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GRANYA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 November 1885

GRANYA RIFLE CLUB:   Some twenty-two short Enfield rifles, without bayonets or shoulder straps, arrived on Friday night. They do not seem to give satisfaction, being old and comparatively useless--- in most instances the bullets slide down the barrel, sans the help of the ramrod. Saturday being frightfully wet, no proper firing practice   eventuated, and no score was accurately kept of the shooting of some half-dozen persistent members. On Monday an in-       cessant firing was kept up from " early morn till dewy eve," reminding one of   the concise Yankee epic---   Boy, Joy, Fun. Gun, Bust, Boy, Dust.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 30th OCTOBER. (Before Mr G. D. M'Cormack, P.M., and Mr W. L. Ferrier, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 November 1885

WODONGA POLICE COURT.     Friday, 30th October. (Before Mr G. D. M'Cormack, P.M., and   Mr. W. L. Ferrier, J.P.) Mrs.E. Wilks v. John Mildren, 15s.,   goods. Adjourned for fourteen days.     John Mildren v Mrs E. Wilks, 16s. 6d., goods. Adjourned for fourteen days.   T. H. Edwards v Anthony Fail, assault.   Fined 20s., with 5s. costs ; in default, seven days imprisonment.   Senior-constable Ellis v Charles Ughey, insulting behavio'ur. Struck out, as the summons disclosed no offence.   Same v James Judge, larceny. Prisoner   pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to two month's imprisonment in the Beechworth   gaol, with hard labor. OVERDRIVING. John Chanin, of Kiewa, was charged by Mounted-constable Jones with cruelty to animals in overdriving a horse on the 17th inst. Sub- Inspector Thomas prosecuted,   and Mr. Tuthill a...

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THE PROSPECTING VOTE TO FELL TIMBER CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 7 November 1885

THE PROSPECTING VOTE TO     FELL TIMBER CREEK..         An important preliminary meeting of   gentlemen was held at Allen's Terminus hotel on Monday evening, to consider the best means of securing the Government   grant promised by the Minister of Mines for prospecting Fell Timber Creek, near Wodonga . 'There was a very good at-   tendance, and amongst those present   were several old miners who had in the early days worked on the old Fell Timber diggings, besides many influential resi- dents. Mr Peter M'Lean, the convener   of the meeting,was voted to the chair. Mr. J. Ryan acted as secretary pro tem. The chairman, having briefly referred   to the results of the late deputation to the Minister of Mines on the subject, and stated the object of the meeting. Mr O'Connor, as one of the deputation- ists, reported the result of the re...

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THE CEMETERY TRUSTEES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

TIlE CEMETERY TRUSTEES, TO TII EP)ITOIL OY TIHE HYfTINIL, Sits,--l'Prrmiit 1110 to ouquiro whuther proper naocowta have boost kupt of tho mIUneyA obta~inUd by the cumuetery true, toue for gravus, and to oak whother the funds ore in the posaoseion of thu true. toes,--Youar, &o,, A. ' UNnERTAcI ,

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ST. LUKE'S SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

d2T. LULK L4'dUNDAY .0110l1OJ The flonral erfice in St Luke's Church on Sunday last resulted in a grand dis play. Every praise is diue to the ladies who undertook and[ carried out the flotra decaaratious, which rotlected'mauch credit upon their tastes in arr;anging some of the florid beauties of Nature. The ladies who took park in decorating the stcred editico were as follow:-Mrs R. Shekle ton, with her daughter, Miss Madeline; the Misses Shekleton (4), M'Koy, O. SSwan,. M. Whanmi H. Hewitt, and Begley, assisted by three young gentlemen. On one side of the building, they Ilad ar rianged, in letters of mock holly, the text, "Consider the lilies;" while on the other the words "We all do fade as a leaf " were to he seen. The fonmer inscription was chosen by Mr Shekleton as his text in the morning.'. Other texts were also to be seen on the walls, such as "' The earth is the Lord's anld the fulneiss thereof;" " God is love," " Watch and pray," &e. In the afternoon, instead of the...

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SPORTS AT CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

BPORt'S AT COIBRYONG. An enjoyable m.-sport came off at Corryong on Friday, 6th instant. The following are the resulta: Maiden Plato, 100 yards--R. Fraser, 1; N. Nugent, 2; T. W. Whitehead, 3. Oddfellows' Handicap.-First heat, 150 yds-O. Nugat, e6 rd, 1; J, Waters, scr, 2; J. Otty, 10 yds, R. 8treather, 10 ydl, dead heat, 3. Won by 2 yards. Second heat, 00 yds--J. Waters, 4 yds,,1; G. Nugent, 4 yde, 2; R. B. Alty, nor, 3. Good race for first place. Third hoat, 150 yds-J. Waters, 1; G. Nugent, 7 yds, 2; R. B. Alty, ecr, 3. J. Waters having won two out of three heats was dueclared winner. Handicap Hurdle Raee.-W. Bradney, 8 yds, 1; W. Whitehead, 7 yds, 2; W. Phillips, 3,yds, 3, Won easily. Siamese Handicap. - Robinson and Thompson, 6 yds, 1; G. Nugent and T. Nugent, sor, 2; J. Jones and H. Jones, 2 yds, 3. Won easily. Handicap Girls' Race.-Miss Robinson, 1; Miss J. Fenby, 2; Miss Robinson, 3. Corryong Handicap, 200 yards.--G. Nugent, 4 yds, 1; R. B. Alty, icr, 2; T. B. Waters, scr,3. ...

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COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR. THOMAS LAMBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

COUIAPLU£2ITA Y BAJANQUA2T 'tU i31R. TI)OMAI . LAMBERT. Oas Saturday evening about forty re presentative gentlemen sat down to dinner at the Prince of Wales' Hall, Wodongas to bid farewell to Mr Thomas Lambert, late manager of the local brantch of the Batik of New South Wales, who has recently been promoted, to Chiltern. Mr W. L. Ferrier, J.P., presided, having on his right hand the guest of the evening, while the vice-chair was ably filled by Mr Ferguson. An elegant and sumptuous repast, prepared by Mr P. O'Cuonar, having been discussed, The chairman rose to make the presentation of an illuminated address and flower stand to the guest. He felt difidcent, he said, in speaking of a mani who had occupied a financial position in the town, or of his business capacity. As a mean, Mr Luiubert seldom tooka prominent part in what might be turned political matters, but his open-handed liberality had not escaped appreciation. In .fact their guest never "let his left hand know what his right h...

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GRANYA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

aRANYA CJIWKEIT CLUB. A cricket match between the 'maoid sad stugle members of the above elub wai p _qA1 last Friday on the new utike tpma. The single men wire beaten by i baMp and 37 runs. Richard Sp*ee carried eat his bat with I run less thia W. toteal f t(h single men's two lannings, ad is not to be surpassed, u: an all-round ericketer, on the Upper Murray. MAmuuln.-First inningd. W. R. Robinson, b Book .. . ... ... .Joper, run out ... Hore, b Jones ... .. ... " Walton, run out. . 0 S o, not out ... ,... ... ... 57 G , Walton u Jonep ... 8 Campbell, lbw, Joes ... ... Robliuon, Sparrow; b Boek .. ' . I Rielly, o Ja nesse, b White, .' Bohun, e White, h looak , ,. 10 Jenkins, lbw, b White 0 Byes, 8; leg.byes, ! .. . 10 Total ... .. . .. .. Y S.voL.-First Innings. Joaeo, o W. R. Robinson, b Weltom ... : P, Janesae, b Spargo ... ... "... Splsow, b Walton .. G. Walton, o a Srgo, b Walton ..0 Witeo, o ard, 0h g . "....: ? I ... o H. Bool,, bSpargo t. Walton, run out J. Jnnease, b Spargo...

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YACKANDANDAHSHIRE COUNCIL AFFAIRS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

YAC1LANDANDAHSIIIRE COUNCIL AFFAIRS. "TO TUE EDITOR Or TUE ssaftINEL. Sia,- I hope you will give le space to comment on "T.M.'s" (or rather "J.M.'s") letter which appeared in an Albury contemulorary of the 15th instant. I don't blame the editor of that journal for stopping such style of correspondence sa the last production of " T.M.'s" (or "J. M a"),who, byhis Style of composition, admits the facts of Mr Soumer's letters, and smine, and shows his weakness for vulpgr abuse, for not one fact has he dented. But let me ask if this is justice to deprive, me of a reply to a letter, which, all sensible men will admit, does not deny hard facts. lie, therefose, trys to crush the authors. Such, Sir, is the style and honorable conduct of the Yackandandashire Coun cil and its officers. The first portion of his letter shows his weakness for divert inug from the path of duty. The whole 'parIagraph is simply untruthful. With Sreference to the twenty-one years' exist ence of the shire, its thousan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

^- - r iO STAND THIS SEASON at Bethanga, The Thoroughbred UIors 'Ds ( ',C ti'M B8`E '0 0 N A, By Glorious (imsp.), dain Mious l'iinc \William, daiin Queen, by Peter Finn (imp.). C-Cumboroona is a bay, livo years oM, · tand-' :. ' si xtee and a half handit high, with great b': i bon and hubstance, and -lh;s provedi himself a , oluod horad jll the ttrf, anm is admitted by Sgoud judges as one of the most handsome horesa in this district. TeCIlsii..jf inares led; £3 if paddockedd. Mares must be reioved by Ist January, 18S, or a charge of 2s ld per week will be made for agistment. ( Good and secure paddocks provided on the Mlurray, and every care taken, but no responsibility. GEORGE OSBORNE; ,? rTO STAND TllIS SEASON at Myrtle. : S ford tie Thoroughbred Horse " ' YOUNG BARBARIAN, By Barbarian, by Sir Hercules, out of Lady Kingston, by Kingston (imp.); from Vanity, . by Marquis; from Bessy Bedlam, by Sir 'i Charles; from Young Moonshine, by Tleosen; a. out of (Oltd ifonilsii'd; by Rous' E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

Over £2,000,000 is devoted each year to support the common schools of New York State. £1 REWARD. LOST, on Tuesday evening, five £1 NOTES (Bank of Victoria, new), be. tween Wodongs and Yackandandsh, on the Middle Creek road. Above reward at Tue SsNTlEzL Ofice. Towong Shire. T ENDERS are invited for the CON STRUCTION of Forty chains of ROAD at Wabba Gap. Plans and specifications may be seen at the shire office, Tallaugatta. Tenders will be received until noon on Tuesday, 1st December. PETER WRIGHT, Secretary. Tallangatta, 11th November, 1885. Shire of Wodongs. rITHE annual MEETING of the Council of I the hire of Wodonga will be held at the Shire Office on Tuesday, the 17th in. stant, at noon. The annual statement ies now printed, and can be ilnspected. JOHN WOODLAND, Shire Secretary. Shire Office, Wodonga, 3rd November, 1885. A GRAND ETHIOPIAN ENTERTAINMENT WODONGA AMATEUR MINSTRELS, AT THe PRINCE OF WALES' HALL, ON FRIDAY, 7Tra NOVEMBER, IN AID F01 Tl . WODONGA CRICKET CLUB. Four End...

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A MODERN UTOPIA. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

4 MOD2& UDTOF4. air Doras?sar. N.o.; II. .iu upright, peirsteklag justies w ornament to a country bseb, ev tempering juttice with eldaeuay-aol-.ew: headed onmallor sad advrin. l friend in tirne of need, ibete self-abnegating, tIhough ev eU judging others fois e t, i tlt cwial eompanion at the inen table 'came, cool, shrewd, tnd calculating, and with a oul enring f above "dIty JAer. " in the atgegate, although ? re.uly. atI. matinjit at its asect wjlt. in ts.atomic form a the canniest Scot among them all-a paintaking, conscientionu, well. read man, slow to promise, but hithWLf and sure in the perfortsance of. sl . menti once eotered into-a true adsea cees friend, sd a' just aid sunaso.u antagonist, the ruling spirit my "Modem Utopia,' one of thb maie superinduueig causes of the Feneral oeet and the title of this essay. The Towong shire is to besoegratulated upon. possm ing such an edcial, equally aflkble and unassummng im his relations with poorest contractor or hbores' and t...

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LAND SALE AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

LAND SALE AT ll'ODONaA. A sale of Crown liands, in feo-simple, was hold at the court-house on Tuesday, presided:over by Mr Bartlett, auetionecr, of Corryong. Mr A. M. Stewart, land. officer, Beechworth, conducted the. sale; and in his capacity a receiver and pay. master, Mr D. Ferguson was also present. The competition for the first three lots was very keen, Messrs Ferrier (on behalf of Dr Dick) and Adamsa making things verylively. The following lots were sub submitted: TOWN LOTS. Wloon ,, l rish of \YVodnga, county of Bogong, in th tuwoshlp-Upset p;ico, L4 per acre; ehrirge for surve?y, Ll.-Lot' 1,I area 2a Or 17p, allotment 1, saction D-Dr T. T. Dick, LIO 10s per uacre. Lot 2, area 3a 2r Op, allotmenot 2, section u, I)r T. T., Dick, L2O 10s per acre, Lot 3, area 2a 2r Bp, allotmsent 3, section D, Dr '. T. Dick, L8 'Os " The 4oth scetion holding of JMr I. 0. Hulen-Upset price, L: per acrve; charge fur survey, L3ilOs.-Lot 4, area lIe Or Op, allotment 5, seotion O., Valuation,'Ll0 10...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 10th NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

TOffG NG SHIRE COCTNCIL. 'TUsmnAY, 10th NoveMBBs ..i Presrnt -CrsPaton (president), Dyring, Thomson, .Larson, Carkeek, Robinson, and Scarlott MINUT5I. The :ininuto of last meeting,. as read, were cofit?ed. -l. 1 CORIRESPONDINCE . Froti Department of Public works, calling'attention to the following iteni on the Estimates, 1885-6, Towong Slhiro " To assist in the construction of Granya ' Tallangatta Gap road, £300, in addition to like sums to be spent by shire."-Received. From Lands and Survey, stating. that papers re proposed reduction in width of r oad fronting Tallangatta State school had been forwarded to the Executive Council. Received. " Froin same, re costof survey of proposed reserve for 'racing purposes in parish of Tatoung, and stating that it was the rule, when reservations were made for recreative purposes; to require that cost of nmaking boundariefbe paid by shire or persoin at whose request and for whose benefit the land is .rserved.--Received. .From same, stating that t...

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THE TALLANGATTA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

THE TALLANGATTA RAILWAY. A public meeting was held at the court- house, Tallangatta, on Tuesday evening, to consider the present position of the proposed railway to that place. Mr Andrew Paton, J.P., president of the shire, occupied the chair, and stated that he had called the meeting at the instance of Mr Carkeek. Mr.Carkeek stated that the Parlia- mentary representative of the district had been of no use to Tallangatta in this matter, and he thought it was about time that some action should be taken. The Yackandandah people were agitating in the matter, and the railway to Tallaagatta was just as far off as ever. The member for Benambra had neglected his Tallangatta constituents, and they must "wire in" for themselves. He should like to hear some gentleman put something before the meeting that would give Tallangatta an opportunity of asserting its just claims to railway communication. Mr Dyring suggested that the shire council be requested to send a deputation down to Melbourne, to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

DR LANtJVOI1 (Jermerly Consultiu Melical Officer to the . -" Bendigo Iospital), . '. CAN be consulted dai!y at his reside'nce, H . igh street, \'Vodonga. 'Vaoaisption Notice.' F. LANDVOIGT, M.D., GOVERNMENT VACCINATOR, W ILL VACCINATE every THURS "DAY, ronlc 10 n.m. till 12 noon, pt, i a ildenice. Mligh street, Wodonga - -.DR' KENNEDY, L.LtCU.S.., L.RI.Q..P.I., ".Y he co:lilted at his residence, A ,WIFFE S TRna|,, AlURY. o U 1 '! MUSIClI MUSIC!! Professor . L. Iverson t(f th: \ icnuia Conservat-'ire of Miusci), risisIs \O D)N IA on Wudnesdays an Saturdays. 't !d-es- Allen's Terminus Hotel. BANK.OF VICTORIA. WODONGA BRANCH. CAPITAL... ... ... ... £1,000,000 -RE:SERVE FUND ... ... £125,000 Deposits received, bills discounted, and all usual banking business transacted. D. MACKAY, Manager. JOHN WILKINSON, SOLICITOR. Clients' money to lend. Oflicee-D.ly's Biildings, Dean street, Albury.,. . . . International Family O Ho' el, •VICTRI STREmilE, MELBOURNE, - " (Closo 'to C.cb and 'Bus route...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

JOHN G. WIGG l!aiw ,f *:.1RIIan Sassfrr, :WODOXCA, .4.ys'a 3 J , . :, -lWholesale and Retail , L·.pse bBv UaurT,. C:s l l ri ~Tho l ldeat~cstabliahed .lutcioiay' sj J is'R I ':tAn usciS srat° t. s~t t AllME aof.BEST;. QUALITY-1.r $ýr::"" r Ai; n lr u~nwnuy on hand, ;rf +%º1}3'Smaull Goods of overy descrlpti:ii'(1 C5 ntIDES'aond SKINS PURCIHASED,]) Fr, i >".iJ. . .. ", "c :uct q JAMES GRANT nl , +:.. PA RJU!ER AND) GENERAPL `"SMIlT t:>"> ·z: TALLANGATLIA'A_ -'t""rrt , "ý At LL-KINDS ofeTURNINGhrddons eat "SSI':,C1prenmnses, cnda repairsr efatcd In -a' aiorkoisnlike stylo.., _ .,:.., 4-1ENERAL BLACKSMITiTH' FARtIER;. ,.rs ý SEglsn'streat (ncar riat ay croansoL99i), ý .t " ·' wododga. 1:.rte:11 'F,!, ' L'AMBO IJN 4 Doga: to. týI, iwk big. numerous, oastolnrsri for pantc`c If;i.favor, aud" hopes to still zpiristws* ý`AGRtICUL.TURAL 'IMIPLEMIENTS 'REPAIRED I a;'.HORSESHOEIMT" A *PECIAL'1Y, 46 DaBedtitiiotlisoy am liad accor;·di ,tn art andh -^'1 j10 ' 7/ :t"` suitable to tintue ...

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WANTED, A WEIGHBRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

WANTED, A WEIGHBRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- There is one great want in Wodonga which the Vigilance Committee seems not to have seen--- that is, the erection of a weighbridge. Could not that be supplied by some enterprising in- dividual. It would save the farmer   much time and expense in carting goods. to Albury, if' his produce could be weighed and loaded in Wodonga. Gen- lemen, please take the hint.--- Yours, &c., RAMBLER.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

Birth. TAYLOR.-On the 10th November, at her   residence, Wodonga, the wife of W. O.   Taylor of a daughter (prematurely).

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 14 November 1885

Wodonga & Towong Sentinel.   "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !" -MILTON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1885. The Wodonga Propecting Committee   held another meeting on Tuesday evening, at Allen's Terminus hotel; Mr Peter   M'Lean in the chair. About twenty-five gentlemen were present. A letter was read from the Hon. J. A. Wallace, ac- knowledging receipt of application for share of prospecting grant, which he had duly forwarded to the Minister of Mines. Received. It was agreed that, in the event of Government aid being forth- coming, operations be not contined to Felltiniber Creek, but that any spot in the district which might be deemed ad- visable by the executive committee be open for selection. Mr Henry Schultze favored the idea of prospecting the locality between Indigo Creek and Huon's Creek, about six miles from Wodonga. He was of opinion, as a practical miner, that the Felltimber reefs all headed from this range. A little alluvia...

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