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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

Dr Carver broke his reco.l it 'T'rultt n N. J., o Juhi I :, y bru ki ul1000 plaas. b Ils during n 41 minute "shoot ". Protectiln it rritd t", great length int Texas, ua they have there a tax lnt cnot mnercial travelluns belongstA to other States. A lanchne t gramtmr ic?iol mios re cently dutined " sinister " as " female innellr." Vital Questions I I I I Ask itee moeet Oemisecn Phyician Of any school, what is the hest thing in the world for quieting and allaying all arri 'tion of the nerves, and curing all forms of nervous complaints, giving childlike refresh "ilg sleep always ! And they will tell you unhesitatingly "Some form H olpe!!!" CHA renR I. Ask any or all of the most eminent phly. siciuns "1 What is the best and only remedy that can bhe relied on to cure all diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs; such as Bright's disease, diabetes, retention, or inability to retain urine, and all the diseases and ailments peculiar to Women " And they will tell you explicitly and emphati...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

TALLANGATTA. The same oflicers sat at TallaugattD oan Thursday, and made the following recom mendations: UNDER 32ND SECTION LAND Acr, 1884. Georgo Walton, 181a, allotment A, .Ban gil James I. Wilson, 4455, allotment 50, Cudgewa Joseph Bradley, 800a, allotment tO, Granya John Campbell, 960, allotment 28, Jin gellic Annie L. Jeffcott, 750a, allotment 5:1, Jingollio Walter Richards, 730a, allotment 45, Koetong ., Alfred Richards, 810a, llotment 46, Koo tong John. Robb, 1000i , allotment 49, Thowgla' , Francis A. Bowdon, 400x, allotment 23, Tintaldra Annie Maddison, 860a, allotment 04, Tintaldra Thomas i. Waters, Jun., 310a, allotment 24, Towong John T. Takle, 240a, allotment :31, Towong Robert Taylor, 300o, allotment 37, To David. Whitahead, 760a, allotment 42, Towong Richard II. Mildren, 030a, allotment 50, Wveol,oo John P'olmear, 740a. allotment 69, Wye? boo Thomas Thomas, 800a, allotment 82, Wyceboo ' UNDER 07mT SEcrloK. Elzabhoth Carter, 1000al ; Bugil James Coughlan, 750a, Walwa. ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE SHIPPING DISASTER. 30 LIVES LOST. SORRENTO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

TWlE SHIPPING DISASTER. 30 LIVES LOST. [BY ELECTriC T'?LEO, APoI.] . (FrIROMr OU OU OW CORRICESPONDE)NT.) SoIu?LEro, Thursday. The latest reports from the wreck of the Cheviot at the Heads show that about thirty passeugers.were lost. The nasuo.'... of the saved are Fredurick Campbell . ' ': John King Turnbull .. . .-,-- ,." Third engineer (name unknown) .. Mir and ?Mrs Apporsloy . J Mr and Mrs Mariott ). Mrs J. O'Briion, Miss Wilson bliss Edwards, Mrs Ralph . MIr Ryan, Mr Maylield Mrs J. H. Ball, Edward Coombs (cook) Two firemon (Anderson and Caniof) Stewards II. Bailey and J. Stander wicks Captain Richardson, A. O. Nailer.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. NEW LICENSES ISSUED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

GAZETTE NOTIOURl. New LICeRNsE I.55URD. James (rnmlt, 10a, Bullinh Jnames COok, 20, Nariel Alex. Crowu, 20a, Tancamubalangs John Donnelly, 20a, Mitta MIitta Emolia E. Maddock. 20a, Tangamn. balanga Daniel Mongan, 20a, Yackandandah Charles Simpson, 20,s. Colac Coltic John llana, 17a, Walwa William S. Sanders, 20a, Talgarno. Lscr.NeS APPROVED. Cno. Wilkinson, 530a, \Vagra Thomans lowran, 8, 80, Bthanga Henry Scales, 20a, Tallangatta. Leases ArPiovDo. Jan. Stevenson, 753a, Granya John D. Gimblott, 297a, Keolangie Laurence Flynn, 702a, Granyn Johanu W. Kleinitz, 180x, 3r 10p, Baranduda. T'ausNnIt PIRussTRnnRD. James Simpslllon tolJhn Hai, menorchant, Yackandaudah, 35a 3r 18p, allotment tI A, so:tinn 0, Korgunyah Richard Gray to David Norrioe, graiher, Cudgown, allotments 6, lo, 1t, and lp, Oadgowa, d3a Dr 21p, and ODa r 36ip.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TALGARNO. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

TALGAARNO. (FROM. OUR OW' CORRIIES'PONDENT.) The chances are that, after all, we may. be vertually independent of a railway up,.. the Murray and the Victorian side. The.. Now South W\ales Government have un dortaken a flying survey up the Mlurray fronm Yambla, and the main Sydney line, to Welaregang. The survey was taken quite close to Cumnberoona Homestend,' which is really on the river. it makoa..'_ one smile like aChinamnan who has evaded the poll tax, to think of the markets this, line will open up for our redguln chaff, itnd other farm produce. Tlh' Talgarno Debating Club held their usual fortnightly meeting on Saturday. There was a good ttentldance, including some 'now members. The business for the evening tool: the form of a trial by jury. The president (MIr R. Drummeond, jut.) in the capacity of judge, and Mr A. J. Elliott us Crown prosecutor, were specially good. This, for a first attempt at trial, was very successful. Tom Pinch hated the fiery monsters in the shape of nigh...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

WODONG.A MARlKETZ. Mesars -Douglharty, Son, and Parker re port having held their usual fortnightly sale on Monday last, ih their yards, Wodonga, when nearly 4000 head were yarded, of which they sold over 2000. Thiere was a nuanorous attenldance of buyers, and overy lot yarded was disposed of at very satia factory rates considering the present state of the fat cattle market. They also sold', 738 bullocks for Messrs A. Tobin and' Sons, Wiugadee, N.S.W., averaging £5. l1R, the highest average obtained at the sale; 802 bullocks for the late Harvey Welman, £5; (i bullocks for MIr BI: Walsh, Whorouly, at £5 13s; 47 bullocksa for Mir R. Kain, Weorageo, at £5 16s ;. 92 calves from Wodonga, art £2 15a G(1 46 yearlings for MIr G. 1M. Harrison,. Brown's Plains, at £2 9a; 58 young cattle for Mr E. Williams, Lenova, at £3f 7a; 21 steers for Mr Henderson, Wo donga, at £4 10s; 200 mixed cattle for various owaters. The same ftirm also re port havitig held their usual quarterly sale of horses at W?r...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

COMMEIWIAL. WODONGA. The following are the latest quota tions: Flour, £9 per tonr Wheat, 3s il per bushel Butter (potted), 5d per lb Potatoes (Warrnatubool), £4 per ton, Barley, 3d per lI. Butter (fresh), 9d per lb Eggs, 9d per dozen White oats, is per bushoe Brown oats, 2s 3d per bushel Cape barley, 3s Gd per bushel' English barley, 4s per bushol Bran, la per bushel Pollard, Is per bushel Chaff, £3 per ton Hay, £4 per ton Peas, 4s per bushel Mlaizo, 4s.

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THE UPPER MURRAY RAILWAY. PUBLIC MEETING AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

TILE UPPER MURRAY RAILWAY. PUBLIC MEETING AT ALBURY. On Monday night a meeting was hold at the Council Chambers for thi purpose of urginLg on tie Govornment the necessity of constructing a line of railway to the Upper Murray. Thero was a large attedanceu, many being unable to obtain even standing room in the hall. The Mayor (Mr T. H. Griflith) occupied the chair. Tie chairman, in oplelng the proceedings, said that the rgoent necessity for agitatinu the construction of the lion would be patent to all when on one dide they had the Cuol carin and Carowa line and the movement for the erection of a bridge over the Murray at Jingelli oand Tintaldra, both of which would tend to divert trallic and trade from Albury. There was not the slightest doubt that in the event of the bridge being constructed they would have to say " good-bye " to a large extent of the traffic frome the Upper Murray, for when the bridge over the river was erected, travelling stock would hug the mountains, and all this...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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A DISCLAIMER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

A DISCLAIMER. TO THE EDITOR OP TUIE BENTINEC? SIR,--Will you ploaso allow mo tocor. root an impresalno that has been circu lated during the wook, ly stating I am not tho John Mitchell mentioned in the Bethanga Police Court nowa of last, wcok.-Yours, &c., JOHIN MITCHELL. Bethanga, 19th Octobur.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

Perme an, Wright1, & CO, Limited.. PUBLIC 'NOTrICE. T IC hog to notify thalt we have this day V DISl'OSI,) of our BUhNINE:S at bA iwryenud W\'odlog. to 'ERM.: lVAN, \'l.IUII'l', and CUtMP'ANY (LIMITED). anal have touch pleasore in thaunking you for the kind anlt liihral supllport received by us for nlany years. rl0newaiil, Wright, an111 Company, .iliteLd, are well eotablishlll with branches til'ig?htout the colonies, ail agencies in all parts of the worldl. We ola conlcidontly reuooilniell tlhelll, and trust they will receive a contiltlanle of.your ppl r.ranigc. STANLEY & MUIR. Albury, 10th May, 13S7. Il reforllnee to the llabove, we havoe nluch pleasure in soliciting a conltilluance of the llppourt previously lccorded to Messrs Stanley ald hairh, and loulr llpatronlls lmally rest assured llof our beat lendeavors. PEIItMIIWAN, WRIGHT, & COMPANY (LIMITED), J. YOUNG, Manager, Albury and Wodonga. JOHN WILKINSON, SOLICITOR, &c., of Now South Wales and Vic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. E_ d_ ELLIS, OF ALBURY AND WODONGA, 'PEGS to announce that he is prepared to MANUFACTURE BVIIRY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Boeh at Albury and Wodonga. Repairs neatly eeo-tesd, Allwork guaranteed. Charges strietly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, _HIGIH : STREET,. WODONGA, S D?Stoannoun0ce that he hasoejn; '' Tinsmith's Shop in the premies lately used as Tea SaxursaL Offioe. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths I Baths I Baths ! Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders by pest punctually attended to. M USIC I MUSIC !! MUSIC !! Professor L. Iverson (Of the 1 lenna Conservatoire of Music), Visits R ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. "Live, and Let Live.' CHARLIE SYMONS HAS started the BEST CAB on the line, between Albury and Wedonga, and will pay every attention to those who favor him with their patronage. Passengors driven to either town at any hour of the da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

? P -REWAD on RFCCOVE?Y of a light 21 draught bay MARE. Little white on face, one white hl.td foot, was newly lhod, and branded ET over P near' honlder. This mare escaped from the Pound paddock on the 16th'instnnt. EDMUlND T. POWELL. EN SHILLINGS P.EWARD.-Stolen SL or strayel frors W.,odo"?a, on "8th September, bay HORSE, branded 3I over C off sahoulder. The- Above reward will be aid on bringing the horse to' TutzSTINELs 'Board and Residence.. C OMFORTABLE BOARD and RESI. DENCE can now be obtained at Claremont Villa, opposite Wealeynn Church; Wodonga. All the co,:forts of home. MRS CHARLES, Proprietress. '" £1 Reward. TOST or destroyed, my Mastiff DOG " Rex." If lost I offer the above reward, but it destroyed £i in addition will be given for iniformnation that would-lead to the conviction of the malefactor. F. M1. COBBAM. TO WOODCUTTERS. fTENDERS are isnvitod for CUTTING : FIREWOOD' near Wod,,nga. Apply GORDON AND GORDON, Wadonga. TO FENCERS. mENDERS are invited for ERECTING 1 40 CH...

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KERGUNYAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

KERG U.NYAY. (FROM OUR OWN C'ORItESPONDE.YT.) The:.iilhabita?tsn of Ko:gunyah South having long fdlt the inconvcnienie of being .without a jStre schonol, philced their griev. asnce before the Minister of.Education some nmoths ago,with the result. that Mr Nisbht was asked to erect' a room for the purpose, at his owit expense, mid let it to the depart mut.-at a moderate annual rental, which thlt gobtleman. kindly agreed to do. The school-a fino, substantial, 'and tastefully. ereJted buildling--was completed .on the 13th inatolit., On'itlhe 14th nitatit a picnic .and dance, got up by. Mr Nisbet, Mr Walker, and Mr Langloy, to give the chii droitna treat before opening' it, wan held in the school. Ocwing to the isolated position Kergunyah South occupies, the attendance was not large, but those present spent a most ,enjoyable day: annl night. The chil dren:,were kept. constantly running for v'arious and handsome prizes, under the supervision of Mr Walker. Many thanks are due to Mesdames L...

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CORRYONG [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

CO)IFYO1VU .'-4~------ : ; (FROMst OUt OWN CORREuSPONDENT.) On Friday, 7th inst., the annual piollio in connection with the Thougla h tato-school was duly colebrated. Up. wards of 300 people assembled to Ido 'honior to the occasion-and thie gool things provided. Mrs G. Fohuy, assisted by irs 0. K. Toulius and other ladies, was the caterier, and the result was ri most liberal and nagnilicenst display (I saw that emtiphatically) of all the delicate dainties and tithits that culinary skill could possibly devise and produce. I' you good folks of Alhury want to learn how to furnish a picnic table with comes tibloe that would tempt the appetite of an anchorite, and mnaIe a man pray for anl enlargrement of the stomacuhic poevors of digestion, then just slide along toi Cur ryong, and with the aid of Mrs Fenby wo'll show how the thing call be done. The tables extended the full length of a large booth formed of evergreens, gar nished with flowers and laden with--but amy powers of description ...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON.— FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

ed·bolgat & CL oottlg ~nlltictl Awake ! Aris! Or eo for over fallen! M?LTroN. SFRIDAY, OCTOBER 91, 1887. - --o. · Mn LANGTREs cannot be too highly complimented on the success achieved by his "Annual Report" for this year. The various matters embraced in his thoroughly comprehensive pub lication, though necessarily of a soientilio character, are so lucidly ex plained and so happily illustrated by sketches and diagrams, that, literally, "heo who runs may read." Though mining of to-day, as compared with the primitive " tub and cradle" days, is greatly dependent, for its profitable development, on the discoveries of the chemist and the invention of'the mechanician, Mr LANxGToE has not spattered these pages with scientific monstrosities of nomenclature-his ol ject having been to lay before a. de cidedly intelligent, though perhaps not scientific, class, a full and comprehen sive detail of such new developments, inventions, and improvements, as may bo beneficial to them in their e...

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BEQUEST TO THE OVENS DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

BEQUEST TO THE OVENS DIS- TRICT HOSPITAL. The news that a handsome bequest had been made to the Ovens District Hospi- tal will be learned with pleasure by resi- dents in the extensive district served by that beneficent institution. The first in- timation of the fact was conveyed in the following letter received last Thursday afternoon by Mr W. T. Soulby, of Beech- worth, from Mr W. Templeton, Execu- tors Agency Company, of which Mr Soulby is the local agent:- "Re Maurice Stack, deceased. I have much pleasure in asking you to com- municate to the committee of the Beech- worth Hospital that the Rev. Maurice Stack, who died in France in August last, has left a handsome legacy to that in- stituation. I can't at present say what the exact amount (which is one-f0urteenth of the residue of the estate) will be, but it will not be less than £750. Mr Stack appointed our company as his executor; and as the property is all to be realised at once, we hope there will not he any delay iin winding ...

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LOCAL LAND BOARDS. MITTA MITTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

.LOCAL LAND BOARDS.   MITTA MITTA. Messrs Stewart and Blundell, land officers presided at Mitta Mitta on Wednesday, the 12th inst., when the following applica tions were recommended: . Under 32nd Section'     Raymond G. Murtagh, 750a, Dartella George Gathergood, 450a, Dartella John Crawford, 400a, Dartella Thomas Crawford, 300a, Dartella (sub. jeot to certificate of age) William E. Smith, 100a, Dartella Sarah Courtney, 49)a, part of allotment 55, Dorchap-Recommended for east half John Lord, 490a, part of allotmenlt 55, Dorchap-Recommended for west half Catherine Crawford, 700a, Gibbo Thomas Coleman, 6G0a, Cibbo Daniel Carmody, 350a, allotment 37, Gibbo-Recommended for west half Margaret A. Crawford, 350a, allotment 37, Gibbo-PRecolmended east half Johanna S. Crawford, 640a, allotment 33, Gibbo--Recommended west half Thomas Regan, 640a, allotment 38, Gibbo -Recommended for east half Vincent Murtagh, 700a, Gibbo James T. Smith, 630a, allotment 32...

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TALLANGATTA SUB-TREASURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 October 1887

TALLANGATTA SUB-TREASURY. The local receiver and paymaster sup plies us with the following list, for general information: ISSUE OF NEW LEASES, The following is a list of leases under section 32 of the Land Act 1884 awaiting execution at the Tallangatta Receipt and Pay Office. These leases can be executed before any postmaster, or at the Tallangatta sub-Treasury. Lessees who may be unable to attend personally at Tallangatta can send a written order for the delivery of their leases at the various post-offices, where they can be executed by the postmaster or postmistress, as the case may be: A. Adams, E. Attree, M. A. Adams, A. E'. Attree, W. J. Alexander, W. Attree, J. P. Anderson. A. A. Backhaus, C. J. Bear, A. E. Bramley, A. Blair, M. Boyd, A. Boyd, T. H. Bear, J. Briggs, C. E. Bramley, G. Burrows, L. Bridgett, H. J. Bowler, J. Barber, S. Bartlett, T. Black, Angus Briggs, W. Bramley, A. M. Bramley, W. T. Bramley, G. . A. Burrows, D. Bennett, M. Bowler, F. R. Bramley, V. R. Bates. J....

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TALLANGATTA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

TALLANGiAT A M.R A. ?ET. Chas. L. Girittith ,ad Co. report hold ing a sale of store cattle at Talliagatta onn Saturday, the22nd inst., when they yarded nearly 600 mixed cattle to a large atton dance of buyers, including a number from Corryong, Tunmbarumba,.&c. Owing to the fact of several sellers declining to face a falling market at the last moment, a considerable nnbhcr of buyers were dis appointed in getting supplied. 'The cattle yarded sold well, and realized full current values, two year old steers of' nice cuality selling to; £5, mdilkepl s and springers to £5 12s. "d, yo'ung, mixed cattl, at very full rates. Theyl sold drafts for Messrs M. Walsh, Thos. nMurray; Carkoek, M'Donald, G. and R. Double dlsy, L. Merkel, Gen. Richarde, D. Evcans, and others. The next sale will be held on Saturday, 19th November.

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Vital Questions Ask the most Eminent Physician [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

.... ,".: ,i Vital Questions I III AIsk the 7ihos eminent Phyasici? i Of any school, what is the heat thing In "? ' the world for quieting anld llaying all arrii tion of the nerves. tlnl cvuriln all forms of nervous complaints, giving childlike refresh. iag bleep always . And they will tell you unhesitatingly ' inl ",Some form oJf lop, s!!" C?IIAI'Tr. 1. Ask any or all of the most eminent phy sleians ." What is the blest and only remedy that. tcan be relied on' to curd all diseases of the kidneys' rind urinary organs; suclh as lri : ht's: disease, diabetes, retention, or -'in"mliity to retah urine, and all the diseases ",'*' anid tillmhonts peculiar to Women " ' And they will tell you explicitly a andl S thiphatically ".lluchar. Ask the samne physicians S. " What is the most reliable and surest cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia; constipation, indigestion, biliousness, malaria, ague, &e.," anid they will tell you: Arcorultke or Dandelion ! ! ! Hecoe when these remiedie...

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