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

TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL, TUESDAY, 7th JUNE. Present--Cr Carkeek (in the chair), Ssarlett, Thomson, Larsen, and Robinson. CORRESPONDENCE. From Departmeont of Agrioulture, re quiring signature of shire trossurer as claimanb to grant in aid of parks and gardens.-Attended to. From Department of Mines and Water Supply, asking if the council had any water supply objection to sale of a portion of land in parish of 3Mitta Mitta.-No objection. From Lands Department, stating that. as the council, as managers of Borringa' Common, failed to satisfy the Land Board that said common should not be curtailod, applications for land thereon would be allowed to proceed.-No notion; Mining Department having objected to the selec tions. From Water Supply Department, asking if the council had any water supply objeo tion to allotment 27, 15 aores,, parish of Tallandon. being granted under section 32, Part III, Land Aot 1884.-No objec tion. From same, asking for similar objection to alienation of 3 acres of lan...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

`GO IMEIIAIi. WODONGA. The following are the latest quota. tions : Flour, £9 per ton Wheat, 3s ,1 per lbushl Butter (putted), 9d per lb Potatous (Warroanibuol), £4 per ton Barley, 3d per lb. Butter (fresh), 10d per lb Eggs, Is Gd per dozen White oats, is per bushel IBrown oats, 2 :ld per bushel Cape Iarley, 3s lid per bushel " English barloy, 4s per bushol Blran, le per bushel Pollard, lI per bushel V Chaff,:i 10a per ton Hliay, 5 lpar tonl Poeas, 4s per buslol Maize, 3s Ud peor bushol

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

FOOJTBALL. -4--~--- On Satur.lay the Albury Fedorals jour. neyed to Tellain.atta, to try conclusions with the loeal club, in vehiclespmqnided by 5Mr Stewart. Every pInri is due to him for the manner in which hI drove his teLan, for in tile weather this would have been one of the mlut enjoyable parts of the trip. Ioth teams had a good record, and the game was loiked forward to with interest. The rain hul made the ground in a very sloppy state, and it was with difficulty the playerskoplttheir feet; The Tallaungatta team was captained by Henty, and the visitors Iby Frate, anl as tile Fedu rals could only get fifteen non the T'al langatta team kindly agreed to play that number. For the first half the game was very even, only one goal being scored, by Hurton, for Tiallangatta. The next quar. ter saw a.nother goal kicked for the same team by Sutherlnil, followed by one by Campbell. The "FAlR" nowv Ibeganto play with something of their old dash, nill quickly rushed the hall to their oppone...

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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

IUNDOIRTN'Nf. (FROMa OUR ow CounRIRPONSDE'T.) I am rather late in theL ay in chroniel ing the fact. but I: noevrtheloss'-.tnlk the opnortunity of telling vynu that we had a fall of snow in this niiehlrlarhnod, in comn mon with many ether parts of the district and the colony, on Mfonday, the (thl inst. Our visitation was heavier than that re pmrted from parts of the Ncirth-Enst,'for it commenced at lbout eilit a:.m., and continued steadily till abnut two p.m. It spread a uniform sheet of white over everything, and lay in mases on .theo lxuchs of leafy trees, which it occasionally cracked off. A"propis of the subject, I would slngnet, Mlr Eiitor, thEt, wee call the fall the Jubilee snow storm. I charge you nothing for the idea. and think it is as aap propriate as that of the tailor who adver. tises " J.Tiloi pints." or that of the Iland auctioneers who hoenor their Sovereign by selling Jubilee nshurlhii blks. Advance Gnndowriug and Dederani't We have a butcher cninl'er round reeularly...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

aAETTE NOTIONS AoI rcvI.vTITuIAL , A NAZING LANDS INOHZAHIED. TEbfogong.-.l"Trendtidn, San, formorly licuIIod. t T(. Kilby. ,LWF.NNEN AxI'POVlED. Jrdinhlt \\' Klinge, lOn, 1'odlngla Suain:i Hmozppnstdll , :JOj,, Jingoll:F.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, HiGln STREeT, \Woot(;A, i Wholesale and Retail "B U'T c lIf E! IR.m. 'Ti? " oldcst.establisied Butchery in Wodoga, ' )MEATS of BEST QUALITYi. .Always on hand. Sinai Goods of every description. d iDESand SKINS PURCHASED. Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E.. c.. ELLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, BEGS to. announce that he is prepared to' MANUFACTURE' , EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE : oth at Albury and WVodonga. Repairs neatly executed. 'All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. ,FRIDOLF. JOHNSON, SPLUMBER.'& TINSMIT,' 1 •-HIGH STREET, WODONGA, PlEGS to announce that he hsn opened a 'J Tinsmith's Shop in the premiseslately 'sed os Tu Sstsrse Oflice.. , 'TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. ':Baths I Baths'! Baths ! Every description of TINsVARE nade to lorder, and kcptin stock. . :: ' : i Orders by post punstually ttendled to. JUSIC USIC !! MUSIC ! .Professor": L'., l* erson (Of tie l ienna Conservatoire ofMusilc), Viits 1, ODON(A on Wednesdays' ani 'Sat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

- .E. ' H SLATER, PRACTICA L :Watchkriiaki Jeweller & Optician 1 E A' N': sHTIt 'l E rT, '.' All workoLccietod lo:dlutly Un.l guaran. t 'dlt ', . • ' WAIN': :AND 'HYLAND (Late Jtles SNI6idr), ., CONNE:88 STItEE T, c4mE I Y. 5 R Nr. Harviestlng Machliler Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Conmbs Forging0 (tGuaranteeld. j ml, Com bine cd Plo iighs MadU for Fiold or Vineyard Plughling, One, two, three, or tive furrown l'Two.furrow Vine lonughll, with Governor Stcerago, if required. SC A R IFIER., For nol2 or two horses. ,Vlgtiurot desiring new sty.les of imnplmclnts may have then maIle by giving " ' description or explanatio. All sorta of Special 'louglhs for Vine Cultl vration alwhays on ha?ld. STIEEL PLlIOUGH SliAltES-Hornshy' Pattorn ,!bhr. IMPROVED, FOREST GRUBBIRS WAIN andi HYLAND 'weeo aierdcd , iCertificatesa of Merit for Steel Strijpur Coinhb,, Set1 'of llarrowS'R Shile )Vine Plough, Scariferi Stoel Sihaore, and D)ubr furrow Field Plough at the late Chilteri'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

W ANTI'l), good OGENERAL"'SER.' VAN T. Apply lMra W'igg;, Wodongia. W ANTED KNOWN --The. London FAMILY I-RAU.LD can be bbtalneddat TiE SENTINK~. lliUo0 . 'rice, 2d per week. Ryan a.uld Taylor,:agents,: ,','. . ::' Ten Shillings ,:Reiýard.i. .' OST from lVodionigan, bay' HORSE, L brnuided 2 over to. D. Evans, Sydney street, ' , £1i !i Reard; !j ; TOST, fronm- Mra Powell's hotel, two . -brown HORSES, branded JC niar shoulder. The above reward will be paid to.; any person !deli'ering teO same at Ali Peter .M'Le.n's store. JOHN CARLILE. . £1 Reward STRAYETDfr.in Wodonga Flats, a dark. brown HORSE, branded S on off shoulderi alao, bay MARE, branded.EH noi: near shoulder. If strayed tie above reward will be paid; and, if stolen, £10 will be giviri on conviction of tle thief. HENRY STEAD, S £1' Reward ' - : T O any punroi or, persons givilng .JL IN'FORIATI'ON tliht will lead : to the conviction of tlhe petty 'HIEVES'who rob the STREET LAMPS of. kerosene oil, filling theml ulp with writer, ...

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THE ALBURY CATTLE YARDS QUESTION. DISORDERLY MEETING IN THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

THE ALBUBY CATTLE YAIIDS QUESTION. DISORDERLY MEETING IN THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. On Tuesday evening a publlcnmeeting was held at the Mechanics' Institute, for the purpose of considering the cattle yarla question. Shortly after the proceedings commenceod, the hall was crowded to its fullest extent. The chair was ostupied by the mayor (Mr T. I. Griffith), and Messrs Joseph Matthews, Geo. Adams, L. W. \ValiMer, T. iI. Mate, J. A. KeLnedly, C. Ten Brink, and A. Freow also occupied seats on the platform. The mayor, in opening the meeting, stated that about eleven o'clock on the previous day he had been waited Ulhn by a deputation, consisting of Messrs lell Brink and Walider, who asked him to call a public mooting of the ratlpayers for the following evening, and he had acceded to their re quest. Tile notlic, however, was a very short one, and he considered the ratepayers were entitled to Ia longer one. The purpolse for which the meetilng had been called was also very ambiguous. It snid,...

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

THE BRAGWELL PAPERY: I'm looking up my family pedigree, and diligently searching for any musty, age stained documents that may happen in alny wise to refer u, those respectable inlditiduals who are distlinguished with the postinhumous honor of being my aucestral forefatherse. What is more, I think I1m ono the right track, for the genealogy of the Biragwells ca bie traced back to the fallingl of the 'l'ower of Babel, and a great deal further too. Now, if 1 call prove that may great grandfather's graot-great-uncle had a groat-great-great cousin, whoso great-great anit' married somebody equally great, as far as runsoto. nress of kinship is concerned, and that someubody, whoever he was, founded the Whaddon Estates, ahla I the day is not far dirtimt when the wholo strff of The Sentiiel: office, from the editor down to the printer's dev-h-lum, asisltant, will ob sequiously touch their hats in rmy presenceo for feeling assured that the Bragwolla had sonoething to do with those estates. I a...

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THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE. PUBLIC MEETING IN ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

THE. QU.EEN'S JUBILEE. .PUBLIC" MEETING IN ALBURY. On Friday evening a public meeting was held in the Council Clnumbers, for the pur pose of determining on celbratling in some fitting manner tie Queen's Jubilee. Tie room was filled, and the chair was occupied by the mayor (Mr T, . 11. Griflith). SThe mayor, in explaining the object of tile meeting, said that he considered lie woild not be dloing his duty were he to allow tile occasion to pass without giving the rate. payers an opportunity of determining onl something to her Majesty tie Queen. lie hail moved in the matter c the council, but, at the suggestion of hi brother aldermen whom, he had no doubt, were right-it was decided to place tile matter before the rate. payers. He would leave it to the meeting to decide as to what form the celebration should take, but lie might point out that he liad suggested that the children be given a pionio at tle racecoerso, but, owing to the unpropitioui character of the weather at , this tune of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

pimewan, Wright, & Co., Limited. PUlt.lC NOf1C(,E. "? Sl? h to notify that we have this ,lay UDISL')ONI,,i of o.e lhJ.I1;lNES. at A.4bury and O\\')dog.t to PE.M11,\\VAN, WJU.GT'', aud C(O.ti.\ Y (LIMITED). 4nd 1have much pleaunre inll thanking you for the kind aind liberal support received b)y ui ifor nuliny years. .Permewan, Wright, and Company, Limited, are well e?tllalishlO, with branches througlhout the roloiuas, andl agencies in all Iparts of the world. We can conthlleltly recolllnielld tlhe, and trust they will receive a conltinuance of your Ittronage. STANLEY & MUIR. Albury, 10th IMay, 1337. Il reference to the abovei, ve have much 3llealsure in ioliciting a culltinuancu of the lipport previously acLortdetl to 3losers Stanley and iMuir, anid our pat4rol a111y rest ts0aauredl of our Ielt eldleavors. PER.Ml\yAN, W1IOIIT, & COMPANY (LIMITED). J. YOUNG, MaInger, Alhury and W oiongs.. .~CETORAL BALSAM, ArILOST VALUABLE AND OERTAIN : CURE FOR c4ouglgh, Co0hl...

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

WO DONGA MARKET. -4---c- Messirs Doughiarty; Son, and Parker roe port hlyling held their dsual fortnightly sale on Monday last, in their yards, Yndosngs, wheon they sold'aholmut OO headI at nlata quota. tiones, viz.:-Mr 1'. aeymoour's hllooke s at £06 s, sows at £0; Mr Hoon's bulloclks at £7 17s GI and £7 IOs; Mir Carr's cows to £5 17a il; Air E. Willlunos' pulloks at £5 Is; Mr yatiss' biliocOke at £5 l2, cows to £5 17s Od; Mr Pollard's cows to £at 58 Dubalbl-I boksa to £7: 33 stoeers and heifers at £4 Os asnd £2 10 Gd respectively; 33 steers from Dedorang to £5li; and various lots for. local owners.

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen—MILTON. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

MIobottgrt & Votuong- 5ttizncl: 4wake Arise Or be for ever fallen I FRIDAY, JUNE17, 1887. TiE verdict of the jury in the Windsor accident enquiry is very much on the lines which might easily have been foretold from the general course of -the investigation, .Tlhey impute groiss negligence to the driver and guard of the ordinary train, attach great blame on the Prahran station master, and charge the traffic depart ment, with laxity of-supervision. and systenatic .. eglect .: Thie trio wlhom the jury select for condemnation ly nameo are the saume men against whom Mlr PunvEs direoted th6 weight, ofhis advocacy, and upon.whom the coroner in his summing up placed the burden of responsibility It is b16t igmark able, therefore, that' the jury should have follow.ed the strong lead thus given. We do not think that anyone can rise from alJ exanmination of the evidence without comin gto. the oon clusion that Ka'rs, LAxo, and Genon all committed errors which contributed to cause the acci...

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THE QUEEN'S JUBLEE AT YACKANDANDAH. YACKANDANDAH, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

THE QUEEN's JUIILEE AT   YACKANDANDAH.   [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT).   YACKANDANDAH, THURSDAY. At a meeting of the Shire Council to-dya, Councillors Burrow (president), Mongan, M'Leod, Robb, Richardson, and Smith casrried a motion subsiding the local residents' collection with a sum of £20 towards celebrating the Jubilee. Councillors Quirk, Ronan, and Martin dissented from the proposition. At the same meeting, Messrs Gordon and and Gordou's (Wodonga and Albury) design for the front office of the new shire hall was accepted.      

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BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 17 June 1887

BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A.   The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the above was held on the   8th instant. Member Giroud was voted to the chair, and Messrs Hall, Burke, Wilson, Butters, Sanders, Ashford, Pearce, Jury, Rule, and the secretary were also present. A letter was read from the A.M.A., Creswick, containing the report of the half-year, showing the position of branches generally, and com- menting upon the lengthy lock-out at Kaitangata, N.Z., and likewise showing the number of branches in the A.M.A. to be 36, Ilnking the total number of mem- bers 12,058, with the total amount of funds £14,404 18s.-Voucher for name,   proving receipt of levy for Kaitangata. Letter from the president, containing the resignation of the vice-president.-From the A.M.A., with reference to proposed alteration of general rules by Bendigo and Ballarat.-- Letter from Mr W. G. Spence, dated Dunedin, 16th, May, stating that he had waited upon the management of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 June 1887

JOHN G. WV:LGG, [Iaun STIYeT, W~1ODO'A, WVholesalo lud Retail B U T C it E R. TIh. sidet-estaslllsled Butdeery In WVodonga. MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on Ihand. Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E. C. ELL"IS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he Is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE BotkatA1hury and Woesuga. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, .PLUMBER & TINSMITH. HIGH STREET, ' WODONGA, BEGS'toasounre that helse op?ed a' TihaE k's Shop in the preiseis lately 'used as Tamaf31TINEL Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sies made to osrder. Baths I Baths ! Baths 1 Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders by poet punctually attended to. M USIC MUSIC II MUSICII Professor L. Iverson (Of the \ eans Couservatoire of Music), Visits 1ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres--Alen's Terminus Hotel. "Live, and Let Live.' OHARLIE" SYMONS HAS stsared the BEST CAB on the 'line,be...

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 June 1887

S , OMMERCIAL., WVODONiGA. The' following are" the 'lateos quoba tions : Flour, £9 per ton * : Wheat, 3s Od per busliel Butter (potted), 9d per lb Potatoes (Warrnambool), £4 per ton Barley, 3d per lb. Butter (fresh), Is per lb iEggs, 1s d per dozen ' ' ' Wite oats, 3s per bushel Brown oats, 2s 3d per busheli ' Cape barley, 3s id per bushel English barley, 4s per bushel Bran, is per bushel .. Pollard, is per bushel Chaff,£3 10s per ton .'· : Hay, 5 per toe Peas, 4s per bushel

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THE BETHANGA ATHENÆUM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 June 1887

THE BETHANGA ATHENIEG?UM. TO TIHE EDITOR OF~TIHE SENTINEL. Ssn,-May I crave a short space inl your next issue, to correct a statement which appears ill a contemporary, from its Bethanga correspondent. In fact, I must give the lie direct to the Bothanga correspondent of that paper. He says, in connection with the Atheonmun at Bethanga, "The question cropped up where it should boe. Mr R. D. Colo offered his hall, but certain objections wore made to the use of it, aind it is generally believed that the majority would have preferred to have the institu tion by the Church of England." This ihe knows to be false, for the question has never yet cropped up as to the site, and Mr R. D. Colo's genorous offdi for the free use of his hall and furniture for twelve months was unanimously accepted, with thanks; and this has also pit us off the question as to site, for the majdrity, of sulbscribera can soon settle that point. As to his suggestion that MAi Bilbrough give a site, this is not ri6luire...

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STUD BULLS FOR THE UPPER MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 June 1887

STUD BULLS IL FO TIllE UPPER MURIRAY. Ir .T. Whitehead, of Wabha, who, as we mentioned Inast week, purchased a number of young I:edigreed bulls front the famous Arundel herds, has succeeded in securing a very nice lot of youngsters. They passed through Tallangatta on Satur day last, in charge of Mr Whitehead. A' brief glance at their pedigrees may prove interesting to local stockowilors. The first, Cuspius Fadus, as Ih is called is a mulberry nean, calved March 25th, 1885, got by County Member, dam Cus tard, by King (521 in N.S.W. herd book). g d The Cuzco, by Major Bolth. Red Rover, the next of the lot, is a red, with white blaze and stockings, calved August 10th, 1885, got by Sir Roderick, danl Red Rose, by Lord Chesterfield, g d Angora by Major Booth. Royal Robin, the third noticed, is a roal, calved August 11th, 1885, got by Agabus,dam Rodorica Rose, by Sir Roderick; g d Anugra, by Major Booth. Lord Mulberry is a red roan, calved August 23rd, 1885, got by Lord Elcho, danm Mulga,...

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