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LAND NOTICES. AGRICULTURAL AND GRAZING LANDS DIMINSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

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Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WODONGA CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

THE WODONGA CEMETERY. TO TIIE EDITORI OF TIlE SENTINEL. SIR,--I must draw' attention, through the medium of yourvaluable journal, to the disgraceful condition of the Wodonga Cemetery. I don't know who the sexton is, or whether there is such officer, al though I have heard that the responsible one follows the same calling as myself; consequently I am lotll to refer to the scandalous state of affairs. But a sense of respect for Cod's acro compels me to record what I saw one day this week. On arrival at the cometery, I noticed overythingoexactly as itshould not Ibe. The long grass was about 4, feet high in many places, rendering locomotion a most un pleasant task, and offering a harbor for snakes. As if this was not bad enough, the ground is covered with thistles, and this last nuisance exists to a greater ex tent than 1 have even mot with during the many years I have acted as undertaker. Tihe fence is broken down in many places, while the enclosures rountd the graves and tombstones ar...

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THE TALLANGATTA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

THE TALLANGAT?TA RA IIWAY. " Bruni" of the Australasian, who paid a visit to this district last week, has written a very interesting article onTallan gatta, which was published in last week's issue of that journal. We quote the fol lowing remarks on the subject of the rail way and its probable effects in relation to the district: "Tallangatta is to have a railway, 'but when is a question that exercises the minds of the inhabitants greatly. The survey of a portion of this line has been completed, and tenders are about to be called for its construction. The distance is only 14 miles, and the terminus is in a paddock by the roadside. Why such a short line could not be carried out by one effort is what no one in this region can understand. The survey of the remain der of the line is being carried on, and pos sibly, if the work of crossing the river is not 'of avery formidable character, the railway may be completed to Tallangatta at no distant period. That it will, be a paying line I th...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TOWONG TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

TOIVONG TUIRF CLUB. Tho following weights havo boon declared ini conlbotion with the annual meeting: Towoeo IIANDImCtr. at lb. C; \Wheoler's (Jun.) ch h Abuse, 4 yra 0 6. J..Hansou's blk g Little King, aged 8 13. C. Wheolor's(jun,)}br 1 Marksman, S yra ... ... 8 1. John eloyd'e b.g Ip.viotus, 5yrs ..... 8 1l Jno. P'ondergast's lh the E]rl, 5 yrs... 8 10 W. C. Steols h g Rhetorician... ...8 2 Jos Evan's ich g Bo nunio Ihostor, r .......... ... 8 2 W. C.. Steel's b Norman, 3yrs ..7 77 Paton Bros.' br f Fly, 3 ya. .;, • ... 7 7 Je oILloyd's h b Toimny, 5 yre.' ... 7 8. John Plore's oh in Lottery, yr '.... '7 John Lloyd's gg Mistletoe, 4 yrs '... 7 5 John Piere's hg Coolabah, 4yrs. .,. 7 3 L. Huon' bro Urahby, 3 re ... 7 2 'Pton Bros.'hr f liiverholJe 3 yre ... 7 2; Thos. Pieroe' g in Persuason, 4yrs 7 0 J. O'Donohoo's blk g Pinwiro, 5 yrs... 7' 0 J, Dobiilso?ai'br.s Vernton, 4 yre ... 8 12 Thos. \Vhitohoad'aoh h Albiu, aged... 0 12 A. Stewart's g gEolo, 6 yrs .,. . 0 10. L. Hluon's b g...

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TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 26th JANUARY. (Before Mr W. H. Foster, P.M.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

TALLANGATTA POLICE COUJRT. WEDNESDAY, 26th JANUARY. (Before Mr W. H. Foster, P.M.) DEBT. J. Shelley v G. Wilkinson, L12 1is 10d, goods. Mr J. Wilkinson, of Albury, for the defendant. Adjoorned to next court, defendant being allowed L1 is costs. M. Queriplo v C. Fitzgerald, L1 13s, carriage of goods. Order for amount, and 22a Od costa. Thomas Leggo v Hugh Thompson, L3 3s, goods. Order for amount, with 15s costs. M. Haire v J. M'Mahon, L20, paid on account of purchase of land, not com pleted, owing to action of defendant. Order for amount, with L1 11s costs; pro ceedings to be stayed for a month. Mr Wilkinson appeared for the prosecution. Thomas Legge v James Rolaton, L21 14s 3kd. Order for amount, and L3 costs. W. Dyring v T. F. Fraser, L9 18s lid, goods sold. Order for amount, with 5s coats. NON-REOISTRATION OF BIRTH. W. Higgins was fined Se for neglecting to register the birth of his child, on the 19th August, 1886. NO VACCINATION. COmatablo Allwood proceeded against W. Roper, unde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

The best medicine known is SANDRn and SoNs' EUCALYITI EXTInACr. Test its eminent, powerful effects in coughs, colds, inluenozas the relief is instantaneous. In serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest rcnedy-noswelling- noinlnlaunntion. Like surprising efecots produced in croup, ,lphthtlrin, .inoullitis, nulaummn tion of the IIng, .swelling &o,; diarrha, dysentery, dliseases of tlh kidneys and iL:inary organs. In use at hospitals mnld medical clinics all over the globe; lintronised by His Maljesty the Klug of Italy; crowned with medal nml diploms at Internatioenl Exhibitiol, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved artlol' uld reject all othgrs, Notice. A LL GOATS found trespassing on A Mossrs Dougharty, Son, and Parker's Paddocks, at \\odonga, will be DE. STROYED without further notice. J. O. SHIELDS. Horses and Cattle T AKEN in to graze, on thile Murray Flats. Abundance of grass and water. Secure foncea.. JOHL...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY v WODONGA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

ALBURY v WODONOA. TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,-Mr Moulder has vouchsafed a a very plausiblo,characteristio, and patrio tic reply to my effusion cf a fortnight ago. His remarks as to my " pen badgering" pro too contemptible even to notice; so I will pass on to to his complimentary ro forence to the public spirit of Albury. Its superior public spirit, I contend, has given Albury the supremacy, and its ..undoubted supremacy is duo neither to caprice nor to any paltry matter such as the changing station. The latter question was indeed one more of sentiment than anything else. How can Mr Moulder or :any other Wodongaito expect his town to go ahead when the few ill the town who possess money are too frightened to ven ture a £5 note ill house property. It speaks volumes for Wodonga, I admit, that there is notan empty house to be found in it. But on the other hand, does it not show a lamentable want of confidence in the stability of the place when there is :not sufficiont enterpriso...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

Firomon aro rather discouraging fellows; it is their business to throw cold water ?en-things. "Asnyhody that knows a thing before it happens is wlled a repolrter" was the do tiniticn on tlh slate of an eighltyear-old schiiolboy. " Do you know the nature sof ani oath, ma'anil' iiquired the judgo. " Well, I reckon Ia ,ortr," was the reply; ",my husband drivres a blrr.r." ' Fodh Father; " Don't you think I ought to have my tldaughter's voico culti vateud"-Tortu'red guest, with muIlch tphaslusia " I think 'ou ought to have sulsething done to it.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

Tenders for the first section of toe rail way from Wodonga to Tallangntta will elose on Monday ptet. A party is push ing on thoe survey of the second half, nud thero probably will be no delay in calling for tlln'1tr for tlil, .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

A , *' LARE, ASonRM ENT TVST TO AIINL9 ' : . .. .. FANCY GOODS, FAN CY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, SUJITABL FOR BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING PRESENTS, .PLAIN AND FANCY STA T 10 ER R Qf every- Description for Sale JOB PRINTING :] eciited in the Best Style at the Shortest Notice in Gold or Colors, BO OKBINDING Best Quality .ancd at Lowest Rates AT THIU SENTINEL OFFICE, DEAN .STREET, COHEN, ° (BETWEE,~I BANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND '" BORDER POST" OFFICE,) ESTABLISEDn 1870, --WATCIIMAKER, JEWELLER, & OPTICIAN, WTISHES 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 ofthe most unique and latest style, which for quality and.price cannot be .equalled in the district, as importing and purchasing foq cash enables him to give the public special value. A SPECIALITY-ROTHERIHAM'S SILVER LEVERS (ggaranteed three years), from £5 10s. WALTIIAM SILVER WATCIIES (guaranteed two years), from £3. "DI.AMOND BANG...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, Ihan S'rnaU , VeoNooea, .Wholesale and Retail .B.,U ,, C 1,l E., :R., TI.©I oldt nstehablisoed dutchi?el e in S A-i ~rS of BIES'T QUALITY . , Al ? ay on hand. . slnal Goods of every desoription. . .IDES and SKINS P'UCI I ISED-.:: 4a?,lbu 1,y,). anzd ?o?ongal Coach Factory.: , )... . ED ,I.l.. OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, "PEGS to annonnce that he'is prepdred to MANUFAOTURE. :EVEIRY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE ,.:.;,Both at Albury.and Wodoonga. Ropairo neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly.moderate."' FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH,. IHIGH STREET, .WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he has openel a Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately nsed as Tin SeNTINEL, Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order., Baths I Baths! Batls! Every description of TINWARE made to ,order, and keptin stock; in :;k '. - Orders by post punctually attended to..: M USIC I MUSIC I I MUSIC II Professor L. Iverson (Of theo? ienna Conservatoire of Music), "Visits t ODONGA on...

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THE YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

THE YACKANDANIDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Smn,-In a recent issue of your journal a letter signed "Argus" appeared con. suring Coiuncillor Quirk for continuing to hold his seat as a councillor of the Shire of Yackandandah, after having deserted the riding ho represented and taken up his abode in the neighboring colony. In common with a numnber of other ratopayers I quite agree with the writer of the letter in question that Councillor Quirk is only a "dumnny " at the council table. If he lhad the spark of a gentleman in him, I maintain that the very day lie crossed the border, he would have tendered his re signation and then, if he wished to retain his seat, he could have allowed himself to be nominated again, so that tihe rate payers would have an opportunity of either accepting or rejecting his services. Had lie pursued this very reasonable course and been returned, there would have been then no just cause for animadversion. That he has already grossly neglecte...

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ALBURY HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

"' ALJURY lO1RSB SALE. Mcssra Clhas. L. Grillith and'Co, re port holding their periodical Grand Special Horse Sale on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 20th, 21st, and 22nd January, when they yarded 650 horses, a very large proportion of which comprised well-bred horses of a high stamp, suitable for India and town purposes; a con sidorablo number of light and medium draughts, delivery sorts etc (very few heavy draughts yarded); the balance of the supply consisted of light, weedy, and out-of-conditioned sorts. The attendlance of buyers was very largo, including a great many lndian shippers and buyers from Gippsland, Melbourne, and the Western District of Victoria. The sale all through was highly successful, the bulk of the horses yarded being sold. We quote-Indian horses LI5 toL30, extra quality considerably higher; light draughts, L15 to L20; medium to heavy, L20 to L28. We sold drafts for Messra F. \V. Hume, John lore, jun., W. R. Ryan, 1'. Keonan, T. and J. J. Keighran, John Roberts...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

. OI?0UI-CUI OF EYGLAND. A mooting of the congregation of St Luko's Church was held on Wednesday evening for thile purpose electing a board of guardians for thie present year. The chair was taken by the incumbout, the Rev. A. J. Druwett. Aftur an introduc tory address by the chairnan,in which the businest of the mneeting was explained, the treasurer, Mr Peter 3M'Lean, was called upon to read the financial state ment. He showed the funds to be in a highly satisfactory condition, the total receipts for the year ,from all sources being double that of the preceding year. Upwards of £500 had passed through the treasurer's hands during the year. The report showed a credit balance of £11 12s 4d. Mr Jns. Syder, the lato secretary, was then called upon to address the meet ing. He remarked that, as the spokesman of the retiring board, he wished to say a received. A great deal had beeon said by the rov. chairman about what the board few words expressive of their appreciation of the way in whic...

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BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

BETtANGA BRANCH A.M.A. The general half-yearly meeting was held on Tuesday, the 18th inst. There were present-Messrs Pearce, Rule, Butters, Roberts, Cornish, Thomas, Nankervis, W. Dower, and the secre tary and the treasurer. In the ab senoe of the president, Mr Peter Wright, M.L.A. (who sent a telegram), Mr A. D. Giroud was voted to the chair. A letter was read from Mr J. Colbert, regretting his inability to at tend. TheSecretaryfor Mines requested partioujars concerning branch. The following report and balance-sheet was read and adopted: " We have much pleasure in being able to report that during the last half-year there has been a decided increase in the number of your members. There is now recorded on your books 121 names, 102 of which are financial-a number never before attained since the formation of the branch-but, unfortunately, owing to the number of accidents, although not all of a serious nature, they have been that * numerous that they have booeen a heavy strain, and have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

A Chance for the WorkingFOlasses of Victoria, and all who wish to Save or Make Morey. IMPORTANT NOTICE. SLAVERTON TIlE New and Model Suburb o r Melbourne. ALLOTMENTS,. £10' AND £1h EAOtH. 5s per Lot'Deposit. Balance, .5s perý Lot per' Month,' .c.with Interest at 0 per cent., Free':Deedsi to lluycrs of 5 lots, andl 'nu eleventh hit given in to buyers `of 10 lots, as well as Free D'codes. 'Cost of Deeds to Buyers of any.nmnber of lots less than 5, only £2 10s iii full. : Title,.Crown Certificate; the .best in the world atil the only title beyond all dispute. As Lknd at Laverton is nisIso IN VLvUE overy day, the vendors seo that consequently the paymentsare sutro to be kept up, and that they run no" risk" it' giving the very easiest trms 'which can possibly be desired. They hawe therefore decided 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 £15 and ...

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

COMMERCIAL. -4--t- --...WODONGA. The. following are the latest quota tions': Flour, £12 10s per ton Wheat, 5s per bushel White oats, 4s per bushel Brown oats, 3s 3d per bushel Cape barley, 3s Gd per bushel English barley, 4s per bushel Bran, is per bushel Pollard, is per bushel Chaffl £5 per toil Hay, £L 10s per ton Potatoes (Warrleambool), £5 per ton Peas, 4s 3d per bushel Maize, 4s per bushel Barley, 3d per lb. Butter (fresh), 10d per lb Eggs, 10d per dozen Butter (potted), 9ld per lb

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! —MILTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

EIobrngg a& ^toxlig *cu~tinc.I. Awake I Arise I Or be for ever fallen I -MILTOS. FRID)AY, JANUABY 28, 1887. "'Tis true, 'tis pity; and pity 'tis 'tis true," that many of the iphabitants of this imperfect world have a grievance. The man with a grievance has almost passed into a proverb. Some persons, however, unfortunately for those who suffer from undoubted injustice, are prone to air troubles the ridiculous nature of which would have sufficed to bring into action the risible muscles of oyen an impassive Stoic of ancient Rome, But we have no intention of inflicting upon our readers recitals of the sorrows of this class of social nuisances; for are they not written in the columns of many a journal,, over imposing noms do plumel But we have amongst us, scattered throughout the length and breadth of the land, in city, town, hamlet, and lonely bush, a class of people who have a real and galling.' grievance-nay, several such grievances. We allude to the State sclool teachers. To ...

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SAD CASE OF DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

SAD CASE OF DROWNING. A young man named Thomas Walsh was drowned in the Mitta Mitta at Carmody's crossing, about five miles from, Granite Flat, on Friday afternoon, the 21st instant. The deceased, together with, D. Carmody, E. Murphy, and his brother, were driving a mob of cattle across the river, when one of them broke away, and got into the river about 300 yards below the crossing, where the river is very deep. The deceased swain his horse in after the beast, when he lost his seat and the horse swam out, and left him struggling in the river. He then called out he was drowning, and Msurphy swam his horse in to his assistance. The drowning man clutched Murphy by the arm and the weight of both sank the horse. Murphy them struggled to free himself from the drowning man, and, had his shirt sleeve not given way, he too, would have been a victim. Murphy now swam to the bank, after seeing the horse rise again, with deceased on its back. Deceased grabbed at the reins and fell on the horse'...

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TALLANGATTA LICFNSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, 26TH JANUARY. (Before Messrs Foster, M'Cormick and Cooper, Licensing Magistrates.) SPECIAL CERTIFICATE OF TRANSFER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 January 1887

TALLANGATTA LICENSING     COURT. WEDNESDAY, 26TH JANUARY     (Before Messrs Foster, M'Cormick and Cooper, Licensing Magistrates. SPECIAL CERTIFICATE OF TRANSFER. W. Carkeek applied for a special certi- ficate of transfer for Carkeek's Hotel. The facts of the case are well-known, and were given at the last sitting of the court. Mr Wilkinson, of Albury, appeared for the applicant, and proved the desertion of the licensee, Mrs Fitzgerald. There being no objection by the police the application was granted. TRANSFERS.   Central Hotel, Bethanga-John Foard. to S. Moore.-Granted. Wabba Hotel-P. White to Henry Fenby.-Struck out on account of insuffi- cient notice. J. Birch to Owen O'Donnell.-Struck out. ROADSIDE LICENSE. Owen O'Donnell applied for a roadside license for the Digger's Rest Hotel, Zulu Creek.-Adjourned until the March sit- ting of the Court.   WINE AND SPIRRIT MERCHANT's LICENSE. S. G. Watson applied ...

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