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THE PROSPECTING VOTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. "United we stand, divided we tall." [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

TIF I'ROSP'ECTING VO'E. TO T15 EDITORI UP TIIE S?ENrINBL. " United we stand, dividud we iall." Silt,-- purcivc, with pleisure, that a mnovelent has boans started by solue " patriotic individualds" to obtaun Iroin the (Goveruinment t granlt of ssmonsey to assist in thoroughly prospecting for gold, or other ulinrals, the country known as the Felltiotbur Creek or Itats Castlu Rtanges. Such assistance lhas been grauted to munny places-why not to WVodonga'1 We itry taxes the smusu as other localities; therefore, I think we are equally untitled to Governiuent support, provided we can prove, that we have sosme reliable basis. on . which to claim thleir assistance, and that we are willing to help, ?iu far as our limited smeans will allow. If tile inhabitants of Wodonga and the district generally (for., it concerns all) will subserilu a curtain amount of money, the Goverunment will, I presume, supplemelnt it by na .likeu aount, and perlhaps eveun more, and it will bo a pity if now this inove...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TALLANGATTA CRICKET. MARRIED v. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

'TLLAN(M'C'A ltfdi KEI'. The cricket matchL, married rerm:rt single, cauto off at 'Talle?gatta last Satur day, ii the presence of a large conclourse of spbet?Ators. The coutcat was a keon one, tad though victory rested with thu b:ahulurs, it was secured by sio narrow aI a'tjority that theo youngater have nothing to boast of. Indeed, had the true spirit of the galte boon observed, it is doubtful if the tables would'not have boeen turndd. A nasty accident uhappuned to Hughes, the wickot keeper for the Bnoudicts, who received Ia alinful blow on th .face fromn a fast one of Rtolir's, which plihlCd hii completely ,hors do combar during tihe reat of the game.' The captain of the bachelors, with questioealb bli taste, refused at sub stitlte for the disabled cricketer. Such churlilsh action is ill calculated to promote the cause of cricket and that. friendly rivalry.,lwhich should invariatbly obtain in miiinly spoi 'is Tlh youngsteuM, too, were seunltoliht dueonllstrativO in their yocifoer ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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"A MODERN UTOPIA." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

"A MODERN UTOPIA." TI TIM EDI(TOR or THlE seNTINEL. * A si:e,ld resident of Tallangattt I feeool it. a duty incumbent .upon imeo to direct your attention to a sketch lately.published in your columnlasndoe the heading of "A Miodern Utopia," 'and to crave your in dul gonce for making remarks therean. Upio ri first rending, tl)o conclusion I arrivd at Wails tliit sonie elnterprising Tal langattaito, ulsbitious of olsiu(ltg the style adopted by our Yankee friends of advertis ing, had succeeded in securing the servicos of o011 of those quack literary hacks usually vegetating, though never flourisl in, in thloneiglhborhoodof risiugtownships, tr, lirtexcite the interest of your readers by.iiouiu borrowed thrilling anecdote of th'e "Pharitom BUug" school, and tlihre direct attenltion to the saving--thore should follow,, the usual stereotyped bunkum) tio be effected by purchasilng the goods of hih patron. So thoroughly wi5a I ilim prussed with this conviction, that I ne tuallyi imginhed I sa...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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BEECHWORTH MINING DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

JTBE CI IVORTHI MINING DISTRICT.. The following are the reports of tieo registrars for the sub.divislons niamted, for the quarter ending 30th September:- MsrrA MtIrr NolrTn Sun.Ivisilow. (Mr C. C. Sparrow, Mining Rtegistrar). Thorois nothingveryimportuanttoroelolt . on for the pwst quarter. Less stone lhs. beenl put through the mills, some' f the clailm-olwncer being unable to work, owing to excess of water and and other causes: The results, however, of the crushings" shllw better, quartz giving an average of over 1 dwt more free gold to teid ton; and' in pyrites there is a gain of over 16 dwt to the ton. The Granya Company hlve .nt comn ienced sinking the shlatt vet, as I stated they were about to do in mu:y last report; stilt they hIve done a dr.i of progresanvo work during the p:~t quarter. They have extenlded their bottom drive fair into the westere ground, mUd Ihanve been suc eesaful in getting a good reef in this purt of.their mine, which gives every-prospect ." of turning lut...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

BICOKET. ýiR.ACfTE FLAT V. Mn)TA MJTTA. A cricket inmntah hotwcvai (hoaltan F1at: rud Ai htjtta Mitts tenlit was ;d!aycd.on thoJ 9tI) Novemhbr, with the i. Ihwing'resul$: L KA(ITh: 1'..T. Fis /Iningsc. Second. JlnhohriigLe,bCluooantI.. 4 b "M Laomd 5. IR. l'Urath, bli . Lafi;i ca Clements, - thitee .. .. .. :1 bI'Ilompooo Or Moore, b Clomnota ... I Ih Clements" 2! Saues, b Cleineinta ... 0" hltTLo1e .. Scibio, b E. J~efnntateu I) b Cluniaito 0; J. Dowell, c Smith, h. Clement. .. h. Clemente 2; A. Niiwell, b Cloenenta 0 Ii Clamontso g' Hegrvty, aot out 0.r.. 0 ut " ..t / I'utetson, b Clmoents.... O Meod. T. Math, h Clement. 1 not rito U'$ "0,6. ClUocnt. ... 0 In, Clement. rise 12 9.1c" MITTA Mrr. . Joeups, h Soohie ... 2. a IIuH7Mvty, b Seoldfo ' .., 9'6 M1.c!l, h"'S9alea 4 h ool o Tliomnpaon, 1, Scoho ".., I a Saobjo L ELafuntmineaMl '(~kmuth, 1 t b Scoblo . ... 0 Sao0ohl . Claeoonts, It b' .,ob0e b0 ScIa m .ale 1Yalkur. not out 6" ..« . b.Scobio; ;... 17. Smtith, hiScohle S not out...

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GRANYA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

OR4NYA RIFLE.CLUB. The following is the result of t o rifo practico (five rounds) on Satmurjay: 200 303.. yda yde Total Captain Jenkins ... 14 . 18 32 Sec. Sparrow?.. ... T0 21;+ Constable Ros ,,. 1 9 22 IlAvid Grant ... ... & ( 14 Lioutunant Sparrow... 80 2 12

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DARK RIVER SUB-DIVISION. (Mr A. H. Merrant, Mining Registrar). [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

DS?i REvHeR SU-DIuVIIo.. (Mr A. H. Meurant, Mining Registrar). Nothing of importance has occurred isn mitring : during thie qurter, exceplt, puirhlaps thu brushing by Cuetin and party from a roef on M'Kay Creek. The exvs tence, howiver, of this reef, a lease of which has now been applied for, was previously known. Roesing and Party's crushing of 7 oz 2 dwt per ton was taken. from a small patch of stone, which did not continue to be payable. Milling at Zulu Creek in proceeding steadily, and the returns from the reefs are satisfactory. Cn M'Kay's Creek a large reef has been struck by Robbie Burns Coulmpny, and good crushings are expected from this claim; also from M'Crao's and from Chaplin's. After a very mild and dry winter, Sop tetmber brought us very heavy rains, no-; loss than 8"17 points having been re corded hero in nine days. A great deal of temporary damage and inconvesiunco have bon suffered by the alluvial miners in the crooeeks. W teelur's Creek sustained a flood which has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

11/" -;NDVOV:IG1 ( S "?I , pital), it d' . l da ,il at 11his rsidence wh;1 ltion Notice. b -c -... it't IOlTI M.D., not 'NT VACCINATI'Oll , INATE uvery T'HUIS 1 te it 1.11, . till twelve n~ooni , hi oudonga. KENNEI)Y, a I, L.R.Q.O.P.T., , Sisuitd at Ihs resiidlnce, ' iT LICETI'L:, AIhBURYi . .iit mUSIiC I MUSICI r L,. 'Iversonl SConservatoire of Musia), F; 1 I7L ai b ,ldnes.lonys an ?: tf jSaturdas. n c'L'erinuts Rotel. OA BRANCH. S ... ~ ' ... ,£1, 0000 i UND ... ... £115,000 -edl, bille didnconted, ind all b)usiless transaietcd.. j W [L IC I'NSN;O'N-: t ! SOL'OI'·!:ot ',,';?i J "nuy to A, lan agr. y'e Buillid~gs, Dan; trsotrt, at~ioniaT Fadmily i Ho' el ---. STREET, MILBOUR NE, a to Cbh ind zBdi doutd) ( fNDER' GALLETLY LArmE o01r'opoNO),4 , , inform his Friends and, the c that he hIa taken the alnove SHenninglusn's) wiere lldardeir wra will fiid' the:attention paid. omforteblo home. 1 ::;" ,,.ý J'LASS"WINES,: SPIRITS, ALES, &c. Terms Reasonable.' : .' S,,telephone, and ev...

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[?]ON PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

,,1l.fl(l " ON PWT.BOil'ION. - - ---r f "Prfogr"iss 'd Spossessed one i0t the , y 1 yl whioh 1, on conjuroe it y ,ta5t clntuy;' but it was' i t i lito Ji 1t.LoUt produCioni in i e tb'l.,uo1 in full intlhe 1 f vin, lt r' iuonkrf pitits, Sostrlollad l ltheo power as trca wile, 1 ofxarting. Ti 3 shali atl otn 4 Protection, or Free tlh rossing interest, as we Wil' of thllu author; but as we uOU to note the points at tr ullhaglao of thl grey goose r if so be, as there are n ll r to which we iuset i i'i flrom Iliint in our jullg I nnot Withhold our nmood of. l thu olloiing paragraph in tile a dtlfptur:-." Oni tlhing or mioust ha trua-oithlur protoltion o altter opportunities to labor msa , or it does' not.. If it rhi foul that laboir luots not .its otulitias aiud does nt 'got l"p ( 1ould knblow it, that wo a ere, ot merely in sustaining rataiotlu, but in donuunding far Iitdoes not, then evei: if iot l :hrtlfuil to thu working classes, ais dulusion mald l slnaro; lstacts attontioln aid div...

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BETHANGA SUB-DIVISION. (Mr John C. Foster, Mining Registrar). [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

B?ETHANA SUB-DVIse oN.. (Mr John C. Foster, Mininig1tegistrar).. Thu Tribute Company, on the Excel sior line of reof, have just put through 180 tons, which only gave the small return of 23 oz 6dwt, or an average- of--2 dwt 14 gr per ton, which has not paid for the working, as thie company had been to a great outlay, miring to fit up the battery, drive. a tunnel some 150 feet; -beides sink a, shkfth 40 feet,. which was all dead work.' However, they are cleaning up? after the damago caused by the late rain, after which they will com?eince to take out quartz again of.a better quality, and. they, therefore, look forward to better- . - results.

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WODONGASHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 24th NOVEMBER, ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING. Present—Crs Newman (president), Bambrick, Street, and Dibley. ANNUAL STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

WUDUlNGA?VS?IILE COU UNAUIL. TvispAd , 24th NovEanuin. ADJOUltND L AHNNUAL M IIETINO. Present--drs Newnatt (president), 1Bambrick, Street, and .Dihloy. ANSU.: .WrrtrtI(MY'r. The following analll statement of receipti andI ependitulr for the financial year ending 30th September, 1885, was ruceived and finally settlud: Receipts.-To balance at Bank of Victoria, L256 Is 3d; rates and arrears of rates, L516 4s; Governmenlt endowlnunt onl rates, L879 12s 71; special grants, L2ii 17s 2d; reveruwe under the Licensing Act of 1876, L199 2s tld; dog licenses, L6315.; slaughtering licenses, L3; pound trust ,honey, L10 13a 10d; pound fees, L32s 3d; sale of voters' rolls and furniture, L3 4s lid; park fees, LII; bonus for collecting statistics, A4 13s 7d; from the Education Departmuent, for compiling school returns, L10; contractors' deposits, 19.2 Ils Oid: overdraft at Bank of Victuria,L453 2' 10d; Iutstanding cheques, L19 Is id-total, Li540 12s id. Expendituru-l-y outstanding cheques, L13 18s; ...

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ORDINARY MEETING. Present—The same councillors. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

ORDINARY MEETIN(G. Present--The same councillors. MIUTBES. The minutes of tho previous meeting were read and confirmed. COlRRiEPONDrNCE. From Ovens Benevolent Asylum, ap plying for continuance of support. Received. From shire of M'lvor, submitting proposition that all shire and borough councils should send delegates to a conference to be hold in the Exchange, Melbourne, to discuss the desirability of the lamve tea b W given to the municl palities in witch the properties taxed are situated.-Receivedit From the Rev. joist Henry, Presbyterian minister, Albury, relative to resoaution passed in council, asking him to state his authority for dictating to the council in regard to sone church lands at \Vodlunga. The writer said:-" I don't know' what authority would satisfy the council, but I think the fact of my being the Preshy terian minister at \Vodonga, and recog nised as such by the general assembly and by the Govermnuont, is qiite sullicient. The runsor- which has determined the actio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

Jif) X3 ! $IlCKs rt. BRIoCKS ! W. J. iIN TS, ý)p iiK.:YAI?, WQDONOA., SSUPERIOR CLAS.S oBBI KS co. llq a bo obtainld loatdly at ,oWEST 14TES. QOrlers left with P l4.~:E7 M ',L E'A N, Storeukoupor, Will have prootnpt attention. fJQ $TANN ` HIsr SMESASON :dktt Z S " Btlianga, Tlhe Thorosughbred IHorso By Olorious (imlp.), dam Miss larsap, by j'aineo William, dam Qicleen by Peter Finn (imp.), Gumherooua is a bay, five ycars old, stand ia, sixteen and a half handsahWl1, with great boon and substancedanirp'ho?i o~ls himself p good horse on the turf, and ia adlhitted by good judges as one of the most handsome lorecos ni this district. Termns, £2 if raes a le1; £3 jf'padopked. bMares must he removed by let Jtoluary, 1886, or a charge of 2s Od per week y|ll be nIado for agistoment. Good and soooro pr.ddoeli@ proydeod on the Murray, and every c "ar tokon, but no responsibility. dl; qEO r OSB1~ ..... - EOROE'OSBONE.f Tr|o STAND THIIS SEASON~ at Myrtle. II ford the Thoroughbred Horsel '. YOUNG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

JOHN G. WIGG, mlolh STEET, OTP?ON?IA, Wholesale and' Retil. .:' B U T O I , i The olest-pttbl ol Uli . .t.i ..t 'n - Wodose : ! *a . Al MEVATS of'WST ' QVAIITY Always'oirhlun, , . : . Small Ooode of every 'dopriptlop, i,;,,.o, IIIDES and SKINS-PU RCItASF D, JAMES GRBANTi';: FARRIER AND GENlRAl SMIT., TAIBLANGATTA. A LL KINDS of TURNINI' diloo ni th' Spremises, and ropairs cifotcdl hi'. a worklnsliko styleo, GENERAL lIFAQKSMl'I'j( ,AND FARRIER, . : Elgin strpot (near railway oroialng), Wlododga. J. LAMBOURN leogs to thank his numcrous cnatoinerp for paet favors, mui' hopes to still merit , a pontitnuanoo, . . AGRICULTURAl . T)IwPlMP iNTS 'S " RIiPAIRED, ..;: HORSESHOElING A' SPECIALITY. -Why?' lkocauso they aro shod ac ordlng to artmnd Su'tuble to nitirc' "r COMMER.CIAL ,HOTEL, -B ,TIANGA, , t '. JguOLPERT 1 EGS to tlithiot tl)lht' hlas tntke ltIo t?ovo'-wll-klnown liotel, ' Good acconuniodation:fo;, rna?cllcrs," STABLING ,;AND PADDOCK; . VICTORliA HOTEL;'! S WODONGA, . T,- ^Johnston...

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THE UPPER MURRAY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

THE UPPER MURRAY RAILWAY.     We are glad to see the Wangaratta   Despatch backing up our recent arguements that, unless our Goverment construct the Tallangatta line at once, the Victorian Upper Murray trade will be lost for ever. Our contemporary writes:-"The survey   of the line from Wodonga to Tallangatta, upon which two engineers with their par- ties were quartered for nearly two years, is still, it would seem, incomplete, as the survey has reached only to Huon's alnd,   a distance of about twelve miles from Wodonga, which shows the distance sur- veyed by each engineer to be at the rate of 6 miles per annum, or not quite seventeen yards per day for each engineer and party. Shameful a transaction as this has been on the part of the Railway Department, they will still persist in delaying the survey of the line, although the New South Wales Government are making strenuous exer-   tions towards the constru...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

Birth. COLE. - At Bethanga, on the 21st November, the wife of R.D. Cole of a daughter.       Deaths       COLE. - At Bethanga, on the 21st Novem- ber, Mary Ann, the beloved wife of R. D. Cole; aged twenty-six years. LEMON. - Accidentally drowned, in the Wodonga Creek, while bathing, on 21st November, Edward Arthur, the dearly-     beloved son of David A. and Sarah Lemon; aged ten years and five months. "He's gone to rest, his troubles are o'er;   He's done with sorrow and pain; And the ills of this word, which he   patiently bore,       Shall never distress him again."

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

feloboigai & 'otoolng ecntincl. "Awake! Arise! Or bo for ever fallen !" -MIs.TOS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBy lI 28S, 188l. THE approaching end of the list session of the present Parliament induces us to cast a, retobspective glance over the past three years, with a view of discbvering if there is one thing more than another by which the Coalition Government has reason to be remnim bered'by the extra-urban people of the colony." It requires no close discrimi nation to see that they' have. .We hnmedliately discover, at the first glance, that the Codlition Government .has. distinguished itself by its total neglect of the country districts in every Vwy, and by its coddling care of the metropolis--in short, by its policy of contralisation, Its policy of contra lisation has been noticeable in all its actions, the apex of which we may set down:as fiaving be&n reached by tihe so-callcd f farmers' excursions. A greater swindle wI's never perpetrated oni any cohutry. The name farmers's...

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MR IVERSON'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

MR IVERSON'S CONCERT. Lovers of music had a rare treat on Wednesday evening, listening to Professor L. Iverson and his talented pupils, at   the Prince of Wales' Hall, Wodonga. An opening duet, " London by Night," was carefully played by Misses Stasson and Iverson. These young ladies reflected great credit on their enthusiastic teacher.   Mr Fullerton sang three songs during the evening - " The soldier's tear," " M'Gregor's gathering," and "The anchor's   weighed" - (the latter an encore), and de- served the appluase so liberally bestowed   on him. We cannot speak in terms of   praise of the Albury Glee Club, although sympathising deeply with their efforts to forward the interests of music in the dis- trict. Miss M'Dermott was in good voice, and was heard to advantage in the charming songs, "Killarney " and "The Spanish muleteer." Miss S. Hill rendered the well-known song, "Ever of   thee," and "Forget." T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH SER -' VICE,. WODONGA, In English Church, on Sabbath, 8th, at half past three p.i. JAMES HENRY. W ANTED to RENT, a FARM, of from 50 to 150 acres. Applications, by letter, at TIe S ETINh L Ofice. [ OST, or stolen, from olumon, dark bay :L MARE, branded GT over DIB near shoulder; JW\ offishoulder, with foal twelve mouths old (unbranded) and another foal at foot. Tois shillings reward on returning to Mrs W\Vil, \\'odoinga. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS SEASIDE EXCURSIONS. To give residents in the coueitry an op portunity of visiting the coast at, or near, Queencnliff, Birrogurra, Iortland, Frankso ton,. or Sale, during the summer months, seaside excursion TICKETS, available for one month, will be issued at a low rato at the principal stations, fronm 24th November, 1885, to 31st March, 1816 (both dates'in. elusive). The issue of these tickets will not be affected by any other excursions. .For full partleulars, seo posters at all stations. By order of the Commissioners, i P. P. ...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 November 1885

(GAZETTE NOTICES. Licenses Approved - Henry H. Pearce, 1100a, Tallangatta; John Martin, 400a,   Wodonga; John E. Hallen, 36a, Norong; Peter Muller, 30a, Wyceboo; Charles Cook, 101 acres, Granya; Alex. Young, 33a; Wyceboo; Stephen P. Everard, 80a, Walwa; Geo.. McKay, 30a, Wyceboo; John H. Keat, 100a, Tallandoon; Goo. Marshallsea, 197a, Cudgewa; John M. Coysh, 107a, ' Tintaldra; .James W. Catherall, ,317a, Walwa; Geo. Coysh, 71a, Tintaldra; Thomas Coysh, 52a, Tintaldra .Thos. Coysh, 166a, Tintaldra;   .John A. Coysh, 101a, Tintaldra; Emily J. Garing; 181a, Bungil; Wm. Taylor, 210a, Thougla; Joseph Maguire, 215a,.   Thougla; Samuel Gay, 318a, Thougla; Geo. Matthews, 320a, Granya; Henry Nankervis, 81a, Colac Colac; Helen S. Bartlett, 288a, Colac Colac; Chas. Nankervis 252a, Thougla; Michael Carr,   113a, Wagra; Wm. J. Martin, 245a, Tatonga; Archd. Gay, 317a, Thougla; Donald Sutherland, 181a, Thougla; Wm.   M'Donald, 35a, N...

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