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THE ALBURY SHOW. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 September 1886

'I'IJfk kl.fU1tY 511f) i f e·i4 L. 1'f(TCTOi FIRST DAY : Thlre ,onual showi of ti&Albiry. mlnd IB 'ordelo Agrictiiýto:,lu jid`astor.l ,Socioty,; ::i whllich, nidor' tlih ibld eucretniry?,hp of Mr: G. E. Mackay. hls of lateo?'ears bein progressing by " leaps nlt bounllds," was comminoeed on bir' dnosday,?, utder most favorable auspices, "' thb. wrathlrure; boilg ' .oxceodingly liu, the ?yteondance unusually i_?- go, and olrth tll hiitibie;r ?nd' jiillity oIJf thoIexhibith oelipsing, t?loso of all pro S?: idushoisi. `'l l'l r,esoilrcs of "a roal, S'live lord", in tle`' poi'noni'of Iord CairingSto _ _'rendsrcd dllso.yerti'e'nlio vladl4ibruoolly' at tr:: ctivo. For days previous, visitors hlad ? ee'bonpouring in froo ipll iveor t1,e Uppor, Murraoy anuTid tRneritiad riutioits to 'th9. Fodiral City, .and, hlotelkleopo'e , "othl ini -Albinry and.Wodonga, :had hl.butinito S aquot strMlits.o .t provido JicacCoennludatio Sfortlie uisl filt o opleu. tAs ait natural c .n-fir nhqroc " lg...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 September 1886

" x ' '~ iL r- ,01 TI'SLI M I 0ý... ý" luting oogs rcspctfully. to'cali hela ottentin tllot ,Jl Resatoents of \Wodoong and District that ho ' ' i _ t~s IIOWn tu0.1'd, with at L.:i- ":ARGE AN]? ENTIRELY , 1To Compete wuit pay Pioilor hg 1TLado of cither Sydney o Mehoumnoe, }W VOITT.O. hIopoe-.thltuth strict.lttentlon to business, and TURNING OUT REALLY, r -QOl],a o ST ýISIL, IL',1 that 1I may ol0tain( a fair shl1ro of their cntem! ed • - ( ., 0 ; . ;J- t' LADIES' RIDING HABITS AND CENTS' RIDING PANTS A SP.EP ALIT.Y 1ANDISAT1A L'TAClION GUARANTEED ' ,TOCKIEYit R `'ING' PANTS AND COLORS ii - EROEtY i II o, t" 1.0 . ;. ' 4luNTXXDOQtITO 0, T. CRIFFIT1I' ANXD CO., , oteai uttuile t All en's Hotel every Monday afternoon. S 'i | . t! e, ;x1 ! ... " DEAN STREET, . . ' ALBURY (pETEENBAK O AUSTRA L AND "BORDER POST" OFFIdE) a'. l llD 1870, IWYATOHciA?EI , JIWELLER, & OPTICIAN, TISHES to inform his numerous friends and patrons that h6 h~l .... always onhanda large and choice selection o...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!"—FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 September 1886

e.oboniga ,, ?oluonlg ýcntincl. "Awaku i Arise Or bo for ever fallen!" --MILTON. 1'IFIDAY, SYEPIL'EMBRd7 , 188. Tiiose persons slhodhavo ho .rl9s6 and so. persistently clnliaoredol dthlio-p pointment of a ce itifi ai te'?inguine 4to tlhe Wodlonga Shire will in a fsovr ineks, like OrseLt o, ".find :their, occpritpio t gone." Whlethy'r by 'iplreliceerted. arranlgollent or fly Ithe unoxpeetedforcu of circumstanrcds, thle, fr'iOlidbs of tlhe suplerintenleet of wbeorhwe't e leo. first: to call upon Msr,'vbooin.o, 't6 'esig that + otlice, aid thissur duerpisse,;or reversal of tih"' ordlei;; of tingsig, wits followedl il .by. Councillor. DItAr'eRsv,'ery ingulnh r y l.te9ls>vo ~ tieg against thi ehowion?o?viuoohs'-e? - to relieve the superienteielf'~f ofewrks' f hIis olice. ,Howcyer, it is feasible to A~sunios that! tintI thlo i'esolutibii iwasl; the outcome of certaii conditions laid down by the Public Works Depart Inlent ill referellcu to thle AleUrly roaid, atend the council felt tjyt...

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TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 14th SEPTEMBER. (Before Messrs Andrew Paton, Joseph Hanson, and Wm. Carkeek, J's.P.) ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 September 1886

TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT   TUESDAY 14TH SEPTEMBER     BEFORE MESSRS Andrew Paton, Joseph Hanson and ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF BEEF   John Kendall and James Straughan,   charged; on warrant with being illegally in possession of some beef, pleaded not guilty. Mounted-constable Allwood conducted   the prosecution, and, in opening the case said that from information received by the Kiewa police, Mounted-constable         Ellis proceeded, in company with Con   constable Quinan, of Dederang, to the pri- senors place on the 10th inst., and found about 3ert of beef on a sheet of bark   covered over with a couple of bags it Kendall's room. They found also a gun and revolver in the same room. They then went over to where the prisoners were fencing in a paddock a short distance from the hut and asked Kendall where he got the beef. He replied th...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE DROWNING OF JAMES MORRISON. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 September 1886

THE DROWNING OF JAMES   MORRISON.   An inquest was held at Talgarno on the ? instant, before Mr P. J. Dwyer, J.P.,   coroner, and a jury of 12, touching the death of James Morrison, whose body was     found in the Murray River on the 7th in- stant. Sub-inspector Thomas and Sergeant Dun- can watched the proceedings on behalf of the police. The first witness called was Mrs Morrison, who identified the body as that of her husband, who had been missing since the 23rd of August. A witness, a carrier, deposed that on the night of the 23rd of August he saw the deceased lying on the road near the house of a man named Frazer in a drunken state. He proceeded to his camp, and was awakened by Frazer, who called out to him, and asked him what he was doing. Witness asked Frazer what time it was, and after striking several matches, Frazer replied that it was half past ten o'clock, and also said that he had been down at his mother-in-...

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THE INSOLVENCY OF MR W. STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

ITHE INSOLVENCY 0' MR 1I. STBEL'T. A iiootihg of creditors in the insolvoncy of Mr William Street, farmer, of Lonova, was ,hold at Allen's Terminus Hotel, WVodonga, on Monday last. MIr John Fletcher, of Beochworth, the official assignoe in the estate, was in attendance, and was voted to the chair. The following claims woro put in, the creditors in eaclh case being present: Mr O. L. Griflith, Albury, £130; Mr Peter Ml'Lean, Wodonga, £105; Mr. W. Cohono, Albury, £103; MIr, A. Schlink, -Wodonga, £54; Mr G. Loighton, £39; Mr W. Hill, . £24; MIr J. G. Wigg, £11; and Mr J. Lambourno, £3. An offer made by Elilaboth ?I. Street, wife of the insolvent, to purchase the. assets and personal effects of her busband! for £320, was first considered. In the. schedule, those had been valued in the: aggregate at £1061 13s Od. Along disoussicnonesuodonthis'proposal, during which no creditor expressed his willingness to entortain it. One creditor rnemarkod that, in his opinion, ti gro.wing crop (which h...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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CHILTERN [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

The same otilcerr sat at Cliltern on Ion ArILI0AT0No NDeen32Nm SCrT oN, L.A; ' 1884 EECOItMIENDED. 2." Jesse Morley, 540 acres, block 20, B'rambogio `9. Johann Schmidt, 220 acres, block 2, Beolvoir Weost 10. Malcolm ol . Fletcher, 170 acres,: block 22, Bolvoir \Ves? 11. James Simpson, 75. acres, block 34A, Boorhaman 13. Andrew B. Hutton,' 500 a-ci'os block 24, El Dorado 14.. Mau'y Koeady, 900 acrei, .block .27; Kootong ; '15. Thomas Clohossoy, 2 aocres, block 2o, Norong 18. Albert Schlink, 153a ores, block 20, Wodonga 19:. Th'iophils HI: Parker, 740 acres, block 27, Wodosiga.. APPdIcATION.UNDEn 065TH SFrrION.c 20. Georgo Sutton, 20 acres,: adjoining his 401th Seoctioii holding, Bolvoir West. APPIOdATION UNDE R THE. OTIIH SEOTION.' 21 M:" ichaol Casgh0 a 3 corts, Carlyleo': i22. Johlin'elly, '0 cres, Carlylo-_,. 23. 'JlohilBrts 70 acres, Lilhput.,. S24: Jolin BCaiti i1;ll 80o'cres Lilliputi 25. Cornolius Looieoy, 270 'crs;, Lillih put . -., 20: William. Upton, 50 acrcs, west of 0. Up...

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PRESIDENTIAL JUNKETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

PRESIDENTIAL JUNKETTING. ' A ?n?nlber of'geotlemen sat dowvn to a sulnptuous luncheon at the Waterloo hotel, Yackandundah, at the conclusiJn of the last council meecting. Councillor Burrowes, the president, occupied the chair, and Councillor Quirk, the ex-president, the vicu-chair. After the viands were done justice to, Tihe president proposed "Tlio Qiegn and Royal,Faemily." The toast of "TIe 'Parliament of Victoria" was then given by the president, who called upon Councillor Motigan, .M.MB., to respond. Councillor Meogan spoke at some length, and stated that if their represea tatives did not fully do their duty, it rested entirely with themselves. Mr J. M. Cole then gave "The Presi dent and Members of the Yackladandalh Shire Council." He was certain that tile present Iolder of the chair would Ie second to none of tile former occupants. The spoaker, as an ex-councillor of the shire, was sure, from experience, tlat councillors got very little praise for ally good that they did; but i...

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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

TALLANGATTA TOTT'INGS; (By KAar.) Things aro at a standstill here just now -indeed, I'doubt if thesro have boon an snore -uninterestirig weeook during'` thie, currency of the present year. Novor tholess, we are daily showing indications of go-ahoadism, The State school is rapidly., approaching copsl?lotion, and,' despite its inadequacy in the matter of' accommodation, will be a handsome little. buildisig, and quite an ornament to- theo: town. MIr Thorwald Dyring's privato. residence is all ,but finished, and, takes. rank with any other in the noighbor hood. Ir Stephen, our receiver and pay-. master, is also .building 'a private rest-. deuce, very .prettily situated on. his,. picturesque little bestate,and within easy access of his oflice, so that, on the whole,': although business is dull,' we are justified. in crying out--' Advance Tallangatta." The fishing season has fairly commenced,, and several nice little hauls have fallen to the lot of some of our votaries of "the gentle art....

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LANDS TEMPORARILY RESERVED FROM SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

I"GAZETTE NOTIJES. La'DS TESAPon?ARLY R VED ve FRIOc SALE. Carraragarmunigeo-Sito' for watering purposes, also excopted from occupation for residence or biusiness under any m :: minor's right or business license.-TTwenty soeven acres, more or less, pounty.: of I'ogong, parisl of . Cariraragarmungeeoo, situate in section 8A: Commencing aot the north anglo of J. Eustaco's licensed bl6bk; bounded thence by a road bearing two chains sixty-fivoe links and twenty-five chains sixteen lisks; thoncb by D. Hourig en's licensed block and a line bearing seouth to Reedy or Eldorado Croeek; thence by that crook,downwards to a ,point;in.i lino with the north.eastern boundry ,of J. Eustace's block aforesaid; and thence by a line and thab block bearing to the poiit of commencement. " ? Towong--Sito for watering purposes, also excepted from occupation for resi 4arico or business i1der any miner's right or . business license.-Thirty.nino acres two roods, county of Bonambra, parish of Towoug, situate i...

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

COMMiERCIAL. WODONGA. Tho fllowing .are t' ?olatest quota lour, £12 `per ton ,. .,W eat,. Ie per bushel ,, White oatl, 4s por bushel: '--Brown oats, es 3d per bushol Cape barley, 3a gd per bushel English barley, 4e per buslhe l Bran, ls 4d per bushel Pollard, is 4d per bushel Chaff, £5 l0spoi ton lHay, £6 10s per ton Potatoos (WVarrnambool), £5 per ton Pehs, 4s 3d'per bu'sebl' MIaizo, 4s per bushel Barley, 3d peor lb Butter (fresh), le d per lb. Eggs, lOd per dozen:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

F5, LANDVOIGT, M.D., Public Vaccinator, W ILL VACCINATE inr SEPTEM]B1EiR V n?0C''OBr ii , o1 oevery FItl D)AY; frlon toe to twelve o'clock. DR LANDVOIGT SPormerly Consulting Medical Oflear to the . " cndigo Hospital), 1 -T he consulted daily at his residence 41GIlISl REET, Wodonga. QYR[J S: E. SMITH!, STOCK, STA.TION, ond CEENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,' VWovo.saA. AiAy:coimtission entirusted to him will receivo prompt attention.. )ID .KEN EDY, . L.R:O.S.:, L..R.Q.C.P.L, • AY be consulted at his reAdpnco,. '.LWiFHE STREET, ALBUltY. D SYDENEAM LYONS D., .B., C.M.,* L.R.C.Pi., L.R.C.S., Liceontiato of Midwieryy ..AS COMMENCID PRACTICE in ALBTJURY, and may be CON SULTED at Pinrolses "adjoiuin Mr iUriflith's late : wrelling, Olive street. W 9C, MACFARLAI1E, AGENT Fon. . Tri: I11PERfAL INSURANCE COMPANY, Coninrissio andl Land Agnot. RENTS and DEBTS COLLECTED. J0t IIN- WILK IN-S ON SO4IpITOR, &c., of Nom" TSoitl W.ales anrd Victoria. OCllri's money to lenid, MoNleiinto nmtrs. Offices, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, IIaOn STRL.ETn, WODONGA, Wholosalo and Retail' B U."T ".C H E':R. TI.e oldest.citablislhcd Butchery in Wodonga. MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. N miGoeds o ......, descrlo,? :F.. ",l JIlDES and SKINS PURCHASED, MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith ADe Farrier, B EGS to return thanris to his customeor for the oliboeal' pitronago they have bestowed on him, mand hopes by strict att6ention to business to morit a coni tiuUairco. Address--Humo stroot, near Railway: Goods Sheds. Wodonga. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, . PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he hasi opened a Tinsinsh's Shop in the promises lately used as TuI SENTINEL Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS:! All sires made to order. Baths I Baths I Baths I Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. ' Orders by post punctually attended to; M USIC I AMUSIC II MUSIC I Professor: L.' Iverson (Of the ' ienna Conservatoire of Muslc), . Visits A ODONGA on' Wedniesdays and Saturdays. A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

TO STAND TiHIS SEASON it 1 lotletanga. SThe Thlorouighbred liorso C U I. 1BE, 0 0 NA, By Glorious (imp.), dam MiissY Wasp, Iby Prince Wlliam, dam Queen, by Peter Finn (imp:) Ciulnberooll is a bay, six years old, staind ing 1,l hands high, with great bone and soiostanco and. las proved hlmsolf a 'good horse on the turf, and is admitted by good iudges to be one of the handsomest horses hi the district. .,Terms--£S if nmares'led; £3 if paddocked. `Mares must bo removed by It January, 1887, or a charge of 2s 0i per week will be mado for agistment.: Good and secnro paddocks provided on the Murray, and overy care taken,, but no responsibility. . ' GEO. OSBORNE. .: 1TO1 STAND TIITS SEASON AT BONEGILLA ESTATE, the Tlhoroughbred Horse, THE PROFESSOR, By FIREWORKS, doni The Proposition (imp.), by Colstordale. Fireworks by Kollio (itip.), his daim Gaslight (itmp.), by Sir reroules.-(See Stud Book, vol. 1, pageo 2i69.) The l'rofessor, amongst his many per. iormances, won the .Kensington Trial S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

WANTED,. a good GENERAL SER . VANT,. also a nursegirl. Apply Bank of Victoria, Wodonga. WITANTED, stnarf, intelligect BOY, as V APPRENTICE .to th . printing. Apply Tu? SE.NTIrEL Office; Ml RS PERN,. CERTIFICATED MID. V. WIFE,; Wodonga (opposite : Mr Filmer's).' Acouchomentcs attended at ladies' own hiIomes. Poison' LAID in mypaddocks, at Lonova. G. S. IDIANNS. Notice .to Trespassers. P)OISO laid noour Farms and Paddocks L at Blarnudea. . , I ERMANN SOMMER. • GEO. SOMMER:. T RESSM\I AKING.-Miss O'LQUGHLIN .l is prepared to oxecato all orders at moderate rates. Addresa--Hovell street, Wodoga. "I3IL-POSTING.-Orders carefully at J4 ftesided .to by the undersigned, by leaving them at Tne SENTINEL Office. - S M. GOLDING, Wodonga For Positive Sale: HILL'S. CENTRAL HOTEL, BETI-IANGA. THIS ,OTELr offers a splendid chance t.o ithopo looking for a gobod living,. hoing the, leading hotel in this rupidly rising towniship, niad, th .largest. Pro-s porty consists of two freehold allotmontso of lan...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

ALBUIIY MARKET. Messro 0. L. Griffith and Co. report holding a sale on the Albury Show-ground on Friday, 17th instant, whn theoy sold a draft of stud rams for Mr r-Joseph Mlack,. Berrybank, ,Lismoro, Victoria, from 10O guineas to 20 guineas, averaging nearly 18 glineas. They also sold a draft of Heroford cattle for 1Mr I. J. Bowler fat cows from L9as Gd to 11 guineas, fat bullocks from L14 2s Gd to L15 2s ld, breeding, cois. from 11 guineas to 15 guineas, yearling heifers and bulls from G guineas to 12 guineas. Also several draight and thoroughbred stallioris, in .luding,'bi account.oLMessra. A._ ton: and Sons, ato-year-old' colt by Riverton -Gazello for 100. guinohs, besides a number of ordinary to high. class hacks, !ricos od thio whole being highly satis factory.

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !" FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

c..00ooll & "o 01 o01ol1g 5cntiil. ',tAwakoe Arise I Or be for. over fallen !' -3- 1LT0"¢. .?RIDA Y, SRP1'BATB It R4, 183d. All arrangements have now boon corn pleted fort]io valedictory hanquet to beo tendered to Ir \V. L. "errior, J.P., on Monday evening, at the Prince o' Wales' Hall,- Yodongo.. lDuring the conrse of tuho evening, the guedst iill ho presented with a testimonial in the shape of a purse of sovereigin, suha'iqbad 1by his friends throughout the distriot. The Parliaulen. tary reprosenlatives of the Orens and Blonanbrit have' lheoe invited, and a goodly nuinblru of townseesich are expected to e presoent.. Mr Forrier has, during his long residence in Wodonga,booen an earnest, useful townsaman, anl one who loas doilre groat deal for the district. It is to 'lie hoped, thorefore, that a large numnber of Iis frienids will attend to take farewell of hinm. The good work that focal" public men performn on never be ,undone, unles the town fails in its duty to' itself, en...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 13th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL.     MONDAY, 13th SEPTEMBER   Present - The president (Cr Burrows) and Crs Robb, Smith, McLeod, Quirk,   Richardson, Martin and Mongan. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, and a number of letters received dealth with. Cr M'Leod moved, and Cr Robb seconded, that £2 10s be paid to the Geelong and Western District Fish Acclimatisation Society, and that the council apply for 1000 trout fry, or as many as could be spared. - Carried. The council offered no opposition to Mr Hessian's application to purchase a piece of land at Mullagong. The shire secretary was deputed to purchase a piano for the Shire Hall, also to inusre the hall and furniture. It was resolved that block 8A, and 8B, 41, 42, 44, 45, and 34, Baranduda, as recommended by the Crown lands   ranger, be applied for as a timber reserve; that application be made to the Minister of Lands to have the following blocks ...

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LOCAL LAND BOARDS. YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

LOCAL LAND BOARDS. YACKANDANDAH.   A board, presided over by Messrs A. M. Stewart and Meakin, land officers, sat on Saturday. APPLICATIONS UNDER 32ND SECTION, L.A.,   1884. RECOMMENDED. 1. Christina A. Street, 200 acres, block 30, Baranduda   2. Christina A.. Street, 500 acres, block 31, Baranduda 3. John Chapple, 570 acres, block 32, Baranduda 4. Christina A. Street, 570 acres, block 32, Baranduda 5. William Street, 600 acres, block 33, Baranduda   6. John Chapple, 330 acres, block 34, Baranduda 7. Elizabeth M. Street, 760 acres, block 36, Baranduda 17. John Hill, 160 acres, block 15, Bee- thang-half   35. John C, Truss, 160 acres, block 15, Beethang-half 36. Margery Stephens, 700 acres, block 22, Bruarong 38. Hugh Johnson, 600 acres, block 23,   Bruarong 39. Patrick Sullivan, 600 acres, block 23, Bruarong       40. Robert Glyde, 650 acres, block 27, Bruarong 41. Mary Nisbet, 450...

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UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 September 1886

UPPER MURRAY EHOES.       (FROM A CORREPONDENT.) The fine early spring weather which has set in since the late downpour of rain has transformed this locality into a most beautiful and luxuriously grassed panorama. Looking over our fine lands cape of hill and plain, the transformation appears almost too lovely to be real. During the last few days the rays of the sun were almost too warm at noontide, the thermometer rcgistering above sum- mer heat. Sunny weather would be rather premature at this time of the year, so that it can hardly be lasting, and a change of moist weather may be expected. If it were not for the bad state of the roads to this otherwise so favored locality, now is the time for tourists who love the sight of beautiful scenery. They could not employ a few weeks more beneficial to health or enjoyment than to pay a visit to these enchanted pictures of Nature. The valleys and gradually rising pasture lands are beautifully clothed in...

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