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MORE BUNGLING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

MORE BUNGLING. TO THE EDITOR OF TUE SENTIB'EL. SIR,-Is it true that our shire secre* taryt hus not advertised thu usual notice, according to the Local Goverlnment Act, of making a rate ? If such be the case, the present atoe must be illegal, as, according to the 261st section, the notice should lhave been advertised in your paper, and, if this notice did appear, I, for one, did not see it. It is a pity we .have not more Drapers in the council. Yours, &c., RATEP.LYER.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"SITTING AT HIS FEET." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

"SITTING AT BIlS FEET." TO TUE EDITOR OF TIHE SExNINEL. Sln,-Will you Iermit ime to explain, .for theo bhneit of your correspondent "Upper Murray" and the rest of the uninformed, thle metaphor "Sitting at his feet," used by thowter. A. J. Druwett. "' Upper Murray.": states in .is last letter that the words "Sitting at his feet" do not occur in IL. Kings. ii, 3,- or in the other passages referred to by Mr Bate. MIr Bate did not ay tht ay' thel actual words were to e foeund in thIlse Iu anges, but simply tlhat if " Ulipper M3u ray " studied them, he woul discover the meaning of the mutaphlir iused by Mr Drowett. " Upper Murrayv" makes a mistake if he tihiilks tliat aniiyote can learn him. An inlstructor may teach a pupil, but' he can ncurer lcar himi. .lie must learn for hiimself. In II. Kings, ii, 3, iwe have the sonls of the prophets saying to Elishla-" Knowest thou that the Lord will take asway thy. master from thy head to-day." Thy other passages referred to by Mr Bate are: .. Luk...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

AL1IURY MARKET. Clhs. L. Grifiltlit&O? rportholdingthoir usual fortnightly market at their Albury yards on Wednesday last when there was a first-class attendance of buyers, prices on the whole being good for all classes of stock. Oattlo--OCOy.rded, over a quarter of which consisted of inferior to mediim beef. Nothing good yarded. Remainder etores, includinl' a larger proportion 'chll usual of grown ullocks. Best pens cow: sold sold to £9 Sso Best bullocks to £7 17s lid. Store bullocks to £0, one lbt averaging £5i 17s. Store cows to £4 7i. Young cattle at full rates. We sold drafts for Chas. Weekes, R. Langford, JohnIi 'orgdson, Boland Bros, Cary Bros, Thomas Proctor, D. Lavis, A. Here, julr, OMrs Chrisp, Franlcis- Corrigan, Michaeol Fahey, T. W. Norman, James Crawford. Adolph Ruff and other stock owners. Shoop-5500 yarded about a quarter of which colsisted of useful mutton, the re maindor stores. Best lot of fat wothers in averaged 4s Od, fat owes 5s to Ois d, ex.tra weight ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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EXAMINATION OF LUGGAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

EXAMINATION 'OF LUGGAGE. It was thouight sonic months ago by the ' powOrs that be " that if the Customs oxamination of luggage was-only trans: forred from Wodonga, all would be right; so, after going to the expense of providing every reasonable facility here for the purpose, it was decided that the inspec tion should take place either at Albury or Melbourno. By the following extinct from-the Argus, it will be seen that the now systom does not work satisfactorily: "The complaints which hrivo been made as to tlheimanner in which the Customs iflicors at Spencer street statioin handle the luggage of,paasseongers by the. Sydney express trains, have' oee laid beforo the Conmmissiolior of Trade .and .Customs. Mr \Valkor holds that, in view of the prealenceo of ismuggling, .a ':thlrough. seanreliof all luggage must bo iusisted. on, and should' the 'ofligois porformi their dutiesperfunctorily no protection would be ilrorded' to this revenue. In view of thle' faict thategoods, uclh as jowelle...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE GRANYA AGONY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

"f'llE GRANYA AIOINY. iiTO .rit ei ITOn o TaIs :NTINIL. Sfin,-It .a vIr'ey hald sate of atltirLR bwhen pr.?sms gJut iulliig with Ipublic iiiattier. It suueems tl inuu that the key noute f the Iwhole tling is that hltile Iparsigrnph put in theU piplr siIno time I.-' by your (nitnyn correspuiul.ekt. iiThereo is IIo ind ut.r ue to quute it, at, 1 'think thu plbli, Iknow prItty uiwell shat I mn alndliutin t.., If the w Is imputuedI tu Mr Sp.:irrow did nut com froin thu young intini ihimsilf-iml the Rue. A. J, birawutt is quite smllu they did int--I will uiliit that the mru. gutl'umanit i i in the right, prviildli hue can ulbsutantiato hs assrtinii. On thu it t hiad, if they did cumu frutml the yu I t matt--ts I tilly hbuliuvu thy did, tu. ..lhaust I cii igthelu-aild if the reu. gentle nailn nIi take the truihlu ti got runiii, anil just dhii a "little visitillng about GlUtrnya; al Un quire, hI wu lll Illlt go il liar hutre hiu wuill find silti all hult it.. It stlul be iihniittud t hat p...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

Til' Postal ])upnrtmont wishes it to ho uot.iied that messages ihaued in to anv tolegraph station wiil,:lon ptyrment of thli proper feu; bo doli'vered to any part of the district served by that station. By the adoption of this systoea, time pblio will be ablo to utilise the teolgraph messoae: gurs to delivor messages at places nIear tlhe partiiculr - ofllcos at which they are omapl 3'yo,: iwithout haing tllht cumplled to tra:imtit a m'massag from auuthloar wit. tion tp it.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

During the last few days wheat has fallen in price a penny, and is now quoted locally at. se 3d. No explanation selems to ho made for the downward tendency of the market, which has yet plenty of time to improve. The Mercury beliores that a prominent feature adopted by the Gippseland Pro. specting Board is the sending out of ex. periotnced prospectors into hitherto un. tried country. It would no doubt be oa gonod thing if other bbards adopted a nimilar cuurso.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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LAND NOTICES. AGRICULTURAL AND GRAZING LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

Til NA/) NIOTIOCS. 5 AamOUTLTURAL, A.ND GRAZINO LA1NDS. C .GtlldOwring--850ii, folrmerly allotuieult: 133; amd 800a, formerly, allotment 38a,. lhas boon takon from tlio area of grazing tlauds andl adldod to tlo aron of auriferous' laids. LEisFs APPROVED. JohnI ITitntor, 4IL1a' l Up, Tintaldmra Got: S: MMlas, 38at 3r 33p, Wodonga William Jfll''rs, 2ln 2r 7i),. Byawatha Stoplhon Waii,; 78a Or 281, Norong : . Einanuol Bauich,. t)Uit. r 17, .:Birami; bogio Stoelao latll aii,,189 r 38p, Lilliput? : . Eidward Kully,1. :10 2r (ip, TI'tounga Andrew Kelly; 317a 3r 8jp, ',ttlong , G'co. Smnmocr,.310)a3r 8), Banitnduda . MaryI'W. Poters; (fiormorly Cross), 53a ,0r .i, Noorougo(ag' Soymour Smith, 48i 2Or 1D4p,,Dodcratig Samuuolina'Lbbaii; 3(ai'01'17, Talgarno, Samuinlina Lobbaii,. 103l. Ir 7p,: Tal .garno, Jliines Dranlr, 4(n:3i 5ip, Wbdonga SHlenry Nhitt, 245a 2r 2ji, Nourog Edward Langloy, 42a,2r 24p, Kergun yah' tJmes OtFarrell, 40a 3r 33Jf;.Nbron- gonig , Gi OilTS AtPRtOVEli.' 'Hoinrichi Si...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

COMiIIERUIAL. WODONGA. The following are the latest quota tions: Flour, £12 per ton Wheat, Ss 3d per bushel White oats, 3s Od per.bushol Brown oats, 2s 3d per bushel Cape barley, 3s Gd per bushel English barley, 3s ld per bushel Bran, Is per bushel Pollard, sla per bushel Chaff, £3 10s per tonl Hay, £5 per tonl ) Potatoes (Warrnanibool), £4 per tonl: Peas, 4s per bushel Maize, 3s Ud per bushel I Barley, 3d per lb. llutter (fresh), 10d per lb Eggs, 10d per dozen Butter (pdtted), Od per lb

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

TO TUE EDITOR OF THE SEN.TINEL. Snr,-In your issue of lnst week ap peared a letter signed "J. Jackson," cul plainiug of the cemotery fence being broken and of the long gntss being a nuisance to himi while taking photos. of tombstones. I am very sorry, Sir, tliat .this gontleoanl should be put to such inlconuvnienle, and now that hle lhas found out tile state of the cemetery genorilly speaking, new brooms sweep clean-ho mnay give the trustees a hand to cut tho long ggrass, for it maly be of some use to him in the wiltaer to fooeed his cattle, as I understand he has commenced cattle dealing. The trustees are well aware of the Ilong gnrss, &c., but, niot having any funlds, the trustees are unable to mitigate the evil. It is the duty of the friendus of tloeo interred to interest thomselves, altl help to keep the cemetory cleatr, and, noew that they have got a champion for their cause, they will, I trust; take the hint. As for Mr .IJakson 's assertion that the fence is broken, th...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

GRAVNYA. (PROMM OUR. OWV CItiLRESPOIDExNT) The half;yearly mooting of the GOranya brnnoh 'A.M.A., was held at Riolly's hotel,. on 24th utlt-; A faiii" tumllbor of inemberse were present. No lusiness of great irii portance was' brought fo.rward, and the repiorts tendid to show tliat the branch. was in a prosperoits- state, ts no'serioua * tecidoet had occurred during the half-year and the balance inl'halnd was tlhe largest since the fortiaLition of the branch-viz., £33i 7.. The election of oflicers for thu ensuing six months resulted tts follows: President, iMr J. Piulhuear; vice'president,. ilr Jhn Jones; auditors, ifessr Hlarper and Rousseau, MlessrsLegge andCaulpbell, ,were unanimtously re-clected as treasurer, and secretary respectively. Stewards wereo ppoineted asfollowes:-slessrs Harris, Bohtlu and Rousseau. ?oessr? Christie, DOwns, lHarper, Jenkins, and HMiro were elected a commtlllttee. Energetic stops: are being takent to establishen public library hers. Trlustees Gof the ol...

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THE WODONGA CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

THE WVODONGA CEMETERY. TO THE ED)ITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Stu,-I desire to draw your atteutins still to the disgraceful condition of the Wedonga Cemetery. I am sure that our uuidertaker's statement of the condition of the cemetery is quite true, and it is good that we have some person in Wodongs to remind the trustees, and the careless sexton, that tile cemetery should be kept in perfect order, so as to prevent Ire anid harbor of vermiun.--Your, &c., S. SMuTH.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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HONESTY REWARDED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

1HONESTY ? IE\ ARDED: TOTIIE EODITOROF TIIE SENuc'INEL. Sin,-A short thou ato, at a gully not:. quite 100 jmiles fron.m Tallingatta, a very young gontloutan, whosU head had; ovi doently not hau1 acciuste2Iud to colonial swipes; and whose energies, wroe oxer cisuet in the ititorcuts of colonmial bank, lest his equtilibriumn, his. horse, bridle, saddlo, and'valise, tho latter contaning a sum of money to thu amount of £ti00. A young mant engagedl at bush work in the vicinity of the ll"spill " went in parsuit, and found the goldsn-ldulen noddy. Thul young banker rowarded his ihoncesty by handing hint ho nlllictilnt sumn of eilAt shilliaotj lo si:opencea! After this I should strongly adviso very young bank:elorks who may he entrusted" with their employers' money nover to geot tighll nd' lIso their hoeads or their horses, for if they do a roward of 8s Od will have diflerunt results.-Yours, &c., Con 'Wan. J.Trvis' Crook, Tallanigatta, 31st Jan.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

JOHN G:. WIGG, H1iunt STIu;r, O'loo.r0, , .'iS holo alb ril Retall ': WAU T C II . TI o liLat eotoblishel Lotihy yIn M A IS of EST : QUALITY Always on IlnH:'.'." :. 01 lowdals of everly dloRiptlon. ' Albury and W-odonga Coacl Faot?tory." . OF :ALBUI:TY AND '3VODONGA, -,S to can ue . that I is"pro?itrc( to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Iloth at Altiry and Wodonga. lisepira neatly executed. .All work gultranltced. Charges striotly moderate. FRIDOLF. JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH," HIIGH STREET, WODONGA, B EQS to announco that he loas opened a A Tinsmlith's Shop in the premises lately used os T0'. SESTlear Oiffice. TANKS! 'TANKS! TANKS ! All si.es m1l(e to order.,. Baths ! Baths I Baths ! EIvery description of TINWARIE made to order, and0( kept In stock. Orders by post pulnctallyattended to. USI I MUSIC!! MUSIC !! Professor L. .Iverson (Of the. ictina Conservatoir. of Music), Visits V1ODONGA 00t WOednesdays and Saturdays. Addret-Allcn's Terminlus Hotel. ".Live, and Let...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

A Chance for the Working Classes of Victoria, and all who wish to Save or Make Money. IMPORTANT NOTICE. LAVERTON New and Model Suburb of Melboburne. AlLLOTIMENIS, £10 ANDI) £15 EA011. 5s per Lot Deposit. Balance, 5e per Lot per Month, with Interest at 6per cent. Frco e)ccl, to. Buyers of 3 lots, andl n eleventh lot given in toelyors of 10 lout, is well ns Frec Deeds. Cost of Deelds to lil yers of anly lnumber of lots less than 5i, only £2 10s il full. Title; Crown Certificate,; the est in the world and the only title beyond all disputo. As Land at Laverton is minisn IN NvLIE every day, the voendors sec that consequently thie payments are osue to lie kept up, anld that they run no risk in givlg thle vely easiest terms which cani possibly le desirel. They have therefore decided to offer tcrls whllich 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 Ie raised to £15 and £20 each, selecti...

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THE WODONGA LAGOON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

THE. \ ODON(tG LAGOON. TO TIlE EDITOR OF TIIE SENTINEL. Sit,-The lato: dinowuing case at thoe Lagioun baths has idrawn public attention to it state of"afliriis which seems at first - sight to bo incredible. '.It is an outingo itn ill deconcy to placeo ucovered bathsawithitn a'fow yardlrof a public streot and within easy vioewof'womeun and chliidrell. Then aganir tile pilers are a cnsltalllnt tIoeaco to life msl litb,.and thlilandillg end of tho southern pier is il I attintsdisgating latto. The shower bath lioso floor is covered with .lialln,.oing to defects in its floor, which should be madie f 2 inch latlons, placed r' inch ipart, so nti to allow the twater to run away freely, and the dressing • shdas :ire in a very unsttntisfactory coln dition. '.Thereo is no ltritne or other sani tary' convoiuence, the result being thtat Iho froquuctora of thie haitlirt driv e to con- Iltit Iltlisance 8lwhich ll u soustanding mtnlsco to publio lioultlh:. WVith regard to -woecls, by whilch thi unO...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

' :-TOl UNG SITIRE COUNCIL: -4~--- Tihe ordinary ' monthly meeting of the Towong Shiro Council was hold on Tuesday in the shiro liall. Present--Ors 'Dobinson (president), Carkeok, Dyring, Robinson, Larson, Scarlott, and Paton. 'MINUTES. Thei minutes, of the prvious moeeting were road and eonfirmed.. CORRESPONEI)NOCE. From the Shire of- Mlslffii, urging the desirability of it bill beling passed throdgh parliamenit having for its object the ox tormination of sparrows.-Recoivrod. From A. W. Ross, re an exchange of roads in 1872 between the shire and Mr S. G. Watson, VWalwa, roquhsting to know what the council had done--since the 4th May, 1883, the daito of the councils' last letter-to completo the oxchango,in order that if satisfactory to both sides the writoi might see it?.promptly carried through under the Local Govormnont Act.-To beo written to asking by what authority 'he wrote to the council. From the Secretary for. MIines and Water Supply, informing the council that applications ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

JLARGL ASSOITMEaNT JUST TO hAND - OF FANCY GOODS. FANCY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, SUITABLE FOR BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING PRESENTS "":;:; - PLAIN AND FANCY Ofrevery Description for Sale. JOB PRINTING Executed in the Best Style at the Shortest Notice in Gold, or Colors.. BOOKBINDING Best Quality and at Lowest Rates 7- .1: SAT THE: SENTI7NEL OFFICE WO CJIO G-A DEAN STREET, ALBURY (BETWEEN BANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND "BORDER POST" OFFICE,) ESTABLTSHED 1870, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, & OPTICIAN, ISHES 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-lROTHERIAM'S SILVER LEVERS (guaranteed three Ayears), from £5 10s. WALTIAM SILVER WATCHES (guaranteed two years), from £3. DIAMOND BANGLES, ARROW BROOCTIES...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

0Aobonllt .& 0o1>ong fn1htin . Awake I Arise ! Ob be for over fallen ! --MILTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1887. The aceeptance cf tenders for the firs section' of'the Talfangatta line has brough forth signs of activity. Mr Geo. Allen, o thoTerminius hotel, has determined to itdd to the already large accoimmodation at his hostery by erecting a number .of rooms on the vacant block of land between his hotel and the Bank of Victoria. Thei work has been entrusted to Mr J. Jackson, and the rooats are to lie completed within a month: Speaking of .nimprovements, our old friend Mrs Cottreoll, of the Border hotel, has had her promises tlhorougfily' renovated from the floor to the ceiling, and the hotel presents agreatly improved appearance. Somen few months back the Ronman Catholic Church at Pettiford's Hill was blown down in a violent storm, and the parishioners are now taking steps towards its re-erection. A good round suin has been subscribed already. • A meeting of the inhabitants o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 February 1887

GI ranya Gold Mining Company, No Liability, Granya. TI7ENDERS will be received by the S undersigned until SATURDAY,'the 12th FEBRUARY, 1887, for SUPPLYING the Granya' Gold Mining Comupany with FIREWOOD for a period of twelve months. Specifications can be seen' at the conm pany's olilce, Granya. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. IIARTRICK, Mining Manager. Wesleyan Church, Wodonga. A BAZAAR W ILL be held in connection with the above church on THURSDAY, 24th FEBRUARY, in ADAMS' NEl BRICK BUILDINGS, Sydney street. Refreshments Provided. W\ill donors oblige by sending their gifts? l . DAVIS, lHon. Secretary, Amalganiated Miners' Associa tion of Australasia, BETHANGA BRANCH, No. 23. TIlE SECOND ANNIVERSARY " Of the abovo VWILL lie IHELD INi B E T II A.NG A. PARK ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY (Thursday, 17th March). Over £40 will be given in prizes. ' Nominations for the £12 Handicap, open to all comers, and the Association Grand lHandicap, of£0. open to all members of the A.M.A...

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