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BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

BILLIARD TOURNAMENT. A very exciting billiard tournament was brought to a conclusion on Friday night, at Johnston's hotel, in the pro sence of a considerable number of specta. tors. The tournament proved very in. teresting, and gave rise to a great deal of speculation. On the strength of his re cont victory, Lambourne was backed pretty heavily, but fortune was against him this time. Another man, too, was a deal in public favor, but he disappointed his supporters, although ho played as usual an excellent game. In many instances the heats during the match were very close, and the match between F. Johnson and Dodds was particularly close, being an '"iri and out" game from start ti finish, and was finally decided by only five. Sixteen nominations wore received for the event, and the wholu of them accepted, with the exception of Smith (the marker) and Donnoly. The prizes were £2 10s, £1 fau, ind 15s. The follow ing was the result of the final lieat, from. which it will be seen that thu f...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES. ----<>---- LICENSES APPROVED. W. W. Thompson, 19a, Thowgla W. R. Adams, 20a, Tangambalanga Wm. Askew, 17a, Berringa John Buggy, 20a, Talgarno Geo. Blair, 20a, Tangambalanga Sarah Clee, 20a, Tangambalanga Thomas Gentle, 20a, Tangambalanga Margaret Jamieson, 19a, Tangam- balanga Francis Ingelfinger, 20a, Talgarno W. W. Johnson, 20a, Berringa John Mitchell, 20a, Berringa Walter Perkins, 20a, Talgarno Martin Queripel, 17a, Granya Henry Smith, 18a, Berringa. LEASES APPROVED. John Roberts, 60a 1r 11p, Tangam- balanga Jas. Cleland, 206a, Baranduda Geo. Reid, 30a, Yackandandah Patrick Garvey, 190a, Yackandandah Guy Beatty, 97a, Yackandandah John M'Dermott, 281a, Yackandandah Wm R. Bates, 385a, Dorchap Thos. B. Waters, jun., 436a, Towong Elizth. Smith, 733a, Yabba Clara K. Thomson, 338a, Wyeeboo   Hy. Nankervis, jun., 678a, Wabba Hannah Courtney, 378a, Dorchap Wm. P. Drummond, 278a, Dorohap Maria B. Hughes, 420a, Thougla Robt. Cardwell, 170...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ADAM LINDSAY GORDON. A SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

ADAM LINDSAY GORDON. A SKETCH. (BY MINNESINGER.) Some fifteen or sixteen years ago, the body of a man was found in an open spot among the ti-trees that abound on and about Picnic Point, a bold bluff dis- tant some two or three miles from the present Brighton Beach railway   station. The position of the rifle that lay near told that suicide had been his end. The neighbors were horrified, and ere long, as the fatal news spread, Australia was aghast, for the body was that of her oldest and most favored child of song, Adam Lindsay Gordon. Sickened by a weary struggle for mere subsistence, pursued by demons of ill-luck which seemed to him relentless and unsatiable, maddened by the thought that his genius could not procure him even bread while wealthy noodles sprang up like mush- rooms everywhere, his extremely sensitive nature could bear the strain no longer, and urged, partly by his naturally fatalis- tic disposition, partly by the talk of an injudicious friend the precedin...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

T. .EH. SLATER, PRACTICAL Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician. 1t'h fl 'S TREET, A i L, ,i 1.:U R Y. S'Al work exeeuted promptly and guaran. teed. WAIN AND HYLAND (Late JAYxa Moonr), CONNES8 8TREET, -larvestig Macsnery Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Cembs Forgings Guarantesd. Combined Ploughs Made for. leld or Vineyard Ploughbng, . One, two, thoe, ore S furwc'. Two furrow Vine Plough., wtlh Goerne . Steerage, If required. S",O ARIFIER8, For one or two hones. Vi) gneros desiring new styl of Implements ...may have them made by iving deseription or explanation. All rts of Special Ploughs for Vine Culti : I on always on hand. STEEL- PLOUGH SHARES-Hornsby Pattern IMPROVED FOREST GRUBBERS, WAIN and HYLAND were awarded 'Certloates of Merit for Steel Striper Combo Sete of Harrows, Single Vine S" Plough, oarler, Steel Shares, and Double , arrow Field Plough at the late Chiltern Show, N.B.--OHARG?S. MODERATE. :'Hilfirty and Gourlay, PRODUCE SALESMEN AND General Commission A...

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DIVORCE COURT PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

DIVORCE COURIT PROCEEDINGS. In the Divorce Court in Sydney, on Saturday, one of the cases on the list was that of CGry v.Oray, the parties being well known" in this and the Corows dlistrict. We extract frn' a Sydney paper the following report of the case:-This ?aa the husband's petition for a divorce on the grounds of his wife's adultery. There were three co-respondents, none of wheom appeared. Adultery was charged in the petition with four persons, one of whom, James Vansittart Neal, was now deceased. T'vure was no. appu~arnce of thoe ife. Thie case f the petitioner, a squatter, was as follows:--In1875 he became acquainted,in Melbourne, with the respondent, who wee a barmaid,-and 'then about 18years of age. He became engaged to her, and, having put her to school for a time, married her on;4th 'January, 1876. They lived for some time at St. Kilda, and then went to resideon a station owned by the petitioner, near Alhury, whore 'there wore three children, issue of the marriage. In 187...

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 — 26 August 1887

THIE CLERGY AND THE BULLETIN. TO THI' EDITOR OF TlHE 8NTINRL. SRn,-I little thought, indeed, when I wrote my last, that its object would have been so easily attained, for I did not think it would be quite'so easy to got a" rise" out of " Honesty" as it has proved, nor did I dream that be had taken such high honors in the "Academy of Vituperative Abuse." Not being even a "Freshman " myself in that art, let alone an " Honorman," I decline to enter the "Ilite." I therefore leave ·that field all to hinlself, with all its glory. I :should- not have anticipated that any disputant'- except perhaps` some dlsap. pointed quaNtheologlan-would have so far forgotten himself as to condescend to use -sul, elegance of diction as " Honesty " hab done. I shall therefcre refuse most emphatically to notice any future pro. duotions from his pen, unless couched in language such as is commonly used between writers who lay any claim whatever to the character of gentlemen. It is quite evident, however, that...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE CUDGEWA RUMPUS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

THE CUDGEWA RUMPUS. TO T1 EDITOR O THU SENTIN.EL. SIRn,-AIlow me a'little space in' your cohuinl to reply to a'few of' the 'aisertions of your correspondent " Lux." The silly production scarcely deserves an answer, were it not that one or two' things need relating, in the interesta of truth. Why the story of the man that wouldn't eat fat is told so graphically, I have not met a single person who could tell me, unless it is to prove that Wesley'as are rpen ofprinoiple. It is stated that they (the Wesleyans) do not number one dozen members of society in all the district. Now, that statement must have been made in slicer ignorance, or is a wilful misstatement. 'Let 'no hope it was the former. The burlesque, or attempted bur. leqaue, on the May meotiugs in England is an unworthy production-especially when written in the connection in which it is. But this miserable little story is told in ignorance of the fact that the reports of the Homo Mission work-and the Wesleyan Church has no need...

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FOOTBALL. TALLANGATTA v. FEDERALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

FOOTB.A LL. TALLANGATTA v. FEDERALS. These club?, which had moet in the early part of the selason (n the Tallangatta ground, on which occasion the Fedoanla sustained a defeat, again matched their respective strengths on t he A bhury football field last Saturday. Th'I weather was de lightful, and had the effect of enticing a large number of spectaiorn, inlehlding a goodly sprinkling of the fair sec. Grunt speculation was indulged in na to the merits of the two teams, and a shado tf odds being on tie local club winning those offers were eagerly taken up, and the result of the play keenly watcllhed by those sno interested. At about half.past thrce thId tamrot' took'Wif-their pllositiius in' the lllh prelpanlatory 'to starting, Mr G. Fratz captained tie balil ti?l' r lluntyy the visiting team. I'hu lattur, n?lniaug.tlho tos, decided to kick towards tie anot?lrn. end, aid thre gau?e colau ntced. 'T'Lh T;?l. larngatta hoy)a th to work inl eri Cati, andi quickly worked the ball down to the...

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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

GUIVDOJ'RING. ---4- (Frlt(i OUlt OewN COIitEPI'ONDET.) Spring is evidently .lurking round us agaim Tile grass is shooting perceptibly; sBmne varieties of the ahnlond are in blossom; and tie rain, thank goodness, slhows signs at last of giving us a respite. Also, I have seen a solitary aswallow; and, although .we all know that" osne swallow deah not mnlke a surimier,''it nmay be sulli ciont to make a spring. The hItel at Doderang lately iIa the occanlj:lit, n of Mr Jolly (who filled his ':!uveol" enoe!,timno.aince) is-now kept by'.Mlr Mlahirt ?whil airived frbin Bethanga 'a week or two lag!' Doderanso.asliuld be well nUpllihil with "reftre hmentls," with two licrnsed hotuses. Nut ,long. ago it hoasted of thr6o; but tihe third lBoliface, probably finding' that the liquoring-up capacity of the neighborhood was collotd upon to bear in undue sttllin, shook the dusta. f Dederang frot olf his foot, and st(ntglt fresh lilds ill which lo lispeInse the 6uiintitii nobhler. -WYo.nroijust stttli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

:Perrnewalrr,,V right, & , - - Co., Limited ., . I:"? .UB LIC NO IC E.. .iT E Iog to notify that we have:this day DIS1iOShlI of our IBUSINESS at ,,A1'tu("y auit \\Vodonga to I'PERMEWAN, '11RIGI[T, and COMPANY (LIMITED). and have omuch pleasuro in thanking you for the kind.and liberal support ''cedivd by y. for tsot years. C)?lewuan, OWright, and :ompsry,, Linited, are twell establisl,,.,I wi:h branches throtghoamt the coloies, a,dl aoucies it all. -" -parts of the world.,' .Weo can totidently rem:., print l;ith ' ,?onod trust they will ruet ive a i ut?iat:?'ane of y or ...pat'ro g. .... '. U . STANLEY.& MUI1t, Atlbtry., 10th . ay, S.? 7. Itn ro( oaeo iq t'i ,shotlo w h hateJ onu h pleasure in soliciting a continuanco of the support preoioutly,.. neilcrdectd. ti?'.?rasrs Stanle laud Muir andl our patrons may rest Sassutrel of ouir beh t endeavors. PRI~ \VWAN, W lIG("HT, '& COMPANY . (LIMITED). SJ. -YOUN,(, Manager, . . ---- Albury ntu4 Wi nhodoga. JO ~,4: Y W1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. "E. C. EHLLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, EG8 to announce that he is prepared to :ANUFACTURE AVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE tf.. . Ve s& Albnry and Wodema. Charges tly modeatet.. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITE, 1110G BTREET, WODONGA, SBOS to announce that he has opened a STinamith's Shop In the promisea lately weed Tue SmrrWoL OSece. TANKS! TANKS1 TANKS! AR ellew made to order. Baths ! Baths I Baths I Every description of TINWARE eade to order sad kept l stock. Ordere by post punotually attended to. M USIC 1 MUSIC !, MUSIC I Professor L. Iverson (Of the \ ieaen Conservateire of Musio), .Visitt ODONGA en Weduwidays and Satardays., Addree--Ala's Termle Hetel. "Llve, and Let Liva' OHARUE SYMONS HiTAB started the BEST CAB on the line, between Alburyand Wedongs, and will pay every attention to thore who favor him with their patronage. Passenger driven to either town at any hour of the day or night. Post Office Hotel, CAMP 8TiEEX, EEBORWOTR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

Leneva Mutual - Improvement Society. i lT HE next of the series of monthly .? SOC,(ALS will be held in the Athenmuine 6 FRIDAY NIGHT, theo 2nd September. Good local ai'd other talent. £1 Reward. S4TRAYED from Baranduda, sixteen head., of SIIEEP .and two LAMIBS, branded TV (tar brand), and traddle star on forehead. The ,bovo reward for such iafors mlation as will lead to their recovery. WICKIIAMI B gOS., lacendudeý Ten Shilling 'R yard. T OST, a few weeks ago," jaOVERC)OT, . between Murphys "lotel 'and' the IBonegilla Iotel. Finder will receive the above reward by returning same to TlE SCxTINOL OftGle. "BILLIARDS. BY the desireo of, the leading victuallirs of WbdVdldi, I' ti reqiuosted to brlhg forward a FARE\VELLANDICAP for the amusement of. the local..public . On specifiod nights a ;nominal charbo will eo masde, theproceeds to go towards the begs.e fit of the Athenmumnl. 'Nomiatiton.close on Monday, thie 2th instAnt. llandicajý de clared on Wednesday, 31st; acceptancees on Saturday...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 18th AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

II'd ' O(C.1O 42h ND IAH .'d1IllE COUN OIL. TIIunensAY, 18th Aunnu1T. Present-The president (Cr Bliiurrown), and Cre Robl, .Richardson, Mongarn,; Quirk, d* loo flRobinhson, Snmthtb and Maitin. ' 'Thn intiitosoto tihe previous ameeting were , ".r rout)'hid c, ni nc no.. . . E" E d" .. .,- LE(rlr.N ( PI'I"LtDEN'T. i On thCq nitios.of iLr Rlicnhardnlan, seconnded '. t'"by Cr 1 ' Leld, tio ipresident's allowance was •?fistd'ot £50, or tlie full anount allowed by limnitthi. Act. :,.,m n.,Cr' ,obh, mIoved that 'Cr Mongan he 4,l•, presidlent for the connsuing year; seconded;:.hy iC ir, lJRichardson, and carried'upanimounly.; - . ,Cr ihurrowne, in vacating the chair, thanked tim aeguncillors .for the great aseistance they had given hinmduring the :.....yer and paid a high complimeont to the {•(.,.ahility of the exeoutive ollicor of the council, ir , Mr Molyneux. ,,, , Mongao thankedl thle councillors wi,Loarmly for the honor they had conferred upon him, and truatedl that his term inof ., li...

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 25th AUGUST. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M.; H. Street, and H. Harkin, J. P.) WANDERING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

Tlt usUV, Irth ,t siCST. (Before MoeLrs 'IV: II. 'Foster, P.M.; H. Street, anid I. Harkin, J.P.) wAN DEn?tlO. CATTLE. William Ilill was !charged with allowing cattle to.wander itt the street. Mr Hill. stated that he was 00 miles away from home at the time. Find 2s lid. (Mr \VI. Hill, J.P., liero, took hls seat on the bench.) INSULTING BEHAVIOR. Constable Joyce v Reuben Pearce-In sulting behavior. Mr Wilkinson, who ap peared for the defnu'ce asked for, an, ad' Jourumens, as two of his witnesses were unable to attend. Sub-Inspector T1homas, for the police, offered no objection. Case adjourned until 9th ;September. OPLITTleo Sanit. Constable hllit v 'Gustav L.rldner-Strip ping bark without a license. The offenoc was committed at l-ats' Cestle, and defen dant had since discontinued the practice. Fined 5o.'s, Gee. Vining admitted having illegally cut timber on Crown lands. lie had since taken out a license. Filled 5s. DEBT. \igg v Holle, £ s7 4d, goadsl . Defen dat admitted ýhb'l'ebt, bu...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES. Licensed Approved.       James Franks, 16a , Wagra James Gearing, 425a; Yackandandah   David Barns, 425a., Yackandandah     Annie iLgf ntiino, 1OQOa Tallangatta Joseph Stewart to James Campbell, 275a 2r 2Op, Bullioh Johann G. Sommer to P. H. H.. Sommer, 319a 3r 8p, Baranduda Mary Rryan to Patrick Ryan, 238a 2r 2op, Belvoir West   ;lle(t 'La xAa Approved. John Bowran, 679a, Murramurrangbong Albert Soliliak, 23a 1r 11p, Belvoir West   John Toohcy, 235a 1r 18p, Berringa.

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON.— SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON.   SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1887 LAtAon o0NIA VINrCI--labor overcomles all,,olstacles--is evidently .t, triemD' f' ttl.prized by',. tlhose gen?:y vihd are to be' fouindl apparently on every available occasion kicking their heels in the respective ante-rooms of iMr Niumso and Sir HI-.xnvr 'Ati!FS, .wait ing to initerview those Ministers, and endeavoring to have made to order some employment suited to their aristocratic tastes. Time after tind,, sad to relate, the ,trider 'feelings of' the Victorian " uneniployed ": hlavbo'leeer ioundsed by offeri of ?tone-breakihg fratifitlie hard hearted Minister of Public Works; and the representatives of the body in New South Wales, on proffering an humble request for the establishment of soup kitchens, su acttitnlfyl 6?1 ?y the Premier that tie rdlief works will be discontinued, and the "unemployed" proteges of the Government turned out on the cold world to shift for them solves. Seriously, how...

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 August 1887

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   Hving likely returned from the seat of     war, I hassend to place before an anxiously expectant world an account of the great Cudgewa Conflict which took place on the evening of Wednesday, 17th instant. I arrived on the scene early, and was thereby enabled to obtain a full and unin terrupted view of the subsequent pro ceedings. As the time drew near for sounding the charge, the warriors' assem bled on the ground, and drew up in line, there being a large number of spectators present, including many ladies (God bless them.) In fact, the schoolroom was crowded. Chief Skirmisher Bate, of the Light Popgun Brigade, called a parley, for the purpose of proposing the Rev. A. J. Drewett as clhairman, to see fair play. This was objected to by Private Parry, of the Heavy Artillery Neutrals and Central Division of Sharpshooters, on the ground   that Mr Drewett was a directly interestded party. That gentleman, wi...

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CUDGEWA WESLEYAN CHURCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 September 1887

CUDGEWA WFESLEYAN CHURCH. TO TIl.E EDITOR OF TIIE 'ENTINIL. St,--I have beon favored with a copy of your valnablo paper, dated 12th August, containing a" letter on the above subject, siged " Lux." I do not wish to speak of the bitter animosity displayed, which is only aggravated, instead of being hidden by theo vail of shallow wit, or rathor buffoonery, which covers the pitiful composition, and! whlih most have boon patent to the most: superficial of your readers. But I want to reFly to somethingi relatling to myself. "Lx" says, "Indeed their last minister: when taking his farewell, congratulated! himself publicly peon being again removed' into ' civillsed society.'" Now I wish to contradict this, as I did not say it, and I; would appeal to the friends who hoard me deliver moy farewell sermons to confirm this denial. WVhro "Leux" figot such an idea from I cannotsay, but, I think when hewrltes regardless of ths truth, it is proved that he doesso, not for the behonefit of anything or ...

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INTERVIEW WITH AN AGENT OF THE SHEARERS UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 September 1887

INTERVIEW WITH AN AGENT OF THE SHEA RERS' UNION. During the past few days " Mr 0. H. Wilkes, one of the travellig agents for the Shearers' Union, has. been in town (says the WIentworth Adcocate), and we em braced the opportunity of ascertaining from him what was going on at the various stations in this district which he has visited. During the course of the inter view tihe following dialogue took place: "As an old' shearer, now, don't you think that clause of the union agreement requiring the squatter to pay a shearer up in full for all sheep shorn if he discharges him is rather rough on the squatter?" '"No I If a man 'shears his sheep he ought to bo paid for them if the squatter discharges him. There is a clause inm the agreement requiring the man to stay on till the shed is out out." " Yes, that is right enough; but suppose there are two sheds, and one of them is within a week or so of finishing when the other is going to start. The squatterssay that many of the iuen will hegio to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 September 1887

T, .ri-. sL,.ATElR, PRACTICAL W athnmalcer, Jcvweller & Optician :.. ,,, ST b E,ET,: .. All Ihwork execnted proomptly anod guaru!: teed. ,'WAIN AND HYLAND (Late JA..ts o10or.E), 'CO'NNESS STREET, Harveati.g Maichinery Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Combs Forgings (laaraniteed. Combinied Ploughs 'Made for Field or Vineyoard Ploughing, One, two, three, or live furrows ,Two-furrow Vine Ploughs, with Governor Steerage, if roluiroud. ... 0 A R IF IER S, For one or two lorsae. Vignerons dosiringo new styles of implements may bave them made by gitingo deocription or explanation. All sorts of Special Ploughs for Vinoe Culti vation always on hand.. STEEi1L PLOU(GH SHARES--Hirnsly Pattern . IMPROVCD FOREST ORUBBEIRS. WAIN and HIYLAND, wroo aswadOd' 'Certifloates of Merit' for 'Steel Striipeor "Comba, 'S*s of. harr'ows, Single Vile Slot'gh, Soarlfler, Steel Shares, aoon Doiblo furrcrw Tiold . Plogh at the late. Chiltern show,' . SvN., N .-CHARGES MODERATE. i- lfirty and ...

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