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PROPERTY SALES AND COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 November 1887
PROPERTY SALES A.ND COM, MEROIAZ.t. Mlesrs: Arthur' S:. King 'ar Co. and . hara rs'H'ephurno' TDPwling, adR Crawford' (acting in oonj?ection) annbUnce 'th.ht they have completed the sale of the Smeatoln Estate, on behalf of thoetrustees of the late' llMr Johnln Hepburn, consisting of 23,487a Sr 23p, for the saun of £302.905 15s 3d, being one of the' largest freehold' property eanes in Victoria for many years. They have also sold, on behalf of the' ame' e' etate; 054 acres, in the parish of Tourello, being the Glen donnald preemptive section; for the sum of £6540. They offered alse the balance hf the Glenudonatd Etate, consisting of about 20110 acres, at auction, at the Academy of Mlusic, lallarat; Ihit as the hiddingo hardly reached the vendors' ideao of vanle, it was wfthdrawn, blt will In all probability he sold privntelv in a few days. -lMesre Hilfirty rand Go1rlay, 34 King street, Mrlhbolrne, report:--There is still a' strong market for prime chaff, at prices frmn .C4 to £4 5; f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 November 1887
F2'.,rle,5 Van. WiVViWign i L '. Co, Litiited.. PUBiL iC ?'' or}ICE: W bR heg fo ntotify that we liave this dy W K'DDIsPOSBD of our BUSINESS at Albury anel 'Vodonga to PERMEWVAN, WVaI( il l t, n't* CO IPANY TalMITTFDI. an1 Ito a"LLnui: pltalre toin thanking you for the wuI . Lt L iterd support re:eive.d by us Pear e'r:ut, Wright. a?dtl Company, Li it. 1, Iaa waltt aet'dii,, .l a'ittr'ranuchea throuigholrt. coloniero . ald ai;utLliis ill ll partl of tiOa wortd " We t.an nctlildaaly reaonanudul tlnhe. anad trtl.i t ( ti . ati o r lea .LO LI c Ln.iulin'e of your . patronage: atro . STANLEY & MUIR. . lhsryi 10ill .JIny,-1 47.- " . IaTit. aat to`th atadi+e',, a flav much pb &lt;"rat t J .fi'. iadta" a *thaoiae of. thi` Stip inil' Y: aiicolded.. to ]esare atan 3 tiat ttt atd aio patrous of a y rest i;iti itW'.iI 'wtictai, & COtPANY (T:I.MITLD).. .,I ,OUN:, M1laager, Ahllary and \Vodlonga. JOH - WILKINSON, 8I ao1CL'LtR, k&.. of Nai' tSoutlh 'ties and Victori...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 November 1887
SFRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to atnnuaoe that Ih has opened a B Tihnwinith's Shop in the premises lately used as TlIE S.STIacL Ollice. TANKS ! TA S! TANKS! All sices muadle to order. Baths! Baths 1 Baths ! lvery lescription of T n[N dARIi ii;to' , .order; aind kept in stock''' Orders by poast punctually attended tai; , *"USIC l MUSIC II MUSIC!! Professor L. Iverson (Of the \ienna Coiservatoire of.Music), Visits 11OIONGA on Wednesdays and. Saturdays. Addres-Allon's l'erninus Hotel. "Live, and Let Live.' CHARLIE SYMONS HAS started the BEST CAB on the line, between Albury and W\Vdonga, a-id will pay every attention to those who favor him with their patronage. Passengers driven to either town at any lhour of the day or night. Post Office Hotel, CAIMP STREET, BEECI WOTERH. FELIX O'CONNOR IHAS taken the above well-known hoe. . telry, whore he trusts to see his old and make now friends. ALES, WINES, and SPIRITS of the choicest brands. GOOD BEDS, ...
THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 November 1887
THE BIIStHOP OF MELBOURNE AT iVODONGA. -4--- hile Right Roev. UDr. Goo returned to Wodonga on Saturday kst from his trip to Corryong and tihe Upper Murray. The Bishop preached on Sunday, both morninog and evening, in St. Luke's Church, to immense cngregatioils. 'The church was thronged itl the morning; while at the evevnin. service, notwithutanding the excel lent arrnogeluonts for ac?olllodation Ilmade iby the giaurdihns of tile chureclyay were unable to giun addssioun. lThe aubscrihoba and seotholdeor were allowed admiesion to their seats before the front doors were opened, so that the regular worshippers at the church might not be excluded from their rightful seoats by visitors. The Bishop preached in tile morning from the words " Gather up the fragments, that nothing be lost." Hils Lordship remarked tjoey were drawing near to the close of the church's year, and it bccasme them to consider at such, a season the fragments that remained to. them, and to gather them up, that tothine ...
Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!—MILTON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 November 1887
iobonga & %ooluog 'cidtinclb. Awake ! Arise ! Or be far ever fallen!u FRIDAY, NOVFEMBEIR .5, 1837. Particulars of the drowning case yes terday will be found in another colutu. ' For want of a quorum, the ordinary meeting of the Wodonga Shire Council cui Tuesday last, was postponed for a week, The public wnrks committee, however, met and opened tenders, but all other btisiieass was allowed to stand over. The following tenders, being the lowest in each case, were ac copied:-Orubbing and clearing at \Vodonga, C. Dunn, ,£8 15s; supplying 60 cubic yards of metal at Bonegilla, D. Erau, £16; re-flooring bridge at Bone. gills, James Oddie, £8 15s. An elderly man named Herbert Findaon was charged at the Wodonga Police Court on Friday 'with assaulting Alexander Earle, the stationmaster, on the previous evening. There was a second charge of insulting behavior. From the evidence iof Mr Earle and Constable Joyce, it ooeemed that the accused had arrived by the late train on Thursday night...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 November 1887
Birth FLANAGAN. - At the Half-Way Hotel, Wodonga, on 5th November, the wife of Patricuk Flanagan - a daughter. Both doing well. Death. EADE-At his residence, Cudgewa, on the &nbsp; 16th November, James Eade, late of Yackandandah, after many years of suffering, in his sixty-sixth year. Father dear has gone away To the realms of endless day - 'T'o that land of life and light Where all things are pure and bright. Do not grieve, for he's at rest, Leanitg on his Saviour's breast, All his pain and suffering o'er, &nbsp; Happy now and evermore. What partings here we have ! How hard they seem to come ! But we shall have to part no more, When we get safe at home. Farewell ! 'Tis hard to say Farewell to those we love, But we look forward to the time When we shall meet above. [Inserted by his loving clildren.] &nbsp; In loving remembrance of John Crittle, &nbsp; &nbsp; who died 25th November, 1884.
DROWNED IN THE WODONGA CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 November 1887
DROWNED IN THE WODONGA CREEK. A very sad drowning fatality occurred yesterday morning, shortly before ten o'clock in the Wodonga Creek, the vic- time being a young man, about twenty years of age, named Walter Williams. The deceased wand his emplyer, a team- ster named Mildren, arrived on Wednes- day from New South Wales, with a load of wool, and camped for the night a few hundred yards below the engine-house. Williams started off yesterday morning on horseback to bring the bullocks to the waggon. The animals had been left ot graze on the other side of the creek, and consequently Williams had either to go up the creek as far as the Albury road, and drive the bullocks back, or he could save this distance - about half a mile - by crossing the cattle. Unfortunately he decided to take the risk, and he paid the penalty for his rash act. Having mus- tered the bullocks, he proceeded to drive them across the creek, notwithstanding the advice of a Mrs Sweet, that the creek was very dangerous ...
THE WODONGA TO YACKANDANDAH LINE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 November 1887
THE WODONGA TO YACKANDAN- DAH LINE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,-In your leader of the 11th inst., you have forestalled me in much that I had intended to write re the pro- posed railway line from Wodonga to Yackandandah. There are a few items of importance, however, that it would perhaps be as well to point out. Until the extract appeared in your columns, I had not read what I am bound to characterise as an impudent "Growl from Beech- worth." As you have, however, ad- ministered the castigation which such impudence deserved, I shall merely say &nbsp; that the writer of that "growl " must either be quite ignorant of the country and the number of inhabitants along the two proposed routes, or else he is wil- fully perverting facts, in order to throw dust into the eyes of people who are unacquainted with the localities through which the rival lines should run. He can occupy which of the "horns" of this &nbsp; &nbsp; dilemma he prefers. The line proposed by...
CONCERT AT LENEVA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 November 1887
CONCERT AT LENEVA. On Friday evening a concert and dance took place at the Leneva Hall, in aid of funds of the local Athenæum and Free Library. The fact that such an institute exists at all amongst so sparsely popula- ted a community, speaks volumes for the energy and enterprise of the residents. Up to the present time, the building has cost about £300, of which £100 has been received from the Government a grant. With the exception of a liability incurred by the purchaae of a pianoforte, the in- stitute is free from debt, and only about £25 remains unpaid on the instrument. The gathering on Friday night was an unusually pleasant one, visitors being present in large numbers from Wodonga, Albury, Yackandandah, and elsewhere. Unfortunately, there was a counter at- traction at Bamnududa, where the bache- lors had issued invitations for a ball; and had it not been for this clash, the atten- dance would have been larger. However, all present thoroughly enjoyed them- selves, not the slight...
GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 November 1887
GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. &nbsp; Mary E. Nevin, 20a, Tangambalanga Daniel O'Neill. 20a, Gundowring Ah Chung, 20a, Gundowring Thomas Allen, 800a, Tatonga Walter C.adman, 1000a, Tatonga. John Dowling, 230a, Tatonga. Edward Kelly, 50a, Tatonga Amy F. Ley, 180a, Tatonga Geo. Ley, 300a Tatonga &nbsp; Matthew Mitchell, 460a, Tatonga Charles Mitchell, 250a, Tatonga Patrick Maher, 350a, Tatonga. Joseph Packer, 400a, Tatonga John Woodside, 1000a, Tawanga Geo Armstrong, 140a, Berringa William Henry Lynch, 500a, Tatonga &nbsp; John Rowley, 100a, Berringa William D. Ryan, 1000a, Bungil James McGill, 320a, Berringa Robert H. Elliott, 487a, block 3451, Yackandandah J. Drummond, 7a, block 8542, Bethanga Josephine Jones, 600a, block 3544, Tal- langatta. LEASES APPROVED. Benjamin E. Glasson, 62a 2r 33p, Tan- gambalanga &nbsp; &nbsp; John Bowran, 53a Or 12p, Yackandandah. GRAZING AREAS AVAILABLE. Noorongong--564a, block 31A, forfeited holding of Charles...
THE PROPOSED LINE FROM MIDDLE CREEK TO YACKANDANDAH. YACKANDANDAH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 December 1887
TIHEI .PROPOSED LINE PROM MIDDLE ORLEAK TO YAI' KAN DANDf IIl. [IB. Er.eurl( TLEUtAns'.] (rnoas ou owYe CORRE?oo?NDEN?T.) Y4cKANDAo)I.tI, Thursday. When thuio letter ,from thll'Wodomga Shire Council was read at to-day's moot ing of thu. Yackaudundah ,Sliilu Council, anking the co-operation .of thi luttui' body in obtaining a survey of the proposed line fromn Middle Crook to YackaIud2ndah, Councillur: Robb objucteil to the croun cil giving any support to the Wodonga inovumont, which would jeopardisit theu oliijstruOtion of the llin from BUoclhwortit to Yutlkaodandah,l after all tila trouble to got that hlineu'out 'the Estimates. The asurvey of 'the latter linh had now boen complhitd, and co-oplratiuon with Wo douga might cause thile Comnissioner to haung up the qudution of its construction. Councillor Richardson was also averse to co-opuration now. The Presidenot spoke in favor 'of the Buechworth line, but ho was reminded by Councillors Robinson and Quirk that ihe had been atoone tim...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 December 1887
LOST, from Wodonge West, FIVE hin?d L of CATTLE, branded ES, off rump. Ten shillings per head will be paid ona roe turning same to E. Schultz. For Private Sale, A USEFUL aid well-bred MARE, bright ohusnut, rising five years; carry either lady or gentleman; tho roughly sound. Apply Mary J. Johnson. leothanga. PRESBYTERIAN: A MEETING of the RESIDENTS of IBARANDUDA will be held at the STATE SCHOOL on'Saturday evening, 3rd December, at eight o'clock, to arrnuge for Preoshyterian church services and Sunday school, .J, WEAN, Jus., Hoen. Secretary. To Fencers; T ENDERS. are invited by the under Signed till five p.m. Wedneeday, 7th December, for.the ERECTION of 1¼ miles of POST, RAIL, and WIRE FENCING for Mrs M. A.;Lockhart. Specifiqations to be seen at our offices. GORDON and GORDON, Architects and Surveyors, Albury and Wodonga.. P RESBYTFRIAN CIIURCiH, .. . WODONGA. . A -Tea Meeting and Concert In connection with the above church WILLc E IIELD IN THE PRINCE OF WALES' HIALL oN WEDNESDAY, 2...
WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 December 1887
WODONGA : ANNUAL RAOES. Tho following weights have been doe for the principal ovents to be decided on Boxing Day :-, WODONGA IIANDOAPr. C. Wheelor's Marksman .., .,,. 0 Ii. 1oystend's g g Vermont. ... 8 7 A. lM'Donald's b g Omadhaun ... 8 0 W. Littlo's b g Honor. Bright ... 8 0 Dr Deshon's hl f Ravbistoin 7 12 W. Littlo's b g All Right... ... 7 10 T. Gnlvin's b g Bizear . ....7 7 W. Driscoll's hr g Pawnbroker .., 7 4 J. Dohinson's b to Veronica .,, 7 0 H. Dempsoy's br m Flash o' Light. rling . .. . 70 W. 'Ringwood's ch I Fair King ... 6 13 W. Abbott's br hI Esseo .., 6 12 T. B. Waters' br a Delta .,, ý " . i6 7 W. West's oh c Temptation .., ( 7 J. Evans' eh o Kclpio. ,., ... 7 J. Evans' g g Saladin ... 0 7 LADIES' IstOABLF.F , Mrs IIoystend's g g Vermont .. ... 8 .10 Mrs1'ag's-b''n Ferhoil :.h ...4 8 0 Mrs Driscoll's hr g Pawnbroker 7' '7f Miss T. Galvin's b g Mizear 7,. 7 Miss Dohinson's ib ni Veronica .,, 3 Mrs V; Abboth's br Ih Essex .,.; 0 Mrs W. Ringwood's ch hFairKing 7 0 Miss...
ST. PATRICK'S HALL, ALBURY. THE OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 December 1887
ST. PATI ICK',S HALL, ALBU1IY. THE OPENING" CEREMONY, This handsome edifice, which has just been completed, at Albury, was formally opened by the Rev. Prior Butler, O.U.O., of Melbunrnie, oil Sunday moirning last, At lalf-piLst tee o'clock a procussionl of thie school children and, the miieoburs of the llibernian Society:.was furniud outside of the church, and ia iove, was 'iade for the hall. The Bishop of Goulburn blessed the structure, after:which Muss was celebrated iii the Church, which was crowdcld'iti every part, tho widespread .fame off the: rcr..i'.pacher br'iiiging..to guther ono, of the largest congregations that haIs ever asseomblod in Albury.. - Prior BDutlor preached fronm the tort . 'The fruit of light is knowledge and holiness." In the course of his remarks, lie dwelt, on the education" question. The education of the, young' was a ,most important fnatter-so iinpcrtult, iudoud, that too much- attention 'could nob bhe ' given to it. It was necessary that a comn ieencoiu...
WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 December 1887
WODONQA MAlf?KEi' hMessrs Doughlrty, Son, and Parker report having hld their ordinary fortlnightly marrket at W\nlon g last Molnday, '"hero was i good dolinatd for all classes of fat and storu stock, and the 450 head yardwlo were cleared out fully at.late rates. 'I;oy sold 1(1 steers and heifers for Sr M1, \'alsh, Whlrouly; 77 helfers for Mfr J. O'Noell, Chliltern; 26 steers and heifers for Mr iM. Dillon, Chlltorn, £5; 20 calves for Massra C. andl It.l)oublleday, Alhury, £2 12s) 10 bul locks for- Mr J. JBoxhall, ihsrnawarthan 7 cows' for Mr R. Thomas, Lenova; 5 steers and hoeifers for Olr.1P. Street, Kiowa; 4 bul. locks' for M?r J, IHowes, W\\lodnga f; rows for hir A. hil'larlad, Iothanga, t£5 s; bhCajco s Illrilad for vationt! owntcra,
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 December 1887
We regret to lorrn that on Friday night, while Mr John Scnrlott, president uf the shire, was I et nrning home froml the Catholic concOrt, he caught his foot in a hole and sprained his anklo, and has been confined to his bed since. Judging from appearance, he in likely to be laid up for Roiai tittle, The monthly and annual nmeetingn of the Towong Shire Oouncil will he hold on Tuenday. MIn kI'PATInOTON m8AYs.-Don't take any of the qack rostrumns, as they are regimen. tel to the hImani citizen, hut put your trust in Dr.Soule's American Hop Bitters, whclah will cure general dilapidation, costive habits, and all comi disoanee, They saved Isaac from a sovere extract of tripod fever. They are the no plus aunup p1 medicines, " oppd i C "phpb"
ALLEGED SEIZURE AT TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 December 1887
ALLEGED 8dIZUlR AT TALLA'. GATTA. Sonme little excitement has been caused hero lately by the operations of the Customs officers. Mr . Ferguson, the popular chief of the station at Wodonge, received word a few weeks ago that a buggy had been brought acrona the Murray free of duty, and bhe accordingly prosecuted enquiries concorning it, with the result that le was able to seizeo the vehicle not far from Tallangatta. In this cae the persons in whose posesesion it was wore aelo to prove that they had no intention of.defraud the Customs. andi they were iot treated harshly, the buggy being returnelod to them and a nominal tiho inflicted, f Mr Ferguson again made hilappoaranco in Tallangatta on Thursday, and from inlformation recoived, proceeded to noize a huggy. and eolno clocks, which, it is alleged, had been brought into Vic. torla without' any duty heing paid rni them.. The seized pIroperty was taken int?g?d~olga, on Friday .,by., Constable 'Allwood, arid the case will e rcoisidered in...
GAZETTE NOTICES. TRANSFERS REGISTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 December 1887
GAZETTE NOTTO'OS. TRANSPF.a REOISTERD. ~-4-----'. Alexandur M'Onffin to William Hilli grazler, Wodonga, 63a 3r 32lp. Wd4opga. LEASeS APrreovU. Georgo Richarda,'319a lr 29p, TRtonga Jo' h 11. Pratt, 104a 3r 21p, Bolvoir W~efb SWilliam Richardl, 318n 2P 35p, Tatonga ilceo. Awblrri, jua., 1184 3r 24p, IBelvolt Christtnn Plieley, 97a lr 11p, Belvoil Wee6. John Tloitch, 40a Ir lOp, Ilelvoir West Williun Hill, 84a Or.241n Belvoir West.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 December 1887
FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, JIGH STREET, WODON(hA, "3EGS to announce thaln has opened a Tinsmith's ,,bhop in t-e premises lately used as .TEiE Se STI.crEL OfIdCU. TANKS! 'T ANKS TANKS! -All sizes madeto or uder. .-Baths 1-B=aths 1! Baths.! livery ldecription of TI'rlN.YAREE made to 'order. aiod kept iu stoek. -' Orders bly pet pmietuelly attendIeLd tt, : USIC l I MiUSIC 1 MVUSIC! ! Prpfessor L. Iverson .(Of the \ ienna Conservatoire of Music), Visitso VODONGA on Weducedays and Satuirdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. "Live, and Let Live.' CHARLIE SYMONS, ITAS started the BEST CAB on tho Sline, between Alburyand W\V?dioga, and will pay every attentidon to' those .\vw' favor him with their patroiage. Passengers driven to either town at any hour of the day or'night. Post Office Hotel, CAMP STREE', EE CI-'W"OTRI;ET FELIX O'CONNOR H AS taken the dove well-known hos. tolry, whlere he trusts to see his old and mnake new friends. ALES, WINES, andl SPIRITS oL the choicest ...
TWO ORGANS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 December 1887
Two Oo axs. - Rogulatto fire the stomrach, aocend the liver; uspcially the. hirst,acto perform theirfunctionsporfeotly, and you will removoe .at least ninotoeen twventiethe of all the ills that mankind is heir to, in this or any other climate, Dr Soulc's Amerincn flop Bitters is the only thing that will giveo perfectly healthy natural naction to these twot organs, "RMaino FarmeI ?'