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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 8th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 September 1887

YACKANDANDAIl SHIRE COUN OIL. -4-------. TUrnsDAY, 8til SEPTEMBER. Preesent-Tlhe president (Cr Mongan), and Cra Robb, Ricthardson, Quirk, Robiuson, and M'Lcod. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous mooting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDEPNCr. From the Lands Department, inquiring whethor there was any objections to the exchange of the Ceometey site at Sandy Creek.-It was resolved that the depart. noent be informed that the council recognise no necessity for the exchange. From Mr William Wright, Mail Station, offering to clear the briars off a mile .of the road in front of his property for £10.-No action. -From Mr J. Checaloy, Middle Indigo, directing attention to the bad state of the road between the properties of Messrs It. Cheesley atnd Since. On the motion of Cr Martin, seconded by Cr Quirk, it was resolved that tenders be called for clearing the lane. From Mrs Elizabeth Wright, Sandy Creek, directing attention to the insecure state of the suspension bridge at Sandy Crook.-It ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY SHOW SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

ALBUIRY SHOW SALE. Mresars Ohas. L. Griffith anl Co. repor ho'lding an extonsivo sale of stnok on Friday, 10th inst. in conneoe'inn ith tile Albury B. P., A., and H. Society, when the attendance of buyers was very large. A considerable numbher of stock changed hands. They sold 80 ramts for Mr Joseph Mack, Berry Bank, Lismcro, from .?} to 12,- guleans, the buyers beinlg Mlessrs E. Korncai, Daly Bros., A. and J. Mack, Jan. Carter, W. Wood. and P. J. O'Don ncll, alan 2 pons of prize sheeoop to 31s. They offered a largo number of draughlt and thoroughbred horses, and sold a con- I siderablo nmliber at prices ranging tc 100 guineaso which was realised for the blood horse Valentin, purchased by Mr Joseph Evans, of Thougla. They also sohld Ihorses for, Messrs T. and J. J. K(oighran, .I. Trestrail, J. White, J. A. \\yo, H. R. Jones, H. T. Whitte, '. H. Wilson, Morrison and others. Thcv sold a draftof Hornford l cattl for Mr H. J. Bowler, yearling hllls avuraaing 141, guineas, yearling Ihoif...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

T. H1 . SIATER, PRACTICAL Watchmaker, Jeweller & Optician Dii AN .STR E ET, . l work executed ipromptly .and guar;n. teed.- . . iN : AND, .HYLAND (Lato JAs"s oluiEc), CONNE S S S TREET,. Harvesting Machinery Carefully Repaired. Unequalled Steel Stripper Comb S Forgings Guaranteed. Combined Ploughs " Made! for :Field or Vimaierd l'loughing, O," O two, three, or live furrows Two furrobw Viilo Ploughs, with Governor , tecorago, if required.. SS·C R IiF IE;R'S,: For oils jiir two hbrsoes.: Vig·,: i s udesirliui now Styleg'of impleinents may have them naode by giving description or heplaiation. All sorts of Special Ploughs for Vine Culti ' ,, I' ".vation alwiys on hand. S' STEEL PLOUGHI SHARES--Hornby Pattern IMPROVED FOREST GRUBBERS. WAIN and HYLAND weae awarded Certificates of Merit for Steel Stripper , Combs,. Sets. of.. Harrowes, Single. Vine Plough, Searifier,Steel Shares, antd. Double. furrow. Field Plough at. the late' Chiltern S: Show. :: , N.J.-CHARGES MODERATE.( , il.1r...

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

S COOMIMEiI}E L. WODONGA.: The. following are the latest quota tiona : Flour, £9 per ton " Wheat, 3s. d per bushel . Butt'ir (potted), 7d por lb Potatoes (\Varrnambool), £4 per ton Bartoy, 3d per l,. Butter (fresh), 10d per lb Eigs, 10d per dozen ' Whito oats, 3s per busheol Brown oats, 2s 3d .por bushl Capo burilhy, 3e 0 per ushol ,, English barloy, 4. ?or bushl Bran, la lior buhel Pollard 'ls per bushl Chalff,£3 10 per ton Hay, £5 pOr ton Peas,-4s per bushel

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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OPENING OF THE WODONGA RIFLE BUTTS. FIRING THE FIRST SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

OPENING OF THE WIODONOGA RIFLE B UTTS. FIRING THE FIRST SHOT. For many years past, the rifle clubs established thrunlihout the colony have forced their way into a foremost position in the Victoriani military service, but it has not boon until the last few weoks that any euthusinsin was manifested in the movement in WVodonga, although clubs-lave buon formal i:1 several neigh boring townships in the district. Thanks, however, to the exertions of Messrs S. Bent, M'Ciauley, Goslett, and other gentlemon, a club has at last been muc~ss fully established hero, iand, thanks to :\lr Phillip Adams and to Dr Dick, a site for the butts has boon secured. The clubhas at present over forty paid-up members, and the subscriptions of a few have yet to come in. This gratifying result is due to several causes, not theu least of which is the patriotic footing porinuating the corps, and the kindly sentiiomet which hias existed natongat the members frmn the initiation of the inovemont hero: Anothor great ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

§ A (lorman nfowspa~por dovotud to fnrrtry. says thnt for (Iiuoat culturo In Gurumiy there is a dUcUiOd l preferenco fur Amoricn Iuiokory.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. GOLD MINING, LEASE REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

.-: T .i NOTIGESf. 'I • ,> Nl , Gooi Micti LASyREPaED. * M 'Puacnkiad initlor, 40ia, Tallin Oitti; M. Peacock and atiothlio 50ri, Tallangatta. ,:; ~I ' '<i :MNINl. LEASES AndANDONLI', .. i M.,Puncock and nother, ;43n : '3r lp 1'Tallangatta : * ' ; . ' : ' M. M'Miilahlun and a ,litllr ;'5flr 38p, ,Tallan gatt '' " J. l iri 20a Tlilliiiika 1 . i , ":"*' W'J, Mrin, 20A'S l'ill'ftli PROVED ' ' " i'atry Dyliilg, 710i? ,Wyo;ui'lo i Pi .tk'. Miu[O nsay,t a?433t,a * Ko1rgyiln ih .,, Nortlh';,.:iP v, "R i . , , .- ,!, ; :..; . ,Patk. le; F 3 l(y DuluD~ rl l a "".-i y' . ..* . . 11I.,'I. .Oau iuiai,;'80O4s;aTliltialailonrig ;! h IV II Wt li c1lu6'15826i C6l1u' 041lc,1 * I',."; ',aury A' (ii hblktt,' ll*,' KuLdhaiig o, \ 3u .-Stlo.J.G. Puarceo, l88nl,,aigra, " Cila. . Braltllay flJt, Barr'itikini . ':,- u.7 rkinid 540a, lOundowring, i " * ?: iin Tighoi, 6(i5, Burrowyo :, A. Johluaton, 13a, Kerguinyah N ,Nih J. W. Caird, 847n, liruarang . i . ..'El. Hairris, 778a, ,Taingaibalnhka'...

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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

WODON&M A1 RK1!T. Meaosrs Dougharty, Sons anld Parker re port having hold their usual fortnightly sale on Monday last, in their yards, Iodon ga, Felling Mr Reldy's bullocks at £8; ,ir " ynan' steers at £5; Mr Harrison's cows at £4; M- lr Egon's cows .at £5 15s; Mlr Temby'? bullocks at £5; cows at £3; They also report having sold Mr G. H. Chomloy's wellknown pony to Mr James Mitchell, 'of Table Top, at a satisfactory figure.

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON.— FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

Awake i Arise ! Or be for over fallen! M?LToS. FRIDA Y, SEPTEMBER 23, 1887. "Ev?arnralso conies to those who wait," was. no doubt, the extreme unction which the flogging niembers' of the Assembly. took to their souls last week, when the new clause A, in connection with the Juvenile Offenders Bill, was submitted by the Ministry. For-years ethese modern Flagellants Ihae hankered after a broader applica tion forcorporeal punishmuent, especially to boys;' but public opinion baulked. all -opportunity of .gratifying this. barbatrous desire. - Now, however,. there is a Ministry in ofllice, which is sure- of support in the House for anything it does, mainly because a BEixrT'Ministry causes a shudder outside whenover thought of; and so what cer tain members of the Legislature have long desired, and public opinion having lost its potency, is too feeble to pre vont, is about to be furnished. Affi liated on the Juvenile Offenders Bill is a fiew clause providing that wheni any boy under the age ...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

BRItTI1IS AND FOItEIUN BJBLE x .? ! ' SOCIETY.d The quarterly meoutig of tlhe Wodon"a brooch of thle British nld Fordigin Bible' Society was hold ojplonday evening last,, in St.. Luko's Church, and, prov.erdi?y'|firi thd ldst int'iiietrestig mneeting of thu, kind over held in W\Vdoga,', owing doubtless to the fact of an a(IddIesi s to lie deliv ried by the piopular mtnisaionmer of the Clhurch of l unglid i tliRIev:d \V/ OG., !Marsh. ;'JTh 'church w wO crowded. T'lhu chair was taken by thu incullbunt, of th churchll the I RJly. A. A.J. Drowut. T'lho pricUodingu wro eopcned by the singing of a hymni aod'prayjo yr.' Th i' oli, irimor. theui stated thl object if tlo meoting, aiid oxpreased lgrant;' lelisuru at 'seoing such ta ai'go audience. lHe vntured to hopll tlt all aulhcqunt l moutiugs :.would. be ueually wll ati.teuld, as numbers created enthu si husan. ,rThuruwore urumbers of. various olu iannlimtitn present, and hu reujiced inl the foot that they could sink all minor dif ference...

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CHILTERN SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

S'" II"LTe?IN SIO?o. Glorious weaither grcetotd the twenty third exhibition of, the Chilterh and Barnawartha Pastoral and Agrldultural Society, 'onl Tuesday last,_.at' Chiltoru. Last year the show promloters were r most unfortunate as regards the weather, but a difibret aspect of affairs prevailed this. year, and the show proved at ciost un qualified success. Betwuee two and tfllrn thllsalld people put il al appear ance at the ground during the afternloon. A good bhnd was in attetldance, and dis coutrsd some excellent music whichli amade tllinug~aclcrful for proIenaeders? ?[Ir Samminsua, the genial secretaruy, did all in his power to malke aillThir? sork smnoothly, and it must be very gratifying to that gontloman that the show was so success ful from every point of view. Mlr T. K. Mein also rendered valuable assistancu to make the machiinery of thei annual exhibi tion work without friction. The sideshows were largely patronised, amn the spieling fraternity mnustered strongly. A numb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

erie wan, Wright, & , p - 13, 1CI. : wTXE lo, to notitty that we hardv thisi day S? .DIIPoSEDf of our 1BU'INESS at Alb iuy and Wodouga to I'ElI11E\\'AN, .V? IOtl'T, and COMPANY (LIMITED)) iud have much pleasure in thanking you for the kinld and liberal snpport received by us for imany ycare. Prl'rewcan, Wright, and Company, Limnited, are woll eOstahlished with branucht throughout the colonies, and ageUcies in ill parts of the world• \Vencan confidently rccoamctend them, and trust they will receive a cotinunace of your patrommgo. STANLEY & MM1IR. Albury, 10t1h May, 1887. In roefroence to the idonve, wile ,avr murch pleasure in 'soliciting.a continuanco of them 'ulpport preciously accordlol to .Mesirs Stanley. and Mnir, and our patedon inay root iss.ured of our.best endeavore. IPEiRMII'\VAN, WVRIGHT, & COMPANY. (LIMIT'rED). . J.. YOUNO Mainager, 'Alary and Wodonga. OllN TILKIJNSON, 4SSOLICITOIR, d&c: of Now South S \\Wtales ald Victoria. bjlidist's. ion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

.Aolbury and Wodonga Coach Factory. S E. C. ELLIS, 'OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, .3E IS to annomneo that he is prepared to .MANUFACTURE ,EVERY DESCRII'TION of VEHIICLE ,: .Both at Albury and Wodonga, ''Re- . aire neatlyexccuited. .'. l work guaranteed. Chlkarges stde tly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, .* IGH STREET, WODONGA, TIEOS to announce that ho has opened a ' L 'Tinsmith's Shop in the prnmiscs lately rused as' Tl. SENTINE.L Office. TANKS! TANKS! TA.NKSC All sizes made to order., Baths I Baths 'I Baths I S.Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in .took.- i : , Orders by post punctually attended to. j USIC ! MUSIC II `MUSIC II •Professor. L. Iverson (Of the d iena Conservatoire of Musict), Visits A: ODONGA' on Wednesdays and Sa, :-: turdays. ' Addres- Allea's Terminus Hotel. "Live, and Let Live.' CHARLIE SYMONS , S AS started the BEST CAB on the S9-line, between Alburyand ~Wsdonga, wi d will pay every attention to thao "w'n favor him with their p...

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"DOWN AMONG THE DEAD MEN." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

"DOWN AMONG THE DEAD MEN." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR, - To dub the quetion of the Sandy Creek cemetery site a "burning " question, may be objected to, because of its unpleasant ambiguity, being too suggestive of sultry gehennas, sulphury sheols, or the homely " Hell-fire and brimsone " of the average Methodist revivalist. Yet, for want of a more suitable and fashionable adjective, I will let it pass, in the fervent hope that the future climatic experiences of the worthy Sandy Creckers will easily be re- corded by Fahreneit or Reaumur. For over a quarter of a century, Sandy Creek has been content to bury its dead at the picturesque Yackandandah cemetery, distant about 25 miles. Two obstacles to the continuance of this custom have lately   presented themselves. Firstly, that exas- perating Licensing Act has forbidden all possibility of the weary stretch between Lawson's and Robinson's having its spiritual     deficiences rectified; and s...

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CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

CORRYONG.   ----<>---- (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) I take up a theme in this issue which ought to be of the greatest interest to the epople of Corryong and neighborhood, and in connection therewith I trust that popular interest will be aroused and immediate measures be taken to remedy a defect that reflects no little discredit upon the other- wise active and enterprising residents of this district. I refer to our local cemetery, and although in my coming remarks I may excite the ire of some, yet I shrink not from the duty of recroding a strong protest against the shameful neglect and utter care- lessness dispalyed with regard to the limited space of soil that is set apart as "God's   acre: in this neighborhood. I have been an extensive glove-trotter in my time, transversing many lands, mingling with many races, and as a matter of course have been privileged to observe very closely the dif- ferent manners, customs, and institutions pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

/ Board and Residonce. C[O FORTAi3BE IOARD and REST. ) DENCI canl now ho obtaiiod' at Claremont Villa, opposite \eolovan Clhurch, WVodongn. All the comforts of homl'o. AMIRS CIIARLES, Proprlitress, A RESPEh'C'A1IL young woman would hlko to correspond with a nieolhanlc, with a view to lnatrlnmony, Addresrl hlridget, P.O., Vodonila. AJAN E'IID, a IENEIAL. SERVANT, _ _ Apply, Mrs Uoslctt, VWodonga. Wodonga Rifle Club. P RACrTICPR DAY, every SATURDAY i AFTERNOON, at thrco o'clock. Persons desirous of bc.cming Im embers cani enrol at Mir (G. Leighton's sto?'o, whine anuimnition clan'le talnOtd. Price (to members only) 5s lier 100 rmantsd. " .,'! S C;B:.' 0 ;OSLETTT, lun. 4olecar v.tar Tenders ifor E_. ection of Horse Sale Yards. T ENDERS will .'e :received till SATURDAY, 24th instait, ad dressed to .J. 0. CAMPRErL CI a Ue of Mr John Woodland, Shire Seurotaryl, .We. donga, for the EREO'TION of HORSE SALE-YARDS at WODONGA. Specificatinns on view at tihe Shir. Office on nod after the 10th S...

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A MARK OF DISTINCTION FOR BRAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 23 September 1887

A MARK OF DISTINCTION FOR BRAVERY. On Wednesday Mr T. B. Trezise, inspector of mines, on behalf of the Mining Department   presented certificates for bravery   in mining accidents to Messrs Daniel O'Neill, John McAlpine, and Herman Schelameister, of Sandy Creek, for conspicuous courage displayed by them in August last in the rescue of Mr R. I'Anson, when buried in a shaft 40 feet deep by a fall of surface, rock, timber, and other debris, In making the presentation, Mr Trezise expressed the warmest admiration for the splendid conduct of the recipients. Regard less of their own safety, they worked, in turns, for nearly five hours, heeded not the danger, that looked imminent all the while, of a possible further collapse, and not waiting to take precautionary measures for their own safety, which, if done, would have most probably resulted in the loss of a young life. On making his official inspection of the scene of the disaster, he was so much struck with the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

P ,PVmewy an -vv.r\gnt;, .: Co., Limited. PUBLIC NOrICE. W T io I?o to notify that we have this day V DISt'JOI,:D of our (BUSINESS at Allidry i?onil WVlonii a t, PE'l1tME\VAN, JJi ilI', and CU(?'ANY ([IMrITED).. sauil hveo' uitcl plieasiru in thanikig you'for ?io kind and liural saupport received by usie .for iany yr ars. I'eriSNewa, WVri ght, uani (ouiipany, I.: nitod,.are well cst.i hli?i?.i with branches tur'mgilhout the iolonieui, rddil agencies in iall pI.rty of the world \Yo can eonldlulntly reconmmnetlthem, and truit they will receive a conatiuanc'e of your 1patronage. Y S. STA'rXLEY UIR. Alhury,0th'l?y; 17'ly ' ?S Ii rdfoieanci to thu li ioiioo; wen have misich pisjstir; .hii nsolieitiin a coittinunneoe of th'e a: liport .'proviitsely: accorded to MessLrs dt.anloy k dl Slir, and uinr ?i.atroris i ny rest anssnisred of our bet, ucloaers.s 's P:Mr EWAN;: RIG 'HTI, & :COMPIANY J.? : OUNG;l Manager, C; listi itsiolley' y 't li.toN, af d ii'ortet rate, OfticDs;Oi?L. Crili...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. ~. C. ELLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, EGS to aaoouuce that he is prepared to MANUFACTURE i'ERY DESCRIPTION of VEHIICLE Both at Albury and Wodonga. flopairs neatly execoted. All work guaranteed. Charges strictly moderato. HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announe that heo has opened a Tlnsmith'a Shop in the premises lately used u Tir. SENTINEL Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths ! Baths ! Baths ! Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. M USIC! MUSICI! MUSIC II Professor L. Iverson (Of the \ Senna Conservatoire of Music), Visits \ ODONGA an Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. " Live, and Let Live.' CHARLIE SYMONS T" AS started the BEST CAB on the H line, between Albury and Wedongn, and will pay every attention to 'those who favor hiuu with their patronag, 'I. Passengers driven to either town at' any hour of the day or night.: Post Office Hotel, CAMP ST...

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COMMERICAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 September 1887

COMLIEiWIAli ,L W~ODONUGA. 'rITe following are thu .latest. quota tiouns: Flour, £9 per ton .. Whoat, 3s Od pur bushel, Butter (pottecd),.7d;pur lb'.}r, .?p: Potatoes (Wrirrnamsnbol), .4 pur tins Barley, &3 I r lb. Butter (fresh), 10d per lb Eggs, Od pur dozen White oats, 3sa Ir bushel Brown oats, 2s :3'l)prbisheol' ."" Cape barley, is Od'lper luolel' .,' + "h Englilsh baisIuy, 4s por bushlel Brii; lS iuper bushel . Pollard, la 'per bushel Chalf,£3 10s per ton '' Hayj, £5po thpr n ''' Penls, 4s per bushel '

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