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

r?0 STANDL Tills SEASON at .I. Beth.uga. The Tloroughbred hllorso o U Ml BER 0 0 N A, By Iloririus (itmp.), dami Miss W\asp, by P'rince \Vlliain, dani Queen, by Peter Finn (imp.) Cuimberoor a is a bay, six years old, stand ing 1lii hands high, with grett hone anil sraistalice, and has proved himself a good horse oni the turf, and is admitted by good judges to bu one of the handsomest horses in tihe district. f Terns-£2 if mares led; £3 if paddocked. Mares must Ie removed by ist January, 1887, or a charge of 2s Od per week will be inmd for agistmient. Good and secure paddocks provided on the Murray, and every care taken, but no rcsponsibility. GEU. OSI3ORNE. rI'O STAND THIS .SEASON AT .1 SKDALE, tho 'horouglhbred Stallion SIR GARNET. SIR GARNET is a brown horse without any white, rising six years old, 174 hands high, and not leggy. . Judging from this horse's breeding anrd immenso size, he shoald get the right sort of steeplechase and carriage horses that are now and likely to be iii...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

TEE BRAOGWELL PAPERS., "Viscount Mandoville, oldest son of the Duke of Manchester, has recently acquired a vast tract of land in the fertile. island of Cuba, and he proposes working. it himself. Lord Mandoville will go out at the beginning of the year, and will trade in tobacco, sugar, and minerals." That's refreshing news. The "bloated aristocracy" is evidently beginning to see. some virtue in the "shop business." Although I have not had the high life. experiences of " H.S., Cudgewa," in an Albury contemporary, yet have I heard that in aristocratic circles the Hon. Lady Fitanob uniformly turned up the point of her well-bred, patrician nose, at that up start parveneu Miss Mb'Mackerol, whoso mother was the daughter of a cheese monger, and whoso father, as all 'ther world knows, made his fortune by dealing in fish I So also his Lordship of Sponge-. well Vere de Vero do lna Muggins, whose ancestors can be traced back to the time of the Crusaders, "dent-cher-know," gives the cut direct ...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 21st DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

-WODolfrGA SuIRE COUNCIL. TasoDAY, 21st DCEMBEos. Present-Ors Bambrick' (presidogt), Street, Johnston, Boyes, arid Bassett. MINUTES. The minutes of the provious meeting weore read and confirmed. CORRESPONDBNOI. From Bunton and Co., askirng' for pay. moot for the removal of a number of dry logs. -Reocived. From the Government Statist, request ing certain municipal returns.-Attended to. From William Hill, Sydney street, ask ing for permission for the laying on of seater to his residenceo.-Gmnted. From P. J. Dwyer, C.P.S., Beech! worth (by tologram),asking to be furnished with the number in rate book and assess ment of Robert Foard, of the Bethanga Bridge hotel, and summoning the secre tary to appear at the licensing court at Beeohworth on Monday.-The secretary had furnished the information solicited anti had attended at the court, as re quested. Fronm-Mr A. C. Mickle, Boochworth, stating that he was prepared to accept the office of engineer to the shire, and to com moence the duties i...

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

*r, Gi_'D9W IKa. (FraM OUR OWN COi EosrPONDErT.) When this effusion finds its way into print,-the good people of Gundowring will discover that "thoro's a chiol among them takin' notes;" but the said notes will be found to contain nothing of a rovolu cioenary?charactor. On the contrary, that ancient stand-by of country correspon dents since the days when Noah sent his literary outpouringstotho district journal, viz., the weather, will form my topic, bacled up by such .mild items of infor mation as "So-and-so's crop is three feet high'already, and will be higher if it con tinues to grow." Seriously, though, the above-mentioned weather has been playing some strange pranks in this locality lately. On four successive days (beginning with Saturday, the 11th) we had short thunderstorms, that on Monday being accompanied by remarkably heavy rain. This shower covered a space of only three or four miles in width, but it' made up for lack of quantity by superabundanco of quality, fairly washing...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 21ST DECEMBER. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, G. D. M'Cormack, and J. S. Cooper, P.M.) BREACHES OF LICENSING ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

.TALLANOATTA POLICE COURT. --4--t TUESDAY, 21ST DECEMBER. (Before Messrs .W. H. Foster, G. D. M'Cormack, and J. S. Cooper, P.M.) BREACIIES OF LICENSING ACT. James Rielly, of Granya, wassummonod for having the bar of his hotel opon ,during unauthorised hours. Inspector -Thomas prosecuted, and Mr Wilkinson, of Albury, appeared for the. defence.. Ac cording to the evidence of ConstabloBarry, .tationed at Benalla, who was on duty at :Granya on the 26th September, defendant's bar was open after midnight on the morning of that day. The defence was thlit Riolly had done his best to get the men jii his bar to leave. Fined £5, with ,ot cost. ' Constable Allwood v. W. Carkook: Sel ling liquor without ,a license. Inspector .Thomas appeared to pros?cute, and Mr. WYilkinfon defended. .Catherino Fitzgerald, sworn, said: I am .licensee of Carkeek's hotel. 'Iave boen in possession 6 months and 5 days. I' still hold the license. Had an argeoment for 5 years with MIr. Carkeek, and re mained in tile h...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES DECLARED VOID. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES DECLARED VOID. P. A. Wind, 2,000a, Wodonga Joseph Evans, 10,000a, Tallangatta Jno. Copuland, 9,800a, Tallanpatta S. G. Watson, 6,000a, Tallaugatta Walter Sullivan, 5,S00f, Tslllangatta Wm. J. Singleton, 9,000a, Tallangatta A. H. Hill, da, Tallang?tta W. H. Groon, 22,000a, Yackanrdandah J. Enatelt, and Jno. Kingston, 30,000a, Bright Patk. Connors, 4,400a, Yackandrlndah (Oeo. Crono, 20,500xa, WodoInaga Alex. Stuwarl, 30),000a, YnuckaLndadalnt David Norrio, 17,i0Xh, \Wlonga N. Lafontaino, 4,500Ca 'I'Tllansga(ta Potor Dovlin, 4a Or lip, Yackandandahl By Wood, 800a, Bright By. M'lllree, 13,000a, Yackandandah.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

Last Wednesday was a red letter day in Towong on account of the marriange of two of its inhabitaunts, Mr W. C. Ross being united in the holy bonds to Miss Heyenga. The nuptials were celebrated by the Rev. A. J. Drewett.in the house of the bride's father, Mr Wm. Heyenga. Mr Barlee did the honors of groomsmen, while Miss Susan Heyenga acted as bridesmaid. The bride was neatly and tastefully attired, and looked exceedingly pretty. After the wedding a lively and joyous evening was spent in the schoolhouse by the friends of the happy pair. Dancing was indulged in till the small hours of the morning. Mr and Mrs Ross residen about three miles from Towong. We trust that they may long live to enjoy each other's company and the lovely and picturesque view which their dwelling place presents on the banks of the River Murray. A wedding in which considerable interest was taken was celebrated at the Wesleyan Church, Barawartha, on Wednesday morning last, the crontracting parties being Miss Mary S...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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YACKANDANDAH COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

YACKANDANDAH COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR, - Kindly allow me a little space in your valuable paper to comment on what myself and a great many ratepayers look upon as a great injustice-viz., Councillor Quirk's holding his seat at the Yackan- dandah Shire Council table and his being a resident of New South Wales. We are very badly represented as it is, having only three members to represent us, although we contribute nearly one-half of the whole revenue of the shire. But Councillor Quirk thinks he will still further handicap us by letting us have only two members and one "dummy," for he can't possibly look after his business in Now South Wales and honorably attend to the ratepayers' wants in Victoria. It was thought that he would resign at the December meeting, but, through some cause,he did not take this step. Therefore he his greatly standing against the interests of the ratepayers. It is to be hoped that Councillor Quirk will see the injustice he is doing us, and hav...

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

The RomannCatholio .Churoh pt Potti. fordhill, Yackandanda?,h waoblown down on Saturday afternoon d;ring a strong gale, only thi gable 'nds being left stand, ing. The building, ,which was also used a a choo], ,was of briok, the walls boing 9.n. thick. SW ANTED, a smart LAD, to make himself generally useful. G. BRIDLE, Photographer, \Vodonga. i rIINTALDRA-NORTH.EAST.- 'DIS. . TRICT.-BRICK HOTEL (freehold). Price and terms from HELLIOAR:CONNELL, i 94 Collins street east. T OST,seventeen QueenslandBULLOCKS, branded asfollows:-ZX1,.US2TS2 2L - Ntaibrbn-ANa,-NDls,--over-N, UY-6..TBl.. Anyone detaining the same will. be prose cuted, or any information will be rewarded. Apply - - WILLIAM HILL. Vodonga, 8th December, 1880. , FOUND, PURSE, contining money and ' valuables.' Owner havd by describing and paying expenses. T. J, SHELDRICK, :* Wodonga. T CATTLE DROVERS. and TEAM. STERS.-HORSES and CATTLE taken in for AGISTMENT. 240 acres of splendid grass. Abundance of water. Secure fences. Apply-...

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WODONGA LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, 22nd DECEMBER. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster (chairman), G. D. M'Cormack, and J. S. Cooper, S.L.M.) TRANSFERS [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

WODONGA LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, 22nd DECEMBER.   (Before Messrs W. H. Foster (chairman), G. D.McCormack, and J. S. Cooper,   S.L.M. TRANSFERS Were granted as follows: -John L. Griffith to Ellen Cottrell, Border hotel, Wodonga; W. E. Sander to R. R. Cramer, Commercial hotel, Alexandra; Hannah   Haymes to Adam Morrah, Harp of Erin hotel, Alexandra. RENEWALS Were granted to Geo. J. Allen, Ter- minus hotel; Wodonga, assessment L150; James Bambrick, Railway hotel, Wodonga, L130; Ellin Cottrell, Border hotel, Wo- donga L75; Patrick Flannagan, Half- way hotel, Wodonga, L60; Thomas Johnston, Victoria hotel, Wodonga, L48; Edward T. Powell, Carriers Arms hotel, Wodonga L90; W. C. M'Farlane, Mac's hotel,.Wodonga West, L30; N. P. New- nan, Bonegilla hotel, L28; John Wood land, Exchange hotel, L25; John Murphy, Junction hotel, near Wodonga, L25. A temporary license for two booths at the races at Wodonga was.granted to Thomas Johnston. J. Fitzgibbon rece...

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FREETHOUGHT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 December 1886

FREETHOUGHT.   . TO THE EDITOR OF THE sEYTINEL. Si;--I would like to say a word or two, by your kind permissioln, on the subject of " Freethought" so freely de nounced the other evening by the rev. gentleman who were so loud in their abuse of this une of the greatest blessings conferrul on frail humanity by our Creator, and s0 oolltilllluly practised il the life of Jesus himself. I should like these gentl luln to tell us what they think would have been the state of the world to day had it not been for Freethought, and, more, where the Protestant church would have been but for it. Further, what would have been the state of that church to-day had it not been for the courage of the Freethinker I Again, let me remind those gentlemen that abuse is no argument, and that calling names is no proof of strength, for it is at game employed by children,all these parsons must be familiar with the old saying, "No 'case; abuse your op. poneut." ,The statement by the chairman that he h...

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

TO THE E11iTOlt OF THE SENTINEL. Sla,--I am not a newspaper cerrespon. dent, nor one given to minding other people's business as a rule, asd neglecting: my own. Neither nat 1 one generally inclined to abuse people because they do not see things by cy glmasses,for I do wear .glasses. But I canlt sit quiet and allow, noisy people to abuse one of my highest privileges without having my say, for, though clergymen, when in the pulpit, are three feet above contradiction, yet when they come on to the platform, they must' be dealt with ts other public mnein, who are responsible for their utterances; "Nuw will you allow ime a little space to say I object to hard names and abuse. It is no use, it will do no good. 'I think thie Rev Canon Accoks, of Albury, was wrong to call the thoughts of an honest doubter black thought, though I can't see .what he can mean by black when applied to an action of the mind. But then I'ni not a theologian, and perhaps that's the reason. It is highly amusing to a ...

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TALGARNO. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

TALGARNO. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) For the last fortnight we have peon re coiving telegrams from all parts of the colony informing us of the damage the crops have sustained from the late heavy rains. It is high time that the English system of despatching weather telegrams. daily from the coast to all inland agricul tural districts was [adopted hero. Farmers would then be able to tell what weather to expect a day or two ahead, and thus be able to prevent vexation; loss, and delay. If a farmer owns a standing crop almost ready to harvest,and from a weather.tele grain gains the important intelligence that a heavy gale may be expected to be blow ing his crop about in twenty or thirty hours he at once would put his full force. of men and machinery to work to reap the crop, and, by this means, prevent a :deal of grain being shaken from tie heads of wheat and lost. Sometimes, when farmers. are very busy, carting a crop to the barn. may be deferred for one more day, and during tile nig...

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ALBURY GERMAN ASSOCIATION SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

ALBURY GERMAN ASSOCIATIION SPORTS. The sports festival arranged by the Albury German Association came off on Monday and Tuesday, and proved the most successful and best regulated yet hold in Albury. The acceptors for the Albury Handicap included several noted runners, amongst them being Davidson, who is supposed to be identical with the champion sprint runner of South Aus tralia; Rogers, the winner of two blelfort handicaps; Kappler, a good performer on the flat and over hurdles at Botany: Lewis, who states lie was a maiden runner; and others almost as fleet, but not so well known to fame. As in foot racing generally, there was some rather suspicious running, and the committee found it necessary to disqualify M'Donald, an aboriginal half-caste, for life, for not trying to win when running in one of the heats of the principal handicap. There were otllers who did not put forth their best efforts, arnd one runner particularly should have received til same punish mont that M'Donald did....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

JOHN': G.: WIGG; 'Hro STnREET, ODONGA," . Wholesale anid Retail B... U T T C H E.' .:, BUTCHERS'. TL).a oldetst"etablished , Butchery: In: ,:, W oaio, . 'MEATS ,i: o IfLEST QUALITY HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E_ C_ E-LLIS, OF ALBURY .AND WODONGA, 13EGS to announce that he:is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY D SCRIPTION'of VEHICLE' Both at Albury and \Vodonga. 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 premiseslately used as Tire SENTINEL Office. 'TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! . All sizes made to order. " Baths'! Baths-! Bathsr! gEvir; description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. ' Orders by post punctually-attendil to., M USIC I MUSIC II ' MUSIC I Professor L. Iverson (Of the . ienna Consorvatoire of Music), Visits ' ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. - "Live,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

t Chance for the Working Classes of Victoria, and all who wish to idave or Make Money. IMPORTANT NOTICE. LAVERTON TILE New and Model Suburb of Melbourne. ALLOTMENTS, £10 AND £15 EACH. .Bes per Lot Deposit: .Balance, 5s per Lot per Month, with Interest at 6 per cent. Free Deeds to Buyers of 5 lota, and an .eleventh lot given in to buyers of 10 lots, as well as Free Deeds. Cost of Deeds to Biiyers of any niuiber of .lots less than 5, only £2 l0s in full. Title, Crown Certificate, the best in the world and the only title beyond all dispute. AcLaiid at Laverton Is mlseeo 1r VALUE every day, the vendors see that conseuoently the payments are sure to be kept ulp, and that they' run no risk in giving the very easiest terms which can possibly be desired. ,They have therefore decided to offer terms whic have'never before been equalled in the world, viz.: 5s per Lot Deposit. Balance, se per Lot per Month. As the Price of all Unsold Lots is shortly to be raised to £15 and £20 each, selection ....

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FREETHOUGHT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

FREETHOUGHT. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TILE sENTINEL. Sin, - Your correspondent "Freeo thinker" evidently misunderstood my re marks re Freethoughi on the night of the Church of England tea-meetilig. With all his remarks oh Freethoughlt (as applied to the honest thinker, and to which I presume he alludes) I heartily agree. As nearly as I can remembeor, ily statement was to the effect, that the low type of seopticism, which goes under the name of Freethought, was not Freothought at all that there was a large class of persons who, in order to do away with the idea of res ponsibility to a higher being,. adopt ideas of others for want of brains to conceive their own, and are dontinually advancing these old, well worn, and hIopelessly crushed arguments 'as attacks on 'Christianity. I dbserved, moreover, that there was nevertheless the honest doubter, and of such I had no fear but that the great Source of Light would lead then :yventually into :the truth.. I admit I iwaxed warns when dealing with ...

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BOXINGDAY AT GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

BOXINODA AT. ORANYA. . The Boxing Day sports at Granya passed off very successfully. Over £16 was paid away in prizes, the various events resulting as follows:-M-[aidenPlatoof £1, 100yards, Ballard, 1. Four started. Grany Han dicap, of £5, 130 yards- II.. Webb, 1; G. Waltol, 2; M1" Ballard, 3. Ten started for this cvent;_a good raoo. The Running Eigh Jump-prizeu 1s-was won by W. Webb, who cleared f foot 1 inch. Three competed. The Boxing Day Handicap -£-2 .10tv-was appropriated by 0. Hore, who easily defeated W. Webb (second), and Walker (third), besides four others. Throwing Heavy Stone-linS--John Jen kins, 1. Eight ctmpeted. H. Walton and 0. Crisp divided the honors and the 15s prize money in the Qanit Match. 'he Hop, Step, and Jump, for 15s, was won by W. Webb, who cle?redt 39 foot 8 inches; G. Walton and M. M'Mahon being secomd and third. J. Waite won the Consaolation Stakes. The tug of war, Married v Single, was another interesting contest, Itad was finally won by the Bueedicts...

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WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. Judge-Mr Geo. Street. Clerk of scales-Mr J. W. Stanley. Starter--Mr T. Johnston. ?hndicapper-Mr Goo. .?Yowles, Melbourne. Secretary and tr'easurer--Mr J. Bambrick. Stuwards Messrs G. J. Allen, T. Johnston, Jas. ~Bailabrick, J. G. Wigg, P. Flannagan, S. Mason, jun., H. S. Muir, T. Street, G. L. Huon, J. W. Stanley. The Wodonga Jockey Olub's annual meeting on Boxing Day was this year somewhat unfortunate in meeeting with several counter attractions, the gathering clashing. with the German festival at Albury, and both the !Mitta Mitta and Yackandandah race meetings. The ele monts seemed to participate in the gene ral excitement, the sultry weather of Sunday being succeeded by a perfect 'sirocco, which drove the dust in eddying volumes along the ovenlike streets and roads, enveloping exeursionists and sadly marring their bravery. About the usual crowd-2000--weoro asseubled on the course just prior to the running for the Handicap. It was, however, notice able that t...

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NOTES BY THE SENTINEL ON THE TOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

NOTES BY THE SENTINEL ON TIHE 'TG WER. Why cannot the cab proprietors arrange to run between Albury and Wodonga at stated times ? It. was only the other day that I wished to go to Albury, and waited nearly two hours for a cab, and, when one started, about a dozen passed along. "Do you call that clothes?" said, sternly, the Wodonga Bridge customs official to a woman who had sworn that there was nothing in her trunk but clothes for her self anti husband, and as ha spoke he pointed to six bottles of brandy. "Yes," said she, softly, "those are his night caps." "God helps the man that helps himself; but God help the matn caught helping himself here," is a notice posted behind the counter of a silversmith in Melbourne. A double-barrelled gun hangs tnear the notice. " What a pretty coursol" This was my first thought on arriving upon the scene of action on Monday last. Bonnie Chester made it hot work in the Handi cap, doing thie mile and a half in 2min. 411 see. *His unexpected win upset a ...

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