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FATHER IS GETTING WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

FATTIER Is (i:r1TNo 1VELL.-My calagfh tort may, " How much better father is since he used Dr Soulo's American Hop Bitters. He Is gotting well after his long suffering from a diseaso inourable, and we are so glad, he need your Bllters. "A lady of Ro chester, N,Y, UtlicaHerald.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ASSEMBLY ROOMS, YACKANDANDAH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

ASSEMBLY ROOMS, YACKANDAN. DAH. . TO TnzL ZITOR o0 T$l SnaTINEL. Sa,--By the report- of'the council mooting, hold last week, I see that the members for. Yackandandah' riding are trying to make theo.Kiow riding pay half tho'cost of purchase, repairs, and additions of these rooms. 1 recollect when the shire bought these rooms that statements were produced, showing that it yielded returns of 10 or 12 per cent., and when.'; this bait was not good-enough for our three members to swallow, the place was bought in the interests of the Yackandan. dah ridings only, and.now they find the venture isnot profitable, and want the Kiewa riding to take hdlf of this unpro. Stable speculation on their own shoulders. Thdy will compel us to do so if they can. "I spoke of this affair through the medium of your paper when this council made the purchase,: that they would make us (the Kiewa ratepayers) pay rent for the same, and now my words are more than varified. Some time before the purchase of these roo...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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CHILTERN ANNUAL FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

CHILTERN ANNUAL' FESTIVAL. Splendid weather favored the annual sports on Wednesday last at Chiltern. Proceedings commenced with a fire bri gades' compotitionin Anderson street for' hose and reel practice for' tour and eight men respectively. Wangaratta Volun ters, Chiltern, Wangaratta Borough, and Albitry competed for, the first event- hose aid roel, pactice for eight 'nie'- i but Wangaratta Volunteers secured first prize, Ohiltern running them very close, only a third of a second being between them. Albury were absolutely last. The Wangaratta Volunteer boys also showed their superiority in the four men contest, Chiltern again taking seconidJo;rur Ans adjb6lnnient was then made to the 'Park, where fully 1800 witnessedl the running for the piece de resistance of the festival, the Sheflield lHandic.ap, for which about forty "pods"came to the post in the different heats, out of an original entry of eighty-six. The first prize wias fixed at L75, and the second and third at L15 and L5 re...

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A GROWL FROM BEECHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

A GROWL PROM BMEIOIWORTB. .-The innocent request of of the Wodouga Shire Counoil to have a survey made of the country between Middle Creek and Yackun dandah has roused the ire of the Ovens MPgister, our Beechworth contemporary ix. pressing its hostility to the proposal in the followiug seathing terms: Not many years ago it was written of WVodouga that that town was the sentry-box; of Victoria, and that it sadly required paint ing. The same might be written now, and the reason of it is that those who are sup. posed to watch over the interests of that town principally occupy themselves in med. dling in matters in whiie''thesir'meidling can be of no earthly benefit to themselves, but simply hurtful to the interests of others. The affairs of the municipality appear to be managed on sufferance, for until recently It was with difficulty that the full represen. tative strength of the council could be main. tained. Now, however,'that body appears to consider itself eufficiently strong and i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

Advertising Cheats I Il " It has become so common to begin an article, in an elegent, interesting style, ." Then run it into some advertisement that we avoid all such, '" And simply call attention to the merits of Dr Soule's Amerieau liop Bitters in as p'ain, honest tarims as possible, " To induce people " To give them one trial, which so proves their value' that they will never use any thing else." l' lin Reu.eI so favorably noticed in -all the papers, religious and secular, is " liaving a large sale, and supplanting all other medicine. " there is nao denying the virtues of the Uhp plants, and the proprietors of Dr Soule's American Hop Bitters have shown great shrewdness and ability "In compounding a medicine whose virtues are so palpable to every one's obser vation. Did She Die? "No I "She lingered and suffered alone, pining :away all the time for years," " "The doctors doing her no good;" " And at last was cured by this Dr Soule's Anmerican HIop Bitters the papers say so much abo...

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ANSWER THIS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

ANSwER TIS. -Did yoU ever knowr an person to be ill, without inaction of the stomach, liver or kidneys, or, did yon ever know one who was well when either Wag obstructed or Inactive ? and did you ever know or hear of any c.se of the kind that Dr Soulc's American Hop Bitters would not cure? 'Ask your neighbor this. same queo. tion. Times. .. . . . , ,?, - .. - ?

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TALGARNO. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

''ALGARNO. '(nIO OURl OWV CORRlSaPONDENT.) Our great annual event at Talgarno--the publio picnic aid ball-has waltzed round again. The high and mighty officials of the weather office have lately treated us as badly as their brothers in the Lands Offie . do. On tlhe night of the concert it rained, and on Friday last it poured all day, ruining the fun of the youths outside. Inside, the young ladies gathered the small girls under their wings, and they had some high old jinks. "The ground was rather.slippery for . any good racing, but the lads and visitors joined in a bully game of football. Neither .. the Victorian rules or those of the associa' tion were very strictly adhered to, and the services of umpires were dispensed wiith, but the game was mighty exhilarating, not withstanding. The catering was ably carried out by Mr Foster, of Bethanga, and gave satisfaction, his cakes being the "real grit." Dinner and tea were laid out in the schoolhouse. The tables did not groan with thenweig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

: efnl·.T C-ws1, \Vright,, & Co., Lim ited ... Ip11LIC NOtICE. r. I, heto n t?ify that we have this day ' DIýPOSIED of our IIUSINESS at Albury mnl uIodon.'e to PIIIMEVAN, W1:I't'T, aml CO.I, PANV (LIMITED). and have mue Pyletonre in thanking you for thel kil anMd iluml suplport reem-ivte by us for mrany years. 1'.rnmumat, tWright, and Collpany, Li niLmtl, lra well eatallished with bramnches t* ir:nr mtot the coloies, ulnd agencies in all p. " , of te world ,?a .,ia confidently re.,omlnemml them, and trustm they-willreceive a continuance of your tro-e .. STANLEY '& MNUIR. Albury,, 10th M;.y, 1837. In ro:rmence to the above, we havo'much fple( amrs in solicitilg a continuance of the a tsyort provi:osly acuord?dn to Messrs Stanley and M'uir, and our patrons may rest on.aurle of oar bost endeavors., 2P11 RMiW N, WRIGHT, & COMPANY (LIMITED). i ; J YOUNG,;Managcr, S Albury and W6douga. SJOhN !WjYIIKNSoN, SOLICITORB ; ., of Now South Wales aslid Victoria. Client's m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

Albury and. Wodonga ,:?Coach Factory. . .ý C_ ELIS, OF AL~tURY AND WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he is prepared to MANUFACTURE EVERY DESCRIPTION of VEHICLE Both atAlbury and Wodoenga. Repairs sUtly executed. All work garanteed. Charges srictly moderate. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, "`-' -`PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH . sTREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announce that ho has opened a " Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as THE SENTINEL Office. TANK81 TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths I Baths ! Baths ! Every description of T1NWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders hy post punctually attended to. M USICI MUSIC ! bMUSIC !! Professor L. Iverson (Of thi leans Conscrvaolre of Music), Visits ~ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. iAldres-Alen'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. Passengers driven to either town at any hour of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

JENSEN's COD LIVER OIL is now bottled by the Company's Sole Agsnta in Lopdon to enable them to guarantee its purity. Every genuine bottle bears on the wrapper the roListered trade mark, an "Iceberg," and sells by Choemists at Il, 21, anld :s lId. It is the most digestible form of nourishment, anlld so sweet and fresh that childlren take it and like it. Especially recomml nded for wasting, for indigtion, for chronui cough, 'isthma, or bronlhitis. Wholesale Agonts iOCKE, TOMPSIlTT & CO,, Melbourne, L OST, from Wodonga West, FIVE head of CATTLE, branded. ES off rump. Ten shillings per head will be paid on re* turning same to E. Schultz. TEN. SHILLINGS REWARD.- Stolen or strayed from Wodonga, on 28th September. bay HORSE, branded M over C off shoulder. The. above reward will be paid on bringing the horse to THE SaNTIZL PUBLIC HALL at TALGARNO. A 'MEETING for the illscusion of the proposed Public Hill or Athenmeum i't Talgarno will be hold at the State School on Saturday evening,...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen! MILTON.— FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

Awake ! Arise I Or be for ever fallen ! , I LTOS.- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1887. Wa have no desire to enter into a con troversy with a contemporary at Beech worth concerning the action of the Wodonga Shire Council in endeavor ing to obtain the co-operation of the iunicipal body at Yackandandah in eflecting the survey of a line of railway between Middle Creek and Yackandlin dah; but we must point out that the writer of the article which we reprint elsewhere is either very ignorant on this subject, or he is wilfully distort ing facts to suit his own peculiar views in one or two instances. The most glaring inaccuracy eis contained in the statement that " between Wo dongs and Allan's Flat the line would run almost its entire length through the property of only two persons, there being absolutely no settlement on the route." So far from this being the case, the valley of Middle Creek itself and the whole of the country on to Allan's Flat is thickly populated, and by people who have made com...

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BURROWYE ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

BURROWYB 4NNUAL B4CES. The following weights have been dle. clared in 'connection with the above: uaaowr1 IANDI(CAP. at lb C. Wheeler's Marksman, aged ... 8 12 J. Dobinson's Veronica, 5 yrs ... 8 7 J. Pearce's Coolaba, 5 yrs... ... 8 2 T. Whitehead's Cyclone, 5 yis ... '711 J. Dobinson's Euros, 6 yr ... 7 11 -Dempsey's Flash o' Lightning, aged .... ... ....... 710 C. Wheoler's Zbia, 6 yrs... ... 7 J. Evans' Saladin, 6 yrs.. .. 7 5 R. Donolan's Maid of the Valley, 4 yrs . ..., 2 J. Whitohead's Scorpiorn, aged ... 7. 0 W. R. Robinson's Elo, 6 yrs ... 6' 12 0. Wheeler's The Bard, 3 yrs .... 6 7 J. Whitehead's WVbbu, 8 yrs ... 6 7 J. Hanna's Radna, 3 yra ... ... 6 7 PLYING IIANDIUAP. 0. Wheeler's Marksman, aged ... 9 0 J. Dobialso's Voronica, 5 yr.: ... 8 12 J. Pearce's Coolaba. 5 yrs... ... .8 10 T. Whitehead', Cyclone, 5 yrs .. 8 0 J. Dobinson's Euros, 5 yis ... 8 0 -Dempsey's Temptation; 5 yrs ... 7 12 -Demnpay'aFlash o' Lightning,aged 7 12 0. Whuelor's Zobia, 6 yrs... 7 10 J. Evans'...

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DISCOVERY OF A DEAD BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

DISCOVERY OF A DEAD BODY. On Sunday the dead body of a newly- born female infant was found in a water- hole on the Albury Flat. On Monday an inquest was held by the coroner (Mr L. Solomon), when the following jurymen were empanelled:-Charles J. Frauen- felder, David Hamilton, William McGuf- fin, Ralph Abrahams, Denis Molloy, F. Romero, G. W. Dinsmore, John Finny, William Rendall, Henry Davis, Mandel Friedman, and Matthew Justice. Sarah Ann Bell, wife of Alexander Bell, residing at Wodonga place, deposed that between eight and nine o'clock on Sunday morning, while on her way to her brother's place, at the corner of Kiewa and Noorigong streets, she saw an object floating in a water-hole on Mrs Cass's property. On looking she saw that it was the body of an infant, and she infor- med her brother, John Eames,   who took the. body out of the water. John William Eames, a brickmaker, deposed to having taken the body of the infant out of the water, and having re- ported the matt...

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GUNDOWRING. 7th November. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

GUNDOWRING. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   7th November. As youn mentioned in a note to my last letter, the accident to poor Henry Bell turned out to be a fatal one. He died on the Wednesday (having been thrown from the horse on the Monday), at about six p.m., without having regained consciousness. The interment of the remains in the Yackandan- dah cemetery took place on the following day (Thursday). To the shame of the shire council be it said, it was necessary to place a causeway of sheets of bgark across the worst of the quagmires below Mrs Ivers', to allow of the safe passage of the vehicle containing the corpse. There was a large following as the funeral left the residence of the deceased's mother, but this was consider- ably increased by a contingent from Dede- rang; so that there were at last several traps, thirty-four horsemen, and one lady rider. The heavy thunderstorm, with ac- companying torrents of rain, had the effect of causing a few to turn back when hal...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 November 1887

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL.   The ordinary :meeting of thoi'above body was held oni Thiirsday, there being present-Cr Mongan (in the chair), and Ors Richardson, Robb, Rubinson, :Quirk, Martin, aind M'Lood. MIMUTV. The minutes of the previous me'eting wore read' and consfirmed... , CoatKRsPONUInCI. , From the :Dpartment of .Mines, stating that a grant of £200-had been made to prbspoot the High Plains near Mount Fainter, and stating that uinless the work was commonced before the let Dculnmber the grant would be regar~ded as forfeired. -Received. From the Department of'Mines, stating that tenders had been palled for boring in the valleys of Indigo and Sandy Creeks.--Received. From Messrs P. Donoghue, Avoca, and J. Truswell, Ballarat,' and otheors, muk inug inquiries re boring.-Attended t. ' From the Lands Departtmnet,' request ing to be informed of the result of the inquiries made as tb the sale of land situated between the co6netery and Cees set's holding. " From Mr Poter...

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MORE ENLIGHTENMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 November 1887

:IMORE ENLIGHTENMIEN T. STO THE EDITOR OF TIIH RENTINELC. SSt,-It lhas often bho?en ai, ifl the atldollga Shiro Council that that hraly hever considers anything that will it-, iprove its own town. At the Inst ordintary t;ecting a ratepayer aunt in a unmeortualy signed petition, asking the catilicil tc erect a lamp in one of the must danlgerous jplaces ln the strouta of Woldunun. It was also .urged, by tthe nmorrialists that at lianip in,that place would be tie amoeas of Sruveuting accidents, atd,n plerhaps, criaeu. To this. the council could not agree, natd that hody prolared'to harv tholella at the Chilarel of England corner shlifte loawer down the atro?ot. Thils will natiarally bue ollosud by the Churlch of Englnlld SPeoIplea, fir in renmiting tihe lhanp in the aii?noer". am pttthdateai. ttlh,, council " riiitld hi iinmply ll robbing Putoir to pay Pal." 'To iny mild,athe hist .thia g thie ' ,cituioil can tdo in 'to give n fer extra I ltlllps, andl halve.thetm pllced in : the' 1i. ...

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WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 November 1887

TWODONG.A ANNUAL RACES. The follohwing i?nstilntios were re ceived .oli!'.Wedtiaesday evening for the principal events at the Boxing Day meet w onoGoA UAnrICAP.' J. Dobhison's Ih on Vur'nicn, 5 yrs W. Abhott's br 11 Essex, aged Dr Dshln's hi f Ravuestein, 4 yrs T. B. Waters' br c Dulta, 3 yrs W. Ringwiood's ch ih Fair King, aged W. Driscoll's brag Panibr?.kur. nged H. Duenpsey's br n Flnah .o' Lightnling, aged- -1 : - W. eWos.'s oh o Temptation, 5 yra J. Evans' oh o KelpiO, 3 yrs IJ. Evans' g g Salaedihe, yrs. W. Little's hg Htiior Brighsl 5' yrs H. iloystoad's g R Vurmont., 5 yra W. Little's h g All IRight, 5 yrs A. M'Donald's .b Oimtadhnun, aged 0. W'houler's Ma?rksinnii, sngd T. Galvin's b g Mleziur, 4 yrs i.ADlIE' IiACELET,. Mrs Liang's,b ?nireell, 4 yirs; , Miss Dbinsion's Is im Veronica, S yrs Mrs WI. Abbott's br II Essnx. iieeid Mrs \W. Riigwood'sch h Fair Kiig, aged Mrs Drisacll's br g Paeinbri,krir, aigod Miss Evans' oh h IKeliio, 3 yrs AMrs Hoyeteoid's gg Vriermont, F5 yrs...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND, GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 November 1887

UIUIIt OF ENGLAND, ORt.4NYA. Thl'he cereolnoy of laying the foundation stje :of theo Clhurch of IEnglauId Sunday School, whi.ha will also be temporairily used as ii churcll, was perfolrlOed at 'Grlnye onl 'I'auslayy, the 8th ilnt. At cloven a.m. the Sunday calhol children asllmle.lh ii front of the pust ollice, atoll, after being Ilaced in position, they Ilmarcull, witlh butlrs fyillng. their happy voicues sigieg', "Brightly Jlos'll olu b.hiUeri." .At the intersuetia of Webb street, ai lilt weis alde, aid another hyi)II sulilg. Thlulncei the lpro.ssiol moved to the police Ibaracks ,reserve, then paI.t the AtllhuoIeI to theo elluIrcl'h reI?lrVO, where the bl?iers' were phlUatel. Refrel?h mants weco seorved out to the ehilh?thit auIl aItIuem.IeIts! of valious ll inds Were in-u dullll' i. 'rh wo rether ulfortliIiately Waio u?t Iplpitious, scvrerI OshuoIers falling durilg the dotr. At feir p. i., the foui datioli stone "was . Ii by a little girl eighlt yoe:s of ags. (the youngest ,alghl...

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TALGARNO. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 November 1887

T 'ALGARNO. V . (-ro ( .Fo)r,00n o .w CORRietIPU?I?'I.,) A public ucuting, called ,by advertise iet 'iii T7'heSential, of prsonsi in. favor of building i public hall or .lthenieum, wiss liltl in' the sclehoiduo, oi, Saturday night. Theru was a fair attUndance, andt AMr; E' Julfoott, was . elected chairman. After agoid deal of discussion, it was de ciduled itu erct sIl AtliUitailiini- and the secrqtairy ..Ir W.. H. Ferguson; was in structed. to appily;f;or the graiit of it vanit block of ilnd adjoining the school. house. It, ass agroud that it, building, 25'x 50,should be erected. The chairrlant sllhowed a phil of a buililing, 'to cost about £100. l'hiu folliwing gentlemoln wiore ap-. pointed a 'unnumittuu:-- 'Iessra'Jeiffott.: (treasurer), R.. DirUllnnid,J.,Drtiiunond, V.'Park, T.'Pairk' K: Lubbin, 'W. Lub ban,,1 ilsun, Ellwood, Petersen, Richard son, 'Bird? E..Dinio; lild 'V. H. ,Fergu soli:(sleuretity.) .A jplicilis hll of some destlriptiol is badly nelded at TIlgarnl, the Stlateo...

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ALBURY DISTRICT COURT. SATURDAY 12TH NOVEMBER. (Before his Honor Judge Forbes.) DEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 November 1887

*ALBURY DISTRICT 'CO UT. , SATURDAY 1t2 NovE3111.Mi . S(Boforo his Honor: Judgeu ,orbo.) S' - FENDiSDED CASES. I Henry Scliandtonbucker v P. E. Fallon.' -Aii' actioin to recover' the siin of £150 froi the executors of the will of the I to J. T. Falina, for isrk nanlad 'latbr dotie. Mr Naglo appearedl for the dufaidanlt. TI6h de'Lfnco sut uop )wa that playmnit in fulll had luun made. . A documunt was, put in, signued by the plaiiiiitiff, relseisiig' the defeuniidut from, aoiy flirthr clanimis. The plaintiff atated that hle was nUt right ill his hItd wheil lie signied tlhe documeuit, kid 'rat'thl tiimnoe as ani iiinuto f the liospital. • Patiick. Sulliviai was callied.t shlow,tliat plaintiff was in perfect poIise sills of is li eneBs s'u h he signid tloh re lease. A verdict wis uelturd llip fuo tli defildanit'. : . RC.0 Stevoiuoi v Pitin.tl-Ai notion to, re6oiver the :auii if £17 for wrik ind labor"dono. Mlr Throili wiis feur the )laintilff, anid Ml Nagle for tle ildfullendat. 1'lu, i...

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