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AMALGAMATED MINERS' ASSOCIATION—BETHANGA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

AMALGAMAIATED MItNER?S ASSO CIATION-BETHANGA BRANC-H. The usual monthly committee meeting was held at the ofice on Monday, the 21st inst. Presont-Vice.president (in the chair), and and the following members of the umnmlttee: -Mbessrs Wilson, Sanders,Pearce,M'Guineass Rule, Butters, and the treasurer and secre. tary. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The following corres pondence was then dealt with:-Lotter from the manager, Mr T. Martin, thanking momn bhers for invitation to anniversary., 17th March. Letter from secretary Chiltern branch, inviting memberd to their anniver. sary. Letter from Francis Dower, stating rumors were current that he was imposing upon the funds of the branch, when at the same time fit to do some light work; also a letter from the same declaring hhimself (owing to these rumors) off the funds, but the committee would not agree to him taking such a course until he had consulted another doctor. A letter was also read from member W. W. Johns...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENAMBRA AND TALLANGATTA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

BENAAMB1A AND TALLANGATTA JOCKEY CLUB. The following are the weights for the annual mooting of the above club, to be held at Tallangatta on Tuesday and Wednesday noxt: HURDLE RACE, tWO miles. at. lb. t. stlb. Shaughraun 10 0 Jurassic ... 10 2 Pinwlre ... 10 7 Scotland Yet... 0 10 Hailstorm ... 10 4 Placet... ... 9 2 B11rAunnA HANDICAP, one mile and a half. The Earl ... 0 13 Fly ... ... 7 1 Marksman ... 8 7 Urbby 7 1 Jurassic ... 8 4 Fshrboy 012 Lottery .. 8 0 Tornado ... 4 River Belle... 7 7 Saldin ... 4 Veronica ... 7 1 Eolo... ... 0 0 TATONOA HANDICAP, on11 mile and a quarter. The Earl ... 11 Fly ' ... 7 3 Marksman ... 8,18 Pinwiro ... 7 0 Jurassic ... 8 5 Fisherboy ... 7 0 Lottery ... 8 1 Albyn ... 12 Shougbraun 8 0 Penelope ... 0 6 River Bello... 7 8 Saladin ... 0 Veronica ... 7 4 Eole ... 0 0 Urabby ... 7 3

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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DEDERANG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

DDEDERANG RACES. The Dcderaog races took place on Tues. day last. The weathorwas fine, and there was a good- attendanceeof the publie. 'The ditfferent events:resultaid as follows: MAIDEN PLATE. Last Request ... ... ... 1 Black Demoin . .. 2 Blucher :.. ...... .... 3 H ANDICAP. ; Hailstorm... ... ... ... 1 Squire "... ... ... ... 2 ---.Ac aldam a ... 3 LADIES' IRACRLET. Ooroe ... ... ... ... I Miss Allen... ... ... 2 . : H.ntics: : " Hailstorm..... .. Last Reginest ... e ..t 2 The others ran off. rInnr'SKxuRnn Never Micnd Her.. 1 Merry Christmas . . { Larrikiness' .. .. . .. It CoNsoLATION.' Miss Allen 1 Oliver ...2 Aeldama.... .-... • ieThe ihast tmedicine known is SANDER and Sons' EucArrTIrt Exvaner. Testeits eminent, powerful effects in coghle, colds, influen?as the relif i is instantaneeos.. ' In serinus cases, andu accidents of all kinlds, be they wsnnds, iurns, scaldings, lirltses sprains, it is the safest renmedy-noswellieg..noinlsmmntlon Likesurprising lffects produced in oro...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

WODONGA MARKET. Moesrs Dougharty, Son, and Parker re port having heold their usual fortnightly sale at Wodonga on Monday, when very satis factory rates wore realised. The following are some of the lots sold:-31r P. Street, bullocks and heifers, to £7 17o Od; Mr T. C. Reidy, bullocks, at £9 ls lid; Mr J. H. Mitchell, steers, to £6L 17s; Mr Boyes, steers, to £6 15s; Mr Richardson, bullocks, at £7 10s; Mr Richardson, 'ows, to £0 178 Gd; Mr Johnston, cows, to £5 7s Od, and steers to £5 2s Od; Mr A. M'Oaflin, steors at £5 10s; and 50 head of odd lots various owners, up to £5 for steers, £4 12s 6d for Ihcifero, and £5 2s Od for cows, with calves at foot. Also, 105 fat ewes for Mr D. Lynch, at 7s 6d; 10 lambs, at s 7d.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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A REMARKABLE CURE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

A REMARKABLE CURE. TO THE EDITOR OF TIE SRNTINE.i - Sin,-I wish you to give me. apace in your widely.circulated paper to mention a remarkable caro performed at Thougi'lby Dr Gillesple, of Corryong. The person al. luded to is an old acquaintance of mine, who has been under several doctors' hadls for more than twelve years, to my'certain know. ledge,and hns suffered very much during that time, till at last shle becamo a cripple, having to usa?nrtches, and.onoe ide was aheniit paralysed, one log being always very cold, and wasted to an alarming degree. Since the doctor referred to took her in hand, about four months ago, she has recovered ns far that sheo s able to go noabut her loueohlid duties onjoyin v?ery good lealth; and liar leg is now completely oured. I hnvo no nause for writing this save for the public good, Yours, &c., * AN EY-WITNESS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, Ilhol0 STInaer, WonoNGA, Wholesale and Retail B U T C I E R. :Th. oldest-established Butchery in Wodologa. Always on hand. Sinai Goods of every description. lHIDES and SKINS 1'URCIIASED. Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. ED. C. .: ELLIS, OF ALBU.RY AND WODONGA, EOGS to announce thatho is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Both at Albury and Wodonga. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to annunnce that he has opened a Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as Tiu: SerTINEL Office. TANKS ! TANKS! TANKS ! All sies imad to order. Baths'I, Baths I Baths I Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept In stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. 1USIC MUSIC I I MUSIC I I Professor -L. ?Iverson (Of the \ ienna Conservatoiro of Music), Visits 1 ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. "Live, and L et Live.': CH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

.u itI).]E It 1-.OTE iL, WODONGA. MR.S' COTTRELL' DEGIS to .Inforuu her friends and the '.3 punblic gencr.lly that she its :leased .the above hotel, which aIs been th flloroughly renovated and re-furnished thrnaghont, and is nonr.o fitraschssaorder for the recepties of visitors.' .11YVErYand BAITSTi'ABLES. PA DDOCK. JAMES JACKSON, C!AILRPENTER, J(IINEll, AND UNDEItTAKER, Sydney Street, Wodonga. Next to TIc: SF?TI\EL Ollice. Sewineg Machines repaired on the Shortest Notice. FUNERALS Conducted in Town and Country. Ioearse and Mourning Coach. .Charges :Strictly Moderate. 'TIME PAYMENTS IF REQUIRED. J.J. has also secured all the appltianceC 'for plotoraphy. l'ortraits'fiitl.Yully tatken 0n all kitia of weather. NEW TOBACCONIST "I* W 0 D 0 N' G A. JAMES JACKSON AS commenced business in Sydneoy S street waith at NEW tand CIIOICEK ASSORTMENT .Tobaccoes, Cigars, Pipes, anr : Fancy Goods. 'Noteothe Aidress S"'Next ToE SeSTISEL Office, .-SYDNEY STREET, WODONGA. N"OTICE TO VISITORS TO OIC WODO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

[ADVERTISEMENT.] A CONTRADICTION. TO TIE EDITOR OF TILE SENTINEL. Sll,--It having been publicly reported that I am about to leave Wodonga, I beg to give the rumor a flat denial, and caution all persona against scandalising my character, or further steps will be taken in the matter. Apparently this is done to injure my busi. ness. At tile present time I have not thie slightest intention of leavinIg Wodouga. - Yours, &c., J. JAC~lKON, Undertaker. WVodonga, 24th March. WTANTED KNOWN - The London FaV ,tr HEItALD can Ihe obtained at TiE SE.NTINEL Office. Price, 2d per week. Ryan and Taylor, agents. 1FOR SALE, cheap, secondhand British Mail BICYCLE, 112 inch, in good order, with tools and lamp. Apply lIne SENTINEL Office. Wodonga Cemetery. FINAL NOTICE. TrHEE publl are hereby notified that NO INTERMENTS will be allowed in the above cemetery, under any circuni. stances whatsoever, after this date, unless the fees duo thereon have been previously paid. By order, P. O'CONNOR, Chairma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

THE ALBURY TAILORING COMPANY, MERCHANT TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, DE214T STREET, -Lr9='tE1B 7 (Next door to C. L. Grilutlt da Co,) LOWEST CHARGES FOR HlIGH-LASS WORK. Suits to Measure from, 3 10s., upwards: AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF PATTERNS TO sELECT PROM, Ikrea Suits, Clerical Grnments, Ladoes' Riding Habits, Jockeys' Panta and Colours, and Military Uniforms, turned, out in real Londoa Style, Shirts, Hats, Ties, Collars, Hosiery, Eto. A ? LARGE ASSORTMENT JUST TO HAND . OF FANCY GOODS, FAN CY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, SUI'TABLE FOR BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING PRESENTS, AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE, WTODO:N'tlT t, DEAN STREET, COHEN, A (B1TWEEN BANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND "BORDER POST" OFFICE,) ESTAIILISnED 1870, 'WATOCHlAKER, JEWELLER, & OPTICIAN,-... W ISHES to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he has always on hand a large and choice selection of Gold and Silver WATCHES, JE4VELLERY, AND CLOCKS, All of the most unique and latest style, which for quality and price cannot be equalled in the d...

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ANNIVERSARY SPORTS OF THE BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

ANNIYVERSARY SPORTS OF THE BETHANGA BRANOH A.M.A. (mFlo O ov OWN CORRESPONDENT.) "Tho second annlversary of this branch of the A.M.A. was cloberatel on Thursday, 17th March. A celebration of this sort is always a fitting opportunity for a general retrospective glance, and the last year for the branch has, on the whole, been one of peace. Once or twice it was found neces sary to plant the foot down firimly, but with a little forbearance and an explanation matters were generally righted. During the twelve months the branch has decidedly improved in members, but, strange to say, whilst it improves itself, the miners indi vidually weaken their cause. They even ignore their very motto--" United we stand," &e. Experience has taught thgt one strong body, or society, is safer and stronger than any number of smaller ones. Hence the immense power and influence of the A.M.A. Opponents, recognising this, adopt the surest and only method to weaken the power of unionism, "isolation"-in ot...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

At a noeeting of the Uranva Fnntanll Clubh on Tuesday oreeing1 atRiolly'e THall, the following gentlemen wore elected' to nl'tlthe tundermentioned nolldon' in connco. tldn with theolul for the oenuing season: Presideot, itr P. Sutherland; vico.presi dont, Fr S. Carter; captainMr J. Hughes; vice-cnltnin;t Mr 0. Harper: secretary, Mr t; Bonlumn; tronasuror, MIr A. Hugher. Mlr E. Adenok, inapector lf 'the Acn. tralian Wldoeews'Fund,7-will lecture in the Prince of Walgq,o Hall, Worlonga, on Wednosday oeveniim, hiasuhjoct beoing " Thoe Jdurney of Lifo." MIr Q. Leighton is teio local ageont of the assurance col pany.

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !—MILTON. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

Rabolnges &c oWUoltL 1jittiLtel Awake! Arise ! Or le for ever fallen ! --MItLTON. FRIDAY, 3DIRCOI 2S, 1887. TnE world is now, and has been for months past, in a 'throe of suspense regarding the state of affkirs in Europe, and; although there can' be no doubt of whka will eventually happen, yet for the nonce uncertainty seems to be the order of the day. The Slav, the Frank, and the Teuton must ere long engage in the most bloodthirsty "triangular duel" of history with the undoubted result, from the late utterances of the cognoscenti, that the map of Europe shall be considerably altered. At present, it is rather diflicult to prognos ticate ivhat will be the position of parties when the "Fiery Cross" flares from Pyrenees to Ural with the flaming motto, "War to the knife.", But we think, . judging from all obtainable evidences, that the will of PFTen 'the GReAT will be strictly aRdhered to, with the result that the Cossack and the Chasseur will in one squadron charge the Uhlan. B...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 March 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. Thomas Shelly, 400a, Wodonga James Gear, 700a, Granya John Schwindt, 220a, lBelvoir West F. M'Farlano, 200a, Belvoir West E. Morrioan, 360a, Belvoir West M. M. Fletcher, 170a, Belvoir West Richard Ryan, 88a, Bonegilla Joseph Coulaton, 140a, Beethang P. Symington, 600a, Beethang Ellen Maher, 250a, Beethang William Symington, 470a, Beethang John O'Brion, 580a, Beethang D. Schollard, 60a, Yackanlandah Thos. Clohesy, 22a, Norong John Morrison, 80a, Wodonga Mary Shelly, 350a, WVodonga J. C. Truss, 80a, Becthung John Hill, 80a, Beethang Jas. Egan, 250a, Beethang A. Strahan, 137a, Norong Owen Maher, 250a, Bonegilla S. M'Donald, 535a, \lyrtleford Bridget Walsh, 8S0a, Murramurrangbong John Cunmmins, 250a, Bonegilla F. Thompson, 130a, Norong. GRANTS APPPROVED. Thos. H. Trevilliann, 20, Chiltern Edward Hackford, 20a Or Op, Lilliput Thomas Ley, 1la 3r 20p, Tatonga Thomas Smith, 17a Ir 7p, lBarwidgee ' Mary Harrison, 1Sa, Or 37p, Bright Ellen Trevillian, 20a, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 April 1887

A 'now mitroillotic, woiulcihg only Lwnnyv~oicht pouIIInd, mid clisoinrcing (100 billOto a i niiitite, is )odlllg teslud by tbo Fraocis aovcrnzssot,

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SANDY CREEK RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 April 1887

.ANDY OREIEK RACING CLU~B. The annual races of the above club wore held on Friday last. The attendance, as compared with last year. was a great im provement, and a thoroughlygood day's racing was provided. Each event was contested by largo hilds of horses, and in one race so largo was the number of entries thatjockoyscould not bhe found tofill all the saddles. The weather was all that could be desired, but the late heavy rains caused part of the back of the course to be very soft and slippery, and in consequence three horses came to grief, throwing their riders who, however, escaped uninjured. The club is to he complimented upon the ex. cellence of the arrangements emado and the successful nature of the meeting. In the evoning the settling-up took place at Briddon's hotel. IMr J. Quirk occupied the chair, and in the course of some re marks said that efforts would be made to have a £50 Handicap next year. A great number of toasts were disposed of. A ball was given by Mr Briddon, and ...

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COUNCILLOR SCARLETT CHALLENGED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 April 1887

COUNCILLOR' SCARLETT' CdIAL LENGED. TO THE' EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL, Smn,-As I anticipated, Councillor Scarlett refuses to accept my challenge. :This is but In keeping with his'action. Since, my first letter appeared, I'.haveomade careful eon. quiries, and learn without doubt that the imputation against Councillor Scarlett is correct,. He states, in fact, that kho, unfor. tunate wtomen residing lii thd towenship, and who are tied to their houses all day long' by their domestic duties, and consequently have to inhale the dangerous fumes'from the open-air kilns hurnted within a few chains of their doors, day and night, are not suffering' from these causes, as they state, backed by the doctor, but from " hereditary diseases." When challenged by one irate sofferer, he said he only meant some, not all, of the women, adding insult to injury. 'Who are the some? On behalf of the female resi dents, I challenge him to point to one, and I hurl the insult back in his teeth. Such assertions again...

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THE MITTA MITTA POLICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 April 1887

THE MITTA MITTA ITTA POLICE. TO THE EDITOR OF TIlE SENTINEL. SIR,--A a peaceful citizen, I wish to call your attention to certain matters anent the police protection in this district. On Box. ingDay a police constable arrested a man on a very frivolous charge'in a public danc. leg room, kept him unler survoillance for a considerable time, and ultiimately let him go. Now,Sir, the policeman either exceeded his duty in the first place in arresting the man or took toomuch himself inreleasinghtm. I leave it to the authorities to decide. The slad police constable is a prominent man when dancing, billiard, and other games are going on, and I, in connection with others of our law.abiding community, think that , would be better employed elsewhere. Any. howit is high time we had a changeo.--Yours, & , VIOITYIT.t.T.

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THE TALLANGATTA POST OFFICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 April 1887

TfHE TALLANGAT'A PO5T OFFICE,. TO THE EDITOR OF TIlE SENTINEL. Smt,-Thoro slroly must ho something wrong in the affairs of tie Tnallgntta Post Office diring the last nine months. Before that time. my correspondence arrived rogn. larly. "Now, however, my weekly paper is missed once in every five or six woeeks, and very frequently my correspondence is ho. hind. As an instance, about two months ano two Government letters, whith bore the MIolbourno ponstmarks of two nuccessivo days, had a difference of nine days in their arrival here. Another lentter from Williams. town reached me voi Corryong,. There is not riach similarity in the words "Cor. ryong" and "Talinogatta." Whore the delay occurs, It is, of cnurse, imp?ssible for me to say, butt appoarances poliIt to Tallan. gatta.-Yomrs, &a., G. WII,KINSON.

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 April 1887

f7AZETTR NOTfOWlM -4--~--- L!OENBFs APPRUOVED, .. Donzd'I BrQ"wn, 110x, Noroug John oa'rioun, 138x, Wodlouga.. UPAmsF APRoVEn, . Thaannd (lohosy, flA Or 381i, Norong: Lawrence Maher, 319aý, Or 22p, Tatonga. LEAuris NOT' GRANTED. Thos. A. Nouah, 000h, Tungaiamhanlanga Thous. No lo, 000, 'ranganhahnga Juu. Stopan 40, S! Muillago5,.

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WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 April 1887

WESLEYAN CHURCH ANNIVER SARY. The anniversary tea and public meeting was held in the Wesleyan Church, Wodonga, on Tuesday evening, and proved a most successful gathering. The afliir was also a valodictory tea to the Rev Polkinghorno, the minister. A couple of hundred people sat-down to an excellent tea in the church, the well. loid-out tables being presided over by Mesdames Adams, Shoeppard, Bent, Davis, Smith, and Misses Andrews, Ende, Davis, Sheldrick (2), Adams, Roberts, Charles (2), and others. The tea having been dis. cussed and the tables cleared, a public meeting was hold. The Rev. J. Polking. horno presided, and in a short address introduced the business of the evening. The Rbv. A. J. Drewett, who was on thusiansically received, gave an interesting address for the necessity for decision of character in our daily life. After a lengthy speech on the subject, the rev. gontlemau spoke in terms of regret at losing Ilis friend thoRoev. J. Polkinghorne, with whom lie had always bee...

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