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COURSING AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

i- :'COUISING " 'AT' AI?JtlT(Y.,: On Tu'osdfa a oe ursiilg Iulobtlg,'under the auspices of the Albury Club, was brought off at the Tablutop Estate, which lind Gbon kiindly 'placed at the disposalof thu l"vi]rs of 'th' chase by Mr Jaiices Mitchioll, who, '.with his soi"(Mr' F: Mitchiell)'did uvurythiig in their , phiw.Kto provideu t good da;'a sporit.'Tlio ,day? was beautifully fiiu, a tnd.thoit:,dri 'it iueth paddock,; whlore coursilng ?l( cormeilhced, was rendered oxcuodingly pleasant by the excelloeit conditibii of the 'roid 'andl the goeniicl clieractr' of the weil tlki. "' N;ii inations lhad buon eiuecdi;l fi fr titviliAdi -viz., tihe 'Tlbletulp Cup, for eigit logsd, and the Sapling Stake, fo.'fotir pliUppis. Antother stako was placel ou theu piro grainlne, flr which Untris wAere roceiv able on the groundl, but owing .to the acarcity of areos, it was found impossile to do iuoro than run off the 'two first events. The visitors from Albury wore moet'by the Messrs Mitchell at the g...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

r '0 MlTAN) Tdilr' 1l.AioN AT IH TH I' "t'lli'Ut . ,lh :i' STALLION, 'YOU'NG CAVALIER By . iCAVALIER (i lp.), dlain Mr Henryl Richlarudois well-kn?uwn mare I)ORGA: 'YOUON( CAVALIEfl in a dark brown ~l oresi;st iiadlg. 14) lhoujul high. Ii is sire '(Cavalier wsl gut by that well-known horse 'oung l'Prformer, daimt flis Mason, a .fiavorite thoioughbred hunting mare, which, Jelonaged to the late J.ohn Gordon, Esq., of Ciulny, anI which (ent that gentleman £500. Youngag Periormner was got by Scrivonger, his 'd:u byRetriever, d. by ReGrantriever, gd. by ntd Turk. Suriv'enger was by liambletto liero, dam by plundor, g.d. by Grey Premier, g.g.d. Sharpier, &c. It will thus be seen that Cavalier is of the stoutest blood Scotland' wilu produce. Young Cavalier is a horse ,well calculated to get weight.carrying hacks, Oluuntcre, or stylish carriage h"erss. Cavalier 'was awerdec first prizes at Benalls for three' ,consecutive years, first at Cashbel and. .Alexandra, and h?e never been be...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

"AL.BUI Y ,,1t KJ ?T:. Mesrs OChas. L. Grillith and Co. report hldling their usual. fo b.ight.ly mni kJt on WVedneaday. last, when they yarded 3150 cattle and 2500;ahoep to a tlitstcliseaattuin dance of 'buyoie. Cattl--350' yarided (suom 200 being kept out until our next market) abut half useful to prime heef, anld altluglh the attuldance of buyers was very gkud, riceus? wouinoon the,; wlmle enaior, iu sympathy wjith MAullourlmto umarket.. Best pens bullocks £8 to £8 1 is; others, £0 1io to £7 Is ; forward 31 and 4 year old bullocks to £8. (S; a conluto Guarli~ia?ico 'boing oal'ted d. They';e sld n drafti of bullimks foaf Mi'F. KIask to T£8. averaging £7 14s"'U ;" Mrll diry'StB;or'. light bullocks, nice quality, .to £7 lis5 ;,,IMr :John .FeorgoulS h'll? llnoks,. £0 15s tO £8 15s, Ir. Win. £itmo's hlinhick'o to £7 10s, and drafts for fdseni?C,,' F.' Franuefahldr, I Hiary lI?odgsmii, iand others. Sheep-2500 yarded, including. about 700 fats. ]eat. wetlhure .in tlhe wool :adeo 11e; bus...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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VICTORIAN POST AND TELEGRAPH OFFICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

VICTORIAN. POST ..AND TELK '' '' GRAPHI OFPFIOE. 0' i From the Post Ollice and Telegraph Department report for the plmt year, jIst piblished, 'u oxtractitho follnwfing-ltemo of information relating to oficcs in these districts: - Lettero Telegraph i ',J i I'uste.1 i cassa;, Beaclhworth'' ... 2B0,.>8 "... 981 Barnawartha ... ... 3,760 ..i i.1049' Allen's Flat ... 3011) . - Benatmbra ... ... 700 ... - Bctlt t igi; ,'. .,. 11,] 70 .; , '. I ' Bonogilla ... . U13 . Corrong ... .. 12,290 ... 59, 9: Ountowring" ... ..( f3211 ..., - Kergunyh ... 2488 .. - Kiowa . ;'.. * ... 1 19,9 ... 4 -.. Koototing' .. . . . ."'1046 ... '" ' L nova ... ... l7 ... - Mitt Mlitta ...' ... 8430 ... North narnawartlha.. 74 ... Osborno's Flat... ... . 1281 .. Sandy Creek ,. ' . . 510 ., Snowy Creek.. < '... , 3328 ' .;; Li' Tal arno . ... 9 127 I1'algatta ... ... 20,410 ... 1303 Tallangatta Vally ... 1370 ... Tiltaldra ... ... 1332 ... 421 Towong .... 104 .. - Wodonga ' .... .. .. ,107,113 i. i50...

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

CORR YONG. ·-4---- (rnoY oun OWN COtItiESPONDENTT.) The olcotiln of thlroe members for the district School Board of Advice was held on Monday, 15th inst. Althiugh purely a case of " village politics," 'yet more than ordinary interest was taken inl' the affair, owing to the number of candidates, there being no less than seven, viz.: Mieurs G. Andurson, lughes, ULluph roy's Pateo, Taylor, Tmnlins, and WYatrs. The voting at the different schools ,pro. ceoded steadily during the day,: anid re suited in the return of Messrs J. YWaters, R. Taylor, and J. Paton iti the order naimed. The favored triumvirate are now to public life, bhut they will doubtless do good service on the Board of Advice; and since by latest parliamentary enact ment-or should I rather say contUm. plated enactmentt -such boards are to be endowed with enlarged powers and in creased privileges, it is to be hoped that our now members, in conjunction with their older colleagues, will avail them solves of every facility all...

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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

((FROM OUR OWN COIREslPONDENT.) ;I have been lying torpid for a few weeks ,-'but., the spring sunshine has started me :"ain, and caused meo to take another grip of oneut old frienlld, which is no much more power, f al: than the skewer appertaining to the sons of.Mars, with a view to doing a little ink. . gwaotiig once inore. As far os news goes, :though, I'n' afraid I might with advantage oiput the pen down, and follow the example of . te " musioianer " mentioned in the well knowni stanzai: '' ,Th harp that once thro' Tara's halls ' The soul of music shed, " Now hnigs quito mute on l'ara's walls The lharper's gone to bed I" I?'f, ho?wever, no one will take hli sweetheart on o the bridge (which, hear ii mind, Mr Editor, Is here ready to Ihand for the pur. poseo) and allow her to disappear a nla Laura ,idwaln, rt have twins, or oven get married, with a view to' the latter consunmmation if,- siay, no one will do oitlhor of these three thliga, or any other reasonable action that would b...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL.     TUESDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER.   Present-Cre ilarkin (preeldent);l am brick, llassett, O'Connor, and M'F'arlane. MIINUTE., .The minutes of, Itoperevious meeting were read and conflrmedl. COIlIu:srPONDENCEK From the secretarica to tile Imperal Institute, ;asking tie council to lend assiae taose by obtaining aubscriptions.-No action. Fronm Mr J. Ferguson, M.P., enclosing; colulnnouication fromll the CrownI Law Ollices to the effect that the Minister of' Justico had instructed Mr Maiu to so. arrange business that no inconvenience shall be experienced during his absence in. regard to the isasu of pr'ocea, but should thearrangomente prove defectivein any way,. Mr Cuthbort would be glad to remedy suchI on learning particulars.-Rteceived.. From M:lr J. Smart, cloctoral togistrar,, Yah:kandanlah, acknowledging receipt of the list of ratepayig electore.--Roceived. From the United Shiro of lleechworth,. oequiring if the council hail ...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON.— FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

o bOlltgt & 0oluohtg Cclttitlt. A $ke li Aries i Or be for over fallen! MIuLTO.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, 1887. PonLso opinion is believed to be the great factor of all the Parliamentary doings there are in this colony. All bills are assumed to he fashioned under this inspiration, all Ministerial actions are claimed to be guided by this outside pomwer, and all depart mental proceedings are supposed to be' shaped on the same basis.. This is. the., theory of Y all d emocracies ; 'but it is peculiarly so here, as there is no place in the world where the prin ciples of deloolaincy are so "stoutly affirmed or verbally maintained. But it' is worth while asking the quiestion whether the theory is, after all, carried into practice; because it is really very little use to have democratio institu. tions if they are not carried out both in their spirit and letter. If this be not the case with them, then only a delusidn ii 'nursed, since' for ill 'prac tical purposes, the real gem in the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

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GUILTY OF WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

.OmUrt?,r' WnON.,-?romO people have a fashion of uonfusing'oxcollent remodilo with the large olmsn of in patent medicines," dul in tiip they aro guilty of a wrong, Thlior ar soone ahdvortised remedies folly worth all that ia,nasked of them, and one at least we kn Iow of-1)r Soulo's Americon Hop ]litters. ITho writer hlis had occasion to uso the ]litters i i Just such a ellmat nas 'we have most of thoe yonr in ,Jay City, and has .lwhvay found them to ho firot-class nmn Sroilihblo, doing all that is clntmold for them. "T. ihon"V.

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A MEDICAL CLAIRVOYANT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

A. MJTEDIQAL. LcAIRYOYAlfT. Siiig' Ottollig hin `arrived at Alblry, and ,!pay be consulted attheo cottage ad 'jiiii?ngt tl~.Allbury Club ,hotel. Signori IIg, :a jcedical clairvoyant, is, if we ro. membor rightly,. a .Iungarian, . though generally spoken of las being of Swiss' nationality.:. In a state' of trance he, diagoosos diasons, and while e lihs allo viated muclh luffering -aId' made niany cures; he does not pretend to be able to oure anly 'and ivory diseoaso, but in nant, cases " ha' pronouneoed a 'disonse in oierablo.: That the Signor possesses snino strango6 'mosinori or elo?tric power os or ,:those . who , consult him is evident,, tihough our reason may quarrel with diseases diagnosed by such strange means,. and afterwards further treated with herbal ramodios.

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

, VOIiUNUA d1'ARKCL'1'. -----~ olesrs Dougharty, Son, and Parker- re port h?aving hold their usual fortnightly sale on Monday last, in their yards, Wodongoa, when they sold:--26 prinlo fatbullocks, from near the M\lrrumnbidgeo, at L7 17 ld; Mr Crosstlhwaito's cows, at L ? 17s Od, bullocks £7 12s; Mr Lucas' cows, at LS, bullocks LO 18s; Mr Griac's bullockls, at L6 74d d,l ce?t ?t ~Li; flfr Mefriigan's steeoors, at L 10s, heifori' L3 Gs; l?r Bolyce's stoors, at L4 10s; AIr \Walshb, young cattlo, at quotatiln; M[r O'lNeill's heiferst aL3'. 17s ;.?,4l 'G talli 's .young. catlloi, 12sjtd`,I2 2 0lid?' Mr f Mi Mahuod ?oors.ad heifers, ; nt:.quotatloln;,Mr' 'Biyulr' young"attl~; cL3 5; uld ,evoral otlher Inta for different owners, at a satin 'fadtory prico. Also, .100 shorne norinoh wotheors, for:Mr H. Richardson, of Bar nawarth.: :We .are .lonased tij noto an increasing demand for all classes of stocdk, and we would draw parlicular attention to our sale of store bullocks on Friday noex, 14...

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THE AMALGAMATED MINERS' ASSOCIATION AND THE TRADES UNION ACT 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

THEE ' AMALGAMATED MINERSS ASSOCIATION AND THE TIADES UNION AOf 188I . **. -;--1---- '."At the last confeornce of the A.M.A. at M'aryborough,; a resolution' wahs' iarried a uthorining theo registration of the Ainalga : mated Miners' Association untder the Trades : I''UOnioi Aot 1881. 'The liondligo branch, feel Sing convitced that al?goatol clisilg would .bi needed' in the general laws, than those ccrried' at the confereticed,'ssubmitted a ;,number of questions! to Dr Quick ,for his Soplniodi. They will be foiud in the ao l ''dcompayini4g opinion 'g?iv'll by Dr Quick in "rcsilpomo to a "'lettr' wrilttoen by Mr, P'. 'ýlPillipg he s'ecetii: of the branch, . . DR;,. .DR QUICK'S' bPINION. , 1' ie Trades .Union Act and, the. Aialgan. , ,,ated Milors' Associition.-l. The. princi-' Sipal 'sorce of incoilo o, the A.M.. Is linited .to (a), iontributions of one penny per imonthl for cdh;llifnsancial ,ielaeor of all locial .brinclies; (b) inititioi fees of. sixpencs for ,eaoh member of new, lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

Permewan, V~right, & Co., Limited. PUBLIC NO ICE. ,e lio to notify that we havo this day ' iD[r'IPOSI'E of our BUSINES;S at <Altir anidl Wodou'- to PERMIEIAN, 1'WRIGHIT, anl .COIIPANY (LIMITED). a" a.l hayve manlch pluoasru in thanking you for the lind and libur.rsl support received by us fur "ilny yoars,. Permowanu, Wright, and Company, Llimited, are well estatlished with iranches throughout the colonliu, anlld agenies in all parts of the world \Vo c?n coneidently recommenllOld them, and triat they will receive a continuance of your patrolnage,. STANLEY & MUIR. Alhury, 10th May, 1887, In reference to the ahove, we have much pleasure in soliciting a continhuatnc of the support previously accorded to Messrs Stanley and Muhir, and our patrous alley rest s isulredl of our boet ondoavora. PERMEWVAN, WRIGHIT, & COMPANY (LIMITEI). . J. YOUNO, Manager, Albury anti \Vodongat."'-; JOHN WILKIN SON, SOLICITOR, &c., of Now South Wieos and .Victoria.!, ...

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ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

ST: .LUKE'S J1IUrCO1i, f VODONG~A. Theo anlniversary services in connootion with St. Luke's Cliurch,._ Wodouga, were hold on Sunday la t,' ,whon im pressive surmons e;ire reachod iii tlh'6'orniiug by the Rev. ]F?i'Bvan, B.iLFon ' tlio subject of "Slavery," and iii tlheovesning by the Rev. Canon Acocks. A special feature in last Sunday's services was the introduction ;df anard ilusii(, i wichl, we aro given to understand, will be coitiniued for the future. In the morninig Jackson's f"To Down" was rendered exceedingly well;-and:at the evening service Bridge ;water's "Caitato Domiano," the psalmis beilg chanted at hIb?li iorvices. Thor.anniversary festival" was' further continued on Monday by a tea mnooting and concert, both of which woro well 'attended, considering the: unfavorable state of the weather. An'oxcellent tea was provided by Mr P. O'Connor. After tea, a capital programme was gone through, and was much. appreciated by the audience. Thi Rev. A. J. Drowett, who presided, 'open...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

IWTANTEI), to CORRESPOND with a YV LADY, with a view to matrimony; one that can sing preferred. - A good lomo: John Boydcn, carpenter, Wodonga P.O.' L OST, Gold Swivel LOCKET.. Reward on restoration to stationmaster, Wo. '.0.UNDFOXTERRIER.g Owner can have samno bmoy paying expenses. WV. E. [KIIg? Goods Sheds, Wodonga. . To Let,: " ~HOP, in Sydney 'street,: Wodonga! S .Apply TiE SENTINEI, Office. Notice to Whom it' May Concern. i 'E TON ,if SALT STORED in my store sinceo th Decombor,' 1880, if not removed within sevon days froom date,. wvill be sold to defrayyoxpens,,s. E. T. POWELL. Board and Residence. OMIFOR'TAiBLE BOARD arid' RSI. ., DENCE can now he obtained at Clairemont Villa, opposite \Yealeyan Church, Wodonga. All thoe comforts of home. MRS CHARLES, Propriotress. Public Meeting at. Bethanga. : A 1ETING of Ratpayeors will be hold A in the room used for athenmumn puro. poses at iletlanga, on SATURDAY, 22nd OCTOBER, 1887. ( Business-To comply with the conditions of the Shire Co...

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

COltdRYONf.1 ,-~----- I (OM '011 OW oN COItlten'ONIWENT.) The very many frilends of MIr Johin Whitohlad, of Wabba, were greatly dis trossed to'learn of a serious llislhap that bofel: that go.ltlolian last week. It appears that dir Whitshoad, with otheor, was ullgagod in branding horjse, aid while perflorailg the operationl, with oeio if. thelthe lidtianihl suddenly kicked out and r.ruck MAr Whitehllead a evere blow ill the faeo; so uchll so, tllat one eye was injured and thle artilage oif tho nose .cftplotuly soverod.,,, Sualll pertioua of Jlesle f?u thlu oyoiid aild: "t?io uIj~3 0ere g ytrni wy, and i.m l ,'i:anng fuind w"lla?lft whorhe lo suverance of lto1 nasal catrtilago was mntdo. Tile injured gentle ean, 'who ?as blooding colpiously, ;but strange to say loverr entirely lost con sciosuless, wasoL at once riemloved to the house,' and everytling; ldone to 'alleviate his pain until the arrival of Dr Broumna .from Corryolg, who was sent for.. The gentloih?u iimmediately took the no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

•"i, jiihnitic illg e iuBpciiatuls, Wilt.Hotill ladl the diiihitte nait Peis in milnd; .lhst ilie livef * :ily were eldatiered by. tlhe ' -scuTeit~ee " ".,i . : '.? .,·. :,huants a nlihlter 103 years old. Hiu Itireiemin Ier's havin: il euIt a tlenll office towel when hou Ul ait by. The hotel lay be ot?nsidered the grealItest iln-ctllveiellee. S MailtnHai," said i little lptptlwn thought. fat, "will ytu lecorate lly grave whten I sn dlald 'I" "I hiope I shall ut have tol, any child. I tmuld rather you wouli lliv itI deenrato minel." " Sil hld1," evns the illlnlceeltlunt frank reply. Vita! Quentione II 1 Ask the n ?It rlinvi' PLrjidrutl Of any Rchool, what in the best tl in' in' S the world for quieting and alalillg all lrri' tinn of the nerves, and curing all: terms of .nervous com'plainets, iliving childlike refrcsh A.i they v:il to u yilou lllsitntingly • Sani?,i?:o m ofi Hops! .' " .·,, .: . . a.rIAPI.ERI. Ask ainy or l it the most tlliinent ph.v 1" What in the best and only remed...

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ALBURY CIRCUIT COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 3. (Before his Honor Sir George Innes, and Juries of Twelve.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

.ALUIURY CIRCUIT COURT. MONDAY,. OcTonn 3. (Before his Hlonor Sir George Inune, and Juries of Twolve.) Judge's Associate: lirE. U. Long Innes. Crown Prosecutor: JIr W. II. Coffoy. UNLAWFULLY WYOUVININO. James O'Brion, an olderly man, was plhiced in the dockc on a charge of unlaw fully wounding, to wlich ho pleaded Guilty. The facts of the case are, briefolly, that on the night of thUe othl Ily last Constable G(rilliths was standling at Dully'scornor, when he noticed O'llrion leaning against a verandah post in front of BIrs Cans'a stolre. Just then two, young men, Jolhn Anthony \Vlls and Gon. Do Abel, canti but of Fraiu.nfuldor's hotel, and as they approached O'Blrieo they wore heard to say "(Gold night, ohl follow." As they made the remark O'Brion, who was slightly under the influence of drink, rushed at Do Abel ivith a knifo'ln fhis hand, saying at tile saine' time, "You----,1'll take your - -lives." O'Brien struck Do Abol with the knifo, and he then rushed at \Vells, stabbing him ...

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BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

BETIt[A.?CA BRANChr A.M.A. .At the usual nmonthly coimittoo meeting, held on Wednesday, the 28th ult., theor were presoent--Mesrs 'Pearce (vice-presl. dent), in the chair; Rule, Barnett, Davies, Joa. Dower, Hall, Fillipini, and the scero tary. COiRSv.P~'oNODsNCE. -.From Member II. Ashford, itating that, owing to his leaving lBothanga, he was.compellce to tender his resignation as treasurir 'to the branch, but, hle would still retain his memborship to the sament, anal hoe ineoorely wished the branch every. success-From ..\V., G. Spence'' stating that thi ollcdre of the A.M.A. hadl attended a conference on "The Chinese Question"' oni -Monday last, in Moelbourne, and resolutions,:wor adopted anid tIid bfodre th '.Prirnior, who favorably received the deputation, Mr Gillies inform ing them that united action was being taken by the Governments of the various colonies with r. iow of proventing any further inflx of Chinese. Tile Premieor assured them that. he would carry out the spirit of t...

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