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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

COMMFRCT: L. WODON(IA. The following are the latest quota. tionas : Flmur, £12 par ton .. WhIt?, 4s ld por.buslhal White nuts, 4s pDr bushal ]Brown oats, :is 3 por. lbshul Capo hnrloy, 3s Od per hiushol :. E*nglish larloy, 4s por hbishl Bran, is 841 pr slhail' SPollard, is 8dpo? bushlol Ch)alf, £0 per ton H ay, £(I 10s per ton. l Potatoes (\Yarrnalnboul), " per ton Pons, 4s 3d per bushil ' .airz, 4s per bushl . ]nlrloy, 3d per lb. Butter (frosh), 2s porTl . Buttor (potod), ls Odl pui lb Eggsiu (ld ya'li ri dzi n The axplriinont of concentrating nearly the whole of the Belgian railway sorvice in the hands of the Stato hiss notboon an v'or aucce?sful na to oncollrae a shlilar me?n?uro with regard to the working of tho collor?rs,

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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FOOTBALL. ALBURY v FEDERAL CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

. ; OB, '~.I LBO1ALL. ! A: LBURY v FEDERAL CITY.' : Last Saturday wituessed the third miatcli this season between these clubs, amid a :goodly number of spectators assembled oni the cricket, ground to view the struggle 'for supremacy.. . The weather, which had assumned.atthreatening aspect previously,: turned out better than was anticipatcd. Great interest was centre'd in the match,t nunerbua;istagors hatling been laid on the event, the Federals being favorites at two to one, although they wore greatly weakened i the absoned i of' 1I'Darra, Clarkson Bros., Rteis and Lipsott. They, however, partly made up for this loss by Souithrn;,.f f,Tallangatta:'Tlhe Albury Stasui tiv, ialso strciegthcenl by two players froini the latter place," Horton' and Suither land, tvli wbre desirous of lihvihgia game. At a little after .three o'clock the game started, and it was soon apparent, not w.thstuldilgl i t' plucky ehlhrts of the Federals, that thlutlbury wore going to -have the best of'thie-ame,i'H...

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 23rd JULY. (Before Mr W. H. Fostor, P.M.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

IVODONG I POLIUL' ..UOUUI:'. FIrnAY, 29rd JULY. .(Beforue ?r . . Foster, P.M.) ". Yatos v Simon, £19s8 d, balance of anocount.for.grubbing trees. Mr Wi!!:in son for plaintiff; Mr Thorold for drol i dant.. The plaintiff gave evidence to lhie o?but that he had boon employed by d?oiidant grubbing trees at =Middle Creek, at I:1 per acre. Had received cortain rloneys for the work, tihe last being £3 3s. S:To Mr Thorold-Believo the worlk wa done to :the satisfraction of defendant. Neither the defendant nor his wife corn plaiied.;: Did not owe defoendlan for a miare, rid never arrived at a settlement with his wife. Never' went into ac countsr with defendant's wife at all. Gave her a receipt, dated 12th July, for £3 3 on account. A mareo belonging to defendant died'whilst foaling. Mr Wilkinson subiiitted that the doarth of the mare should be put in ase, set-off, and the Bench uphold his view. Mrs Siniou, wife.of defendant, deposed that, as hier husband was going to the land board at Yackand...

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AN UPPER MURRAY TRIP. I. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

11Y Conu Ity CLI?i?O. S'Trhi 'ihirst' ty'? Ltnge, .'[r?iht\'dutottbat takes ume vnr?;&J t : quaint little " hwnship( called ,(3n'pya,,nid, ihaviing °artivud here, .on feel, (Us ifi in 'atn?i ioruhl-·dltoguther. It:would hu t libel on tile piiutuslque littll townslhip to say that it is uit oft the bMiids of eivilisatiou, snd yet 'lyiihg (a it does ini a? vLley with high( hils, eluJ(ud thickly withl bolutiful trees, s'rr undiiig it, ((d( soie -feeur' niilue dif" thle rnuil Upper' burny ro:ald, it `really ilees sculn ioliti ' th is world nod i'stitllu ulsense . fctlitc llnl ? j?I ' Ac I s i ll his little, sueiIdd. lLAot0ii iso. The lits?rty wuleqyme a hatlo 'do l"? ' lhBos`iiad il15vcs5 ouly .u fhe retastu bf ,thl kindl; rnsses t?i follow'dusor in myishlort rSty.in tihs place, A rnat absence.of, nuighbnrly quarrelling (if tlioptintdox'0ian be allow 1i1de) is 'obhrvible in this phle, .After ai l-tulptli ous fiast"on a the good things of this world, a feast on things spiritual is...

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CATTLE DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

CATTLE DISPUTE. A dispute as to which of two agents was entitled . to a commission on the sale of curtain stock was settled by Mr Justice Hniroyd, in the Banco Court, on Tuesday. Messrs Dougharty, Son and Parker claimed 2. per cent communission on the sale of o56 bullocks for Patrick Rogers, of Forest Hill, near Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, to E. H. Macartney, of the North-Eastern district of Victoria, at £L 2s ld each. The de fence was that the cattle were placed in the hands of several commission agents for sale, conditionally that only the agents who actually effected the sale should be entitled to commission; and that the transaction was brought about by A. T. Bulton, and not by the plaintiffs. His Honor found against the defendant, and gave a verdict for the full amount, £99 lOs 7d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, .lia ST r, Wo: A, ". Wholesalo aiinde Rotilf . ,' .. . , . ..::1 . + '11 ' .'., i.. ; : :: i . 'he oldet :'o htibliheild Butchery ,i in fodouga.1 - 'ic It '~ AV'I 'MEATS'' 6f D, BESTI QUALITY r:: 1 1:Always onhand. .r ,, S`.. mall Goods of overy.deocription 1.., ENERAL .. BLACKSMITH AND S FARRIER, Elgin street (near railway crossng; . Wododga; . "J. LAMBOURN Begs' to thank his numerous customers for) past favors, and hopes to still :merit; a continuance., , . . AGRICULTURAL IMPLIEMENTS R , EPAIRED .. . HORSESIIOEING.. A SPECIALITY. ": ' , " .. ..'. W hliy?' I, , / fcause they ar shond accotrdliig to rt aid! 'MICHAEL SHEEHAN;' Gene?raa1 Blacksmith Farriei, BEGS to rotutirn thanks to hio ciiotomoro for the liberal patronag theyi havo hbetooved oi 'hiii, and hdidpe by strict? -ittoeitioi' to h"bsineosto menrit a' con tinuaiico. r :Addrose?Huino stroet, 'near Railway Goods Sheds:.Wodonga.'" '. : ,, JAMES. GRANT, T i?ARRIER' AND ,GENERAL 'SIIITH ':TALLANGA'TTA.: A LL KINDS'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

Sv. H. HOPPE R/ Jun., GENEI1RAL, iVO]IE.KI ICI'.LRt, "I 'TALTJANGATA.n: r E'~l.1» : -. h to hA? . estV T M el bot.,, , : ; '.:; .prices., "':* ,"_ .::::, ... : -v. S ;(; ,,, ,` - v ý ,.. ! uhet i: t ert CoItI .t ) SE; TIlli OR 1 1'A BARGAINS D R.APlER .Yi I IS LO TH . I v G '; U O: ( . 31 5.S whIolo SUITS c(good I'? ccd), for d0s: rEN'S ROU'SEiCS ttR.t an "VESTS (worthl 17s ? I): fdfT lI d': ' iI Mnlon's. 'Trusers anl Vcsts (worth ?,s Old), : '", "' ; "-· i;`for ]:Is O I. "i-:. + , ` BiOY'S wholo SUITS (worth 27i OdI) for,17n; MIEN'S lFrench ,P nckot.;.1Nlt:'HATSS (vwprth 'as (I ), forts U( iiJ; I hs i .(d MIuns Frenchltocket felt laUts,,hest (wortil S .'f10s Ud);:for is (kl.d: . i : , MEN'S WORl.lING, SL[RTS,fromls, isl, IOWELS, 4, antild ca, wi ottli vti'tico as \\ IlIuE :'Ii?ooyotidh QUILTS (large size), - : , " "" f'ords ,Ts{ ~.. ."... 'CALCOIS;o fic o Os lid o' it doie F:ILANNELS (stra.'good), for Is d er FANCY DRESS `S 'UFFt (nies pattern), os lid ii dozen. 'WOMIEIN'S STAYS, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

kThe Wodonga Stores C. B. MERCER Takes this opportunity of thanking the public of Wodonga and district for the very liberal patronage he has received, and begs to inti mate that he has bought for cash in Mel bourne A NEW STOCK. CONSISTING OF DRAPERY, suitable for the season; ioOTS0rand HIOES, :.: .GROCERIES, &c., Which h -is pirel'red :to sell at prices thlatl shotild be very satisfactory to buyers. ONE TRIAL WILL PROVR THAT THE PUBLIC DO NOT REQUIRE TO PASS WODONoI TO MAKE THE1R PURCHASES. ALL KINDS OF PRODUOE PURCHASED. SDEAN STREET, COHEN, (BETWEEN BANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND "BORDER POST" OFFICE), Es.uIILISIIEIu 1870, . WATCHMIAKER, JEWELLER, & OPTICIAN, Wý ISHES to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he has Y 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 cannot be equalled in the district, as importing and purchasing for cash enables him to ...

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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

" TA.LL4NG ATTA JOTTINGS. (By KrANT.) Our important little centre has been honored with a visit from a few of the Salvationists during the past week or two, but as yet they have not introduced "biz." The members of "the Army," whomu I hlve had the goaxl fortune to be made acquainted with, are not by any means sl austere lot; indoed, they are quitocthe opposite, and, entritie tus, can enjoy a glass of tipple quite as well as any of Iay non-teetotal acquaintances-hi fact, if an individual is heard questioning the ability of the shire engineer to cotn struct a straight road lie is found on en quiry to be a Salvationist. Since ilmy introductotion to "tile Army" I have corme to the conclusioni that the discipline of its members has bueln grossly exaggerated I Bovine Tallowfat is on tlhe track for local municipal honors. While taking a preliminary the other day, he encountered an influential ratepayers, whose views on local politics do not run parallel with Iis own, and the following dial...

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT MITTA MITTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

FATAL ACCIDENT AT MITTA   MITTA. ----<>---- A magisterial enquiry was held by Mr John Reid, J.P., at Eskdale on the 21st instant, concerning the death of Henry Miller, who was thrown from his horse at Esdale on the previous day. The fol- lowing evidence was taken:- Charles M'Donald deposed that he was a carpenter, and resided at Eskdale. On the day of the accident he was in company with deceased in Neilson's   hotel. Had tow glasses of beer with de- ceased. Witness then sold him a horse, and he and deceased immediately started for home. They rode up the road pretty fast, and deceased spurred his horse, which caused it to gallop. The animal shied, and the saddle turned, and witness saw the deceased fall off aiainst a log. When witness got up to him, he found him stunned, and tried to raise him up, but was unable to do so. Cmae back to get a billy of water and to procure help. When witness returned, deceased was lying in the same psition...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

i otkUUUgt 19 ýTULUUg 0citihict. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for rcer fallen " --MI LTOC. .FlRIDA Y, JULY 80, 1886. IT is not always to be taken as a umatter of course that because a certain piece of public policy proves a failure, that those who, at its inauguration, cried out. most loudly were really possessed of any very superior political wisdom. We do not recollect that at the time of the imposition of the stock tax we were greatly moved by the arguments used against its probable effects. Indeed, we thought the advo. cates of the tax had all the beat of it. The Queensland squatter, it was urged, had splendid tracts of fertile and well-watered country, costing for its use about a half-penny per acre. How, then, could the struggling frec selector in Victoria, paying survey fees, heavy rents, and putting on ex pensive statutary improvements com pete against Iris more fortunate rival in the fat cattle tradel' The argument, too, was emphasised by the actual corporeal presence travelling ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 July 1886

:ICTORI?AN RAILWAYS IIOR.SE PARADE IN MELBOURNE. :y all trains on thoe lst July, and the ,iot train on the 2nd August, passenger will ho booked from all stations (subirbal excepted) to Melbourne, at Friday Excur slon Fares, available for return till the 7th August inclusive. By order of the Commissioners, P. P. LABERTOUCIIE, Secretary for Railways. I~RESS1IAKINO.-Miss O'LOUGILIN .iL is prepared to execite all orders at mod"rato rates. Address--lIovell street, Wodonga. ACANCIES for two BOARDERS. f Apply Ii. CoGoA, opposite tlhe julne. tion of tile Sackandailai and Blechwortl, roads. For Sale, THE Clydesdale stallion, DUKE, by Cowdo Ladil (imported), For further particulars sond pedigree, apply to DAVID H. LIZARS, Wodonga; Or to T'le SENTINEL Oilico. B ILL.POSrING.-Ordere carefully at 1 tended to by the undersigned, by leaving them at Tue SeeNTINP. Ofice. M1.'UOLDING, Wodonga Notice. T HE Partnershp hitherto existing be. tween CORBETT and SIIEIIHAN having -been dissolved by mutual con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

NEW? TAILORING IESTABLISIMENT, TWO. G. H. Cutting Bog ereIpettttf tlly tall the attentioi. of the ie'sidicsts of Wodonga and Dietrict that he is now pr'1Yored, with at . LARGE A fND ENTIRELY NrEW STOCK OF [ATERUALS, 'I Coiipete witrh neyi 4ilurlng Trade of either Sydney or Melbourne , W.G.I.C. hrpes, tli, t with strlot attention to business, aind TURNING OUT REALLY " OOD1 and S''ItYI, 11 ItTS, that he'may obtain a fair shroe of their esteemed LA:DIES' RIDING HABITS .AND. GCENTS'' RIDING PANTS "A SP, OCIALITY, 'AND SATISFACTI ON UTARA NTE D .,. J OK1YS' ROACING PANTS AND COLORS-,- -. Lit All Goods.Thoroughly Shrunk.. W. G II. CUTTIN G, ,NEXT DOOR. TO 0. L, ?RIFFITH AND CO., .-. ' SDEAN STREET, ALBURY. " N: ote-Mrr. Cutting will be at':llen's Hotel every Monday afternoon, Xii COHEN, ALBURY COHEN, DEAN STREET (BETWEEN ]IANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND "BORDER POST?' OFFICE), EsrTituaIUinI 1870, TWATOCHIAKER, JEWELLER, & OPTICIAN, XTISHES to inform his numerous frienids and patrons that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

JORN G. WIGG, HoOu "BrTenT, WonoooA, : - Wholesale and Retail B.U T C H E K. The oloest.oetablished Butchery In Wodonga. Al MEATS of BEST QUALITY S' . Always on hand.- , :,i" IIIDES and SKINS IPUltCHIASED. G ENBRAL BLACKSMITH AND FARRIER, Elght street (near railway crossing), . W'ododga.' J. LAMBOURN :' BEgs t. thanik his, ininroc' u cust?nciere for :paot favors, and h;opos to istill oril 'iia continuance. AGRICULTUIRAL IMPLEMENTS, 'REPAIRD. I, IIORSESHOEING "A SPECIALITY. .Why.,i' .eoause they aire shod according to art and aiiitablo to oat ire :; " MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND , Farrier, `BEGS to roeturn thanks to his customers for the liberal. patroanigo they havo bcstowed on lhit, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit., a con-. tinuanee. "' i Address-Huueo strcet, hoiar Railway' ;Goods Shlods. dn " , douga ; . , :l :. " JAMES GRANT, 'ARRIE ' ANDI OENERAL SMrITII, S'"TALLANGA'I'A. - ALL KINDS of TURNING dono' on the .At prmuisac, and :rpauir cffeeted in a ...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICES. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

iWORIPL' ANVJ) PAY O1'.FJES,,. ---4., Aconu WODOI GA., A lccounr Awaiting Payment -ya anti Taylor (2), F.. Lndwcvoig (2), M Lawiion, 0. 0 Spilrrow, E. Scanlon, E._ L. 1lltamgiurtkn, .1. DonIIy, J. LawsuIt, J, Lautbutuc, S. Bliutlott, *Thu urnw ilu tIhlravoht irtl that flicP,* It ivuvar sh'wa thu whitu fealtlor,

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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

' 2'11LL iNGATTA'JTT LNGW5. (B KANT.) • S.?r Artdrow ; Patia,' who is socking re electioi to ii seat'atthoe'duncil table of tlihoTowceog Shire fo ' the Mitta riding, addrescd a meooting of ,tlio ratopayers ui the, court-lcouse oa.JSaturday evening. Mr .T. J, MIuraiy,occupied the. chair, and his .introductory renmarks were uOighly flatterinog to thu candidate. MIr lPatoli, in a brief address,-gave an account of his stewhrdship, and solicited a renewal of tho'cotifidueo lieoritofore reposed in hlim. At the conclusion of his address, a vote 'o confidence .was. carried. - unanimoulsly. Only four .ratupayers in the Mitta riding attended the imeeting. , Atthe conclusi?_n of, Mr Paton'a address, fIr Dorriigtob, who is haviig anuther shy for the auditor-: ship, addressed the nmbtiilg with a view of. obtaining. its support to his cani didature. Nothing fresh has transpirod in connec tioln with the shire electibn-in fact, very little iinterest is evinced at" all. Mr Stewart hIas boon returned...

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GRANYA NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

C(RANYA NVOTES. (aRO? OUR OWN COaRESePONDENT.) Up to the present time only Councillor Stowart's nomination paper lhas been lodged with the returning officer, and it is generally believed that he will enjoy a walkover. If there should be a contest, the vote on Granya will be a solid one, as Mr Stowart is a general favorito. As a councillor, ratopayers have much the same opinion as the sailor had of his parrot, "He does not speak much, but he is a devil to think." Everything has boon organised for the election, end it is satisfactory to record that theore is not a ratepayer on Grenya who had not paid the rates before the 10thiof June. Granya has escaped criticisml for some time now, but "Country Clerio" comes to tile rescue, and in a kind of "I'll scratch your back and you scratch mine " manner gives us his experience of Granya. What puzzles Grcnya folks, though, is the fact that we have lived for sn many years in a "paradise" aid never knew.it. "Picturesque town," "Church choir secon...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 3rd AUGUST. STATUTE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

)UVON(tJ i u.IiJ'O UN UIL. T.Preon -"Crs . ,kni, lahbr.l:, Thei' s 'crotitry wls voted to Ilhe clinir. " I ; L.rlr.II (0S PI.IritSIENT. Cr Stuo!t: eai0 J hie ) l ,nlu1 ;h pleosuro in1 p'rlposhin, .Ihlt. Cimncillor ]Balnbricltk h electd -proeident. fr. the elt'uiiigyeir. ie (O frc Seet)' lioliaved in the honor : aSt intuE mitd, as Cooulcillor iTmLbri d 1had till d .th o ,luiri onu nwro thlii 0bi e w'n.c1alorii -befolre,; l li uirhf jilei f 'oofif ,his fitnous for tle ollice, it?tws -itt 'jiB. Siltl proler thant, flow tha.i li 'lhad coinu to hiis tIlrn againll, iJ shouldl hawu,tolilosi 'hoiero? Ireiug 11no0 1i . ,1 ith iiilno on;11, ConTgillor,?1 a lire uk sill dalul `odhly nlatil) as c0l)cill), ,indi left fi(he co inil adjuourned r r il hour. :+.i:r ,:,'": ORtDI.ARY;M, ETIIC. ':.' ]'reso't .-C?O iloaialickki (ire otdet), utreut, cand Johnstmo:. O?-C ]oyes; the _ newly-01'ol Id )ail)iber inl do .thotseual j.iThenhuitos, of.t0liu. . rovl?a:noe i'ra)t if al iud itf'ltreiodl.4:-a:- !'si ...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

TO WGONG SHIRE COUNCIL. , The ordinary monthly moeting of the Towong Shire Council was hold on Tune. pay in the Shire-hall. Present-Ors Paton (president), .Carkeol, Dyring, Larsen,.Robinsolt, Stewart, and Thomson. Fromu the secretary for Lands, roforring to the letter addressed to thie council on the 21st May, 1885, and informing thu council that the land in thie parish of .Tallandoon, comprisod within the boun daries defined in tile Government Gazette of the 2nd July ult., lhad burnt proclaimed a township.-Rocuived. From the same, enquiring if the eoun cil saw any objection to the occupation - under part III of the Land Act, 1884, of , the oind (202a Or 10p) comprised in the reserve for camping purposes in the parish of Tliologolong.-Rltceived. From the Deputy Postmaster-Goeneoral, inanswer to council's oenquiry, informing tlhe council that the postmasters at both Tintaldra and Curryong had been asked if their operators wore ready to comlnubnco the transaction of tolegraphic busine...

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THE BETHANGA STATE SCHOOL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

THE BETHANGA .STATE TSCHOOL QUESTION. (PROM OUR OWN CORnESPONDENT). Bethlnga has haild some hard fights in its time, in defoncb of its claims, but the site for the new school building shows signs of becoming the fiercest of all, and all onlookers, with impartial minds, will at once recognise a most unwarrantable interference with local rights. A site has boon selected by the Hlon J. A. Wallace and a local commeittee as being the best, and has now been gazetted for years, but the survey woent too far to the east, and near mine (unworked for years). We urge that we selected nearer to the wes tern end of the hill, and this removes all difficulties.. On the ground, Mr Finley asked Mr Martin, general maiager, had hIe any objection? He said lihe didn't care where it was, so long as he could .have access to the mine. Tlis was given, Mr Finlay excising a road. But Mr Wallace stops in, and demands that the school be built at the lower town, cating his own words. At one time he insisted that ...

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