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LOCAL LAND BOARDS. WODONGA. WEDNESDAY, 14th JULY. APPLICATIONS UNDER 32ND SECTION, L. A. 1884. RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 July 1886

LOCAL LAND BOARDS. WODONGA. WEDNESDAY, 14th JULY.     APPLICATIONS UNDER 32ND SECTION, L.A.   1884. RECOMMENDED. 1. Jamidson A. Dickson,. 400 cres, black 28;'' randuda--Reo. 2.5'acres' 3. John I?urnmody, 400 acres; block 28, araitdnda--Reo . 245 acres 4. l'atrick: Quirk, 4S0 acres, block 40, ]arandndal--Nortbhornalf 5. Thomas Cox, 30 acres, block 4A, Bar. nowartlhi North. 6. Jamries:Richardson", 110 acres; block 30, Barnawartha North;' ., i. S8. .Jaica F. Coulatou, 330 acres, black 32, Barnawartha North 10. Mario Richardson, 330 acres, block 2, Barnawartha North 12. William Dlnaher, 00 acres, block 4.4, .Barnawarthh South . , , " 13. John Martin, 00 ncres, block' 5., Bar., iawartha Soith " " i . . . 15. Jasper Noewson; 303. acres, block ,n; Barnawarthl South--Northern portion ' 10. \William White, 3C0 acres, block 5n, Bartuinwartli South-Southorn 'portion . 17. Ellon Mather, (100 acres, blook 10; Bothang-Ree, 250 acres 20. James! Egan, 500' acr...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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LAND NOTICES. NEW LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 July 1886

LAND NOTICES NEW LICENSES APPROVED.   Wm, Brown, 20a, .Tanganmblainga , SJohn Oummins, 20a, Bondgilla Thomas Oahill,,20a, Tangambalanga- I S Geo. Collifis, 20a, Thowgla S R. Dunstan,.20a, Tangamnbalauga S Robort Drummiond,19a, Talgarno 4. Robert Eveston,-20a,.Ta.ngambalanga John Golds 20a, Borriiiga Annio M'Glonchy, 20a, Tangambalanga r Mary J. Poasloy, lla, Wodongaf Waltor Paul, 20a. Yackandaidaih, S: Fredk; Pitinigor;7a, Bnrringa . Timothy Ryan, 12a, Wodouga S A. M. Wallaco,20 20a, Kurguyah Daniel O'Noill, 19a, Taitgambalauga S Ah Quong, 20a, 'rlanlgambalanga r Alox. Armstrong, 20a, Borringa. I. Hnry Shiith,'18a, Colac.Colao ." d John Button, 20a, Thowgla Edwin Bakor, 1ia, Yackandandah W. J. Cleo, 20a. Yackandandah ' Alox. Cardwoll, 20a, Wagni r Filn Co, 14a, lBorringa Y Goo..R. Gren, lla, Tawanga. 0 'Wni. Hunt,20a,. Burrowyo' 11 Robarb Jamieson, 20a, Tangambalanga Thos. Loy, 17a, Tatonna 1 Miliael ofulohan. a,, Yackdandanda S Chas. M1urphy, 20a, Berringa S'W. f,.' Ma...

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

W ANTID, a MAN'to dlrive a' cb; Srcfnreces required. T. IT . 1d E wards, Wodoanr : Wanted to Rent, A P.DDOCK, with lDwelling-house, 'Near ALBURY or :VODONGA. CRAS. L. ORFRWerfi and CO., Denll street, rAillry. L OST, silver dog CO LLAIl, Dr Landvoigt Songraved on it, Reward. Dr Land. voigt, Wodong,. Tenders. . . rl1TENDERS are ra?titod for OtRUITlNBI( . t ad CL ARIG. about 0) oncrs' of IAND.' Tendcrs to ho in not eater tlat Wdeddnesday, 21st July. Lnirest or any tonder noat neecuarily acicpted: " ? ..,EO'LErS,* Wodonga \'noyard. Wyodonga, 8th! July .. ,. Publio Notice. "ITAVING handed oror Iny hooks anl L.. aconutit to W. C. lrel'rlano, Coni. misnoan Agont, for colloction.: I hRve to request thosUe indebted to me to le to pay hi ,l promised to tei toi save further troublae and j. E. LOR., Lts to tchr, \Yodunga; G IPI'SLANDI) PROVING; (ITOWONG IDIVSION) anll ILECTORAL )ISTRICT. OF BENAIMBRA (.IITTA MIITTA and TOWONG DIVISION). The SUPPLEMI:NTARY LI.rT of per sons claiming to vote in t...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

BOARD O0. ADVICE. At n nmeeting of the Wodonga Disti'ict School Board of Advice last uvening, there were present-TMesiar Hill (in the chair), P. M'Lean (correspoundent), and Mouldur. Tho corrspouildeOrt reported that hu had written td the Education Department, complaining of 'the Baran duda school being closed, but had not as yet receivud any reply. An application was inade by the Rev. A. J. Drewett for the use of tho Wodouga school for religious instruction after school hours, and tho board granted pIrmissioni. A letter was read from the council of boards of advice, requesting the board to appointt a delegate for the annual conference to be hold nlox week in Melbourne. It was decided ti request Mr Forrier, thoe hairtran of the board, to attend, if convenient for him to do so. The head teachers of the' various schools in the district fowarnded rotiurus as to the attendanees during thu quarter, but, in the absenco of a ull board, these weore held over.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

4 teon'ga Stores C. B. BMERCER iTake:;tig oijortunity of thanking-the public .,:of Wod'longi ?ad ddi. trict for the very liberal patro nge: he;ias :received, and. begs to iliti !mate lthat lhe has :bought for cash in Mel bourne:, A.' N,EW S, T O C I, . CONSISTING OF DRAPERY, :suitable for the season,, BOOTS. and SHOES, GROCERIES; &c., Which he is, prepared to sell at, prices: that 'should' be very satisfactory to buyers. ONE ,TRIAL WILL ,PROVE - THAT THE: PUBLIC' DO NOT REQUIRE. TO ;PASS .WODONG? .T¶O. M?AKE:THEIR PUROHASES. ' ALLTh INDS OF" PRODUCE' PURCfHASED:. b; .r.5 ,. p"i -i : % , . o. ` " DEAN STREET, COHEN BUR (BETWEEN BANI. OE AUSTRALASIA AND "BORDERN OST" OFFICE), E.samLIS1IED 1870,. : WATCIHIAKER, JEWELLER,. & OPTICIAN; , -I-TIHIES to infor~m hianumerous friends and patrons thet he he has V always on hand a large and choice selection of Gold and Silver WATCHES, JEWELLERY, AND CLOCKS,. All of the. most unique and latest style, which for quality: and price c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

'JOHN G. WIGG, 1110e STREET, WODOYGA, Wholesale and Retail 'B U T C H E R. tih't oldeestostablishod ButChery in Wodoega. Alm MEATS of BEST QUALITY Alwiyu on hand. *Small Goods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. ;d'/ ENERAL BLACKSMITH AND %X~l FARRIER, Elgin street (near railway crossing), Wododga. J. LAMBOURN Segs to thank his numerous customers for :past favors, and hopes to still merit -a 'continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. EORSESHOBING A SPECIALITY. Why? 'scause they are shod according to art and suitable to nat Ire. M:ICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND Farrier, B EGS to return thanks to his customers for the liberal patronage they have b-estowed on him, and hopes by strict :atteition to business to merit a con 'tinlanoe. Addrest-Hume street, near Railway Goods Sheds. Wodongs. JAMES GRANT, -'ARRIER AND GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA. A* LL KINDS of TURNING done on the /. premises, and repairs eoeeted in a 'sorkmanllks style. :?GENERAL BLACKSMITH, KIEWA M....

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

COMi03IRCIL: WODONGA. lie frbllbwing.: ara. the latest quota. Lions : . Flour, £12 per. ton Wheit;l 4is d'per bushel' Whita.oats,,4s per bushel. "Brown oats, 3 '3d per blushol Cape barley, 3s Gd per bushel; EngliSh barly, 4is per bushel] 1Brat, is 8d per blushoel Pollard;. s 8d'por bushel' Chaff,. £6'por tonw HaJ, £6 10s .por.tonT Potatoes (VWarrnamliaol);.£ pbr. ttn Peas, 4s 3d'l?pr bushilel Maize, as per bushel Butter (fresli); 2s per lb u itter (potted), :1 Od per lb' i Eggs, Is Gd par dozeon

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

Fancy Repository, HIGK STRE: T,`, Wonos.NaA. MRS E. TUBB }EGS, to' thank her patrons for. past D favors;, :and draws their attention to her well-selected stock of FANCY GOODS, GLASSWARE, 'CROCKERY, STOYS. Agent for all Melbourne and . country papers, and Ihngllsh and colonial periodicals. Licensed to Sell Stamps. CIRCUTATING LIBRARY. Wodonga Butchery. W. HUMPHREYS & CO. (LATE E. LORD) B EG to announce that, having purchased the Butchering Blusiness of Mr H. LORD, they hope to merit a continuance of the lspport so liberally accorded to their predecessor. BEEF and MUTTON of the best quality at moderate prices. SMALL COODS of every description. JUST PUBLISHED (NEW EDITION) eJ Price One Shilling (poet, twopence extra) in any stamps. DiR. LIA fMI". \YE ork on Th.e Physio. logy of Marringe" ddoou lihe how the powere of manhood are Iort or 'nipeinled, how they can lie re.livigorated andl aitlaiied uniitil an advanced eriliol of life, aind is i utlll ed to enlightenl thlliol;tnlls i...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" FRIDAY, JULY. 23, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

UUbo ng t 45 QUolUUHg gtýlloti "Mivake ! Ariseu Or bui for ever. fllen !" -Mirsou. EIDA41, JULY.E 1SGO. TnE result of tho recent interview bete?enL the dieputation .froml the. Wodonga Shire Council and the Ministor of Eublic Works is, that £300 has beeLn placed upon tlid Esti :mates by the Governmeont for'the improvement of the main Wodbngi to Albury road, contingent upon the local body incurring. an .expenditure of a like amount.: If the Wodonge shire were placed` in the municipal category in the position, it should have been long ago, viz., a first-class shire, this vote would perhaps be a conces sion; but, under present circumstances,. we think that, in justice to the rest of the shire, the council should think -twice before accepting the £500 which the Government has offered. it upon the arbitrary and unreasonable sondi tioll Which the Minister has stipulated. We aroeheartily sick. of referring again and again to the fact that the mnaih tonance of the Albury road is beyond all q...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above body was held on Thursday. Present. - Cr Quirk (president), and Crs Mongan, Jessop, Robb, M'Leiod, Burrow,   Martin and Ronan.     CORRESPONDENCE.                 From the inspecting engineer of rail- ways, Wangaratta, requesting that the shire secretary accompany him to toad a Barnawartha North referred to in a recent petition of ratepayers. -Attended to. From the Lands Department, stating that the council's applicatioin for timber reserves had been remitted to the local land board for consideration. -Received. From Messrs Tuthill and Perry,   solicitors, requesting a plan of a certain road. -Attended to. From the Secretary for Lands, stating     that a complaint that there were rabbits within the boundaries of the shire had &...

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A DISTRICT MEMBER ON IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

A DISTRICT MEMBER ON IRRI- GATION. The following report of Mr Ferguson's speech in the Assembly on Thursday night is taken from Hansard:--- Mr Ferguson said:--- " Mr Speaker, I am pleased to know that there are at least two members in this House who can agree with my opinions on this que- tion--- the honorable member for the Wimmera (Mr Baker) and the honorable member for Kyneton. This Water Supply Bill is not the only Bill that will be asked for from the Government. There are por- tions of this colony which require drainage and subsoiling to produce the fruits of the earth quite as much as the Northern Plains do water, and it is possible that those districts will, ere long, come to this House and ask for a loan to improve the property and enhance the value of the colony. Therefore I would caution the Ministry to be very careful how they, proceed at the present time with this water legislation, lest they get over burthened. So long as they can give assistance to private enterprise i...

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THE GOVERNMENT IRRIGATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

THE GOVERNMENT IRRIGATION     SCHEME.   The following are the official reports on the scheme for the UPPER MURRAY DISTRICT.   The feasibility of diverting water from the Mitta and Kiewa Rivers, for the irri- gation of the plain country bordering on the Murray below Wodonga, has been from time to time discussed. The area that would be comnmanded by a diversion from the rivers named, is shown on the general plan as the Upper Murray dis- trict, and contains a total of 483,500 acres. The project has been less favorably re- ceived by the parties chiefly interested than some, in other parts of the country, that have perhaps less to recommend them. The reason probably is that the portion of the district lying east of the Ovens River has a comparatively good rainfall, and is not therefore in urgent need of an artificial supply ; while for the supply of the portion to the west of the Ovens, where tlhe rainfall is much lower, the water would...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

TTACANCIES for two BOARDERS. ly II. Com, opposite the junol andandlah and Ilcclchworth R OR SALE, a ,good, draught 'MAE, .i' suitable for farm or feam, thorooghly stauuch, with harness complete; cheap. Apply ToE SEnrclSEL Office. STRAYED into my paddock, a black and white PIG (boar). ..If not claimed within seven days, will be sold to poay ex penses. WILLIAM KCOSHEL. Lenova, 23rd July. BILL-POSTING.-Orders carefully at, tended to by the undersignedl; by, leaving them at Tio SooTiesi, Olice. M: GOLDING, WodonLga Notice. T HE Partnershiip hitherto existing be. T . twrca CORBE?' and SIIEEHAN having been dissolved by' mhutual consent, all DDBTS 'owing to the late lrm ,MUST BE PAID to MICIIAELi SHEEHAN. '(Sicged)' ~r; . .. W_ T CORBIITT, . . M i. 8IUEl AN. ;iodoniga 20th July; :. , Iotice" to Trespassers. 1OISOI 0 ad: ol oil Far ilii:and Paddocks o"0.t llarandudo:t "' I: TIER AN ,SOMElR. ' Public Notice,. i ':,;:,: JAVING hIanc over my books and -L.. accoilts to .1 . Mc\C rlhjcue,.CoIm o...

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THE ALPEN CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

To the Albury Deutscher Veroin the music-loving portion of the residents of Albury are indebted for having within the past few months provided three rare musical treats. The concert which was given   on the first occasion by members of the Melbourne Turn Verein and Leidertafel was justly held to be of the highest order, and those conducted on last Saturday and Monday evenings must also take rank in the first degree. Herr Hugo Alpen, who for so many years had associated his fortunes with those of Albury ultimately to take a leading position in Sydney mutsical circles, had proved so far that he had not forgotten Albury by his voluntary action in arranging a quartette of Sydney artists, exclusive of his indomitable self, to comoe to Albury and take part in two concerts for the benefit of local institutions. On Saturday night the first of these   concerts was given, when there was, con- sidering the unsuitability of the night, a good attendance. The programme o...

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HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

HOI ME RULEI FOR. IRELAN: TO TiH EDITOIR' OF TIIE 88ETINET.. i Sin,--May I tioubllb yd6 with a "last word'" upon a personal matter connectod witlimy.' correspolndenced upon tio above subject.. I have ieen blamed bly my 'friends for ignoring tio ocharges maide agaiist mo ly-. your correspondent " Aistro-Colt." of stating a " lio," of "ignoranco," "projudice,!'ad "bigotry." In reply I' may ho' permitted to say thatlI did not notico thoso ronmarks bocause I did not.consider it wilo to wandor from my argumont in ordbr .to dofend myself upon. a purelry personal isue. In case, howover, that. any ;readers of this corres* pondonco may have attached any import noicoto the angry opitiets of mylopponenti I miglit explain that thoy simply comn 'undobr'thel' eadiilq :of. "No oase; obus thoothol siile.'u Ibt is oloarly'nint" a lieo '! on' iy part' toasoor'that' TIrland "is not a nattimi,"as. this question Is a idlputalob' point, and quito a niuttor of opinion.' " porsoon is " projihdiiod"' whoa ]...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASES NOT GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

,GAZETTE 0' 10F .,ES LEA.ES NOT GRANTED. ;"j ";', Edward Ziuboll, 89?0i Kootong Ernest Zioboll, 890a, Rootong Frederick Schinack, GOa, Keelangio Johanna Murray, 530a, Wagra J. H. Kandy, 1000a, Kootong. Josoph Nichol, 190S, Wagra John Loy, 560a, Wagra C0as. Adams, 1000a, Kootong. Lease-s ArPI'RVED. ..W,.1oiiel, oa 3r ;14p,Berringa W. Scales,'283a Or:30p, Yabbai' '"?.': Richard Gray, D99a 3r 30, Cudgewa , D .:31'Knazio, jun., ,217a 2r 16p, Brua rong .. .. , , •

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TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 17. (Before Messrs P. Wright and Andrew Paton J.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

TALLANaGA '"TTA PJOLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 17. (Before Mossrs P. Wright and Aniidid Paton J.P.) W. H. Ropcr, jun!,J. fJ "Iorey £6 its d. Verdict for;amount with ls costs. t Samte v "W, Mqitoisli-£4 3s n3d Verdict for amount tifth 5s costs,. in do fault distress. Collier and Lswareimce v Thos. Riolly- £5 10s. Voirdibtfbr amnoint with 6s costs. > ILLEGALDETENTION. . Paton.: Bros. v .'7' Tliwaite?-I"llegal dctointion of a bullock." Postponed. : C. ARRIERIS LICENSE. Will. Meory applidd for a carrier's license. Granted.

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"WHITE WASHED." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 July 1886

"WIlITEWASIIED."' TO TilE EDITOi OF TAiE SENTINEL.c SmI,-Woe 'ivhoso"signatures appear below, on behalf of the congregation, unanimously , wish to contradict state inents contained in, a paragraplh which apljared in your last issue. alleged to have boon nmade by a clergyiman during the course of remark'--notB.sermon', as your correspondent states-to his people on the 11th instant. Your correspon dent evidently misconstrued the rev. gentleman's words, as audh oxpressionsas '!sleepininng a hollow log," 'tlressing. in silks,' &c., and dtlihr sarastic allegations were not madd use of; 'and 'althoughhliis reverenc's remarks' weore occasionally somewhat severe, we do' sot 'consider they were misplaced:. James Bamlbrick, Williain Ryan, Peter P. Wilson, John Calliuan, Edmond Kelly, John P.-Lonenhin, Martin Kolly, J. Fitzgibbon, Patrick Greonan, (Signed) Cornelius Dunue, Andrew: M'COormck, (Signed) Simon Carroll, John flocho, Thomas Shoehen, (Signed) John Murphy, John Grifliths, (Sig...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

GAZETLTE NiOTIC' S.... GoniD MnNGsa LEAi9ESDlOL.RED" VOID. lBocuhiortll ' District. l Mitta Mitta :.Division.--O. . M nro, 23a 3r 27p, Mitta Mitta River; C. C .. NWare; 20a Or 10p, Kangaroo Point; C. M.. Ware, 14a 1r 24p, Nitta Mltta River; C.: M. ~yairo 15 Ir tip, Long Point; C; MI. Ware, 10a Or 25p;' Long Point., LEASes Arrnovd. Ricliard Gard, 27a Or 41ji; Murranjur rangbong Sarah Perry, Pa 2r 27pi, Colao Cilhno , Daniel Donnelly, 20a 2r 221p, Tallim HioBry Kotho, 44a 3r 10pi Wodonga SJ. LM'Namamra, 15a Sr 14p, Bullioh Mary Ryan, 181a 2r 231, Bolvoir Vest SSimon Carroll, 47a Or 23p W\Vodonga Timothy Crotty, 40a Ir 35p . " GORaT APPROVEnD. Edwin Jejphcott, 409 3r 34p.

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YESTERDAY'S ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

YESTERtDAY'S ELECTION. TO THE EDITOI OF THIE SENTINEL. SIzk,-It is pitiful to note the .want of piublic spirit that at apreseut prevails in Wodonga, as was manifested over the election to fill the two vacancies at the council table. Of course, I sn aware that there are some who will look upon the olection going by default as a triumph. They will cry oiut--" Every one is dis gusted with the council,'" "Let usgo back into Yack.," "Merge into Towong," &c. What, I would ask, was the result when Wodonga formed portion of Yackan dlucdah Shire There was scarcely over a contest, and but for the fact that one man (Mr Jolhn O'Callaghan) made a hobby, of local politics, we would, for a few years at any. rate,, have boons unreprosented. Would things be any. better to-day.if we were into Yack. again ? '1 :'doubt. very much whether we could find 'throe represnotatives of our Wodonga ridinig to ride all the way to Yackaidandahl to-day if wo.were received into the Yack. Shire agail--which I...

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