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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

A U(T'lUNOV SA L . TMossrs Dougharty, Son, and Parker's quarterly horse sale at Wlodunga oin Fri. clay aild Saturday last draw an iuneionso conconursof visitors. Thatworthy knightof the hIacmuer, Mr Parker otlloiated at the cattle yards, with Mr Peter Wilson at his aidecamp. No fewer than 425 horses were submitted to public competition, in cluding inany " tip-top " animals, but here and theore a ed "weed was observable. For the clhico sorts, bidding became very spirited, anything of a firs class quality at once attracting the " eagle" eye of thu horse fancier. Upwards of 280 horses brought as high Ias £40 for lorry pairs, and {37 was obtained forl]ndiman rlenanets. On go whole, the sale, which realised ahoubt£300, was very successful. MXessrs Doughlrty, Seai, and Parker report having sold at the Wacldonga fort nightly market on Monday:-100 prima spayed L oifers, of the WY brand, to LO; 95 primo heuifes, for iiir M. Johnson, Kiewa, to L8: 15 prime lhllocks, for Mr \Vn. MlUinn, Do Ker...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

Great Clearing Sale. IN T-IE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF W. D. M'GEOCII, WODONGA. ,C. B. MERCER, Having Purchased the -above Estate from the Trustees at a large discount for cash, is enabled to offer to the ladies and the inhabi tants of Wodonga and the surrounding dis trict the whole of the WELL; ASSORTED STOCK, At Prices never before known in the district, CONSISTING OF HOSIERY, i. CAICOQES, DIAPER, DRESSES, PRINTS, SATEENS, HOLLANDS, QUILTS, and BBLANKETS, WVhich will be marked in red figures at less than wholesale prices. MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, &C. TIHE STOCK IS BEING RE-MARKfED DOWN TO SUCH PRICES AS WILL COMM? AND A QUICK AND READY SALE. ,ONE VISIT WILL PROVE THAT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS THERE ARE BARGAINS. BARGAINS. BARGAINS. The Fittings, Horses and Carts will be For Sale; GRAND EXHIBITION OF AUTUMN :AND WINTER NOVELTIES. EDMOND.SON, PARKER, & CO. -ARE NOW MAKICING A .GRAND DISPL.AY OF THEIR-NEW SHIPMENTS OF NOVELTIES, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

JOHN . G.' WIGG, lunn STREET, WOOOcoa;n - Sh?lole?alot and Retail,:: SiTs oldest"etabsllmed. l Ltchory in 1 odoiiga. Al MEATS, ofr:,BIST QUALIY ;Alway qn 1 uliil . Small (o'do of every daocription .-, HIDES a??'INS l gURI DASD. G ENERAL' B1LACKSMIITH:_AN ' FARRIER,' "' Elgin treet (neatr rilway crossing), \Vdodgial . J.' ;LAMBOURN 1egs to thank'his nuumnrous customers for past favors, ahd' hopes •to. still merit a continuance.. AGRICULTriRAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED'. IHORSESIIOEING A 'SPECIALITY. Because they arde shod -according 'to art inid suitable to Slt tire. MICHAEL' SHEEHAN, Geineral Blacksnmilth AND .:Farrier, BEGS to return thanks to his customers for the liberal piatroiago they havo bestowed on himi,. and' hopes by strict attention to business to merit. ia con tinuance. .... .. :..::-, a Address--lu?c street, nearc Railway Goods Sheds. \Wodomuga.i' " JAMES: GRANT, "LaRRIsR ' Ai " lGENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA. A LL; KINDS of TURNING lone on tlie .. promises,' and;repairs effected...

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THE MIDDLE CREEK BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

THE MIDDLE CREEK BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SETNTINEL. SIR, - In your issue of last week I see that tenders are invited by the Yackan- dandah Shire Council to put handrails to Middle Creek bridge. I can scarcely   conceive that it is intended to put rails to the above bridge without first putting it into repair. The rails are an absolute necessity, and if not done soon some accident must occur, when heavy damages will fall on the hsires concerned. It surely, however, cannot have excaped the attention of the shire engineers that the piles are sinking, and that if something is not done to the bridge it will part asunder in the middle, expecially if heavy rains come, as may fairly be expected this season. Further, I see no mention of the bridge across the creek opposite to Mr Wm. Street's lane. That of the two is the mor dangerous, in consequence of the sharp turnings coming on to it. It is to be hoped it has not been forgotten, or if so that it is not too late to includ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

. i LE IGH TONr :'G h"toiiifor il the iiihabitants of \odonga and surroouding distrh t, and also his old friends of Belthanga, Granya, Bandy Creek, andtbitta'blitta that ho is now B c rryiln"?lobusioess Uppositu the Post- ofice, V?donga, as ': . . FAMILY: GROCER; DRA-ER,:" IRONMONGER, and GALVANISED IRON -,and .. WIRE MERCHANT. CHAFF, OATS, and PRODUCE STORIE. The TEAS supplied are Specially Selected, aid .the ::W ole of h'iie Groceries are oftheBest,, Well-known Brands. Crockerryware of all. Desci?iptios. I LUtE? STOCK 01 READY--MADE CLOTIfING TO BE, SAOCRI LoEIl D, bing'tho' balance of the stoc k ofto helate, A rilaton ad.Co. SbENT' CLOTiNiG ?DE 'T0 ORDER. L ARGE 8TOCK'0 F,PAT ' TERNS TO hOOSE IROM. .: I .., Al ; iG.,. LE S?OCK OF 1NW\. SEASON'S .PRIR\T8 Fi d'I ; Js' 61 A. DOZESN i ,RD , ; : ;. .Us8 OFii ALL..OJuAL PR0DUCJE, 1i{ils 'an Sd li ofD ;i )criptions, at SI?GEST ?IEST lKET i?LU... " .. " . .. AGET fore LTGI-TBOUND'S SAW ILLS GEORGE'S CREEIK. WHodonga, Albury, N.S.V., &...

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THE MINERS ANNIVERSARY AT BETHANGA. THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

THE MINEBS' ANNIVERSARY AT BETIIANGA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPON'DENT.) THE SPORTS. The festivities in connection with the first anniversary of the Bethanga Branch of the A.M.A., whicih took place oil the 17th instant, were a great success in every way. The weather was oeverything that could be wished for, and visitors arrived from all quarters, somnce members from the Granym branch also coining down. The nmembers of the branch, wearing rosettes, anssd headed by the brass band, preceded iy the magnificent banner of the Croswick branch of thie association (kindly lenout for the occasion), imarched iu procession fromn their ofice to the Park, where a liberal day's sport.had been arranged for,. and soon all was life and, excitement. Everybody and his wife were there, and all seeined to have thoroughly made up their minds to make the most of the important occasion then being celebrated. W"hen one looks back over the past twelve months, and thinks of the many hard fightse and struggles this...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

THE CONICERT. Under the auspices of the Bothlnuga brIulh of thu A.M.A., the Wodonga Minstrolu gave a grand entertainment in the local hall en St. Patrick's night. The fame of the minstrels had preceded them, and they didnot belie their reputation, for it is n exaggeration to say that, such aln exhibition of talent has rarely bloul given in any up-country town-oven hy professionals. Th hall waee literally packud from flour to ceiling, over 200 per s)nn being preount. With ,Mr A. Chap man as musical director, Mr S. Mason as stag manuager, aud the inovitable Kin?g as '"hones ' and Kirkham "'tamebo, everything was at falt; while a buhotter orchestra thaun Mossrs LIunbourno (violin), Trudorwindl (cornet). Flddus (first violin), and Chnalpmi (pian) could hardly be wishud fur. Thoir overture opened the hall, and the oniunlng chorus having baun rondured by tho. coulpany, the flun wita facta nd- furious. Mr H.-S.. Muir-COn tribetutl his old favoiites "H+ rkl! the drum and ' "Only one,' nand ...

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MINING BOARD ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

MINING BOARD ELECTIONS. jTO TII EEDITOR OF TILE SiNTINEL. Sti,-Now.tlhat thebelcttions for seats in .thleu various mininng boardo have been doetermined, dind tihe question of the better regulation of mliniig -biard elections is likely'toi bb' dealt with by the eiis'uiii Parlinienit, I would arespectfully bog ii ,nall space iit your issue in order to bring? to notice the desirability of the mining community and mIining boards generally giing their 'co-operation to.any eflrBts likely od be ndmds towards removing the g ress abuses that ars openly ,practised at those elections. " The existing law is appa rently;.powverless to deal. with the. evil, which was never imore apparent than dur .ing the election of the membier for this division; and I trust, for thesoake of thosd meintberas;vhd have honestly .aud. fairly. woo their seats, that the scandalous and lbrofaeced pratieos that ,wore resorted to will hdver ocadr agaiu I db not wonder, .aftir echat'hu come under my own obser;. c atidl, ...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

bYIZE2'I'E V7'ILVEý: GoLo:Mscxo Ln socs DcOLltU o Yor . UBdeuIiVortlr Districit.-lfidigu' (Ohiltelrl ) Diviesiun.-J. 11. VJ ylnollll,: 1a lr! 22p; I.. Ul, Burns, and: another, 6a 2r S4p· . UJ."l L3urnosJ 1e Or.4p, r'a - AYLIWAITZOI Fbs AtGULU NIuiou LEASH Be clscswrtsiDsOLrsst.-Isidigo (Osiltuer) -Div-ieiun:s?-G..ill..I!- Burns; 10a` ir .:30p;: G oldus: .iar.. - :1 , : i.. CIOLD M5t~ Le O' f1V53 11uecll oPtls l)istriCt.-Msitta M1 1itta Divsisoss:-L. lie: Iersoo; 25as Is Greenss 'Creek; L. liuiidwaoss, 17a Ir:4tp, Greess a 'Creak.. API's'ICvTTONe NORL Lr.sora AsI'sovI'. .SIls,.Oslis,: 1luorasnnnrs&lighosg, 4; 0 .Artlhur laud, Cuuldgewv 1'JU r F: 10 ?. Lt:Dorsslro Al,.o v(:n. . no: Stamssp, 142i, Dosd;;;p Illargarut E. M'l'11reo, 318;a, Thowgla Dariu Leyongoi9 121;',· tI' ; ::.. Renry Edwanlr. ,li, lelvuhir Wt A:lfid Brittoss .117o, Yack:;ulosduiL -l s .1. J. MhCillop, Slit, Dsderasg J.. J K"ogiusn, 162n, DI2 eno:r u Mastin Walsh, 320a,,Kergonyah North Ty Skiisng, 20a Gustidow...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

Mobongn & " Oit?OlSo cntilllh "Awake ! Arise I Or be for ever fallen 1" S-MIILTos. FRIDAY, MARCE, l 26, .1886. IT is so unusual to find our shire council taking any notice of the general interests of thie town, that Mr. STREET'S spirited remarks at the last meeting of the council upon the changing station question came updn us quite as a pleasant surprise. The ef'ect of the council's excellent resolu tion upon the subject has also been of the happiest nature. At the request of Mr TUTIrLL, M.P., whose early efforts promise well for his future use fulness, Mr GILLIES at onco agreed to postpone the threatened changes for a fortnight, in order that the represon itions of Wodonga might be heard. It is time that arrangements were mado for submitting the local case to the Minister of Railways; for 1Mr SPEIGHT is ever prompt when he has some scheme on hand to injure this town. It must not be forgotten that this changing station question goes deeper than appears upon the surface. The...

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ALBURY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

ALBURY. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Wednesday. On Saturdtay last we had a break in the usual monotony, a fire breaking out in the premises of Mr Howard, upholsterer. The fire brigade put in an appearance, but there being no water available, their services were of little use, the establish ment being totally destroyed. The fire is stated to have occurred through the desire of an apprentice to make himself proficient in the art of smoking. £150 is the amount his experiment will cost the in- surance companies, and £300 the gentle- man who emplays the intelligent youth. There is nothing like a suit of police- man's uniform to bring out any latent energy contained in the human frame. This was attempted on Saturday evening. An elderly party had occasion to resist the impertinence of some few larrikins, and was immediately pounced upon by six feet of officialdom and run in on the usual "drunk and disorderly" racket. What astonished the crowd was a two-yard policeman, exerting himself ove...

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THE ALBURY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 March 1886

THE ALBURY ROAD. Advantage was taken of the presence in Wodonga on Wednesday of Mr J. Ferguson, M.L.A., to make a tour of inspection of the Albury road, the main- tenance of which is at present sorely exercising the minds of the Wodonga Shire Council. Councillors Bambrick and Ferrier, with the superintendent of works and one or two private gentlemen, formed the party. Along the road, halts were made at various intervals. Although the day was beautifully fine, the drive was rendered anything but pleasant by the jolting, occasioned by the cab getting into a rut every now and then. Before going any distance, it was manifest that the road was sadly in need of repair, and the rains which may be expected any day will only intensify the wretchedness of its condition. The railing, too, is crumbling in more than one place, two posts having disappeared altogether ; while the absence of a rail is frequently brought under one's observation. The worst of all, however, is the deplorable condition...

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

UGr E O. LEI GH .H T :O. B EGS t. inform thie inlibiltants of Wodonga ind surrounding district, and also his old friends of. Bethanga, Granya, Sandy Crook, andlMi n lltta, that he iso earr ring on business oppositu the Pust-oltice, W'odonga, as :. ,i ' ! FAMILY GROCER, DRAPER, IRONMONGER, 'arid GALVANISED :IRON and MOIRE MERCHANT. it 1 CHAFF, OATS, and PRODUCE STORE. " The TEAS supplied are Specially Selected, and the Whole of the Groceries ire of the Best Well-known Brands: F Criocleryware of Xall Descriptions. LARGE STOCKi OF READY-MADE CLOTHING TO BE SAORIFICED, loing the balance of the stook of tihle lrto A Fullartoi trd Coy GENT'S CLOTHING MADE.. TO ORDER. LARGE STOCK OF PATTERNS .0 C0OSE F008PROM\ LARGE ISTOCK OF NEW. SEASON'S PS RINTS FROM 3s Gd A DOZEN YARDS. BUYERS OF ALL LOCALr:PRODUCE, Hides an? d Skins of all Descriptions, at II:IIST MARKET VALUE?: AGENT' for LIGH?TBOIVTD'S .SAW MILLS, GEORGE'S CREE' E, STANLEY° AND M?UIR, Wodonga, Albury, N.S.W., & 80 King. Stre...

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TALLANGATTA RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

* TAbLLA4XG4TTI'i 4ACES. FIRSIL DAY. The annual mneting of the.Beonambra anid Tallangatta Jocky Club was com muencod on 'Tuesday last, in "the presence "of about (100 spectators. The rpcing was ;good. .The following are the results: MiAIDEN iLATE.. Quail ... ... ... 1 Donor ... . .. ... ... 2 S mogene.. 3, Three started. ,Quail won by a length and a half. ' JUVENIIE SAIKES. Riverbillo ... ..... 1 Fly ... ... .... ... 2 SQuail ' 3 Seven started. Good iace: W1on by : a neck. 5BENAMIBRA HANDICAP. Shaughraun ... Roxanne :. .i. 2. Cyclone .. 3 Four contested. Won by two' lengths. HANDICAP UURDLE RACE Pinwiro .. . ... ,1 SSultan ...., . 2. Songster '. 3. Won easily; the last.named falling at tihe second last hurdle,. S HIERLU.D" CUP. Coup d'Etat .. ... 1 Songster .. Subadah ... ... 3 Close finish. SELLING RACE. Robin ... ...... . ;. 1 Revengea .. ... 2.. 2 Watertight . .. 3 This was a good race, and won by a length. . SECOND DAY. A large gathering again asseombled on Tuesday. Tile results...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. GOLD MINING LEASES DECLARED VOID. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

G-4ZR'I' l' ArO?'fO&'. Cow 11{NOiu Lr oºtitocLuuL.I) VOID. U echwodrtlh D riotrlt.-Beeehwurth.;Ili viiu i,=A. Ltimd , 21i Or 1)p,' IfrtLefourd uthois, 14a Or liip, 1)art lticcc, W. Wye ando uu,theoc9 1Ln Or 2]p, ),Rior.L 'Pcwkur aid otlhcers, 181 ir 7p, Green's Oiuuk." kLirE'oc 4NOT GOiTLNmi) Ari'iCATbo a rvol Lawos Arr'ItOVr.ii Alfred J1. Capini, Miirraciicriocibccig, l1a 2r18p " Joliii Bcwranc, lackaccdacdah,' 103A Or John Kearccy, Buthcacg, J Or 34p. *APrLICATION8 SoiL OaAN'A\ Arri'OVEDc. 'iVi. B. Mitchell, Biccccroicg, 2Oi.

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICES. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

RECEI.PT AVD PAY OFFICES.. \VOPUNGA.-: Tho following iconunts aro, awaiting :paymont;-lItyyn.and T nylor, T. K.IBar. nlott, and NI. Lawson (2). A. Germen oiragyman and aen ]n'lieh gil with roeooanttiJideas wore earried' on on eoockrg in til)o Aroatp OQwoo rpountly.

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ALBURY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

ALBURY. (FROM OUTR oWeT CORREPONDEOT.) Wednesday. The first thing to threaten destruction to Now South Wales was the news that the uniforms for the local volunteers had arrived. The two companies had been prepared to stand a lot, but this was more than human nature could possibly stand, and they went in detachments to take a view (and got it), of their now accoutre. monts. It was smooth sailing until the I ariots tried on their uniforms-that was the last bit of hay that caused the cainel to collapse. There was any amiiount of fight in themn, but when it comne to doing battle in a coat three inches.too small in the sleooves and a liair of unmentionables having a great likeness to a flour bag on a vine stick; their patriotismebecamo like a local government official-it left. ' And now we have every, ajppearanace of a mutiny. The "permanently- oenlarged - to-40. pages" is indignant at an,', arbitrary regu. lution " that, compels peo pl to resmove their packing cases off the footpath. An...

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BISMARCK'S IMPLACABLE WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

BISM&ARCK',S IMPLAUABLE WILL. Bismarck set out in life with certain political.ideats tud convictions from which toe had -nlvor swurrved. To hlil the suvereign is the stalte. He rules by divine authority, and thie peole exist for hil anuld for thu .privileged order who are the .buttresses of his throne. Any conception of popular rights is lquite foreign to the Chancullor's modes of thinking. A .kingdom or an empire is something to be instituted and enlarged for the benefit -of t piarticular family, in whllo the kingly or .illtUprial dignity and power atr hereditary " by the grace of God." As tor.the monatrcl's subjects, they must be .content to devote ai considerable per. cenitago of their earnings or their income to thle uaitlltuntnce of royal caste; and Imusot .also be prepared to dedicate soma yeara •otf the best portion of their lives to military :hervice, ulitl toslaughter or be slaughtered wlhenver their absolute Imaster wills it .no. JUismllarlc, in fact, is a military...

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COMPARATIVE COAST OF MONARCHY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

,'OMPA.OATJ.l'V - "0.I ,o : . .. ; , MUNAJIIY. A local correspoundent coutribabes tile followiing:--- -. "'lThuer isno 'sovureignty in any first *tate stistu which costs so little to the people as does the monarchy in England. If thu civil list of Eugland-that is, thl onunuy paid uut of taxus for tie support <if the mlsnrolly-hu compared with what is paid ill other empires, it will be fulnd tlat their -.overotgns cost from three to four times as*inuchl us ours. Tlhe civil list of Germany amounts to £615,004, iexclusive of a vast revenue froul private Iliropurty; the incomeo of the Russian Ihtlpurial familyisRstimated at £2,000,000, ilsu.irrespective of privatu property; the Emperor of Austria has a civil list amiounting to £930,000; und thle Italian civil list a-uiounts to £050,000, tlhe largo Cruan llkudsh having beoo given up to the Statu. The -ost of tile monarchy in England is ts follows: Civil list annually voted to the Queen ... ... 385,000i Annual graiits to other ...

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

JOHN G. WIGG, HOaii STEE.T, WODOnGA, 'Vholesale and Retail B U T C H E RI. The oldest.establialed IButcery in Wodoaga.. Al IMEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on lind. 'Smiall Goods of evyry description. : SIIDES and SKINS' PURCHASED.' 4 ENERAL BLACKSdITH AND' "?. ' "FARRIER,; Elgin streot(near railwaycrossing), Wododga. J. LAMBOURN Begs to thank his numerous customers for past favors, and hopes to still merit a continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMIPLEMENTS REPAIRED. IHORSESHOEING A SPECIALITY. Why ? Because they are shod according to art and suitable to nat rce. MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND Farrier, BBEGS to return thanks to his customers for the liberal patronage they have bestowed on him, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a con tinuance. Address-Hume street, near Railway! Goods Sheds. Wodonga. JAMES GRANT, FARRIER AND GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTI'A. ALL KINDS of TURNING done on the premises, and repairs effected in a workmanlike style. GENERAL BLACKSMITH, KIEWA._ . H. ...

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