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

SECOND DAY. Tuesday was observed as a half-holi day in Wodonga, the business men of the town closing their establishments at one oclock. A progranmme of sports had been issued for a capital day's sport, and the varrious events weor well contested.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REV.A.J. DREWETT'S DISCOURSE ON YOUR GRANYA CORRESPONDENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

REV. A. J. DREWETT'S DISCOURSE ON YOUR GRANYA CORRESPON DENT. TO THE EDITOR OF TIHE SENTINEL. Sin,-Itiswiththereversoof pleasurable feeling that I am obliged to refer to this subject. Woreo t not that false imprerions are likely to be created, the letter would be treated with contempt that such a spite ful,ungeontlemanly effusion deserves. My knowledge of " the worthy and honorable man " is more extensive n han thaa of "A.J.D.," and my friends express sur prise that so little was said respectineg his admission into the ministry. Perhaps it is news to Mr D. to know it was your correspondent who first introduced him to the publio of Granya as a tempoernce re .firmer,-ind that his protege expressed his obligation for the assistance rendered. I have-a perfect right to hold whatever opinions I please on the actions of A. J. D. or his proteges. Suffico it to say that in this'instaice, the opinion of the general public coincides with my own, and if MIr Drowott will.take the trouble, to asc...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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MITTA MITTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

MITTA MITTA RACES. The Mitta Mitta Racing Club held its opening meeting in Magorra Park on Monday, when, owing to the com- pleteness of the arrangements made by the stewards and Mr Porteous, the ener- getic secretary to the club, a capital day's sport was provided and not a hitch of any kind occured to mar the day's pro- ceedings. The Magorra Park is conve- niently situated within in a few minutes' walk of the township, on the east side of the Mitta Mitta River, and consists of a nice block of lightly-timbered ground, which has been specially reserved for purposes of recreation and sport. A short time ago the club applied to the Towong Shire Council to have this re- serve fenced and secured. The council agreed, and steps were immediately taken to have the work done expeditiously, with the result that the park was fenced in and sufficient improvements effected on the running track to enable the club to bring off their first annual meeting with great success. The track is cer- tainly ...

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

TTANTED, a good LAUNDRESS. Apply Allen's Terminms Hotel, Wodonga,. LOST FROM WODONGA. To Pound Keepers and Others. B AY MARE, branded 0 N off shoulder, (S near shoulder. Also. BLACK MARE branded Ti near shoieldor, saddle. marked. Reward, 10a each. Apply D. Evan, Wodooga Restaurant, Wodonga. - LOT, seventeen Queensland BULLOCKS, branddd as follows:-ZX1, US2 , S2L near ribs, AN2, NDI, 8 over N, UYO, TBl. Anyone detaining the same will be prose euted, or any information will be rewarded. Apply' . .WILLIAM HILL. Wodonga, 8th December, 1880. TO CATTLE DROVERS and TEAM "1 STERS.--HORSES --and --CATTLE taken in for AGISTMENT. 240 acres of splendid grass. Abundance of water, Secure fences. Apply to E. Davis, House. Creek, near Cattle Sale-yards, rFINTALDRA.-NORTH.EAST DIS. I TRICT.-BRICK HOTEL"(freehold). Price and terms frome '.. HELLICAR CONNELL, 1 04 Collins street east. For Sale, SPLENDID English PIANO (nearly new), liy J. . Gramer and Co., £24. A great bargain. PETER M'LEAN, Wodouga. N...

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

OODS. ,FANCY GOODS SSORTMENT JUST TO' HAND rAT THE E O: ` FFICE. 'I-Coz JEAN STREET, ALBURY ALASIA AND- "BORDER POST" OFFICE,) ] 1$ r inu. ED 1870, WTISHES to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he has always on hand a large and choice selection of Gold and Silver SWATCHES, 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 SPECIALITY-ROTHERIAMS'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 GREAT VARIETY. ,All orders entrusted to my care receive my best ana careful attention. Post free to all parts of the district. "Watches andjewellery repaired on the premises at shortest notice, and strictly moderate. GORDON & GORDON, Architects and Surveyors, T-> -----EJU-4 - 0 U H T...

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CUDGEWA MUSINGS. 28th December. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

CUDGEWA MUSINGS. BY A BLUE RIBDONITE. 28th December,   Having a leisure day, I think I shall spend an hour in-writing you an-account of yesterday's gay doings here, which I, think are well worthy of the appellation. CUDGEWA RECHABITE FETE. As early as half-past six a.m., members. of the committee were on the ground com pleting the large luncheon booth, which they commenced on Christmas Eve, and preparing hurdles, &c. At eleven a.m., the first banner was hoisted having the name of tent and place inscribed in gold letters on red ground, and from that hour till three or four o'clock in the after noon well filled waggonettes and buggies, besides equestrian, and pedestrians, were wending their way to the school reserve. From twelve o'clock till two p.m., the fair waitresses at the luncheon table were kept very busy, when '"doors closed " till six. p.m. The APPEARANCE OF THE GROUND: about four p.m, was, imposing, when I think there were about 300 people present. The s...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 31 December 1886

Iobtongnt .$ -olueng 56ttii rl. "Awake! Arise i Or be for over fallen!" -MILTOY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1886. sIIILE we are yet "dwellers on the threshold " it were well to cast a retro spective eye over mundane "affairs, local, political, and social. Wodonga lias increased in size but slightly, and has had but little added to its dignity, but what little there has been is of a most useful character. We refer to the Athenmum, which would be a credit 'tb a much larger township than Wodonga. Much, however, remains to be done. A resident C.P.S. is re quired, the public being often put to the inconvenience of travelling twenty miles to transact business which should be done here in Wodonga. In the estimates, wlhich are just published, we notice that during 1887 .£1000 is to be spent on the Wodonga-Albury road £500 by the Government, and a like amount by the shire council and it is to be hoped that the multitude of pits in the same will speedily dis appear, so that travellers to our sister...

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A REPLY TO THE REV. A. J. DREWETT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

DREW EITT ' TO Pru. arroiFPTIIE Li NTI.EL t .=' ^= ' iut, I- iannit': but- adniiri tits style tii t l;ih ioour elrgyU'en of ,th't resett , d t ritish lnto p'1rit1.. aurl it iiit would' s> hitter flr -theu hleu c.f- thi. An'.licit' COhirh. int. tlhi district to .a!ow a Ibette ' exaniplo to liis adlhrents ti:mtit lttrnw beatia norrespjtidluentir siliply'PI noilring fldts. :H ci'eaot I.IntC.tci what lie preaches, or he would have tkoen a dibfI. 'reut ,otiso, ait retiirued "to,,d fir .ail.? But- Iputrstuit are ut istwit thley seem, [ wonler uwhat Mr Drewett will thlilln' whll. h lerintit ii lt the yioung ll it11 whli passed ma:d? uyi of tha witids quotel bty your coirrusptiaulsit, i thile presulie of umor thomu t pn p)rsue. It should make n mtt of his cshuit motIr careful ini using high ltng:age, and running init ptiut mot a subject 'of which hi tnly knowes on si.loH. Had Ili exertel htiself to learn the s tlor, he would hlto rufnailne:l frmia ,.,ing iuto print o.i huhalf of a ibroth...

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THE J.P.SHIP AT WODONGA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

THIE J.P.SHIP AT WODONGA. TO THE EDITOR OF TIHE SENT?LEL. Sin,--Although the question as to who is; and who is not, to eo invested with the commission of the peace in W\idonga seems to have, died a natural death, I would, with your kind permission, like to revive it. Some few years back a petition was got up and signed herio, with the object of having Mr D. Ferguson appointed. The nionunation meot with universal ap p~roval, as every one felt that the gentle mnan suggested would, from his exceptional qualifications, prove an ornamentto to the bench. 'tHowever, the wishes of the in habitants of Wodonga were not complied with, simply because lMr Ferguson was aii officer in the Goverlnmeut service. At Tintaldra andl at El Dorado, in this district. two instances have coime under mny notice in which the Minister has seen fit to depart from . the general rule, and appoint Government officers to the J.P.aslip. The two men to whoml I al lude are Mr D. S. Bowden, inspectur of stock, and AIr H...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

ALBUIUY MARKET. Mesesrs OChs. L. Grillith and Co. report holdind thoir usual fortnightly markeiot a their .lbhury Yards .on \\odUneday laste Cattlo-500 yarded, including about 100 inferior to usefil beef; nothing very prino or henyy yarded; best poln bullouks to LS, best cows (very light) to L5 10s. Store bullocks, 3 to 4 yrs, in forward condition, to L5 8s od; younger cattle at full rates. We sold draglits -for Mesars Partoll, J. J. Rore, Jn eph lHarrington, Jamese White, ,1; W. IM'Keller, N. Bid strup, G. A1. IHarrison aend others, prices for fat enttle bring a lhado unlder Ito rates. , Calves--Wo sold 13 for lTessrs MR'KKller and Bidstrup from LI Is to LS 10s. Sheiep-3000 yarded, only oee lot of fat owes in the balance mixed sheep of rather inferior description. Beost fatI owes ando as 8d, store owes 3s 3d to 5a; Mhixed wuanors and young wethors at current ratus, 1000 being turned out unsold,

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FAREWELL TO MR G. ALLARD. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

FRidREiWVBLL TO MR 0, ALLARD. On Tuesday ,veoning about thirty rep. rosuntative gentlemon, including a number of railway employces,nasembled at Allen's Terminus hotel, to partake of a parting .glass of wino with Mr Goo. Allard, who for two or three years lpast has acted as railway guard between Soymiaur and W\rodongs, and has now been promoted to thu charge of a station at Cope Colpe. An elegant anld sumpll)tuous repast was served on the balcony of the hotel, which was tastefully decorated for thie occasion with flowers and evorgreens, nuld beauti fully illuminated wits Chineso lanterns. Mr J. Bambriek, J.P., president of the shiro, presided; while the vice-chair was filled by Mr J. Syder, the local station master. An apology for non-attendance was received from Mt' D. Ferguson. The good things so liberally provided having boon discussed, The clhairnman rose to propose "Our Guest." Ho said hlie hail known r Allard ever since thatgentlesman had come to the district, ad a mnore straig...

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BETHANGA ANNUAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

IBETIiANYGA ANNUAL SPORTS. The ara.nul Botlanga 'Now Year'; Day sports took place on Saturday, ani contrary to the anticipation of sonme, woer a decided success. Thlo commnittoe left thle arrangement of the sports this year a little too late, but, beingltan annual ga thering, this does not seem to have done much harm, fdr visitors came from all directions. The day was very warm, but tihe site selected was especially chosen for its grand shade and all seemed to highly appreciate tile seloction. The running was good, and tlhe competition was ospeci ally keen, but someo fun was created by the utter failure of tile liorses to jump. This was an extra ovent got up, Is en trance, tlhe lot going to tle highest jumper, and tile same sticks wore used as for the running high jump, being a thin white stick across. About 3 feet was started, but only one of tlhe lot could manage to get over, and,.this one could not mtanago it a second time. It was the thin stick that caused the baulk and the swea...

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TOWONG TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

'.: ? 0rONG TURP'F OLUB RAGES. SNotwitllstanding the day of meeting, the 1st of January, being a holiday, and tho weather. all, that could bo desired, the attendance was not as large as last year. This may be attributed to the fact of so miany people being .engaged harvesting. Tho fair sex Inustered up in strong force, and in :their rich and many colored costumes, i gave the grand stand a most pleasing Sand picturesquc appearance. The meet .ing was most orderly tlroughout passing off vithout unpleasantness of any sort. The "spielers," who are usually inseparable from up-country Smeetings, were conspicuous by their absence.. Mr Thos. B. Waters, who ofliciated as starter, performed his part in a very satisfactory manner, while Mr. Hanson had not much difficulty in judging the winners. M'r Fred M3'Donougli made a most efficient clerk of scales. The racing commenced with tile Queen's Plate, for wlhich there were four starters, Charley Wheeler's stable providing the favorite in the shape...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

LARGE ASSORTME]NT JUST TO HIAND OF FANCY GOODSQ FAN CY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, SUITABLE;FOR BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING PRESENTS, PLAIN AND FANCY SSTATIONERY Of every Description for Sale JOB PRINTING Exetuted in the Best Style at the Shortest * Notice in Gold or Colors. MBOOKBIN D ING Best Quality and at Lowest Rates --------------- ---- AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE, DEAN STREET, COHEN , AL•BURY (BETIVEEN BANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND "BORDER POST" OFFICE,) ESTABLISHED 1870, WATCHMAKEl, JEWELLER, & OPTICIAN, TTTISHIES 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, which for quality and price cannot be equalled in the district, as importing and .purchasing for oash enables Iim to give the public special value. A SPECIALITY-ROTHIERElAM'S SILVER LEVERS (guaranteed three years), fron, £5 10s. WALTHAM SILVER WVATCHES (guaranteed two years), ferom £3. DIAMOND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

::'OHN G. WIGG, 1Hnh11 STIlREET, WODONcA, . '? Wholesalo and Retail B U T .C- I EL R. -,TJB. a oldest established ' Butchery In T odonga. Always on hand. Smal Goods of 'eery description. MV-7..H711Jr..ri1' ..N2 V'URI& IiDzL Albury and Wodon0g'a' Coach Factory. E_ CO ELLIS, OF ALBURY. AND WODONGA, B EGS to announceo that heo is prepared to SMIANUFACTURE EVERYT DESCRIPTION of VEhIICLE Both at Albury and \Vodonga. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, B EOS to announce that he has opened a S i Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as TIsE S.ETIOEL Ollice. S TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths ! Baths ! Baths ! - Every description of TIN WARE made to ' rdor, and kept in stack. Orders by post punctually attended to; M USIC MUSICI MUSICI! Professor L. Iverson (Of the A ienna Conservatoire of Music),. Visits IC ODONGA on .Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Aflea...

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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

GUNDO JtINrG. (FROM OUR OWN CORIESPONDENT.) As this is msy first contribution for 1887, I suppose it is' incumbent upon mne to mnake the usual and therefore scarcely original statement that a now year is born., Yes, we are in the dawn of the New Year, Mr Editor.-that suspicious period during which the gilded youth makes rash vows inont the eschewing of tobacco, liquor, cards, &c., and tie cul tivation of the virtues requisite to the role of "good young men "--a product of civilization which a certain humorist has said is "praised by all and liked by none." Tooutlying districts such as thisaNowYear sees little or no change fro6m the routine of the old one; but the year 1887 is an exception to this rule in the case of that important inscitution, the State School, in which, I am informed by readers, the old prognunnoe of instruction ceased to be used at the termination of last year, and the new one will take its place on the resumption of duty after the current holidays. _ The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

SPECIAL NOTICE. M,?S COTTRELI? AS returned to Wodonga, an?d again, taken tho .BORDER HOTEL, Whoere she hopns to soo hir oild, and to' mnake now, friulnd, Wines, Bloor, :mnd Spirita:of the Iost brands. Every accoimnodation for travollers and families. JOHN WILKINS ON, SOLIOITOR, &o,, of Now South Wales and Victoria, Olioent's money ton loud, Mlodoiate rates, Olficos, . 'L. Grilltih aid Co.'s.COham. liors, Dean.street, Albury, and Princo of VIales HUll, Wodolga, . Poison ?AID in my paddooks, at lonbva. G. S. rANNS,. Beechworth Prosp ecting Boar'd. ALsL pesons desitjros of obtaining a. portion of the Prospecting Grant are requested to osnd in their applications to MIr Alex. A.lderdice, Clerk of the Board, on or before Saturday, the 8th day of January, 1887. Forms of application imay be ubtained fronm the Clerk .to th Board as soon as they are printed. T ho Ordinary Meetings of the Board will be held on thlu.Sconil 3Ionday. inl' each imonth. - DONALD FL' TCHER, Chairman of Prosl...

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WHAT DO YOU THINK? [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

We often wainder thout Melbourne, watching ipeople, and imagining 'various things concerning them; Hero rushes by in nervoutis hliaste the father, the: broad= winner of a liiirgo faniily. We kni\v he ]ins a large family,because of the anxious, nervous look ho wears-a look that jilainly" says-"My mind is always at work." In the city it is bustle and push -a little conniving here, a little there, diplomacy all round, caused by the keen coimpotition of this present ninioteent cenltury, and at homoe it is "Joemima wants it new dress," "Polly's sweetheart has cut her," "Georgo has done some foolish boyish prank,. and is discharged from his situation." Alid so the world wags, and the fathers, as others. have tlheir trials, and tllheir, succssos,theoir hopes and their fears, their joys aind their sorrows, nild eveory. one yoars more, or loss of his history, liis"circumstances, his. hopes, -with, themi, and gives, to the ob servant,mnatoiials of a tale mIoro romantic tlhan can be ohhtined f...

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BEECHWORTH AMATEUR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

BJECIIlVORT'I'I AM A?'iU!{ RACGES. Another success for the Beeclhworth Amateur Racing Club has to be chron icled; the New Year's Day meeting, on Saturday last, being held at Baar hiutlha Park under the most favorable circtumstauces. The dtay was IL lineo Australitan summer one, there ws'as a large crowd in attendance, the course was in splendid order-the park still retaining sufficient of its verdancy to give the spectators the idea that it was a spring, instead of a sunnmer, meet ing-and the nusmetous horses that put in an appearance includod some really tine anuimals, which tended to make the 'racing good, the majority of the seven events on the card being run in excollent time, though the finishes were not close. MAIDEN PLATE, of 10 soes. Onet niile. Mr 11. Smith's br in Ponulopio, 3 yrs, 8st 11b . Mr W. Hart's bi f Dooftot, 3 ~ys,??B - 1Ib ...... . .. Mr H. Hoysted's b in Chaseaway, 8st 131b ... . .. ... ... 3 The live wore sent away to a good start; with Doofoot in the lead, bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887

A OClanou for the Working Classes ':of Victoria, and all whp wislh i: Save or Make Money. , IM0lPO RTANT NOTICE. LAYERTON TIE r New and Model Suburb of Melbour ne. r:: , ALLOTMEN='I'S .£10 IND) 5s per Lot Deposit Balance 5s per Lot, per Month, with Inte est at ? per cent. Free Deeds to .Buyers of 5 lots, anod ai eleventh lot'give iuto buyers, of 10 lots, as well is Free .Deeds. Cost of Deeds to Buyers of Caly number of lots less thanI., only £2 10s in full. Title, Crown Certificate,' the best in the world .and the only title beyeond all dispute. As Land at Laverton is nisiNo I V.LLUE overy iday, the vendors see that.conscquently the payumentss are sure to be lept up, anl that they ruln no risk is giving the velc easiest terms whiclh can possibily be desires. They halve therefore decided to ofier' termso which have never hobefore been equalled iii the aorldl, ?iz.: 5s per Lot Deposit. Balance, 5s per Lot per Month. As the Pi?ice of :all Unsold Lots as shortly to bI raised to £15 asnd...

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