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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 25th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL   THURSDAY, 25th FEBRUARY Present - Crs Quirk (president), Smith Ronan, Martin, Mongan, M'Leod, Robb, Jessop.   MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE From the Chief Secretary's Office, for- warding queries and replies thereto re the preparation of ratepayers' rolls. - Re- ceived. From the Goverment statist, ackno- ledging receipt of certain statistics. - Re- ceived. From Herman Sommer, Baranduda, and J. Crossthwaite, Cundowring, applying for Slaughtering licenses. - Granted. From Distilleries and Excise Office, Melbouren, requesting return of all licenses issued in the shire. - Alread supplied. From the Decentralisation League, Sandhurst, inviting council to send rep- resentative to a meeting on 9th February. -No action.   From Mr F. H. Tuthill, M.P., re severance petition, promising to attend to the question on behalf of the council. - Received. From the same, to the eff...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ELECTIONEERING INTELLIGENCE. THE OVENS ELECTION. MR F. ALLEN AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

ELEU'IONsE IfNG1( INI'hLLI (E.N.!E. ----+------ THE OVENS ELECTION. MR F. ALLEN AT WODONGA. On Friday evunilig, at tih Prince of W'alle' Jhll, Mir Fred. Allon madllrtsod tabot 15t0 cilct'tuol. Mllr W'. I. IFerrier, .I.P., presided," aid, iiiitriolucing tim icandidate, observed tIlt Mr Alllle was standbi)g in tl1 Liberal interest. Mr Allen, who was favorably received, prefaced Iis political views by remarrorkiig thiatl hald lien ai reidlent of tho district for ito paist thirty years, the last fourltoo of xlwhich ho I had aipnt in ]Bechworth, wluro Ieu had idlontiliud hiimself willi thu Bieelhworth Unitud Shire Council and the auveral charitable institutioni. , H lthen went. on to say that he wain a greater believur in partyy governiioont than in a Coalition Ministry. As for tho now Coalition Govorninlnt, itmh an alliance should nevor havo buen forneod until the conunry had had ar. opportunity of' ex pre.ing an opinion upon it. (He[Ir, har). As a Britisher, Mr Allen balieved in assist...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

casunsga ,y oWwuong cntincl. ,Awake i Arise ! Or be for ever fallel !" -- [n.TOS. -T- UIRSDAY, A UT-liL !., ,I - AT Mr TurnIIltl.'s meeting last week, hoe nade a strong point of his inter view with the Raiiway Caommiscioners on hehalf of his W'idlohn.i constituents. Tie hon. uemiber found Mr PIei:I(IIrT in his most grtaiouls humor, read'( to do avything in reason to beeolit Wodongn. "Mi !l'u'rie. ur'ged that it was wrong and unjust to lcharge i2 '2 S er to?l m lorel for the cartage of goods from Mlelblourine to WoododngL tlhaii to earry them it distance of three miles tillrtdier, oi to Albury, in New South \Vales. r SEI T'Sir's reply was simply one of those bold and energetic assertionms by which our railway chair man closes the mouths of those lncal advocatus lmen he hieliovcs to he in cOfrpltpleey .int'nr".el-tUolto. t.he goodls tamritl quoes inf, . To make the same concessionl to Wotlongla as to Albuiry, would mean, according to 1 r Sintmurr, as interpreteld by IMr 1T'L'TIIIL, a ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR, - The above is a copy of a circular which has been circulated through the electorate. The electors should under- stand that Mr Allen has never been a member of the Beechworth any any other Liberal association; that Mr Alf. A. Bill son, who professes to sign the circular, is not now in any way connected with it; that Mr Billson is a brewer, and that Mr Allen has bean for many years a publican, doing a extensive business with Mr Bill- son, in the way of buying his beer and soft stuff; and that Mr. Allen, having once lived in Yackandandah, imagines he has some influence in the Benambra electorate,   and 1has agreed with Mr Billson to give him the benefit of that influence, if he in return helps him in the Ovens. The Con- serrative party in the Ovens is represented by a small clique in Ford street, Beech- worth. Is the Liberal party to be repre-   sented by a brewer in Last street and an ex-publican ? What killed the Conserva...

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[ADVERTISEMENT.] THE OVENS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

[ADVERTISEMENT.] THE OVENS ELECTION. Sir, The death of my father (the late Mr G. Billson) has left the Liberal party in the Ovens without a representative. As the day of election is rapidly approaching, the party must awaken to its interest, the question will be asked, "Who are we going for?"   Having a personal knowledge of all the can-   didates, I indicate Mr F. Allen as the man. Therefore, as I leave to-morrow to continue my campaign in Benambra, I though it wise to communicate with my late father's per- sonal friends and chief supporters through- out the district. Matters being so divided, I would earnestly ask you to enter into the coming contest with your accustomed vigor. I would like to see the Liberal party undi- vided. Go solidly for Mr Allen. He will be thoroughly with you, and you can judge for yourselves. Meantime, rally the party, and interview all our firends. I we once loose our hold of the district, it will be difficult to regain it. Let m...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 2nd MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 March 1886

Tuesday, 2nd March.   Present-Crs Paton (president), Larsen, Dyring, Carkeek, Scarlett, Thomson, Stewart, and Robinson.   CORRESPONSDENCE.   From the Under-Treasurer, relative to Licensing Act.-Attended to. From Secretary of Public Works, for warding copy of memorial from residents of Tintaldra for bridge over that place. From ratepayers of Towong that, in the event of Government subsidising the erection of a bridge over the Murray, that crossing be at Towong instead of Tin taldra. From chief inspector of distilleries and oxcise, requestilig return ''of licenses issued by council lunder thu. Licensing Act 1876.-To be attended to. From .O ivormnnt statist, re agricul tural,statisticn.--Attonded to. . From Goveritiiefit" Htatist; acknowledg ing receipt of statistics.-R.eceit'd . From. WI. B. Montfort, inspector of police, regarding appointment of inspector of slaughteryards, &c.-Attondu e to. From SIeior'-colstablo Itolinson, re dangerous...

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THE SILVER SKULL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

"he 1111ilttittiuvii iii 11110 of hisi lur 'pio t tinods tolil t lotoy nf tio 111tint Wit It the nilt'u Attisl, ho joviil baIron little Ihounht Ihnt wire thtan it Conti 1/ fttlr it hintI lopatted this woitir lr mtiriules his od soljtlior would tiinc It mtttih in t4a Fitt' a'(.%t. ii it i taters Itiat Cjtavlco S. KingsleTy uof Minelield, PTt'nrnIv~ttiin, *11 futight, in thu Hucesaiodt warI, tivoiretl a wouind Itt th3 It 'to which :ould nuniv be vlowtt i by iis of siler lditei. The 1111 11 life was 6:tit y this piroentss, baiti II r it an ii " usitic , nut11( h fr lin11ny' yours h t wo ci a W ittitiingtiit unylititi. A feic m.01 tutgu i, (ill tin if ith j it tics bting il ttitslol, hitt 'tluy tundottitly iittcttntc.t nn'ittuttdtatu ptsiot ofh tO,(tU htllatus. Birit ail tIc, tt n11titbor itttitia aftt'ier tIh lrtttat ill iiihi tittif 1(itt ntori.,d t illt(ih'I thit; 4t1w may b t i.uali.' 1 thou truth, ill.

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MR G. V. SMITH AND THE HENRY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

AMR C . I'. S2iMl'r AND HlIE JIEVNRY UASE. ----+---- Iri nldrlessing tle ileeters of Wodoega .on tlt i SV of. the coltest, Mlr 0. V. iSm1ithi, towards the close of his speech, referred to certa;il charges iliadu. against him by the -Age in connection with the case of ia solucor l noned Henry. Thl'll article charged Mr? Smith with taking miney fromll two rival applicants for it block of land, alld remlllrked thallt the call didato owed his defeat for the Ovons to his colndtuct ini this tralllssnctionl. Mr Smith said:-" I slhall IIpass from tile illlmportalnt lmaLtters 1 have just dealt with to an ui im-" polrtalllt one. The Age accuslls tme of cor .tuin conduct ill thie Hienry case rwhic, if true, would staplIlll l as tuntristworthy. In 1872, this lanll loetry wrote to Ino in yI1 " capacity as land agellt, asking mle to olldelaor to seclre for hill two blocks of 30 acres each. I-laving waited uIpon tile Lands Deplartllnolt, I fonuu:l I could only get him on00 f the ?blocks, allnd I i...

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BENAMBRA. One Seat—Total Electors, 2207. Candidates—A. A. Billson (Opposition), P. B. Wallace (Coalition). [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

BENA3MBRA. One Seat-Total Electors, 2207. Candidats-A. A. A. Billson (Opposition), P. 13. Wallaco (Coolition). The contest for Beonambra resulted in the re-election of Mr 1'. B. Wallace, who owes his victory to the substiantial majori ties he received at Yackaudandnah, Tawanga, and the polling-booths near the Kiowa River, such as Gunidowring, Kiewn, &~. Bearing in mind that "Yacl'." changed at thu last moment,, M?r Billson polled very well, and his defeat by only 112 votes should encouragp hiin to have anotlhr try for th!e seat at thlo.irst,opppor tunity. , lolling Places. Billson. Wallace. Tallangatta ...... 0 Jlethani"a ... 0 " 4I 'Tallamonon ... 1It Iii Granya ... ... . 44 Tallnugatta Valley... 24 Oido ....... ... 70 It Omeno Plains... ... 31 18 Giblb River... 10 0 Mitta ,litta River ... 37 il Granite Flat ... . 1 Corryong .... .. 5t 47 Cudlgewna ... 1 li'oughla Creek C1 0 \ alwa ... ... 7 10 Yackamlandal ... 24 i Allan's Flat... ... 24 2 Kiew ... 15 412 1)edorang ... 10 ...

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TOWONG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

TO II'OXC R.IC S. The annual githoring uudor the l Rs pices of thile ''owong acillg Club watt hld j on the prettily.situilatii:l ratce course at Towonsg on 'lhurlsday and Friday, tho 4th and 5tlh MA'rch, and passed ofi successfully. ('roat prepara tions had been Inado for wooks past by those interested. This mouting is always onusidlred to be the mlost pipular in the district; In fact, what the Melbourneo Cup taoutiug is to the rest of thi crolloy, thu 'lowong gathering is to thu Ui,'pper Murray. In thuo early mIorlings for days Iast, thd compeltitors, clothed n11d bright, were to be suon, like so many boautiful damosels hildden under light wrappers, procoeding to so.lo festivaul-a mayor's or GCovrnur's ball. ''his year's gatthering eolipsod -any previous attonpLt, of the club, there hbing two days' racing on the cants, alld. all: tlhe eovnlltls uru contested with the utmopst rvgor.; To give a slight proof of the importance :of the Towong raeoo meting, it might e stalnted that the r...

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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

TEL EOIIJAJIqIO DE.SPjl 'OIIES. (Pioln'ouRvown cosnnRPONDiERNT.) MELBOURNE, Tnonsevoy anIonr. The proposall tltha??i' P1ter Lalgr be electe(d1 ioakler. of the noew. Parliament will be nade by the Iloin. Duncan CGillies andl secodod by the llon. J.. BI Patterson. Thlo Ion. L. L. Smith stormed the Lands Doalanrtmnut to-day on behalf of the stlectors at liilounda. lie asked thatl cor taiu lainds in th locality.might at once be surveyed' and stops taken to put the selectors ini iossession. Mr Dow, in reply, liroinisjl that the tqueest should receive his inunsdiite atteoltit i. Thoe lolparture of D)r Moorhouse and Mrs Meoorhlouse, was marked this morning by theo cccoodingly large assomlblago of the public from all parts of the country onl board'thl P. and O. Company's steamer Dengal to w?ish his Lordship "'God speed." Reo:resontatives of all denloi nIations weore preseot, lndt the dignitaries of the Aslglicaln Church and clergy from far aivay parts inl, the bushl were also obs.rvable. Th...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

0.1 UZTTR NOTIOISY At 'lrit TIOr .FOa (iUN : r ArPnar rn. \V, \\'I tnirad, '!'menu;;, 8a 8r 8:rp AI-LlO.cTTO N r ma LP..ti ArrPPanviti'. Thos.' BIowmaTI,, lnirrawyo, 102n ir lip Coarantcr moa o Foana ACourrin.n. I [nIy (honarnn, Dadarang-Oae, Cs; bran, 7s 0h; hay, n lth ; straw, is, per cuntcal. .: Tho ln[n. .1, Ah'ita'.rt sHrin;r of race hors:,, incirrling Matchlock (thu ChaRn pion. winner), Pinilli p Auinustatn, and 'ridant, pasnad thraugh \Vorlongayeostor dlay, on ttIIEc for Sydney. Tiha Utah cnrnarisninc n racominenri that tin tcrat of paiz iobranat fIr polyg'amnry ho innlo:tM3I fromt six m1onlth1s tn twot years. T'hlro rO-etu sitting togothor SuInday evOn irg, with airt oitniriu nt tort', liattrOwa theImi, whon rita pcanaRintly asknd, "How wourld you lilk t;1 In-vo moy nratitoi lim' with ,yortl'? 1t "jrt oto rmrinrte Iits hal his hIlt in iis hal.i at.l 'rin balling rloiryw tIhe si raot.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

ie at Clearing Bale. IN TIE} ASSIGNED ESTATE OF W.. D, M%'GlQOOII, -WODONGA\ SB. MERGER, Hiving Purchased the above Estate from 'the Trustees, at a laige discount for cash, is enabled to offer to the ladies and the inhabi tniuts of Wodomga and the surrounding dis trict the whole of the SWELL ASSORTIED STOCK, SAt Prices never before known in the district, : O3NS[S'IN:I OF HIOIERX . - .'T Ui3ON S, .. .. L \ACES; ... C.AL0TES, TIT N NE, QIINTTS, -. .A..AOTEEENS, I .TOTLLANDS, QUILTS, and •BLANKETS, Whiclh will be mrnarked in red figures at less than wholesale prices, MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,. GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, ORQOKERY, &c. T'JTE STOCK TS; ErING RE-,1rARTED DOWN 'TO SUCit PRICES AS SWILL COMMAND A QUICK AND READY SALE. ONE YISIT WILL PROVE TIAT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS TITERE ARE BARGAINS, --BARGAINS. BARGAINS. -The Fittings, Horses and Carts will be For Sale. EDMONDSON, PARK ER, & CO. ARE OFFERING G EI4A.. I;CRG-AIJTS IN' All Departments, PRIOR TO 8TO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

IEGUSt iniformi tl i'lhablitant.s of \Vod'onga and surrullludi district, and also his old friends of Bethlnga, Oranya, Sandy Creek, and alitta Mitta, that lo0 is iowt cl'arrying on business opposite the Pot-offlice, \Yodungtl; as FAMILY GROCER, DRAPER, IRONMONGER, and GALV\ANISED IRON and',d W?? ZRE MERCHA'NT. CHAFF, OATS, and IPRODUCE STORE. The 'TE AS supplied are Speciall? Selected, anct.the Whole of the Groceries are of the Best, Welli-knowi Branl ds. Crockerywvarc of all D)escriptions. IAItGE 8't'001 01I READY-MADEE CLOr',I'IN TO BE SACRIFIC.IAD, liring thel I:lanea of the stock of tile late A. Fullrton arid Co. ( ENT'S CLOTHICNG 1iADE TO OlD)Eli. LARGE STOCK :OF PATTE'RNS TO .OOOSE FROM. IALRCG STOCK OF NEW SEASON'S PRINTS FROM 3s 6d A DOZEN YARDS. BUYERS .OF ALL LOCAi :.PRODUCE, Hides rand Skirds of all Descriptions, at t:I:GHEST MARKET YALUE , AGENT foiP LIGILTBOUND'~ SAW MILLS, GEORGE'S CREEK. - . - - - -" ce - -- - - - - . , Wodoncja, Albury, N.S.W.,,& 80 King Stre...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

The elootions fortltt no w Piarliiament, which took place on Friday, were, so far is the twoeleotorates of this distritivoro coln rnloed, conlluctled ill a manner O which lshowed tile deepest interest in the result. For the Ovons and for Benallllbr, thler was a contest in lelchl insitinlc? ilndl thie ixlture of parties and intorestalnade thl olllconlo a matter of,speculation. The greatest auxiety was shown by all parties its to the numbors tile ballot-boxes would give. TIIE OVENS. Two Scnts-Total Electors, 335,3. Candidatos- Fredelrick Allen, Joseph Ferguson, D. M1. O'Connor, G. V. " Smith, T. Tanswell, W. Telford, F. 11. Tuthill, anil W. L. Zintkeo-all Inda Ipendent.. - Tlhe contest for the Ovoens excited con siderable interest througliout'the whole dlistrict. In and aroulnd Wodlollga, from eaoly morning, cabs, with thlo' placards " Vrto for Tutlill," were engaged, the electors from far and near being so cured and carried to the polling-booths to record their votes. All through the...

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DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

DECLARATION OF TIIH POLL. The officiald6claration of tlh poll for the Ovens election took plaeo at noon in Saturday, in theTown Hal, Ieechwort , in the presenco of two hundred personl. Owing to the hoavy rain falling, the declaration could not b1) mado from the Towi IIall stleps, na is iu3tomnary on auel' occasiolls. Thu returning-oflicor (Mr Cunningham) having annoilheed the result of the ,oll, declared Mlessra Tuthill and Forguson dilly - elected as nonmbers for the .()Ovens. MIr Tuthiill said lie could not hope to find words to properly express his thanks to the electors of the Ovens for the high honor they conferred on him by havinr tihe day previous ulected him lat thile head of the poll as their represoentative. :10 could only, ill a few words, thank one and all. It was to be noticed that the two candidates who were returned were the two who had' previously contested the bye.election, as opponents. It would be idle for himn to say that as opponents on that occasion there was n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

"0l SNALEG or to LE'IT, tlhat splelldi LJ FARM (one of the oest in the district), and known as Mrs Pickeriog's. Wodongaa West, Murray Flats. Possession given, if required, onl Ist April. For furthelr par ticulars apply W. C. 31'FARLANIE , VWodonga. p U B L, I C O . ' ,T E . c 1j. I'OTSON laid itni y LADI)OCK frontilg the mainl Chliltulri roaId., ;:, W. C. M'"PARLANI'E. RS PEIiRN, exlprienced MIDW)\IFE, JL intends shltortly to tESIDl)E in \Vodonga. Meanwhile, any letttro ad dirossed to \Vodolnga or Bethanga P.O. will receive promllpt attenlltionl. A F ,V smanll mobs of fit CATTLE will . e taken into tlny p:addoclks this seat sOlt at ld per head per tighlt. JOIIN MORHlHION, Woa:longa. N o ' I C E All COATS found 'TRESPASSING ott Dtttghlarty, Son, antd Parker's Paddocks after this dtata will be, destroyed. PETER P. W\LS'IN. WVodtloga, 19th Fl"ullhriary, 1881. Notice. )POISON laid int ty slautghteryard padt .. dock. T. .G. \\'IG. Wodouiga, 10th M\fhol 19.0, IN the TRUST SlT'A'''TEl of '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, 101on STREET, WODnODCA, Wholesale anid Retail B ,U F C It Ii iH. T;'he oldet-cst.tiblished Butchery in Wodoiga. Al -"ET S hIf ESi' QUALITY .hiLdjs on hand. '. Srmall Goods of decry dles'ription. 1.IDES and SKINS PURCHASED : International Family` Hotel, VICTOl$tA STREET, I~EiLBOU ~iIE, (Clone to Cab and 'Bus route). ALEXANDER OALLEI'tlY (LALE or WoeeDo At), B IGS to inform his Friends alnd the .I. Public that he has taken the above hotel (late Heiominghlan'a) where Boarders had: Visitors will lind the attention paid then of a donmfortablo home. HIGH-CLASS WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, &c. Terms Reasonable. rlltthrooms, telephone, and every conveleonce. GENERAL BLACKSMITH AND a I,'FARRIER, Elgmin streut(car railwnay crossing), Wododga. J. LAMBOURN liegs t6 thank his mnncrons customers for jlast favors, and hopes to still mnerit Ia contitlUnnco. AGIRICULTURA-s IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. HORlESHIIOE INd' A SPECIALITY. ,; Bceaiib they are short according to ait andi saitable to n...

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WODONGA LICENSING COURT. THURSDAY, 11th MARCH. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, chairman; J. J. O'Meara, and G. D. M'Cormick, licensing magistrates). [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

WODONGA LICENSING COURT. THURSDAY, 11th MARCH (Before Messrs W. H . Foster, chairman ; J. J. O' Meara, and G. D. M'Cormick, licensing magistrates). John Mildiren applied for a transfer of his license for the Border hotel to John Griffiths. Granted ; the transferree to put the premises in proper order at once. John M' Callum applied for a transfer of the license of the Redbank hotel, Jingellic, to Alexander Dunn. The notice had not been advertised in any newspaper, and the proposed transferree, being unwell, was represented by his wife. The Bench, however, regarded the case as an exceptional one, and said they would adjourn its hearing to Alexandra, on the 23rd March, when the transferree ned not attend. Alexander H. Skogulund applied for a temporary publican's license for at booth at the miners' sports at Bethanga on the 17th March. Applicant had previously tried to get the license at Bethanga, but Mr Foster, P.M., who presided, not then having been sworn in as a licensing magis- tr...

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UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 March 1886

UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) The trifling controversy in your paper has put you in possession of the facts of the agitation for a bridge over the Murray. Nobody thought of a bridge before, until Mr Paton had the desire to erect one for us all, at Tintaldra, which,as he says, with good support, is the most centrally situated place for the whole district. This would have sounded very well, if pronounced by a man who had no particu- lar interest in the situation of such bridge ; but it did not sound well from Mr Paton, and the people about Corryong and Towong--- the most interested in the thoroughfare over the border--- smelt the rat, and discovered, not too late this time, that the shire council, through its presi- dent, intended to steal steal anther march on silly Corryong. Some correspondence has passed through the press, advocating different sites for the bridge. The most sensible one on the subject, in my opinion, was " Ocnus" communication but since &nbsp...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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