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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 November 1886

(1 REWARD. - LOST, bay, MARE, Iblack points, four years old, alout 12 hands high, branded JEID ennjolned, shod In front. Lost from Lower t?nthanga. GEORGE RUSSELT, Jun., Bothanga. TO CATTLE DROVERS and TEAM STERS.-H-IORSES and CATT'[fE taken In for AGISTMENT. 240 acres of splendid grass. Aundanceo of water. Scoure fences. Apply to E. Davis, IHouse Creek, near Cattlo Sale-yards. Notice to Trespassers. TOISON laid on ou: Farms and Paddocks at Baranduda. IIERMANN SOMMER. GEO. SOMMER. BILL.'OSI'INO.-Ordors carefully at tendedI to by the undersigned, by leaving them at Tile SNSTINeL Ollice. M. GOLDINO, Wodonga WODONGA. .TO LET, Shops & Dwellings (New Brick Buildings). O PENING for chemist, dressmaker, milliner, and fancy drapery. None in township. Apply P. ADAMS. Hill View, Wodoonga. Poison LAID in my paddocks, at Lonerv. S . S. MANNS, For Sale, f PADDOCK containing 80acres, one of the .I best on Wodonga Flat. Splendid fattening paddock. Apply P. ADAMS, Hill View, Wobdongs. Notic...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 November 1886

GAZETTE NOTICES. The temporary reservation by order of the 1st Septmnber, 1879, of 202a 0r 19p of land, in the parish of Thologolong, being allotmenot 5B, as a site for camping purposes, is about to be revoked. APPLICATIONS APPROVED. Carl Garte, 11a 2r 22p, Talgarno. LICENCES AND LEASES NOT APPROVED. Geo. Maunder, 50a, Barnawartha North M. Martin, 32a, Barnawartha South Elizabeth Stevens, 4ooa, Baranduda Michael Carmondy, 100a, Baranduda William Beatty, 350a, Bruarong Margaret Beatty, 330a, Bruarong Wm. Beatty, 300a, Bruarong Margaret Beatty, 300a, Bruarong Wm. Beatty, 450a, Bruarong H. Cream,er J. M. A. Dodd, J. C. Keegan, 1000a, Dederang G. M'Dermitt, 430a, Noorongong M. A. Walsh, 100a, Dederang Thos. Ronan, 430a, Noorongong H. Cross, 1000a, Noorongong J. Harper, 430a, Noorongong H. Heat, 360a, Tallandoon J. Otty, 820a, Wabba. William Taylor, 870a, Nariel E. Brown and J. Farrell, 430a, Nooron- gong W . Warnecke. 830a, Granya A. Strahan, 760a, Dederang J. S. Walsh, 1000a, Dederang ...

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CUDGEWA MUSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 26 November 1886

CUDGEWA MUSINGS. (BY A BLUE RIBBONITE.) That Cudgewa is fast emerging from a chrysalis state, has become quite evident of late. Eighteen months ago I doubt if you could find a scrap of Cudgewa news in any paper. But now there are one, two, three, and (including your humble servant, for once) four, corre spondents. Some might say, What has that to do with her prosperity ! Well, I think it shows there is a lot more in terest in the place, and that must be a good sign. We have no reeognised township, but our few business places are not much scattered. One great mis take we made was, not to try and secure a telegraph line, the same as our sister town on the right. She is ahead there, and methinks I hear her say, " Yes ! and ahead in a good many places !" to which I answer, "All right ! But remember the race between the tortoise and hare." The popular subject with us just now is "The Hall." The Rechabites-all honor to them--took the initiative in that by introducing the subject, and brin...

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MITTA MITTA RACING CLUB. BOXING DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

MITTTA MITTA RACING CLUB. BOXING DAY RACES. The following entries ,have been' received: LADIES' BRACE.LET. Miss Sutherland's Virginia Miss Sutherland's Shaugran liass Smith's Penelope 3rs C. Smith's Planet Miss Reid's Revenge Mrs J. Lake's Crusader bliss M. Sniith's Miss Wye Miss M. Smith's Miladi Mrs J. R. Sheuhan's Byron. MITrr MIrrA HANDICAP. N.jIM'Kay's Jurassic N. SlI'Ka,'s First Water H. Smith s Penelope Paton Bros.' Fly Jno. Reid's Revongo R. Taylor's Phiig H. Hales' Miss Wa Jas. R. Sheehan's P Ir Star. BURDLE RACE. N. 3M'Kay'e Shaugrauni A. Cardwell's Robin T. Neilson's Violet H. Hales' Miss Wye H. Andrews' Mlyosotis. Pousica?s' PuRSz. N. M'Kay's Jurassic N. M'Kay'e Isoline Paton Bros.' Fly C. Smith's Planet A. Cardwell's Robin R. Taylor's Phizgig H. Hales' Miladi Jas. R. Sheehan's Byron Jan. R. Sheehan's Polar Star

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 26th NOVEMBER. (Before Mr W. H. Foster, P.M., and Mr T. Reidy, J.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

IYODONGA POLICE CO Url2 F-slD?u, 26th 'NoVm?EnE ' S/(Bdefore ,lr W. 11. Fosior, :P.3M, :.oid Mr T. Reidy, J.P.) IDEBT. v: P. O'Connnorv (. Black, £2 7s d;,good;s. Defendant admitted the debt,..butt asked four iimni to ply it. Order for anouunt, ,with costs. Sauie r D. iowdern, £5 17.s ??, goods. ' No appearance t,f defendant. Order for .lnalluullt with 5s costs. Same v .John Dean, 19s 9d, ,goods. 'Order for aount, with costs. (G. Dallingor v S. Bartlett, £19 Os Od, .gosds and repaira's. No appearance of de fundant. Plaintiffresirced at Albury, and *defendant at Corryoag. In answer to the bench, the plaintiff said the debt had been -contracted at Albury. 'lTh Bunch ruled tthat the amount due could not borecnvered in Wildonga, and accordingly the case was :astruck out for wasnt of jurisdiction. James Shelly v John Nicholls, £5 15s, rent. Sutnnains not served. Extendelcd to ,next court. TIlE TRAVELLINO SlicEE' NUISANCE. Constable Ilout SouiiIsmoned Jamles :Shelley,of Koetong,for being ...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. GRAZING AREAS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

GAZETTE NOTICES. GRAZINO AREAS AVAILABLE. Benambra.-Wagra, 670a, allotment 149, formerly applied for by W. Faulkner; Cudgewa, 760a, allotment 78, formerly applied for by Jno. Dobinson; Yabba, 235a, part. allotment 89, formerly applied for by D. Duncan; Wagra, 320a, allotment 147, formerly applied for by J. Brady. LEAbES ArPROVEI). W. Ieat, 42a, 2r 35p, Kergunyah J. H. Pooley. 219a 3r 3p, Tallangatta. GOnRAT A? noVoD. W. Heyenga, 19a 3r 13p, Towong. LlersNe s ArrorVEo. Louol Iluon, b00a, grazing block 2907. Nuil-Bidatrup, 17a, grazing block 2908, Wodonga. ThomaaNugcnt, son., 60a, grazing block 2009, T'allangatta. ll. W. Minogue, 5a grazing block 2010, Yackandandalh. Robt,. Morrison, 457a, grazing block 2801, \'odongu:.

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WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

S.W'ODONGA -A'NNUAL LACS. Tlid weights for the: principal'ovents at the approaching'inoeting worodeclared on Wednesday.: For the Wodonga Handicap, neither Dagon, Norman, nor Riverbolle can complain of being harshly, treated. On his Wagga running, Mr Bowler's hoaro should havo a hig say in the race, and ceitainly let .41b should , not.: trouble Noriman,' if heoshould bo in-anything, like form; Messrs 'Paton Bros. .Rivorbelle. ivho is reported to bo going well, should alshobe amongst the flrst'threb in the race. The folliwing are the weights:-' ..wonoN .A HANDICAP. at. lb. Patterson's Black Diamond i ..1 8 Bowler's Dagon .8... 4 J. MI'Donald's Cnp ld'Etat , , 8 .2 Welsh's Kildaro e ... , .. 8 2 M'Kay's Jurassi .:" ,: .!::.. i 10. Little's Dnnald: ;.: .;, , ';;., 7 0 Stool's Rhetorician .:: '";'::' 7 8 Stewart's Eole. 7.' ." 1' :: 7 7 Ringwood's'Fair King "'' 7i.:.'. 7 7 Cain lon. ... 7?. 0 Johnson's Phiz?ig .~ . ... 71 5 Richarda' Revorerion . ... ... f. Stool's Normnpr ... . ... i 4 ...

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LICENSING' COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

ZICENSIIVC q' COURTS. Thoe nnurnl sittjing ,f' tin LicOnsinirg Courts and Quartorly Transfer Courts twill bo hold nas uitilr: Booohwnorih, Stmnlny 1Viahhoed and Ytickandlandah, 20th Dcomaohr,at ll a.m. 'ITALLANOATTA. Tnwrng, Snowy Crook and Mitta, 21st Doecmber, at 11 a.m. -Wodongo, 22nrd DIcombor, tat 1 n.t, Myrtlo Crook, %ýrd'0Dacoathsr, znt 10 at. m

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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

TAILL4N.IO TT'AJO'TIVGS. .usi?uins is hllrribly,dull,, andl In ex nit?nent'vlatver .:exists?'? You i'3ay* lparade our little town for hours during the diay, nl int1ierY louthigi ill'tho ihalpa of. the, " uanli formil diii,. eoI v: your own shiiado.. JIi. to ihccunt 'for' this un usuil stuat of thiiigs, is' eitirely beyond my plirspicity. 'IThe only suggeation that offers is that, hwdatheur being so con foundedly hot, followi have laid in a store !of liquid amnuniiuin, which thuy resort td diuring the dt?r ?t hiomei . We areo to havloathletic sports on Now Year's Day, and 'l good programme has .I'on.issuuud.) Sovio:?dinuatisfaotiont has beon expressed .over. the advertising, a majority of outsiders contending that an Albhiry jouirnal "gets tolinpuclh rAof the jpuddingu. Aid 'I agreoe with 'thbm.: I think that'"tis high tilnso n looked to our owif interests, which can' hardly. bpa. con served by subsidinrig institutions over the borlur., , . The nimow sbchool has h1ol open for somo ti...

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A.M.A., BETHANGA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

A.;r.A, -.Bi??TIANA?4 RANOH. Thi:o rdinnrty mbnthly 'l'ieing of the ahovo branch was held in Golde' Hall on IWeditisdriyB thq 94th Culthimo.,r i D. Tilrnbull occupieoda the chaoir.u: nd, d o following momlriis of the tonim itleoe,t ro .prenent:--l essrs Buttors, MT. lahler, J.T. Hall;;T. Nankorvis,' H. Rule, and the treasurer and secretary. Letters from the A.kM.A., thanmkin the branch for thu good foolitig exiating'in forwarding monetary oasistance to the Buninyong branch was read and roceived, also a letter from A.M.A., informing branch of 122 miners being locked iout in Now Zealand, via. Kaltaigata blmnch. The committee heartly ondcroed the actinn taken att a mooting of the Executive Council, hohl at Creseick on the 19th ultimo, that a levy' of 3a per member should hb made upon all mnmohor of the A.M.A., to assist the Knitangata locke ut membeomhors to main tain their rights. It was also resolved that a geeoral mol ting of Ithe members of this Ibnrach shoull le called at an early...

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WHERE ARE THE MILE POSTS? TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

WHERE-AREc:THE MILE- POSTS? TO,TII|} EDITOI OF THIE SENTINP?l. 'Sni4-.-f yoPtwmIdtlbi 'g'obod oh6bhil to inform mo, tlhrough your valuabloe papr, hotwit:istltat. annu,tl , avolling along the B?nogilla roal npverby, anly chanlce oos other than'islf"'mi1e''manrkod on the tlo graph polo;- you ?vmuld greatly obligo thia antn :of ,wonderin- -humanity. In case you may.?. be incineod to suggost "pubs." as-.a.poaihle solution of the myetoLrHtlI:may. otato that I have ber,i a total abstainer all my life and never got drunlk:eoxcept.:onco, .when Bill eold thu farm.s--Ynursr &e., Orn SMITTI, Tlhroisa trand'lLmdgo of (ilMd Tomplnra irnfii'ei.ivithifiihrtdon sub-lodges, awnnu ,sihiýb ,ir.hii of 81%),

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

JAST WEEK! LAST WEEK! OF THE Great Clearing Sale! l?Bt~ore C!ohsi!ng the Store and 1etiring f'ro1 1Business. f(l|11'Ptublio are respect.ully rmanisulec that this is ts e hest opports}Wity they will _-": o t o.f g ottoig god t. . pssp tlpg t !, t c.ost price.' Therefore now is the t!! e to SAi tGAINSl IBARGAINS ! BARGAINS! TH.E. STOCK CONSISTS 01F S1osieriy, Ribbons, Laces, Calicoes, Linens, ' Diapers, Dresses, Prints, Sateelts, Quilts, Ilollands, Blankets, .-MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, BOOTS AND, SQOES, rGiceties, Ironmongery, Crocl.erywar?. Paperlhangings, c, &c. A. Large Iron Safe fors Sale. . QALL. BEFORE IT IS TQO LAT1E. 0 B Iv ERER'; S11IGH STREET, WOPONGA. .: . 0 E ASONABL OFF1TER REFI USED. ( FAiNCY OODS. FANCY GOODS L IGE A.SSO RTMET i' TST TO IIAND 'UIT'l .._L F I:OR 'CIlRIsST.1AýS PREI[SENTS: (IIISMAS .... AR . ..I CI'ilISTI SMA' CARDS. : ,POREAT ~ ARIETY. rIt'ATIONE.tY .?TATI NERY!~ STATIONERY i Of every Dqso1r'iption foi Sa.. F [N ---~ ~!OFFJ9E. B . st, Qualit ,anc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, HIor STREET, WODONGA, Wholesale and Retail B U T C H E R. Tie. oldest-established Butchery in Wodonga. M1EATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Sinal Goods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND Farrier, B EGS 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. Wodonga. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, 'HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he has opened a Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as Tun SNrTsNsL Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths ! Baths ! Baths ! Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. MjjUSICI MUSIC l MUSICi! Professor L. Iverson (Of the f ionna Conservatoiro of Music), Visits .N ODONOA; on Wednesdays and - Saturdays. . Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

CARLILE - GARING. - At St. Mathew's Church, Albury, on 26th August, 1886, by the Rev. Canon Acocks, John Carlile to Agnes Garing; both of Bungil, Upper Murray.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

O :STAIND THIS SEASON at B3ethanga. The Thoroughbred lHorso SU M B ER 0 N A, By Glorious (imp.), damn Miss Wasp, by Prince Wiliasn, tdan Queen, by Peter Finn(limp.) Cuhebrooma is a bay, six years old, .stand ing 1o? hands high, with great hone and sutiatalnce, and has proved limself a good horse on the turf, and is admitted by good judges to be one of the handsomest horses in the district. Termes-£-2 if mares lad; £3 if paddocked. Mares must be removed by let January, 1887, or a charge of 2s8 d per week will be made for agistoment. Good and secure paddocks provided on the Murray, and every care taken, but no responsibility. CEO. OSBORNE. riTO STAND THIS SEASON AT I ESKDALE, the'lThoroughbred Stallion SIR GARNET. SIR GARNET is a brown horse without any white, risingsix years old, 17i hands high, and not leggy. Judging from this horse's breeding.and ilunense size, he should get the right sort of steeplechase and carriage horses that are now and likely to be in much demand. This horse ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

O CATTLE.: DROVER antd TIAM S. TERS.'--HORSIES-aniud . CAT4TLE taken in for A1ISTMENT., 240' preai.of splendid ras. Abundatied of water Seodiro fences. Apply to E. Dvis, :HoutseI Criel, near Cattle SBle.yards. Notice ,to Trespassers'. . POISON laid 611 ol: Farinai il I n Uaildiock at Bariin'duda. , . IERMANN• SOMMElR. , . : GEO. SOMMEIR. WODONGA. TO LET Shops, & . Dwellings *(New BrickJlelliings).; i'PENINGc' for clieinlst;' dresnsiaker, mnilliner, and famiy drapery, None in todwnhip' Apply' ; a i . ,. ;.. :; ,. ^'*ADAMIS.i. * .:: : ',, ,' i Hill View, W\oddnga. For Sale, PADDOCK cotatining 80 acres, on of the besta on Wodlonga Plat'.-t:Spledid "fatfenini paddock. Appily ' . : : P1'. ADAMS, , ... Hil Wlong'a.' For Sale, ; .PLENDID E?itli'sh l PIANO (noearl J, ,now); by .T . BU (r.ier,!id Co., £.4. A great bargaiin. PETER-M1'LEAN, Wodonga. " '.Notice.' * A LL..PERSONS founm-FiTiUNTING, .L S'SHOOTING, FISIIIN, or TRES PASSIN(4G/o'l6ty 'vaddocki', 'Littli River, -will be PROSEC...

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YACKANDANDAH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 27th NOVEMBER. (Before Mr W. H. Foster, P.M., and Mr Henry Street, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

YACKANDANDAH POLICE COURT.   SATURDAY, 27th NOVEMBER. (Before Mr W. H. Foster; P.M., and Mr Henry Street, J.P.)   William Smith v James Jolly-Assault. Mr W. L. Zincke for complainant; Mr Tuthill for defendant. W. Smith, selector, Dederang, stated - Reside with my father, who is a publican at Dederang. The defendant is also a pablican at the.same place. On the 9th November there was a picnic at Gundow- ring State school. and a dance followed. I attended thereat, and saw Constables Ellis and Quinane there. The constables were talking to me outside about some- thing that they had been told I had said about them. I denied saying anything, and they stated that Jolly and his wife were their authority. Jolly was near and rushed up and knocked me down. Marcus Hobbs came up and separated us. I heard afterwards that Constable Ellis also interfered. I took my coat off and asked Jolly, " If he wanted anything, he could have it." We then closed again, and a young fellow...

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MITTA MITTA NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

MITTA MITTA NOTES (BY STRAY SHOT.) Blissful quietude reigns supreme in the township just now. However, the season     is close at hand when things in general begins to liven up. The approaching races engross the attention of the local "sports". This being the first meeting of the new Racing Club, its debut will be watched with interst. The Club certainly to be con- gratulated at the start it has made. A nice little programme has been put for- ward, and the entries for the principal events, which closed on Saturday night, are,, I believe, satisfactory. The   booths, gates &c. were sold by tender and realised good prices, Nos. and 2 booths fetching £17 12s, at which price they were secured by Mr. Lord. The two     refreshment stalls also brought good prices. I was over the course, which has been cleared and widened, and a good job they have made of it - in fact, it will be as nice a course as you will see in an u...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !"—MILTON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

(10Aobongla i& 'oi?ollg gclntitctl. i!Awake. Arisel;: (Orh be fr oerS fallen :! -MIILTOs. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1836. Tire warlike tone of the telegrams we 're" ' daily: ; receiving.? from r·Europeo causes the thiilkinig persoin 'to'cbun sider wlietheroour-. colonial defences are in a sufficiently advanced state to lieo gfany.re·slue incse df mn actual invasion liy.i hdstil' fldet.'' Consider-' ing the largo sums of money that have been spent ontlhe defeinco of the -IHeads,' and the 'number..of: efficient men who' are ihi the" Navy,' we may safely coieclude that the combined.land aild sea foices Nwiuld: be stronielnofigh to make an effective. resistance, should an attempt be made to run the blockade at Quceenscliff. Butsupposethe foreign war vessels, instead of" being obliging enough. to come right up to our big guns for the purpose of testing their metal, and. that of the.men wlho serve them, sllould..dlanid troops anywhero behotween the borders of Neow South Wales add South....

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CUDGEWA MUSINGS. 27th November. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 December 1886

CUDGEWA MUSINGS. BY A BLUE RIBBONITE. 27th November.     Roll up ! Roll up, Cudgewa ! Don't let our neighboring town laugh at us. Let us see if we cannot have half at least of the shares of the hall sold by next meeting of committee. Public commit tee, or Rechabite committee-whatever it   is- "buy a share." We must have some kind of large room, and, now the thing is fairly started--although I can never be persuaded to agree with the way it did start, and call it public at the same time- let us "'bury the hatchet," and the case   Public v Rechabites be withdrawn. The shares are going off rather slowly, I fancy, and I am beginning to doubt (unless we do roll up with help) that our £300 hall will be in imagination. Cer tainly we cans have a cheaper one, but will all those who have bought shares in the £300 hall be agreeable to have it so ? The programme of sports for the 27th December has been issued, and com prises a number of races-...

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