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THE PROSPECTING VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

T IL PROSPECTING VOTE. The following is t list of theo applications from the Mitts Mitta District for partici patios in the prospecting vote of. 1887-88, received by the Pruspocting Board: QUARTZ. John Bray, Hidden Treasuro, Oiranya; . £200 - ::l-John--Berryman, Try Again, Granlya; £300 :Murphy and Co., Native Youth, Zulu, £ £400 Ri6bhard Joffs,- Zulu, £200 W, D. Tate, Mascotto, Dark River, "£500 . " ALLUVIAL. ' Fralk James and Co., Tlhrg'a Creek, NEW GROUND. ) ,R:.Walton and Co., Firebraco Crook, i, Granya, £50 m J. and E. Simnpso, WVabba, Spring Crook, £100 :'J. D. Ladd, secretary Amnlgamnated MIinors' Association, Bothanga and G'ranyn, £300 J. P. IIHrrington, head of the Mitts M 3itta, £00 t, la s L'Kay, heads of the Mitts and : J.iow, a£250', Samuel Birtles, Reforma, Twist Crook, ,"fl00;:,.,li'. J.., ,' 'i ~,. ..1.1 . Juuoaes \V ry,.PouLt Star, Twist Creck, £250 .. Joseph Robert -Evens, Albion and. lBangor, Cldoar:rook, £350' II. IVuwan, Ionmeward Bouund,llills buriul, 500 ' S" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

T. .r AR lS, ]I.\ll:)jIl?l..;fItR AND TOBACCONIST, '...?' 1 ,. : 0STIllE'T, ALBI'Il (Oppositc Autdralia!l lotel). .. ..i "t :, ,.11 s!Inving, ld; sh |poing . t i.h l hlrl l., and l , i rt' lair carftio ly "i ol if;ll.cr ,)I I , I1 i tr Irem ises. !. INN E Y, tiflil nll.d Shou.y palel, ss T PEARSHOUSE,R. T F. btl'. lli' to thank the public for the past . li e lI .r, ;n , l ufh , by strict atteintion , Blnnesle lld Ii(itte chqrges, to'merit1 rff'l+ i.Gt i. . f t....t of i . a . . 'I. . I) .. . Sit lu llN)i')WN LOO1S' at I 0Eper e?l. cep:Iv thinelllm'!elo; Artof Syey ptricesla . n Hptti'f . itly executed. M i"Ssb PEtARSHOUSE,gt Artist, a ic., Si.fSIf?I i . to ii tn ait o t iti . tt , ,ut. Co)it of (9 luhr-,?,\ o\'doiiga, ah?d.the. surrounld i fg diltf.,, that he has "01l',NDg Stftf ? I i'il \V\rNSI.ND.ST'IEEI, where fi?rytdle? riptio'ofo Artiate ' Materials oand M.Itefrials: for lArit Needtlework may. obe ionah aiting, Oils o I" Terra Cotta Mirror' P si tlin ,' Oriental \Vork, Lustir. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, laun STrlIiT, WsonoanA, Wholesilo and IRetail B .IU T 'C s E 'I. .Wl.a oldent.eetaillshed Butchcry in Wodonga. MaEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Snail Goods of-every description. ,HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. TAlbury and Wodonga Coach Factory. _ CO_ E LLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, ]PEGS to announce that he is prepared to MANUFACTURE E.ERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Moth at Albury and Wodonga. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, " PLUMBER & TINSMITH, IHIGH STREET, WODONGA, B[EGS to announce that he has opened a STinsmith's Shop in the premiss lately used as Tau Smnsaz OtBae. `TANKS ! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths I Bats I Baths I Every description of TINWARE made to .order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. IM USICI MUSIC II MUSIC II Professor L. Iverson (Of the \ ienna Conservatoire of Musio), 'Visits 1 ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. SL...

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

CORIRYONG. S(ioS ovU now coRREsPONDENT.) Aeoilcev took3 placoriii the 24th ult, a1ds althotfgh thie woa'lltdr diring the day wore a thlrcatolnng ispioCf,; ttie ?ttiindancc was in no wise affected, the hall being crowded in every part. The entertain m"ont, which wles ncrodably vardi? li assed off very successfully, the farcet, songs, recitations, readings, and musical solec tions calling forth the warmest applause. The fun was kept going "fast and furious" until the curtain finally fell at half.lpast ten o'clock, when the room was cleared for the inevitable dance, an exerciseo:which fully ecngaged,the torpsi 'choir'in nctivities of a lihge numbeu r until .the ismall hours. The proceeds of the entertainment will go towards the estab lishment of a local amateur dramatic club. ...Messrs T. Mates and Co. hold their usual quarterly cattle sale at Corryong on Saturday, 28th May. The town was thronged with visitors, and competitition was brisk, :hut; thesupply of stock. was limited. Had the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

T. IT. STCTTDR,2 l. RACTICA I, Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician 1'S: " NI R]?V .r;: T; All workoexecuted promptly and guaran. teed. WAIN AND HYLAND (Late JAMES Moose), ,,C'?O:NNES'S STREET, p1E.. - T E R 1V'. Harvesting Machinery Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Combs Forgings Guaranteed. Combined Ploughs Mlade for Field or Vineyard Ploughing, One, two, three, or tive furrows Two-furrow Vine Ploughs, with Governor Steerage, if required. SOARIFIERS, For one or two horses. Vignerons desiring now styles of implements may have tham made by giving ' 'description or explanation. All sorts of Special Ploughs for Vine Culti vation always on hand. STEEL PLOUGH SHARES-Hornsby Pattern IMPROVED FOREST GRUBBERS. VAIN and HYLAND were awarded Certificates of Mferit for Steel Stripper Combs, Sots of Harrows, Single Vino Plough, Scarifier, Steel Shares, and Double. furrow Field Plough at the late Chiltern Show. N.B.-CHARGES MODERATE. Hilfirty and Gourlay, PRODUCE SALESMEN AND Gen...

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TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 27TH MAY. (Before Mr W. H. Foster, P.M., and Mr P. Wright, J.P.,) BREACH OF AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

.... i. --------- ' ,AJLLANGATTA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 27Th MAY.' <Bfore Mr W. H. Foster, P.M.,. and Mr P. Wright, J.P.) BREAC IIOF AGREEMENT. .',Win. Hawley v Mary Black--rfus'i~ns to carry out an agreemeont under. the Miasters and Servants Statute. - With dlrawn; -o juriedictin,. E.,G. Thomas v Alex. Young-illegal detoention of two cows.-Diasisscd. TlMnE IT AWEL . Crown Lands Bailiff v John Reid; jur.. ; ?'eionviig timber froin "Cr'o\,c' hlands 'without a license.-Fined 1 2s (hd costs. Same 'v John Murphy-similar offence. -Fined 5s. . Santo. v' Charles Britton - cutting :'imibor on Crown Lands without a license. -Fined 59. , RATE CASE1.. ..Towong Shire Council v W. Spargo-' rates, .3s.-Withdrawn. Sateo v D. Markey and J. .. Markey. TSummonses extended for one month. i Santo v Midkilton Gold and Cooper Mining' Company.-Settled. SSame v -GranyaGold mining Company I10.-Order for amount and 10i costa. Santo v Morning Star Mining Corn pany-L1 106.--Withdrawn. Same v Dark Riv...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !"—MILTON. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

lobongi & Zoloong Sentinel. Awake.t. Arise! Or be for ever fallen! FRIDAY, JUNE- , 1887.. -4--C- Owing to t~eo. Bstldwin entertainment being fixedfr.r the ?nerd o:;?ning, it was decided to.nlleiw tho.meeting of-thle sare! holders in tho.proposed' Wedonga Build' ing Society stand over until next Monday night, the 7th June. It is to. be.loped that a 'start will this time bo.e inade. By the death of a relative in fho north of England, Mr J; Bell; a, well-known resident of Wudonga, has come in for a nice fortune, which, it is expected, will amqunt to about.£18,000. RecentlyMr I3ll ropoired 'a, communicatios,-fi.im- a firm.of:solicitors,in thp.old, country, in forminglhin of the decease of his brother, who was possessed of codnsiddsable meaina; M:r Beoll has had many s"ups and dowiia~" in his career, apd- in.the evening of his days this, tidy sum will be very ao coptalle.. Ho, will. loayp, for.. Enf aqd shortly. Upwards, of 100 tons of rails. for the proposed Tallangatta line arr...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE AFFAIRS TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE AFFAIRS, TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR, I see, by the last report of their proceedings, that the Yackandandah Shire Council are going to spend £1200 on the Lockhart's Gap road. I also noticed that at the previous meeting a letter was received from a Mr J. Wilson, a ratepayer of the Shir of Towong, ask.- ing the council to do something towards improving the road in question. Behold the mighty result of that humble request ! It is rather remarkable, to say the least of it, that one ratepayer, and he belong- ing to another shire, should hb able to away our august body so easily, when the Upper Kiewa residents have to pay rates in return for the honor of being allowed to make their own roads. All these residents to whom I have spoken re the severance from Yack. for the purpose of annexation to Bright Shire say that if the former body would do a little for them no severance would be wanted. But human nature cannot stand it when the money of these badly-treated peo...

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CUDGEWA—WABBA. 30th May. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 June 1887

(FROM OUR, OWN CORRESPONDENT.)     30th May. Our new minister, the Rev. . T. Alday, of tih Wesleyan Church, has fairly settled among us, and, by his affable, courteoos, and friendly manner, has won the liking and golden opinions of (I think) all, On the occasion of his introductory service, our schoolroom-1 wish I could write church - was thronged, and the rev. gentleman re colved a truly hearty welcome. Mr Alday commented on this, referring to it as an omen of good for his year's sojourn with us. One good result lie hoped for wits a church. Since then each service has been well attended. *Now, what an opportunity for Cudgewa to celebrate the great national event about tb' be commemorated throughout her MIa joety's dmoinions, and other dominions too, I ma ysay-that of building her first public room, either church or hall. Some will be inh favor of one, someno of the other. But is it'n impossibility to have both? Let uts take the two old proycebs as a maxim ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

'1'. iARRIS, -AlRIl): i : ER: A )' TOBACCONIST, T""! T?is:<. STitesT, ArLBUmn (l p;irsite Auistrmalils Hlotu!l): , '.i'l' iH"A.NIS T JIIAGGCO and i'IPIS ) .;v, ,i had. li-i d.it', sl qlt ing,,:hl shampo)in.<, d.' GiChilri?r' dId h ulies' hasir carefilly liitwo t"r i''u or oremises. J. FINNEY, !Ypt, alltli Sho Maker, p.E.1\ -' STREET, ALUBRY.' IT P. D:4S to thiink the public for thl past o. 'flvrli, ollnopies, by'1stl t attention to liUnsihes tin Ihnoderate charges, to aerit co ir~ti oinalce of Oine.? HAND?EW\VN BQOOTS at 20 per cent. lpss thia ei Mbourne or Sydney prices. Repan!b' neatly executeo. " . MSS PEARSHOUSE, Artist, atc NSl RES ~ tq intimate to the residents of . Altry, tiWolonga, nod the surroind loi disticts, that she has ORP.ENED a 'l UlDIO in TOWNESN D.STREET, where every d(c?eo toim, of Artists' Mlaterials and Iatte:'ia!s for Art Needlework any be obtained. The following branches are also Taught: phiia P ainlting, Chrystoleum' Painting, .oonali Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

Mioon I'WitEET, tJlibo'SA, VWlftohdlhe UildntetIll 'IA 'oldest.eiibslhshetd Ilitohui in I 'o;bolgaR. MFATS 'of BEST 'QUALITY Alwhyys oh handl. Snidol ]bbode of every'descriptine. JREFSantil SKINS K'URCHXSED. AilbuPty aid Wo&ondg Coach Faetor&. E*. 0C_ ?JLIsS, 'd .;LBU~RY AN, woDIONfA,i BEGS to ounco'thottllho ij litared'to! MANUFACTURE Elib OESdRlPT ION'bf V*fICLE 'Both'iitAlilii'y aiul'ýVoddhga. Roipaire'lenatly exeoited. All work'guarantb&d. Charges'itrictly nooderate. lFRiDOLF iJOHNISON, IJLU~ BEiB"& TýNSMITH, I 1HIGH STREET, 'WODONGA, "BE.Sio'knoubico thatlhe has oapened al S Tinsnith's Shop in tlhoprettlineaCItely 'used as TitE SSTiNXL' Oftice. 'TANKS.! 'TANK S.. ANKS ! 'All alies made to0M8 r. Ba1ths "! Baths ! Baths ! :Evdory'fs iiptioh of TINWARE moade to' order, 'itl kept in stock.. Orders ly.post piinctially ltti3ided to. "M'USI: iUsI:ic usfOi I, Professoir L. Jilersol' (Of'the Vienna Coneorvatoire of MIuio), Visits 't OI)ONGA dh WVednesdoay...

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LAY READING IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

LAY READING IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TO TnE EDITOR OF TIIE SENTI~EL. Si,--Referring to the mattor of lay reading in the Church of England, I musts bog permission also to say something. Pro hab?ly, whilst we are parloying about this and that matter as boing right and wrong, weo are losing the real kornel of religion, which is to " Do justico, love morcy. nnd to walk humbly bofore God." Now, I main tain that these lotters, besides hieing unseemly, are altogether unchlristian. Which of us, for oxamplo, would like our names lindied about in this manner, with that 'sinister shrug of thoe aslolllors, which, to the world, Implies so very much, but which, to men of honor and justieo, simply refleocts upon those who cast the inmondoes. Again, I might call to the mlnl of thos gallant defenders of the Church of England those words of the 21th article, the last clauso of which roads:-" Nevertheless, it apper taineth to the disolpline of tho church that eoqulry be made of evil mnisltors, ansi t...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

GAdZTTE NOT!ICE.'S. L zcEs ns API!'OVED. fitrcot B3ros., JOOs, Wodonija I). Lynolh, osli., 10a, Talliwgattn S. V. Jcplicott, 4a, Tallanugatta. Lnctsio Ai'IIIwVcn. Lcdwig lloickondori, 42a JIr 21p, Wo. (cII'a Goo. Ariratrong, 218c 8r 4p, Bcrzing.L GJun. Armsctrong, 69a 3r 37p, Borringu.

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 7th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

SJOJ?0NGoC SIIRld C'OUNC'IL. " , TUE?DAY,coiy 7th :JU ?E' i " Present-Crs J. BUnmbrick (president), Johnston, Street, anld Bassett. IMINUTES. Thoe minutes of tl1 previous moeeting were read and ceonlirmned;'' COIiRESi'ONcDENCE. From: the Public Works Departmient (to 3Mr J. Ferguson, . I'.), stating that' owing to tbo'.pressure. of publeio ulsiness, the Minister tloeld not make any appointment to visit the district at preseut.-Received. From 1iessrý Tuthill anud Fergesoi, M.'., on the eubjet bf a special grant, promisieg to do all in their power. Mr Tuthill, i Ilis communication, stated that heo had seen the Minister, and, from the tenor of Mr Nimrno's remarks, he thought a sanu would be placed on the Estitnates.-Received. l'romi thie Public Works Dopartmenet, ne, Icnowledgiug receipt of eouncil's application for £300 for repairing the Wodoona to Tal langatta road, to which due atteutimn would ho paid whee tie Estimnates wcre being pre pared.-R]ecei\ed.l From Mr E. W. Wintle, Queen s...

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QUEEN'S JUBILEE AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

QUEEN'S JUBILEE AT ALBURY. At the meeting of thoe..Albury, Town Council on Wednesday evoning; the mayor brought tinder notice: th necessity for celebrating in some fitting° manner the Queen's Jubilee on' the 21st' inst. He was desirous of obtaining some expression of opinion from':eheo meeting as to what form the celeram tion should take. He thought the school ohildren should'?io given a pie-' nie at the ;racecourse, and from in quiries ho lied ?ridoeho coiuld say! that the cost for special trains would be about £15, btu'thiat if applicationr were made to ' ho' departthi nt they might get the trains much cheaper. He wished, however, to place himself entirely .in their hands and would be happy to take action in whatever particular way they might be decided on. Alderman Mate roso to'say that he considered they had no right to spend the ratopayers' money without their sanction, and he would strongly advise that a publio meeting be held before anything was decided.on. It. was possible t...

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

COMME 1WI 11. Th . WODON(, . Tho : followingb uo the lgtoea jqota tions -a PFhwr, l Cn pot' tci . t' VWito, &i33ht `pw hujhol .': Wilitoounte Ila pot boohol - IBroewn itib, °s3z1 3d01dr besol ,..Cape barley, ;I sid poE bnoihol 'English imrl 4sher bushel: rthullard, 1 per bueelt Polardi s 1 )810 it;clI ib per tue . I·Ta)', 5 per toin P'otatoes (Wa'rosambool), £I per toil 'Pens, se'p~in' hek~cel Iluilzo, li Iaul 1e bushel Balerly, l3d per lb... llutter (fresh), k 1)01r lb:: *ETghx, 1s :11 ae roldu iee i iluttei'.(puttoul), nil lut' lb ~.r'

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

ALBURBY MARKE'T. Mimsrsl1ias. I. Griflitlhiuid Co: reporbt having holdthloir usual fortnightly sale 'at Alhury yards on \Vednosday last, when, owing to the heavy rains, tlh attendance was small, .nal several lots of stock ad gisud'of 4wera no, forward. Cattle. About :30 yarded, iniitly lighL iweight; fresh local cattle, unthing pr'im in. \Ve quote bestl hullocks to L8 10s; cows, to LO 10s; and have sold drafts for Meaars G. St?phahs, T. Cutley, And. Ifore, jun., J. J. HIare, G. A. Cookson, M~irtiu Soy mour, and 20 in odd lots for various oawuors "also a draft of vealers up to L3 IOs on account of Mr J. J. Fl-ue. Shuo;ii.LAblut 2000 yarded, and have sold drafts of fat wethers for Moaors T. and J. Plunkett and Richard Lealiy. jun),. -the former at lts 3d the lattor at 10s. Store shoup.-Nothing god ipn id for, such sdes were ditlicult to offiot at re: duceud rates.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

WTANTED, good OIGENERAL SI-t. VANT. Apply Mrs Wigg, Wadologa. W ANTED KNOWN N-Tho London FA.ILY. HeIIALDe cian be obtained at TuE SNTirNEL otlice. P'rice, 2d per week., Ryan and Taylor, agents. £1 Reward. TOST, from. Mrs Powoll's hotel, two . lbrown HORSES, branded JCO neor shoalder. The above reward will be paid to any person delivering the saine at Mr Peter M'Loan's store. JOHN CARLILE.";, LOSr, from Middle Creek, brown " HORSE, branded JB near shoulder; also, black mare, branded W near shoul. dtier, £5 will be. paid, if tolen a con covic tion of the thief; and"£1 if strayed, on bringing the animal to S J., BLACKMORE., * Ten: Shillingls Reward.; : LOST from Wodonga, bay. HORSE, .L branded 2 over toD.D. vans, Sydney street. . __ t_ `/ i.'I! FOURTEENr ACRES of LAID, near the Town of Wodonga 'Te lo and is cleared and securely fenced in two paddocks. For particulars apply to JOHN MORRISON, or S:'JOHN: WOODL`;AD: i. ' Wodonga, 8th April. TO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS, 600' `ACRES OFD'RIVE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

T. .EI SLATER l'IACTIICAL Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician IA) N ST T t x ' ,r "r0 .A L R U .R Y. All work oexecuted I'omlptly nold guaran teed. \WAIN AND HYLAND (Late .IA.MY MoosE), CONNESS STREET, aOl "E 2 T. Lzl a iLVO. Harvesting Machinery Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Combs Forgings (oaranteod. Combined Ploughs .Made for Field or Vineyard iloughing, One, two, three, or five furrows Twoofurrow \'ino Plonghs, with Governor Steerage, if required. 0OARIFIERS, For one or two horses. Vignerono desiring new styles of implements may have them made by giving doescription or explanation. All sort, of Special Ploughs for Vine Cultil ration always on hand. STEIELh PLOUi4H SHIARElS-Hornsby Pattern IMPROVED FOREST GRUBIIERS. WAIN and HYLAND worn awarded Certificates of Merit for Steel Stripper Combs, Sets of Harrows, Single Vine' PIlough, Scarifier, Steel Shares, and D)ouble furrow Field Plough at the late Chiltorn Show. N.P.--CHARGES MODERATE. IHilfirty and Gourlay, P...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen!"—MILTON. FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 June 1887

,oboltga & .?olu og. ,cntitie. Awake I Arise I Or be for over fallen I ' -MILTon. FR IDAY, JUNBO10, 1887. The Ibeginning of Juno in this year.will berenmembered as being a portion of one oif the' coldest 'wintoy" exporienced in the district for years, ae w? ll as tholugh the raroe dccurreuce of i full 'of eon.v. Saturday broke'gloomy, with slight rain, but on Sunday Wa rather heavy fall oceired, nsidl ai'ilit thi 'teniporacuro fell 'mnic rially, while heavy lpauljs of fleecy clouds, in which the rising ioon beautifully, re fleeted its silvery rays cauneo rolling up froml the West. Little or no raih ell during Sund?y night, lit it wa 'ry" cold, Shortly after eight o'clock, 9n iMonday mioining first rain,oand then snow,:foll, and contiaued. for about two hours, lopg bdfoor which time the :"urroiiiding hills woro Clotlhed pn a mantle of white, giving Iluon's Hill and the Baiandnda Raneges in par ticular a mostl piouresque and uiuetual ap pearaiice. Apart from its novelty, the s...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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