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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !"—MILTON. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

Sooong? ,? 'olu O?llg elnnl. Awake ! Arise I Or be ftr ever fallen I FRIDAY, MA Y7 0~.1887. Dr Gee, Bishop of Melbourne, will pay p. visit to the district in November. The right roy. prelate will holdsa confirmation service nat Bothang, on Tuesday, the 16th. November. He will then proceed up the river, and will lay the foundation stone. of the church at Corryong on the afternoon of Thursday, thei17th, administering con firmation in the evening at the Athanmrum. From thence he will essay the somewhat difficult task of journeying to Tallangatta, where on the following Friday he will again administer the rite of confirmation, and will probably perform the opening ceremony of the now church. Neoxtmorning (Saturday) his .Lordshipwill- return to Wodonga, and in the evening he will be present at the anniversary tea meeting in conneotion with St. Luke's church, wheon the public of the district will be afforded an opportunity of listening to an address from him. On the Sunday :morning, he wi...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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MITTA MITTA [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 May 1887

MITTA MITTA (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Wintry weather is now at hand, and the fruit trees, poplars, and other importod sorts are fast turning yellow. Maize and other crops are all secured, and the country looks well prepared to meet the coming winter. Mining is being briskly carried on. The Mamouth claim after a few weeks' work washed up the splendid yield of 200 lbs., and the Pioneer 90 oz of retorted gold. This is startling news, so much so that a prospect- ing grant of £300 has been given for the benefit of the inmmediate district, and six experienced prospectors are now at work in the vicinity. Considering Victoria is such a go-ahead country, it is most remarkable that there is no flour mill at Mitta Mitta, notwithstanding the fact that it is one of the best wheat growing districts in the country. Wodonga is the nearest place for supply, and that is a distance of about 60 miles. At the present time there is 50 tons of flour ordered from there by one storekeeper, and a large q...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

Tie best inediiein known is SANDER and SONa' EUCALYPTI IxTxrACr. TeBt itsUmient, powerful cffects in coughs, colds, ibnluenzas the relief is instant'neous. In serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy-no swelling-no inflanmation Like surprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchltis, inflammation of the lungs, .swelling &c.; diarrhwea, dyseotery, diseases of thole kdnys and urinary organs. In usec tt hospitals and medical clinics all over the globe; patronised by his lMajesty the King of Itol; erowned with medal and diploma at Intornationnl Exhibition, Amsterdam. Tnrst in this approved article, and reject all others. W ANTED KNOWN -The London FAMILY IIEIMLD can be obtained at Tus SENTINEL office. Price, 2d par week. Ryan and Taylor, agents. For Sale. F OURTEEN ACRES of LAND, near the Town of Wodonga. The land is cleared and securely fenced in two paddocks. For particulars apply to JOHN Ml...

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FAREWELL TO MR J. SYDER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

FAREWELL TO iMR J. SYDEII. On Wednesday evening upwards of fifty gentlemen met at the Prince of Wales' Ball to say good-bye and to wish good luck to Mr J. Syder, who for about throoe years has been located in Wodonga as stationmaster, and has boon promoted to the important charge of Spencer street station, Melbourne. At the gathering was nearly every official connected with the railways here. Mr .J. Bamobrick, president of the shire, presided. The toasts of "The Queen," "The Governor," and "The Ministry and Par liamont " having booeen honored, MIr D. Ferguson rose to propose " The Guest of the Evening." lHe observed that in reviewing the departure of anyone deemed worthy of consideration, people frequoetly took a threefold view-the man's private character, his business character, and his public character. When they found the threo so combined that all effect had been produced on the co.. munity, they naturally concluded that on his withdrawal a link would be missed, and the public, ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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MITTA MITTA ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

MITTA MlITTrA ATHLETIC SPORTS. A meeting was hold at Mitta Mitta on Thursday cveniug, 5th iMay, to elect a cont mittee to arrange for sporns on the Queen's Birthday, 24th Mlay. Mr 11. J. Bowler was elected president, Mlr W. C. Walker and M?r John Conway vice-presidents, and iMr, B. A. Pigott secretary atl ;treansurer. Thoi following committees weoe clected' to draw up progratmno and anwaas for sub scription- :--Cmmittee of Management Mlessrs W.. C. Walker, John Conway, Jacob Dyne, A. Thompson, William Porteous, John Lak', T. Walker, ''. Oliver, W. Lewls, C. Cross, Joseoph alker. Com mitteo to CollecatSubauriptions-Meeara J. P. 0O'Mara, C. Cross,. J. Cribhin, Joseph Wallker, John Lake, and Andrew Thomp. eon,. 'As a hrgo prog'ramme lis hIeep arranged ifnluding hlorseoradi'g, subscribers are requcsted to liberally respond..

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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OVER THE BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

0BTOYEB TIlE. 'BORDEB. Sandy is properly on the job, to all apponrances. I wonder does ho Irna biz? , I sos the " monkey " has.accomplished the disappearing trick, Ind the " Inlshah" who lives not ia mile from the railway. stntion luIs taken his place. The " nashah " looked in a pretty pickle after. he h1vl linished his fun with the mutton on \Vodnelosday last. At a rocontcconcsrt in a Victorian town the song "Eusio dear" Lukled as if it wero well reciived by the appreciotive, audience.o, I sce it sang again at the concert on Tuesday night. All the audienced oomeod to show Malcuhn-tents. Dare is pretty good in the niggor lino. believo hlie sings a goodn'uu. Charley brought thu house down atetho play. I think ho ought to stick to his own tra11. " Sammy " was a groat enceess in the farco tho other night. I fancy ho hias mistaken his vocation. The ladies' acting was remarkably good, and ia credit to the company and the town.

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A DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

A DENIAL. TO THII EDIOltOR OF TII- ISENTINEf. SI ,-.A puripraph appearsin your rnst issue whrcin It is statOe that tho mann Catou was founl in my house. Permit mno to say that Caton Was never in mny house nor have I any knowlledge of.him at all.. The mstakeo probably aroso frotm tho fact that thoe man was taken from nnother person's promises adjoitongmlnllo.-Yours, &o., Ii IJNlst t IInoi0

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

ALBURY VMARKET. : Messrs Chas. L. Gritlith and Co. report holding their usual fortnightl) market on Wednesday last, when they yarded 700 cattle and 9000 sheep to a good atton dance of buyers. Cattle-700 yarded, about a quarter of which consisted of inforior to useful beef, including a few prima; the remainder mostly stores, in fresh condition. Cattle of all descriptions ware a shade easier, in sympathy with .the metropolitan markets, but prices on the whoie were good. Beat pens bul locks, primo and heavy, fetched to L10 2s Gd; best pons cows, light, to L7, odd boasts higher; 3 and 4-year-old bullocks, " small, in fresh condition, to LO; ditto, in very forward condition, to L7; younger cattle at proportionate rates. They sold drafts for Messrs H. Butler, M. IHers, Jas. Stool, A. M'Inness, NI. Seymour, G. F. Briggs, It. Hatch, N. Deovine, Pierce dMarum, It. J.1 Ta' e, John Grieve, G. and R. Doubleday, A. Hlre, jun.; D. Evan,l James Carter, and others; and tulrned out about 150 store b...

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THE REV. A. J. DREWETT AND THE SYDNEY BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

THE REV. A. J.) DRE WETT AND THliE SYDNEY BULLETIN. The' motion of which the Roev. A. J. Drowett had given notice at the previous mceeting-viz., "That the Sydney Bulletin be oxcluded from the reading-room on account of its immoral tendency"-was discussed on Friday evening by the Athenmoun committee. harh weree present -Mr P. Adams (vice-president), in the chair, Revs. A. J. Drowett and \V. if. Johns, W. Hill, J.P.,G. Huon,J. G. Shields, P. O'Connor, W. King, J. Arundel, J. Ryan, WV. Taylor, P. hl'Lean, W. H. Mouoler, D. Ferguson, and C. B. Golett (lion. secre tary). Tlio Roy. A. J. Drowett remarked that, as one who took a deep interest in the welfare and prosperity of the institute, he had felt bound to table the motion, although hlie did not expect that all present would agree with him in the course he had taken. He ad heard, indeed, that some members had made up their minds to discontinue their support to the institute if the paper in question were excluded. But the whole matter, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, fl an STREET, WVono?o?A, i ;,Wholuealo and Retail B U T .C II E H. :j TLesnoltlestaesalshed Butchery. In ., .Wodoniga. ,r.IMEATS 'of BEST . QUALITY' Always on hand. Smal Goods of every description. HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. :. E-. '. ELLIS, of ALBURY AND WODONGA, 3EGS to announce that he is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE :Both at Albury and \Vodonga. Repairs neatly executed.. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, ' PLUMBER & TINSMITH, 1IG1II STREET, .WODONGA, B EGS to announce that he las opened a J Tinsmith's Shop in the promiselesately used as Tie SERTINaL. O 0llice. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! . All sizes made to order. Baths,!, Baths 1.Baths Every description of TINIWARE made to 'order, and kept tin stock. ,, . SOrders by poet punctually attended to.'. , ;UU? S IC I 'MUSIC I ? S MUSIC II Professor IL :: Iverson (Of the \ lenna Conservatolre of Music), viosite. R ODONGA "on Wediesdl...

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MITTA MITTA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 3rd MAY. (Before Messrs Bowler and Reid, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

MI'TTA MITTA POLICE COURI'. TUESDAY, 3rd MAY. (Before Messrs Bowler and Reid, J.P'.) Mary Cunningham v Lizze V. Hodder, using abusive language in a public place. Dismissed.-Themas Regan v Mary Cun. ningham, similar offence. Dismissed,las it was not considered witliin the hearing of the public.-D. Cunningham v John Routfor £5 damages for trespass of pigs in his karden. Verdict for ,3, without costs. Mlrs ,. Walsh v, John >Eustice, £4i mon y, 1ont Verdict for amotsit, or 'in defaul distress. The court then adjourned. Immediately after the adjournmentM r J. Reid, one of the magistrates, was insulted by a man named Foster, who was intoxicated. Foster was then brought before Mr 1L J. Bowler, J.P.,. and fined £1, and locked up till sober. This case caused a large amount of Inughter, as defendant expressedl a wish to, pay aothern £1 It they woullJ only lot lil fight Mr Reid.,

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen ! —MILTON. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

Sobottgt &ic ilaong .cntiintc. Awake I Arise I Or be for over falleni FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1887. Tie adjourned mooting' of person. favorable to the establishment of he Wodonga Building Society iwas hold at Bamhrick's hotel on Monday night. About twenty influential gentleomn were present, and.Mir G. J. Allen was voted to the chair. After a long'discussion, it was moved by 1?i Pater D 'Leni, 'and seconded by Mr Jennings, that a building society be established in Wodonga. The motion was carried unanimously. It was then egreed" that theo' fllowing gentlemen be appointed' provisional commuittoe; six to form a qunrum:si-TholRev. A. J..Dreqwett, Messrs Allen, Wigg, Johnlson, M'Lean; Mannm,' Bent, Ryan, Taylor, Jeninings, and Moulder.. Mir W. C. Mncfarlano was apipointed secretary pro tem, and. was in structed to write to lIMelbourne, with a view to obtaining all the latest informa tion regarding building societies. The conmitteeo will meet to-night at Mr M'Farlnne's office. A circular w...

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THE SLUDGE BOARD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

THE 'SLUDGE BOARD. TO TILE EDITOR OF TIIE SENTINEL. Sin,-Tho report of the Sludge Board would lead Australians to suppose it is an Irrigation Bodrd, conoisting of three verdant now chulne, who want to stop all mining. The word sludge as applied to the tailings fromo a sluice is a misnomler, as the earthy particles wash clean away, leaving only the Ieavy gravel, so there is really no sludge in the North-Eastern District. This anti mining boardstatethat thoeLivingstono Creek is chocked with tailings and sludge. The Dry Hill claim-owners used an hydraulic hose for over twenty years, running their tailings into the Livingstoneo Creek a little below the drop of their sluice. The gravel formed a firm croasing, which the people of the district gladly availed themselves of, in the shallowest part of which cattle of all kinds could drink; for, as a fact, they don't cequire large clear waterholes to drink from. l few hundred yards below the Dry lill claim, a party were working in the bed of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

T. I- STLA TER, 'PRAU'ICAL Watc?lnmakor, Jewelleor & Optician 'All i?,'rlk c e h.a ,l' pron ·itlyoinad.guarea W`AIN: AND. HYLAND . (LatLJ:t.uS M1ooaRE) CONNP S STREET, ·:'"'O NE N TE8 S" TES R5e E"T lirliaciting Mlachinery Carefully Repaireil. :: t-') Uicqudlledl'Ste: Stripper Colbo , d Forgings luariatead. i ' Cmbined Plouglhs sleda tl? 'r "Ile 1 o u or Viueyarn I'lounghig, ... is 0iio..n; ti', tlreo:, or five furrows e ,'? ?:t.furrow;:Vino Ploughs, with Governor - - Steerage, if required. .SCA R I FI ER S, :i "::;iO .For one or two horses. Vlgeorots deoirig noew styles of implements - uay have them made by giving deoacription or explanation. ,ill erts of Special Ploughs for Vine Celti a .. tion always on hand. STEEL PLOUGHI SHARES-Honrisby Pattern . IMPROVED FOREST GRUBBERS. S1AIN and [iYLAND were awarded Certificatesi of Merit for Steel Striilper ".-.Combas, ,Sets of leirrows, Single Vine Plough, Searifier, Steel.Shares, anld Doutble-' furrow Field' Plough at the lat Chil...

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THE BETHANGA SMOKE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

THE BETHANOA SMOKE. TO TIlE EDITOR OF TIIE SENTINEL. Sin,--I see by your last issue that Mr R. D. Cole, in a letter, has been using my name very. freely, and evidently, by his Lone, is awfully vexed, and surely has lost his reason. He has jumbled up a letter written by a person signing himself "Reason ".with the smoko nuisance, and he has" actually been mean enough to bring in the affairs of the A.M.A. How very spiteful I After this, I verily be lieve that in his spleen he would bring in a man's domestic affairs. What a pity that such a clear-headed, far-seeing man, endowed with such valuable brains, should get so vexed I Everyone must expect to get thwarted somletimes. Mr It. D. Cole should never have brought in the affairs of the A.M.A. l'The disagree imentiathlsmok. J. thick his.n most cowardly attack. What would the think of mo if 'I found fault with the way lihe transacts the business of thi post-oflico 1 Bulwer Lytton had many ways of judging a mano's character, and, had he re...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 10th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

WODONGA SHIRE COUJJNCIL. TUESDAY, 10th MLAY. Present-Crs Balmbrick (president), John stonl, Street, alnd Bassett. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meooting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDESCE. From Mr William Berry, enclosing memo. from tile Lands Department to the effect that he would have to ascertain if the council had any objection to a gravel reserve near his property being lot for grazing, and requesting the favorable consideration of councillors.-Dealt with by resolution. From the Government Statist, stating that the schedules collected in the shire had been accepted, and that a bonus of £4 Os 9d' had been allowedby the oovernment.-Received. From E. G. Fitzgibbon, hon. secretary Bulli Disaster Relief Fusnd, forwarding col. lecting lists on behalf of the mnovement. Received. From the Under-Treasurer, forwarding; account for completiaon for £282 3s Od.-Re ceived. From Mr J. Ferguson, M.L.A., stating that he had pressed upon the Railway Conm missioners the necessity for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

L:C NON N DISPENSARY, { DEAN STREET, 1ALLBTTRY SB. LINDSAY AND CO., DISPENSING CHEMISTS. )RESCRTPTIONS and Family Recipes CAREFULLY DISPENSED with Pure A Drugs and Chemicals by Qualified Choemists. '7 TOILET REQUISITES, PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, SPONGES, TRUSSES, ENEMAS, &c., &c. :D.B. ndl Co.'s Celebrated Eye Lotion. for Sandy Blight, In . tauination, and all affections of t'he eyes. The only inilhllible cure. LOTION FOR MOSQUITO BITES, This Lo'imn, if used necording to instructions, gives immediate relief, and prevents '. .the attacks of these annoying insects. ANTI--CO OLEFRA MIXTURE, i" r ". FOR DYSENTARY AND DIARRH(EA. Sor two doses will cause a cessation of these maladies, and induce a sensation of .nternal comfort. LINDSAY AND CO.'S IRON AND QUININE TONIC :;Strengtlhens the system, and wards off many of the complaints incident to the climato It is the best promoter of appetite known. '?. Town and country visitors are respectfully requested to visit the establishment...

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SPECIAL LAND BOARD AT SANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

SPECIAL LAND BOARD AT SANDY CREEK.         A special land board--- consisting of Messrs Nixon, Stewart, and R. A. F. Murray (Government geologist)--- sat at Briddon's hotel, Sandy Creek, on Thurs- day last, to consider the question of adding some 50 grazing areas to the Sandy Creek   mining reserve. There was a large atten-   dance of miners and selectors present. Messrs J. Smart and D. Mongan repre- sented the Beechworth Mining Board. Mr J. Smart urged the necessity of ex-   tending the gold-fields area to the limits desired by the miners. The existing   reserve was altogether too small. Four- teen of the blocks sought to be added contained reefs in which gold had been formed, and handsome returns had been obtained from some. Of the rest many were unprospected, but in all probability   would yet have payable mines within them. The Sandy Creek field had been exception...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENCE APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 May 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED.   Alex. M'Kay, 17a, Wyeoboo Geo. Ley, 20a, Tatonga Thomas Coulston, 15a, 15a, thanga Michael Cane, 20a, Yackandandah James Jenson, 20a, Berringa William Mitchell, 20a, Berringa William Paton, 20ai, Tallandoon W. J. Shugg, 20a, Yackandandah. LEASES APPROVED. John D. Gimblett, 310a Or 37p, Kee langio James Sheridan, 124a 3r 31p, Norong Robert Ianna, 124a Ir Sp, Walwa Geo. Maunder, 49a hr 38p, Barpna wartha North William Symington, administrator of Jane Symington, 250a, Beethang William Berry, 93a 2r 32p, Wodonga Donald J. Coghill, 925a, Berringama Kate Coghill, 663a, Berringama Gao. Coghill, 0G2a, Berringama Mary E. Coghill, 923a, Berringama Elizabeth M. Coghill, 9O0a, Berringama GRANT APPROVED. Richard Clayton, 19a 3r 38p, Barna. wartha South. GRAZING AREAS AVAILABLE. Bogong.-Barnawartha North, 0Oa, formerly applied for by John Richadrson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

W? ANTED KNOWN -The london FASILY IIHRALD can beo obtained at TiE S?NTINEL O0;iCe Price, 24 per w?ok. Ryan and Taylor, agents. For Sale. FOURTEEN ACRES of LAND, near the Town of Wodonga. The land is cleared and securely fenced in two paddocks. For particulars apply to JOHN MORRISON, or JOHN WOODLAND. Wodonga, 8th April. TO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS, 600 ACRES OF RIVER FLATS, Within half.a.milo of Wodonga. For further particulars, apply to CHENERY BIROS., , Auctioneers, &o., Albury. W ODONG A. - IMPOUNDED at Wodonga, on 13th May, 1887, by Mr J. H. Shater Yellow ind white ODW, TKL off ribs (the K blotched and uneertain) . Also, on 16th May, 1887, by Mr P. Street- Grey MARE, fleabltten on head and parts of body. like collar marked, R. near shoulder. If net released, to be sold on Thursday, 16th June, 1887. 0/ HENRY HUON, Poundkeeper'. BANK OF VICTORIA, WODONGA. HE above branch will be CLOSED Son TUESDAY NEXT (Queen's Birthday). . S. CAMPBELL, Manager. Grazing. NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS...

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