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ALBURY LICENSED VICTUALLERS' DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

ALBURY LTWENSED VICTUAL :LE1fM DEMONSTBATION. The 'following are the ontries for the principal ovents In connection .with the annun ldomonstratlon of the Albury Licensed Viotuallere, to b) hlold on the 21st instant at the thcccourse: LicY.rSDF. VicrUALL~CEOSR HIANDWm W. C. Stool's Rhetorician W. C. Steel's Norman J. M'Donnld's Kildaro H. J. Bowler'asagon A. M'Donald's Anwoh A. M'Donald's Ambition W. Purtell's Woeerman W. Purtell's4tarlight. T. Galvin,'s,' cape SA. Hoppneort Bronzowing D. Donovan's Minnio. S. .SeFnnr HA.,DICAr, !rohn Day, Mahon ga ; ' : Noil' Rice, Albitrv J. A. Wise, Iowloong .' Fergrsop, Alhiiry ' W. M'Kenod, Alhbry IW. Jackson, Wagga Wagga Patrick Ryn. Bonegilla Richard R. Alty, Corryong SEdar Sheather, Cnrryong J. Kennedy, Corryong . .Wm. II. Koundy, liarnawarthae WIV. Stmrngnmn, Allury C. R. Andriske,,indo!era? , ;. James Walsh, Alburv Riohard Brown, Mullengandra . A. Py. Pve, Albury \George Woods, Allnry. * IInrDL" RACE. , A ,Tames Walahi Allurv ' C, R. Andrisk...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

J. FINNETY, Boot and Shoe Maker, DEAN .STREET, ALIIURY. J F.BEOS to tao tlnk the public for the past S. favors, andI hopes, by strict attention to hsiless and moderate chalrges, to tInuit1it contiutanuc of u.llle. HAND-SEWN BOOTS at 20 per cent. less than Melbourne or Sydney prices. Repairs neatly oxecoted. JAMES JACKSON, CARPENTER, J*OINER, AND UNDERTAKER, Sydney Street, Wodonga; Next to Tur. SExTIxTE. Ollice. Sewing Machines repaired on the Shortest Notice. FUNERALS Conllucted ii .Tvown ald Country. ,Hertrsu and Mourning Coach. Charges Strictly Moderate. TIME PAYMENTS IF REQUIRED; J.J. has also secured all the applitances for photgraplly. Porttraits fitl. faitly taken in all kinds of reather. NEW TOBACCONIST .. "0 D) 0 N, . A L JAMES JACKSON H AS c tommenccd business in Sydney street,with n NEW and CHOICE ASSORTM.E1NT OF Tobacoes, Cigiar s, , Pipes, atl Fancy Goods. Note the Address - Next T'?i SENTInt L Oilcc, SYDNEY. STREET, WODONGA. N OTICE TO VISITORS TO W0ODONGA. MR'I D. EVAN...

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THE ROMAN CATHOLIC PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

THE ROMAN CATHOLIC PICNIC. The annual picnic In connection with the Roman Catholic School was patronised as liborally as on previous occasions. A procession, numbering about sixty or eighty light-hearted children, started from the school at ten o'clock, en route to the scene of the day's festivites, the Wodonga racecourse. The juveniles wore headed by the Wodonga lBrass land, iil front of whihl was to be seen the rather cerious spectacle of a " son of Vaterland," in the capacity of drum-major, wearing a green sash. Arrived at the racecoursa, the youngsters and their friends proceeded to indulge in a variety of gnames, such as foot. racing, &c., and, although the day was some. what cold, the pleasure.seckers thoroughly enjoyed themselves. A Shellield Handicap, of 30o, was improvised, and won by J. Moon, with W. Wilson second, and G. Ifuon third. A Inlmber of minor events were also decided. The budding athletes were handicapped by Measrs Joyce and Donovan. who succeeded in obt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

LONDON . DISPENSARY, DEAN STREET, D. B. L NDSA Y AND CO., DISPENSING CHEMISTS. 1 )RESCIRIPTIONS and Family Recipes CAREFULLY DISPENSED with Pure Drugs and Chtminals by Qualilied Ohemists, TOILET REQUISITES, PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, SPONGES, TRUSSES, ENEMAS, &c., &c. PII,L,. and Co.'s Celebrated Eye Lotion, for Sandy Blight, In 1lhnlamittion, and 1a11 affections of the eyes, The only infalllible cure. LOTION FOR MOSQUITO BITES. This Lo ion, if used accorditig to instructions, gives inmmldiatu relief, and provents t',, :att;lei of theo IanOy'illng insects, SANTI--CHOLERA MIXTURE, FOR DYSENTAIIY AND DIARRII(EA. One or two doses will cause a cessation of these maladies, and indueoo a sonsation of Interutr l unfort. LINDSAY AND CO,'S IRON AND QUININE TONIC itru.tgtbhol the system, and wards off many of the complaints incident to the elitunto, It is the beat promoter of appetite known, Townl and country visitor, are respectfully requested to visit the establishment, Qllntry ord...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

JOHN GU. WIGG, Rion Srnerr, WoooscA, 'Wholesale and Retail .BU T C H I, R. Tl.e oldest-established Butchery in Wodoaga. PIEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Smal. Goods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. Albury and Wodonga 'Coach Factory. . C? . ETLLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, BEGS to announce that lie is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Both at Albury and Wodounga. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he has opened a Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as Tau SENTINEL Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All saces made to order. Baths'! Baths I! Baths ! Every description of TINWARE made to order, amd kept in steek. Orders by pest punctually attended to. M USIWC MUSIC ! MUSIC Professor L. Iverson (Of the \ ienna Conservatoire of Music), Visits RODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. ".Live, and Let...

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YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

YACKANDANDAH. The sports at Yackandandah proved a great success, between 300 and 400 persons being on the ground. The Yackandandah Brass Band, under the leadership of Mr G. Helm, played appropriate airs throughout the afternoon. Rundle, from Beechworth, won the Maiden Plate, defeating a large field. The Handicap was the principle eventof the day, and no less than eighteen faced the starter. The prizes were £7, £2, and £1. The race was run in six heats, the final heat being won by Walter Pemberton, of Wodonga; Moore (Yackandandah), 2; and F. Roper (Tawanga), 3. Lee, of Kiewa, carried off the Hurdle Race.

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SPRINGDALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

SPRINGDALE 1AICES. Englishmen, the world over, ever seem to appreciate the'old saying, "All work and no play emakes Jack a dull boy." In the early days, when our fathers were young, erovery villge pretty well In llritin looked forward to its fair, but in our days some thing more exciting is wanted, and now we find at this end of the globe every town boasts of its anneal races. Consequently, in preparing for those, the breed of horses has been carefully looked after, and even a hack race will bring out good strains of blood. IHorseracing will at least do this good-that it will improve the general class of horses, and the surplus supply will be fit for exportation to any country in the world. The 13ethaaga district is no exception to the rule, and townspeople, together with their farming neighbors, went i on on ednesday, the 6th instant, for a good day's sport and excitement, The weather was grand, and the array of horsemen was an excitement in itself, for nearly everylody in and arou...

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WODONGA COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 13th APRIL. (Before his Honor Judge Chomley). JURY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

WODONG?A COUNTY COURT. WVEDNESDAY, 13th APRIL. (Bafore his Donor Judge ChoImley). Juet CASE, Joseph Wilson v Stanley and Muir, £109 s 8d, goods. Mr F. Brown, instructed by Mr Nagle, appeared for the plaintilff; and bMr Emerson for tile defendant. The following assessors were sworn: Mossrs W. Hill (foreman), Martin Kelly, John Heickendorf, and JohI Boyos. The plaintiff, a teamster and farmer at Eskdale, gave evidenceo to the effect that on the 14thl November he was at tile office of the defendant firm, in \Vodonga, when he met Stanley. After procuring some way. bills, witness left the office, and Stanley overtook him. Stanley then asked plaintiff if he could get him 10 or 12 tons of potatoes on the Mitta? Plaintiff asked him what prlce he would give, and Stanley svid £3 10s per ton, delivered in W\odonga. Plaintiff agreed to deliver the order at that price, and asked Henry Lord, who was standing close by, to take a share in the transaction. Lord agreed to do so. Plaintiff told Stanle...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!—MILTON. FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

tlUolng ?t T&U3ovol g 5cttilnC. AwakeI ArIse I Or ho for over fallen I M ?]ILTON. I'RIDA , APRIL 15, 1887. Tuane was a time, even in the history of this much-governed colony, when the public were the masters and the Government officers the servants, and, as a consequence, the convenience of the people was not made -subordinate to the convenience of officials. But times have now changed, arid.the rule seems to be that the public have to dance attendance upon the Civil servants, their own payees, while the latter rule the roost pretty conclu sively, Amongst the members of the Civil service, there are to be found many who are worked a great deal harder than the County Court judges -in fact, it is notoriously true that during a considerable portion of the year these gentry give very little of a quid in return for a substantial quoin the shape of good salaries. Yet we find Judge CIIosLEY fixing Wednsday last as the date for holding the Wodonga County Court and the fol lowing iday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

In consequence of the unusually large nllmber of jury cases, only one- vriz., Wilson v Stanley and Muir-was taken by tlis Honor Judge Chomley at the \Vodonga County Court on Wednesday. Thoroweroseven other cases, all tf which will ho heard at a special court to he held here on 'Thursday, 26th May. At the request of Mr Emerson, Ills HIonor agreed to include any other cases that might arise moan. whiloin thie special court list. The host meldicino known is SANEn and Soys' EsC.\IyI'TI ExTrAcT. Test tsnominont, powerful cifects itn coughs, colds, Inlueonzas the relief i inistantanelos. In serious cases, and accidents of all kitns, he they wounds, hurns, caldiogs, bruises, sprains, it is thie safest roemedy-no ewelling-noinflallnation Like surprising effects produlced In croup, dlphtheria, bronchitis, inllammntion of the lungs, swelling &c.; diarrhoea, dysentery; diseases of the kldnoys and urinary organs. In use at honpltals and medical elioles all over the glohol patronlised bh...

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PETTY NUISANCES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

PE'TTY NUISANCES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,-In the last issue of your paper I observed a letter signed "Tenant," depre- cating the action of the inspector of nuis- ances for sending him a notice about his cellar, and pointing out what he considerer incongruities on the part of the inspector. "Tenant" writes in the assumed garb of injured innocence, but it is only the passing knell of one who had coflins to sell, and was baflled in his design. Anent his remarks about publicans' cellars and their beer, I have never heard that the sanitary condi- tion of the one or the quality of the other has ever been questioned in Wodonga. Publicans are not interested in dead men, and if " Tenant " has any beer in his said cellar, it is devoutly to he wished that he will be the sole patron of it himself, as it is the "cold damp bier of death." Regarding his statements about cattle on the streets and umbrella stands on the footpath, as there is a vacancy in the council, "Tenant" &nb...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 April 1887

'ODONGA SHIRE JCOUNCIL. ---4-- The adjourned enceting of tils body was hold yesterday. Present-Cra Bualhriek (president), Street, Johnston, and Bassett. MINUTES. 'The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. - COInESIPONDENCO. From the Government Statist, acknow. lodging receipt of a return giving particulars of thoestatoeof the labor market ip the shire. ; -Received. From the Municipal Association of Victoria, forwarding accounst of council's subscription. -£2 2s voted. From the same, forwarding copies of a supplementary business paper to bI brought under the notice of the group electing.--lte coived. From the Goveronent Statist, forwarding - copy of Victorian Year Rook -Received. From the secretaries to the proposed Coni sumptivo lIospital, asking to le favored with the council's co.operation and support in that object.--Received. From Frederic Dunn, Melbourne Analy. tical Laboratory, informing the couneil that Iee husd not received any samples of food or drink for...

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

WODO.GOA MARKET. Messrs Dougharty, Son, and Parker report having hold their usual fortnightly sale on Monday last, at their yards, 1Vodonga, when they sold the following stock at highly satisfactory prices:-15 fat bullocks and cows for Mr P. Cleary, Gundowring-bullocks £7 17s Gd, cows £6; 10 fat cows and bullocks for Mr M'Culloch, Korguoyah, at £6 17s 6d and and £7 10s respectively; 10 cows for Mr J. Stool, Gundowring, up to £6; 10 heifers and steers for Mr P. Street, at £5 10s; 10 for Mr Burns, up to £7 10s; 15 cows and venlers for DMr V. lHuon, Wodonga; 10 fat heifors from Mr James Egan, Bonogilla; 00 steers for Mr H. Hawley, Annandale, up to £7 10s; 12 cows for Mr W. Wright. Yackandandah; 10 cows for Mr H. Temby, Bothanga; 12 cows for Mr J. Cloland, Lonova; 11 bullocks from Narandera, up to £7 11s for bullocks, and £6 for cows; S5 steers for Mr Henderson, Ruthorglon; 20 steers for MIr Diumbrell, at £6 5s 6d; 22 steers for Mr J. J. Crowo, at £6 5s; 20 steors for Mr Niel Bidatrup, ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

Tio tondut of lr C.Al . lrun, fr l th erection of rcttlo-trucking yards at Barnawarthn, hlas liooenuccepted. " Young Australian's" letter can only bhe piblished if the writer sends his There Is a revival of.Ql?un Anne dances inl England.

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THE BETHANGA PARK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

TILE BETIHANGA I'ARK. TO TIlE EDITOR OF TIIE BENTL'EL. Sn,--I would not trespass on your valuable space only that the reply of "your own" was so amusing that it decidedly deserves an answer. IHe says " Obsorvanda' is sitting on a pincushlion. I think ' your own" has made one, but, had lhe known he was destined to sit upon it himself, it is moro than probable itwould nover haveheen made tie pleads ignorance, and well he may, for, in theo first place, lie shows it, in thinking anyone here imagines Ihe is a candidate for a sent in the council. If he was fortunate eil0oogh to be returned (which is doubtful), I think it would mean him having to resign a position.Irom which ho derives no incon. siderablo portion of his income. Anl, again, is it not laughable to think that ho should accuse a lady of lbeing an election. coaring tout ? Why, it is worse than his thinking that the ladies went to the sports only to soe the footraces I In conclusion, I would advise " your own " on another occa. ...

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THE YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

THE YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN CIL. TO THE BDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Sir,-In'your issue of the 18th February appears a letter above the signature of "John Quirk," purporting to be a reply to a few observations which I felt compelled to make in a previous issue of.your paper on what I considered his inconsistent conduct as a publiO mlan. All I can make out of his noto is, that he was always against day men, and is now; that when Councillor M'Leod could not got Stuckoy's Gap cut, he should have day men to do a few repairs, and he put them on; and that when that work was do:o they should have been knocked off. Now, all this reads very well, but whose duty was it to see that these men were knocked off? Councillor Quirk has since been presl. dent of the shire, yet he did not interfere, and the men are on at present, and draw out of the shire funds some £400-as much as would have sufficed to cut the gap, and what is to be seen for the money ? Nothing. Oh, yesl A friend just reminds me that the...

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MR WILLIAM STREET'S INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

?ER WILLIAM STREET'S INSOL. VENOY. At the Beochworth Court of Insolvendy on Wednesday, William Street, of Lenova, grazier, applied for a oortificato of dis charge. Mr.Porry (Mossrs Tuthill, Geoghogan, and Poerry) appeared for insolvoub. Mr F. Brown, on bohalf, of ,nq' of the principal croditors (Mr M'Lean, of Wo-. dongs), asked that the application should be postponed, on the grounds that 7s in the £ had not been paid. The official assignoo had no objection to a postpone. mont, and was satisliod with the conduct of the insolvent. Mr Brown requested that the matter might be postponed till noext court. John Fletcher, official assigneoo, deposed that hoe was trustee in the estate, in which '58 in the £ had been paid. He had a sum in hand sufficient to pay a further dividend of 2s, which, in fact, had been paid to some of the creditors, and had been ganzottd as payable on the 10th inst. He had no olbjections to the granting of the application for a cortificate, but had received a letter...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

GAZET'TE NOTICES Ie.rssA ' ArritmovEn. John Turnor, 130a iand 1000a, Tintaldra Thos, Bpalny, 94a, Wagra Geo. Armstrong, 29a, Borringa Chas. Jones, 42n, Towong.

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REPORT OF THE SLUDGE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

REPORT OP THE SLUDGE BOARD. -4---~- The Premier has received the report of the board which was appointed on the 27th July, 1880, to inquire into the extent of the injury cdused by sludge from mines, and tbo oest nmeans of preventine or mitigating future damage. he beoarn, whichl eonsisted of Mr R. H. Shaikespear, C.E., Mir A. F. ?Walker, and Mr R. G. Ford, states that before taking any evidence the member, made a careful inspection of tihe principal creeks and rivers affected by slhdge, as well as of the minesawhich are now, or have been, discharging debris into them. The inspec tion, together with theovidence subsequently obtained; showed that the damage caused by mining sludge throughout the colony was of a far more serious nature than was gonerally supposed, while it has made manifest tile fact that the injury is likely to be greatly increased in future, at least in some districts, uniless remedial measures are immediately taken. The injuries already inflicted, and which, unfortu...

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AMALGAMATED MINERS' ASSOCIATION, BETHANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

AMALCGAM'ATED M1VINfERF ASSO C IATION, BETHIANGA. The usual monthly committfo meeting was hold on Wednesday, the 13th inst. The vice-president occupied the chair, and the following members wore preoant: Messrs Pearce, Sanders, Wilson, Dower, Nankervis,. Burke, and thle sdretary. The following correspondence wasn also road:--Letter from the oflice of the A.MI. A. Oreswick, re Kaitangata lock-out, N.Z., stating that the secretary had written to the directors of the company, Kaitangata, with a view to effecting a settlement, and that the reply from the directors was that the dispute was ended, in the face of which the mIienl wore still locked out. Letter from Dr Woods, re Francis Dower, stating he considered the action of the committee in requesting F. Dower, to con sult another medical gentleman was not only unfriendly to thi consulter, but not very complimentary to him, either per sonally or professionally. A certificate from Dr Kennedy was also read, stating that Francis.Dower was u...

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