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LAY READING IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

LAY READING IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. M SHE EDITOR OF THE 8ENTINEL. Sn.,-By the quarterly plan of the Church of England, just issued, I ece that the Rev. Mr Drewett has again appointed a certain individual who relsides iu the Upper Murray to act as lay reader for the Church of England in this district. Now, I think this isa very unwise step of Mr Drewett, and if persisted in will do a vast amount of harm, nod ultimately end in the Bishop's attention being drawn to the matter. A lay reader must be respected by a congregation, or he will preach to a beggarly arrray of empty seats. This has happened on several occasions when this lay reader whom Mr Drewett insista on thrustiugton his cougro. gutions has preached. There must be cor. tainly something wrong, or why should the church be shut, as I believe it has beeoon, both at Bethangaand Talgarno,agahnst him; while at Tallangatta a number of the adherents of the church threatened to withdraw their subscriptions if a change did not take p...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. ']IOLIDAY ARItANGEMENTS. ' On Tuesday, 24th May (the Queen's Birthday),,thu following arrangementa will boeobedriudi- Post Offices.-Closed to the publi at 10 Letter Carriers' Delivers.- one oeffected. Letters, etc., which would in ordilnary course. be taken out by carriers, can he obtained 'upon application between 0 and 10 an. at the Post Offices in the districts to which the ' are addressed. Country Mails.--Despochld and recoived as usual. Money Order Otlices and Savings Bantks, -No business traunsacted. Telegraph Olfces.--Thoso appointedl to bo open on holhlays will be opus na unusti' other offices will be open from 8.30 '?s, 10 a.m. andt front u to 7 p.n. ?

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY 13th MAY. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M., and W. Hill and H. Street, J.P.) TRUANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

TVODONGA POLIOE COURT, FRIDAY 13tlh MAY. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M., and W. Hill and H. Street, J.P.) TRUANCY. Sarah Babbington was charged with neglecting to send fourof her children to school the prescribed number of days. The truant officer said the neglect was of a very aggravated character, and pressed for a heavy penalty. The defendant's exeuoe was that the children had seen un well. Fined Se, with 2s Gd costs, in each case. ROWDY NEIOIIBORS. The Murrays and the Callinanes are neighbors, and for a long time past have been frequently coming in conflict. On the occasion of their previous appearance in court, Mrs Murray was trimnphant; but the tables were turned this timeo. The latest dispute was con corning a cow. Mrs Callinano was summoned by Jnames Murray for rescuing the animal on the 1st May, and the parties changed places in the court on another chargo, in which Mrs Callinano proceeded against Janmes Murray for ill. treating the cow. Mi J. Wilkinson con ducted Callin...

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

CORRYONG. (FROM OUR OWf CORBRSPONDENT.) On the 24th of May next a grand concert is to take place at Tintaldra, in aid of the funds for establishing a local Dramatic Club. Tintaldra is usually a quiet, undemonstrative little spot, its inhabitants not troubling themselves much about tie goings on of the outer world, while among themselves day succeeds day with the same monotonous regularity. It would seem, however, as if the good people there had suddenly awoke to the fact that the monotony of life in Tin. taldra can be agreeably varied, and accordingly they have conceived the notion " of going " in for a little diversification iin the way, of comedy and drama, the first initiatory steps towards the establishment of which is the concert above referred to. I hear that extensive preparations are being made for the event, and that all thie best Corrycng musicians, singers, and amateur comedians have been enlisted in the cause, so that Tintaldra will doubtless wear an animated appearance ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

The following will represent the Wodtong club, in their match with the Albury club, on the Wodonga ground tomorrow after. noon:-A. Walker (capt.), C. Ridldale, J. Moon, A. Allessio, ,J. l)odd, I. Cral?, J. Craig, G. Cobham, W. Wilson, GC. H. Hunn; W. A. Hill, G. Goodwin, J. Landluann, 1. Allen, J. Bambrick. The host medicineo known Is SAND.R and SoNs' EIc.AI.YPTI EXTInACT. Test ltseminent, powerful oifects in coughs, colds, intluenzra the rellof is instoatanonos. In serious cases, sand accidents of all kinds, he thbcy wounds, burns, ocaldings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy-no swelling-enoinflanunation Like surprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, liroclhitis, inflannmation of the lungs, swelling kc,; diarrhlce, dysentery, diseases of the kidncys nod urinary organs. In 1ns at hospitals nad medical clinjes all over the glohbe patronihed.by hi M ljesty the King of Italy; crowned .ith modq. and diploma at Internatlenal Exhibition, Amlsterdamc. Trust iu this approvl ...

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FOOTBALL. ALBURY v TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

FOOTBALL. ALBURY v TALLANGATTA. On Saturday last a nmatch was played on the Albury ground between the Albury and rallangatta football clubs. The weather was a little showery at the start, but it gradually cleared off, and a large number of persons, ilnludlag a good few of the fair .ox, assembled to witness the match. We will here take the opportunity of directing the council's attention to the gateway (whiobh afforded the only means of entrance into the ground, excepting of course the more masculine method of clambering the fences), being completely blocked up, and thus preventing ladies from enterung the ground, and they have to stand outside to watch the game. The respective teams having appeared on the field, a start was made. Mr Haety captained the visitors, and Mr E. Heath the local men, and the former winning the toss elected to kick to. wards the southern end. The ball was immediately set in motion, and a severe struggle ensued, but no material difference was noticeable until...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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BETHANGA SMOKE RUMPUS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

BETHANOA SMOKE RUMPUS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE 5EITINIiEL Sm,-Mr Ladd's letter appears to me almost too babyish to notice. He does not reply to my arguments or statements, but carefully avoids them as dangerous. My letter was in effect that the towns people were justified in objecting to the smoke nuisance, and that the interference of the miners was unwarranted, and would be useless. Mr Ladd's name came in, for he has assumed the leadership-in fact, he is " guide, philosopher, and friend" of the miners-and he it is who dictates to them their actions, from in structions elsewhere probably. His reply consists of the schoolboy style of calling nrames and making faces. In the workings of the local branch of the A.M.A., he says heo is only the scribe, and the management is in the hands of the presi dent, vice.president, and committee. It didn't appear so in the Turnbull case, when the president had to undo Mr Ladd's work, and, by his tact with the managing director of the company, savedO p...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

GUNDOW1ING. (FROM OUR OWN COnlE?IP'ONBEN'.) The weather we have been experiencing lately has been so unsatisfactory that I may. fairly be excused for again dragging in that never-failing subject, this time to abuase it roundly. It has been of such a depressintg character-Scotch mists alternating with steady downpours-that one involuntarily keeps going over the lucuhration of the oh. cure Yankee rlhy mestr who produced the immortal parody: "Dirty days hath September, April, Juno, and November; February hath twenty-eight alone,' Without a blessed gleam of sun; And if anly of them had two-and.thirty, Tlley'd be just as wet and twice as dirty." But this kind of weather is not only de. pressing to the spirits; it makes locomotion an almost impossible feat on certain portions of our souls. A stranger, after traversing a mile of each of the two arms into which the road form Yackandtandah divides, a few yards this side of Mr Michael Ivers's resei-. dence, would have not the slightest diffli...

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

LONDON. DISPENSARY, DEAN STREET, .AL B ?RY D. B. LINDSAY AND C0., DISPENSING CHEMISTS. PRESCRIPTIONS and Family Recipes CAREFUILYDISPENSEIEwith Pure *U Drugs and Chemicals by Qualified Chemists. TOILET REQUISITES, PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, SPONGES, TRUSSES, ENEMAS, &c., &c. D.B.L. and Co.'s Celebrated Eye Lotion, for Sandy Blight, In liammnation, and all affections of the eyes. 'the only - inthllible cure. LOTION FOR MOSQUITO BITES. This Ltion, if used according to instructions, gives immediate relief, and prevents the attacks of these annoying insects. ANTI--CHOLERA MIXTURE, FOR DYSENTARY AND DIARRH(EA. Ono or two doses will cause a cessation of those maladies, and induce a sensation of internal comfort. LINDSAY AND CO.'S IRON AND QUININE TONIC Strengthens the system, and wards off many of the complaints incident to the climuate It is the best promoter of appetite known. Town and country visitors are respectfully requested to visit the establishment. Country orders prompt...

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BETHANGA BRANCH AMALGAMATED MINERS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

BETHANOA BRANCH AMtALGA. MATED MINERS ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly committeeo meeting was held on Wednesday, Ilth instant. The vice. president occupied the chair, and there were present--Messrs Wilson, M'GOiness, Rule, Burke, Sanders, Nankervis, Dowser, Giroud, and the secretary. lhe following correspon. dence was dealt with:-Letter from T. Davies, declaring on the funds, having broken a rib whilst lifting a truck. Re. coived.--Letter from A.M.A., with reference to miners' wages.-Letter from W. G. Spence, statilg conference would be held at Maryborongh this year, and that altera. tion of rules and all items of business were re. quired to be in by the 25th instant, and also trusting that an earnest effort would be made to raise funds for the Bulli catastrophe. Received,-Letter J. B. Nicholson, miners' general secretary, thanking the officers and members of the A. M.A. for their expressions of sympathy concernisng the late dire cala. mity at Bulli, and stating that upon the principl...

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

T. I-E SL.A.TER, P'ItAG'rlCA L. W ?tchillaker, Jewoller &,0ptician, A . *'? All worrk oxen attil prm uptly, and guaran. tiled.. WAI N AND HYLAND (lCate JlAns \Monnn), oN N 'S. STRIE T,. C E 3.CL WP 33El 31 IT. Itarvestlg Mfaclhinery Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Conmbs Forgings Guaranteod. Combined Ploughs Male for Field or Vinoyarl Pl'loughlig, One, two, three, or flive furrows Two-furrow Vine Ploughs, with Governor Steerage, if required. SCAR IFIERS, For one or two horsea. Vignorous desiring now styles of ihnplements c S;sy iayhave.then mteade by giving 'description or oxplanat on. C All sort of Special Plogh for Vine Culal. I vation always on hand. STEIEL , PLOUGH SIIARES-:lornaby I ' Pattern ': IPRO.VID, iFOREST GRUBBIERS. WAIN: nd nILY"LAND woreo.awarded C Certilicaitea of Merit for;. Steel Stripper Coinbhs,' Sets f Harrows, Singl" Vine I PloughSecarifieor Steel Sharsn, and Double. furrow Field Plough rat the late Chiltorn 1 Show. . C N.fI.--CIIARGES "MO...

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

THE I3RAG WELL PAPERS. .Melbourne hnes got its new bishop, and so far, thie episcopal ,"now broom" appears to sweep sutficiently clean to satisfy all who are members of the Anglican " household of faith." No doubt Bishop Geeoo was duly gratified wi:h his Spencer street welcome, and auhso quosnt Town Hall and other domonstra lions, all of which hav gone gone very far to impress him with the couvictilon that we are a very, hearty, hospitablo people. Coming, as he does, direct from the old country, destitute even of the slightest modicum of "colonial experience," our now prelate will doubtless meet with a few "eye-openers" as regards the social manners and customs of this antipodean region-a region wheore, freed from old time prejudices and sacerdotal obligae tions, the people think their own thoughts, and, with untlranmelled liberty, act according to their own impulses, especi ally in matters of faith; a rogion where advowsons and enforced tithes are thigsu unknown. And yet, take us a...

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

JOHN (G. WIGG, l.J Ehss;rneeer, ,'"W001;o SIhedleslo and Rietail B.U':?T. .EH' 'R. 7FLe .holdest.establishdd )lBttchelry lin \Woilonga. :EATS ',of ,'EST 1 :QUAIIITY .Always oan:and. :mgbooids ( of-every description, HIIDES a~nd SKINS .PURCHASED. Albiury .and Wodonga Goach Factory. .:. CO' ELLIS, (OF ALBURY" AND WODONGA, BEGS to announce tlat he is prepared to MANUFACTURE .EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE .Both at Albury and Wodonga. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. 1FRIDOLF JOHNSON, . PLUMBER & TINSMITH, .HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGCS to announce that he has opened a .D Tlnsmnith's Shop in the premises lately ,used as Tue SesnrraL Office. 'TANKS ! TANKS! TANKS! All siesa made to order. :Baths I Baths 1 Baths I Every ilescrlption of TINWARE made to -order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. -M USIC MUSICI? MUSICII Professor L. Iverson (Of the % lenna Conservatoire of Musio), "Vialts'I ODONGA on Wednesdays and I?, Saturd...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise! Or be for ever fallen ! —MILTON. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

M.obolign & 'ooluong ,cntinlI. Awaike I Ariso?l Oir bo for ever fallen ! -MILTON. '?RI~DA, MAY 2O, 1887. MR Justice WTILLrAr is a man who has the courage of his opinions, whether his foot'is' oh his native heath, and he is dealing with someotling .connected wtith the musty law; or whether he is propounding the tenets of a "Religion withoutSuperstition;" oragain,wlether he is demonstrating the compatibility of 'those fragile machines yclept bi cycles with the awful dignity that is expected to find expression beneath the ponderous wig of a Supreme Court judge. His originality found vent the other day at the Echuca Assizes, on the occasion of which he, to all intents and purposes, set a prisoner free on probation, by taking advantage of that little-used clause in the Statute Book'by which a judge is.permitted to bind a convicted prisoner to come up for sentence when called upon, if the latter. be able to. find the necessary recognisances. His Honor "remarked a few remarks," how...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 May 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES. 33,000 acres in the parishes of Burrunga bugge, Walumla, and Narlel, county of Benambra, formerly portions of pastoral allotments B, G, F and L, have been re- classified, and included in the area of auri ferous lands. Applications for licenses approved.-J. J. Crowe, 4000a block 3142; George Huon, 150a, block 3147; J. K. M'Farlane 68a, 3144; J. Osmotherly, 30a, block 3141; A. Heckendorf, 10a, block 3145; C. J. Mitchell. 5a, block 3140. Transfer of lease registered at the office of Titles.-George H. Fenby, Edward Thomas, allotment 4c, 15a 3r 25p, Cudgewa. Applications for lease approved.-Kat herine Dallanger, administratrix of the late Konrad Dallanger, 35a 1r 28p, Bonegilla.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

'T- I. S3L..TIR., PRACTICAL Watihiiaker, Jewaller & Opitician 1 AN U I.E. T', All work execut;et promptly- and guttanr WAIN AND HYLAND (Late JMrua MoonR), CON NESS STREET,, - 2BC X T P M El EL MT. Ilarventing Machinery Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Comlba Forginga Guaranteed. Combined Ploughs Made for Fidl or Vineyard Ploughing, One, two, thriee, or five funrws Two-forroaw \ine Ploughs, with Governor Steerago, if required. SO A RIFIERS, For one or two hormes. Vignorons desiring new styles of implements may hare them made by Giving Sdescription or explanation. -All sorts of Special Ploughs for Vile Culti vation alwrays on hand. ,STI?EL PLOUGH SIIARES--lHornaby Pattern IMPROVED. FOREST GRUBIIERS. WVAIN, and HYLAND were awarded Certificates of Merit for Steel Stripper Comhs, .Sets of Harrows, Single Vine Plough, Scarfier, Stool Shares, and( Double :furrow Field Plough at the late Chiltern Show. N.R.-CIIARGOIS MODERAT'E. Hilfirty and Gourlay, PRODUCE SALESMEN " -...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

GAZETTE NOTICGEN * LEA4Eo *APPRQVE'D. Giceo. W. Jarvis, 3(65a, Wabha Jas. Richardson, 38aOr Op," ,Barnawartha North '. '. !'John Rowldy; 205a 2r 5p, Borringa William Ilodges, 16.0tOr l2p, ]lorrlngama \Willism .asitchell, 15 i"r lip, Blrringts , -...GRAZIN" AIEAS AVAIkAIIL.E. . Bogong -- Oundowring,. 150a, formerly applied for byE. J. Reid -Tragambalanga, 5i00a,formerly applied for by J. 4. Thwaltes; ''allandoon, 2D0a, formerly applied for by C.:Kont;. F5rgunyah flrtl, 425n,, fornierly applied for hy A. W. Scey iour; Dederang, 420a, formoely applied" for by A. Black; (llndonrig, 150,r formerly applied for by A1, A; Quirk:'. ' Auarcrnous LAsa' INona.tsAO. Blonatnra,--I thel parish of Boluamhra 57,000a, formerly portio 'of pastoral allot. oent l1: and 220x, formorly portion of pas: toral allotmncat J, parlsla of Olblboi avo been added to tlhe urrriferca area''

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SPIRITUALISTIC ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

SPIRITIUALISTIC ENTERTAIN 'MENT. Professor S.S. and Clara Baldwin gave a clnvei" and: brilliant performance last evening in the Prince of Wales'. Hall, to a crowded. house."' The clairvoyant performancen' was most extraiordinary. Mrs Baldwin answered questions merely thought of by the audience. The answers were very star ling, in many cases accu rately Lolling the past, and foretelling the future. After answering the question she would correctly state th -.question. Besides this;. the lrofessor.. performed several feats with the ropes, and he did the famous ring trick, by which :a. solid ring is piased over the ,arm "of a. person while their hands are clasped. .This trick. wias done on the open stage, and created imoiicil haughltor.' The thioightroading business, was: ..most -su'cessful- on the stage, arid also in thie miidsat of the audioilce, Mrs. Bahldwit road . the num bdrs not only df ono but;of. .movoral. bank notes without a mistake; SiSho also read uanmes.written; oerhlank c...

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BETHANGA SMOKE RUMPUS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

BETrlIAANGA SMOKE RUMPUS. TO TIIE EDITORI OF TilltE ENTI:EL. Sin,-I see by your last issue that Mr. Cole has tmodemtld his sarcasms, and, in his London Whitechapol style of bravery, has hlad recourso to inalccuracies, for inll s last efftuslou-- cannot call it a letter, for, with all his boasted brains, it's evident hlie cannot write one--he has told three palpable ones, and 1 should be wastilg tihn were I to fol low up this individual's absurdities, the whole tone of which harlonises truthfully and faithfully with Ihis actions, furthermore tihan to say all my actions are open, and, in public allairs, trutlhfully publislhed, and I ln: Inot iashamed of them. As for the leadership. he so often chllrps about, the branch can toll its own tale. 'Mr Cole is very fond of whis pjerine.. I whisper to him--llas the Upper lown prospered under his ledeorship t He also hllts that I get my instructioll from other qluartrs. I infer by thills that he manss to insinullate I am in league with the lal...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 May 1887

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