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"JOHN BULL" AND "STRINGYBARK JOE" AGAIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 January 1886

!'JOHN IUILL" AND "STRINGY "BARK JOE " AGAIN. TO TnM EDITOr 0P' T5E SETIJEl.. Sirs,-In his last, of the 12th inltant, JulJohn hull " fails to see the "forest, too miany stringybarks hiding it from his view. "John Bull" says:-" Reviewing fStrin ylbark Joe's' prophecy, where he so glibly predicts England's erasement, a ;iscolmfiture of the British army, revolt in India, is not all this ridiculous, Sir, in the face of the fact that the independent rulers bf India came forward with the sifer of tons of thousands of soldiers a few weeks gg, Ceoltral Asia protecting india from Russia ?" Now, Sir, I deny having predicted eraseomolt, J only spoke of the nroeability of Jfgssian victory. This Ptatsinent is fully corroboeated by journals on the Continent. Revolts are nothing pew in India, and are always dreaded. Ituqgitr success would cause a feeling of Insecurity throughout India; and what foments a rebellhon more tllan that ? In that case, those independenlt rulers would p Lgst pIrobably joi...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 January 1886

THE WODON?A AND TOWONG SENTINEL, PULISIE:' EVERY FRIDAL Y wODONcA, ISubscription, 6U per quarter; £I per anciunr Advertisements.--3 per inch; three lines' ]I. Special rates for qcmarterly,.hallf.yarly' and yearly dvertisemneits, - EVERY DE.SCRIPTION. OF PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB PRINTING E]XECUTED VWIThI NEATNESS AND DESPATCH. The followiag AGENTS have bent ap pointed for the 1W'odc:gaand ''owongS entlil, and are authorted.l to receive subseriptions" and adrvetieMnvento, and all orders for job printing:- Albury-Mr C. Hunter BarandwJe"-Mr J. M. Wallace l3ethange.-Mr R. D. Cole :.Corrybg-- Mr J. F. Griffin Cuadgcwa-Mirs Eade :Cudgeo':v District-Mr Dobinson, Pine-. ruount - aolerang-Mr Oliver +Oranya--Mr Rousseau Leneva-MrL.E-Manns Snowy Creek--Mr Kingston Tallangatta-fr W. I. PRoper - Melbourne-Gordon and Ootch. PERM 4NENT ENL.RGEMTNT UP- THI iWODONO.4 c& TO WONG SENTINEL. M\l1ORTANT ,NOTICE TO, ADVER 'TISERS, SUBSCRIBERS, AND OTHERS. 'The proprietors, gratified at the success ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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PRESENTATION TO MR R. SHEKLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 January 1886

PRESENTATION' TO MR R.     SIIEKLETON. 'For the purpose of showing the respect and esteem in :which-Mr R. Shekleton, who has officiated as minister of St. Luke's Church of England, Wodonga, during the past two years, and who has been ordered to take charge of Cranbourne, Gippsland, a meeting of the members of the church and representatives of other denomina tions took place at St. Luke's Church on Wednesday evening, when Mr Shekleton was presented with a purse of sovereigns. Mr P. M'Lean occupied the chair, and there was a fair attendance. After hymn 259 (Sankey's), "Will you mooinset e at the fountain,' and prayer by tihe Rev. F. J. Rowlands, Mr M'Loan rose, and said lie had a very pleasing duty to perform. He had great pleasure in expressing his apprecia. tion of the general qualities and abilities of Mr Shekleton as a spiritual instructor and ais a warm friend. He would take the opportunity of saying that the church committee were not to blame in the mat...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !" SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 January 1886

"Awako Arise I Or be for over fallen !" -MrIrLTOu. Sn94TU DAY JANJUA Y ]' , 188. STvonINo on thlr.tlroshold of aI now ycart it is. but natural to cast wi'etro-' spective glanco upon the evenits of 1885,' tidl to look forward prospectively to the year now drawing ilpon' us.' The past we know, but the future is inscru table. When the curtain falls on 1886, it iiay prove to be bright hbid ivinSome, or itnmeay be so hideous that we shall thank Providence it was not preuma turely revealed to us. Speaking locally, the year which has just closed has been a most, important one. The cattle sales, which have done so much in bringiung our district into proeminence, were properly eitablished about twelve months ago, and they have flourished ever since. These sales have done asn incalculable amount of good to the district. Every week or fortnight they. attract buyers from all quarters of the colony to our midst, and the Wodonga market is now almost as well-known and recognised in Queens land as ...

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YACKANDANDAH ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 January 1886

YACKANDANDAH ANNUAL RACES.     On Saturday the annual race meeting took place on the racecourse, and was well attended. The arrangements of the stewards were in every way most satisfac- tory. The booths, under the able management of Mr P. Kenney, were well provided with everytliing to satisfy the inner man, and most admirably con- ducted. The gay dresses of the ladies on the stand and on the green rendered the   scene quite enchanting, and what added greatly to the pleasure of the visitors was the excellent music played by Mr Helm's band. The following programme was gone through, the racing on the whole being good: MAIDEbN PLATE. Mr A. Thornley's First Love, 8st 11lb 1 Mr W. Goodyer's Shoo Fly, 9st ... 2 Mr Ford's Merry Xmas, 8st 11lb ... 3 This was a good race till coming to the straight, when First Love shot ahead, and was an easy winner by two lengths.   YACKANANDANDAH HANDICAP. Mr M'Grath's Songster, 8st 71b ... 1 Mr Murphy's P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 January 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, JIollo STnrEI , W ODONr., Wholesale and Retail It U T .C UU ' R. The oldeat-catablisnhed Butchery in Wodouga. Al MEATS' of BEST -QUALITY Always.on hand.. Small Goods of every description. HIDES ind SKINS PUJOCIIASED,. N O T,-I C E. A, FULLARTON Is a C A S" H BU Y E R Of all kinds of LOCAL PRODUCE, Including WOOL, TALLOW, HIDES, SKINS, &o. Orders from squatters, farmers, and others in the Upper Murray will receive prompt attention. No connection with any store in Wodonga.. A. FULLARTON, WODONOA. JAMES GRANT, FARRIER AND GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA. A LL KINDS of TURNING done on the premises, and repairs eflected isi a workmanlike style. G ENERAL BLACKSMITH AND FARRIER, Elgin street (near railway crossing), Wododga. J. LAMBOURN Begs to thank his numerous customers for past favors, and hopes to still merit a continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. HORSESHOEING A" SPECIALITY. Why? Because they are shod according to art and suitable to natnoe. COMMERCIAL·I HOTE...

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THE OVENS ELECTION. MR. TUTHILL AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

.TIHE OVENS, ELECTION. .MR TUTHIIILL AT } 'ODONGA, sMr F. H. Tuthill, one of the candidates for the representation of the Ovens in the Legi-lative Assembly created by the elevation to the Supreme Court Bench of the Hon. G. B. Korferd, aldressed about 100 electors on Thursday night, in the Prince of Wales' Hall. Mr W. L. Forrier, J.P., was votedlto the chair, on the motion of Mr W. Hill, and suitably introduced the candidate as a young man with a career of usefulness before lim. Mr Tuthill, who, on rising to speak, was warmly received, said he regretted havinig to mset the electors at such short net'ce; but the unforeseen circumstances arising from Mr Kerferd's elevation had allowed hint no alternative. No matter what trouble it might occasion him, lie felt that it was his bounden duty to come before tihe electors, and tell themo who and what he was. When the time came for the general election, he would go further into details on the leadin?g ques tions in the political platform. Tie...

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SPORTS AT TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

10?PORTS AT .TALLA2TGATTA. Tih annual athletio sports at Tellan gatta, held on theo old reserve near the town, came o ofon New Year's Day, and proved most successful. The weather was fine until late in the afternoon, at which stage a blinding dust-storm came whirlingn ll over the ground, driving the pleasuro-seekers to different places of refuge. On the whole, the ?'hir was well carried out; but we might tggost to the commnittee that a little ro pub licity would have done the Aports no harmn, The starter was Mr Allwood, the judge wa? Mr Thwaitos, and the clerk of course was.MIr T. J. Murray. a The silver. pup presented by Mr A; A. Billson wvas won by 3Ir J.. arkeek, of the Upper Murray, and it i . a very chaste: and. finely-.xecutoed piepo of workmanship, being addrned with appropriate carvings. The principal ovehit of'the day was car ried off ly Thomas, a Mlaryborough run ner; Leo, a local "pod.," ahlig second, and Jones, from Kieaa, third. The fol lowing is an epitome of the vario...

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SPECIAL MEETING. MAKING A RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

SPECIAL MEETING. MAI5to A IRATE. In pursuance of notice of motion given at last Imooting, Cr Mongan. moved that to raise the required sum of L1030 18s this council make and levy a general rate of is in the £ on the net annual value of rateablo property situated within the shire of Yackanndalah for the period commencing the 10th September, 1885, and ending the Oth September, 1880, and that the said rato be collected in one moiety, or portion, and be due, and pay able on and after 'Jtl January, 1880I. Secondeld by Cr Ronan, and carried. The council then adjourned. It is stated that some of tihe Edison in candescent lamps in the Theatre Ioyal, MasIuchester,havo been in constant usoover two and a half years, which gives a life of over five thousand heourr.

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ATHLETIC SPORTS AT BETHANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

A TILETIC SPOIRTS AT .BE TIITANGA. Now Year's Day was well spent in Bothanga, the annual sports drawing together a large crowd, including a great number of visitors. Thoe diffeoront events were well contestod, and overything went off in perfooct harmony, the committoo being the only ones that had no holiday; but they had tho satisfaction of seooing theoir labors brought to such success, that on balancing accounts shortly afterwards, they found themselves with a balance of nearly £4 in hand. Thirty shillings of this was handed to the band fund, and the balance is to be placeod to the credit of the annual sports. Mr Power noted as secretary, and to him is dud the principal credit for the success of the day, he being overywhoro at hand, and untiring in hiis efforts to please. MIr Kovan mado a good starteor, with Mr Rowloy as jdgeo. The ball in the evening was also well attonded, over fifty couples being pro sent; all of whomnl appeaonred to thoroughly onjoy theomselves; and the musio o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, IICair S?InEE.T, 1W\'o?Oc.,, Wholesale and Retail B U T C I.lE L R. The 'oldcesttablislicdie Butchery in Wrodoiga,. Al MEATS ,of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Small Goods of every description. HIDES ?ad SKINS PURCIhASED, N O.,T. '0 IE. A. FULLARTON Is a CAS H: B U"YE R ' Of all kinds of' ' LOCAL .PRODUOE, ' Including.. . WOOL, TALLOW, HIDES, SKINS, &c. Orders from squiatters, farmers, -and others in the Upper Murray will receive prompt attention,. No connection with any store in Wodonga. A, FULLARTO N," - WonsoNeA. , JAMES GRANT, FARRIER. AND GENERAL SMITII TALLANGA'TTA, A LL KINDS of TURNING done' oi the premises, and repairs effected iii a workmanlike style, ENERAL BLACKSMITH AND. FARRIER, Elgin stret (near railwaycrossing), Wododga., J. LAMIBOURN Begs to thank his unumerous customers for past favors, and hopes to still merit. a collntinuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. HORSESHOEING A SPECIALITY. Why ? Decause they are -shod acording to art and suitable...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

COMMERCIAL STORE, WODONUA. Michael Cronin, WINE AND SPIRIT M1ERICIIANT, O IOCERY, JDRAPIERY, lIRONMONOEIIRY, IBOOTS, and' 1ARM? PRODUCE. A Large Assortment of WINES AND SPIRITS Arwaya on haInd. Dunville's Whisky, llenunessy' Brandy, JDKZ Gin, Bl?ahnoral Whisky, Jaamieson's do. American lop Bitters, V olf's Schnapps. Eveeyslhing at the Lowest P'ossible Rates. W. H. ROPER, Jun., O'ENERAL .STOREKEEPER, TALItANOA'I?TA. sELLS everything at lowest Melbournc }.. prices. Br' CO.ME AND SEE TIHE G RiIEAT BARGAINS DRA PERY, MEN'S CLOTHING VElRY CHEAP. MEN'S wholo SUITS (good Tweed), for 36s. MIEN'S TRIOUSERIS and VESTS (worth 17s Id). for l s Gd. Men's Trouser andil Vets (worth -as 0d), for J3s d.1, BOY'S whole SUITS (worth -27s Gd), for 17s Gd. MEN'S I'rench Pocket Fell HATS (wort 8s hid), for 'Is idu Men's French Pocket P'olt flats, bost (worth 10s (id), for (i ld. 1MEN'S \\'ORKINt SHIIIIRTS, fronm I ld cach. I'OWELS, ltd pnd nd each, worth twice as much. t \\IIITE Hloueycomb QUILTS (largo s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

XTANTEDU to PURCHASE, aboeit 40 bags. of BROWN OATS. State price. T. H. Edwards, Wodonga. W ANTED, experienced HOUSE KEEPER, thirty to thirty-fivo years of age. Must have good references. T. H. Edwards, cab proprietor, Wodonga. ONE POUND REWARD.--LOST, at Sandy Crook, a gentleman's gold LOCKET, bearing inscription "Presented to J---- R--," &c. Above reward from Constable Jones, Kiewa, or at Tnie SENTINEL Office. F OR SALE (private), a PADDOCK, con S takainlg 152 acres of land, situated within one mile and dahalf of Wodonga, fit for grazing and agricultsre combined. For full particulars apply to JOHN WOODLAND, Wodonga. Shire of Wodonga. A PPLICATIONS will be received until ten o'clock a.m. of Tuesday, the 10th instant, from persons willing to perform the duties of LAMIILIUII'TEI. Speciications of duties can be seen at the shire office. Applicants to state what remr.uneration they imay require. By order of the Council, JOHN WOODLAND, Shire Secretary. Shire-office, Wodonga, 8th...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 4th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

TOJVWONIG j11111 UCOUNCIL. TUesDAY, 4th JANUAnu . Present-Ors Paton (president),Dyring, Ca:keek, Scarlett, Larsen, Robinson; and Thomson. MIuNUTES. The minutes of the previous' meeting. wore read and confirmed. " COIRRESPOxDENCE. From Department of Lands and survey, through MIr P. B. Wallace, M.L:A., stating that it had been the rule for years, and was now, to charge .local bodies, or peisoons directly interested, with the ex pense. of surveying reserves granted for purely local purposes, and that there ap. peared to be no reason in the case of the Bethanga racecourse for setting iside such a salutary rslo.-Received; Cr Scarlott ro- . marking "A very bad role, andi it ought to be knocked on the head." From the District Survey Office, Beech worth, informing the council that the survey of a hall site and recreation reserve at Walwa had not been effected, pending payment of survey fees, and asking what action was being taken with regard to the . matter.-The secretary remarked that neit...

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THE GOVERNOR'S TRIP TO BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

. THE 00 ORIt YO'i s TRIP 2'0 " . ... if o ? . ..l.la Sir Henry Loch, Lady Loch and fgmily visited Boechwortlh on last Tuesday' week, and amongatftli surrounding places of interest to which the vice-regal party wont slght-seeing, Mount Stanley was it clilddd,- Afteor the lncheon at the foot of the moimunt, several toasts wore proposed, one being the health of his Honor hMr Justice 1Korferd. Mr Korferd, who was received with great applause from the company present, said he need not toll them how gratilied he was at the kindly mannelo in which they had drunk his healthh. Ho lad had the honor of ap pearing before tho eleotors of heo Ovens many times, and during a great number of years, but on this occasion he appeared before them to say farowell. It was an occasion which marked the coiclusion'of his career as a public man in tie colony. It was now over 31 years since le firstbe came interested in public matters in Victoria, and for 10 years lhe took an active interest in local affairs....

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[?]NDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

.1NDA N AII I S IRE CO UN. CIL. The: rogulhu niontldy mbqtiigý of this liady w ,ieho?' . on Thuidn fII lt iio:?dl? uli.t; .hthe Iu ini.' presoit.-Ci QuIrk I(pIi ailnt), llluipp, Jessp, M.:'LCod, :enlin, llab , il , a . n. . ;'JliT ill~iecs 'of the- prcviouti mating Worl'Pyead RI id coillTCled. - , CW.ORR e.DaNCE. hFroni Dyan id 'JTaylor, ll'looenga and .9'oloaly ,$rntirel, solicitingla !lare of the council'ai iatlrolnago.--ranted, on the noition of- thae Ipr.nidut, soconded by Cr' ol'ngan. From.Billy AIh Tin, Lockllart's Crack complaining that lie had boon put to a great deal of trouble over his lul, luhay. ing had to remove his fence by order of the council's late engineer.-No action. From gthe Misses Mumnlery, Bow nian's Forest, protesting against buing called upon to pay rates for their seulec tions at Druarong, as no fencing had yet becn done.-No action. Froml the Govornmneinstatist, aplplying for certaiu information,.-Attended to. Frlom the Publio \ norks Department, inviting a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

HF W.VZDOiN'GA AND S"rWONG SEN rINEL. 1U ,,tISTIED EVERY FRIDAY AT WODONGA. ibscription, Os per qusrtir; £1 per annum ,dv.ertiwnent9.-3s p-r inch; three lines Specidl rtes for quarterly, hji;3yearly, jd y~ rly apdvertiscirnnte. IVERY DESCRIPTION OF PLAIN .NI ORINAMENTAL .J011 PRINTINGC oXIntTED fdr THI' NEATNESS ' AND The following AOENT: have been ap. ?ointed dr the I|'odnu/c Lerda'l n ? 8ehtif., Iind are authoriscd to receive iubtcriptionl t.nd adlveri' en ieuts, tad all ordeis for'jub i Albur) --Mr 0. Hlnter Baranduda-Mr J. : Wallace bCitnianga Mir. D. Cole Corr~o.ng-- J:'F. Griflin Cudewa District --Mr Dobinson, Pine. 4 in.ti . . . . . . Dideerang--Mr Oliver tr.ati ?i-Mr 'Roi?ssean Lencva--Mr E. Mlinna .Sno'wy Crek" llrlitgrteq '" Tall ngata- MrY. It Irl.cr Melliounio--Gordoh arid Goath. PERMANENT ENmLARGEM.ENT VODONGA & TOIVOVSG SENTINEL. IMPORTANT. NOTIGE TO ADVER: TISERS, ` SUBSCRIBERS; AND OTIIERS. '" 7'he proprietors, gratified at the success which has attended thei...

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Wodonga & Domong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!"—MILTON. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

.Awake I Arise I Or be for ever fallen!" --ý,fLTON. ,SATURDA?Y, JANUARY 5, 1s86. I No deputation ever appeared before a Minister' with a, stronger case than that ' hhcii can be made out by the de puttation from the Wodolong Shire Council' whiell ill interview the Cohmmissioneer of Ptiblic' Works in a few 'days with the object of obtaining a special grant for the repair of the Wodonga to Albury road. When the mistake of takingover theroad wasmiade )J the council,'it vas upon the assump tion that as soon as the connecting link between the two colonies was formned, the traffic upon tile road would lie in finitesimal. This assumption, however, proved to be a huge error. Instead if the traffic diminishing, it has been just the other way ever since, and, witll the wool which is brought over tile border, it has actually in creased. Small wonder, then, with the limited funds at the disposal of the council,that the bridges have fallen into a lamentable condition. The bridges are at present m...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

ALBUIY MALR KET. Messrs COhas. L. Grillith and Co. re" port.ao follows:-\\'e.held our usual fort nightly sale at our Albury yards on Wed nesday last, at which the attendance was good,'and prices for all classes of stock satisfactory to vendors. Cattle-350 yardod, rather oveir one-third of which ,consisted of boof, very light, and inferior. Bost bullocks in sold to £7 10s, best cows to £G 10s(tho market on the whole showing anadva ice on previous sale);store bullocks, in fresh condition to £6, cows- to £4 5s; young cattle at full rates. We sold drafts for lessrs J. W. MI'Kellar, John DM'Donald, J. J. Hero, John 3M'Intyre, lMartin Seymour, Duncan and Otto, Thos. Curley, A. Hore, jun., Mrs Gain, Peter Ortlipp, Mrs Mahor, George Lonnie, Jas. Soynmour, Jas. M3'Lonnan, T. II. Mate; Jas.. Holahan, Thos. Miles, H. J. Parnell, Win. Jackson, Jas. Kelly, and others at above quotations. Sheep-2000 yarded, consisting mostly of inferior quality and stores. Best wethers to 7s (a few to 0s 3d); owe...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 January 1886

GAZETTE NOTICES. Applications for Grants Approved John Lewis, Wodonga. Applications for Licenses Approved Edward M'Grath, Tangambalanga; Phillip Connell. Yackandandah; Ellen Briddon, Tangambalanga; Mary Maher, Berringa. Applications for Leases Approved- John L. Stanton and Geo. J. Woollett; executors of Thos. Woollett, Norong; Wm. Berry, Wodonga; Win. M'Vean,   Towong; Wm, Carkeek, Bullioh.

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