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AUSTRALIAN INDEPENDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

AUSTR-LTAl NINDEPENDENCE. TO TITH EDITOIL OF THi SUTINNEL. Si. Si, -Will you .llow inmto niy a fow words in reply to " Strigyblarirk Jos,"' 1whon appears to be very wishful for Aus S tralian indeplndlonce, and who says that lduring tlhu lte war scaro thler was not one noWaiplipr whiit. ldid not ipreago Elng land'sadiscooliturdc. .So we are to consider IIndin lost, and someu lusian gonural riIling in Calcuttia, and hastutiinlg to: ulal;o .raid on Australia, for ullehaps ho is not twaro that w have " J u " hero tio tk a Htringylharksapliiig ia hli hand to ward themlinof. But seriously upioking, Sir, is it not strnugo that thlir are peoplo to bu Jfound, living u iidr Elnglish government, poss'ssad ofsuclh auntiinents.-and, sol f tlislhess,' for 'Lho iiiBifl 'pleased wikli I,) ", thel thought that wo aro not kept " V A'ia, " abr;iitlih '" by1 troublcsomiu niighboura , '.: -. - N " the C1Oni Coloijn, -and to Iqulot tlh S1 i N G 8 T E i1ranl' mncsiali-" Jou " lis :found a Sthue oyCs of th...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GRANYA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

GRANYA RIFLE CLUB. Tho shooting on Saturday resultod as follows: Fivo Rounds-900 Yards. 0. urom, 2 2 5 5 ............ 10 F. Ross, 2 5 2 2 3 ............ 14 Sourutary Sparrow, 2 3 4 2 2 13 BIohun, 2 2 2 3 2 ........... 11 Caiptain Junkins, 3 30 2 2... 10 \Waltor Wubb, 3 2 2 2 0 ... 0 David Grant, 3 2 0 0 2 ...... 7 Five Raounds-300 Yards. 0. Hors, 5 3 4 3 2 ............ 17 Captain Jonkius, 2 2 2 2 2... 10 So'rutary Slparrow, 3 2 2 0 2 0 Davird Grant, 0 0 2 2 2...... ( holui, 0 2 2 0 2,............... II aIltr W\ubb, 0 0 2 0 2 ... 4

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WESLEYAN TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

WIE.LEYA1V T'A MIAW''Ilf/, The annual services and tea meeting in cotluction with the \Yesleyan Su(lay school took place last Sunday and Monday. Thlese services are always looked forward to with pleasure, for, freom a parent's point of view, we expect the musical part by the childroen i the greatest attraction. IOn this occasion the children rendered twelve ]lhymns altogetsher, assisted by their teachers, Miss Searl taking the solo in one, and thile Misses Dower and Whithurn a duet in another. The singing, as a whole, shows imlrovement, and none could come away without being impressed, after hearing Nature in its purest simplicity, chlildron's voices. Thle three ladies above mentioned also 'afforded tile audience It treat, and we never tire listening' to their efollrt. The tea meeting, on Monday evening was very ~ell attended, and after the tea, thle usual speeches pertain ing to such occasions followed. Addresses were given by the chairman (Mr WV. Mitchell) and IMr John Poiley, als...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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DISGRACEFUL ATTACK UPON THE SALVATIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

IDISJRAL4BFUIL ATTACK UPOT S TIlE SALT'V.TIOAINTS. uW luhve beeu oxtrmuely fortunate lie-.u in Wodonga in having a really wall bs4?lvud cla? of young lon, who kilow' mueLIthig of lhrrikinismu, and wish to know nothl-%g of it. Y?it we are occasionally visitea~Iby lads froml other townls whose ideas o t f ull ld practical joking are not in accortl twith those of our mIrer peaceably disposed y uths. Since the advent of the Salvation A \i:my hUer, things lIwe not gone on so I.l 11 as hithorto, aid on tlih evenings wh n thlese onthll siats, . or fanatics, "'hold .-ort," sevond "undesirable missiles " hlrae b nll hurled at thaln in a. moat cowardly maatlleur. On Friday light soevOlrl atonas wL i 'e thrown at the Salvationists, and oil u wolan received a. nasty injlry on her t eye. Before thi:, however, the Salvation rll y had a rough tilm of it. Thuy have latterly walked over front Albury, in ple eu of taking at cab. On Friday, so the ime nburs of tIm Albury contilgelnt say, they vore fol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

5'1 ;l. I N (A S T It IL . iunn' mw n+ ' O vJ R Njllr, 5o01 0jents for the Instown Agrioulturai Produoe Company. fora from Country Storokoopers for one, Oniooa, eta,, will remzli' prompt Sion./ 3rgl nyah Sawmills. OSEPH NESSIT, PRZOPRIETOR,. rgo stook of SEASONED TIMBER 5 timbor of thu boat qulality. TER ML'LEAN, AGETr, W1oduol~gn, 1RtBETT & SiUEEIJAN BLACITSHISjIjS i1YHE4 LWRIGHiTS, *u1)Trud to. oxoultu mny IrdUr oil. I t hu tiu at thu 8!)'rtwt ulLtiCuo JRSES O UlEFULLY SHOD. Inship nod MlIturial Guioywtuud, a Il,- u 11 ruut, near linalway uld utluugu r 10 'AND Til SEASON, at d o r go, : o rar W o. dongs, Tho Draught Siro MERRYMAN, By Young Paragon (imp.), dmun by Con. u oror (i mp.), grand daiin by Merry 'armorn (Imp.) For Youmg PIragon', pldadr l e Imported Stud Book. r e Mennvr.tA. i sa dark dapple bay, 5 years aid, stand1s 10 hands hig, poaeIa,,,, ,runt hone and mansolo, with ialln dnha o of hulr, is exeooelnlgly doailo, and a sploenlii worker, th , Grl constitltitlo, H...

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A VOICE FROM THE TOMB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

bro . - --- -. - Sr111.A C2 A C: IO5i TIlE TOMBI. to 1". TO Tollu IiDrk o :' Tia srrxKTI:I.. don Sti,--May .:Ias a resplctable, elderly unI5 pljli'itim,, 5aomIlOing in that dreary plih. wih?,l1it k.wn1 istle \i:hu Volongl Colimu it , tury, be isrilittod, on behalf of myself eal-. and ,ti thur'tdispritcd spirits, to earnestly if aquirO, tirughtho inediumn of your paper, wh'i hcoea lirac venelrble and sagacious body 'bao the coletoltrytrustees-intend to huld their it's( .txt nioteing ? not . ?heiduinbiaeful cLnditionofOur cemetery wht ji well, known to you mortals, that it .would ib s)uparluous for me to make any lengthy eomm-nit on it. It is a wilderinig Slabyrintlih of thorns and thiatles, and high r ag.-ms, which completely hides the graves. ..mind even tha ttinbstone fromn view, so that; sa ifa quint, inoffensive spectre is in a1 p1a0' nu tietlar hurry to retire on the 1)reC tultllrO 'f 1 crowing of the tl tditilnnl cock, he often tinds hlis1lf in a fre dileimia to discover his ow...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA WARDEN'S COURT. FRIDAY, 16th OCTOBER. (Before Mr Warden M'Cormick). [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

WODONGA WARDJE3' COURT.. -4--+-- FamDAY, 10th Ocroect. (Before Mr W?arden M'Cormick). Oornolius MA'Carthy v M1. M.nIahon, £4 9s 10d, for ton weeks' work and labor as a minor in the Shamrook Quarts claim, Sandy Creek, defendant being a ono-third shazelolder in the claim, AMr Eumerson appeared for the plaintiff. Corolius M'COarthy, the plaintiff, pro. ducod his minor's right. lie was, togo-a thor with Walters and defendant, a share holder in tle claid:. Defndant did not work Iis interest. Defendant agreed, on the 3rd May, to pay plaintiffand his nnto 15s each per week to work the share. From the 0th May to the 11th August they worked in the claim, A crushing was taken out, which gave a clear Iroflt of £18 ls (id, and defendant's share of this amounted to £0. Plaintiff and Waltura divided dlofendant's share be twoeen them. (ave defondmnt credit for that amount, and wouldl also allow sl 4d1 to ho taken off the account as a share of the cost of picks, COlrles Walters, a miner, residing a...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEA MEETING AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

GCI(JrUll Ofl Jop TIN LAND 'I.JA MEIETING AT wTODONGA. ---------- (By A"NOUTI'S)rIII). \We know that thlre aret seasouns for crimelet and football with our athlutes, and that tl l' areu times ,when our fair inaidUns exchal .: 'to heavy wraps of winter for lhe glorioul ,bvelties and fnasions of the sprinli'WVo know;tlmtt at this happy Sleriod of thoyear that a "young miann's falcy "'is supposedl'" lightly to turn to tlhoghltsof lovo"andthatwhelntlheo wattle gold trembles 'twixt shadow and shine," the bookmakers cominenco their arrange uents for the coming Saturnalia of the nlolboiirrio Cup-thlit "blood and crimo * stained festival" of tho envious Sydney plapers. But there is another delight which beauteous spring brings with her the church tea meeting. Flowers are nullerous and beautiful, butter is cheap, •mnd tlh church, which the ladies lovu and support, wants monoy, as indeed churcles always do. The want, of money and the desire for it with tho churches does not I ced annual renov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

J'THE PARLOR CAR. (CONCLUsDIa.) S Mr R.-" Oil, I diaro ay " After > his ruaiilulluu. Jli4i0 at)-cut, advise ,} . )1R KIENNE ,I), L.Rt.C.S.I., I,.R.t.C.P.,., M AY he, ces'multl ait Ihis resildence, ", M S T'I ; itTl'l, AL?.Usl\. m u cUSICI MUSIC!! MUSIC! I Professor 'L' L Iverisen (Of the itoens Cmoisurvataire of Maice). VisitL \1 000'Y t. ir \' ecdsdays a. Saturdays. Addres-Alleu's Terinloius Ilot,: 3AiNK 0F VIC'T0ORIA. W\VODONU.A BIIANCII. CAPITAL... ... £1,I.000 •.si:RVE R ,'F :..z I ..,oD, Deposits receoi1e.?i;hills diicounted, aid all usual banking business tranImteLLd. I). M\ACKAY, Manager. 8apLIAu iMPrSiaearrLIDr JM$Is rOONfYr&CMEraD?OsUMa hW E beg to bring untler paum notice the Sanalysis of the "CREAM OF 1RISH WHISKEY," which we lave obtained fron ,Jlo-[ DlRU\IMMOND) KIiLtKI AND, iNq., f. et Chl. iB., Analytical Chemit.atitld Professor of Chemistry to the 1ts, dir.ll ty"Melbourne : Cimi5si iNi I(noiiTarTi:a, . TI UsIvEIa?irTY oI?'rlLiOURlIE, 'G*rln Ma., 1884. I ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

JOHN G. WIGG, * I[I STItIET, WOI)OSA, : .Wholesale audl Retail S ,U .T 0 11 i N. B, c E Ti, ohlfct- etbiin: lnci BjutcIj ,ry in *'' i' ' n gn. All MIE TS. ?f BEST QUALITY ' 'Alwas oa hal d. Snall Uoolds of Orly IlcHriptinil. I1DES mnd SK';INS PURlCHASED. - JAMES GRANT, FARRIER AND GNI-RAL.. SMITH TALLANUAT'PA. A LL KINDS of TUlNING 1iono on the ... premises, aind iopairts ilActed in it wor1cminlikd ntyl. ' SENERALi jIAKSMI1i[: AND Elgin tircet (near itilwly ercs.ing); S . . . , W ododgal-i. " '' SJ4 LA-MBOIURN . Begs to thank li L nuil;ious custrnitrs for past favors, anid, hlopiei to still einit ' convtinllmulle. 1. AGUICULT-URAL- IMPL·AhENTS /; E* "PAIRED. 1iORs1isE'h -E-ING A sPECIALITY. '\'. . hy? * . leccurls they a1r islol n according to mat ai;' Bllitaiblt to lint re. V, t COMMERCIAL ROTi_ BET; N'ISCT GA/„'.».. ' u •* ./ ' 0 _11R .OS to intimato tiat k ti, the Ooold an:oninorinti,-'for travellers.' , 'S.I i L ii M) PADDOCK VICTORIA HOTEL, i ** .,...;.'?.'-i: " 'YODONGA. - ' '...

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[?] Towong Sentinel. [?] Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

. ong- ciltinl. '. Arise I 'Or.be for ovor',fallon !" -MroLTzS. 'S.1TURDA1 Y, OCT0OBER 4, 1835. WV: have so otten spoken in previous issues of railway annoyances that we are loth to point out another injustice to Wodonga. We must, however, agitate for a convenient time-table for the trains on the North-Eastern line that is, as between Wodonga and WVangaratta. As matters now stand, the inhabitlnts of and between those two places are wholly dependent on the Sydney and Melbourtu trains, which are most inconvenient. We can see no reason why the North Eastern people should not have a train running for their own convenience, .as well as Bcechworth has. Now, what we would like to see is this:-That a train should start from \WLaugattnta in the morning, after the usual passenger train from \Vodonga to Melbourno has arrived there. The same train would be at Chiltern aLt about nine o'clock, and at Wodonga at about' ten. Let the train wait, if possible, at this terminus; or, otherwise, let anot...

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DARK RIVER MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

DARK RIVER MINING MEMS.   Mining at Dark River shows signs of revival. Costin's tribute party, from the Mascotte claim, obtained 60 oz. retorted gold from 57 tons of stone during the current week. Mr. Christie M'Crae has about 40 tons to put through from the M'Kay's Creek reef, and it is confidently anticipated that the result will not be under 10 oz. per ton. A fact worth men- tioning in connection with the M'Kay's   Creek reef is that the stone has to be packed a distance of seven miles to the plant--- the Dark River battery; and the cost of transit amounts to £2 10s. per ton.

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 16th OCTOBER. (Before Messrs G. D. M'Cormick, P.M., W. L. Ferrier, and N. P. Newnan, J.P.) PETTY LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

WODONGA POLICE COURT.   FRIDAY, 16th OCTOBER. (Before Messrs G. D. M'Cormick, P.M., W. L. Ferrier, and N. P. Newnan, J.P.) PETTY LARCENCY. Cornelius M'Carthy was charged, on remand, with the above offence. John Fanning, from whom the money was alleged to have been stolen, swore that when the half-sovereign fell from his pocket, the accused picked the coin up and offered to return it to him there and then. Witness also denied having signed a warrant for the arrest of accused. This testimony was in contravention of the information given to the police, and, under the circumstances, Senior- constable Ellis had no alternative but to apply for the discharge of the accused. The bench discharged the accused. REMOVING TIMBER FROM CROWN LANDS. Mounted-constable Kirkham v Henry Manseys, Edington Pierce, and John Callanhan, removing timber from Crown lands without a license. The complainant said defendants had stolen the wood from a woman, who had cut it on the reserve. He admitted...

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WODONGA COUNT COURT. THURSDAY, 22nd OCTOBER. (Before his Honor Judge Casey.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

WODONGA COUNTY COURT.   THURSDAY, 22nd OCTOBER. (Before his Honor Judge Casey.) Timothy Ryan V James and Thomas   Shelley, £12. Mr Emerson for plaintiff; Mr Tuthill for defendant. The defendant had ten days ago tendered payment of the debt, but had only partially paid the ex- penses, refusing to pay the mileage (£4 3s) on the service on Shelley the younger.   Mr Tuthill reminded his Honor that at   Bright he had decided that the items on a summons should be " totted up," which   had not been done in this case. It was   stated in the footnote that if defendant paid the amount due and costs within five days, the case would not be heard. Besides, he contended, there was no second service upon the second defendant. Mr. W. C. Macfarlane, County Court bailiff, sica he had been unable to find the secibd defendant after seraching for him     for seven days, and at length had been &amp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 October 1885

charcoal cart. WVages, 10 to 5s per woeek, with board. Apply Peteor Godone, Baranhidda. \W,LTANTlEID) active young WOMAN as VV 'Vwaitress and housemanild. Apply Allen's Termninus Hotel, Wolnllga. T',H'EN)lUitS wanted for FENCIN ini an .1. allotment in WVodonga. Applly W. C. Macfarlane. Athletic Sports, Tallangatta. A general MIETING will be held in the Court -loulse, Tallagatta, onil Thursday evening next, 20th October, at eight p.l., to forlm a comllittee to the ahove. W. 11. ROP'lilt, Jun., Holl. Secretary. Racing Club at Tallangatta. A general MEII'ING will lie held after Athletic Sports meeting, on Thursday eveno ing, to formon a IRacing Club at T''allalatta. W. H. ROPE",ll, lIon. Secretary pro (tem. LEN EVA CONCERT. TO-NIGHT I TO-NIGBT I MIr T. It. EDWARDS will run two or lmore CABS, if necessary, conveying passeOi~enr to Loeneova and back, starting fromn Tiul SSaINL Offllice at half-past ixr. Return faro, 2s lid. LENEVA MUTUAL IMPIIROVE IPIENT SOCIETY. A GRAND S 0 I R E E, Und...

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SPORTS AT CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 October 1885

SP'ORtTHI AT CUDGI)I'A. An excellent day's slort cams off at the Towong IHotel on Friday,'thlj 23rd in stant. The day was beautifully fine, an.l the dilbront eventi closeoly coitested, particularly that for the Towoug landi cap, the first throe being so close to gether at the finish tha:t no one, except the judge, really knew who had. won. James Whitehead, a lad of fourteen years, ran very gamely in the Hurdle Race. I-lost Whitchoad provided an excellent luncheon. Mr Joseph Hanson, J.P., as judge, appeared to give general satis faction, as did also Messrs Thorburne and Ross, as handicappers, and Mr T. Sheathor, as startur. The following are the results: Maiden Plate.-John Waters, 1; R. Fraser, 2; T. W. Whitolhad, 3. Towong Handicap, 200 yards, of £4. T. B. Waters, scratch, 1; T. W. White hIead, 10 yds, 2 ; R. Ably, 1 yd,. 3. Handicap, 120 yards.-J. Waters, 1; G. Nugent, 2; R. Ably, 3. Hurdle Race, 200 yards. - T. W. Whituhead, 11 yds, 1; W. H. Whito head, 13 yds, 2 ; R. Streather, 1...

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TIPS FOR THE V.R.C. MEETING. MARIBYRNONG PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 October 1885

TIP'S FOR THlE V.11.U. MEETING. BY RATAPLAN. MA1AIv?r ONno PLarE. Philip Augustus ... .Bhlairguwriu ... ... ... Louise BurthaL I shall awu'd theu bluribbon to Dmlop .... ... ,,. 1 1Yhitu 's be?at ... . ... 3 Thunderbolt ,3 .. 3 Acolyteo ... . 1 St. John ... , 2 'lrunton ... ... . T. 3 With Dunlop a dangorons nutsider. During the last live years Franco hal alpont nearly £1,00n,000 per annum on in oroauing and ruorganlsing hur univursity institution.

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THE ATHENÆUM SITE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 October 1885

THE ATIuENzEU?M 81rE. TO '111 EDITORI OF TIHE SENTI0NEL. Smn,-The old :aying, " What is every body's business, is nobody's h,,usiness," so0ms to keeoop the pople of Wolonga from payilng any hood wh ,tover to your motto, " Avwaku i Arise I Or bo for ever fallen I" for thougl theoy entirely disap prove of the decii,ln arrived at collnon icn, the site fixed on for the Athenunum, thins indilfforuce piovents tholl taking any stops to stop the action of the Atheonnumn conuaiittoe, or to got the do cision rverseod. I luar everywhere, both in town and in the oountry, expressions of disgust at the site, and the uselessness of puatting up a buildi ag in tlhat position. Now, Sir, sooing that the mattor is of' very grave importance, would it not be a wise stop to pause it lit tlu, seeooing thait it is a mattor which afUfol.' not a few only, nor the prosonut only, but a very largo portion of theo reading public, anid the futuro of the town as wall. As a Free Publio Library, subsilijend by Govern...

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WODONGASHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 27th OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 October 1885

VODUONGAcSIIIIuu ( COvUNOIL. - 'TUESDAY, i2th Ocro1a1r. Prosent--Ors Newn:an (president). Ferrior, Banbriek, Stroeet, Pirnaby, ma.d Dibley. SIINUIlIS. The minutes of the previous meeting wore road tod confirmed. CORIIESPONDIBENC. From Dr Woods, h:etaltl-ollicer,offering, if neICssity arose for analysing articles of diot, to do the sname hiimsel, as thu uappointment of a permimanbt analyst to thle shire was a farce of the most porfoot l\hlaractr--Received. I'Froln the Government analyst, Mel bourne Laboratory, drawing attention to the fact that he had not received any samples of food or drink for the quarter. -No action at preoent. Fronm the shiro of MIount Rouse, in. viting the co-operation of the council in taking action so that councils should derive the beneofits.slhich would accrue to them fromt an enhanced revenue from unlocked swing gates.-No action. Fromt the Treasury, informing the council that account for £286i7s 3d1 had been passed for payment.-Received. From the Victorian...

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CONCERT AT LENEVA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 October 1885

GCONOERI' A'l' MLEINEVA. Every now and than, thes good folk of Lenova give ia performance in conlnection with their Mechanics' Institute, their State school prize fund, or their mutual improvementaoecity. On every occasion, there has been a good sprinkling of Wodonga talent and of Wodonga faces atolgsot the audience, and the visitors have always been most hospitably treated by the Loneva people. Small wondier, then, that the concert on Friday night, under the auspieus of the M.I.A., was looked forward to pleasurably by the Wodonga and Lenova people alike. An agroeeable drive of six miles in one of EIdwards' cabs broghbtus to thoMeclhanics' Institute. The party arrived d little lato; but the concert conmmittee awaited our advent, and business was consequently not entered into for about a qu:artor of an hour afterwards. The hall was well filled, but we think the olderly residouts of Middle Creek wore conspiceous by their absonce. This is not as it should be-it is a bad oxample. The de...

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