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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 June 1887

i '"ALBU RY' MARKET. Mfesnris Clh. L. Griffiih cand Co. report holding their usual fortnightly market at their Albury market on Wednesday last. Owing to the concinuous rain and the aitraction of a local coursing meeting,-the ittondanco was, much belows thie usual average, prices on the whole being easier, except Tot store) cattle, for which tiero was a very strong demand. Cattle-300 yarded, ovur one-third (.copsisehipg of useful beef; the balance nmoslly very forward-conditioned.. stores. ..Best pens cows, prime antl heavy, to £6 15s; best peons lilht'lilldcks, mt?£7 7? 6;; fienrwrd bullocks, 4 and 5 years old, tdo £ 7e Gd. Thby' :iolul .dra4ts fqrMelsrs- A.. Here, lun., P. Muncoy, L. Markle, P. Maroun, J. King, .Janes Beazley, Goo. Coleman, eon., Dangar, 3I'Domld Bros., and others; also, 300 fat bullocks, through their Melbourne agents.. Calves-They sold a draft for MIr Geo. Coleman, son., £3 2s dd .to £3 15s. Sheep--1800 -arded, including about 400 inferior mut Tn. They sold draft...

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

IP'rmewara, Wright, & Co : ., jLimited. PUBLIC NOr.lCE. rE hug to notify that we have this day D?l I)P ISE'.:i;D of our 1iUJ\ESd at 'irv= ailhl \Vt ,,nug, to I'I':liTI,\VAN, "\VilIGillT'' Iud l'O,,'ANY (Il,,ITED). i:auL h ou reuch plea.murlt in thanking you fur . " ,?.'iilt1 and liberal support receivud Ly us. for mhuy yeau'.t. .'enrevau, Wright, toad Company, . a:ildiid, are well eutablishe-l with branches t:.rIIut thcuLe L .1idv, Ol e , ad agencies il all ?..ts of the world. Wa can cn olideltly reconmillnl tclell, and tr':at they will rcc'uivu a contincicce of yoer .latrolugcu. :\TANL.Y & 11UIR. Altury, 10111 .l.y, 1887. lu reference to sbe above, we have uno uch r h"e..,aer, in coliciti 4a coI ullltiulance'of the -ui'p"port previoly aeccertled to Messrs *?th.ldy and Matir, and ,our patrols luay rest .a surc l of our best eude.ivors.' : ER.IE\VWAN, WRIGHT, & COMPANY . (L?t IITEI)). L. YOUNG, Manager,, -Alilry andl W\Vodolng PFOTOII AL BALSAM,, A MiOST VALUA...

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

T..' E. IL.ATER, PRACTICAL "Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician 1) A.N HSTREET, L II U R Y. All work executed promptly and uaran. teed. WAIN, AND HYLAND (Late JIA.F. Moons), CONNESS STREET,- o x zx r n . n imp Harroesting Machinery Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Co,,mbo Forgings tliuaranteed. Combined Ploughs .Made for oield or Vineyard Ploughing, One, two, three, or five furrows 'Two-furrow Vine Ploughs, with Governor Steerage, If required. SCA R IFIER , For one or two horLne. Vigeernsdeslid now, styles of Imoplements may lave teem made by giving description or oxplanation. All sorts of Special Ploughs for Vino Culti vatlon always on handl. STEEl PLOUGHII SllAES-Hornoby Pattorn IMPROVED FOtRES?T GRUBIIERS. WAIN and HYLAND wele awarded Certificates of Morit for Steel Striipper Combs, Sete of Harrowa, Single Vine Plough, Scarntier, Steel Shares, andl Double farrow Field Plough at the late Chiltern Show. N.R.-CHARGES MODERATE. Hilfirty and Gourlay, PRODUCE SALESMEN ...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. NEW LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 June 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES.   NEW LICENSES. Mary Cahill, 19a 3r 37p, Tangamba- langa William Brown, 20a, Tangambalanga John Cummins, 20a, Bonegilla Geo. Collins, 20a, Thougla Ralph Dunstan, 20a, Tauganbalanga Robert Drummond, 19a, Talgarno John Golds, Berringa Annie M'Glenchy, 20a, Tangambalanga Mary J. Peasley, 11a, Wodonga Walter Paul, 20a, Yackandandah Fred Pinniger, 7a, Berringa Timothy Ryan, 12a, Wodonga A. M. Wallace, 20a, Kergunyah Daniel O'Neill, 19a, Tangambalanga Henry Smith, 17a, Colac Colac. GRANTS APPROVED. Joel Evans, 9a 3r 9p, Wodonga John Ellwood, 109a 2r 32p, Talgarno Thomas Britton, 19a 3r 28p, Yackan- dandah. LICENSE REVOKED. Henry Davis, 720a, Thougla. GRAZING AREAS AVAILABLE.   Benambra.-Granya, 785a, allotment 58, formerly applied for by John Flanagan; Koetong, 810a, allotment 46, formerly applied for by Elizabeth M'Gregor; Cana- bore, 930a, allotment 8; formerly applied for by H. T. Bear; Jingellic, 800a, allot- ment 25, formerly applied for by ...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 16th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 June 1887

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL THURSDAY, 16th JUNE. Present - The president (Cr Burrows), and Crs Robb, Richardson, Mongan, Quirk, M'Leod, Ronan, Smith, and Martin. MINUTES.   The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Lands Deparment, directing attendtion to a proclamation relative to the Yackandandah Cemetery. - Received. From Mr D. Sullivan, Tawanga, request- ing that his name be removed from the rate book for a property known as Howitt's paddock.--The secretary stated that this matter would be attended to when the rates due were paid. From the Town Clerk, Melbourne, re- questing a asubscription towards the cost of orecting a statue of the Queen in Mel- bourne. -Held over. From the Lands Department, intimating that the reservation of 2760 acres in the parishes of Baranduda and Yackandaudah, for the preservation of timber, had been   gazetted.-Received. From the Traralgon Shire, requesting co-operation in the protest...

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

W ANTEDI) KNOWN - The London V FAMIIIY ItIEuALD canu bh obtained at Tne SesTINxL oflic., Price, 2d per week. Ryan and Taylor, agents. ! Ten Shillings 'Reward. " LOSTjfro Wodonj; ,T bay HORSE, branded 2 over to. D. Evens, Sydndy street. . S '£1 Revard7 " Sany, person. or parersona giving ' . IN[ORMA'I'bION that \will load to the conviction of the petty TItIEVES who rob the STREET LAMPS of kerosene 'oil, filling themon up with.lhtr, and also breaking t m...... . " MGOLDING.: olopga, 11th Ju?oe.1887 ".. . - ATIHEiEUM CO CERT.. T..E NEIT ; ., 4 In aid of .tlh Atheonduin, Will ba hold on FRIDAY,,SthJUL New Singers and Spcial Attrations. Two Grand Tableaus l eeoi na d and "Fairy Voices. . . NOTICE:. PA MEETING of the NOMINATORS of Ll IILLIARD TOURNAMENT will bo held at the Victoria Hotel to-night, 24th in stont, at nine o'clock, to appoint handicap pera. Nominators please attend; F.' 0 SMITH." W E 8 L Y:A N CHURCH, W ODONGA. SUNDAY, 20th JUNE. Wedonga, loeven a.m. .,,' i .. i .. IR ,lt AL...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !"—MILTON. FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 24 June 1887

ýi01oo1i d& l 0olouolg 'ClftlltcI ,Awako I Arise! Or be for ever fallen! F IDAY, JU.NE , 1588, IT is fifty years ago this week, since Queen' VIroliIA ascended the throlie, and' Her MIijesty is the . only "Queen Regnant in the history of the world that has for so long a term reigned as monarch.: The :Joiled whicli was:on Tutesday last ushered in all over the' world-wide empire is, therefore, unique ini that regard. No other Queen has reigned over so wide an empire, and in tha!t respect, also; the Jubilee has a uncique quality. Th) Jubilee fires of ldyalty bIlaed beneath every constel lation the wide world over-osymbols of empiro wider and more united than tlhe world ever saw before. The Juibilee marks a temporary halting place, whence to survey a half century, uiique in thedlevelopmsent ef commerce and in the' conquests of science. Steam and electricity are, it is true, not absolute discoveries within .the half century, but their developmeints as applied sciences within thu t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

TI' EI. SL.ATER, PRACTICAL Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician DI;AN STREET, A, L B U R ,Y." All work executed proliptly and.guaran teod..:' WAIN AND HYLAND . (pato ,IA'M. Moona.), .C'OtN:NES',F.S STREET, Harvesting Machinery Carefully Repaired. SUnequalled Steool Stripper Combs' Forgings (Ouarantoed. Combined Ploughs Made' for Field or Vineyard Ploughing, ',One, two,, :;teeo, or live furrows Two-furrow Vine lsloughs, with Governor Steerage, if required . S C A R IFI ERS, For one or two horses. Vignlerons desiring now styles of implements may have them made by 'iving - description or explanation. All gorts'of Special Ploughs for Vine Cultl; vation always on hand. STEEL PLOUGH SlAltlES-Honusby Pattern IMPROVED FOREST GRUBBERS. A.. ' WAIN and HYLAND wese awarded Certificates of Merit for Steel Striprer Combs, Sets of liarrows, Single Vine Plough, Scarifier, Steel Shares, andi Double. furrow Field Plough at the late Chiltern Show. N.I.-CHARGES MODERATE. Hilfirty and Gourlay, PRODUC...

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THE ROAD THROUGH O'DONNELL'S TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

THE ROAD THROUGH O'DONNELL'S TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIHE RENTINXL. SIn,-1 noticed in your report of the Yackandandah Shire Council that the residents of Gundowring are agitating for a road through Mr O'Donnell's paddock. Now, Sir, those same people had that road closed about twelve years ago, and tn w they want to have it reoopenedl. It will cost the council from £300 to £400, exclusive of comlponasntio toMrO'Donnell, and to say nothingof ruining that gentle man'e property. And what for ? Simply to shorton the road a couple of miles to the railway line. The council have already applied to the (Goveorlnment for anesistanco to make the road over Stuckey's Gap to the railway line, which is absolutely necessary, and which road will suit the Gundowring people just as well as the road through O'Doneell's paddock. The rate. payeors of the whole shire abould protest againlat o mlluch of thlir monoy lbeig squanlderd on useless roadworks at Tan unlabalanga. Take, for ilstanco, Huggins' Gap, just c...

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

WVODOiNGA MARKET. Mossas Dougharty, Son and Parker ro pnrt having held their usual fortnightly salo in thoir yards, \Vooloioa,j on Monday last, sJlliil Mr O'Neil'o a wa'to £4 15, AIr Oriusthivaito's blillck. to £7 10s and cows tt£512ia'Od, MrO'O'Odiinoi.'I stuoors at £4 15a, Mr Haluy's lhoifors at £3 10s, Mr H. Strcot's cows at £5 I7s lid, Mr Boycu's CIVw at £4.12sa d, and bullocks ati £ 12s Od, Mr Dillon's steers at' £ o5, Mtr M. Comtnnor yioung cattle it £2 IUp, 1Mr W. Steel's bullucks at £7, cows to £0, Mr Iartlutt's team of ton workers, %aggoni, and ta'ldilh at -£120, and Mr Leonard RiclhirldsilY s o 'ca at lls p l'and, amd variiuul bdd lota for other ownVra. _

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

GAZETTE NOTICErCqi -1 ' -LEASE S--APPROVF.D.r ¢ ýVillia`n AMitclell, 24a 3r 18pi, Bisringa Geo. A. Post, 737a, Wahva Joseph Dobinson,ý550Qa Tintaldra Daniel Duncan,'8a ~Yabib ''' fThos. Couglan 0652a, \Valwva Thns HI. Bear, 934a, Canabnro Walter Hy, Bear, 977n, Canaboro Arnold Meyors. 977a, Cudgewa David-Parry, 358a, Colane Colano Prodk. Shmanok, jun., 00a, Keoolangio' Jno. Briggs, 3(a, Cudgewa .-. "-T," Gen. Murrell, 408a, Colao'Colha ' Alex. Oardfvpll. 304x, -Vaura-r r ;Tno. Tirnor, O235, 'iiitildiha Wim. Paton, 190ae Xahn. T:, a'y r Tacob MildronT, 980~t, B.rrina . Uenaeph Land, sorn., 477a, Cudgowa WVm. H onry M'Farland, 375a, Cudgow a Arnold A. Baokhaus, 438n, Yabba A rchibald Blair, 106a. Yabba ,Chas J. Blair, 088a, Canabnro ,Jun. . C. oysh, 692a, Cledowa .Tno. Humphrey, 605n, COlgeowa Froedk. A. Klippel, 535a, Colao (olao tArthur Land, 200a, Cudgowa ,' Jas. A. Maddison, 403a, Tintaldra 8 GlAZINo AnnAr AVAILABnLE. '. 785a, Granya; 810a, Knotong; 800n;, Jingellic: 960a, Berring...

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 24th MAY. (Before Messrs W. Huon and W. Hill, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

JVOODONUA POLIEO COURT. FilDAY, 24th IMAY. (Before Moasrs W. Huon and W. Hill, J.p.) J. Pfeiffer v Chluaucy, £9. is, wages.. 'The plaintif.had engaged Mr: Wilkinson, of Albury, to appear oll' his behalf, and is the solicitor was unable to be present, he asked for at puotploneient. Defendanlt, hIowever, wished the case to be gone on with, as hito mighlt be calledd.waty, oln business in a few days, and he was opIposed to losing any more time over it. The Bench suggested that the I.artine should arrange to postponel the case fJpr a., wlek, with the understal ling that, if it were' iniconvenient for dlefendant to attend then, the defeidatit shoutld Ie entitled to a further postponement.t. The parties wern: satislied with this, anil the case was theni adjourned for ia week. UNREasTertnE DOG. Alfred VotslIo was sunimolned by Robert Dylbll for being the owner of an unregistered dog. The defendatl .had registered the aoinil' since the date of survice of the suinoimns--13th June. Tlhe dog-uo...

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REFLECTIONS ON THE JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

REFLECTIONS ON. T11H JUBILEE. By Minlrttlssh;oeit. The Jubilec hais come itld gone. Much tlhat was laudable was attellpted, much that will lot die out at once wais done, and much unnecessary ltash was indulged in at times; but, taking It all in all, the Jubilee has fortmed a Ieasant little breakl in the weary routine oa thile year to manlly of us, all, although it will le almost forgotten before the next decade is over, yet it will have accomplished a iuseful task in brushing up our history and itt sltwing as what royalty and its associations rcally are, it Itlo also l;eoon teful ii as fiiar as it hii b5cei atn oppo'tuno timeu for tus busy, hurrying nino. teantt century ,.priolleny to stand Tfor at mnotoent andl view wihat welhavo adcomlplished hduring the past half-ceitury,'and the. slght we see well repays tile gazing on it. \e have all seen the dilference there is bIetween the b;are stage of.a thleatro .and the , ame stage who, adornUod with all the betiuties aiul inhabited, by a...

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DEDERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

DEDERANG. ---- :(rno.r outL owN. coittaIroN14T). , Not a sign of a Jubiloo. 2 We, have no Slsrgyi Government officers, or flukoy!tto' raise a commotion amongst us: It sabmas that the old lip loyalists are moving to wards democracy with the youth. SnoWsetoriesaroold, but wehavycalo hero about a juvenile who made a bust of' snow as might reflect credit on a second-class artist, resembling one of our local coun cillors, save that there was a piece of opossum skin for scalp and oyebrows. Some of the ratopayenr of the Upper Kiowa are not pleased with the way the Yackandainlah Council is spending the money for the riding. The sympathy of your own is with them, ts theyl are sadly in the want of a track to Bright., I would suggest that "Paddy Malone,"'. " W\m. Grindstone," and "Duncap M'Dougall," be up and doing, and infuse some young blood into that old body at the near August election. Some wrouek ago "your ownt" at Oun dowring, for the want of news, mentioised something about arii Ilib?r...

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

CORRYONG. (FROM OUR OWN CORIRESPONDENT. Thu spooinl day of Juhilee is past, and whilo celobrations and rojoicingshavo been Sgoing' of ni theon'teido wrsdrld, Cttrrj'ong has not'btobn behildliand in testifying its loyalty. Our delonnnstrtinti took thu F form of a concert, but the, weathor on. Jtibilue day proper behaved itsolf nso iiiot rogoously-rplurihg down a.porfect jnbijeo offraolh--itht tt was doomeed advienshlb to postpone the concert until Friday, 24th Imntant, notwithstanding that somle 50 people biravýl' thi'? bgillious olomonts uon Ttiosdn;)t ,tlThe'y: w'co n ,. ut rl'ril, ho'wt ever, to dopart witliut qomio iroewnriioi their devoticon,, and.soevirnal sangs were Iung:by..way oftoemptorry consolation and sit'Rforotanto,.f what: mighit, beo:xpoeted \oli the Friday eveoning, On that. date hniwoveor, the weather'-was still in an itigniianio'e siod,:hut 'ii apiit'df !itsevb~;' uujutbileo-liko 'oehavio-r vo very largo' atdii?hd tes1?nt bldl iit thd IAttitoneittt hbll to jtostif....

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

A SERIOUS 011A.(I B. At. the Albuty Quarter Sessions.on Friday, bluore' Judge Forbes and a jury, Johnl Davis, a young mlan, commietted for trial at Howlong, was arraigned on a e.liargo, of breaking' and ontoring the residence of A. Entwletlo, at Walbundrie, with intent to commnit a rape, to which he pleaded not guilty. He was defended by. Mr Wilkinson. The facts of the case are, shortly, that ton t|he'night iif the 11th of May last, the accused, who was ouployed at the Walbundrio Station, ts a boundary rider, welt to ia store kept bIy it Mrs Entwistle, close to t the llillaboug Crook, where, he broke into a bedrooim occupied by a girl iaimed Emily Tholias, employed by Mrs Entwistle, between one and two o'clock ill the miorning. The accused, it was alleged, pulled the girl out of bied when Mirs Entwistle appeared, and he ran away to his hut, having to cross the Billabhing, which lay on the track. Inforrmation of the occurrence was given to the police, and at throe o'clock in. the mor...

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

COMMEROIAL. \ WODONOA. iT, Tho following aro tho latest qulota in' l lour, £1) por ton Whonat, 3's OI per hushlol ) lnitor (potted), 9d mor lb Potastoos (\arrntuubool), £4 porton Barloy, 3d p?r lb. bluttor (fresh), is per lb Eggs, is ald por dozen Whito oats, 3s por bushol Brown oats, 2s 3d per buhalh Cape bnrloy, 3a Gd per bushol English barley, 4a per buahol

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

PUBtLIC NOl'LCE. . TE b, to untifl; tla we ha, this day D+"I'' " O- ) s of our JtNl. lESS at AlbIIuy alld W\otolnt n t, I'I lt1I'\i AN, W RL(TII , aLnl Cl:()Il'AN (LIIITI''ED). and hrtie much pleatr,, in thouking ydoufoi the kin I uln lihur.d ++tpe.r, reaeived by an fii rllilli' 'Lstidi l o for romny yiro. IPrnIe v'w, it \ri.g1dt, and ('Iolulaluy, .Li ni, , at. nml-t s.? u!iahe wimith ranchelo through nint the olhnmies, anl aguncies in all p''mrtsn t''oe v'nrhl, W ie .a ,utile,t ',lly ' t'ecmnineui them, and trust they will reicive I'a eontinitniue of your pat:'onageo. 'I'ANLEY & 31UIR. Albury, 10th BMty, 1117. In roefereneo to tha above, we have much ple'sua in soilkiting Ia onilltihnlnUo of the oupport previously nc.aortled to Blesors Stalley aundl uir, and our patrolls nlay restt assulredll of ollr bhst endeavors. :.. I'ERMll 'AN, WVilUI'IT, & COMPANY (LIMITED'). I i J. YOUNU, Manager, : Albury, and Wlongai'. SPECTORAL,: BLSAM,: A MOST VALUABLE AND OERTAIN QUIRE F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, IItoe STREET, WOlO.NGA, Wholesale and Retail B U T C It E R." TLe oldeat.established Butchery iin , Wodonga. MEATS of BEST QUALITY , Always on hand., SAlbury anrd .Wodaii'g * Coach Factory. E_. O. ELLIS, OF .ALBURY AND WODONGA, BEGS toannounee that he is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION" of VEHICLE Both at Albury and Wodoug.. Repaltr neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, i. HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS ton asunre that ho'has opened a J Tinsmithls Shop i the premleselately Used as THu S?wrINEL Ofico. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths ! Baths 'I Baths I Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. M USICI MUSIC II MUSIC I Professor L. : Iverson (Of the 1 ienns Conservatoire of Music), Visits "N ODONGAO on i Weduesdays sad . Saturdays.. , Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. Liaen, aid Lt ,Live'. CHARLIE: 'SYMONS H S started t...

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CUDGEWA—WABBA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 1 July 1887

SCUDGEWA -V.ABBA. x (rno. oUv own conslProneoF'T.) -Jiibiloo w; k with ni us nu e unhred in by heavy rain, which continued until Sunday, the 26th Juno. On the receipt of our impors ou Saturday last--and we who nio the fortun,1to subscribers to The IVodouja and Towbluj Aentiiel, obtain two, a 'Mel bouriib aid \Vodonga weekly--wo ciuld read aind'hear'of liardly anything butitho jritnd celebrations and doings of the netighboring and distant towns throughout Victoria for the' week` :\We, word rtruly loyalin naningour colony after our Queen. Her Majesty's subjects throughout her dominions have hardly done ho,ter, and even those of the mother century caislot but say, " Well done, loyal Victorians.?. 1 regret that we could not send a tolegraphio despatch of our " gay doihigs ' on Cudgown, but, like the lany who coin forted hoerself in saying she would go t the next Centtnnial Exhibition in Philadelphia, we oill next time. The only outward and visible sign of loyalty-I was, nearly writing r...

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