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THE MOUNT RENNIE OUTRAGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887
THE MOUNT RENNIE OUTRAGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,—An article appeared in your last issue upon the above case, advocating, in common with the various newspapers throughout the colonies, that the extreme penalty should be carried out in the case of the six young men now lying under the death sentence. I now crave a little space to give my reasons for departing from that stereotyped method of treatment, notwith- standing that the person who raises his voice against the operation of barbarous laws, and in favor of enlightened ones, must be prepared to have his views questioned and his motives misrepresented and caricatured. He is portayed either as a dangerous visionary or as an active sympathiser with crime. He becomes a target for the dull platitudes of the great dunce family, a mark for the clumsy ridicule of the self-righteous. "Maud- lin sentimentalism," "mawkish philan- throphy," and similar well-worn catch- words from the vocabulary of abuse are fired at him from pulp...
YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887
YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN- CIL. The ordinary meeting of the above body was held on Thursday. Present- The president (Cr Burrows), and Crs Quirk, M'Leod, Mongan, Martin, Smith, Ronan, and Richardson. &nbsp; The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. &nbsp; From Father M'Carthy, Myrtleford, intimating that the road passing M'Ma- hon's, at Bruarong, was still unsafe.-To be attended to. From Mr D. Heidenwag, Middle Creek, directing attention to a dangerous tree &nbsp; standing in front of his property.-No action. From Mr R. R. Brewer, Leneva, directing atttention to the bad state of a road near Lucas's, and requesting that it be repaired forthwith. From the Lands Department intimating that the Crown lands bailiff's valuation of the 284-acre reserve in the parish of Dederang had been accepted, the amount being L165 15s, and that steps were being taken to reserve the block for recreation purposes.-Received. From the Melbourne O...
Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887
Edobonga & aotuong lfcntincl. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallenl!" --MIITos. FRIDAY, JANU4ARY 7, 1886. How true is the axiom, " One man may steal a horse whilst, another dare not look over the fence." We glance at the Sydney "Evening News" of Dec ember 13th, 1886, and read "Sumnmer Cup, 2000 subs., 00s each, filling rapidly.-Apply at once, Tattersall, care of G. Adams, l'itt-street.-Auvr." Side by side with this we place the fact that two respectable tradesmen of Albury were dragged before the ma gisterial bench by the local DoonBvRRS, and mulcted in a penalty which, in its amount, was sufliciently condemnatory of the farce which was played in the Albury Court House on Friday last. It seems that a bush border town is to furnish the legal precedent in the mat ter of "sweeps." We wonder how the .Sydney authorities will notice this "first prosecution." Daily in the. Press are notices of " sweeps " of ?000, 2000, 000, and 10,000 subscltbers freely advertised. We opine that Me...
MITTA MITTA NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 January 1887
MITTA MITTA NOTES (BY STRAY SHOT) The awkwardness of the mail service from this place must be my excuse for not writing in time for your last week's issue. We have three mails a week from this place, but, unless a letter is posted by the Monday morning's mail,it will not get away till Thursday. Some three years the day of departure was altered from Wednesday to Thursday, but then we only had two mails a week. Now we have three, and I think the Post Office Department might arrange to have them more evenly, dis- tributed - viz., the days of departure to be Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, which would greatly facilitate general correspon- dence. They are a " happy family " here, and pull "well" together. There is a local &nbsp; mining compnany carrying on operations not it great way from here, and of course great dissatisfaction was expressed at the man- agement; so some of the directors at a meeting gave the mining manager a mouth's notice. But he, being a canny &nbsp...
PROFESSOR HUME REPLIES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
PROFESSOR fLUME REPLIES. TO THE EDI)TOR OF TILE SENTINEL. SiR,--I observe in your issue of yestor day an article headed " Whlat do you think 1' in which rUference is directed at iso under the untm of "Plutarch J. Pomtpoy, P.P.,"in what thoe writer nm doubt thinks is a hIulorous and intensely sar castic vein. I have no wish to doprive the writer of his littlo'joke, even though it be at Illy own expense, but 1 certainly do object to omisrepresentation, and the in fornceo that I ]lay on the vanity and credulityof illy lioents in ratie to the foe paid. I resesmbuer the gontleman who culls himself ThomnsDoldd, Esq., idl I re medttbur further that when the ijutlitn of of his chauucter was written 1 remarked to Ily amalnlll sis tihat I felt sure it would not please the recipioent, but that; as always dlo, J would ipelk the truth withoult for it. tterror, 1 contend that the Ioutline I sent is a correct one, and .T.D., Esq., ought to relolllber that the fiact of a man weaitring a " white cho...
TOWONG SHIRE DAY LABOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
.TOWONG SHIRE DAY LABOR. TO'THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. tSIR,--lt.is anthor late to notice an effusion.in a late.number of The Sentinel, signed"' Horlney Handed Toiler," but the festive .season will perhapls act ias an apology. 1.havo.carefully read the article thnt has so dreadfully raised the ire of "Toiler," :and.have. arrived at two' con clusions - viz., that .his diatribe was dictated by personal qpite, or a too deep attention to " Hennessy." In the latter case there is, taking the season into con Ssideiation, some excuse; in the former, iloln i. . 'o Toiler" is evidently invincibly ignor ant upon the subject in dispute, and is another instance of " Fools rushing in where hiigels fear to tread." "Toiler" must have been complletely carried away by the deep contemplation of "Hunnessy," or someu.other,potent spirit, where he sat down to slate the editor of a rival paper. "Toiler," methinks, is a misnomer. I fear he " weaves not, neither does he spin "-unless a yarn. Mern .of.his c...
LAND NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
NI) NMOTICS. Patrick Quirk, i'7l3t,, W *irog North i..1" :,,ilat, 'Noeil iiuiuplt 1Gtuu, 333x, (iluultaldb ]).II'ttt 11. Nishctt, u 3t" 38p, it Itnitl, Criai:nV ugol, Vtni putit situ, Tini (t( t1Zitln AIreA At tILAttL1i. I)Irtiin ll:,. a~'03a, nIluttnunt 13,t ~3 fur Inttly a:j:;liud fol by hlugh .J3tht~tttt:: Aldju, lOihO t, hllttumr-tt i, f lnurlly up - lhiut for 4Ey 1-1 Bi our t'i uttidir, .: d, Iatllotmt :30, fur.. iii -ny uapplied for by C. A. Huuljtu :Koettuii 600n,u part 3it fonutmrly !IIp. p liiJ fn ' .b ili)ht Artudul. L LiO.. -'I:)i L-'z+eu IOElc iJ ANID DECLAiiit VOIi. G(wo. btupliun, 7t00:t. \'titdiilnuiditit - I '.uY.\L. OF RAZIj NGI ,1' VI~ItiTh \\Villizizit }Olin, It 3t' 3Op, ilurriiga:. l'uutiutt Luoony, 2Oa, Lilliput Artlur Quiiini, 14u 3r lup, Chiltern "AIburt Silinik, 270ii 3r 34Ii, V oduilga C,. U.U lhntl, 102n,. Lilliplut.
ALBURY v WODONGA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
ALBURY v WODONGA. TO TIlE £EITOR OF THE SE'NTIIEL. Sil,--Mr Moullder must be a very patriotic individual indeed, or he would never have delivered such a. woundrful passage of oratory as last week's ientinel reports him to have delivered lt, Mr Allard's farewell. Did it ever occur to this Wodonga goenis, who, if -lo'had his way, would permit the sun and the in ion to shliie over W\odunga,i to thl exuclusiion of the rest of the world, that Albury's supdrior position iight be due iii somel measure to the public spirit of its iahanbi tanits 1 The Woldunga CustoUn-liouse has existed for years, while the Albury one has until the other lday been absolutely open to the world. That Custom Houses are a block to trade, imust be apparenit to everyone. Holw they can assist a town in whiclh many it those who trade live in iiiotlier colony, and must plt up with the annoyance of all investigationl of theic * goods, is a mystery to me. The vaiious Victorian Goveriimuents have, I frankly ndmit, helpe...
LOCAL LAND BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
•UL, J4D BLRDS. M?essrs D. J. Lane and A. M. Stewart, "lnld.oflfcers, will preside at the following bo:aiis during the ensuing week: Yackadaladlih, Monday, at eleven n.a. 'Talleagawta, Tuesday, at eloven 'aol. W\odoeug?, Wedesnday, at two p.i,.
COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
WODON('A, The following are the latoat quota tions: Flour, £12 10s par toi Wheat, Os per biushol White oats, 4s.per bushell Brown oats, 8s 3d per bushel Capo burley, s Gad per bushol English barlaey, Is pl r lxshel' Bran, Is per .gs.la . Pollard, is per bussmel Chaff, £5 per .?tot Hayi £G 10s per ton . Potatooa (Warrnmunbnol), ,, po? ton . Peoas,l4. '3d per busheal Maize, 4s par bushul Barley, 3d per hb. Butter (fresh), 10d per lb Eggs, 10d per dozeon Butter (potted), Odper lb l anmilton Broas' dioramanof tlihe Soulm war, whiclh was oxpeclqdl hant weak, .lill he an view at Wodotiga on Sntyrday, tihe 22gd it!t,
CABLE NEWS. LONDON, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
CABLE NEWS. (BY ReurTER) LoDnoN, 12th January. The Earl of Iddesleigh was taken suddenly ill when with the 'Marquis of Salisbury at Downing street this after noon. He immediately became un condous, and expired in a few minu tes. LATER PARTICULARS. LoNDoxN, 12th January. Further particulars regarding the death of the Earl of Iddesleigh (Sir Staflord Northcote) state that when mounting the stairs at Downing street on his way to see Lord Salisbury he was seized with sudden faintness. IHe was conveyed upstairs, but died in twenty minutes, the immediate cause of death being heart disease.
THE REV. A. J. DREWETT AND OUR GRANYA CORRESPONDENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
THIE REV. A. J. DREWE'LPT AvND OUR GRANYA CORRESPONDENT. TO THE EDITOR OF. THE RENTINEL. Sma,-Itroally is rofreshing, in this hot and languid weather, to find that every one is not affected like imysolf, but that someone can lind tho-e'nergy to write a lively and animatcd latter upon the inis. deeds of the Ro. A. . .l.'Droewot towards your Oranya correspondent. Looking at the position fairly-first of ynur Granya correspondent-was it altogether a kind and charitablo motive that promlpted him to put before the publio a statement caleu. lated to injure another? I know Mr Sparrow well, and am persuaded that he was not wanting in unergy, strength, eor will to fulfil that aphere which i.t had pleased God to call him. Neither have any foirs of hbi futuro boha'vio'? in this respect. Did hlie use the word imputed to him, "Tired of manual labor?" I have every reason to believe he odid not, lbut, supposing he did, does, it imply any sinister motives in chianging his sphere of labor? Would a sc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
JOHN G. WIGCG, imiTi Sr'irer, WVooosa, Wisolesasloul Retal U:: T? It E R.] Tl. .oldelstC?eabnllied lBuntchery `in' . Wodosiga. MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. r. ,,...' ? of evesydesecriptiofl:n.:? - Albury and ,Wodonga Coach Factory. E, C. EhLLIS, OF ALBUtRY 'AND WODONGA, BEGS to announce that Ihe is proparcd to .iANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEfICLE "Both at Albury' and1 Wodonga. Repairs neatly exectedl. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderato. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, ..HIGH STREET, . \ODONGA, B[EGS tosnnounes that heolns opened a .J 'Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as TIIm SrcTIs?I O1lice. TANKS! TANKS ! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths 1! Baths i Baths l Every description of TINWVARE made to order, and kept in stoel. " Orders by post punctually attended to, JUSICI MUS ICI I MUSIC! Professor. L.- Iverson (Of thel iessa Conseorvatoire of Music), Visits \s ODONGA on1 Wednesdays iand Saturdays. Addres-=Allen's Terminus IHotel. -....
SIR CHARLES RUSSELL ON IRETAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
SIR CHARLES RUSSELL ON IRETAND. -4--t-- The members of the Eighty Club en tortained Sir Charles Russell, M.P., at the Westminster Palace Hotel on No vember 25th. The chair was taken by Sir Horace Davey, Q.C., in the unavoid able absence of Mr Arnold Morley, M.P. The chairman proposed the health of the guest of the evening, and Sir Charles (who was received with loud cheers), in responding, said the position of affairs in the political world was curious. They saw groups of individuals acting in con junction whose unity of action a short time ago would not have been suspected -Lord Hartington, whom Mr Chamber lain described as " the Rip Van Winkle of politics," and Mr Chamberlain himself, acting in concert with Lord Randolph Churchill, who passed a great portion of his unofficial life in abusing both of them. (Laughter.) Then they had the eccentric Chancellor of the Exchequer acting with the Whigs, and the Prime Minister making Liberal speeches at the Mansion House. Notwithstanding th...
THE FIRST LADY IN THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
THIE FIlR$7'L ,fDY7TTN1'.IE LAND. -4-- The Queen's life at Balmnoml is very simple and quiet. Her suite is not large. Her Majesty is always accompanied to the Highlands by Il.R.[H. the Princess Beatrice, whoso devotion to her umother is a splendid example to every English, or, as the Queen would herself say, every "British,"daughter. Since the princessts marriago she is, of course, frequently. accompanied by her husband,PrincluHenry of Battonborg, whose pleasant frankness of manner and genuine. kindliness of nature have won him a high plitse in the regard of the Highlanders. Occasionally other members of the Royal Family visit the Queen. The Prince and Princess of Wales often come to Abhrgeldio, which is quite near Balmorall; and this season the young widowed Duchess of Albany has boon staying at Birkhall. Frequently Her Majesty invites some of her friends to reside at Abergeldie Mains, and a visit to thetm there for an afternoon call or "afternoon tea" makes a pleansant drive. A la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
A Chance for the Working Classes of Victoria, and all who wish to Save or Make Money. IMPORTANT NOTICE. LAYERITON New and Model Suburb of Melbournei ALLOTMENTS, S£10 ANDI) £15 E10 H. .; . 5s per Lot' Deposit. Balance, Cs .per Lot per Month, with Interest at 6 per cent. Free Decds to syrs of i lets, and ati eloventh'lot'giveo in to iyers ofe 10 lots, as iWell as Free .eeds.. Cost of Deeds to Buyers of niy Inmber of lots less thiinu 5, only £2 10s in full. Title, Crown Certificate, the best in the world andl the only title:beyom sall dispute. . As Laud at Laverton is RISING: IN VALUE every day,.the vendoresee that consequetly thie payments are sure to lbe kept up, and that they run no risk In giving the very easiest terms Which c:ui possibly be desired. They leave therefore decidled to offer terms which have never before been equalled in the world, viz.: 5s per Lot Deposit.. Balance, 5s per Lot per Month. As the Price of all Unsold Lots is shortly to be raised to £1I and £20 each; ael...
TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
TO YONG STIIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of.the Towong Shire Council was heldlon Tues day, in the Shire-hall. Present--Or J. Dobinson (president), Carkeek, Dyring, Robinson, Larson, Stewart, and Paton. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting weore read and confirmed. COILESRPoNsDENCE. Fromnt the Secretary of Lands, referring to an interview wills Mr Peter Wright, and stating that the District Surveyor re ported that the now bridge over the Mitta Mitta having been erected above Maur tagh's holding, the land withhold for building purposes had been rendered valueless for such purposes, and might be added to the reserve for a public park in the parish of Mfagoora, that is to within 150 links of Murtagh's boundry. Steps had been taken to extend the reserve ac cordingly.-Received. From the Under-Treasurer, referring to the statement received from the shire secretary re moneys received from licensus insuabls under the Licensing Act 1870, .and requesting to know why the ams...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
' LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAN]) OF FANCY GOODS. FAoNCY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, SUITABLE FOR BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING PRESENTS, PLAIN AND FANCY STATIOMERY Of every Description for Sale JOB . PRINTING Exetuted in the Best Style at the Shortest Notice in Gold or Colors. BOOKBINDING .* Best Qualitby and at Lowest Rates AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE, W. WOO01G S+ DEAN STREET, COHEN, ALBURY (IIE'TWEEN BANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND "BORDER POST" OFFICE,) EsTaramIS~in 1870, WATCHMIAKIER, JEWELLEIR, & OPTICIAN, WISHES to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he has 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. SPECIALITY--,ROTIIERIIAIM'S SILVER LEVERS (guaranteed thrco years), from £L 10s. WALTHAM STLVER VATCIES (guaranteed two years), from £3. DIAMOND BANG LES...
THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
THE BRItAGI'VLL IAPELIt. After the proverbial storm, conies the proverbial calum, and in these partsas else. where people are settling dlown to their usual avoeations. That respected lpatriarch Father Christmas, havisng once more beamed upon us with all the bunevolence of old age, has again vanished from sight, and we are fairly embarked oil the tide of another year to be lheated nearer to the ultmnate goal of existence. To all and sundry I present the "compliments of the season," and trust that the (present new born year of grace may bring increased happiness sod prosperity to all. May The Sentinel ever be found faithful at its post, as it has been in the past, guarding popular interests with vigilant care, strong in the advocacy of all that is conducive to the welfare of humanity, increasing in moral and political influence, to the credit and prosperity of those who are charged with its destinies, with which prayer I give three cheers for myself and everbOdy else, and pass to othe...
SPLENDID MINING RETURN FROM BUNGUANNAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 January 1887
SPLENDID MINING RETURN FROM BUNGOWANNAH. The Bungowanah Mining Company, at Bungowannah,yesterday cleaned up,with the splendid yield of 210 ozs. of gold. The cake was shown last night in Wodonga by Mr Stanley,the legal manager, and was a magnificent sample. Considerable im- portance is attached to the yield, which will doubtless have an important in- fluence on the district. The reef is said to be no less than 26 feet in thickness, and as the development proceeds it in- creases in richness.