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BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. The olection for a member of the school board, Mburray .riding, took placo on Saturday Inst. There weore four candidates against the rotirilg membor, Mr Giroud, a ho nade tho fifth foi the seat, and con sidorablo intorcst was taken in tho cloc. tion. In'fact, this ?:s one of thu hprdest lights for a long tinioi Peraonalities were considered beforoe qualification, 'and in fact it seems a )ian had simply; to an jmounce his intoention to run, and his qialitficntioni iae noeor. ,queationoed, or h'iotlieor ho could cveri" writeo his niam.e Eletioiis will be lirotglht ton iuoci?ilg yet if this style goes on; . Let us olevat:. pot lower,our.publio institutions.' The follow? }!;g are the full returns, whereoby it'is: sooeen MII.3 B Johhison heads the l oll by tho esubstantiil majority of 3~-l ' . I ..ot q Ciroud. A. D. J O 0 i 0-30. Smitlhl Jas. C. 91 12 .2 .0-40 'Johnsoll;.],If .1 0 21" 12 -838 Rousseaa, S. 0 0 b 0-? i i Ritlards, G, 10 1 22 0-:30 20orm ... ,,,,,,...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE DISMISSAL OF MR TURNBULL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

TURNBULL. >f ':", TO TIIE EDITOR OF'THE SENTINEL. ' SIn,-The \\'allace-Bothauga Company -or perhaps I should say t!oso more lm mediately.concerned in its matiagomeent hlasv in times past boon guilty of some high-hooanded proceedings, known only to a few of us hero; but the disissal of Mr Turnbull,tho ropresolitative of the Minors' Association on theu Local Prospecting' Board, is, I don't hesitate to atlirmn, the rankest, theu most, arbitrary, and the most unjustiablo pieco of.tyranny of any. Mr 'Iurbull was the delegate of the associa tion to the board, and he has apparently bojn sacriicoed becauso ho was chosen for that positillo. Whorouvr a right-thinking inai is to be found I amn suro this-'ot.. ragoous condluct will be coadeonned. The: logic of tile underground itnaniger is simply amstoing., Wholf'Mr Turnbull,' upon being infoirmled 'If hI? dismissal, asked tlt goentleman? why"his. sorviceh wore dlislidonsed with after ho had obtained the necessary leave.of absonco to go to B...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WANDERING ANIMALS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

V ANDERING ANIMALS. TO Tl EDIT?Olll OF TIlE 8ENTINEL. SiR,-- would like to draw the attention of the inspector of nuisances for this shire to the great annoyance thl ratepayers are subjected to by. the visits, at all hours of the d ty and night, of wandering horses and cattle. These vagrant animals parade tiho streets, break down some fences, lean over others, and nibble away at the Ilowers in the gardens. This evil lhas already lasted a long tinme, and now it is becoming intolerableo.--Yours, &c., VIEEPINO~ WILLOW.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

FANCY GOODS. FANCY GOODS : LARCE ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND SUIITABL FOR C. IRSTIASU PRESENTS, CH IST CARDS, CHPISTi'lAS CARDS. IN GREAT yAJILETY. S STATIQNERY ' STATIONERY' STATIONERY! Of every Descriptioii for Sale .AT THI. . SENTINEL OFFICE, . 3est Quality and at Lowest Rates, W -DEAN STREET, COI-JEN, D E ALBURYE. S13 rWtEN BANlK (FW AUSTRALASIA AND 'BORDER POST" OFFICE,) EsTA?mLISHe 1870, WATCOHMIAKIER, JEWELLER, & OPTICIAN, S ,TISHES to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he has 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, whioh for quality and price canxnot be equalled in the district, as importing and purchasing for cash enables him to give the public special value. A SPECIAlJITY-ROTHERHAM'S SILVER LEVERS (guaranteed three years), fromn £5 lOs. WALTHiLAM SILVER WATC LIES (guaranteed two years), from £3. DIAMOND BANGLES, ARROW BROOCHES, EARRINGS, LADIES' and GENT.'S RINGS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

JOHN G.. WIGG, I[0IGI STREIT, W~OiONS,, W holscalo aitd Retail Tl.o oldesi-establishlid Bult?tlii y i: . )',Wado-gi. ii a . : MEATS-, of BEST, QUALI'TY u. ? ;. A - lt, ays on hand. :;i:._'.,. .,i , Smaltipaods of e?vtiy rtdestripti .? ? IIIDESLa SKINd ? tIURC!IASED. Albury oand:Wodoniga Coach Factory. , OF'r; 'ALBURY AND?WODONGA, B EOS to aniomrco that he is prepircedto .A. . NUrFAM UREL'::, a SLEVERYDESCRIPTION, of VHIICLE "Both at Albury ntil WodOngas., ! Rcpaira 'iiatly o ted;. , ,1 , ",1t S. All wodik guarailiteed. Charges strictly niloderate, :i FRIDOLF " ~JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITHI . fEIGII STREET, . WODONCA, B E' ? S to announce that he has opeited Tisnmith's Shop in thq preifises latcly; used as Tile SeSTINI:c,. Ofcc. TANKS ! TANKS! TANKS! All si.es nade to order. Baths I Baths ! Baths ! Every dlcscription of TINWARIE saiodO to order, and kecpt i stock. ' S- .Orders by post puuctually attenidcdto. :· USIC I ,: MUSIC II [USIC ! i Professor' 'L"' Iverson (Of tho I ic...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSE APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

GAZLTTE NOTICES. LICENSE ArPPROVED. Walter C01e, 20s, Ta'ngaimbalanga. ' GIAZr'n Annels Ava?AILn r. Allotment U4A, 800a. Grauyn, formuerly applied for by .Jmes (Ge'r Allotmentd8, 1000a, Thowgla, formerly !pplied for by P. L. Harvey SAllotment( 51, 700a, Kotong, formerly applied for by lI.Conaiditu. La.nts Arrnoven. "Gen. Stephen, 54ti r 8Op, Ynekanldandlnh "Robert BHowman, lOla 3r Gp, lMullin dlihtgong - Robert Hownman, 40a 3r 38p, Mullin dolingong. Robert JIowmnan. 50O, Muillindolingong Tholmas Allen, 145a Or 24p, Tatonga Thomas Bonrann, 147a 3Ir 22p, Burrowyo John Pooley, jun., 31Oa r 3p, Ieurringa Patrick Merigan, 170a Or 27p, Barnn wartha North Thomas Kelly, 31S ir 7p, Tatonga Thominas Muirhead, llOa r 5p, Tatonga Bessie M'Nicho?, (i8 ir 30p, Tetonga Timothy Shlalahlu, 20a 4Ir lp, Nooron gong Robert Drummond, jun., 1790a r 14p, Talgarno Walter Case, 57a Or 1Op, Kcrganyah lJanet Holen Crittle (adcbinistratrix to the will of the late John Crittle) 81u Ir VWodonga. LICENSES AND LEA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

r'lo `STANI) T? : lil SEASON -it " U[1 iM b'.t)'" 1i 0 , Q N'A G'1 oGiin'(imi' , ,dli i MidosA , \'aisp, 'lid' Sl'tince. '-lia s, dani. Queuen' b) Plotvr Fieh (insp.) . C_ ilnhei'rron is a bay, 'ix years chl; tand-c' in I?t haudls high, with gircat boiste tand "iasetaoic, Id l has proved lhiinelf'ii good' horse uti the turf, kiuid ti'. Mnliittil .by goel iludgcn to "L nmi of the lumdClUiit?hircss; uin ti d dlis,:ii '. . . S:ers.C- ifmarei 3 led; £3 if lddiblokdcl:. a: re ciiuidl be reiiotod y li :let Jnauirty, 187a, w;iL ehargo of 2s (id per week will be malde for. agiatuinet. .(hold- i etlauiel tee lro ocks provitled oin the? M.lurty,' idl very care t'aiten, ilnt no reospfsuibility, , (IO0 OUdlORNEI' Io0 STAND i'HIS SIEASON i AT. SIJL 'ESKDUAliE, the 'loroughlbred Stallion SIf GARNET. Slit i.ARNRIT i is brown horse without aey white, rising six years old, '17.1 hands high, aidl not leggy. Judging froam this horse's brrceding nL inmmense size, he eouhild get the right sort of steepl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

T INTALDRA-NORTH-EAST. DIS STRICT.-BRICK HOTEL (freehold), Price and terms from HELLICAR CONNELL, 94 Collins street east. JIotel for Sale. THE BRIDGE HOTEL, Mitta Mittan substantially built and in good order, containing fifteen rooms and largo detached billiard room, with one of Allcock's full. size tables, stabling, and all necessary out. buildings. The Hotel commands a good site, and, in the hands of an energetic man, a really good business can be done. The present proprietor is compelled to rclinl luish the business, on account of ill-health. To a bona fide maln, easy terms will be offered. For further information, apply to WM. LORD, Mitta Mitta. OST,seventeen Queensland BULLOCKS, branded as follows:-ZX1, US2 , S2L near ribs, AN2, NDI, 8 over N, UYO, TBI. Anyone detaining the same will be prose cuted, or any information will be. rewarded. Apply WILLIAM HILL. Wodonga, 8th December, 1886. O CATTLE DROVERS and TEAM. STERS.--HORSES and -CATTLE taken in for AGISTMENT. 240 acres of spl...

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GRANYA NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

i'( lARNYA: NOTES. :?i'ni ovR OWN COItaESo?ONDENT.) A concert in aid of the funds of the .rifle club was held in Rielly's hall on Fri day evening. There wasalarge attendance Sthe fair sex being well represented. The Murray Minstrels (low's that for a high sounding title?) made their debut, and if the trifling itemsof nmusic were left out it might be said with success. No doubt all did their beat, but that "best" was of a mediocre description-probably, owing to the limited time they were practisieg. In the farcical business a great imiprovement was shown, and the minstrels are to be comlplismented on the success achieved. As usual, the proceedings opened with the circle, and Messrs Bohun and Herbert and Victor as corner-muen and interlocutor res pectively fulfilled their posts admirably. The jokee had the merit of inst being too old, anid were relished by he audience. Minstrel business at any time is inot of an elevating character, and any tendency to vulgarity should be repressed. P...

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

u 0obo0glt . obluong clntincl. "Awake1 Arise Or be for ever fallen " -MILTON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1886. Owing to pressure of advertisements, our leading article and a quantity of let ters gae crowded out. A large meeting of the members of the Bethanga branch of the A.M.A. was held atbtheir room on Saturddy ovening last, to take the Turnbull case into coo sideration. Mr. Peter Wright, M.L.4\., the president of the branch, presided. The case will be fresh in the minds of our..readers. It appears, that the branches of the A.M.A. in thd B13cocl worth district, by the Prospecting Voto, were allowed to send a member 'to sit on the Board, and each branch sent a repro sentative. At the meeting of the Be. thanga branch to select a delegate, the underground manager nmade hinself par ticularly officious in backing one candi didate, and as strongly opposed the ohler, but the members selected their own choice, Mr Turnbull. In due course that gentleman attended the first meeting, having obtained...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

Birth. CAMPBELL. - On the 11th inst., at Granya, the wife of R. Campbell - a son.

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CUDGEWA MUSINGS. 13th December. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 December 1886

CUDGEWA MUSINGS.       BY A BLUE RIBBONITE.   13th December,         It is rather a tax on the brains to find anything answering the description of " news " to fill a letter from a quiet little hamlet like ours every week. Last week I had to leave it lapse, and I might say the same for this. But a little fire keeps the pot boiling, so I will add a little more fuel. One break in the monotony of our every-day routine was the election on Saturday last of a member for the board of advice, Koetong riding, 308. Two gentlemen came forward-viz., Messrs   Allan Hamilton and William Heyenga. A polling booth was held at Corryong, and another at Cudgewa schoolroom. Only twelve votes were recorded at Cudgewa, as follows:-viz., 8 for Hamilton, and 4 for Heyenga. I have just heard that the majority at Corryong was also for Mr Hamilton. The weather is not at all pro pitious for our h...

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OUR GRANYA CORRESPONDENT TAKEN TO TASK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

OUR GQANYA CORRESPONDENT TAKEN TO TASK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,-" Rumor says that a minor h]ere is tired of manual labor, and is to be examined as a candidate for admission into the Church of England." . Such is the ungentlemanly way in which your Granya correspondent closes up his letterin your last week's issue. Thecow ardly wayof clotlhingone'sown words, and giving a mean thrust to an absont gentle. man, under the vague etatemeent "Rumor says" is too contemptible to be noticed at all, were it not that unworthy persons might bo induced to attribute base motives to a worthy and' honorable man. That a minor should become eventually a Church of England clergyman is no dis grace to the church oi' the man. Perhaps your correspondent in tile course of his exteusiveknowledge may have read of such 0men as James Garlield, Abraham Lincoln, John Bright, John Stuart Mill, and others, all of whom took origin from a much more humble occu. pation than that of a Granya miner. All hono...

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THE WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

THE IVODLNGA ANNUAL RACES. -4-~---- BY N1aso. Although the annual meeting of the Wodunga Jockey Club will this year un fortunately'clash with the sports got up by the German Association at Albury, there is every pronigos of a rpost successful gathering. In tle Federal City a number of peqple regard withl disfavor the attempt to detract .fron? the only day that Wodonga claims for itself throughout the year, and the lovers of racing across the river will, I fsel sure, extend tlheir patruaogo this side of the river on Boxing Day. The acceptances, save for the Handicap, have not boon numerous, but there is every prospect of a good field contesting theo classic event. For THE MAIDEN PLATE, Five youngsters hlave been nominated -viz., Chnaeaway, Bnniio Ellico, Fair Queen, Albert, and Last Resource. 'The whole quintetto will probably face the starter, and either CIASEAWAY on ALBERT' should furnish tlhe winner. WODONGA HANDICAP. STihe whole of. thi nine animals who accepted last week have ma...

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

"Awake ! Aripe I Or be for eveor fallen !" PRIDA Y, DECEMBER 24, 1iSS. AoAI thq glad time rolls around, when far-away frienids bond their yearly footsteps to the dear child hood's home; when the comrade, years separated mayhap from his comrade, clasps his liBand with tle frietdship grip of yore; when the joy season, looked forward to fqr ?onths 'by. thousands, pours its soft boams on the tired earth-again it cqmons-this dear Christmas time-sacred by the religious thoughts it awakens, sacred by tihe reverencq paid to it by our ancestors in Eiro anti Albion, Whatt a world of meaning the word Christmnas .brings forth I Pictures, thought scrolls unfold bofore our eyes, and show in rapid and varying profusion visions of a darkened world, whose only light was the black ness radiating from the Cimomer-sun of a cold and crude materialism-a world without hope- then 13eneficence worked, and Hope and Peace and Knowledge, triple suns, beamed on the weary and darkened orb, on the weary and darke...

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TOWONG SHIRE DAY LABOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

TOWONG SHIRE DAY LABOR. TO TlH EDITOR Or TlE SENTINEL. Si,-l'Krnowing that your columns are always open for the ventilation of .grievances and the redress of wrongs,I am prompted to crave your tolerance and a small portion of your space to protest against an imputation of dishonesty made against the roadmen of Towong Shire in an article appearing in a contemporary. The article itself, to an uninterested reader, would doubtless prove highly diverting, from its redundancy and incou sistencies. But, however much we may be inclined to allow for puerile platitudes when they "harmless fall," the case is different when, as in the case in question, a covert attack is made upon the honesty and trustworthiness of a number of hard working men. The "editaw " must indeed have been hard up for a subject when "picking on " to thehardworking and not very handsomely paid. laborers on .the shire staff. I have neither the time nor the inclinationto follow the article in ques. tion-which is rather uniq...

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

ALBURY MARKET. Messrs Chas. L. Griffith and Co., report holding their usual fortnightly market at their Albury yards, on Wednesday last, at which there was a good attendance of buyers, and satisfactory prices ruled for all classes of stock. Cattle-350 yarded,one third of which consisted of useful beef, the remainder mostly young stores. Best pens bullocks sold to L9 2s id, best cows to L7 2s id, store cattle at full rates. We sold drafts for Messrs J. J. Hero, L. Merkel, Elicha Lavis, A. Hore, jun., Richard Guest, Edwin Slater, Jas. W. White, N. Keogh, P. Ortlipp, Thos. Holmes, Daugar and M'Donald Bros., N. Bidstrup, A. Macvean, G. 'MI. Harrison. Shooeep--5000 yarded, including 800 useful mutton. Best wethors and ewes mixed averaged 7s 4d, others to 7s; store wet hers 4s 3d to (s, aged ewes to 3s 9d; a draft of primelshorn lambs averaged 6s lid, prices all through being satisfactory to vendors. We sold drafts for Mlessrs Geo. Richards, J. MPDonald, F. Barnes, A. M'Vean, R. Leahy, G....

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

"IELI OG APHY, G. BRIDLE, PORTRAIT and LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHER, IJA?S opened a Studio. niext oor to the Sentinel " Printing Office, Il1 Sydney-streeet. W1olouigl. where he is prepared to do the Best Class of Work, fi'om the smallest to the largest size, at the standard prices. Equally good portrfaits taken in wet or dull as well as in sunsillny weather. Views or groups taken in Albury or elsewhere any time required. Copies of any pictures previously taken in Albury by the above- _amed arti:,t may be obtained. All Portraits and Views guaranteed equal to those in show cases. NO BUSINESS DONE ON SUNDAYS. G. BRIDLE, PHOTOGRAPHER, ( At the premises lately occupied by Mr. Dinsmore, Tailor), SYDNEY STREFiT, WODONGA. HYAN AND TA YI i, ( ENERAL IPRINTERS, W\)1)ONOA.

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

I-FN- 7 YG"OODS. FAJNCY0 GOOD LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND SUITABLE FOR CHIRISTIIIS PRESENTS, AT THE ... SENTINEL OFFICE. DE SEAN 'STREET, S0HIEN, (BETWEEN BANK OF AUSTRA?.4SI4 AND BORDER POST' OFFICE,) Esrquysu?m 1870, WATCHMIAKER, JSE ELLER, & OPTICIAN, TIISIIES to inform his numerous friends and patrons that 1{ has " dlways 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 importjng and purchasing for bash enables aim to give the public special value. 'A' SPECIALITY-RIOTIERIIA?'S SILVER LEVERS (guaranteed three years), from -£5 10s. ... WALTrlIAM SILVER WATCHIES (garaiiteed t'wo years), from £3. DIAMOND BIANI?LES, A1RROW IBROOCIHES, EARRINGS, LADIES' . ii GENT.'S RINGS IN GRE1:T VARIETY. All orders entrusted to my care receive my. best ana careful attention. Post free to all parts of the district. Watches and jeyellery repaired...

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

JOHN G. WIGG, S eaIO[n STREET, VoDnoNGA, Wholesalo and Retail B U T C H E R. Ti.e oldest-established Butchery in Wodonga. M*EATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Smal Goods of evory descrlption. HIDES and SaTNS IPUIiCHASnD. - Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E. C. ELLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he is prepared to S MANUFACTURE c , EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Both at Albury and Wodoega.. C Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, .BEGS to announce that he has opened a' ' Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as THE SE-TINEL 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. ' USIC I MUSIC lI :- MUSIC! * Professor L. Iverson S: (Of the f ienna Conservatoire of Music),, i Visitse \ODONGA on' ' Wediesdays and Saturdays. Addrea-Alleon's...

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