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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

NOTIOE,. - R. . l{UNTE4, Iroinmob'r, Dean ' street, !his bedu appoited AGENT fo LH'S S;N?N'I\NSL at Albury, and is Sut'inris,,d to receoiv Subs criptions, Adver tie ineiats, ai,:l orde.r for Job Printing on behali of this journal. rIYAN & T.1YLOr, P'roprietors. -pERMANENT ENhAROIEMENT WODON1A &L TOWONG ESENTINEL. IMPORTANT NO ?M CE OIO ADVDBR? -.TISERS, SUBSCRIBERS, AND OTHERS. The proprietors, gratified at the success which li attonded their-6fforts to produce a firstolass weekly Inewpaper in deetieoe of WVodongsaand "Upper ?itiiray interests on the Vidtorian side of thei border, have imuch pleasure in InuoLencing. that they have arranged to pullish - THE, WEEKLY TIMES Every Saturday, as a suipplement to Tn SENTINEL. In additioii.to the local. and district news contained' li TL= SENTINEL, Cattle Market. Reports, Commercial, IrriU gation, the latest Europlan and Interco lonial Telcgramns, Pa 'lia',eeiary Debates, &e., will be special features of the ,Supple. ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

" JOHN G. WIGG, 1hosI STRerT, WonoSGA,. Wholesale and Retail B U .T 0 H-E. R. The oldest-establishced -Butchery in Wodong?. Al MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on halnd. Small Goods of every description. HIDES and: SKINS PURCHASED. N O T I C E. A. FULLARTON Is a C A S H B U Y E R Of all kinds of LOCAL" PRODUCE, Including WOOL, TALLOW, HIDES, SKINS, &c. Orders from squatters, farmers, and others in the Upper Murray will recelve prompt attention. No connection with any store in Wodonga. A. F-ULLARTO-N, JAMES GRANT, lARRIER ANDJ GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA. A LL KINDS of TURNING done on the . premises, and repairs effected in a worknmanlike style. ENERAL BLACKSMITH AND ENERAL FARRIER, ' Elgiii 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. IIORSESHOEING A SPECIALITY. Why? Because they are shod according to art and Ssuitable to nat Ire. COMMERCIAL HOTE...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

GAZETTE NOT'IGES. License Cancollod.-E. A. Armstrong, la, Til.tLdra: ;I Leases Approvod.-Josephi Dobinson, 119a 2r 109p, Cudgowa; HenryScales, 3108 Or 18p, Belga; Mario Heyonga, 188a Or 7p 'lowong; Afnes Ivors. 105a Or 12p,IKer gmuyah; Agnes Ivers, 75a, Or 3Gp Ker. ennyalh; Malcolm Morrison, 4Ga 2r 32H, Wormatong; William COlugh, 11a 3rr 21p Talgano.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

O NE POUND REWARD.-STRAYED, from \Wodouga, ono Iwo-yea .old blaik FILLY, branded CQ near shdulder, two hind feet white; also,-two yearlings, one bay, white star on forehead and two hind foot white, the other is bay. Bred on Folltimber Creek. A FREE BALL anl. SUPPER will :lho Sgiven by Mr M'Callun; prior to his leaving the district, at the Redbanlk Hotel, Jingallic, on the 27th instant. Shire of Yaokandvndanh. STENDERS, SDDRESSED to tho President, will be A. recoived until ton o'clock on Thurs day, the 28th day. of Janunry,1886, for the undoribentioned WORKS: For lhnd-railing two bridges ab Long. Swamnp ' . Fbr. ide .cutting, &c.,- at. Johnson's , Point, Kirgunyah .. For 'cutting and filling at Kineling , ton's, Doderang road For cutting and filling oppoaito Jos sop's, Didorang roa. - For lilvert in llonry's lano; Tan gaminbalaiig For culvort near RoImn's, Doderbhg For bridge, &o., oar. Nihols' Gap ::F lpt , - . , .. For forming 'on 'the Baniiiwartha .road. - 7 Plans ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

COi\.1MERCIATL STORE, ]ijfcl iael Croni nll, IVINF' A \TJ SPLI1[ MFIiictxfA'1' (IROC!itRV, 1)RAL'R V, LRUNMION(;I:ItY, .13001'S, nod FARIM PRODIUCE. A .Dirge Assortmteit of ' 'lN* A1ND f'IR1 h AlwaysJ~ on hauul, Dun'·;ilro's !Ti!ty, ' w 1fennezoy's ran[ody, Ilahnoi~l 111 ibk8i k : Jaiuiooon'a Ido. Ameicalon Hop Bitters, ',t\olf'u tchoaps. Everything it the 'Lownet P'ossible IMatc. :: DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. - G.' LEIGHT ON,., (Late A. Fullarton and Co.) FAMILY GROCERS, IRONMONGERS, DRAPERS, and GALVANISED: IRON and WIRE MERCHANTS. G. L. Begs to infoi'm the inhabitants of Wodonga and surrounding district that waving taken the above 'business he is prepared two supply everything in the above lines at actual town prices: The TEAS supplied are Specially Selected, and the .Whole of tahe Groceries are of the Best SWell-known Brands. LARGE STOCK OF' READY-MADE CLOTHING TO BE SACRIFICED. GENT'S CLOTHI[NG MADE TO MEASURE, LARGE STOCK O.F PATTERNS TO CHOSE FROM ;. LARGE STOCK OF NEW SEASO...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, 19th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL.   TUESDAY, 19th JANUARY.   Present-President Newna, and Crs Bambrick, Street, and Dibley. MINUTES. The minutes of the ordinary and special meetings were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.   From Henry Barber, asking permission to have water laid on to his property in Hume street, - No action. From Government Statist, acknowledg   ing rreceipt Annual statistical returns of the shire of Wodonga for the financial year 1885.-Received. From W. B. Montfort, inspector of police, asking council to extend the main water pipe from its present terminus in High street for a distance of two chains in the direction of the police barracks, so that the water could be laid on to the police station.-Held over. From Department of Lands and Survey, stating that the names of the trustees of the Presbyterian Church land at Wo donga are Messrs - W c Macfarlane,   Robert Craig, and Alexander Gellatly. Received. Frosm U...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE TINTALDRA BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

THE TINTALDRA BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- Your correspondent " Ocnus " may be fairly said to have ''scored one" as   regards Mr Paton's awaking interest in the Tintaldra bridge, but I fear no less selfish motive is influencing him as to the Towong crossing. There can be no doubt that Tintaldra is the most central and best adapted place for a bridge as well as for a village in that district. That it is necessary to have a town at a bridge or crossing at all I don't see, but it is very necessary that the crossing should be central in a district. If Corryong and Towong were the "ultima thule" of the Upper Murray, then a bridge there would   be the right thing ; but when they are the very outside of the large district gravitating to Melbourne or other Victorian markets, there can be no argument about Towong except that it is a Government township, while the land at Tintaldra would have to be bought ; but as the Towong land is agriculturally r...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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A DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

A DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- A paragraph appeared in your issue of last week wherein report states that I am " to be removed to Yarrawonga." Now, I cannot understand how such a report originated, as --- to the best of my belief--- there is not any foundation for it. It is true that some short time since I did apply for a transfer to T-----------, on account of the distance I have to daily traverse in pursuance of my duties, but have not yet received any official reply. Trusting you will insert this to prevent any further circulation of this false rumor, and also for the satisfaction of my friends in this district.--- Yours, &., FITZ..

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE BETHANGA RUMPUS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

THE BETHANGA RUMPUS.   TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL.   SIR, --- In last Saturday's issue of your Tallangatta contemporary, appears one of the most ridiculous articles possible to conceive. And as the same appears as a leading article, we must, of course, con- clude that the editor himself accepts authorship. The Bethanga people at first laughed, .and then wondered whether it was simply a burlesque of what might happen. But, no ! The fertile brain of that mighty dignitary, the editor, has   been at work, and we are told, and led to believe, that a great fight of principle, somewhere and somehow, is being fought out between the miners and two or three business people at Bethanga. Some were of opinion that the article was written to support the lumpers on strike in Melbourne. If so, its bombastic tone is excusable. Others are charitable enough to allow that the editor, being a " new chum,"' has been got at--- for we must confess that the whole ma...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen !" FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 January 1886

t.b? ug,, '?, o?,auo!g ýelt#,t, l,,. "A;isake Arise I Or be for over falle I" FRIDA Y, JANUARY .2, 1880. FuEssi evidence continues to be forced upon us froml time to time o:, the ne-essity of a more general knowledge of the art of swimming. It is an incontrovertible fact that the great majority of deaths by drowning are the result of a total ignorance of this qualification, and this cause of death might be greatly seduced if per sons were to loouk upon the acquisition of: the knowledge of swimming as part of their education. We have before us a circular of the Ballarat Swinmming 'Club, an institution for the inculcation of; the useful accomplishment, setting foith the facilities possessed by the club for imparting a knowledge of it to both sexes. This has suggested the desirability of such a club or an im provement of the public baths sit Wodonga. Several cases of drowning have occurred within our own locality during the past few years which have been invariably the result of person...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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BETHANGA CHURCH QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

BETHANA CIIURIIOLI QUESTION. TO Tre zF,)ITOn 5F" TIISI SN'TINh'EL, Sn,-'Will Jou pluaso to allow ins a few lines in your valuable columns to nay a word or two. The Bothanga folks belonging to other denominations thlan thlo Wosleyan sount to be olfundod at the action of the Wooloyans in desiring the full use of their own building. So far, nt iseing able to fill the pulpit 'vory Runtday we allowed the Ohurch f ?lng IosIu mitnioier to occupy it onsc a sou th; but., now we can fill itbvory labbath, we nat. r dly wnh it for ouraolvol.; ., T.h, church was built by the Weosloyane, I ant iuformed, and otheors assisted also, and, so far, I think they have had good useof it, Tiho W\oloyanr havo. not dealt so hanrshly with the other donominatidna, but thlloy. want the use nosw, os all Woeloyan Chiurchlc are built, for tlihir own ,puoplo. Surely the Church of England people can build a church alt ilothalnga; il, only wuants Ia determnlination to do so. Thanlking youl fou your kindnose,-Yours, &...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

"FITZ " AND 111S DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF Till SENTINEL. Sl,--As the correspondent who gavo you the information about Mr Fitzgib bon's contemplated removal to Yarra wonga, I find mI ount correct myseolf. But I was not very wide of the mark,'for the name of theo place is Tungamah, in the Yarrawonga district. I asi astonished at "Fitz's" tating that he appli?d to be. removed, when he knows woll it is not true. I wculd ask him how it is that his henchman was sent round the district w:th a petition to get ploplo to sign iti to bring pressura to bear upon the Commis sioners to keep him ] here. I will lesnrel l;s friends to judge ywho is ri;ht, wh:t'I? gave you, ! r kdittr,Tlhe inforinaio"n. I1 may iotte. that my information ws hoaiod on departmental iulthority, and, f qular tera had been ready, "Fitz" would have been from here long ago.-I ant, &o,, Yovu CORRESPONDENT. iF you want a alco cool drink, now that the hteat Is so intense, call at ALLEN'S TEsMI NUs OTEL, Wodonga. The pro...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

TALLANATA TA JOTTINAGS. (By KANT.) . Tle committee iheeting of the Tallon. gatta and Bonambra Race Club, callod for Saturday, the 23rd illntant, was, owing to the pauoity of attend lc, adjourned until Tuesday, the 2nd F '1ry. Great dissatisfaction.W'its over tlhe way the invites to the l-taitway Commnis. sioners dinner at 'lallangatta wore dis tributed, and not without a good show of reason. None but the elite-that section of the community having least interest in tile object of tie Comlllissioners' visit weore asked until tloe oloventli hour. Tie aflhir was far from being reproesenttive, aid lnay ybo tenlmed a miserable.fiasco, the only .ededo ing feature being tile ex collent spread provided by Host 8ullivan. Apropos of tile Cosmissioners' dinnerý several of thlo speakers- are anything but pleased with tle mannier. in. whicli they are reported. This is scarcely to be won dored at, taking into consideration the scnlltcourtesy elshown t totleu ropresontatives of tlh press,, noune wl...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE "SPARROW CONSTITUENCY." [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

ThE o'in i';m f -Eie';`T .t t;' uiawill lioan iito lioii~ui''l, is tIi :j~ailior n' i /1 'iitioCy. '' e wa tt L' a a sh'uch a c-r:. F"'n uk d(k ct:'"lin (a iii"c'txa''t' Clit ican It tin olern i ii 'i i;i; I l thoi' al'Oai aid ii tlliai 'eall It. to in uutI.rcti" point ill tc li pcc'bulai ni;i I '4Ff. thatitheiliacl I r:c lhit fii uti' ii ow tsoned Ibird:t fele in hao stroot ns Gulnid1 (JCtordan diul-iuld plaiuthi ' to iienia'r u1ih'' p.rnlmscuulyiai3' rhiul ar (IlcI t I.'iall. I11i-+ n'thou' tcuuiuv.f, wacJn tlt .takiij, il) Ji. (II' tiltjr Fcalun a 01 ~oI ha ugia or lla ac::niIlu to lilnity, tiat tinii a. i~i'ti:faly. faItu ill o: of lit l amps ulcax hz plnt faciu, hiia iu'nirg mjcg; piuttiuug out t1)li., Ii'ha bIi fma' h tr];ppll to iii gruandul "At,'' aolill t. 1 f;:inn.I pondidultca, "I wonder if tn isnfairtilort: fip't='owet' ii' uu'vnlf Pill 1l) i.st ;1 of

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

'ELEUGALPIIIU DESPATUfEf'. ,(FROg OUR OW CORRESPONONT.) M.IELBOuRNE, Thursday. ,f'Tho. complimentary banquet tendereJd to br O'Dohofrty, prior to his departure rJlurope, by the Irishmen of Melbourne, ;too?.place,in St. Patrick's Hall this even ing. Theore wis a large and repiresentative gathering. The toast of the evening was spoken to by Sir 'Bryan O'Loghlen, who .referred to the guest's early career at home, and his subsequent career in Aus tralia, in high terms of praise, 'and "corti plimented Dr O'Dohcrty warmly oit his unopposed return for the ropresentation of lifeatlh in the House of Commons. Dr j'Doheorty, on rising to reply, was enthu siastically cheered. He referred to thi' present state of Ireland and to the great power for good or evil which the leader of the National party held in the now Ptir .leament. He regarded his election as a complimeoit more to Australia than to hlimself, and expressed his opiniosn that Homne Rule would ore long be conceded to Ireland to the sam...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA POLICE COURT FRIDAY, 22nd JANUARY. (Before Mr W. H. Foster, P.M., and Mr W. Huon, J.P.) TRUANCY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

WVODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 22'1d JANUARY. :(Bafore Mlr W. H. Foster, P.M., and Mr W. Huosi, J.P.) TRUANCY O'ASES. The following parents were susninsoned for non-compliance with the colngulsory clause of the Education Act:--: Mary Crooke (ons case) said her eyes had necessitated her remaining in -Mel! bourno since the 24th December last. As the earlier portion of the quarter had beeoon neglected, a fine of 2s Ud was inq posed. Charles Wilson (three cases) produced two medical certificates-oneo dated 4th July, 1885, and the other November, 1884-showing that whooping cough was in his family, and lie (defendant) thought it would be dangerous for hint to send his children to school. Fined 2s -id in eacl case. Joseph Rose (one case) pleaded that lie could not affllord to allow his daughter go to school. The truant-officer (Mr Fraser) said defendant ' had practically set the law at defiance, there having beeoo no attendance at all in this case for the quarter. ' Iounted-constable Kirkh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

Y- JAN DVOIGT SJyri}Poly Csi1s(tlig 1edtiCl Olflcer to the : - .) 3epi'lii6go, . ;ospitl :), 1- i L hkN l a tiulted daily at hisreslidonceI 1) ,IElli I'I i E L'T, \VodmlIgO. i)11 iRFNNEDY, I AY ho consultud at' hi residcw'e, I s! ;.L:?lr W T.i;smE I, AUGBURY, : Proifessor I;. ; v~s : 'yrson (Of the ' ionfianConservatoire of Miusic), Vj-its j ODONGA- on Wednesdays ?,d Saturdays. Addregg .llon'p 'T'y'?ppiiuas hotel. 3AN1( OF \ICTOJIA. WDQIIQN.A h.1RANCH, CAPITAL... ..1 ., .,.0 £1,000,000 l I3EVE FUND ... .. £135,000 Deposits recoivcd, hills discounted, and all esail bankipjg business transacted. D. MACKAY, Manager. Jo011.N _WU ILK:iNS 0 N, SOLIITOR, Clients' iofioy t' o laidl Oflico--Day's Buildings, Dean street, Albury. JAMES: GRANT, S.ARRIER'. AN-D -GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA. ALL KINDS of TURNING: done on the " premnises; atd repairs effected in a workmanlike stylo, ~'VT.. L. FEJRRIER, GENERAIT COM.IISSION'AGENT, AGENT'' for tlhe No'rwich Union Firs IIsurance Company. National Mutua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

JOHN G. 'WIGG, ihoa' STn?ErT, .WODONGA, Wholesale and Retail B -;U T ? ', 0 .1]..d E R. Thlo oldost-established B?lutchery" in ' W~ odonga, Al " MEATS' f.,:BEST QUALI'TY 'Alvya on hiband SSmall Goods of overy description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED., .. International Family Hotel VICTORIA STREET, MELBOURNE, (Close to Cab andl"Bus route): ALEXANDER GALLETLY (LALE OF WeODONOA), BEGS to inform : his Friends and thei Public that ho has taken the isbove liotel (late lHnningham's). whereo . Boarders' and Visitors will.find theo attentioi paid "them of a comfortable home. SIIIGH.OLASS' WINEP, SPIRITS, ;, ALES,;,&. TermsoRoasonable. Blthrooms; teleplone; and oveerycolvenienec. G"? ENERAL " BLACKSMITH , AND G"E L" - FARRIER, Elgin street (near railway crossing), Wododga. J. LAMBOURN. Begs to thank his numerous custohiers for past favors,. and lopes to still -merit ia continuance. AORICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS : REPAIRED. IORSESIIOEING A SPECIALITY. % Why? ecauseo they are shod according to ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICES. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

?EGCEIPT AND PAY O?FICES. WODQNGA. The undormentioned accounts are now payableo.at the above oflico:--Ryan and Taylor (2), M. Lawson (2), J. -Inutahin son (2), J. W. Fulford, Thomas Newmun, J. K. lBarnett, S. Babbington, W. Crook, E. Dumbroll, P. Dwyer, T. Peach. G, Black, J; Callinano, E. Davis, 0. 0. Sparrow. Loases Awaiting Dolivory.--W. O., Maefaranho,. J. P. Linehan, M. Kelly, John Hanna, W; Durmbroll, P. H. H. Somelrs.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

GAZETTE NOTICES. -4--- Districts assigned to judges of teo Court of Insolvency-Goorge WOrtlinigton, the midland and westorn iasolvouny districts ; Arthur'Wolf 0loihluy, tho northorn and midland insolvhoncy distriots, Districts assigned to judgo of County Courts and Courts of Minos-Arthur Wolf Choinloy, the Booclhworth and Sail hurat Mining Districts appointed to Ih' held at Alexandra, Boechworth, Bright, Ohiltorn, Heathcote, J.amieson, Kilmuore, BIansfiold, Rushworth, Rutherglon, Vo donga, Woods Point, and Yackandandaih, vice tho Hon. J J Oasey, O.M.O, iPsuW.ALS Or GOlAZINO PSOmIITS FoR . ... YBAR 188U. YWin. Ellis, Berringa v J. W. Klingoi Wodong . A Schlinok, Wodongh. ' GoLD )I.r'In LAsss DECLARED . Beochworth District - Mitt '.ta Divlsian.--O.- H, M?atoen, 17V Sr 30p, M'Kay'sn roek, Niw Lio?uses. uvnmua SHorION 49 ol. Lsirn Anr I18I' APPRovE?. II, Briddon, 20a, Tangaimbalan a A; Briddoi, 20a, Tangatbaia SJohn Drunmmiod, 20a, Talga Margaret Grizoa, 20a, Koeton' Jas; Grant, 10a, Bu...

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