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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen ! MILTON.— SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

lobonga t& ~E oottol g?itiild. Awake I Arise I Or be for over fallen ! Ms.'oLTO. - SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1887. -4---- Tue marriage tie is as great a pal ladium in the social state of a people as is a Constitution in their political state. As long as it proves itself a sacred thing, let it be held a sacred thing, just as a Constitution should he revered as long as it is worthy of reverence. But if the Constitution woere an unjust one IN TOTO, or a tyrannical one in parts, the duty of the people would be, not to coitinue theirsubmission from a false patriotism, buttto abolish the unjust Constitution, or modify the objectionable parts of the tyrannical one. And so it should be with the laws that lock the mar riage tie. What is wrong in those laws maust be abolished, if we can continue to call ourselves a justice loving people, and what is wanting in them must be supplied, if we wish to figure as a progressive people. It is only natural that our present marriage laws should be fo...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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MAIL CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

MAIL CONTRACTS ------- The following contracts for the conveyance of mails have beeo accepted at the undermentioned prices per annum: To and from post office and railwaystation, Barnawartha - W. C. Smith, £22 10s To and from Barnawartha and Barna- wartha North, via Burrabunnia - H. H. de Mamiel, £23 To and from Barnawartha and Yackand- andah, via Barnawartha South and   Wooragee North Crawford and Co., Limited, £31   To and from postoffice anod railway   station, Wodonga - Crawford nod Co., Limited, £;8 • , to and from Wodonga and Leneva-Jane f. 3Mlauns, £20.. To and f:om Wodonga antid Snbwy Creek. via ioews, Sandy Cruok, Tallandoon, i eal. dale, and dlitta Jltta--Crawford and Co., Limited, £193 : To and from Kiowa and Gundowring, ?ia Ketrunyah-Wir. Barns, £35' " 'o and from \Vodonga and Tallafigatta, via Ballard's, Bur; mnl anlld. Mitta. litta Orouing; and to a,ol from.Tallungatta awl Corryong, via ]ullioh, Kootong, Wabbn, and Cudgewa; to and ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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PRESENTATION TO DR DUNNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

PIJSLVNTA2'ON 2'0 DR DUNNE. On Wedlnesday evening, St. Patrick's Hall, Albury, wasl densely thronged by the friends of the Rev. Dr Dunne, the bishup-elect of the now see of Wilcannia. The meeting had boon called together fur tile purpose of making a proeseottiion to the rev. geutleman on his leaving Albury. The chair was taken by Mr K. :'Lune. mm, J.i'., and on the platform were'the leading residents of the district, includ. ing Mr .I. Ilayes, M.L.A.; thle Rove. Walsh and O'Connell, Dr Kennutdy, Mr Nagl], Mr. T. II. Giritlith, mayor of Albury; Mr D. Furgusone collector of custotus, WVodoulgn; Mr J. Carew, Mr D. J. Aberorernbie, and others. The chairman, in eaking the Ipresenta. tion, remarked that it was with deep regret that they had heoard that their worthy clergyman was about to leave Albury, but it was with feelings of prilde they heard the news of his elevation to so important an office in the church as that of bishop of.the newly-created see of Wilcannia. It spoke volumes for ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

AGRICULTURAL STA TISTICS. ----·-+----* The following is a return of thoe area under crop in the shires in the distriot:- Towong.-Vines, 19 growers, 734, 217 owt grapes not made into wino, 530 cwt madl into wine, producing 3012 gallons. \V'odongn.-Tobaccn, 5 growers, 16a, pro. duling 202 cwt. Vines--37 growero, 181n, 1I311 cwt not miade into wi n!, 1400 cwt iimade Into wineo, producing 111911 gallo?s . Yachl saudalli1,. -'l'l,haco, 80 groweru, 410a, proiducing 2580 c?t. I iles--5 growers, lllla, 192! oawt grapes not malde into wine, '20,453 ewt mnldle into wine, pro duicg 134,5i18 gallons wine, 380 gallon, brandy.

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

T. B. SL.AMTER, PRACTICAL Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician D EAN STREET, .'A L 11 U R Y. AH work executed promptly and guaran. teed. WAIN AND HYLAND (Late .JA.e MoonE), CONh ESS STREET, 0 3M 2 x 3r,? r E 2E X S7. Harvesting Machinery Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Colmb Forgings Guaranteed. Combined Ploughs Made for Field or Vinoyard Ploughing, One, two, three, or five furrows Two-furrow Vine Plonghl, with Governor Steerage, if requirdl. 80 AR IFIERS, For on:u or two horses. Vignoronn doesiing now styles of iniplements may have thenm nado by giving description or explanation. All sorts of Special Ploughs for Vine Culti vation always on hand. STEEL PLOUGH SHIARES-Ilornsby Pattern IMPROVED FOREST GRUBBERS. WAIN and HYLAND wore awarded Certlflates of Merit for Steel Stripper Combs, Sets of IIarrows, Single Vine Plough, onarifier, Steel Shares, and Doulde furrow Field Plough at the late Cliltorn Show. SN.T.-CHARGES MODERATE. Hilfirty and Gourlay, PRODUCB SALESMEN A...

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

BET1HANGA. (nROm OUR OWV CORROEPONDENT.) The besat test of the intelligence of a com munity is by its social life, and perhaps the slrest exposition of this is to be 'seen at its' amateur concerts. At one time low comedy was predominant, but gradually education is asserting itself, and it is the mind that now looks for food. It is a poor heart that never rejoices, and laughter is good medicine, but wlhat a poor mind a man must have that can only be entertained by ridicule. Sir Julius Benedict, in one of his lectures to the students at the Royal Academy of Music London, deplored the spread of the so-calldie comic noges. These simply demloralised music, tacking 'it on to a series of sensoleas and even vulgar words to create a laugh. Musloewas made the handmaid of vulgarity. Education is curing this taste, and Ley. bourne and his school now have to adopt a better btste to cater for the lovers of even the music hall class of entertainment. To judge from the last concert at Wodonga, I mu...

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

Til best medsicine known is SAnrIL and Soss' EiccAvle'Ti EXTRAcr. T?estitemineut, p?nerful effects in cnughs, colds, influennz, the relief i iinstuntntniis. In serionl cases, anil accidents of all kindls, he they wounds, lurns, scaIldigs, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remeidy-no awelling-- ninfluinnation Like surl'rising effects produced in croup, diphthersa, bronchitis5 islamnimtion of the hlngs, Iwelling &e.; diarrhiia, dysentery, disuuaae of the kidneys andi ulrinary organs In use at hospitals ol i l medical clinius nll oves' thi globl; patronisie by his Majesty the King of Itdal: erowund wsith medal anil diploil a at International Exhibition, Amstelrdam. ''lrust in tCHs npprnyotl srtrle, .nll roject all othtloro. PEraLous FISHINo..-Early in January, more than 5,000 Norwegian Fishing Boats started for the great Annual Cod Eiohery, off the Lofoten Islands. This season the accus. touned dangers of the fishing, caused by the darkness which prevails for 23 out of 24 hour...

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CONCERT AND BALL AT STAGHORN FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 August 1887

CONCERT AND BALL AT STAG- HORN FLAT   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The third concert and ball in aid of the re-building fund of the Roman Catholic Church at Pettiford's Hill, Yackandandah, held on Friday, the 29th ult., were nu- merously attended. The State school was found to be totally inadequate to com- fortably accommodate at one time the numerous couples engaged in dancing. The committee consister of Messrs Cain, Mongan, Corcoran, Meehan, Move, Tully, Hogan, and M'Namara; and I can con- gratualte the members of the committee upon the efficient style in which they car- ried out their duties, in spite of the large concourse of visitors who attended. The young ladies who ministered to our creature comforts, viz., Mrs Peacock and the Misses Mongan, Meehan, and Cain, are deserving of special mention. I was almost going to include Mr James Moye in this mention, but his association with the fair Hebes was in itself a suffi- cent reward, and like a true "Paddy by   birth"...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

. TIEI.AS I BEG to tender my heartfelt THANKS to the several gentlemen who so kindly camne to my assistnuce at the late fire, and helped to save my effects. I have also to thank those kind friends who so cheerfully provided myself and family with'accommo dation. I will never forget their extreme kindness. The Imperial Fire Insurance Company, through their local agent, Mr W. C. M'Farlano; also deserve the . greatest praise for their prompt sittlement of my elaim. ' Yours gratefull,. .. E. KING. S-To Fencers. TifENDERS. are invited for the REn .I. MOVAL and -ERECTION of a Two Rail FENCE on the:.Wodonga Racecourse. Tenders to be with the secretary by twelve o'clock noon on FRIDAY, the 19th inst., stating pried per rod. For particulars, apply at the secretary's office. JAMES BAI,BRICK, Hon. Sec. VWodong'Jockey Club. Notice to Tresiieisers. PIOISON laid on our farms and Paddocks at Baranduda.: . HERMANN SOMMER GEO. SOMMER. Grazing. NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS & OTHERS. H ORSES and CATTLE...

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TALGARNO. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

TALGAHCNO. (PIeOM OUR OWN COIIrtRSPONDE.T.) Thu result of the polling at Talgurno was a great surprise, for nearly everybody calculated on a substantial majority for 1Mr Johnson, anid, ,when the almost unique return of Johnson 31, Scarlett 31, was road out by the retiritiilsg-officer, more thcan 'one person present thought tha, that gentlotdin wa i ing?' loatlof thnul. The pulling was fairly heavy. There wero 95 votsu on the roll, but a numhber of these were lost, as the rate. payers wore out of the diatrict, and then ntrmet Talgarno v5otes wore recorded in letlhanga. This is the first time that we have hadl a booth he ure for thie council clcetion, and thie rutrnsa clearly show thalt we are entitlud to have a ;pulling place on Talgarno in futureo. Somu of the young luin herl would like to start a- Mutus ImlprovemonUt Suciety or Debating Olub. This move moent deservus every oncouragoemont. The groeat drawback of smiall country places is the lack of such institutions to bring the peo...

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WODONGA COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 17th AUGUST. (Before his Honor Judge Chomley). [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

TO0DONGA CO UNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 17th AuousT. (Before his Honor Judge Chomley). N. Bidstrup v Robert Dyball, £49 damages for trespass by defendant's draught entire horse. Mr Wilkinson for the plaintiff; Mr Emer. son for the defendant. The dfenco was, that the horse was not the property of the deofendant at the time of the alleged trespass. The Il.intiff' depose.l that he was a grainier, residing at N odonga West. He was the owner of three racig11 mares, and two of thoem-Bonnie Alice and Ladly Livingetono wuro running in his paddouk, adjoining do fendont's property, on the date in question. Defendant's horse had beeir running in his (defendant's) paddock, from about the end of January. liHd seun defendant's son riding. the hIrso sinee January. Always understood defendant owned the horse, but never heanl him claim it. On the 17th March saw the stallion with his (plaintii's) nmares in the paddock, and informed .defentlant of the fact. Asked him to take the horse away. Defendant caugh...

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

CORRIYONO. " (ltoM OUR OWN CORLREPONDENT.) : llost humbly do I dedicate this article .to that highly gifted and intelligent (no queries) individual, " Jas. T. Bate," who • •. ` slopped over" with characteristic ver J. sbosity in the last issue of a contemporary. James is evidently "agin" correspondents, a .nd more than once has betrayed a pug . nacious desire to "fleor them;" and now .the big little man is sparring out in mly direction, and eoxhibiting an amount of literary activity ini re the Cudgewa church question that woutld be amusing were it not for the' painful reflection that, being deficient in general training, this occle aiastical disturber of the peace will pro. bably go off in a state of coma when the reaction sets in. James avers that I am. "' ignorant," and Tad matr'! I suppose I amust ,esinceo he says so, for "ignoranceo" being his own natural element, no person could more quickly or conclusively certify td: its existence than the " Jas. T. Bate" aforesaid. This theo...

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QUARTERLY LICENSING TRANSFER COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

QUARTERLY LICENS'ING TRANS FER COURTS. At Beechw?rth.-Minday, Soptomber 12th, 3 p.m., for Boechworth, Stanley, Wolashed, ald Yc?kandimdlah. At Wudunga.-Tuesday, September 13th, 10a .m. for \Vodunga. At Talahmgatta.-Wednesday, Septem bur the 14th, 10Oa.m., forTallanguitta, To wung, Snowy Creek, and Mitta Mitta. At Bright.--Friday, September 16th, 9.30 a.m.,.fur Bright and Myrtle Creek.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

.rierriefwan Wright,' & Co., Limited. PUBLIC NOrICE. 'TE Ibo to notify that we have this day DISPOSED of our IBUSINESS at S:Al Wry and Wodonga to PERI\WVAN, \ViRIGHT, and COMPANY (LIMITED). I and have much pleasure in thankini yaou for the kind and -liberal support received by us for ntnny years. , Permeowan, Wright, and Company, Limited, are woll establisimed with branches throughout the golonios, anl agencies in all parts of tlhe world. -\ ti ca onfidenlhltly recommend them, and trust they will receive a continuance of your patronage. ..trona'. 'ISTANLEY & MUIR. Albury, 10th May, 187. In refeorenceo to the above, we havoanuclh pleasure in soliciting a continuance of the .siiipoirt previously accorded to: Masrsa Stanudey and Muir, and Our ptitrolis may rest asiured of oulr hsat endeavors.. PERMIEW\VAN, WRIGHT, & COMPANY (LIMITED). S J. YOUNG, Manager, Albury and Wodonga. PECTOORAL BALSAIM,. .A ItOST VALUABLE- AND CERTAIN CURE FOR Coiighs,' , Colds. Broinchit...

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THE BISHOP OF WILCANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

THEI BISHOP OF 'IVILCANNIA. On Saturday the last of the compli mentary ceremonies preceding the conse cration of Dr Dunne, late.of Albury, as Bishop of Wilcannia, took place at the palace of the Bishop of Goulburn, at Goulburn, when Dr Dunne was presented with an address shnd pectoral cross firom the priests of the diocese by the Very Rev. J. Gallagher, president of St. Patrick's Colloge, on behalf of his brother priests. The cross is of gold, and is a splendid specimen of the jeweller's art. Its weight in gold of line quality is 3.os. and it cost about £40. A representation of the scriptural lambforms the central ornament, and both sides are beautifully chased, the one inl shamrck design and the other in a design which blonds harmoniously the passion flwesr, thistle, rose, and lily. In side the cross are different relics, one being a piece of the true cross asd the other relics of St. Jernme, St. Francis Xavier, St. John, St. Patrick, St. Ignatius, St. Paul, anud St. Peter. Attache...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen ! —MILTON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

coboiltgat -& oll)ong ~eltitcl. Awoke ! Arise! Or be for ever fallon! SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1887. WE do not think that BUTLEn's apoph thegm about the equal joys of the cheater and the cheated will hold good generally. That it is sometimes apt everybody knows, and it may be so in the relations subsisting between the quack doctor and his patients. At least for a time. The '-Ian who patronises.quacks is, as a rule, a nan who believes in miracles or conjuring lie is, of necessity, very ignorant of the merest elements of physiology, knows nothing of medicine as a science or an art, but expects, or hopes, that the quack is as clever as the conjuror, or as potent and all-healing as a worker of physiological or surgical miracles. The great mass of humanity has not learned that there is great value in the fact that at thirty a mnan is, his ownp conjuror, as far as health is concerned, or a fool. Barring 'organic ills, and special liabilities to disease, the simplest student. of health...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

ALBUR Y MA1RKIT'. Messrs Chas. L. Grillith',and Co.. report holding their uuna! forttfghtl a market on Wednesday last, when tl?ie'"yrded 600 cattle and 3000 sheeOp l flrdt-class ~tten, dance of buyers. CUittlo--000 yarded, about one.third of which o.nsiated of infeiior to useful beef, with a small proportion of prime; best pen bullocks to £8 10s, extra priune. and heavy to £ll11light cows to'£6 10s, small tlreeo and four year old bulloqks £5 1s, ditto very forward condiiouned £6 Os, store cows to £3 18s, young mrdixed cattle at" very full rates. They sold drafts for Messrs Angus Rankin; W. Egan, Mrs P.   Mullavey, Mrs E. Crisp, Jas. Carter, G. and K. .Douleolay, AM. J,= Kelly, Wallace B:owne,t..las. Green, John King, John Lynch, Pat:ick Lynch; and others. Sheep 3)03 yarded, about one-fourth of which consisted of useful mutton; bust fat sheep 9s Od.to lis, store sheep at current rates. They also 'sold dr,,fts for Messrs Wallace lruowne, John Alh.sandor, John Barlow, Jame...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. YACKANDANDAH, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN- CIL. ------ [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPlH.] (FROM OUR OWNl CORRESPONDENT.)   YACKANDANDAH, THURSDAY. The statue and ordinary meetings of this body were held to day, when there was a full attendance of councillors. At the statute meeting, Councillor Mongan was elected president for the ensuing twelve months. A vote of thanks was passed to Councillor Burrows for the able and satifactory manner in which he had discharged the duties of his office. At the ordingary meeting, tenders were   opened for the erection of the new shire hall, when the tender of Messrs Alexander and James Kyle, of Beechworth, at £689, was accepted. It is probable that the building   will be completed by the end of the year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

la uT. .E . SL.ATER, -PII: tltAC'IC'AL Watchmaker, Jeweller ' Optician.: I A]' A N 8 D HYLANDI ' (Late JuMt:s M\ouun), C'O N N'S I s s T R T T, O .IA X 3G '' = 't T. larveatig Machinery C Orefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Combs ., Forgings G uaranlteed. .Combined .Ploughs SMade' for Field or Vineyard Ploughing, Oue, two, three, or five furrows I Tw'o.furrow Vine Ploughs, with (iovernor Steerage, if required. SO A R I FrIE RS, For one or two horoes. Vignerous dcsiring nell styles of implements St may have them mae by livig t". I ' description or explaiatin. " All aorts of Spacial Ploughs for Vine Culti ..."" ..atison always oI lihainl. ' ,ISTEEl' PI:OU('H SHlARES--tlornsby .'i1.. Pattern ' IMPROVED, FOREST? GRUBIIIERS. "?VAINiind :ItHYLAND ?iore awardcl' 'Cetifeates of Merit, for.. Steel 'Stripper Cotnbs,') Sets 'rofr harrows, Singloe !Vine Plough; Rearfler; Stool Shares; muati Double furrow Field Plough at the,late Chiltern N. L CH.?ARGES .MODI-RATE: Hilfirty and Goiirlal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 August 1887

JOHN G. WIGG, H. SfIlTREET, WoeoonA, ,'- 'Wholesale and Retail :B U T C H E .R. The. oldot-est-established Butchry lit W . ' orgn. '- MEATS 'f BEST QUALITY ' Always on hand. HIDES and SKINS PURCHIASED. Albury arid ', odonga Coach Fact'dory., E. C.. ELLIS,.:, OF' ALBURY AND' WODONGA,' BEGS to announce that ho Is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VElHICLE Both at Albury and Wodonga. Repairs neatly executed. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderate. "FRIDOLF JOHNSON,. PLUMBER & TINSMITH, LIGH STREET, WODONGA, B EGS to announce that he has opened a TinAmith's Shop in the promises lately used as Tue SeBTIEI. Office. TANKS! TANIKS TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths 1 .Baths, 1Baths I lEvery description of TINWARE ,!adl to order, and kept in stock. , Ordeor by post punctually attonded tdo.,. M UsiO) MUSIC!! : MUSICII Professor. L. .Iverson' (Of the \'einao Conservatoire of Musie), Vistit ODONGA 'on Vedli:edday andl : Saturdays. Addres2 Allen's Tcrminue Hotel. "'...

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