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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

,IL! i.;ýl0Q ;a1ws I`.d P: rua . ' ·:i 1ý' " ii.flg~l in. ": iT,1Ve a! ,t ey:`t:; ir~u: talx on u,1, 1 ,,;-. týur I .L.; t dI.ullr Xeui t '.to outer .:iJ i,8nt l:n.; ,.i, A, A[yt .,ni hurtcyt r glrallllnr rchoo;cl niias re" iutly, dvtirnwd " sianistr it a fenwikalu outner," ." ' :'S. MASON, . ,IGHII STREET, W ODONGA ESTAOLtsIIItD 1857 -. BAKER, . 1 :GROOER, "-' l q.1'Aind GENERAL PROVISION STORE W?odong'a ,Butchery. ' GEO.-J. ALLEN :r EOS to announce that he has purchased S the business of MIr llomer Wilson and 'hopes to merit a continuance of the support so liberally accordled to his predecessors. Nothing but first-class Meat leaves this establishmeht. Small Goods of Every Description. Practical Watchmaker, D " -DEAN STREET, ALIjURY, Opposite Court-house, 1 ESPECTFULL\ reminds the public S, that heo ha now on hand A ,WELL-ASSORTED STOCK of .English, Geneva, and Waltham Watches, All Examined and GuaranteetL Also, American and French CLOCKS; S:and a large and varied assortment of Gol...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAZETTE NOTICES. GRANTS APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

t .IZRTTR N()7'JOTIW . (itAN7rs Ar,'covco. 1 GOrirgo K. Jophcott, i9n 3r 2Op, Tin. John Mitchell, Iln 3r 27p, elorringa Robort Drunmmond, 18 2r, Tlnlgnriio. LiocYNcaER AieROvcn. . ITiniothy Ryan, lOa, gracing block 3809, Vlodnnga - Matthew Cunnniighani, 14'x, grazing block 7032. Tallangatta. _ Lwcuce9 TicvoEo. I'nreieinh ltPAuliffe, 4n, Kergunych Chasn. Harpor, 504a, 'alliangitte. t .I 7 Aariuis ArI'IuOtrr. ISolomonn 'ScratCliloy ,to TIhnniae Jury, 20at, Bcrriega. mnv. Litters Arrnomi.r, Qracu Humprcniioi tall, 79le Or 'l3p, Bur rowyo ! teeneit Mror 84a Ir 5i8p, Yacknndan W~illinm Cl. M'L1erlene, 28a 2r 2lp, lyolrr Weot 0 i

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

ALLB UR{ Y MAl 4KET. i ' Messrs Chli. L." Gritiiti'llb'o' Co. repriit, holding their usual fo.tnilghtly mnaralct o Wedinesday last, whule they ynrdo l'50 cattle and 5000 lleel,pto a large atteldalnce of buyers. Cattle.-450 yarded, abbtli' one.fourth of which consisted f uiseful lief, reimain?er imostly for'w~lr bullocks If a superior descriptidn;f best billocks in averaged £7 11s. Onlly a few :cows yarded, plain and light sold to £5 7s lid. Forward bulleees, two largu lota averaged £5' 13i indllt £G respectively ; best yard spriogers averaged £5 7s 5d, odd spr1in gurs and milkers at higher prices ; youn mixed. cattleu at. full .rates. ,They sold drafts for Messrs J. J. Hore, John Mi'Douiald, J. Wilson, Jas. W'yse, Mrs Lais, andl others. Fat calves-They sold a draft of vealers for Mr. Here at £2 15s. Sheep-5000' yarded, about:twd.thirds lshorn, relmainder mostly ag.ed ewes in wool. They sold drafts for Messrs. Jas, WVyser, A. Lindner, F. Miltllhrpe, G lnd R. Doubleday, aud others. Be...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

a UNDO WRING. loon, our owS COHIE,'OrNOEST.) At a meeting of the committee for thie iannuial idicnicOibid ball lIere, -iti.'was de cided that the eventt should be hold this:: yt ii'in tLi 18th NoiuLber, :iiiilace of lanstyear's date, Dti November. 'stisioust salutary changes were also decided-upon: in the miodei of victuallig' theoguets; Tickets for thue picnic (at is each) and: sepmtr:oe nes, fdr tliou sll (it' 2s) havie beens printed, instead of the .combined: 2s 6d tickets of formeryoears? On ;pre-. sentation of the pienic Lickets, adults. will; be served at thel tables on tioe. ground at a fixed thimie-wrhich time will: be after the little folks have been allsiwed ample iopportulity to refresh their inter al eclionliy. , This, if carried out in its: integiity by the coniiiittee--mnd they appeared resolved upon the- nattor at the. meeting-will prevent the iidiscriminate wollfing" of provisions sure to take place when thle "come one, come all " attack is invited. It is tlhouight t...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE BETHANGA ATHENÆUM QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

THE BETHANGA ATHENIEUJI S QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE SENTINEL. ? SIR,--I the last issue of your TlilIan gatta contemporary, the Bothanga corres pondent, in .reply to my. letter wherein I had to correct 'a jart of his report on our Atheneum subject, gives more in formation, strange to us. He sayslthat nine cSumnittee, men attended and eight voted, the president givinig 'his castilng vote in favor of the Church of England, and he wonders why I did not vote. : He may con,tinlue to wondor. It's a free country, aid I don,'t 'chiio to makd lhii' my coajidat. Hi o is wrong in his nusn hers, guess again, and if he wauntsrtliable informatioi t,' ;iAthenuami iitisiues, lhe can either attend personally or read The 'Se,.tinct I( Heualns 'iays:--'' As 'sme doubts have orisen," &c. No doubts at all, only in his own mind. Everybody here knows, whei the site is suggested. A rather unroliable,reporter this, whenhit week or two after hinareport appears, lle admits his own dbubti of-its r...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

If'ODONGA RACING CLUB.. ,A .mootingt of the ;comintteo of the. Woldonlg Racing Club was lield at Barn. brick's hotel )t!n Wedliesdi?y eveniilg last. when there were present Mlfesrs G. J.. Allen 'i(ili jthe ichai)P )'iWitg,7IBassett, Kyle,"J'ohJusteou, 'Ca'nilplefl aiid Bambriclc (secretary). The principal business trans.. acted was the drawing, up of the pro. gran no. for. thu annual mecfting oi Boxing Day, and the erection of officers for the ensuing year. The following: apphiitments were zinlnd::-Judge. Mr G. Street , clerk of scales, Mr A. Kyle; starter, Mllr'T. Johnston; clerk of course,. Mfr J. M'Gaftin; handicapper, Mr G. Vowtes, of 3ifolbourno; secretary and. and treasurer, Mr .T. Bambrick ; stewards --:Messr Allen, Wigg, Bamnbrick, John ston, S. Manon, jun., FlanaL?n, 1'. Street,. G. L. Huon, C. E. Cnmlpbell, J. Bassett,. andeA. Kyle; conmmittee-Messrs A llou, Wigg, Johnston, ]Bambrick. Street, Kyle, nnd Campbell. Messrs Bambrick and Johnston were al)pointed to canvass W, .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

i-'ermewan, Wright, 8 :: .. Co.,' Lrmited. : PUBL1C NO 'ICl. WtE hI?" to notify that we have this idaly )IL'uIS?i of of our ilUSINESS ht, AlItry iand Wodongi to PI'RME .ilAN,. \\'tIIHIT, andu CthMPANY (LI.IITEDI). and halor utichl pleasure in thakiniig you for the kind sa:l libhor.l support rcccivedl by us flr llalny years. P'eruI ,Oal, Wright. andu Companlly, I.l nitel, are well catablislell with liracihes tlhr ughout the coluoties, anlld agelUies i all arts of thile world \We cu colllnilduitly recommendlioII thIoIi, ail trust ltioy will roeeive a COltinualluc of your u.Iuronlge. S'TAN'LEY & MlUIR. Albury, 10th May, 1887. In refurouteu to thu albove, we have nuich pleasuuriu in soliciting aL. continuance of thio Sipport -praviouily acoorded to Messrs. -.G:.loy nndel, itdr, and ourpaitrolls lilcyresl " osurel ofu ourlbot enuleavo ' ''- ý-- - P IERMIIWAN, WRIIII'I , & COMPANh\ S CLIAMIT'ED). . J. YOUNG, IManagor,' Albury t,, Waodorign JOHN 1WILKINSON; SOLICITOR, - Ic....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

Albury and Wodonga Coach Factory. _ C_. SiJzIS, OF. ALBURY AND WODONGA, . i.GS to am.ounce that he is prepared tn MANUFACTURE jUV'RY DBSCRIPTION of VEHICLE' .Beth at Albury and Wodonga. •nair neatly executed. i work gu?anteed. : gas sricftly moderate. F-RIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, '? gGH STREET, WODONGA, )EG S to announce that he has opened a B Tlsmith's SLop in the premises lately -aedes TssT5n ,aLr Oflice. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! AU sies madee to unter. Baths ! Baths! Baths ! ,very daription of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. 1MjUSIC! i.USICII MUSIC!! ,..Professor L. [verson Si(Of the l ieana Conservatoire of Music), .V"isits W ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. 'Ai"; ',ddres-Allen's Terminus hotel. "Live, and Let Live.' CHARLIE SYMONS AbS started the BEST CAB on tlhe line, between Alburyand Wedonga, . and will pay every attention to those 'whofavor him with their patronage. ' Passengeors drivenl to either town at any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

To Prospectors. A PPLICATIONS will be received un til twelve o'clock noon' on Satur dlay. 5th November, from parties willing to Pruspuet for Gold in the following localities:-Granya, Bethanga, anl Tal langatta. Particularn may he obtained from the President, .1. Scarlott, Esq., at Botlhanm, or fromn the Secretary, at the shire ottico, Tallangatta. JOHN COLBERT, S :.Shire.Socrotary. Shire Office. Tallha.atta, 25th October. 1887. T BEG to return nly ilnst graitelul .l THANKS to the Iany kind frioicnid .who m.upon the diheiti of our child during the wvoek, extended their help acld a:yilt pathy towards us. (.EO. LEIGHTO)N. :Extension of Time. r 'iENDERS will he 'receoived until the I. Oqth O(CTOIF'R. at e8ight lp.m, for the CONSTRUCTION of ia BRICI and IRON BUILDING for It Flour Mill, at1 Glen Creek, I)ederang. hlins and supeclic' " tionli may hie seenl ait the storel, 't. ukiandai., 1111. Jt)N IIAIC. PUBLIC IALL ait TALI ARN'O. A MIE'E'IINC for the ?liscussiol of the . propnosed Public...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 21st OCTOBER. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M.; T. C. Reidy, J. Bunbrick, W. Hill, and H. Harkin, J.P.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

" WODONGvA ."Ol,'E UUUfcT. FtIDu.t, 21st Ocron-a. r (Before M1essrs W. H. Foster, P.M.; T. C. t Roidy J. Btlnbri i\\'12 Hill, .int 11. IHarkin, J.P.) ASSAULT. James Flower v Jamens Mlrray-Assault. t.\r Thorold for complainant. The defen dant denied the clharge. The complainant s gave, vidence to the elfeet tllat on the 20th elolptembor ,lhe was riding alonb. the road ndftr' the' defeltlalt's house, when the'de. f fondant ruslied'out, ind,refusedl to allow a' hime pass, catching hold 'of his (complaini o ant's) horse. . Defndalit also thew stones ' it;ilnm, 'and said lio would do three years for hinm., Idlithltswer to defendant, thle compllinnt denied that he had given defendant any dproPo?iatioit whatev~r. itse hhd'not chlled defendant out to fight, nor hal he followed him doswn to his house. ; a Henry Stead, stepson of last witness, gave soir.ilar evidence. 0 The defendant expressed a desire to call his wife on his behalf, but the bench de. i cided that her testimony could not be t...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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BETHANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

BETHANUA. 7 S(lOM OUR OWN COlultlEIPONDENST.) 'Thlu advrtinucl iicethig ofrat.payels ill refurenclu I tlhe A lliuiouui lbuilinss took place at the lHithiiigi ?ill mn Saturday, aiid a fiir numliler fri.l all pIm'rt attended. AIr S, J. Nicliolla was 'vted ti lthu chair, inizli Mr It. D. COle aited al slcretitry toi thu lietltiing. Thu chliirmian lxplilied thu cauie of the Illuutiiig, anil Allr J. Luwih lllriil.ul1, anil lMr,;W. Bilbrough uie.ilud. thlat thli i iedtillKg tiutlrse the adtini'if thllu cii ilitluu in the stalblishmenit of I tll Bethantli; Atheilileniii. Thli was carried Umllinimusly. Mr l.. IP(ley pCoXised, ald Air o. ()iburino sunclldoUd, that the fbllchwiing geiitlUemun lie:appointed true .tuus:;-Mlesil 8. J. Nicholls, J. Lewis, (G. Ariliitrig, "R. I). Cubl, and W. Bilbrough. AIr J. Elliott piropised, and AMr J. M'Gill seconded, that upplication bu imade to the Towong Shire Council for assistance towards the building ullnd. Both moti nal wore carried unanimiously. The m...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 24th OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

iiJi-," '.. "' " ' :;.,! .; . "- "" ".L: , ;iTUEsDAY, 24th OtLTOUBnt. Presuent--'llu President, Cra Carkeek, Dtingf 4n?iTiohaic, Debistadic, Robinson, .P'toll, miad Larseln. COIRttRESONDENC(E. , I ; Fromlil the treasury, forwarding account, S:.I:,t o£2039.;8sfor complluetieon anccding to, - :J '. instructions,' and requesting that the aasle ) .,,t,,borrditurned whllen ccmpleted, with the '.. W 'words ' Subsidy Account" on envelope. ';A? ttlndei-d to . 'F rdlin (?,vernlent Statist, referring to cilrulhrlettti'r of 14th SeptclCber,' nlCking . c rtic l rinquiries re labor Ilprospects, and ,ruquestcig that the information required S beu!iforwarcded without dblay.-Attended :i'.., .Froiti sanme, acknowledging -receipt "of Idtter giving ininformation on above sub. 'ject.-Received. ' From J. Cam rbiell, secretary Shire Codnfercnce, Traralgon, stating he had re ceived a letter front MIr Harris, Mi.P. "i(cic'' iattachelid) which inldicated scoin danger of a reduction of subsidy to thous .. ls...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

Th( rilar mnthly Imeei of thiil ldy was held on Toieidy, thei'being pretsnt' Cra Harkin (pre.oidlet)l,; U blirick, M'Far litme, Jolbinsoii, )OConnoi', ild Bau3stt.' Froill tlhu c;i,:clriiin lilfiint Asylun, for wa,'iiiLngreotrt for the 3 cnr, ioi, lirging the clilia,oi.tlheu inatitltioli.-- Icived. ' tFrom tlo tiown of' Footcravy, riqnue4stilg thu co-operation of thu coilcil in irehitinl4 tlie'lifio iifT the Aseioilfly ii"g'iriitiing free raniivlL)y passes to aloclineibr who have huld their seats foroveno yeLLars. -N.o ctio llIecCs carf - -- - - -. - . ... ... .. * , From tice Poblic t,irks. l)opartiicent, notifyiligi tlie appointiiloint of M. D. Cozesi as (Goverlnlecnt auditor. --Rlceived. Froim the Ovens llonevrleiit Asylium, Ilc cepting the application of Mhr Charles lRoe to be adlnitted to the institution, aInd asking for a dollltion.--Thle aimn of £21 : was voted, oi the motionl of Cr .'lFarlanle, iciondr d by Cr O'Coinir..' ' lFrolm the Malfra Stock Tax and Fiarilrs andl lGraz...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

Deaths. CHAPMAN.-At Wodonga, on the 18th October, Leslie Lachlan, the dearly beloved son of Alexander J. and Rose Chapman; aged four years and three months.   LEIGHTON.- On the 24th October, at Wo- donga, Charles, the beloved son of Geo. Leighton aged four years and two months.  

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON.— FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 October 1887

A.vake ! Arisec Or be for ever fallen.! FRIDAY, OCTOBER °S, 1887. AADVANCE. Wodongal Each successive year points more and more to the fact tlat .Wodonga is rapidly becoming a great centree. Especially is this ltent. in thu increased number of cattle sold by auction during the present yelir iii this to':: icroml the northern coloeics, thusprovlng inidontostaaly liat.it is the" be.t smaa.et, irr Austlndia for store cattle. Nu otne is better acquainted with this incctltiani thei iifferietrlauc; t;.veers who ?tei?lt. ?l sides .to dis p0s'fdi ?nlstefbc' hrouitiht f?faifd'for sale,_several s whi.l are only wait in- t renrtion f-yardobefa "enter ing intqotl Sya liiineh.of th business. Aotr aimlttportt aiti ei c-f progressiveness. is manifest in .he1 thousands tsf Iales?uf ooel nowlb.i.g,, dsgpideliel..froni -tih 4 loesiI mlwas station. Last year WoTungs uoecuried the third position on thoe lis of stacions tthroughbut the colonyj fioi.i "whicia wool is sent. dl oi claw ]sst do lss than 1030...

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A Daughter's Misery. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

A Daughter's Misery.:. " Eleven years our daughter suffered on a ?ed of misery, F rom a oomplication of kidney, liver, reloumatic trouble and nervous debility, " Under the cure of thd best physicians, W \ gave her disease various names, "But no relief, " And new she is restored to us in good Lealth by.as simple a remedy as Dr Soule's .American Hop Bitters, that we had shunned furyears before using it."-Tnx PARENTS. Father is Getting Well. m' Ay daughter says: ."How much lbtter father is .since he sused 13r Soule's Antlrican Hop Bitters."' e" Eeis getting well after his loug suffer. iing from a disease declsred.incurable." ' Aud we are so glad that he used .your tiBitters.."-A LADY of N.Y. £'5 None genuine without a bunch of ;green hops on the white label, and Dr Soule's latmeo blovwn ill the bottle. BEwvAa of all ithe vile poisouous stuff made to :imitato .the tebove.

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CHILTERN ANNUAL FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

OHILTI'RIN ANNUAL FESTIVAL. The following hudicicpa havo booen do clared for the .Shellield Handicap which is to be run for on D1I Noeombur:-- ' F. Riclhrds, Ohiltorn ... ... 2 ,P. J. Maloney, .\Vest Melbourne ... 2 I Jas. oeagnoy, Northloti .. ... 3 J. H. i ulkinson, Sydney .. A MlorganTRichc lun (d a , '4 Gus Church, Sydney 4 D. M. Leslie, Melbourne . II. Jukes, Melbourne ... .. C..A. Cleland, Albury ' .. I"::.? j 0 J.O. Anderson, Gerogery. .; .... . Mlick Steivart, Albury ... ... 7 A. E..,West,,Wangaratta ... 'i 7? Johii Ndsih; Young ) 'JO.. . . 7 James Howell, Ruthorglan ... .. P. Caioy,' Rithorglen : ... ... 7 H. B, Mair, \Vagga Wagg ... ... 7 H. \V..Blhnuaun, Du ,ald ...... 7 Joe Gardnur, Elstournwick' ..: ': 7 J.-Mitche:l, Walbundrio . 8 E. A. \Villinni,. W\ngg Vag_,' ....'. 8' J. F. T y0lor, Yorong .. .., 8 D. Bukley, Yorong roon . ... ..rn 8 Rit. F Fjirwneitlinr, Euroa' ..... . - A. W. Hobsboi, Drouin 0... .J;1 TDeMnamlil, :Barnawartha I) J. Coombor, Blackwood ... .. 10 ,I....

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THE PROPOSED WODONGA TO YACKANDANDAH RAILWAY. YACKANDANDAH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

YAOKANDANDAll 1RAILWAY. [pr E:LECTuIO ,TELEG.IIP'II;] u(iitd on 8W'col uiurOnwrul.) YAuOKANANDoAII, Thursday. t.lt mnoetig Of. thmo Yackanudaudnhl Shore C'fUlocil 'to-day; a lu1umthy duticus sionl toolk place uponn a conununica tion'--rucuived from the Wodonga .Shiro Coup cil, socking,, cooparatiou. inbitainingtho coustrtuctioui of a railway friLa'd.Widonga to *Yaokauidaiudahm, via Middle Crook and Allon's Flat. ..It/ was moved by Councillor lMartin, and'sRhicndd by Councillor Quirk, ''That the conlsideration of the quuas tion of the application of the Wodonga Shire Council relative to railway nnatterts be hold over till next Ileeting." Thuo dlnution was carried by four votes agaillst three.

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Advertising Cheats!!! [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

Adtvertising Clheata I I "It lms berocll an colniin to beginl an article, in n c elluot, intlowsting styloe, ?? "' 'hen run it inlo somen i avelrtisoment t t we avoid:all such.. ' Awl simply call attention to the nierits of i doule's American If lop Bitters in as p Dai, honest terms as poessiblo, "'To induce people "'To give them one trial, which so lro)es their amine that they will never use?any-: thi,'g el?e." . I' .ile Iitr enso favorably noticed in ill the lpapes, religious and secular, is' " Having alarge saile, and aupplauting all other medicine.( " There is no denying the virtles of the faop plants, and the proprietors of Dr Soulo'e A oerielan Hop Blitters have shown great nhrowdlness and ability * * " In compoundig a medicine .whose virtnes are so palpable to every one's obser vation. Did She Die? "No I " She lingeocd and ,santered alone, pining awy all the time. for.yearm," " l)e doctors doing her no gooed" "' Ail at last was ueIod by this Dr Soule's .American lHop Bitters ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 November 1887

As irisnlunu at the bhttlu of Bull's it n. ,nl .lno lhit startldl when the head ut il.ts ull[aop1io.utlh. lift .l?nld was Ikidcked oil by' a (ennon-ball. A rewi inwicilsti, however, a spent hall broke the fi geir of hie c?iuatle on theho otllr.aitde. Thu wuvun'edi niuu threw down liia gnu aul yellud with pain, whln the lrishmuenI t rnid, npon hilti, exclainiing, "Oh, ile s IIl, thiali ld wiun1 ; yt u utlah muheI nuit?u than thie man that lost, his htad."

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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