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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 6th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL     TUESDAY, 6TH April     Present-The president (Cr Paton), in   the chair ; and Crs , Stewart, Larsen Dyring, Dobinson, Carkeek, and Thomson MINUTES.                 'lho iiiiniutcs-of tliuo pisreaious'neting wore read nid confiriiod. CORILIESPONDENCE. From the OChief Secretary's Oflice, advising that, il colmpliance with the council's request, the 30thi and. 31st eli. had been appointed holidays at Tallan gatta.-Received. From tihe Undor-Trnasurer, forwardit,'_ a form to be followed in complying with, the provisions of1 hlie Treasurer's request, contained it a previous letttir, Iskiig for assistance in determining the price of a victualler's liconse.-Attueded to. From the saame, enclo3isig an account for completion.-R eceived. Froim the isame, notifyieg, in reforeanc to tho. council's applicat...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECHOES FROM CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

L'tI0E .FRROM CORRYUYO~N. The water faniie hiut set in il earnest. The Ourryong township is cumpletely dried up, with the only (or likely) exception of nsomue whiskey and beer "barrels, which 5s0nl still to hold out; but how long these wilb contiedu to run, under this excessively Ali, pressure, is not easily to be con jeclured. Every inhabitantt in this lively townshilp has to take rulnning exercise, encumbered with barrels and buckets, c&., to the nearest running estreaL, several unilts distant, for the unedlul daily supply -if water. It is to he hoped that this little stream will hold out until fresh sup. plies are granted. School children are obliged to bring a bottle of water for their use to school. It looks rather interesting to see children marching to school, eachf tenderly nursing a bottle. The telegraph poles are erected from Corryong to Towong townships, and will reach by the end of the week, as far as Tintaldra. The line is expected to be in working order by the ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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FEMALE CHARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

FEMALE CHARMS. Mr J. 0. Bray, Chief Secretary of ;South Australia (who, by the bye, has recently become a convert to protection) is .a pretty cunning man, and knows how to get out of a fix when he finds himself in one. When Mr Stuart Cumberland, the celebrated thought-reader, was holding a .seance recently in Adelaide, Mr Bray was one of the subjects upon whoma he .operated. When the Chief Secretary was .asked to fix his attention on the most .charming and beautiful lady in the room, ]he selected another manm's wife who was in the roms, although Mrs Bray was there too. The beautiful lady was soon discerned by the thought-reader, who .sanded hlra bouquet, and the audience cheered. There was one face, however, .theatsmiled not, and that was Mrs Bray's, Ass amnaa Mr Bray saw the fix he was in. eand the unpleasant experience he was likely , haLre when his better half amet hit:.: : ?at, or,lurcahfedan explanation. I: .11?i: a?;I that when lie was requested to i.l;:;.,d.he moast beautiful...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

GRATITUDE. The gratitude which exhibitasitself, not in mere words only, but in coin of the realm, is so rare nowadays that no instance of it should be overlooked by a virtuous Press. The Queensland Minister for Works responded favorably to a request made to him by a township in the West, and so touched with his benignity were those warm-hearted people that they resolved to mark their gratitude by ten dering him a present. They met, decreed that the present should consist of a gold scarf-pin, and that its value in the market, if ever the honorable recipielt should find it necessary to negotiate with his uncle, should be £4. Thereupon the citizens broke up, and left the rest to be settled by their representative men, who, being members of the committee of the South Warrego Hospital, at once voted that the £4 should be paid-out of the hospital funds. The primitive vir tues are not yet all dead.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

ALBURE1 (FMOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) r -,"lr a " Wl-ednessday.. S n inadvertence' in my lis coininim. scnhotn, the poagsigph referring to to the liconed . victuallorsl. road "profcessional l ifiilHar - " 1ý lili0-"bf' r"profcssioinal publicans." This latter twas the intention to distinguish the popular licensed vic tuallor:fronttlshoclass thatbarm victuallers,. .but ltainago, somnphp,:,to dojlgei licann, withli good, result to the shanty. As to being taken holme on a ishutter, we have oxperienced the sensation--in Victoria. AnyltoisC c untdispuingesumintr sq1surlIlgal bonirfunc si ivnointsridu?isll,tthoyl being~ ?s tomaliorao a. class as thoro. is ins. thcomn. Great accounts nore coming in ",fidm: Sili tsr's Creek as to the gold finds. The no'i?uclaims arorer drolins i"rjid results a 8 dotlwn, realising, over 20 oz. A Melbourne capitalist ptlforidcono batch of prospecctors L300 for their claim, and L10IT for a tonth share in hany. of them. The!ground is easily worked, the 7--tons l...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

j Wheat, 4s or bushel of G01b 'Flour'(l no, £D:lOs per' tohlmr bianoo b Pollard, is 2d perjbuslseliu v;tialnup tol Bran, is 2d per bushel Maize, 4s per bushel 601b Barley, 3as Gd per bushel 501b Oats (N.Z.), 3s 3d per bushel 401b Oats (colonial), 2s hd porhlpushel 0Qlb? - Hay (now), £3 10s to £4 pe'r. t'dnt ý. Straw, £2 per ton' Cloeso,(distriet), 10dto Is -, -r Btitttr'(frelh),; is2d p? lb;'hsaltnominal. Bacon, -ls perlbr ' !,I Eggs,p'lsepr dozoin Potatoes (now), 7s per owt Peas, 4s ld per bushel ........ OnQions, 4s ld per cwt Store cattle, £4 10s to £510s - Fat cattle, 20s to 25s per 1001b . Fat woethers, 8s to 8s Gd; extra good, 9a Store ?eihlhb i 6sýGd to ?`(df I ll Broeding owe, 3a tbo 7sld.£ Lt $i -1i

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

COMMLERCIAL. -.---c----- l id r WODONGA. SThe following are the latest quota. Stions : r Flour, £910s perton -" [ Wlibat, 4s per Ishelf'-":w' 1) r lra ,ii:t l a WIhitioats,3s per bushel" [ Brown oats, 2" 3d per bushrel., :. ,, Cape barley, 3s 6d per bushel e English barley, 4s per bushel [ Bran, is 2d per bushel I 1 a Pollard, is 3d per bushel I Ohaif, £3 5s to £4 per ton STay, £410s por ton SPotatoes (Warrnambool);.:£6 ierlton a Peas,4s 3d poi' bushloln<-k',a ,r4iv?v . Iizepobushpelr ý , vbo .; "iA ;) sI Butter (fresh), is 2d per lb 10i) SButter (potted),,10d porlb I'j, -,nrI. a I *Honoe,;3:k pnr lb. ~( Ital. ur sr

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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SPRINGDALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

,;:SPJ >7)GDALL B49S6'" ho priglao Raicing "Club's' ftlirra nlnutal inoetil 1oo ico ,pilacet)ie clii's courso, at Spriiigdaleo ,,oi6 riday, tl'llli instant. ' Tlh clubivas iiartiuhwrly.for tunato. In thefolirfst.placo;ith,weatltoer was' evierything: that cofld(j bo: desired. Although somIowliat threatohiiig .over i. i',,th o',niouiaiilg?n's' aUih' s 'to' teihpt ovoen teli farieor8 ain?ithiir homeliitoead-, notwilthltadiiil'igtheir diaiipt?i iti 6efili"h thle nldii: rivil af'o:_thla'lo l 'doked-for rain. ,Tjei.courso is situated.about tlir miles' frdm Botlianga,- onli'o Tiilliintatta road, at nS iring,,COr'e;. alnd was largely jiatirfsoiaed frbin tho' .wliolo of 'ti'' 'asu'r 'roifdiiig'district,' Tallhiuigatti also being coiispicutusi by its 'prisobce'' ,n'lio fields wore very godo, thl'dato;eof tio;'iiboting mflling in so as ,t.onfortahlly /llowd tli hlorsos ,hfroii' 'thl o, 'uroiiilig annual %inh'etings to put' inia' a(lty'lhero s'nd try tlier luck iagni"Tlio racing 'sii, also i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

I- - " . . . . . . . . . -Grreat Clearing Sale. IN THE ASSrGNED ESTATE OF W. D. MI'GEOCHI SWODONGA.,. C B MERCER, :Havinig Puichased the above. Estate from the .Trustees at aW large discount for cash,,,is enabled to offei ti; the ladies and thle inhabi tants of Wodonga and the surrounding dis trict'the whole of the T, . ELL ASSORTED STOCK, SAt Prices ine'ver beforie known in the district, S. . ONSISTING OF- IIOSIERYj , . SIBBONS ,... " ". , . . ,, . CALICOES, v LINEN,, •P". 'I Ts, . ..... '. .- DIAPER,,- * S , ,,SATEENS,, IIOLLANDS, QuiLýTs, and Which willi be: marked, in red figures at less than -wholesale prices. IVMEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, 'CROCKERY, &C. STHE STOCK IS 'BEING RE-MARKED DOWN TO SUCH PRICES AS WILL COMMAND A QUICK AND READY SALE,, ONE. VISI T-WILL PROVE, :TAT: IN.i ALL DEPARTMENTS. THERE"-ARE SBARLGAJNS BARGAINS. _BARGAINS. The. Fittings, Horses and Carts will be For Sale. S:GRAND EXHIBITION OF , - ....-.. . * . . , J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, HoI Sraser, WODO?OA, Wholesale and Retail BU T C H E R. The oldesteetablished Butchery ia Wodongs. Al MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Small Goods ot every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. G ENERAL BLACKSMITH AND l. Eginiat(near railwy crossnlg), * , _-dodga J. LAMBOURN Begs to thank his numerous customers tor 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 nat on. MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND ,Farrier, ]3EGS 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. Wodongs. JAMES GRANT, tFARRIER AND GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA. ALL RINDS of TURNING done on the premises, and repairs effected in a workmanlike style. G~ERAL BLACKSMITH, KIEWA. M. E. CLUNE BDEGS to inform the public of Kl...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICES. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

RECOEIPT ANDý PAY OFFICE.S: WODONGA. Lenses Awniting Dolivory.-J. P.) Lonolsen, J. Hanna, Ellen Waller, Ilan nnh C otty., , .: . LIone Awaitin&g Execution.-Thomae Ovown Grants.-Lukbns, and i[netors, A. J. Adsmn, S, E. Adinmn, , Timothy BN'tiii,

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

BEGS to inform tho inhabitants of Wodonga and surrounding district, and also his old friends of B?thanga, Granya, Sandy Creek, and Mitta Mitta, that ho is now carrying on business opposit thoe Post-office, Wodonga, as FAMILY GROCER, DRAPER;. IRONMONGER, and GALVANISED IRON and WIRE MERCHANT. CHAFF, OATS, and PRODUCE STORE. The TEAS supplied are Specially Selected, and the Wrhole of the Groceries are of the Best Well-known Brands. Crockeryware of all Descriptions. LARGE STOCK OF READY-MIADE CLOTHING TO BE SACRIFICED, being the balance of the stock of the late A. Fullarton and Co. GENT'S CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. LARGE STOCK OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM.. LARGE STOCK OF NEW SEASON'S PRINTS FROM 3s Gd A DOZEN YARDS. BUYERS OF ALL LOCAL PRODUCE, Hides and Skins of all Descriptions, at HIGHEST MARKET VALUE. AGENT for .LIGHTBOUND'S SAW MILLS, 'GEORGE'S CREEK. STANLEY ?AND MUIR,.: Wodonga, Albury, N.S.W., & 30 King Street, Melbourne. Railway, Shipping, Custom House & Com missio...

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SCALP HUNTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

SCALP BUNTERH. Among the different dodges adopted by the noxious animal hunters of N.S.W. to earn an honest shilling is the prudent practice of lifting kangaroos' scalps with the ears attached and then letting the animals do, or die, at their own discretion. As a rule they do, and, as far as increas ing their species goes, they do remarkable well indeed. Sometimes the kangaroo objects to the operation, and darts off through the bush with his scalp hanging on by a thread and dancing up and down like the lid of a kettle ou the boil. A few daysago, ahighly-respctabl Cootamundra citizen, who earns a precarious living as bellman and special correspondent of the "'Even Ooze," saw a wallabystumIble overa log while running across a paddock, and the top of its head fell down a hole and was lost. He went over and spent half an-hour assisting to search for the missing topknot, but withcut success, after which the animal remarked that it had a con tract for pulling down 17 miles of wire fencing...

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PICNIC AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

PICNIC AT ALBURY. Tuesday jpaj:'Arlbiti?f'dr,ssoedl'in all its ala costume, the occnsin boine that, for he first time, the Licensed Victuallors' s4sociation had determined to hold high hpliday..?, When the idea, was;frst oririgi; patod, th6 outsiders rather' tioied tli o'idea with contompt. But, when the "drawers bf boer and vendors of spirits" tako a thing in'hand,lthoy moan hbupips!s.,0> 1d thie ovent under notice was no exception, Onceaet on foot, all the mombors of tlheo ussociation ontered heartily -.into .. the. ,aatf?er:' Oiving 'tp the irPt 1,htofixfxd clashing ";itlh other' amniusedmnts, an alteration was dooined necessary, but tlhis in no. way,.interffoold:.vitl.its, d ltilnat uccess A ke' iiinspBitioni:lnbehilf:ofthli ommittee.'reail6ed' in' the ieolootion of awksviow as thoelikoliost;spot, and it oing' k?dkilldl 'g/flitbdb li tlth6 ariv: er, operations a oneo commoenegl. JThe sight of an old homosted, no prettieisportcould have been choseni 'hidsdit rolloots credit al...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY 13th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

WVODONGA H1HREgC!QUlCIL. , j TonsDn.;i 1th ArPmIL. I':1.a "f Prcsnt--Crs Nownan (prcsldent),. DBam-rn brick,' i Foirbfr,Pidarnabyf Ztrnet t aitdPil Dibley. Tle niiauto f ?hh. irous-a iverb road and conf1 dut)Ilii.td' ? ,. . I, , '¢'I; RRSPONDE?:",' ,?; 1 /jFraai.'E. 'Giles, h'n".Ba a , ,asking. oo;dperatioiiinTiiquc- inen t,;ldutotheo.: Railway Dolfai'?ishEit6 i- h?f fr r 'Estor, adO hristmas', holidays anfirat anidnaecond ,-; 'cla?ss tiolets'avlrilablo?ball thlelines inl the . ibldy for £5 and £3 respectirely .-Ru.hi , cooled. incronbi e -itth •ecentiIilitih lirwould b held o it l atit ii?i ol . i , Froml the 'Lreasuro;,?lCal bourno, for wardliig iglaliTpqt" thetl rttih )of. -whiclh shlould be fl 8 ]d'litnP'?suing a victuallor'sliconso;-i-Rcccivcd--- Froam- iublo-ainela -tt o thloecal .boahd, of tlilla'flitiilg-$tlictt wa~eslaasa- fdf i?. every loclil board of health to have andlyajsil tdej ofd-?li 1.&l~tis?iti~cs , of' Frot secretary for Public Works, il-· 'fdrhfinig coutn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

or FEW smalln mobsof fat CATTLE?will al A. be taken into my addocks this sea 'on ht Ud'perhead per niglit.q! i, =.,u 1 :' JOHN MORRISON, Wodonga. L AVoOJ.A :A '"IK fj5 E hor S All GOATS found TRESPASSINW on . Dougharty, Son, and Parker's:Paddocks after htis'date will be destroyed.' Sr . rETER, PWILSON,' td odongs, 1 tlthFobruzlry, 189b.. Y !.1 to Notice. to OOD ACCOMMODATION for STOCK Sfin) myflaildocks tI (luigSil,fUppur 's Murray, at a moderato charg .?-.er..weoek. SPatddolks well watered, a crek ,runing to through. .c' ,,' t I AGNES GARING. M- Mountain Yie,'3l1t Maryh?) r ie 1o abjt ui. For Sale,f ".,J, .,,," ,l: Ib I utt, pJendhdgrazing PADDOCK of 300 L hre'(sli, oe'eor less), sitoatbdd kbioit t wb t ie ondtalladfm from Wodonsa,' on thl i lidl le Creekdibinlt, tintll; nwnas ,,,Statr'.l ran ddocks." The improvements co0n oih o ik 'RA d ily, wcllinghotnq atnd out. t, houses, splamdid gardoen toc cbd with fruit w trees, &o.; thifciiinig nearly new and'part °o ,spheopji~6bf~...

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LABOR REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

LAB0OR IEPREESENT1ATIVE* ,? The working cistses of, u g.ln.d nutstel Inisorablj' !inis tffded if rth. reamt + betteiring, their pi?ditio .L ] sondijig, " labour representatives" into Parliamont. Something in thoe atmosphere of the ho`so as at present constituted, convorta `th? sturdiest .ofl Radicals into thoe Imost contoeiptibl of toa(ldies.: J plfy ? rdli (ti reoognised working fcnil's apostlo, and haes doan good work for his class in days goes, by. Now he is a senator and-a courtier.t Speaking at a dinnor given inl his honor it the Nationel Lieira' Ol"bicJosoelh.?rphIi seized thel oplortunity to Jxtravag nily beslaver that truly Radical iustitutijni thp Prico of,\Vales. And this man wa? sol dtl by tho people to uphold the rights of labor , and .to donounco class-distinction. H.R.H. hns shaken hands with him, uwbi tess,,acd.' bohold. the n\olrnuicholy rodse lt.ltiswokthlof note, by,tice 'w'ay that Reynolds, the loading genine Rand ciI po'gan, in Eegjýs?].gap 2ne rs to "iavo bilfof...

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 9th APRIL. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M.; T. C. Reidy and H. Street, J.P.) UNREGISTERED DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

WfOYDONGf'"F:POLIUEU. GO. UR.,. . t , " .. :i 1 .ldlTR i DO Y .:r~r ,t',d ·v F icu e, 9h li hAt?.a (]Before Mefsisrs IV..,H,rjFoasor,. P.M? ;T j' Riiidy antd H'. Areut, JP). Ubt liEGI5TEltCD 0008 tu0 0 ' ,' TDylidd: (d6L o?l?Ber :fo Wodong 1 iBire)' VJdailCeIi'urr.u byiab g tbie owineet t of teorw unreristir'd (6''") Dofendant t sid?hlle on .,dog did ibt beldoig to him; Swhile the, other ,cwas no( six niolilihs old yet;i, Tihe ofticdr, sta6d 'o iiid' aoeoi' the ,'o o dogs ou :defendiatts a premisiie, annd ofeoildantas .wif ,had .admnittc ono i?bg l belonged i to.lhor, ,but shle deiied thel t oenorship of tih? other.;· iGeo:rge Hidks b was chlloeld lib the defoeidant;:and doposed ithat he hlad leflt one odbg otii defendant's 1(r'iiies'lii fdi'"Mrs 'Boyd"' *;Fined'e7s Gd, wiitll5?s .o ts.'"' . ? " ia hi' Joehiii Sod?t, :simnilar offence (00 ociise), Dfeldalnil inailitincd. thal t thlisuwas anotlich iiitiiic:d' of 'the biti6r" diiiary inunonbr of do," tlati':ibis' which ero not yet sic...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !" —MILTON. FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 April 1886

toboltgllg 4- "olong ?cntnlct. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" --MILTOc. .FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1880. AT length, the "LGrand Old lan'" has placed before the Imperial Parliament his scheme for the long-demanded benefit of Ireland, and, in ' speech of over threo hours' !duiration, in .which the veteran surpassed himself, showed the victory he has so far achieved. It proves conclusively that, by a master stroke, he has, to a great extent,, succeeded in eflecting a, combination of a probable lasting character between the Irish Nationalists and the.English Liberals. As. is already appareht, epansy a tough battle will be fought 'before the victory is complete, and many a day will elapse before the issue of the QusEE's summons for the assembling of an Irish Parliament, but the victory is none the less an assuied' one. ;The proposal of the Premier allows for the creation of two distinct branches of the Legislature. This,. in itself, is but equal to that which all tie colonies enjoy. We, ...

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 April 1886

COMMERCIAL". ---ý-- . WODONGA. The following ar the 'latest quota tiontla : Flour, £10 per ton W'heat, 4s 2d per bushol White oats, 3s )ot' bushel Brown onts, 2s 3l per bushel Calp barley, 3ns tid per Iushol English barley, 4s per bushel ]lTan, is 2d peri bushel PT I1 trd, Is 3d per bushol Chall; £4 i5 to £5 pur toin inTa, £5 per ton . . Potatoes (Warrnanmnbol), £a 1)er ton Peas, 4s 3d per bushel mlaize, 4Is per bushel Butter (fresh). is (;d per lb B?lttr (potted), 1s per lb Eggs, Is Gd per dozens ]honeoy, 3d per lb.

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