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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 August 1887

T. JE. SL-AT:ER, T,,1:PRA'CTICAL . Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician A I 'B :U 'R y ' te. d. ' . .' . . ..,, !" n. , , . ..... :, d I WYAIN AND HYLAND (Late L.tImS M IuI:), ; C. 0 N N S 8 T R E E T, q0 3E X . X SW 33 EL IV. Harvesting Machinery Carefully Repaired. Uneq ' llcd Stee Stripper Comslia Forgings (Guaranted.l ... Combined Ploughs Made for Field or Vineyard Pliiughing, : .' One, twoi, three,. ur iive furrows T, ro-fuetow Vinu Ploghsi, with Governor Steerage, if required. SO A R I F I E R S, For one or two horces. Vignoromn desiring now styles of implemenits Ma y have themn rmde by riving description or explanation. All sorta of Special Ploughs for Vine Culti ration always on hand. . '*TBlEL; PLOU(OH SHARKES-- Iornhby Pattern ..IMPROVED FORltST GRUIIBlERS. WAIN and HYLAND wuie awanrded 'Certifiqates of Merit for . Steel Stri'p'" Combs, Soet of iHrrows, inigle I'li Plough, Scarifier, Steel Shares, 1nd Double fuirow Field Plough at the late ,eChiltern Show; ' N.RB.-CHARG...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 August 1887

COfIIf YONG. * -4----- (moO son ow0R N CoW ltHsroPNDENT.) Whereas it hlth been certified unto the King of Misrule that certain divera persons are guilty of a mdisdeseanor in proposing to erect an ecclesiuastical" edifice at Cudgewa in their own dsnominationsl name, and whereas His Majesty aforesaid regardetlh this action on the part of such divers certain persons as f. Irnishing sufficient pro e.t for stirring up the bitterest strife, to the great injury of religion; therefore be it enacted by thl King's Most Excellent Majesty of Misrule, .i who delighteth in discord, that a DEOLARATION OF WAt lI shall. go fo.th agaiast the divers certain :-persons hereinbefore mentioned and that His Majesty's forces shall advance to the assault on the seventeenth day of August, in the year of grace one thousand sight hun. dred and eightyseven; and that such attack take place in the Cudgewa school-room. We .therefore command that all our loving aub. ,. jects who delight in creating needless trouble,...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 2nd AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 August 1887

TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 2nd AUGUST Present-- Cr Dobinson (president), and   cra Carkeck, Dyring, Robinson, and Scarlett. csanESPODONDICE. Fromu Trtiids D.partminnt, stating that the regulations framed by the courncil ro care oud protection Iof reserve known as Magurra Park had boen cgazetted, in pursuance of sectioni 133 Land Act 1884, and aski?g' tihat the san: be ,poustel in aie11 coaspicuous place Ln the resui've. lteceive.l. Froan same, requiestiug thie ouncil to state what action it imant to to take in cun nectiunc with rand .access through blinok 43, Walwa. -Attenided t,. Fromi same, ci seiume sibject, stating-Mr Watsocn coiildlhav an equivalent for the land taken re road through block 43, but tilait to give him the land between his prc-uamptivuright and Wordsworth's would lusue up theu access to the water and reilder tlioback coutry useless.--Referred to Mr Wright. AFromlr sauce, stating a road 'had been 'icisedodutaide Catherall's selection, parish of Wal...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON,— SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 August 1887

Sobontgt & ~olu0 ng .cntindl. Awake I Arise I Or be for ever fallen i MIILTo.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1887. -4-- The Wodonea Shire elections, to come off on Thursday next, are causing con siderable interest, and the candidates seeking the suffrages of the ratepayers are leaving no stone unturned that may assist them in their return. The presi dent (Councillor Bambrick) is generally considered to be safe, his long service to the ratepayers being likely to pull him through; but a very close contest is ex pected to result between CouncilPor Street and Mr W. C. 3?Fnrlane, the friends of both gentlemen being sanguine of aecuring the return of their man. The polling will also be close between Messrs O'Connor, M3'ian, and Newnan. Most interest. however, appears to be centred in the fight between Meosrs Str.ot and M'Farlano. The retiring councillor, it would seen, hna made friends and foes by hisaction in connection with the shire hall, and on Thursday next the ratopayers will give the...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 August 1887

Ton Shillings Reward. L OSTan OVERCOAT, between bMurphy's Hotel and Bonegilla Hotel. Finder will receive the above reward by returning sanme to TeIm S?NTINEL OFFcrE. Caution. LOST, or STOLEN, a Breechloading Central Fire GUN, No. 18,611 (on trigger guard), by W. S. Riley, Birmingham. The' public are cautioned against purchasi.ixl this gun. "A reward will be given to .:ny person bringing the satme to TIE SE:t!r,;':e Office. For Sale, 60 ACRES of First-class Agricultural and Grazing LAND (Murray Flats), at Jingellic. There is a comfor table dwelling-house, outhouse, &c., on the land. Large frontage to the river. Land securely fenced. Splendid open country at the back. GEO. PLUNKETT. . Notice.. ALL ACCOUNTS due to the under signed, outstanding over three months, must be PAID by. the end of A UGUST, or they will be placed in the hands of a solicitor for recovery. J. 0. WIGG. Wodonga, 14th July. To Builders. TENDERS are invited by the under signed for the ERECTION of COUNCIL CHAM...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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FOOTBALL. FEDERALS v YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 August 1887

FO'OT'BALL. FEDERALS v YACKANDANDAH. On Saturday last a team of footballers from Yackandandah arrived at Albury to try conclusions with the local Federal team. About three years ago a match was played between these clubs at Yackandandah, and on that occasion the latter sustained a defeat by six goals to one. It was thought, how- ever, that they would have sufficiently im- proved in the meantime to wipe off old scores. But such was not the case, for on Saturday a more decided defeat awaited the representatives of '" Yack," and from the start the ball hovered round the visitors' goal, where all the interest was concentrated. The goal umpire at the other end was indeed to be pitied, for he had to sit on the fence, sad, silent, and alone, and to view the game from his isolated position afar off, and his services were not called into requisi- tion to register one behind. The game needs but little description. During the first quarter no goals were obtained by the locals, althouagh severa...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 August 1887

',0 THE RATVEPAYERIS I , T'IE y`. ?.SHIRE, OPk WODONGA.?,, .', Lar ia s AD GENT LEMEN, Having beon requested .some weeks ipgo by sevoral ratepayers to offer myself for one of the vacant seats in the Shire Council, I beg to state that I consented to do so, and am now a CANDIDATE for the seat rendered vacant by the retire leanut of Mr John Boyes.. I am glad to see that there is a - .!r:sbability...p f the Amending Local (Govrnment Bill becoming law during the n present session of Parliament;' and if this e-at:nuld bethle ease, ii' great injusticoe to salll shires would be removed. I would tilon, if elected, support the appointment 'f a local man of practical, experience as inspector of works, in preference to a so. called qualified engineer from a town Itwentyitide miles away. he nmaintenance of the Albury road is another drain on the shire. In fact, it is an absolute impossibility for a poor ahiro such as this is to maintain it at all. If returned, I will endeavour ,to got the Govern...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

ALBUR 1' MARKET. Meosrs! Chas. L. Urifitli and Co. re port holding their usual fortnightly market on Thursday, 4th August, as Corowa Show took place on Wednesday, their usual day, when they yarded 300 cattle aln 5000 shole. Cattle-Z300 yarded, the bulk of the fiats being light young bullocks of only med:lim quality Best puns bullocks to £7 17s, host cows, £?' 2s lid; small store bullocks. £4 10s to £5, fi rsard onuditioned to £6; springers. £5 to £6 lsia; with a strong demanlld, young catle 'at fell rates. They sold draftr for Musnrs J.as. Deain. John H1re, jll., C. F. Fraunfeolder, WV. VuWalsh, .1. C. Martin, and otheor. Thiny also sold a draft f fatealves to£312 i:1d. "Shleep-0000 yarded, including about 1000 fats. Bust wothars sold to 10a (6d, one lot averaging 10s 3d; beat owes to 8s6d; store wethers, 7s to 9S; for forward conditonedl early shorn sheep, young miixed sheep, Ilte shorn, Os id, 1000 being turned out un sold. They sold a drift of fat lambs from HIowlon., this season...

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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

GUNDOW1lING, -4- (FtOM OURi OWN CORREurONDENT.) Still the question is, " Is it ever going to stop raining ?" Tiere is a place in India whore, I believe, the average rainfall is 600 inches per antnum. This desirable place of residence will have to look to its laurels, for Gundowring is plainly entered against it hi its own particular line. Our river may be described as running a bankerand a half, ftr the other afternoon it took a Sunday out, and poured a strongstre4m, lovel in most places with tihe bottom rail of the two rail fences, over the flats for many chains to the right and left of its bed. 'Jur creeks are foaming torrents,. the sight of,which running through his property would make a Wimmera farmer execute a double shufile forjoy. Talking of the Wimmera in con. unction with creeks, reminds of a story honestly worth telling, I think. Here it is: A company of surveyors were sent at midwinter, some seven or eight years ago, to mark out a certain- allotment shown on the land maps...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

YACKA NDANDAH SH IRE. There.was a contest in the 'Kiowa riding alone in this shire, the retiring councilir(Mr J. Ronan) being opposed by Mr David Robinson, of Allen's Flat, an.ex-presidont of the shire. The Kiowa is the largest r:ding :n thu shire, :extend ing frow' beyond 'tawanga to'Kiowa Robinson. Roi a i. Kiews:.. .. 83 17 B Sondy Creek 22 30 SDederaeg ... 54 Twawgs .. 25 46 184 183' Ma]ority for Robinson, 31. ' .

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THE CLERGY AND THE BULLETIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

THE CLERlGY ANDTHE BULLETIN. TO TIHE EDITOR OF TIHE SENTINEL. SIR,-" I met a fool in the forests," but did not know that my simple letter, in what I thought the interests of fair play, could have possibly produced for mne eo' listin. gueihed an honor as an introduction to such a veritable Shaksporian character as "the motley fool" who was "Aumsed." The cap and hells alone are wanting, but yet he is "a fool, a motley fool, a miserable varlet." Does he know, or does anyone else know-except by conjcoturo-what he means ? Like his immortal prototype, who, with lack, Iustro eye, produced his " dial from his poke, to show how the world wags," the now "Amused " delights in perpetuating the idiosyncr\ies of Iin race; and, like a " motley fool," he will not quote history, either sacred or profane, correctly. When he aspires to quote at all, he mnie quotes, and asks you pxteously, in the latter record, if you do not know what he ieans ? This error of this moit " uotley fool" may be pardonable,...

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THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. [?]WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

THE 2B HIRE ELEOTION. . I1LiWODONGA. With six candidates in the field for three seats, it is nee lless to say that local public excitement was worked up to a very ,.nigli pitch yesterday. In fact, more interest was rmanifested yesterday than on "the occasion of any previous election. There was, asa usual, only one polling booth--at the shire hall-which was pro sided over by Mr J. Woodland, the deputy returning-officer. For weeks past, the various aspirants for municipal 'honors had been engaged in a vigorous canvass of the ratepayers, and each candidate and his supportors seemed to hbe confident of sucoess. In the case of the two retiring nlensbers-- fessrs Bambrick and Street-public interest was specially contred, as their opponent, MAr W. C. M'Farlano, has, although he has suffered defeats, always polled well, and it was khown that many influences which were hostile towards him on previous occasions were this time at work in his favor. The cause of this change was due to the actio...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

GAZETTE NOTIWR.S. ' v { LHASBR APPROYXD. Edwd. Mildron, 120:i, \Vabba Sarnh d.. Gordon, 775n, M1iitn M Iitta Egluh Attroo, 386n; Comle Cale Edwd. Q M1I1lroo, 6607n, Thoughli Goun. E. Raid, 453a, Wyoob oo Goo. Mattlhews, 544m, OGanyun Win. MGOrugor, 785n, Groiya Joneph Niclhol, 395a, Wyeoho', Chan. W. Raid, 50nO, Wyonhob, Jo. B. Coikook, 357n, \Vabba Jos. La'orty, oen., 310n, \Vobba Emmnin Poet, 88,la, \Valwa Roht. Cook, 775x, Gronyn Win. Dixon, 4C7a, Grntyn Rolbt. Scott, *104n, Yabba Robt. HRatnn, 431n, Tintnldna Jas. Posit, 414n,, \Vnlwa Jun. Mann,~, 41!aT iniltnldrar Jnn. Hanna, 4flit, Tintnldra Allon Purno, 450a, Titntnldra FrInk Stnith, 404n, Towong. GItoor Arnooven. Johlann G. Sommor, 10a, 3r l6p, Turandudo.

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

WIOWD1V7 MAI KrT. Mesnrs' l)eupharty, Son, and Parker re port Ihaving held the r usnal fortaight'y sale nt Monday last, in their yards, Wodlogor. 'Thure'nas a good nttedulance of 1buyrs,. and inpiroted rates ruled for all classes of stooi, which latter wure well rertisult?el. Wu aold'L 222 'story Itn ri wethers flo Mr iJhii (tim miun Iin ngilla, 7e lid; 5t2 lbullocks for Mr .1. O'Na II, £5 3s; 40 lieiforeforMr T lrrisIn lIrhwlp's Plains, £3 18s; 55 l?ctr ,aid huifer.i for Mess a Willinans lmon., W'talwa Greek, 1:,1 lla; :ls taoors for Mir M1. WehsJ, Whwonly, LS; 24 hullocks and, cnws for MAr P. Street., Kiowa, bdlloolc, L7 12s lid, cows, LO 17a 41d; 22 cows for Mr M. W1alsh, Whorouly, L3 13s; 17 steers and hoiflirs for Mr (I, Rico, Albury,, ators, TL l s, hoifosa, L3 8S; q1i stoCera and cows for Mrs Chtriles, Castle Creek, cows I, 10a, steors L3 7s; sateers and huiforn for4iMr .J, Bird, Talga''no; (i bullocks for Meaara .I, ind 'i, Street, Ilhandlian Park, L7 6sa; (1 cows for Mr J. ...

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CUDGEWA WESLEYAN CHURCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

OUDG)EWA WESLEYAN CHURCH, TO TEE DIrTOR OF THIE SENTINEL, Sla,-I appeal to you and your gene rous readers for the above object. . Some tiino ago I' aniit a man; a'wearing a long black coat, a peculiar skull cap, sharp features, indicating an Eastern origin,, and that tinge of brown in his com plosion, pointing distinctly to Asiatic In , I discovered in fact that he was an Indian of Bombay. I learnt his neose, but forget it for the emoment. I was also honored by sitting down to dinner with him, when I discovered that he alsohad great religious scruplles as to what he might or might not eat; but one thing he' ' point blank refused to eat, and that was fat. There was no wavering, no attempt to satisfy conscience by claiming pcou liarity of circumstances. No. He pre ferred to go hungry rather than violate his prineilples, and was fain to satisfy tlhoo cravings which come alike to the white, the black, the Christian, the' Mahommedan, and the Buddhist, of hunger, by regaling himnself upon...

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TOWONG SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

TOWONG SHIRE... In the Murray. Iliding, Councillor J. Scnrlett is ,, oodn byMr HI. D.Johnson, 41f Spruiigdae. Thu following, i the result, no tar as iyt ke Ow:-t kcnrowt.: Johnson. Cudgoi" ... ... 0) 19 TalUangitta . 17 2 Graiyn, Talgauin' ant 1tnthungia have yet to'comen.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

It is statcd tbrht tho'Pcpu and OznF' nt nogotitiLtn through u nolda monk with a' viuw. to theu rouuiuir of theo COroa arid Latir uhurohe.s. Thu Y'itrkaadurdaht Shtiro Cuuucii will flout uu 'I~Curaday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

Perreine niright, & Co,, Limzited. PUBLIC NOrICEI WSTE hog to notify that we have this day SV DISPOSED of our BUSOINESS at A.hury and Wodonga to PERMEWAN, W\ tltIIT,.and -COMPANY (LIMITEI), Ana have much pleasure in thanking you for the kind and liberal support received by us filr many years. Pernmowan, Wright, aol " Company, Jimtited, are well established with lranchle Orouaghout the colonies, and agencies in all .,'ercs of the worll. We can confidently reconmlend them, anti it orst they will receive a coutinuance of your I,,tronage, STANLEY 4 MUIR, Albury, 10th May, 18i7. In reference to thile above, we have a nlh l teasure in soliciting a continuance of t to ce.tport previously accorded to Measrs tu atley and Muir, and oaur patrons mIay rest .. assured of our besat enduavuors IJEIMEWVA.N, WRIGHT, & COMPANY (LIAMITED). J. YOUNU, Manager, Albury aund Wodonga. PECTORAL BALSAM, A MOST VALUABLE AND CERTAIN CURE 1FOR V;onRghs, Colds, Bronchitis, Shortness of Breath, IlH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, 11011 STInEET, WOI)ONGA, Wholesale and Retail IB U T .C 11 E R. 'Tl.a oldest.established Butchery in e - Wodooga. .MEATS. o"-f BEST :QUALITY Always onluand. : Samal Goods of every description. HIDES and .SKINS PURCIIASID. , 7IA.ary and Wodonga Coach Factory. E'. :C. ELLIS, ,OF ' AJLBURY A.ND WODONGA, EG toannuoseuudhathe is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPI'ION of VEHICLE Bbith at Albury and Wodonga. Repalra neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEEGBC o announFe that ho has opened a d Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as I~a SETrnJEL Oflice. 'TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths I Baths I Baths I Every description of TINWARE made to order,and keopt in stock. Orders by post imnctually attended to. § USICI MUSIC It MUSIC II Professor L. Iverson (Of the \ ienna Conservatolire of Musle), Visits \WODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. .Addres-Allon's Te...

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BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

BETHANCA BRANCH A.M.A. The usual monthly committee meeting was held on Wednesday, the 3rd inst. Mr Joseph Burke occupied the chair, and there were also present--Mesre Butters, Rule, Wilsoni, Baker, Barnett, Dower, and the treasurer. Correspondence was read from the office of thp A.M.A., re late strike atSt. Arnaud. It was then moved, and carried unanimously, that this branch han approved of the action taken by the members of the St. Arnaud branch in refushing to work until their com rade Johnston was reinstated. Letter from W. C. Spence, stating that, as requested by the secretary of this branch, any overpaid levy towards the lock-out Kaitangata would bo placed to tile credit of the above to pay funeral levy and A.M.A. duoes. Received. The secretary here stated that at a meeting of the branch, convened for the purpose of considering the advisability of applying for a portion of the Prospecting Vote, he was re quested to make application to the board for any unn that would he thought...

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