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GAZETTE NOTICES. NEW LICENSES ISSUED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 July 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES. NEW LICENCES ISSUED. Rohelrt Evoston, 20?a, T'?lagantbalanga William Counlton, 8a, Borringa I ' Edward 'annuing, 156,!'l'aigathbalange Thonma Peach, 20a, o\Vdonga Ahl Qtong, 20,t, T'anganmhalanga Alon. Ar.atrlong, 20I, Blrriuga lohntlututton, 20a, uTangaumbahu.ug. . dwinlBakur, I i, Ykanlldlitndh V. .1. Cleo, '0Sa, T'auggainhalanga William hunt, 2O1a, lirrowye John .Jamnioaun, 20a, l'anlgamnhalanga Itaert Ja.Jliensou, 20a, 'I angamibaulnga Miclhael Meehaln, la, .Yckatndaudah lidriu Maddock, 20a, Tlonnrm'alnga ChlA. Murphy, 20a, Berrmnga WV.JI. MIhlhdok, 20a,, T'ugathbalanga '.awreneo ?I'N unara, 12S, Yackandandah Mary A. F,',arlane, 20a, ,?erringa -Thltutan Nevin, 21O), 'Tllangabalanga William Smith, 20a, Yabba Peter Symington, 20a, Berringa Mary Symington, 20, Berringa l.uis P. mTmho npn, 20a, Thowgls" Williuln Talylor, '20n, lhowgla Sing Tin, 14a, lerringa LICENSES APPROVED. ,TJohn M'Cullogh, .70a, Yackahndlndla Patrick Darmody, 88a, Baranduda LEAsne ArrItoVEn. Ca...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE CLERGY AND THE BULLETIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

TIlE CLIRGY AND THRI BULLETIN. TO TIlE EDITOR OF TIlE SENTINEL. Sli,-One may be excused ill this tile IOth century if he is somewhat "taken aback " at what you call the "gibbeting "of a gentleman for expressing his views. I an a member of the W?odonga Athemeum, and sllould be glad if you, or anyone else, would be good enough to tell me on what grounds I, or any other member, should be " gib. heted " for expressin,, views which to me or them seem of suffiieent importance to be given expression to. I refer, of course, to the attitude taken by the Revs. Drewett and Johns against thie admission of the Sydney Bulletin to the institute. Had they not a right, as members, to object to that, or any other periodical, and if they had the courage of showing the grounds of their reason for objecting to the Bulletin, why should they, in your language and that of Mr Charles Clark, be "gibbeted ?" I lhave read the article of the Sydney Bulletin on the matter, antd, barrieng the calling of names and...

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PROPERTY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

PROPERTY SALE. Messrs Chas. L. Griftith and Co. report holding a sale of small properties at their rooms on Saturday, 9th July, when they disposed of six allotments near the railway goods shed on account of Miss Rau, from £20 LOs to £24; on account of Mr Henry Wornes, an allotment in Perry street at £42; and for Mr J. Hopwood, a small cottage in Macauloy strett at £160. The tone of the market shows an upward tendency. Our next sale of plroperties will be held at an early date.

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

* ll l 3?? RliRA VirLL PAPERS,. ¶ I wish. to have a phy at my old acquain.' tnoce, .Mr Thomas ?Walker, 'erstwhile "Trance Medium Iinsirational Speaker'" for the Mollbourno Association of Spiritual. ints, but latterly ehamplonaof athcism, more euphloiously styled " Freethought," atnd whose whole orced ll may, be anumed up ill two words--viz., Thomas Walker, with " M.L.A." added. Yes, Sydney enjoys the distinctive ionor of possessing, thie redoubt. able and irrepresaille Thontas, whose clhmlcoleoulike prolpensities Ho disgusted his Victorianll allpporters, and whoso experi iments with lpllosphoiuloiu in Toronto, formed such a pretty little story ill tile City Court, Mellbourue. Prior-'to that expose, T'homas possessed the full coufidloce of his Spiri tualistic brethren, and used to hold forth in the Oio",t louse every Sunday evening, standing before the auldience with his eyes shut, professing to be in a trance, and to be ilspired byy some l'unseen, occult agency. But, lo I Thomas lud...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO TlHE EDITOR OF THIE SENTINEL. .Si,--A letter appeared in your last week's issue in which AMr P. AM'Lean, as treasurer of St. Luke's Church of England, attempt to show that the Church of England is pro. gressing in this district, and heo contrasts the condition of affairs during 1885, when Air Shekleton was minister, and 1886, under the Rev. A. J. Drewett. According to Mr \1PLean, twice as much money has been re ceived by him since the Rev. MAr Drowett took charge of \\'odong and the Upper Murray. So there ought to be, considering there er re three times the numbor of services held in 1886 to 1885, besides a number of new places opiened up which it was oimpos sible for ,Mr Shekleton to attend to. liBut I was rather astonislied at Mir M'Lean stat. ing that the total receipt for the year 1885 were only £268. I mn thoroughly convinced that Mr M'Lean knowsdilfferently, although perhaps the money did not pass through his hands. Will MIr...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASE APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES. LAnSe Ai rnovuvn. rMlArtin lnssion, 20a Ir 4p, ,Mullengong. S ' ' L?DS6 .m API'ROVan. PaItrick O'Lolghli In, l it, Wgrt Robert Craig, 80a, \Vodonga A. Pato n ant Sons, 40a, Tnllntngatta W. Drulllllontld, 1a, Tallnngatta. OItANTr ArrItoveI. . 'Torrens M'Cann, t14 3r 38, Mlagorra. Ti'ihoto t mdtllcino known Is SAuNDs. and SONs' IuUAvrI'TI I:tTnsCr. Teslt itsanlinent, ipowerful effects in coughs, colds, inUlluennat, the rullisf in Ittantanleous. In serious cases, ndl atbcidlnts of ill kinils, be they wounds, bIuriins; ohllings, bruises, sprains, It Is the nufest' retitnl y-n- n welling-Inonllnlhnlttion Like stlrrisint ifufeets prodlucel in croutp, tlilllherita, brolnuhitis, unflaunnatlon of thet lungs, swelling &c.; dinrrhaln, dysentery, ,l soaa?s.of thehlneys ad urinary organs. lIn Se It? , ospittls itll :, medical'clilclis all oveor the glnhor'p tronlised-by his Majesty the King of Itly; crowned with modal andt dll6imin ,at ' Intefuatiodnl E xhlibition; Amnst...

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CUDGEWA—WABBA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

OUDGEWAZ--WABBA. "' (VnoM OUR OWN CORRLKO':ONDENT.) Os Monday evening, in response to invi tations issued by MAr and Mrs John White. head , of \Vabba, some twenty to thirty couples were seen wending their way hither. The gathering 'was in honor of blaster John's return from the Scotch College, Melbourne, and hia convaleacence from his late serious illness. Wabba invitations mean a hearty welcmoe, a good dancingroom, drawingroom (witl splendid piano) for non-dancers, and - dainties for all epicures, no few invites are .. ignored, and then unavoidably. On Moliday niight r and Mirs Whitehead, with Miss Whlitehead, I think tried to surpass their previous efforts for the cowrforts of their guescts. A splendid dinner was laid at six o'clock. After justice had been done to that, dancing commenced, with Mlr E. Sheather as M.C. lThoso who did not carp for dancing adjourned to the draidingroom, where singing and ýames were indulged in. Supper at eleven o clock made a change in the programme, ...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

ALBURY MARKET. -4-t- Meosrs Chas. L. G'riflith and Co. report holding their usual fortnightly sale on Wednesday last, at which there was at good attundanco of buyers, when they yarded 230 cattle and 1000 sheep. Cattle -230 yardCd, Best penn bullocks sold to £8, best ponsa cows to £0 6s. They sold dra!t for MIessrs Jas. Carter, M. Haire, G. Blurdack, W. Funku, Thomas, Doigan, A. Haor, jun., John Here, J. Wanklin, and ,thers. Sheep-1000 yarded. Bost wo!hors sold to 11s Id, one lot averaging 10N 9d; good store wethl rs sold to 8s 9d. They sold drafts for Alessrs George Leopard, ,las. Green, Thomas Cleland, and (conjointly with Messrs Chenery Bros.), 400 fat owes for Mr John Fagan, of Walbundrio. Also, outside, 3500 fat and store wethrs in' the wool, and (in conjunction with our Melbourno agents) 200 fat bullocks. Our next sale will be held on Thurdsy, 4th August, as the Corowa Shbw'takes place on Wedues. day, our usual dany.

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THE ROAD THROUGH O'DONNELL'S PADDOCK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

THE ROAD THROUGH O'DONNELL'S PADDOCK. 0O TIlE EDITOR O0 TIIE SENTINEL.. Sil,.--I moust. crave a esmal spac in your vahiable piper, in insvcer to "Gundow ring." I am surprised at a man with such a fertile-'brain as "G?lndowrig ". inaking sueli mistakes. He surely could :not have roead my last letter. In the first place, Air Editor, "Oundowring" will find tMat I atated it would cost £300 to £400 to form the road, exclusive of compensation to Mr O'Dfonnell, which will amount to another £200 or £300. The cost of the road will bh between £500 and £700, and not £300, as "lundowring " status. I think if " On dowring " stops at a quarter of it mile from the mans roaih hs will himsolf not half-way through O'Donnell's paddock. Perhaps hio will remember what it cost tihe council some few years ago to get roads through private property up the river way. Then, again, " Oundowring " says I want to have £600 or £700 of this gap money laid out at Stuckey's Gap. What does "GOndowring" mean by " this...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

S °erlnlewan. WVrigjht;' & Co., LimiLed. PUBLIC NOrICE. 'W E SIng to notify that we have this day I)sI'POS.:I) of our BIUSlNESS at A bury and \\'odoti ito liRE iM C\AN, \\Witl Tl', and COMPANY (LI..tITE). antl hIve much ple iasure iu thankinghyou fli t i kiud and liberal snppior riecived by uy .ri' Iailny years. rt'irieitani, \\'righti, iand (Copl)iany, IUnited, are well estadlis.led with branllchcs t iro,gihout thle clonies, iail iigeincies in all lpa,'ts of the worll. We can contildently recoilulend theme, aned trls"t they will receive a continuance of your putrouage, S''ANLEY & M1UIR. Albuiry, 10th May, 1887. . nI reference to the a 'bove, e havre ioluch prihasure in soliciting a continuance of the Sippliort previously accorduted to 'Messrs uhitley untl Muir, and our patrons imuay rest tiireld of ouIr best enldeavoirs. I'iRME\VANT,WRI iT', & COOMPANY (LIMITEli). J. YOUNG, Manager, Alhury andl \Wodonga. PECTORAL BALSAM, A MOST VALUABLE AND CERTAIN CUIIRE FO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

JOHN' G. 'WIGG, 11(111 STIEruT, WoIoxcA,. r1Who'ldes alld etail: Bjl" 088 ''I i SWdodga.luI,. MIATS: 'of' I3BEST. QUALITY. ? . ,Always on al. :1 , :, Sinal Goods of every description.; IIIDEIj 4id SKIN)C PURCIfA. ..~'.a Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E- C. ELLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, BEGS to announce that hie is prepared tol MANUFACTURE EVERY l)DECRIlTION of VEHICLE' Botlh at Albury and Wedonga.' i Repairs neatly executed. ; '. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly modelLnte.c FRIDOLF . JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH1 STREET, WODONGk, B EGS to announce that he has opened ri Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as TiE SE.NTINEL Ollice. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes nmade to order. Baths, I Baths I Baths! Evay deoscriptlon of TINWARE.madeol to order,.amldkptln stock . , :il!:. . ; Orders hy,post puutually, attended to; .,.,I I USIC t MUSIC l 'MUSIC I Professor L'I_'" .ivers?n (O trhe l'inn CdisiCori itoiroi'of ofsic);l i Visite . ODONGA', on ,W cdnesdlays and ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

T. .E-H. SL .A .-TEm .,, Watohlmakeri.Jewellieri &Optioianl ,tii I All work'd?. tiifi~ ' pi iritl;cn'd goIeran tecd. . o10il l :II. H .a::t , , h' WAIN AND ' A A IT "t, t ýr . u. (Cai'te ,..?s I Miu ' T, S_.. . I llarvetlng dMachineir (arefilly Rupairtld. Unequalled Steel Stripper Conls '"or'gilngs (iitraniteled. Coiiibined Ploughs blade for Ficld or Vitneard Ploughing, Olle, t\rl, three, or five fiu'rows Two-flurrii'it '\Vi? 'loughs, with Governor S" Steeragq, if reqnired. S C:A R IF IE RS,>' , For one or two horses. Vignereidesairing new styles of implements tipiyii h 'e them oiaile by 5i 'ii ' , loosurisption tir'c xpla ti.?is " ' All nwrts of Specitl : I'loghsl' far Vine Culti ration always oni hand. .STEIEL 1'LOUUH SHARIE?-llornslhy .Pattei'n:? i; ) .c J . .if,;,l ISIPROVP...FOUR'ST (,RUtJ IlSRS, WAIN.( iiidl:H{LAND I .we awarded Certificates of lerltrfor Steel, trippcr Comhs, Sets of Ilarros, Single' Vio ]'lough; Scar.afiir,Sltedo Shares.:iul Double furrqil' l.'ield...

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A.M.A., BETHANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

A.M.A., BETHANGA. The usual monthly comminittee mooting of the above was adjourned from'theo th to the 13th inst. The vice-president (Mr iDaniol Pearce) occupiied the chair and the 'correspondence included a letter from the A. M. A., stating that the liability of each member of the A.M.A. towards the Kaitaugata look-out, which ended on 20th May,was OIs d per menihor. Letter from W\. G. Spelce, containing notifi cations of funeral levy and A.M.A. duos, slsh strike at St Arnaud, reasons for which are given below. It was resolved that last month's levy for ni-nth eniding July 2iind collected for Kaitangata lock outho placed into tho funds towards re couping the same for fuioral levy and A.M. A. dues previously drawn therefrom, nod any balanconow in the hands of the AM. A. which hlas been overpaid towards the lock-out by this branchlshall be placed to itts creit for funeral levy and A.M.A. diues. Meomber William Baker was ap pointed to act on the ceisimittoo. Afou burs Francis Schumlann...

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FOOTBALL. ESSENDON v ALBURY UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

FOOTBALL. -4--e-- ESSENDON v ALBURY UNITED. Ti'e long-looked-for match between these clubs camne off ' on Saturday afternoon.' The Essondon team had arrived in Albury on the provious Thurs day bvening, and were met and welcomed to theo town by the mayor. The weather, which had kept fine up till Friday, cul mincited in a downpour of rain on that day,! which completely rendered' the ground unfit for the brilliant play that was xpected from both sides; However, on Saturday it was evident that great interest was evinced in the contest, despite the threatening aspect of the weather, as fully 500 were present, in cluding a large number of ladies, some of whom had donned the colors of tlhe respective clubs. Play commenced a little after three o'clock, and it was soon apparent that the local team would have no show, although at the start the ball wnseforced up near the Essondon goal, butit was quickly returned, and Pender getting possession of it quietly punted it thrdugh, scoring first goa...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen ! MILTON.— FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

Awaclri? Arise! Or be f.r ever fallen MiLTreo. FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1887. The continued wet weather has made maniy of the roads in this district quite ilmpassable for teams laving mIore than an ordinary load, ind the carriers and ethers are I'reatly interfered with in their Ieusilness operations. Farnllers havilng stored wheat are aunble to bring it ilcn market, and we heIar o,f one instanco of a farmer having sold 1000 bags several weeks ago, but as yet has been unablo to effect delivery. The bush and station paddocks are quite boggy, and it is not safe to ride over any of the ordinry flat country, as the water has percolated the soil sa thoroughly that horses in sonme places will sink up to their bellies. The country, as the pastoral runs aro collo quially cadled, has not beeoon int such at cbn dition for years, and the forthcosning sea son promises to be a bountiful one for the large pastorlists. The farming community are not so well. ofl' inasmnuch as the cotitinued wet weather has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

W" ANTEI), a BOY. Apply T. D. S. Gordon, Torrancoville, Wodongs. For Sale, 60 ACRES of First-class Agricultural and. Grazing LAND (Murray Flats), at Jingellic. There is a comfor table dwelling-house, outhouse, &c., on the land. Large frontage to the river. Land securely fenced. Splendid open country at the back. GEO. PLUNKETT. For Sale. THAT commodious and faithfully-built BRICK STORE, near THe SENTI Nr. Office, occupied by Mr Geo. Leighton Very cheap, owner leaving the district. W. 0. M'FARLANE. Notice. A LL ACCOUNTS due to the under . signed, outstanding over three months, imust be PAID by the end of AUGUST, or they will be placed in the hands of a solicitor for recovery. J. . . WIGG. Wodonga, 14th July. To Splitters and Fencers. WANTED, FENCERS for splitting the timber and putting up a post and rail and posts and wire fences on Huoo's Hill. Apply JOHN MORRISON, Kiewa Road, Wodonga. To Builders. T1ENDERS are invited by the under .sined for the ERECTION of COUNCIL CHAMBERS ...

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CONCERT AT CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

CONCERT AT CUDGEWA. On the evening of Friday, 15th instant, a public concert was held in Cudgewa, in aid of the building fund of the Cudgewa Wesleyan Church. The roads were very unfavorable for travelling, the weather ditto, and the night as "dark as a wolf's mouth." But for once the roads were braved, the weather was defied, and the darkness bodly challenged by numbers who were determined to have a night's genuine enjoyment. The result was that the schoolroom (which has recently been considerably inlarged) was filled with a large and appreciative audience. On the motoin of the Rev. T. Alday, Mr D. Parry was voted to the chair, and after a few remarks concerning the purpose for which the concert was organised, he called upon Miss Palmer to open the vocal proceedings with the semi-humorous song "Tit for Tat." It is needless to say that Miss Palmer did full justice to the selection. The chairnman next sang "' The Death of Nelson," after which the Rev. Mr Alday gave a short but pithy s...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 14th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 July 1887

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL.   THURSDAY, 14th JULY. Present - The president (Cr Burrows), and Crs Robb, Richardson, Mongan, Quirk, M'Leod, Ronan, Smith, and Martin. MINUTES. The minutcs of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.   From Alex. Crowe, Sandy Creek, stating: From the effect of a gully below the Government reservoir having been washed, access to the reservoir is cut off. For the past three years the writer had allowed the traffic to go over the embankment, it was then comparatively light, but the railway contractors are now getting rails for fencing, and he had stopped them crossing the em- bankment. Cr Quirk, knowing the locality, can explain matters. After reaching Benzie's, wheeled vehicles can proceed no further unless a culvert be placed over Mack's Creek. A road one chain wide should also be cleared from the cemetery to Benzie's, the road being now very dangerous through hanging limbs and stumps. In country such as this...

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GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 July 1887

6RANYA. , -----4--------~ (FROM OUeU ii( VN, OORtEsgONDENT.) , The second match of the. season htweon Cranyan. and' :Tallungatta took, .place, on Saturds'lasti ' on thei ground of theo latter. A good deal of interest was taken in the matchl as the Granya teahi lihd' improved considerably on last yesar's form, when the match resulted. in a draw. The visitors were weakened by the absence of a few of their players, and had to play with three sulstltutes. Owing to the state of the ground, scientific play was out of the ques. tiond and, as a consequence, play became somewhat rough. The local team.wore blapted for this, somewhat wrongly, I 'think, for their instructions were to pllow. their opponeits to make the game, antl play inu the style they adopted. Blessrs Hunty aand Campbell captained the. respective teams,and the latter had to kick off towards the nobrthern: goal,' against a light wind. During the first half the lgaue was pretty oven, the sphere travelling rapidly from ono. end o...

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THE ROAD THROUGH O'DONNELL'S PADDOCK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 July 1887

T1I&I OAD TitlOUtiill OiDONNELL'S ~ 'ADIDOCK. . oe" r 5p IT" C WO it~i i'TI? ' "' " 's. Sin, i-' must rcquest you to; lio goond enough to allow mne i ;little spaDe in ymir vlil?able paper to? iedply to ".Slndy's"; first antd scond' effusions.o "He says" that Kiewa is 'alimuch entitled to a road as the , (iundowringites." This is true' as' far a it goes, but are the Gundotiringites entitled to nothing!' We have a gireatr poliulationi; ,grow siore grain; more, tobaisco, ail, other produce than Kiewa; and u'hust `tri"' faisners ,o jteglectod jist for tleo aggrandfisenicit of Kiewa ? What has been the olic'y f ?i for the past twelve months WV tHuggitis' (lap cut as oa inducenieat for Sandy Creek, andl Snowy Creek, to bring their producoe thrdigh' Kiwa t This "S andy " has' found to be a useless expense, as theao'people will not make use of it, whenn they "cani"r'e'li the railway via Stuckey.'s Iaqu, even before they' could arrive at Kiewa. ''lhis lane is the coutiliuati?t' of" t...

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