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Dividing Fences Bill

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Tuesday 8 July 1862, The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser


(Abridged from the Armidale Express, July 5.)


On Monday, the 23rd June, a public meeting was held at the Sir Wm. Denison Hotel, for the purpose of eliciting opinion respecting the Dividing Fences Bill.

Resolutions to the effect that the bill is inimical to free selection, and that the existing law relative to dividing fences between freeholder and freeholder is sufficient for the present necessities of the colony, were passed, and embodied in a petition to the legislature.

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May 12, 2011 at 8:03 pm

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