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CONCERT AT KIEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

CONCERT AT KIEWA.     Entertainments in aid of charitable insti-   tutions generally have a successaful termina- tion, and the concert in aid of the Ovens District Hospital, on Friday evening last, in the Prince of Wales' Hall, Kiewa, proved no exception to the rule, thanks to the exertions of Messrs J. Roche and H.   Street, J.P., who worked like trojans in bringing the affair to a successful issue, and also to the bond of sympathy which is felt by all towards the noblest of charitable institutions. The hall was comfortably packed, and Mr H. Street, J.P., fulfilled the duties of chairman. Singers came from all parts of the district determined to do   their utmost. And so they did, and the entertanlment was of a most enjoyable nature. Proceedings commenced with an overture by Messrs Brown and Grant (piano), and Mesars Lees (piccolo), Fortescie (violin), and Down (cornet), which was given in good style. Mr J. Moye, of A...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. Mary Nisbet, 380a, Bruarong Martin Hession, 474a, Mullagong Edward Heffernan, 559a, Gundowring Arthur Clingin, 217a, Bruarong Margary Stevens, 765a, Bruarong Wm. R. Robinson, 352a, Bungil Susan Hempenstall, 647a, Burrowye John L. Tindall, 662a, Burrowye Matilda Hore, 860a, Burrowye Margaret Clyde, 855a, Burrowye Mary Cardwcll, 125a, Wagra     Michael Keady, 463a, Koetong     Patrick Connell, 474a, Koetong John R. Whitehead, 606a, Koetong Edward Peters, 224a, Noorongong John Quinlan, 483a, Koetong   James Clark, 321a, Tintaldra H. J. Bowler, 307a, Mitta Miitta Neil C. Stewart, 283a, Wagra   Archibald Paton, 616a, Noorongong   Sidey Bartlett, 370a, Colac Colac Andrew Hickey, 726a, Towong Maggie Caldwell, 833a, Granya Joseph Harper, 400a, Noorongong Angus Scobie, 250a, Wyeeboo Geo. Clyde, 660a, Jingellic   James Campbell, 306a, Wagra Richard Wilson, ...

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

'Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E_ O. ".ELLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, EGS to announce that ho is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Both at Albury and Wodongo. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, . gPLUMB.R it- TINBMITH,-. , 'HIGWHT .'. STREET, " WODONGA;' B EGS to announce that hI has opened a Tinsmith's Shop in the premisea lately used as TIl SKwrr?aeL Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sises made to order. Baths ! Baths I Baths ! Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. M USIC I MUSIC 11' MUSICII Professor L.. Iverson (Of the \ ienna Conservatoire of Music), Viesits iODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. "Live, and Let Live.' CHARLIE SYMONS HAS started the BEST CAB on the line, between Albury and Wudonga, and will pay every attention t to those who favor him with their patronago. Passengers driven to either town at any ...

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

TALLANGfATTA MARifkET. Messrs Chas. L. Griffith and Co. report having held their opening sale in their new yards at Tallangatta on Saturday last, when they yarded about 800 mixed cattle (one or two lots being held back until next sale) to a splendid attendance of graziers from Gippsland, the Upper Murray, and surrounding districts. They sold drafts for Messra G.A.M. Harrison,   John O'Neill, Frank Lucas, M. Haire, John M'Donald, Jas. Bartlett, George Richards, John Toohey, D. Donovan, and others. Three-year-old bullocks to £5 15s; springers, £5 to £6 10s; cows,     with calves at foot, £5 5s to £6 6s; young mixed cattle at full rates, with a strong demand, a complete clearance being effected. Tihe ordinary monthly meeting of the Towong Shire Council, which should have been held on Tuesday last, did not take place owing to there being only four councillors present, a number insufficient to form a quorum. Some important   business ha...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON.— FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 October 1887

E bonga & o ng 6entlind,. Awake I Arise I Or be for ever fallen I •.lMTOr . FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1887. We have to record the death of one of the oldest identities in this district-Mr Thomas Mitchell, of Bringembrong, N.S.W. The deceased gentleman, who was seventy-two years of age at the time of his death, first came to this part of Victoria in 1845, when he took up the Tangambalanga run, which he afterwards sold to the late Mr Thomas Brown at a good figure. He then went to New Zealand, where he purchased 10,000 acres of freehold land, for which he gave £20,000. Remaining there for a short time, he sold out his New Zealand pro- perty, and returned to this colony, after wards becoming the purchaser, for the sum of £60,000, of the Bringembrong station. Some time later on he also became possessed of Indi and Cancobin, both properties being on the New South Wales side, and situated conveniently to Bringembrong. The former property originally belonged to Mr Leslie, now in Melbourne;...

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A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

A CIiRRECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE E.Z5SINELL Stn,-Having read in your TallaIgatta -contemporary that Mr Peter Wright, M.L.A., had brought under thie notice of the Royal Humano Bociety that John Lindley, of Talhuagatta, had saved the life of a girl named Ellen Hiamunil from .drowning two years ago, will you allow' me to give the true version of the affair ? I was in Tallangatla at the time, and on a Sunday inl Septeumber, 1885, two young men, named Beech Lawrence and Walter Tholmpon, took two young women, lnaimed Sarah Madison and Ellen Hauniml, for a row on a lagoon here inl a galvanized iron case. The only thing that could happen did happen-the casu went down and hbft its four occulupnts struggling in the water. Beech Lawrence, with the help of Mr Surveyor Rielly, saved the girl Sarah lMadison, but Ellen HIammnil seized Walter Thompson blly the neck, and was choking him, when o.hn Lindley jumped into the lagoon tc help them, when Miu Hanuoil also seized himl by the nIeck, and the...

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NO MORE HARD TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

No Mo?a ll. II TIMEs.-If you will stop pendi o mucIIIIh (en fine clothes, rich fod,. a ty,le buy gaol. healthy loal, cheaper and hietter clothling; et Ienro real nml substantial things of lifo every way, nod espelcilly step the foolish habit of oimldoylog expenliivo (uailck doctors or using so itchl of the vile ulmclkg medlcino that dotis you only harm, nat lput your trust in that silmlo, inre remedoy, I)r Sinllo's American 1?p Bitters; tlhat cures' always at a trilling clst, and yu wsill sec ~ndl tingqs aptl liVg gnoa healthl, " Chlronioe,"

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 8th OCTOBER. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M., and T. C. Reidy and H. Harkin, J.P.) TRUANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

i? o .oNoA4A POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 8th OouroBR. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M., and T. C. Reldy and H. HIarkin, J.P.) TRUANCY. Fines were inflicted as follows for non compliance with the compulsory clause of the Education Act, there beingl also 2s 6d costa in each cae:-Peter Bonseom, le; Charles Wilson (three cases), be in the first and 2e Od In the second and third; James Williamson (two cames), bI in each; Sarah Babbington (three cases), 5s in the first aed second, and 2s 61 in the third; Robert Bownds (two cases), 2s Od in unach; nlexan der Sangster, 2s 61d. DiST. Peter M'Lean v. Robert Bownds, £11 14. 4d, goods. Defendant, who was at tie Mitta Mitts, was represented by his wife, who admitted the debt, leass 6, which s(he claimed fora conotra, Plaintiff having al. lowed this, an order was maide for £ii 8. 4d, with 5s costs. On the application of plaintiff, immediate execution was granted. Sante v H. Thoo lspou, £15 11e 6d, goods. No appearance of defendant. Order for amount,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

?' rrnewran,, Wright, & :: Co., Limited. PUB' U LIC NOrICE. : 'R beg to notify that we have thils day " V Dil'POSEDi, of our IIU fSINSS ait tlh try and \\odonga to P' R. 111\V;A\., W\t'hil, and CaiiI'ANY (LIMITED). lndi have iauch le.alonure in thanking you for t:e kin alnd liborld support recoived by us af.,r tInily years. I'er eo1unt, Wright, lnd Clompany, f.i'nitcd, are woll eatabfllishali with branches 't!rltrolghoult the ,l:oulice, and agencies in allf •parlo of the world We col ioid etlytl reclUnlllell them, andli trust they will recoiv?e a continuauce of your ;patronage. S'TANLIE, & MUIR. Albhry, 10th .May, 15S;7. Irt reference to the above, we have mlch' "ple:v'mro in soliciting a clttdilall e of thein S?tlwl'rt prcviously 'acennlded to Messrsl Stanlely anld ihtlt, and nor I:Ltrollt Itlmay rus; assu0t5l of our but endeavors. P'ERIMEWAN, .WRIKIIT, & COMPANY (LIMITEI)). dJ. YOUNG, Manager, Albury and Wodonga. JOHN 1WILKINSON, SOLICITOR, S.., of Now Sout...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

Albury and Wodonga Coach Factolry.' '" OF .ALIIUR n AND .,W'l\OD SEG to'annoince t'oat'hd I ?s'pepe ed't pll ' "" ..1.' MANUFACTURE ,"ý ' .': ,bBEVERY DESCRIPTION bfVEH'IOLE, ": Both at Albury'uind Wodongal: ' " lReopairs .ieatly'oxecuted.,", .I..... .r ' i.All work guaranteod.,1. ! (;'.Charges strictly. moderate, ....?. ,t FRIDOLF JOHNSON, , .PLUMBER 8i TINSMITH,' HIGH , STREET, ,;WqODONGA, SDEG8 to announce that ho has :opened .., ,.. Tinsmith's Shop in the premisns ltely usedas Too SENTINEL Oficer i !r ::,, TANKS! ,TANKS! .,TANKS ! All sizes mado to order.,-" :' ; Baths T Baths I"Baths ! Every descriptloin of TINWARE inudo to 'ordoro aid kept in stock.'b°"f e { Orders by pot pulitually attended to'" ;r USIC! j1' l' ! S Professor; L: ',Iverson (Of the Vionna Coneervatoire of MIusic)i, Visits .. ODON" A ' on '; dnL.ad.ays aid A, Addros-Allen's Terminus IIotel. .'.! ,:L ' . L. 'Tiioe" and ILet Live. ,I:iCiHAR LEi SYMO.NS. AI' S"iitirtod th'eBEST CAJB'"A tlhe "line, bot?odii Alburyan...

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BETHANGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 7th OCTOBER. (Before Mr W. H. Foster, P.M., and J. Pooley, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

BETIIANGA POLICE COURT. FmIDAY, 7th Oc?OBERI. (Before aIr U. Ii. Foster, P.M., and J. Poiley, J.P.) Towong Shire Council v A. H. Skog land, rates. Defendant paid the amount, but, refused to pay the 2s id costs. Order for 2s id costs. Towong Shire Council v T. Davies, unregistered dog; 7s Gd paid into court. The P.M. said the clerk should nout have taken the montiy. Fined 5s, lOs costs. Morey v Dr Wanderlich, fraud suml mons. Defendant was ordered to pay 20s per month into court. In default of any payment, the whole of the debt to become due, and in further default fourteen days' imprisonment. ArrFFILITION CASE.-MARY J. JOHNesoN v A. PRIDEAUL. Defendant had boon apprehended un. der warrant, but was out ont bail. On the opening of the case, the prisoner asked for a remand, and in reply to the Bench, said lie had not had time to get his witnesses. The Bench was inclined to go on with the case, and asked plaintiff had she any witnesses but herself She reolied "Scarlett could clear ime i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

N: .1., - ,',, ' - 7 l -hr ýki-e s?l; I , b II, diriig a li1ilU?wairbta4h.I ulylo l? 1'exam, as they liave there a tax on domi, ' llUl'ia|I, t iv lle rs _belW ,gip to oher A Alaihrlintr graoinur ~uI oH, miuii re 1 r ulltly dell d,,d"n'iuislhrlj.'Lasr.11 a :inte t " 'i..? talYiQuestions l!jl r 1 SA2the, sho e psriictaIlhysicias,n ,. Of iinydoaheol;,; olIgtisi the lt, tlhing in thle world 'or quietontig" el allayilg lelln -iervlaus ubiplain?t' glirin'bli'hl like refreah' og oi.g p l s'ros o! ::,".::''"' ''A d the'" ill tell youodihs'witaitligl? .1 caiiiirr aiR'1'n, 10:' A : ,h?'any or all bf the modt enistfent phy; " \Volat is the host nijal nly ;remedy that an bo relledd' iktc cure alli ioi'ds?i 'of I the ':kidneys ,and 'linaorry organlis;I asuch aos lBright's dieasid,"'dai~etes," 'fefttion; or inability to retain tirine,"iid all thb'dibeises, i'and aillnonts'peciliar'td \Vo'niciil'": "' And, they -oill: tcll"'you ?'explicitly ,anml em phatically " "l ocuchii."'' : "' n. ," Ask the s...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

.ALBURY A t KET. ?Rfosml. Chas. L. Griffith :l'nd Co. report holding their usual fortnightly market on \Wedneaday last, when they yarded 700 cattle and 8500 sheep to a large attendance of buyers. Cattlo.-700 yarded, includ ing shout 120 useful to prime beef. Best prime bullocks, £7 10i to £8 10s; odd bIHasts to £10 10s; heat light cows to £5 1i5s; three-year-old hullocks, in for ward condition, to £5 10s; springers, £5 to £5 178a id; young mixed cattle at full rates. They sold drafts for Messrs A. liro, sen., C. S. Byrne, BTo.vn, Harris, Jacob, Mohr, W. Pearson, jun., Cully Bros., Mrs D. Lairs, Mrs Chanm. bhers, John Hare, jun., GC. and R. Double day, Thos. Dalton, Wood, Horwood, J.. T. Martin, Henry Thompson, R. E. Pat terson, Jas. Cleveland. and others. Sheep.-8500 yarded. including a drafteof fat shorn wethers anmd wes, the ro maind er in the wooel and in backwardl con dition. They sohl drafts for Messrs Fraedofelder, Fumephries, and Haley, I also a draft of fat lambs for Mr B., ...

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HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

IIORSE PARADE. -4--t- Messrs Dougharty, Son, and Parker's annual horse parade, held in connecction with their quarterly horse sale, took place yesterday at their yards. There was a noticeable falling off in the number of stallions usually entered In the different classes, while those who were entered were hardly first-class. Mir W. Pearson's Venom was the only entry in the blood stock section, and wasawarded first prize. Three competed for bestdraught stallion, and Mr J. M'Koy took both first and second prizes with Farmer and Star of Hope; Tulloch's Merry Farmer being the other entry. AMr Mk'oy was also to the fore in the pony entire class, and took first prize with Union Jack; M'Farlanu's Enmperor running him closely and taking second money. For coaching stallion, two entries were received, and Thtomas' Why Not had no difliculty in securing first honors, and also a valuable cruet, thel gift of MAr Peter M'Lean. Weight-carry ing hacks were better represented, and the result was that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

JENNHtN'e IUD LI eUIL Il lto nW I)ttlel by the Coplllany' sole Ageont in I.oudlnl to enable them to guarantee its plrity. Every genuine bottle I?ear onl the wrapper the regis?treld trade lmrk, n * Iceberg," eell wells by Clhemistt at In, 2o, col In a0 It in theo moet dlgestible forum of nuoriehnent, 10d 10 nao?ot and frenh that chillrenl take it ntil like it. 1i,4ueiilly recilmenudulll l for nitlig, for IndlIgestlo, for chronic cough, inthna, or hron, hitI. Wholeonlu Ageuts ItOCKli, TOMPI'SIT'T & CO., Mdelbourne. Notice to Contractors. TENDERS for OLEARING Wudnurm RIactcouiiu wvill bo LEFT' OPEN until Wudnclny, lo1th iImtut L. J, JIAMRR!CIK. Hon,. Secriutary. W ANTED good useful -GIRL. Wages, 3s. Cartiers' Arms Hotel, Hume Street, Wodongs.. mEN SHILLINGS REWARD.-Stolen I or strayed from Wodontga, on 28th September, bay HORSE, branded M over C off shoulder. The above reward will be paid on bringing the horse to Tess SENTINEL Office. Board and Residence. (1 O\FOR'I'AIBLE BOARD...

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BURROWYE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

RUR(IIlOWI v- RACE,.. The fnllwiug are the uonlinatiusa fur 'rllE sAPLIe ,ITAICK$. Mr G. COlmau'n b) f, by V ?b--The Belle nMr T. Whitehead's b c, by Dula- Slnowdeu illlre Mr W. Soudes' h f, by Tarezz-Lightliulg M1Ir R. Dourl an Ih g, by King Jaumes Shenandeah fir .Jli \lhitelhe:'s u c, 'by Dtulal- Allphouse mare bMr Jua. Dhhinson's b C, by' The English Mr .J. Ketnuedy' 'b `, by The Be:- Destiny Mr W. It. Robinsol's b f, by Vblo Juliet Mr W. I. Rubiuisun's b g, by Vido Wanlny Bury M1r Alex. Stewart's b f, by Vlolu-Lutty West Mr J. Haastlar's bl f, by Vil:-'l'rue Bluu Mr .lJohn Pierco's br f, by lhmnie Car. liele-Guhuan Mr T. Beckett'e ch e, by Buoniue Carlisle Euclid Iare.

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON.— FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

oio nltga & QoluOllg ?cntiacl Awake I. Arise I Or beo for ever fallein! MILTOS. FRID?AY, OCTOBER 14, 1SS7. No proposal of greater interest to cornm isunities such as ours, which are de pe!nduent upon the agricultural" and pastoral resources of the land and the inducements offered for the remulcnra tive employment of settlers, has been advanced of lnto years than the agita tion for an extensive increase of the tax on fat stock, and the entire aboli tion of the. duty on store cattle. O~wiig to a combination of singularly disadvantageous circumstances, the Victorian farmers and, graziers, whilst admittodly formigi the chief source of the colony'Lnaterial wealth, havdnovcr theless obtained fewer of the benefits of the protective policy of the country than alhiost any other iildustry. The principal causes which lhavo rld to this unldesirable aid lunjust state of a?llirs..arise. from -tleo nature of the farmer's occuitption. Unlike the mer chantile and business man, the exigen cie...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES. -----<>---- LICENSES APPROVED Sarah J. Smith, 20a, Berringa John L. Tindall, 20a, Burrowye John Ley, 20a, Bullioh Mary E. Blanchfield, 20a Tatonga Amy F. Ley, 20a, Tatonga James Sutherland, 20a, Tangambalanga Annie Sutherland, 20a, Tangambalanga   James Sutherland, jun., 13a, Tangam- balanga Thomas Boyes, 270a, Baranduda P. M'Glenchy, 163a, Tangambalanga A. M. Woodside, 596a, Dederang Geo. Reid, 350a, Mullagong Thomas Weldon, 321a, Bruarong John T. Weldon, 130a, Bruarong Stephen Weldon jun., 120a, Bruarong Sidney A. Wilson, 437a, Walwa Henry W. M'llree, 660a, Thowgla Cornelius N. A. Lee, 660a, Yabba Charles Cross, 586a, Noorongong Jas. Shelley, 464a, Berringama Wybert C. Ross, 350a, Towong Mary W. Peters, 478a, Noorongong Wm. Everard, 464a, Walwa Dennis Bowden, 515a, Tintaldra Norman Jarvis, 95a, Wabba S. P. Jessop, 670a, Tawanga Edward B. Williams, 429a, Baranduda. LICENSE REVOKED. Mary Paton, 262a, Yabba

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CORRYONG [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

COrr t YONJ( (reoa OUtRit OWN COtntr.OI?ouN:No.) Friday, 30th ult., will bu ai red-letter day in thie history of the Upper Murrayy, tils beingh tle day tu which .was pel'formed the ceremonuy of laying the first church foundation stone in this district. The event had long been looked forward to by local residents with the greatest interest,. and preparations for thi celebration had been made on a most elaborate scale. The only anxiety was concerning the weather, for, ip you are aware, bothl Jupiter Pluvius and Blreas have been indulginlg in some "*ost outrageotus pranks lately, the ol pouring down floods of the aqueous element, the other blowilig the bellows with unusual and persistont energy, and sendinlg gale after gale whistling and careering among the mountains. Friday, however, was an agreeable exception : Massrs J. P. antl li. stood upon their gold behlaviour, and beautiful weather smiled upon the laying of the foundation stone of the COdgewa Wesleyau Church. CudgewU Valley was...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 6th OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 October 1887

YAOKANDADAI DA Mf IRE COU"V. *-4--~--- ,TluitnsuA', Uth OUcruntn, Present-The president (Cr Monugan), utnd Crs Robb.. Richlardso, Quirk, Ruoinson, Burrows, Martin, Smoith, and Mc'Leod. clt nn PON DEMro N. From the UndeorTreasurer, forwarding subsidaly account. (£2383 ds Od), for cUm pletiou.-Attended to. From Tuthill, Geoglogan, and Perry, solicitors, Beechworth, stating that prier to receiving councils claim for Clelianl's rates the estate was out of their hands and no funds were it their disposal.-Socretary to reply. Front tile secrutury conference of ehires, Traralgon, re £3 to £1 subsidy, forwarding copy of letter received from Mr Harris, M.L.A., and urging that the council should furnish their Parliamentary represeantative with docunments and information to strengthen his position in acting in this all-foportant tatter. Tile letter wan as follows:-"'"There in every probability of strong opposition beinig shown by several members of the Assembly in re certain shires receiving £3...

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