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MEDDLESOME PEOPLE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

fMEDDLESOME PEOPLE. TO TIIH EDITOR OF TIIE SENTINEhI. Sm,--I notico that in your lnst Friday's isso your local correspondent hero refors to me in one of his oflfsions in anything but courtoous langoage. It is a pity that thorn are porsons who meddlo with the business of othor peoplo, and amuso them solves by inferring things that iar untrue, simply bociauo they don't take the troublo to malko themseolvs masters of thll fcts of n coao they ,profess to onlighton others on. Your correspondent is not a minor, and would not soil Ilis hlnuds with such low work, but fo all thalt ho would wish to toneh.nio how to work hard gromnd with ia hly when his iato is away. I am not writing to givo an account of my doings, an 1 do not acknowlodgeo your corrospondoent a my supriorr butsiuply toi protest against the naction of such anon who Lav.e nothicng bettor to do than to lion hurtful inaiuunations ngninst honest woik illngmon. To say "I-To walnted snamo othor candidato ; hence his arbitrary notion...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

BALE' OF; ROWTN: LANDS. SA aale of Crirwn Lanids in feo simplo, conducted by Mr A. M. Stewari, of Beech worth, was hold lat the Court-house, Wodonga,.yestorday, when the following lots wore disliped of:- Wodonga, parish of Wodonga, county of Bogonr -Upset price, L20 per lot; charge for.aurvey, LI-Lot I. area la 3r 37p, allotment 5, section ,J-Dr Dick, LSI. Upset price, L3 per lot; charge for survey, LI Lots 2, 3, 4, area Or each, allotments lo, 17, 18, section S-Lot 2, withdrawn; lot 3, Mrs.Brockley, L,1; lot 4, A. 1'Cormack, L10. . Upset price, .L3 per ncre; chalrg for survey, L3 IOs-Lot 5, area 4a Ir Irp, sublrban allotment 1120-P.: Adams, Lt. Upset price, L2 per sore; clharge for survey, LI-Lot 6, area 8a Or 12 4-5p, suburbia allotment 2, section 5-A; MICornmack, Lt per anre : - .B3arniwartha, parish of Barnawartha 'S6utii, county of Bogong;-Upset prica, AL per acre; chargo.for survay, LI-Let 7, area a 3r 2p; allotment 1,'section 24-M. lMar. 'tin, L4 por acrea Lot 8, area la 2r 2...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE WODONGA ATHENÆUM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

THE WODONGA ATHENýEU?. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIE SENTINEL. Sn,-Boeing in Wodonga the other evening, I thought I would put in an hour or two at the Atheonmum, and was quite surprised to find such an elegant little erection, and pleased with the neat and tasteful manner in which it is fitted up. There is one thing, though, caleu. lated to attract the attention of the visitir after he has got a little used to the hushed. and awed manner of the occupants, and that is a placard, bearing the mlysterious request, "Please observe 'silence," As I am an obliging old buffer I looked round the room, and tried to distinguish the individual who was "Silence" where all were silent, but could not succood. Being too modest to think of breaking the holy calm by asking for information on the subject from any of those presont, I tiptoed down thei passage, reached my hat, and passed out, quite agrooing with Hamloet that, " There are more things in Heaven and earth (and the Wodonga Athon mum), Horatio, than...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. NEW LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

* &AZE'2'E NOTI~CES. Elluti I(Jiltloyl, 20:,,l Il).rdmpllllillb .101111l LwhPIIJ 20):,, 'I'n1~a iio I wlo I 5 ci,o LOhI, 2rtl;lli, '',guuuiuuuug Iho,,,nlis Sloth y:j. 2J);,'W\',~;i,~r Di Viii~ i1'iuiiwj, 20. 1rg11yllln 1bhptl C juollra, Ii'.,, l5,k,.iu:wyll- .1, *Io ,~ll SlOlY, 2D,,~ \IuIIIS:hog i. To ,iu~ilaui, giDag.~IYI h~I1,,k o. 31 i \o,n llizu( 1 hrazihilg bindtk No. 435Y ,Joo W iii 1, gooting~L Iiboulc No. '1(5. niiIIlu0b1 1t1,l~t Am~il FrrilltEhzuot, n uhblutiluuuuu Si, lUCI'(tIo (1, 200n.· It3*F A1'PI~IIIII '1t, ROubcLI \Vii lhi~ol, :''1'dguurni,;(i 2Ouu

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !" —MILTON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

"Awake ! Arise! Or be for over fallen i" -IILTON., FRIDAY, DECEIMBER 10,- 1880. NP'VER perhaps in the world's history hits its' political state of affairs occu pied so momentous a position as at-the present moment. .Tie was when the great NAPOLEON contended for, and all but accomplished,the subjugationi of Europe. But, since his day, and longer since than other ALEXANDsE RS conquered what was then a limited world, the human race and human interests have so far spread and deve loped themselves that the universal weal was never before now in so criti cal a position. Upon the fiat of one man theb peace or disturbance of the world depends. And should the CzAin occupy Bulgaria-an insignificant prin cipality in itself-by his troops, the different interests of the great Powers are so intricately involved that not alone Europe, but the whole Eastern Hemisphere, with Australasia, will be seriously concerned. Were the finan cial resources of Russia on a par with her military expedients and ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

rTO STAND Til~ Sl£ EASON it IBothanga. The Tlioroughbred lorse 0( U M 1BE ? 0 0 N A, Ily tillorious (imp.), d1amn hiss W\asp, by 'lriiee \Wlhlian, dtlil QlleenI1, by.' Peter Fihn (imp.) ... , Cinlllerounall is a Iby, six years old; stanld ing Iiliu loands highl,.\rithl groit bonle and lutistinll~e, and has prove\ld himself a good hlrje on the tirf, and- is admnittedl by good julidges to hle one of the lllollaonoittllurse ill the district. Torm:lll? if mares led; £3 if paddocked. laiiiiemust lie removed-by Jst 'Janualry, 18S7, or 0i charge of r 0til per woek will be ilido for ngistm l it. ': indol old secureo patddocks i-rovided oil the Muihrray, anll over?y caro taken, bullt no respolisibility. 0G ' OSBON.ilO r AIO STAND) THIS SIEASON AT l ESK IDALE, tholThorouglbred Stallion SIR GARNET: SIR GlARNET is a browl i hlors0o withoat anly white, rising six years old, 17}) hands highi, and nollt leggy. Juidging :froon ,this horse's breeding and iililnense size, lie shoullibl gut the right ...

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PRESENTATION AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

' ::: 1a1-·N ATPN SIT WIILTEE A' A l atrgenid ei illoutiial ieeting if fricind was held at IBurku's Hotel do Paris, :Cliltriil, for thui liurposu 'of welcoming anid presenting the Iuv. Fathir 'COarthy ;.with a. valuable horse aiitl purse. of -.sovereigns, the gentleman.lhaving recently beooen appointed assistant priest to Father Van der HByden. Slr J. C. Wall' was unanimlously voted to the chair, which honor he sustained with great credit, and is aa neat and brief speech introduced the rev. guest, coll eludinig his romenrks by reading and pri seuting to hint the following address, iaccompanied with a pinrse of sovereigns: "To the Roe. Dennis 7I'Carthy.-\ e, the undersigned Catholics of Chiltern and district, bog to approach your reverence with fcelings of affection and admiration for your Iniaiiy estimable qualities and the. charitable good works you have performied since it pleased our beloveid Bishop to send. you niiongst us.. We take the present oppor tunity of thanking you, for ...

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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

TA LLANGA '7A JOTTJ'O7'. -4-t- I asked in lly last if you wore hanmpred with maold fossil of aristocratic tendencies, ambitious (of having his mnoie bracketed with a long line of Royal aucestory, and who, if desirous of changing his locale and gratifying his questionablu antbition, could le satislled with a trip out this way. I now purpose, as a quid pro quo, to offer you my interest ina specimen of lhumnnity who is nmro thia n capable of lilling the vacumu caused by the loss of the noInentity we require, especially if such vacuumn could be better filled by a creature i oevery way undowed by tiature and dlcation writh the moans of setting society by the ears and poisoning the minuds of neighbors witlh mischlievous suspiciolis of oach other. I am unable to describe cmy specimen faith fully -an accurate description is im possible-butl will attempt it faint sketch: -Figure, .nondescript; understanding blackfollow's boomerang; religion, in capabld of compreheoding; principle, ditto; nat...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 7TH DECEMBER. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

TQOWiVONG' SilFlil COUNCIL. TUESDAY 7TH DCE.ce nER. ORDINARY MEETING. Prosent-Ors Paton (in the chair), i Larson, Thomson, Dyring, Carkeek, Scarlott, and Robinson. MIINUTES The minutes of tie previous mooting were eand lld conftireld. CORitESP.NDENCIE. Frons Janes Starr, lhnngil, appealing against his valuation.-The rate-collector explained tlut Mr Starr labored under a inisconception. Front W. N. Grigg, Tallangatta, corn plaining. that Mr Peter Muller, in en-. closing his selection, had fenced across the track uneed by the writers The communi- cation ladded thalt Muller had erected gates further down tho crook, at a placoe of.no noa to hint (Grigg), anid asked tte' council to protect his interests. From the shiro sccretary, reporting: that.h hadl attended the Land Board ata e. Tallangatta on this 1(th. tilt., and, on. behalf of the council, ho huld objected to. certain applications for libul on tlhe Berringa conmon. Nttw-ithst:anding hisa protest, however, the blocks were reconm mn...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

ALBURY MARKET. Messrs: C. S. Griflith and Co. report h " olding their usual fortnightly niarket at their Albiiry Yards on Wednesday last, at ."':which thd:attendanco of buyors was good, -satisfactory prices on the whole being realised for all classes of stock. Cattle. -They yarded 700 head, including about 100 inferior to useful boof, the balance mostly fresh conditioned stores. Best pens cows sold to £7 15s, beat bullocks (light weights ), to £7 10s, store bullocks " to £0 3s, store cows to £4 Os, young mixed cattle at very full rates. Also a draft of Hereford heifers and cows from the well.known herd of Mr JI. T. Bow lor, Mlitta, from £4 10s to £7 per head. They sold drafts for nMeser. Dangar and McDonald Biros., C. Frauoufolder, J. .IMcDonald, A. HIoro, junr., P. Ilarum, J, Trowes. T. Lavis, G. ?I, Harrisoan, Joh BradlJohn Bradley, John Ripon, L. 3rerklo, G. and it. Donbleday, Michael Walsh and others at full rates. Sheeoop.-5500 yarded, about ono-foulrth useful mutton, the remai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

rWIINTALDtRA. - NORTH-EAST DI. .IL TRICT.-BIICK HOTEL (freehold). Price and terms from HELLICAR CONNELL, 94 Collins street cast. L 0IT, seventeen Queensland BULLOCKS,. lbranldedl nfollows:-ZX I, US2 ; S2L near ribs, AN2, NDI, 8 over N, UYO, TBEI Anyone detaining the same will be prose ounted, or any information will lbe rewarded. Apply i;., WILLIAM HILL. WVodonga, 8thiDecember,' 1880. - LOST, portions of IRON BEDSTEAD, painted reddish color, betweeoon Craig's and House Croock bridge. Finder rewarded. Apply Chas. Parnaby, Houso Creek. I 0 CATTLE DROVEIRS and TEAM STERS.-HORSES and CATTLE taken ini for AGISTMIENT. '240 acres of splendid grass. Abandaneo of water. Securoe fences. Apply to E. Davis, House Creek, near Cattle Salo-yards: Notice to Trespassers. P-OISON laid on our Farms and Paddocks at Baranduda. IIERMANN' SOMMER.: GEOaSOMMER. .'i Poison .AID in my paddocks, at Lenova. G. S.MANNS. . ,"¢For.qirla, ..--. SPLENDID E?ogili? PIANO (nearly now),.by J.DB. Granmer and Co., £24.: A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

'AINCY GOODS. FANCY GOODS LL ,GE E ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND SUITABLE FOR :ClRISTaIAS PRESENTS. ,: ..:, CHRISTMAS CARDS. . CHRISTMAS CARDS. IN GREAT VARIETY. STATIONERY!' STATIONERY' !"i STATIONERY! Of every; DescriptilI for Sale SENTINEL OFFICE. .. . ,. Best Quality and at Lowest Rates. rrir DEAN STREET, CQHEN, ALBURY (BETWEEN BANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND "BORDER POST" OFFIOE,) ESTABLISHED 1870, WATCHIAKER, JEWELLER, & OPTICIAN, STITISHES to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he has V 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 cannot be equalled in the district, as importing and purchasing for cash enables him to give the public special value. A SPEOCIALITY-ROTHERIIAM'S SILVER LEVERS (guaranteed three years), from £5 10s. WALTHAM SILVER WATCHES (guaranteed two years), from £3. DIAMOND BANGLES, ARROW BROOCHES, EARRINGS, LADIES' and GENT.'S RINGS IN GR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

;JOHN )G. WIGG, 1 ? ? hII STRnET, 'WOUONGA, .. . Wholesale adc Retail .B U T C IH .E RR.' 'TL oldest-cstablished Butchery in MEATS of BEST QUALITY, Always on hand. .Smal Goods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. Alibury and Wodonga C?Coach Factory. E2 C.. ELLIS,I . j OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, EGS to anniounce that hel is prepared to' MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE I Both at Albury and Wodonga.' Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH,. 1HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announcer that lie ha opened. a . Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as Tlme SENTINEL Ollice. TANKS! iTANKS! TANKS! : .All sizes imad to order. Baths ! Baths !: Baths ! Every description of TINWARE niado'tb ordei, 'and kept in stock. "Orders bIy post punctually attended to. " ,:,USIC ! MUSIC ! I MUSIC:Il' Professor L. Iverson. (Of the \ ienna Conservatoire of Music), Visits 1 ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. "Live...

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

THE BLAIY VELL PAP RS. Thrice happy Victoria I.nland teemir~ with milk and honey, a laid brightly illbonined with the golden rnyn of the Sun of Prospority, whore bank nonto flutter on the branchcs of th 'I'ronnlry troo "thick" in the lenves of Vallhimbrsa I". Whero tho greet .ponsion plant llourilshoes in tropical vigor -and luxuriance, fron.' the Fwigq whrpof nmay bo frooly gathorod ?uch fruits n ono thousanntl ponds poer alllnnn by the willing hands, of veteran Spaonkers antd'tlporniiutl ted conal turvoyora, Wh'se services hinve lloul reiunlloerated in tilhne pI?t, with the houggnrly dolo -of £1100 a veer I. What ai consoljtih n itn inst e 'to Lheo " ox.nliclcern of I.ho Stalt" to thinkl that in t]lgo Transury gnrnllon theroe i a trio' growingl the seurut properties of which are nikllnowi to Baron Von Mouller, altogothor too choiceo to bo placed under thosuperintendanceofoMrGuilfoyle, iand which can be made to 1bring forth fruit in and out of season, according to the will of Parli...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 December 1886

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN- CIL. ----<>---- ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above body was held on Thursday last. Present- Cr Burrows (in the chair), and Crs Mongan, Robb, Smith, Richardson, Quirk, and Ronan. The financial statement was read, show- ing the expenditure for the year to have been L6620 19s and the credit balance L1971 2s 1d. The statement was approved, adopted, and finally passed, on the motion of Cr Richardson, seconded by Cr M'Leod. ORDINARY MEETING.   The ordinary meeting was then held, the same councillors being present. CORRESPONDENCE. From Messrs Tuthill and Perry, solicitors, Beechworth, re an exchange of roads with Mr M. O'Donnell.-It was resolved that the council agree to Mr O'Donnell acquiring the road applied for by him. From Mr W. Paull, Lake Harvey, stat- ing that in consequence of an error in his calculations, he desired to give up a con- tract. -Received. From the Lands Department, notifying   that t...

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ALBURY GERMAN FESTIVAL AND ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

_IA\D;" - 'IIILJI 1'C JWl1'. -~*r'i M Lh I3i'n iluI ii wiotin0flO t~ haio m --.T ioid birthj rprutcaiip uvuonis -li 30n i 1,13 wii t~hu ibnc. obiw tifelo d `un , I~i gDiy 'i diolloit: 'Ass~ir I~astcar. 7s Davii l in, 11 . lbutikr ii D. Bro'l'!ti\Vatatll ti : -C L: lroluty: AU n!tiol atn Vito. Lu~i ' Cli '3tllo, .133'iie l fl~linti - , \\'1117 1 k171F, lt"'4!1'IU · t.1 t' Do , llryu , ( .10 ei a , ulot I . Cats. i' 1. Ipplet'., Albin' " l iiP ` g A'.;~l~s I.'I'eakehnro, 1Wllli gw \Cigg - a: \v.,ý\dutns,.it:tmiulet·t \i..O't\,ýa, ' ug inn SIt l[. P.i i n thurm ,t tali " IL. Ru' , (1)..ilelbuii ,M..A..['..Vaxy \aimg wir ih. . U.R 'Flint, ,lVvm'o.,.Wagga t , \" C1.' Scott; Bro:Aon g \V, W. Pou o Vict.u'i 1. A. Scott, t;colotli If. 'I n ltny 1I3eclihury "\VOD~u, 11'Ken'l~t\lhui \V. Fitrpatriek, Albory (Ias. F. Dtiatiul, Albury .* .T. Co 3n1o, Albuiry Lnujitt UnoiS Albhiry launea \Vrdhlt Allury' Itoehurt N.F loc1t'iu, Melboirz \V. \Vati', Eii3iu~lt J.oh. MDayi, blilhn)g 1i.ltioph ]hibitis...

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THE SUPERINTENDENT OF ROADS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

TIHE SUPEIRINTENDENST OF ROA DS. TO TIllE EDItTORl ON TIIH: ENTINEL. Sal,-ln an very few wtolks a qualifioed wcigiauer will aulurvis the works in W,, dcaitia Shire, and Mr Woodlsttul will tlimIly act a asecretary. .1 think it.wnlkl only lto just tald prop)Ir if that hody, at it's anlot Ieleting, roecrdedl a t inuto ox pressing its allpproval of the faithful antl thonuaratlelo naunior in which Mr W\odlmandl Into carried ault his dutlien ia solperilteon ldent, f roads. Mr Wo sdlanl. ,unfar tunately for the ratolanycrs on shell as for hlimself, canrnot atllix C!.. toa his Imlnat, andl consequently hI llst, hl o anelriiced, nltllahugt the rtesullI of the various tnmnicilal aleactione hblro auniistakleatlly indicato that. if lth rate phaiyea' aplinions wern r'annultedl, Ito w51ld -coinaatu to act in hit lpiueselt positiottn. Anlld mr, isn Iho t pity that ho canutnot con tiull th ure. a uttt a fi olviyllsn people iliniot I ,:hat thel Act allltl, Ih) carried ou1t it thie ltitlur, i I lthin...

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MEDDLESOME PEOPLE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

MEDDLESOME PEOPLE. TO TIRE EDITOR OF THE SENTILEL. SIa,-Tlhe outburst of pelus indignation and injured innocence which appeared in your last issuo over the nameno of .I. Maher, and under the abovo heading, savours somewhat of thlosimplicity of ickwick," but with a terribl amount of theu " Peck sniff' in it. Thb writer has evidentlysot himself the task to produce a lotter to boe in kdeping with the name0 to follow, and in this ho hals secured remarkably well, anu his production may boe suimmed up as a brilliant flash of ignorance. I am not at all surprised that Mr Mahler objects to interference; ho is not the first by any means. All would-be arrogant rulers tako interferonce usnkindly. Napoleon I.. decidedly objected to England's inlter foroece on the Continent during the Peninsular vwar. Tho slavoowners du cidedly objected to the interfe. ranco of Wilberforco and others, sod claimeod th right to lash a human being to .death if they so minded to. Shuipowners also objected to MrPlinis...

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WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

IIODONGA ANN 'UAL RAGES. The following are the accoptmnces:-' WouoNoA HAincarP. Mr W. C. Stool's Norman Mr M'Donald's Coup d'Etat Mr Walsh's Kildaro Mr Bowler's Dagon Mr Evans' Bonnie Chester Mr Johnson's Fizgig Mr M'Kay's Jurrassic Mr Patterson's Black Diamond - - Mr Little's Donald LADIES' BRACELEiT. Mr Walsh's Kildare Mr Bowlur's Dagon Mr Johnuon's Fizgig Mr Patterson's Black Diamond :, Mr Little's Donald HURDLE RACE. Mr M'Donald's Oadlhaun Mr Galvie's Escape Mr Little's Donor

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TEA MEETING AND CONCERT AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

TE4 MII''TING AND CONCERT AT WODONGA. A tea mooting to celebrate the annivor sary and also the re-opening of St 1,?ikd's Church of Eghland was held in the Princo of \Vales' Hall on Monday eveoing. Thiree large tables, tastefully decorated with flowerd, literally groaned beneath tihe weight of the good things provided. Mesda:iues Drewett, M'Loau, Moulder, Powell, F[airley, and Misses Syder (2), 1VWhan, [M'Koy,Bell, M'Dermnott,MIuulder, andl other ladies presided at the tables, and were most assiduous in dispeuning comforts to their numelrous pIatronsI. 'The catering was simply a credit to Mr P. O'Connor. Thei tea mleeting was a great success, and the ladies who interested themselves are to be ceomplimiented upon1 thie result of their efforts. The tables having beun cleared from the hall. A concert followed, when the hall was well filled. 'T'he llev. A. J. Drewctt, incumbent of the church, presided, the Roevs. Archdeacon MlacCullagh (Sand hurst), Canon Acocks (Albury), T. Moor house (...

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