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THE REV. A. J. DREWETT AND THE SYDNEY "BULLETIN." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

T?HI REV. A. J. DREWETT AND' THE SYDNEY " BULLETIN." TO THE EDITOR OF' THE SENTINEL. Slt,-I have been waiting to seo some. pen abler than mine enter a protest against the motion of the Roev. A. J. Drowott for the exclusion of the Sydney Bulletin from our lihrary. Now, Sir, I am no reader of this paper, but there is a large number of our sunbsrlbers who do read it, and who maintain the institution and supply reading matter to it, to hbe placed in the library, for they have a right to read the kind of litera turn they like best. I, for ono, object to tis narrow-mindeducss, and, if Mr D)rowetb. studios tlhe interests of the Athoenemum and" not his own opillion, o will withdraw his. motion. If he do not, of course, he may carry it, but if it be carried, I predict that it will be the first blow to the prosperity of the institute, and it will not ie a light one. The institution is heavily in debt, and it is to lb hoped that tbhose on whoso saoulers tihe respssibility rests will nort be fe...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

NEW. INSO LVENI'S. Jamos Coughlan, of 11hlhwn\ farmer and postrautor. L'uses of insolvsuIcy-'Losose is his former inmiioss in lioteikeeper, iiii lijear on ,coitracts. IJabilities, £048 IN 2d; joosts, £1 88 3d;: oirples, £320 Is Ill. Air Jobn Flethehr, oflicial ssinoee. Jdlnmes Kovs, of llotlhasga, laborer. aunlo of inaolve ey - Wansit of employineot. Lb biitieo , £47 2a s l0 d assets, £3; deftiioeny, £44 2Os WOl.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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"WEARING OF THE GREEN." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

"W1EARING OF THI GREEN." 'TO.TIHE BDITOII OF TIIE SEYNTINEL. SI,--In your issue of the i5th instant appears a letter signed ".A Garryowen Boy," and headed." Another Injustice to Ireland." A more senseless exhibition of spite and jealousy one can scarcely conceive. Surely " Garry " must be exceedingly sensitive tnl thin-skinned to be so much pained at the sight olfa Germran wearing a green aslh and marching at thile headof,a processionof inno. cent school children. " Aother Injustice to' Ireland," forsooth. Does " Garry " know -if not let me inform him-that the proces sion was not composed entirely of Irish Austrilian ehildren, "In the name of com. mon sense, what does ho mean by an out siderusurping thoregalia of another coouitry? Is not the wearer a mumber of the Hibernaun Society, and as such has lie not a perfect right to wear the regalia of the order to which ho belongs ? Many thanks for your contempt. It is of equal value to that rich idea of yours about thue mighty Daniel stan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

.J . F' NNEY, B;oot hMiid S(hoe Malker, DEAN STREET, AIIURY. I f"; BEG8 to I Lanb the public for the past . favors, n.ll hopes, by otrict telltionl tl,s," to )bsiness and moderate charges, to imrit a contijnance of same, , H ANI)x .SEWN T110015 at 20 peri cent. less than Melbourlo or Sydney pricca. Repairs neatly executed. JAMES JACKSON, CARPENTER, JOINER, AND UNDEIRTAKER, Sydney Street, Wodonga. Next to TuI SNSTINEI. Odico. Sowing Machines repaired on the Shortest Notice. FUNERALS C'I? onducted in Town and Counitry. oHearse and Mourning Coach. Charges S strictly Moderate. TI11iE PAYMENTS IF REQUIRED. J.J. has also secured all the appliances Slfor p ohotbgraphy. Portraits fait}fully taken I all kinds of wea.theCr. ' ,[.,NEW TOBACCONIST '7 :JAMES JACKSON H AS connoncud, bsine Inin Snydney street with a , NEW and CHIOICE. ASSORTMENT, ,,Tobaocoes, i .T Cigars,- n" . .3 :, . 'Fano Goode. ,:'; .Note the Address Next 'Tien.STirEsmL 01ico, 'SYDNEY STREET, WODONGA. '": Ti',I :,T9N',YISITORS...

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 15th APRIL. (Before Mr W. H. Foster, P.M., and Mr W. Hill, J.P.) VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

WODONGA POLICE COURTT. FriturY, 15th Arnu.. (Before Mr W. H. Foster, P.M., and Mr W. Hill, J.P.) • VAARANCY. John Kelly, an old man, who was apparently suffering from the' effects of destitutton and eoxposure, was charged with vagrancy. Constable Joyce gave evidence to the effect that he had found the old man lying in' a hollow log at Barnduda, evidently suffer ing from lunacy. The Bench sent the prisoner to goal for one month. TRUANCY OASS. A numbeor of parents were fined in various: amounts, from is to 10s, for neglecting to comply with the compulsory clause of the Ed?ucation Act. One case was withdrawn. Dr Landroigt v Sangeter, £7 l2s Od, medical fees. No appearance of defendant. The sum of £2 had been paid since service of summons, and the bench made an order for the balance, with 5s costs. IARCENY. James M'Donald, an aboriginal, was charged with stealing, on 12th April, two gold studetls, a goldl carfpin, two cotton shirts,. pkoeetknifo &c., the property of Leopold Kaer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

J.1 .Ii?:*\ AN) . 'JONES, liOU 'E.1sv, LAND AGENTS, Accountants, Valuators, IOTEL IBROKERS, &e. OI't OSrrr liYK OF AUSbTRALASIA, DEAN. STREET, ALBUILY. (CYiRUS E. SMITH; S'(TOCi?, S 'ATION, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, WouoSa.t .ny clinission entrusted to him wivil roluiVu pri.allt attention. .JO i N :W I I IINS 0 N, SOLIOITOR, &c., of New South Wa\\lus and Victoria. C]lint's tiunoy to lend, Miodorato rates, 'OlLes, i. L. rillffith and Co.'s Cham la?s,;. tDaI-sBtreet, Albury, and Prince of .,iWales ifhll, Wodonga. W.' C. MIACFARLANE, AG:,A.ENT - FOR TIIH .i.?PIEPIIAL, INSURANCE COMPANY, S' in?C; isiloi mndLand'Agent:. RENTS and DEBTS COLLECTED.' : 'ME DICA L. , Dr .'i. SYDENHAM LYONS (Late of Creswick) M.D., \il13., C...; L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Licentiate of Midwifery, .AS COMMENCED PRACTICE in . ALBIURY, and may. be CON SULTED at Premises adjoining Mr Uriffith's late Dwelling, Olive street. DR. BRENNAN, LF.P.S., Glang.; L.M., Olang., I A.S COMMENCED' ' PRACTICE 'at CO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, HIG SThae t \WdiidiiGA) Wholesall and Retail ' B U T C H E i# TI T oldest.eetablished Biltchery jil Wdtdooqga. MEATS of BEST QUALITY ,' ,' Always ?th tnd, a : Eia.blGoods oisvery desesrptlozb UIDES andB IIt{S "PU1CHAS1 ihD 'lbury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E_. C. ELLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA1 BEGS to announco that ho Is prepared to .MANFJFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHIeLE. Both at Albury and WolConga ' Repairs neatly tsecuted. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, SPLUMBER & TINSMITH, .: IGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he has opened a . Tinsmith's Shop in the premseas lately used as TuE SemNTINL Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS i ,All sies made to order. 'Baths 1 Baths I Baths i Every description of TINWARE made to o : order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. .?J, USIC I MUSICII MUSICII Professor L. Iverson (Of the \ ienna Conservatoire of Music), Visits T ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addrei--All...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

W ANTED KNOWN -The London PAMlr? l IlIRnA can be obtained at TIlE SENTINEL oflic. Price, 2d per week. Ryan and Taylor, agents. To Blaoksmiths. W ANTED, an IMPROVER, noons tomed toshoing. Apply WV, Blair, Blacksmith, Cudgowa, Upper Murray, . L OST, botween Kiowa and Wodonga, a COLD 1ROOCiI. The findur.will be well rewarded by applying at TIIE SENTINEL Oflice. £5 REWARD. I WILL pay the above reward toany porson who will give such information as will lead to the convlOtion of the coward who polsoned my dog at WVodonga on the night of the 14th April, 'WILLIAM WARD. BARANDUDA. GRAND PICNIC, .AND BALL AT BARANDUDA STATE SCHOOL, FRIDAY, 29TH APRIL. DOncing 'to coi;nlnc-o at eigiht p.m. 'Ball-Double' ticket,;Ss; single, '20 6d. Pielio free. " For Sale. SOURTEEN ACRES of LAND, near the 1 Town of Wodonga. The land is bleared and securely fenced in two paddocks. For particulars apply to JOHN MORRISON, or JOHN WOODLAND. Wodonga, 8thl April. TO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS, 600 ACRES' OF RIVER FLATS,...

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LENEVA STATE SCHOOL PICNIC AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

LENEVA STATE SCHOOL PICNIC? AND SPORTS. Friday morning was very wet, but it cleared up about noon, and, the afternoon turning out line, a goodly number from the-locality, Wodonga and Indigo, put in an apprarance,.and by the evening there. was a largo gathering. The running, swinging, and other games and amuse. mnets, provided for the children, woro thoroughly onjoyed; while the various events betweeon "children of a larger growth " were kenoly contested. Amongst the latter wero ioe, excellent "poeds." Locally Josoph MiGallin showed some sterling qualities.' The concert in the evening was an unqualiied success, as regards the quality of tihe programnme. The following ladies and gentleioen from Wodonga kindly gave their services- vie.:-- Mr and Mrs Chapman, Mr King, J. and E. BaInbricr; Miss Jamieson, frouit Bonalla, and Mr A. M. Patoerson, of Melbourne, who happened to be passing through to Sydney, and was introduced by Mr G. Allen, of Wodolga. This gontlenuma. deserves (nore than a ...

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

?I/9i BRAG WELL PAP.ERS.' So Mr Alfred Doeakin hai politely re fused the honor of knighthood ? That's very sensible on the part of Alfred, for, while he is a very clever young man, and while we nre all proud of him, &o., &c., still, though he is badged as Chief Secre tary of. this most flourishing colhoy, he has scarcely boeun long enough il the political arena to " wil his spurs " by the performance of any great feat. You are aware, of course, that in the olden days (why not call them the younger dayal) beofore ia man could be invested with the dignity and title of knighthood, lie had to do something particularly brave and des perato, slit off the ears of some ill-man nered "caitift," and present them as a souOvenir of heroic tenderness to his lady love, or rescue said lady-love from the clutches of two siore maosked villains, and closing his vigor with lhind cooey to his patron saint or somebody else, with two wueelps of his "trusty sword " (a score at a sweep)' sl...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!—MILTON. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 April 1887

C obnotbg & i Woollong icttirtcI. Awake! Arise I Or be for ever fallen I ! - *-1MILTON. FfRtIDA Y,APRIL 22, 188 7. THf goldminer was not well treated in the early days of Australia. He .was "hunted " all over the colony in '54, and it was. not till the Eureka riots had subsided that lie was left alone. DLtterly -legislator have .again been working against him by placing the two greatest interests in the colony afgriculture and mining-in conflict. We are led.to these remarks by the recent report of the Sludge Board, a precis of whose recommendations ap pears in another portion of to-day's issue. The report, although clothed in the choicest verbiage, will he a disap pointlnent to all well-wishers of mining. The inellcbers of the board appear to Iavl hes, uiuider the' inipression that they were called upon to give an oillniun mi the old. controyersy as to wha?t iai,suies should bb'taken to pre vent sluthdg from mines polluting and ilispdling writer' cotrses' asinild ijurillg th...

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

SMOKE RUMPUS AT BETIIANGA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR, - Will you allow me space in your valuable columns on the above subject. It seems to my mind a great deal more fuss is made over the matter than it deserves, for what is the smoke after all? Those objecting to the smoke assert it carries arsenic and sulphur with it. I will admit at the onset that it may be a nuisance, but not injurious to health. Sulphur travels, but any man who studies chemistry know well that arsenic does not travel. Being heavy, it settles and does not go far enough to affect the people residing in the locality. As a proof of this, medical testimony can be pro- duced, showing that in no case where the roof water was tested could arsenic be found and this is the reason why the residents of the Upper Town refused to give the Local Board of Health samples to test. Sulphur is admitted as being beneficial at all times, and the statisties of births and deaths show. Bethanga as a healthy town. How Dr Woods c...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

The application of Arthur H. Hill, for a lease of block 36, 311 acres, parish of Tintaldra, and that of Nicholas Lafontairie, for 8 acres 2 roods 26 perches, in the parish of Mitta Mitta, have been approved. The best medicine known is SANDEn and SoNs' EUCALY'TI EXTRAGcr. Test itseminent, powerful effects in coughs, colds, inilucnzas the relief is instantaneous. In serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, be'they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, spraios, it is the safest remedy--no swelling-noinllanmmation Like surprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, Inflnamation of the lungs, swelling &c.; diarrhlea, dysentery, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. In use at hospitals andti medical clinics all over the globe; patronised by his Majesty the King of Italy; crowned with medal and diploma at International Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approve! article, and reject all others.

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THE BETHANGA PARK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

THE lET-IIANGA PARK. TO TIlE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Sin,-" Observanda's " last desires nme to ascertain whether her letters are written by a lady or gentleman. My task was not difficult. Thoy are decidnlly not written by a " LADY," but very possibly by a woman of the Sairey Gamp type.-Yours, &c., Y ]OUR BETIANOA CORIRESPONDENT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

Boot and Shoe hlcaker, DEAN STRE:ET,1ALilURiY. j F". BEGS to tihnk the public for the past S ' favors. and heFop, by strict nttcntion to hbusieIs and mllodnr.te charges, to merit a continuance of samle. HiAND..SEWN BOOTS at 20 per cent. less than .Melbourne or Sydney prices. Repairs neatly executed. JAMES JACKSON, CARPENTER, JOINER, AND UNDERTAKER, Sydney Street, Wodonga. Next to TnE SEn?SEL Oitco. Sowing Machines repaired on the Shortest Notice. FUNERALS Condicted in Town n nd Country. Hearse antd Mourning Coach. Charges Strictly Moderato. TIME PAYMENTS IF REQUIRED. J.J. has also secured all the appliances for1 photography. Portraits fait.fully taken in ll kinds of weather. NEW .TOBACCONIST IN W 0 D o N (r A. JAMES JACKSON H AS commenced business in Sydney street with a NEW and CHOICE ASSORTMENT STobaccoes, Cigars, Pipes, and Fancy Goods. Note the Address S'Next TuE .SNTINe.I. Office, :SYDNEY :STREET, WODONGA. HELM BROS., Coach, Buggy, and Waggonette Builders, B EG.to thank the pub...

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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

GUNDOTPRING. (FRO?r OUR OWN CORRESPONDET.) Our little hamlet shows increasing dia position to be gay and festive. We turned out "under the greenwood tree" on, Saturday to enjoy ourselves at a pibcnlc an informal little aflisir, but porTiaps all the more enjovableo on that account. A few of those who are on theo look-out for recreation for the little ones mooted the idea of an unpretentious picnie, em phatically for juveniles, and got the neighbors tosupport that idea bydonations of money or kind, or hoth; and the result was that the rising generation got a real field dla, all the "oe-ents" being limited' to them. I must not allow it to appear, however, that there was nothing Teft'for the seniors to do but look on; they were heartily welcome to refresh the inner man on the appetizing fare usually supplied on such occasions, and of which, when the festivities were over, there re mained a goolly surplus. The school ground was the spot chosen, whileo the arena in which the young pedestr...

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THE GERMAN-IRISH AGONY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

THE GERMAN.IRISH AGONY. TO THE ?ODITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Sin,-A letter appears in your last issue above the signature of " A Vaterland Boy," in reply to my communication of a previous date re a German heading, in the garb of an Irishman, a procession of school children. As the " Vaterland Boy's " effusion hears an outward and visible sign of having emanated from' the pen of a countryman, or country women, of my own, I shall first deal with the letter, and then with the signature. The letter characterises my protest as a "aenseless exhibition of spite and jealousy." I think, however, that my critic should re move tihe beam from his own eye before es saying to pick the mote from my optic. Thereo s sorely precious little charity in the expression just quoted. But, as actions speak louder than words, I will leave the publio to decide whether it is not a " mcore senseless exhibition of spite "-I thank thee, Vaterland, for the words-to deprive Mr Patrick O'Connor, perhaps the cheapest and ...

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

CORRYONG. (FROM OUIL ,OW0W CORRESPONDENT.) A movemnen is being initiated here for the purpose of establishing a Corryong and Upper Murray, Pastoral and Agricultural Show; anti, from what I can gather, the movement is likely to succeed. Such an institution would no doubt benefit the whole district, and for the purpose of en suring success we are possessed of ample resources in the shape of fertile acoes capable of the highest cultivation, extensive granga grounds on which may bp seen stock of kinds, second to none in the colony for quality and good breeding, while in many departments of local industry we could plainly hold our own. Besides this, the show would attract competition from other parts, and yearly Influx of visitors from other districts would of course enhance the success of the whole affair. It is only with. in the last five or six years that this portion of the North-Eastern district has emerged from 'its obscurity. Prior to that it was, in a comparativd sense, a terra i...

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THE PAYNE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

THLE PAYNE FAMILY. The following lines appeared in a recent issue of the Ec uca Record: They came and gave us pleasure, Though they advertised as Payne, And so we hope it won't be long Before they come again. A pleasant task it may not be To write of" Payneful " things, But oh, there is no sorrow, Though a " Payneful " familyrsings. There's music in the voice of each- - There's melody in all; So don't complain when having Payne, Because your pain is enmall.

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 April 1887

GAZET'T NOTIOES. " Lccr. sr Arritovrn:, JIoIn Crawvlford. 201a, Nariol Tlnr.Nielwt 1' M, Kurgllynh A I. ShnrpL, 2500:, Iigong High Plieis o0 Young, 8800x,. Bognuiig .ig uh roiii H. Ridohadol,'G tOu, :clltori ,J0.:Cuulotoo, 140, Ilolut 'ngmfi, Ellon Mlohur, 25t0, I ootl~ng Joih O'hrien, 68011, Boothang r ." P. symihgtou, (i0001 ,L"thtan William SyohigtL 40;.A7, Beothnog. Sipco tho Fmnaq (irman war,'' b110 atntuotIowov blO~raedtoed in Frauco.

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