freedom. This is imuch to rejoice at, the thought that we have swept away the cobwebs of an- 1 tiquity enough to perceive that every one of us is just as much entitled to our,rest and our pleasure and culture as the veriest Nabob that oever was fan ned by a Hisndoo. Let us look for a moment at the past and then at the present status of labor. Formerly, if a man had the misfortune to be horn poor, or perchance to be robbed of his pa...

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CUDGEWA—WABBA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

CUDGEWA-WABBA.   (PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDANT.)   Although autumn has thrown her mantle over us, we are rejoicing in green fields and early wild flowers,; which tile rains of last month have "brought forth before their appointed time." The days are warm rind bright-indeed, all Nature looks as though spng were paying us an early yisit-and ploughsei has commenced on many of the farms. This is somewhat earlier than in previous seasons, but the moisture of the soil was the inducement. Improvements in our little town are becomiingmore prominent. Next the Post Office, which is certainly the centre, then Cudgewa Restaurant is fast uppronchingeorm pletion, under the able and skilful hands of Messrs Hiumphrey, contractors. The hall committee are to meot on Santrr day night, to arrange something definite about tihe building, &c. A recreation reserve lihas at length ibeer obtained, the land being recouencded at, last land barnl at Corryong. ,We were quite elate...

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THE "BULLETIN" QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

THE " BULLETIN" QUESTION. TO TLHE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Sln,-Vith your permission, I would like to say a word reopccting the Rev. A. J. Drowett's "specially" inspired effusion criticising my letter in your previous issue, in which he laments so deeply the fact of Imy not signing my name. This lament shows that he would rathller deal with the writer than with the principle of the letter, and forcibly called to my mind the following couplet:- "Some judge of authors' names, not swor'l, . and then. Nor praise nor blame the wcriings, but the No doubt to this class of critics, of which air Drowott seems to be one, it is " unsatis factory" that noen de plntoes should be allowed. I assure AIr Drowctt, however, that it was not " timidity " which induced me to use a nomn de plume, but the desire tbat the principle alone should be con sidered, without reference to the writer. Even now, however, lie has struck off at a tangent, and endeavored to raise a side issue, which smirks somewhat of tl...

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ALBURY MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

ALBURY MUNICIPAL ELECTION. Monday was the day appointed for receiving nominations for the extraordinary vacancy in the Borough Council, caused, by the retirement of Alderman Ilirtloy throngh absence from tlhe prscribed number of meetiigs. As thd list given below will show, live candidates have coome forward for the sat; wvhich tlio successful oneo will' only hold ulitil inext February, when Alderman Hartley would have had to be re-elected if he: reiained in the council. On next -Monday the nomilntion will be declared by the returning olliler (the mayor), when the dill'rcnt candidates will give in exposition of their views; and the following Saturday a poll, opened in the morning at 8 o'cloc and closnmg in the afternoon at 1 o'clock, will be takeno. J'h following are the nominations with the names of the ratepayers who pro. posed andll seconded the candidates: VIu.r.Am E Ils? LAMurnT, proposed by Thos. Atlleck, seconded by Charles Scluniedt. ALFnRD WALDi l WAu.oLDI:II, proposed by Jo...

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OVER THE BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

UOVER 2J1 BORDER. -4----- Bv HIlooisEc. We are sorry for Iloy since the 'Owtewioai " has boon to Dauvoy Jones' locker. Doos "Halick" over go to the wino collars now? I fancy not. He imutl havo got a dose of Rice there. Our Jack's come' again." Did hI loeav the wheeool and fortune behind? ... : Who could look at " Larry" " in hisl " milita? vy" togs and not'lauglh. Old George is back. . Ho looks notio thel worse fdr his trip.. -I wonder will young George follow his fathor's example... . Our ,' Tommy" has boon promthitd. He now wears the silver stripes. Didn't, he; lobka '''mnashal. in thei awkwarir squad the other night. .,. A: happy pair-Pi?t and his 5-bob chest nut. . Now, as. winter is. coming on, "Old Vipoy" .has taken to clonap "thoopo.' He has slung tho false ones. ?'f Dicky," often. visits;M?olbourno. 1,Io must be followiing in the footsteps of the grone "I am." . By the loading papers we notico Dicky is first favorito.for .tlh: Billiard.Tootrna mont. Our only objection to iim...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

GAZETTE NOTIOCS. LICENSES' APPROVED. IT. Mildren, 190a, Beothang F1. hunt, asn., 8a, Tallangatta F. Box, 3800a, Ilogong Tllgh Raliges. LEAtse ArPtovED. .. John Cure, 79a, Yackanidaolal Thoaijs S. Boennetts, 99a, Vabba G' ` RAZINo AREAS AVAILABLE. Kergunyah, 900., formerly applied for by lhos. Jordan; Thougla, 440, formerly applied for by A. Thornely.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

'LO'dON DISPENSARY, DEAN SIREE , ALEBLTTRY. D .B. LINDSAY AND CO., DISPENSING CI-JEMISTS. RIRSCRIPTIONS and Famnily Recipes' CAREFULLY DISPENSED with Pure 'D rugh and Clunmicala by Qualilied Chemists. TOILET REQUISITES, PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, SPONGES, TRUSSES, .ENEMAS, &c., &c. D.B.L. aindl Co.'s Celebrlited Eye Lotion, for Sandy Blight, In flantniition, and all affelictions of the eyes. 'T'he.oly .', infhilible cure. LOTION FOR MOSQUITO BITES. This Ln'ioni,'if used according to instructions, gives immediate relief, and provouts the attncks of these annoying insects. , ANTI--CHOLERA MIXTURE, FOR DYSENTARY AND DIARRfIIEA. Olq or : }ii'd.wosi ill cause a cessation of these maladies, and induce a sonsation of internal co .ifoirt. .. LINDSAY AND CO.'S IRON AND QUININE TONICO . Stroigtlhlns the s)stem, hiad wards off niany of the complaints incident to the climate It is the best promoter of appetito known. Toiwn and country visitors, are respectfully requested to visit the e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, M?n11 STREET, VODONGoA, I W:....i, ,,Wholesale and Retail TI.a oldest-established ,Butehery 'in S"'iMEATS! of "BEST' QUALITY eodt -n: I, Always on haind. 1Smal" Goods of eveiy description. " HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. ,,.?. uryand.rid W odoriga Coach Factory. Ed_ EOELLIS, 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 hle has opened a J Tinsmith's Shop in thile premlses lately used as .TE SESTIN+L Olfico. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths I. Baths ! Baths'! Every description of TINWARE made to arder, and kept in stock. -. Orders'by post punctually attended tod, USIC I 'MUSIC 1,1 MUSIC II Professor' LI;:. Iverson (Of the s ienna Conservatoire of Musio), Visits" ODONGA 'oi Wednesdays and ; Saturdays.:: Addres-...

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CHARGE OF HORSESTEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

CHARGE OF IHORSESTEALING. -4-~- At the Tallangatta Police Court on Tues. day--Mcsars P. Wright (chairman), Reidy, Street, and Dobinson, J.P., presiding--two young moin named James and Rober' M'Intosh wore charged with horsestealing. Inspector ihormas proscouted, and iMr Thorold dofended the accused. M. \V. Minoguo, selector, Sandy Crook, deposed-Turned out t, bay mare about seven months ago on Sandy Creek common. She was branded TM near shouldor. The foal the subject of the prosecution was her progcoy, and was thouen a week old. Never branded thofo:al noranthorised any person to do so. Searched for the mare and foal on the 20th April. Found the mare without the foal, and I gave information to the Kiewa police on the 21st :April. Accompanied Constablo Ellis and J. l'Orath .to Crowe's, four miles away, on 22nd April. Saw and identified the foal in \I r Crowe's paddock. Found it was branded something like A, hut not joined on top. Crowe was nasked if he claimed the foal,' whel hIe said...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 3rd MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

..TOWONG SHIRE. COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 3rd MAY. Present-Tho President (Cr. Dobinson) and Crs Carkeek, Stewart, Thompson, Scar lott, and Larsen. COneSProOD ENCE, From 'E. O. Fitzgibbon, hon. see. Bulli Colliery Disaster, Melbourne, asking the council to set a sunbscription-list on foot 'if they had not already done so, and asking tlhe general cooperation of the council on behalf of the sufferers.-No action. From F. Dunn, analyst, stating ho had received no samples of food or drink for analytical examlination for the quarter end ing let April, and drawing the council's attention to Section 14, 47, Act 728.--le ceivcd.-No action. From James F. Bate, Corryong, complain ing that a iran named Catheral fenced off a road leading to the BluffGap, Cudgowa.- Attended to. From James Cook, stating the clteqnoe, (£1 10s.) paid to him for clearing road at Nariel, and which he gave a mani named Rankin, was bIurat inadvertenoutly, and asking, that another cheque for the amount be for warded himn. Cr Dohi...

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BETHANGA SMOKE NUISANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

IBETIIANGA SMOKE NUISANCE. TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL." SmI,-In your issue last wook a letter. appeared with the word "Reason" at tached, under the above heading, but the writer assuredly has dropped the prolix "Anti," for the whole, letter is simply a seories of nonsensical assortions, devoid of either truth or reasoi. .The letter is also an insult to the medical profession, insi nuating that it is without honor, judging medical men from the Writer's own narrow world, money. "Fee" apparontlyis a more magical word. than honor to him. , In answering the letter, I-shall also reply. td, another paragraph uin the same issue, for! in this paragraph appears to me the whole' gist of the opposition. I. this .smoke nuisance queoston, the .minoer is mado to. assume a most unenviable position. .If lie does it voluntarily, then he sust boe a most unthankful and unmanly being; if unwittingly, then the action amounts to a crimo against the working classes by those using them. Working men's or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

D- AN STR? ? :' , ALII Y. F I. ?i SG t h'i n the jiblic for the plot t ailors, Prlt h0 ea, by strict attentimi ito' dhsilsi itadd iot''l ate chrllls, to elnortit a cntll nutill e of salunI .,, IIAN'I0 WN i ' T l('i'.-at 10 per.cent. 'dle thiit Metlboirte or. ydaly priceo. , Itiere t et&itv iu itel. :J AM:ES JACKSON, CARPENTER, JOINER, AND UNDERTAKER, Sydney Street, Wodonga. Next to TiHn SENTINEL Otlice. SowiingM"achlites repaired otn the Shortest Notico. F UNERALS Conductedl iii Tiown and Country. JIlea!sun and Mou1tirning Colich. Charges Strictly Mfoderato. TIME PAYMENTS IF REQUIRED. J.J. has also secOred all the appliances for photography. P ortraits faitl.fully tokent in all kitilds of tweather. NEW TOBACCONIST IN \W 0 D 0 N 0 A. JAMES JACKSON J~AS coimntienced business in Sydney streoet with a NE'WV andil CHOICE ASSORTMENT oF Tobaccoes, Cigars, S, .. Pipes, snto , Fano n Goods. Note the Address Next Tium SENTISEL Oflece, SYDNEY STREET, WODONGA. HELM BROS., Coach, Buggy, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

WANTED, a strong LAD, used to V orses. Apply T. H. Edwards, cab proprietor, Wodoniga. W ANTED KNOWN - The London PAMrSy HERALD can he obtained at TrrF SNTIzNEL office. Price, 2d per week. Ryan and Taylor, agents. For Sale. Tm ARTARIAN SEED OATS. For Cash. . 1 WM. HILL, Wodong. For Sale. FOURTEEN.ACRES'of LAND,near thio Town of Wodonga. The land is cleared and securely fenced in two paddocks. For particilars apply to JOHN MORRISON, or JOHN. WOODLAND. . Wodonga, 8th April. TO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS, 600 ACRES OF RIVER FLATS, Within half-a-mile of Wodonga. For further particulars,'apply to CHENERY iROS., Auctioneers, &e., Albury. LOST, from PaIlddoc, Wodol,ns, four LIOR.SES-two ba. horses, branded WD near. shoulder; oneo black ilare, do; one brown or black horse, branded Mi over bar near shoubler.' A. rewlrd will be paid to any person giving information that will lead ,to the recovery of the above hore, as. CRAWPFORD and. CO., Per H. T. Moffitt. LOST, between Kiewa and Wodonga...

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