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

Thebest medicine known is SAsNDEoL atd Soss' EuocA.LY'r EIxTrrcr. Test its eminent, powerful effects in coughs, colds, influenen s the relief is instantaneous. In serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns,'sealdings, bruises, sprains, It is the safest remcdy-noswelling- -noinfltunlation Likosurprising effects prodcced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of thi lungs, swelling &c.; diarrhma, dysentery, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. In ueo a hospitals and medical clinies all over the globe; patronilsd by Ills Majesty the King of Italy: crowned with medal and diploma at International Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in thisapproved article, and reject all others. W. ANTED, ia BOY, to work in garden. C. U. S. Gordon, Torrancoville, Wodonga. W ANTED), immediately, a competent STO1IEMAN; also, a good COOK, male or female. Apply T. I. Edwards, Wodonga. WIRE FENCING. TENDERS called for erecting at Berringama between ten and thirteen &a...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

F1OR SALE, clheap, secondhand British S Mail BICYCLE, 52 inch, in good order. Apply Tue SsnTI.EL Office. To Fencers. TENDERS are inolted by the under. I. signed till five em. Saturday, 19th March. 1817, for ERECTING POST, RAIL, and WIRE FENCE, about thremequarters of it mile, near Wodonet. Specifications to be seen at our offices, Allury natd Wododna. GORDON mad GORDON. Architects and Surveyors, Temple Court, Alitbury. TENDERS. WODONGA ATHENiEUM. PliENDERS are invited for th6 supply of .i. SIX CORDS of FIREWOODl, length 2 feet, billet wood. Red Gum and Box mixed, half dry and half green. Tenders to Ibo addressed to Secretory \Wotlonga Athemeumt before 22nd Instant. C. II. GOSLETT, Hon. Secretary. NOTICE. Cheap Bread fori Wodonga. O N and after this dlate, I shall SELL BREAD) at ldl per 41h loaf. PATRICK O'CONNOR. Wodonga, Ilth March, 1887 TItE friends of Mr WILLIAM DEVINE; of W'odonga Flat, are r respectfully in vited to follow the remains of his late WIFE to the Wodonga Cemetery. T...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE MINERS' ASSOCIATION SPORTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

THE MINERS' ASSOCIATION SPORTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTIwrE.: Smn,-Tho second anniversary of the Bethanga Branch A.M.A. is drawing near, and it is hoped that one and all connected with it will work unanimnously to make it a decided success; for not only as all otflcer of the branch do I feel anxious for its welfare, but being an old member I have been in a position to learn its bene fits and nobleness of aim, and not, as many in ignorance have believed, to op pose capitalists and employers, but was formed purely to give the, breadwinner a a voice as becomes a fellow.heing, to maintain his rights. And how on earth men can keep aloof and hesitate in en rolling tlhemselves in such a manly organi. zation,which is not only beneficial to them, but to the conmunity at large, is beyond my comprehension. They may gain ap preciation from a certain few, but, in my opinion, even that is doubtful. But to return to the matter in hand. The gather ing on our anniversary is, as I take it, not alto...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

GUNDOIIRING. (FROSM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) This summer has undoubtedly been a wonderful season. I fancy even the prover. blal " oldest Inhabitant" will have difliculty in recollecting a much better one-as far as this district is concerned, at all events, if not as regards the colonies as a whole. At no thne has the grass in this locality been thoroughly withered, or anything like it; and the last two bouts of warm rain will en. sure a fine supply of feed for winter. The weeds, too, are not "backward in coming forward;" and a glance at most gardens will show these curses to gardens are showing more than ever a zeal worthy of a better cause. "It's an ill wind that blows nobody good," is an esteemed and true old saying; but It may be said with equal truth, "It's a good wind that blows nobody harm." The latter might well be used in connection with the late rains, which, while promoting growth magnificently, have helped to ruin the few remaining chances of a yield from tobacco. stopped ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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RATHER PRESUMPTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

"RATHER PRESUMPTIFE. A correspondent writes:-The attached documenti has been largely signed, and presented to in aspiringyoung gentleman not 100 miles from Mitta Mittsa, who, it is said, has got up a requisition on his own behalf to have himself made a J.P. As his modesty might prompt him to sup press this tribute to his merits, a few local residents take the liberty of forwarding it to you, trusting that you will see your way to do the aspirant justice:- "Honored Sir,-It having come to our knowledge that your soul is tired with the noble ambition of becoming one of her Majesty's justices of the peace, so as tobeanlo to place the mysticletters" J.P." after your name, that you may strike terror into the hearts of all evil.doers, especially thrs benighled and always to be abominated ones who dare to del with a rival storekeeper, we, the under signed residents, who have for years languished under the infliction of police surveillanceandtheinjusticeof magistrate who have been insensible...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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SHORTWEIGHT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

iHORTIVEIG1IT. TO Tile EDIITORI OF Till[ ,ENTINEL. Stu,-Can you tell meo whether there is an hispector for weights and measures inl Wodonga? If not one is sadly wanted, erincially in regard to bread. A month ago I (ook to weighing my bread, and up to the present have not ih?d one full weight loaf, In some instances six olnces hin two pound loaf short.-Yours, &e,, E.QUIIIltt,

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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LAND NOTICES. GRANTS APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

LANTD' N02'ICE& GIANTR APPROVE!). Pbtor A. Tonnor, Wodonga, la Jr 27p' Ihinres Tonnor, Woulonga, 10a Jr 31p GRAZING AO)MAH AVAILAIILE.. 050hi Thologolong; DOOn, IEvorton;" 040x, Tintoidra; DO0t, 'Ii'hogln; 500a, Towongo nd' Cbdgo"ap2iOn, Yaclinckandidnlo. LIAOIJO Ai'noovrv. \rary'ThomnlnlueN.lIalio, Yuokandandnlii 10 h Or 28pr Allorns; Wal'wa,. 'C4a 3r 1op moacph lJIItotl Iti hha;. 121a Or 20p Heanry do M\lzudl, Botrnuawartha North, 177n 3 21D..

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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CRICKET AT GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

OCRICKET T AT GRAYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). For the last two Saturdays we have been looking forward to a match with Tallangatta, but have been disappointed, the weather being unfavorable in the first instance and bad manageoment ill the second. Great regret was expressed when no team put in an appearance on Saturday, as our locals were fairly strong, and, with the assistance of Mir Blackham, the veteran wicketkeoper, and the Messrs Sutherland, we fully intended to give our neighbors a warm reception. The chance of beating such a team as ours was on Saturday ought to have induced the Tallangatta boys to put in an appearance, for it is not likely that they will again have the chance of playing a Granya team, plus Messrs Blackham and Sutherland. However, a scratch match was played, and proved to be very en joyablo. The " prince of wicketkopors" was in fine form with the ball, and fairly astonished the rustics with his wicket keeping. J. Sutherland's bowling was also first-class....

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 9th MARCH. (Before Mr W. H. Foster, P.M., and Mr H. Street, J.P.) DRUNKS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

L WODONGA POLICE. CO 00 T. W?'EDNESDAY, 9th1 MAAR0. (Before Mr W. H; Foster, P.M1: ,and Mfr H, Street, J.P.) IIDRUNKS.. SJliln Barr was-liarged'with beiilg diunlk and disorderly, and was, discharged, with a caution. William Cleeland was similarly charged; and was also let off. FORGERY AND UTERIENO. Ellen Austinl in.custody, was charged withuttering a chequoon. the 2nd inst. Senior-constable Arthur prosecuted: DMr Zihlcke appeared for the defence. IMr Thoroldi. who, defended the girl Robinson, charged with forgery, asked that his client be dichllarged or that both prisonors be tried togethler He character sed the present proceedingseas an attempt Ito make evidenceagainsbtho girl Robinson. It was-tlien decided that both prisoners bhe tried together, under the Police OffoncosStatute. Emily Robiston, on bail, answered to the charge of forgery. William Christie M'Fhrliane deposed he was a commission agent. at Wodonga. Kept anaccount iat the Bank of Victoria. He was in tllhe habit of keep...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

Durinr the Into 20 years Edward Paysnn Weston has walked, professionally, 94,000 miles. A London physician who examined him recently pronounced him to be the healthiest man ho had over soon,

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

A'UICTIONV SALES.. MIbsrs Ryan and Ifammond,of Melliourne, report'having held a very successful' sal at Corryong on Tuesday and Wednesdy aInst,. when they sold; oar accomlt of MrrJohn' Jardini, hli I;arriston property, consisting" of 803a 2r 17p of frechold land, with all in. provementsa thereon, at £5 per acre. Theo purcliaser wasMr1lughI Harris. T'liehlole ofttie stbck', farmiing inplements, furniture, &e:,.wam alIo disposed.of at highly satisfac tory prices.. Oh account of Mr E. Tliomas, his property on the main Cudgewa roadj.con sisting of' 10 acres of frceliold landi at £4 per acre. Mr John Nankervis was tlio pur. chaser. On account of Mr John R. M'Cully, the whole. of his stock and sundries, and slntdry holmes on account of Mossrs Parry, Oerecke, Scanuell. Ross, Wappitt, SIther land,.and others. ihere was a large attend ance of luyers, and everything passed off very satisfactorily. Mlesrs I)sougharty,. Son,. and Parker re. port having held their usual fortnightly oalb ...

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TO THE MEMBERS BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. (PER FAVOR OF THE SENTINEL.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

TO THE M?E.JBERS BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. (Pns FAvoR or Tue SENTINEL.) From information just received, I am sorry to say that the lock-out at Kaitangata, New Zealand, still continues. The dispute was dealt with at a late meeting of the executive held at Creswick. The secretary was instructed to write to the directors of the company in reference to a deputation from the A.M.A., with a view to a settlement. From latest information, it appears that the mineis only worked by "blacklegs," of whom there are only fifty employed. They are not miners, and are receiving high wages, so evidently the mine is being worked to a dis advantage to best the unfortunate miner. One hundred men are locked-out, and £1000 has been sent over by the A.M.A. for their support, many of whom are in badl circum stances, having large families. Branches are urged tobe prompt in sending their levies, for they cannot hold out unless payments are made regularly. From the foregollg statement, it is quite evident that th...

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THE BARNAWARTHA WINE-GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

THE B4RNAWARTHA WINE. GROI WRS'S ASSOCIATION. : ir J. Bosisto, M.L.A., and Mr James Thomson, president and secretary rcspoc. :ively of the Victorian Commission of the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, visited bar nawartha on Saturday, and were received by the vinogrowers of the district. When the visitors arrived they were met at the railway station by a number of gentlemen, and they subsequently proceeded to the State school, where a numberof interesting objects col. lected by Mr Bosisto during his tour in the wine.growing districts of France and Spain were displayed, and their uses explained. Mats of esparto grass, boots used in treading out the grapes, and many other articles em ployed in the Continental vine yards, to. gether with soils from the principal sherry and claret producing districts, were ex. hibited. The samples of soils served to confirm the opinion of many present that in this country vines are grown on too goad soil, and are rendered too rich by one-half. Mr Bosisto ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

iYRIC I OF WALES' HAL L, WODONGA 'THURSDAIY EYENING, 17thi A1NACI0.; CRAND CONCERT, IN AIDl OF THE. WObONGA ATIIEN.EUM.. FIRST APPEARANCE OF' OUR BOYS" JUVENILE: MINSTREL. TROUPE, And a Host of New and Local Talent, broughlioutunder'thee Management of MIessrs.King and Chapman.. Violinists::: Messrs Lambourn, Mannsi. and' Williams. Cornets:. Messrs Truderwviid and Barber:. Piano:. Mr Chapman:. TALfBO :: W.. SYDER.. BONES:. T.. POWELL, S INTERLOCUTOR :: C..SCHLINIL. r ... ·" "°`'"tOG~:Rc.A.BE:M1MW'-:1?.?.: Ov oil .... . . ... . .. .... ORCHESTRA Osiurso: ao Cuotvs-" Ifapiy'are we T-nigh "' .... OUR'BOYS Sosa-.'Thlleru's u Light in the Window ... D. PEARSON Comul.So~b~a"Blow me up an Apple loTree ": ... ..... T:.POWELL Soo'--" Be'?"ied to-pay Mother' .... AL; CHAPMAN Soo-!Susan" :- ... .. E. STEVENS Soo Pond Lili..... " ..... KING 'Coim, Sbo-" The Gol lde Siord."' . ... .. ... W. SYDER So.No- "b lllemlber or Forg et" .,.. - ... .. E:. BAMBRICK THE FIRST'PART TO CONCLUDE: WITH "."TlE: F...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

Deaths. HELM. - At his residence, David street, Albury, N.S.W., on 5th March, Jacob   Joseph, second son of the late Philip Helm; aged thirty-five years. Deeply   regretted. PYKE. - On the 25th February, at Wodonga, Thomas Pyke, aged seventy-seven years; native of Devonshire, England. Home papers please copy.

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 8th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

TOwo0,N SHIRE COUNCIL. TIasDAY, 8tllh MIARH. Present-Ors A. Paton (in the chair), Dyring, Scarlett, Thompson, Larson, and Carkeek. From the Treasury, stating that as the amount of rates as reported by the Government auditor for the year 1885 was less than that included in the de clared return for the same peroid by £9 13s, it was necessary in computing the subsidy to make a corresponldig re duction. From the Lands Department, stating that the reservation of 17 acres required as an extension in Magorra Park for re creation purposes was duly gazetted on 28th ultimo.--Received. From H. B. Johnson, returning ofllicer School District 309, requesting to be fur nished with 10 copieo of rolls.-Complied with. Telegram fromCentral Board of Health, stating that a case of diphtheria was re ported near Tallangatta Valley school. Fromnt Constable Allwood, on the same subject, stating the child was taken to Yackandandall, but had been brought back, and thay every precaution wai- taken to isolate t...

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

THE. BRAG WELL PAPIERS.l '-4-- Indulging my natural taste for fecrretting literary untiquities and curiosities, I fell in with the subjoined verses as published in a copy of The Sentinel bearing thie remote dateoof 1887. There, must have booeen. some queer charaoters existing in that ancient time whoso literary eccentri cities were as peculiar as the subjectscon corning which; they wrote: It will' be remembered that some little tiine ago I discovered onme lines written about a certain. "'ED:,"' and it is evident that the same personage figuressas the chief subject of the following veores, but whether they are by the same author is a point which ora only be decidedby antiquarian experts. E.D." must have boeen a remarkable person:imnsou respects, thus to call forth dramatic Phrnnsian strains so deeply affecting. Hero is the pieco A' DOLEFUL LAMENT Of'the Wodonga Shire Council, On the civic demise'of RlD., Who departed fro,'oftlicial life, A.D., 1887. Piresilent B-b-ck:- Mourn, Brother...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

IiEGS tio luf.rm b.fr iends ald", te 4. I Ip?. lbl g U?lst,?ht ahe 'ha. h,=atedl the nn?",votiltil, wh'h hasi i wen 'tlatnonglily renovatedt and r?furnishedrl throughout, 1an1 is ntdic'b·fisatC U s ordeibar t'he l recenptiul of visitors. L y E d' hT$TTA· l.ADDOCK. JAMEi1S JA (KSON, :1'"? PEN'I Eli, JiINIIII, AND UNDE'I'TAKER, Sydney Stroet, Woidonga. Niet.d" TH S?.vivYEL Ot.le.. Sewing iltl hiies rultir'tl iin the F U .E R'A 'iLS lCinilsetell in "Tiwri a?id- Countrv. Hea1re 1nd -Maiurniig Coach. Chalrges ,;i trictly 1od deret;. . ' _t I "dETlS\i Irs-I RE sQUIRt1ED . .1.. l, ha lsoi cured all the appliances, - fof'rphotograliiy.' Portaits fLit:fth ly btaken 'in'·lkisas of Wceatheii." 'I NEW 'TOBACCONIST 1' 0 1) 0. N.G . A. JA-M-E S.J A-CKIS ON ]?NSi.i?,~ii?ieo;ti b:uisianl ii, Sydney street with ' NEW Ind CHIOICiE ASSORTMlENTr " Tobaccos,? . - C.a Pipes, ad Fancy Goods.. ' ? 'Note til Address- 'Oixt'Ti t5 s'rliE l Ollicot ;ei S DNEYM STLEET," \WODONGA.: orICETO )'VISITORS TO . ? OD- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

:JOHN G. WIGG, ;'.: o . : ' SrTlIET, W0oniOGA, 1 !; ,'Wholeale anid Retail b:i; U IT C H !E R.' Tl. .oldest-established Butchery in ,... .;io; i Wodonga. : 1, EATS ,;of BEST QUALITY .' Always on hand. - IDES and SKINS PURCHASED. Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. ..i... B• *" ". CX- .ELLIjI S, .. ;OPF ALBURYT AND WODONGA, ] EGS to announce that he is prepared to M':" ; .IANUFACTURE '; EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE : 'Both at Albury and Wodonga. : Repairs inatly executed. All work guaranteed. SCharges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, S,. PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH .1 STREET, WODONGA,. SEGS to announce that he has opened ai .1 iTinsnith's Shop in the premises lately S-used as TH? SENTINEL Office. STAN TA .TANKS! TANKS! S All sizes made to order. ;:;;Bathsi:! B ths I .Baths I Every description ofTINWARE mad to -'ýord'r, and kept in stock;, Orders by poet punctually attended to. M'USUSIC IMUSIC I.I MUSIC,!! Professor L. Iverson (Of tiio' ioinna (onsorvatoire of Muslo), ,:,Vsits X...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!—MILTON. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 March 1887

Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen ! MILTON. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1887.   The body of a married woman named Matilda Devine, who had been missing since Monday night, was discovered yes- terday morning by her husband in a lagoon near the old soap factory on the Wodonga Albury road. When found the body was face downwards, and the assumption is, that the unfortunate woman lost her way in the heavy rains and fell into the water. A magisterial enquiry was held yester- day, before Mr J. Bambrick, J.P., when a verdict of "Accidentally drowned" was recorded. It is our painful duty this week to re- cord the death of Mr Jacob J. Helm, of the firm of Helm Bros., wheelrights, &c., Sydney street, Wodonga. The deceased young man contracted typhoid about five weeks ago, but having regained his strenght, her returned to work rather pre- maturely, and in three days a relapse of his former illness, again prostrated him. He lingered on in indesc...

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