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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 December 1887
YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN- &nbsp; CIL. The ordiniary meIdeting if. the above bouly wns, held on Thursdiay, there being presient-OCr iirfngan (in tthe chair), And Cir Rihardlsgon, Rilhb, lnRbinsan, Quirk, lainrtin, Burrow, Smnith fli id MILead. coi tiO.IcI'DENCn. Fro LIr J' l, In lyr, ur.ti' g thoe roeticni of the bridge at 'T,:vaan cr?orunlt, alt.I otut ini that ,cve.rl rosildents hadi Larroiwly csc.tpod dreanhing. From the ?lhirc of rl;thlt, inticuiting tit ,t the dIciaion re i ith: plrp iitio 'of thu re II froml Kiiow to Bright could not ba lterue.t. -itReeived. Fro.a r Ir" Joieph M'C:lloch, applying for it laug.ttering licenseo.-Granted. Priom i\lr J. tlow!i:ti, litlhiaulg. PRark, aettilg that; itf !hl could ior:,clilnolate the ceunciil by in excihnlielg of, o.ilt niitho t incliivcnienca or loss he would dl o so,--.o . cived, Fromii .the coerotlry of thil Melhlloulrile Exhihitinn, anlnoiantig it visit of tie wirie ccummittee to ihotliergjlen, 1a hguilyiihl, aiu B~artnwrltlI...
MELBOURNE. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
MELBOURNE. Thursday. Messrs Hilfirty and Gourlay, 34 King street, report:-The market is slightly e?aler this week, owing to hoeavy arrivals of new hay. Boat old ohaff £4 to £4 7 fld, now goason's £3 10a to £3 15s for first, £3 to £3 5s for lower qualities-all quotatious, bags returned. In conflquenco of several important sales of stock to beo hold in Wodnlmg tonday, the mootinge of the Sludge Committee and the Benambra Stock Pro tdotion Asonciltion, appointed to ho hold in Tnllangatta (n that daiy, will net take place until to-u.orrow, 17th inostat, The Sludge Comnunittee will tmaut at oloven .n:.. m1nd the Stock Prmcleotiunc Asstocia ticim ... thre',; p.m,
COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
COM.VEJRCIA L. ,WODONOA. a. ..-.v ^ -.rrsý '.la 24C.M jefve.. Flour, £9 per ton Wheat, 3J 6d per bushel Butter (potted), 5d per lb Potatoes (Warrnambool), £4 per ton Barley, 3d per lb. Better (fresh), ld per lb Eage, is per dozen White oats, 3e per bushel Brown oats, 2s 3d per hunhul Cape barley, 3s Gd per bushel English barley, 4s per bushel Bran, 1s per bushel Pollard, Is per bushel Chaff, £3 10s per ton Hay, £4 per ton Pnas, 4s per bushel Maize, 4s Gtd.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
A four-roomled cottage, situnted in "hdon stroot. Albury, was burns to the grouind on Wednesday afternoon. The proimises were owned and occupied by Mr Larkins, and to It log rolling ,ut of the fireplaco on to the flooring boarnld is attributed the cause of the disaster. The conflagration was accompanied by an Incident of a tragic character. Wlile the tire was at its hoeight, a Ian nlamUd Brown, who was assisting to got omie of the furniture out of the place, was scle to uddhlely ftll down. He was imme diatoly picked up, but life was found toi be. extinct, Deceaad was a married man, and leaves it wife and family. The Albury Fire Brigade were quickly on the OseIne, lbut wre of little ctie, for the force of water rwas not Huflicient to throw a stream on to the roof 'bf the doomed building. . Wd wnuld rominil'ownors of racehorses thnt Wedn?oday next, thli 21st instant, is heo night of-general" entry for the up 'Iraclhilg W\Vtlonga races. A't the beginning of the now year, Measrs longlha...
THE SALVATION ARMY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
ITHE SALVATION ARMY. TO THE EDITOIR OF THEB ENTINEL SIt,-Having isticed in your last issue a letter from your Bethmnga correspondent reflecting on the Salvation Army services as conducted in that township, I beg to protest against the'mean way in which he has tried to ridicule that body. I think ygur currespondeut .must be cursed with m:..moral obliquity of 'vision, or he would .pmrdeive that the Salvation Army are doing it groat and glorious work for Ondl nal over the world. But I suppose some figh Church dignitary would have been more to his taste, so that he could have paid. him a tribute of praise from the pen ofso ready and skilful a writer. I do not object to fair criticism, but there are very few of us who occupy the position we are fitted for. Your corresaplidont seems to be the square ling in the round hole. However, as the Salvation Army live by faith and work, there is yet a chance for your correspondent, as they think, with God's help, they could bhe the meana of ,conver...
TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 13th DECEMBER. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M., and Andrew Paton, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
TALLANGATTA POLICE 0COURT. TUESDAY, 13th DEGrMBHE. (Before Messrs W. H. Foster, P.M., and - Andrew Paton, J.P.) J. Conway, L. D. Mlatassi, and T. Neilson wore granted hawkers' licenses. M. Bohan was granted a carrier's license. WANDERING CATTLE. Police v T. J. Murray. Allowing cattle to wilider on a public rend. ,, l.nape,:r Thllol its 'eatrmed. Conestable AllwooF s've v"dtoiic tlhia he had seen the cattle- wandering, and several people had complained of them as a nuisance. - He had previously cautioned the defendant, who had been fined on other occasions for similar offences. There were two other cases for different dates, of a similar nature, against the same defendant. Fined 40s in each case; in default, seven days. CATTLE STEALING. Police v John Carlile. Charged with stealing one steer, the property of John James Crowe. ltnpector Thomas prosecuted. Mr Wilkinson appeared for the defence. John James Crowe deposed-I am a grazier, residing at Noorengong. Saw the steer produced this ...
TERRIFIC STORM AT BETHANGA. BETHANGA, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
TERRIFIC STOBRM AT BETiHANGA. [BY ELECTRI TELEURAPH.] (rloM OUR OW'Y COnREsrPOS?NT.) BETHnAeuO, Thursday. One of tihe most viololt storms tlh t has over been experienced at Buothlnga burst over the township to-day, abuut two o'clock. For nearly ton minutes, blindig hailstunes, the size of small eggs, fell, sutslhiug oveln through ifrut roofs, breaking windows, and cutting flower gardens down like a knife. The Bothlnga Hall has eleven panes sIaushed. Thl hniistones piled up in places a foot high. The main street was flooded. Fruit trues were stripped, and grapes andleaves cut off the vines, compldetly dest"Iying crops of fruit. t
WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
IVODONGA MAIRKET. Messrs Dougharty, Son, and' Parker report havinghold their ordinary fortnightly mnrket at Wodunga last Monday. 'Ihere was a good demand for all classes of fat and store stock, and they sold 96 bullocks for Ir J. King Gooramadda; 95 steers for Mr 4I, Walsh, Whorouly; 76 bullonks and cows for Mr Jon. O'Neill, Chiltorn, £7 15; 57 steers and heifers for Mr Jae. Cleland, tLoneva; 13 steers for Mr Jan. Shelly, Rat's Castle Creek ; 100 for various owners ; also, 170 owes and weothers for Mr J. Cummins, Bonegilla; 52 ewes anti lambs for' Messrs Gordon and Ilordon, Wodonga.
TWO ORGANS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
Two O)RGANS, - Rngulatu first the stomach, sou.ud tlh liver; especinlly the first,asto perfrrrm thuirfunctionsperfdctly, and you will remoeo at least linetloon twentieths of nil thu ills that mankind is heir to, in this or aney other climate. Dr Soulo's Amouricen Hop I3ittmrs is the only thing that will give perfectly healthy natural 'notion tol these two organs. " Maino FOrIarmr."
BURROWYE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
BURROW YB RACES The annual racus, hold at tho paddock at the roar of the Burrowyo Ihotel, took. place on Friday litat. There was a godd attendanco of the public, and a most on.. joyable aftornoon's racing was witnussed. 'The fullowlig arl tlihe results: MAID.iN PLATO. Mr W. Lorden's Gbulbourn ... ... 1 Mr A. Roy's Leisure ... ... 2 Mr H. Dompay's Temptation ... 3. Two-YrAii OtL STAKES., Mr Whitoheld's King Dulan ... .. 1 Mr Dobinsonl's Rfer ... ... 2.... Air RIbinosl's Jubileo... . . . 2 HANDIcAPI'. Oine mile and a half.' Mr Robinson's Eolo ,by Vgol.'.. . .. 1 Mr Piurco's Coolabah.... .. ... ,2 Mr Dempsey's Flash i' Lightiging ..2 - Despurato race. Weln ly' a lengtlh, Tinoe, 2 mina. 45 sec, LADILEB 3RIACLLFT.i, Mra 3. Evana' Jy' .. ... 1 Mrs iM. Thomlla's ?rlrr ... Mrs Lowdon's G?llbburn ... ... 3 FLYING. IAD1'CAP.. Threo-qiiartors of a mile. . Mr H. Dempaty'a Flash o' Lightning 1 Mir W. It l:ouLns?its' Euls ." -.:. 2: Mr Chas lWhealers' Zeia., .... 3. , Won by lhaulo u'ngth. Time 1...
WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
S,'W-IODONGA ANNUAL RACES. The time for receiving acceptances for the principal evenits to be deeided at the annual meetinlg of tih Wodoinga Jockey Club closed on Woednesday evening. Unfortunately, the IMitta Mitta races will clash with the Wodonga lmooting on Boxing "Day, and this lha militated againstl largo fields fur either meeting. Out of six nominations for the Hurdle Race, only half the number hai acl cepted. In the Handicnp, thle laughter las been still miore marked, for aixteen ivero' nominated, but only live will go to the post. A quintutto will also start for the Ladies' Bracelet. However, the 'w hle of the hiiid'r engaged in the various. events are of some nloto, und, with fiin weather, there is every ruteso to atlticipate an ecdlltlnt day's sport. It .ia oxpeottd that there will lbegood fields for the minor events., The following are the accuptunceu:-* SHURDL HRACK. at I11 A. I'Donald's b g Oinadhnn ... 11 7 J. If'Donuld's b in Letitia ... 10 0 H.' Hoystead's oh g Scotl...
PAPER PANES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
I'PArt' 1'Asis. -Poliri ii uiiudi)W-UiifiO 1'u~i AOler fit IIIi inrni~r.i fact, AA.wn fnottrrd Ifruom, coltton or liiiuti. tijiu tIrdi fie! by ehemiiik l ilrrliil. Aft.- warinthe11 1papr In dipped ill t prepiaration ro car111 1 hir nod rile -hrl, which loaken it like Jrir!ttlnotet. I'FIrIII thin point it omit ht iltln'iI tIiid cult into rutiariknbly toinght tlioris uitirt lv" t inlrlrrelt, oun!d it cLnIt ho uleptl with altoI t thU utiole if il tutlililro tlImmio tle resulit *htbiig i triioeprireut olicet, oh iwitig fir.1 rinir rigid htCs thaIw the bent glnro unxlit ito.
THE BETHANGA A.M.A. AND WASTE LANDS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
THE BETHANOA A.3M.A. AND WASTE LANDS. TO THE EDITOIL OP TIlE .SENTINEL. SIn,--Il thereport of the Bethanga Branch of the A.M.A., which appeared in your. issue' of last week;. rferunce is made to a h;tter forwarded by (3; Fillip. pini, respecting an application made by him for thrcu acres of land under the 1)3rd section of the Land Act 1884.. The land referred to in far renmoved fromi the minesll, is non-auriferous, and containa too mineral deposits whatever, and if occu pied under the section referred to, could by no means interefero with mining opera. tions in the locality. The secretary of the Bethangs Branch of the A.M.A. atated at the meeting of committee that it would not he judicious to allow this poor nane to occupy the small area applied for, as it would endanger the "patri mny nv" f the miners., Patrimony, for sooth ! He knows full 'well that, if the c-rnpany coaived ilperati(ons at Bethanga, 1it, q it glueno o. r ;-v:;il earn salt for hiab 'rritdg bfy w'u ling ntividtidly....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, DEGS to announce that he has opened a S. Tinamith's Shop in the premises lately used as Tea SEsNTI?E. Otliee. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths ! Baths ! Baths i Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stock. Orders by post punctually attended to. . ':'fLesaor L:' iverson' 1Of the \ ienia Conservatoire of Music), Vilits RT ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Alleds Terminus Rotel. "Live, and Let Live.' CHARLIE SYMONS 'HAS started the BEST CAB on the line, between Alburyand Wedonga, and will pay every, attention to those who favor him with their patronage. Passengers driven to either town at any hour of the day or night. Post Office Hotel, CA MPi ST.R.E E , BEECOHWOTRII FELIX O'CONNOR H AS taken the above well.known hos. telry, where he trusts to see his old and make new friends. ALES, WINES, and SPIRITS of the choicest brands. GOOD BEDS, and every accommodation for travellers ...
WODONGA LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, 14th DECEMBER. (Before Messrs Foster, M'Cormick, and Cooper, S.L.M.) RENEWALS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
W' ODONGGA LICENSINaG COURT. WmhroeSDAY 14th DEURmEiR. .(Before, Meusrs Foustr, M'Cormick, and Cooper, S.L.M..) RENEWALS. The following applications for renewals for victuallers' licenses wore granted: Geo. J. Allen, Terminua hotel, \Vodonga; James Bamnbrick, Railway hotel, W\Y donga ; Ellu Cuttrell, Border hutel, W?o douga; T. W. Pearson, Railway Ru freshetnout Rooms, W'?donga Tho'nias Johnston, Victoria Hotel, Wodongn; Patrick Flanagan, Half-way hotel, sWo donga-Albury road; Edmund T. Powell, Carriers' Arms hutul, Wodonga; John ?Murphy, Junction hotel, Tallagatta road; W. C. M'Farlano, Mac's hotel, Wodouga West; N. P. Nuwlan, Bonegillleahotel, B]onogilla. COLONIaL WINs LICENSae. B. Costa, A. Schlink, Wodonga;P. H. R. Sonuer, W. Bouenderson, Buranududa. SPIRIT LICENSES. Spirit licenses were granted to Michael Cronin and Goo. Leighton, Wo. donge. A GROCE.t'R LICENSE Was also granted to Michael Cronin. PERMnIssION TO HoUE A DANCE. Carl Schlink scbtained permlission to hold -a dance i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
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MESSRS C. L. GRIFFITH AND CO. AT COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
MlESSRS C. L. G1'IFFITH AND, CO;. AT :C9IROWA. The enterprise displayed by Messrs C.. L. Griflith and C',. in starting a branch of their busineos at. Corowa has prompted. the following letter to be writen.to. the. local paper by Mlr II. F. Hough: "Sir,-- think it would only be a_ graceful tribute of respect and.acknow-.. lodgment of the enterprise, public' spirit,. and pluck of blesersOa. L. Griffith-and Co... if we (more especially, the townspeople,. who. will really profit as. mauch.or imore thain.the farmers), were to invite thleni lo. a banlquet, open to all, at anytlth mode- rate fee of. 10s, to let them see we don't. underritte their worth, but fully appreciate. all they wish to do for us and themsaolvae?' in getting for Curowa a good name as a~. stock market and depot, where one can, gut as well supplied as at Benalla, Wan- - garatta, or Albury, not forgetting How- lonl. 1\Vhoi is there amiongst us, save the verinut now chum, who is ignorant ofe what C. L. Griffith and Co. ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
Perimewan,* W.vrightL; &. Co; Lirnited. PUBLIC NOrICi. .TE lieri t',notify' t!uit we have this day VV DII'tO'I)" 2l our IUSINIESS at .Albury adl t'otdloong, to P'ilt.\llVWAN,. 1'YRIGH'l; ainl C&lt;J.sPANY (L1M1ITED). and h!ave imuch pleasur hi thankintg you.for Ith kind aed libert s:apport received by us .for Many years. . Per'me:.eA, "Vrighlt, and - Company, Limited, are well estublished with branches .tibroughoit the u'cd:lo., iand ageucio ini all parts ui t? world. , . 1We cs2u aonllhlmntly recomnn0id them,, and t:rnt tIrhy will roeive a cointiniance of your STyANLEY & MUIR. 'Alhbry, 10th May, 1887. In refroenco to the above, we have mich pleasure in soliciting a continuance of the support 1 previously accorded to Mlcssra Stonley and .\luir, and our patrou s may rest assured of oulr best endeaitvors, PERMIWVAN, WRIilIT, & CO.MPANY (LIMITElDI), J. YOUNG,. Manager, Albury land \Vodong.ga:? SOLICITOR, a., of Nw ue t W\Vales and V1ictorh;. .,;i.n Clien...
GUNDOWRING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 16 December 1887
GUNDO WRING. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) On Friday, 9th instant, the good folks of Kergunyah held their proposed picnic and ball. The day was fine, but hot. The children's races came off very well, an ample number of toys having been pro vided as prizes. A booth was erected at the end of the school, and furnished with a table for the benefit of those desirous of refreshing the inner man (or woman).' The proceedings were varied by a.smo . what unusual feature at a schnuol picnic,. viz., a hurdle-jumping contest for animals of the equine persuasion-prize, a 15a breastplate. This caused considerable in terest among the male portion of the visitors; linut I really forget whose flying steed appropriated the article of suldlery in question. One competitor, however. gave ust thworth of our money in sport. Rigged up in full jockey costume, he rode, like Yankee Doodle of famous mnsmory, "pLo ..r l-tt., eal;t °...5 Said ý. ?.Stit. itly with huIrdle, iiud t?iulully snbiled, his rider spring....