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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

COMMERCIA L. \VODONtiA. The following are the latest quota tions : Flour, £9 10s per ton Wheat, 3 6d. per bushel Butter (potted), 5d per lb Potatoes (Warrnamboul), £4 per ton Barley, 3d per lb.. Butter. (fresh), li. pe lb Eggs, Is 3d'per dozen White oats,'3s 3d per busheol Browni oats, 2s 3d per blushl Capl barley, 3s 6d per Ibuslsd English barley,' 4s'pler bushelr Ponllard, Isl ptr 'bushel Chatl, £3 10N per tion Hly, £4 per ton Pens, 4s per bushel Maize, 4s (Id.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAPER PANES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

* Pinrn PeVnEu.-l'ajcr ccili\duw-gflll I 1,00 sjcid tc bea ,n asured ftot. A Will. dow paico is msde of wlhitie lapur, 11o00U. fauttrad fruom aOttoO or liii,, and n ail liien!ly ahejvnl nRC iII. Afttnwor 1r~ the papehr is di~pped iii a pruicrarn.io11 f rain 3huir aid aln dl, whbich makes it lile jtruhtnunt. Fracn thin lutoi1t it Cro ho wool lldd nrld Cut into r .O11wrkalillly toughj ehuuta eaiil33ly trllnluoproiit, aiii it Ciii Iho uiyud with unment tin lilale of theu an ii in tloluOs, thae ralt bmiIj a tr.oIalurrlt cabet, alhowing fur corn vivid hIues thai: the bout gisee uoohloir.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

WODONGA. JOOKEY LUvB. Judge-M r Geo. Street. Clark of Scales--Mr. A. Kyle. Starter-Mr ''. Johnston. Ijandl.cappoi--Mr. G.: owles, i4Albotirin. $euretary and -Treasu!er--Mr Ji Bambrick, eSteyards: Mr O. JTAllen SMr P Plainagan ST.'Johnston S. Mlaol, jun. T. Street a. L. iuaon J. Bassett C. E. Campbell . G. Wigg I A. Kiyle The most popular of the oporting fixtqroes i this district on Boxing Day is tloe annual meeting of the 1Wodonga .lclkey Olub, and on Monday the well aplpointed course was visited, not only by votaries of the turf buent il obtainu ing a dclay's 'enjoyaeint, but by large nuim bers frim Albury, Chiltern, Kiewa, Tal langatta, &o., who came perlhaps for the sake of the drive more thlan for any at traction in the shape of racing. Splidid racing weather prevailed throughout the day, and there wqs just aullicient sun to make the temperature most enjoyable. Thb attendance was largo-the lirgeat, ini fact, that has ever been on the Wo donga racecourse. On the course th...

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THE WASTE LANDS OF BETHANGA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

TO T11 ro. 1:111otu OF THE . NTINNEI.. SI,--t'he insipid effusion of your cor respondleut, J. D. Ladd, in your last its to iteserves no comment, as it is truly ohrrao' ouristlc of the writer. lHe does not dmle with the fiuts stated in my letter, but t!tinits proper to throw stones at his neigh. bour. wondeorif Mr .1. D. Ladd lived in. i glass lho?uo (wvliiuoh some persons say hbe does) holy hl wquld relish a pebblo cast thereon ''her. are, I am aware 'everal turvilo persons in as eplllnulity, a nodie ?ls ore no than AMr Ladd's few friond. I nmay in. form him that the moanilg-off" a wheel within a Vwheo" is n perotle " unoinghwith thu hatre and' lnting.titg th? honietl." T'his isn at l:ot ruoia proceodini, .a? eoary puronlh who haIprtlctised it is uwtro of. I w?':l?l' 'dulvi'i your i o· jir?,iom"ln"tinV a lareontal way to beware of oldgatd tole,-1l u0 . c,,. J rh

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ATHLETIC SPORTS [?]DONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

.4ATI.ITIC SPO.iTd .; ?:" "" Ol.;ý . A general meeting of persons in favor of holding sports in the Wedlolng Park on 20th January was held at Allen a T'erminus hotel on Thursday evening, when about thirty zontleinen were present. Mr Fairly was voted to the chair, and having explained the objeot of the meetin', the first business was to decide upon TIlEl DISPOSAL OF. TII FUNDS. AMr Smirl moved, and'1ir Peoples seconded, that the not proceeds, if any, of the sports he carried on to next year.-Carried. OFFICERS-, Mnved by Mr Taylor, econded bhy, Ar Fitegibbn, that ir. J. Fairly.he apeninted 'prmanent chairman of this committee. Carried. Mr (o4bett moved, and Mr 1}. HBon seconded, that \ir Poeter MAILean be taesnrero -Carried. On the motion of 'r3 Smirl; seounded .hv Mr Peoples, r. J. Ryan was appolinted aecretary, with Mr J. B, Bniahiblk i as his assistantl ..tNtoAsINe COMMITBTE Mr Fitzlhthn .movqle and Mrs Taylor seoconded, that the, managing committee be composed of the following:-Mo...

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GERMANY AND THE NETHERLANDS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

CGRMANY AND TIHI IFISTjkR LANDS. TO TILE EDITOR OF TII5 SOENTIN~y,. Sts,-The Rev. C, 1. G. Vis der H5eyden, CC., of Chilturt, rushes into prina nl last week's issue ti a B3eellworth ounteulStolr'ary to prroclaiim to the world that hu dues not hail from the German Empire, an)dl in disclaimSing all connection with tllet country he says hue "'leer hopes to set the day when the now inde pudbhut kingduom of the the Nuthurhmnda will be alftliated to the G(erman Esmpiru." Having delivered biiisulf of all this, he rust" _ oiotusnlstusosly of ; here ei?ses siliclI ;an i ,uiortatut p?raon as Father Vnn der Heydun tilsa saw the light of day, does not, I foul aute, concern the bulk of your rendurs, ao I shall paiss the matter of his nttiunality by. With your permisasion, however, I would like to say a word in reply to thu insult he casts on the whole Geurman nation by the scold ing lines he heas discharged at Bismarck. Your corruespndent's model is William llI., King of the Nethurlands. In the ...

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OUR MEMBERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

' U: JIJI ,' . TO TE EDITIOR OF THE O?ANTINE, Sit,.-I amn obliged to'your correspondent "Elector" for giving public expresslon to the suggestion that the represuentatives of the Ovelns sho.ldl address: their uonstltu eqts on the work of the past session. I will do so with pleasure; aud, as the first public iavitatiou 1)as come from Wodonga, I will spoak .tero first-lu the third or fourth' week of J.unuary-so as to allow of hoe holiday-t.oking being fully concluded. I will afterwards speak in twoor three of the other celltres of plopulatio?, une notice of thie date of ealch address will be gives. -1 qes &e.. F. If, TUTObrlL. Ovenus, 27th Deceanlber.

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MITTA MITTA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

The annual meeting of the blitta ]Mitti R"acig Club was held in the Mlugrrt Park, on Monday last. The weather du'riqg the pruvides weuk had bocn so lnuleuliat that pleasureseekers were fully pl 'oepard for a wet Christimas time, iaid it was, therefore, with feelings of iutenue gratification that the members of the club noted the favorable appearaice of the ' weather on the emorning of the day tixed for the meeting. The day, jideeld, was all that could be desired, the few clouds that hung overhead being just suflicieut to' t tnpor the rays of the suonmer eun, aniid the abundance of shade thrown on the sward by the foliage of the fie old eucalyptus trees, that have beenu wisely preserved, made the pretty little bIagurra Park an extremely pleasant pluce to lpas away the tieo durilng the jlitervale between the races. As the day advaneud 't forest glades were improved in alp pea lc biy parties on horocbaclk and in vehicl Iach group, as it arrived, imakilng its way ? v eu trysting spot li...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC CONCERT AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

OMAI'f CAT itiOZI CONCuERT AT " VODONGA. A Tq liquidatit. debt incurred in, the bujliing'of tlie toiuan Catholio'Bchiool, it was deoided ~goei feiy miqqths bhack to; hold a concert and ball. The services of the.WVodqnga Dramatic. 0lub were kindly plaued at the disposal f 'tlo. energetic s'ud enthusiastic cominittee, and the members loqt no time in rehearsing 't The Steeplecla~e:''." Several i;tll~r lady .ild gentleinan amateurs alqoa came to the assistance of the'ocqmmittee, and, as a censquuence, ai chpital programme was offered to the public. The dual enter taininent catte off on Buxing Rtight, in the presence of. ono of the largest au diences that lajns ver ass~mbled in the Prince of Wales' Hall, and the prmuoters of the concert may comigratulate theti selves not only upon the finaiicial success of their efforts, but upon the fact that not the slightost hitch occurred to mar the genera harmony of the proceedings. The overture (piano, violin, and cornet), was nicely played" by Mes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

A Great Problem. --Shke all the Kidney and Liver M.ledisines, .-Take all the llood purifiers, -Take all the Rheumatic remedies, -Take all the Dyspepsia and indigestion -Take all the Ague, Fever, and Bllillis Specific!, -Take all the Brain and Nerve force rcrircrs, -Take all the Great health restorers. *-In short, take all the best qualities of all those, and the -best --QualRtie of all the best medicines in the 'world, and you will ftnd that Dr Soule's 'American-flop Blitters have the beat curla tire qualities and powers of all--concentre'ed -In them, and that they will cure when any or all of these, siugly or -combined --Fail. A thorough trial will give positive proof of this. Hardened Liver. Five years ago I broke down with kidney and liver comlnaint and rheuma;tismn . _ Since then I have beehcu nable to be about at all. My liver became hard like wood; ny limbs were pullffe up and tilled with water. All the best plhysiians agreed that notlhing could cure sme I resolved to try Dr S...

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FATAL GUN ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

FATAL GUN ACCIDENT.         A distressing accident occurred on Christmas Day, at the residence of Mr W. R. Robinson, at Bungil. About half .past eight o'clock on the morning of that day Albert Edward, aged two years and two montlhs, the little son of Mr Robin- son, was playing in one of the rooms. Mrs Robinson was engaged in some house- hold duties, and left the child in the parlor, but, while ahe was absent, the little fellow must have gone into one of the back bedrooms. In the latter apart- ment there was a gun, loaded in one barrel, standing in the cornor ; and about the time we have stated, George Gearing, who was working outside, heard in ex- plosion iniside the house. Hastening inside, he found the poor little child re- ferred to lying on the floor, with the gun also on the floor a few feet distant. The child was bleeding, and on removing its clothes, Mrs Robiinsio, who had been called, found a large wound in its abdomen. A m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIrGH' ST. I gTC ,, WODONOA, 10f38 to announe that ha has ;opened, r .L, Tiuiith'a Shop 'intlhe'preidmses lately used as Ta SxareuILs Oice. U TANKS! :TAiLK: TANKS! S" Al": 'AIirauider't{'oder. SBat hs_ !> a ha :Baths! .,ey ,, ._ " ToINWAREniade tp order,'and keptla 4. orderi by p tAlly utond,, to. Profess L. ... v 'sOn (Of the 1 le\ Consce?:toirA of Music), Visits ODON A/ion ra Wednesdays aid S*curdays. Addre --Al'en's Terminusl Hotel. " Live, and Let Live.' / CHARLIE SYMONS S?AS started the BEST CAB on the " line, between Albury and Wedonga, : and will pay every attention to those who favor him with their patronage. - Paseengers driven to either town at ,any hour of the day or night. Post Office Hotel; 'OA3MP STREEI, BEEIICHWORTH. FELIX O'CONNOR H AS taken the above well-known hoes telry, whore he trusts to see his old and make new friends. ALES, WINES, and SPIRITS of the choicest brands. GOOD BEDS, and every accommodation for travell...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen !—MILTON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

Awake I Arisq i Or be for e?or fallen I --Mir.TO. F1ID 1Y, DIORMfBER 80; 1887. IT is pleasing to find that public at tention is at last being attracted to the very questionable character of the bulk of modern fiction. The purity of style initiated by Scott and Dickens and Thackeray, and the novelists of the earlier part of the Victorian era, has given place to either sensationalism or realism, both being equally objection   able. The " shilling dreadfuls" exer   cise a baneful influence upon their readers, and especially upon their youthful readers, which cannot but affect their future lives; but it is the   "realistic" novels of the French schools which are absolutely poisonous to all morality. No need now to re sort to Zola, an English school of imi tators of him and his like has sprung toad-stool like into existence, and pro lific authors, finding that it pays, have flooded the market with filth, some of which may be found upon the shelves o...

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THE SETTLING [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

THE SETTLING Took place at the Prince tof Wales Hall on Tuesday Inupijng." AMr Henry Hoy ated,. the owner of-:Honor Bright, roe coived the "IhiggGlt'" cheque (£50) for winning the Wodonga Handicap.> Mr Hoysted, who glso repreqonted Dr Lang, owner of. Firebell; who won the Ladies' Bracelet, ordered, champagne, .and.-a number of taests wore honored, Mr Bantbrick proposed " The Health of Ar Henry Hloysted." He remarked that he had known' that gentlonean ever since his (the speaker's) connection with the W,;dnggl Jqlcoy Club, which really mcant the starting of the cl?ub here. Air l'i3estod's namen had long been con nected with racing in the INorth-Eastern district,' and he ve?ntured to say that a more thorough or straightforward sports mon .was not to bhe fouuid hn the colony. (Hear, luar.) Speaking" chicially, he snimht say" tlgt Mr. Hoysted always paid ppnctually; and complied to the leter. in every other way with the rulesof aifaing. (Applause.). -- - . Mr D, Clienery, of Albury, ...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

GAZETTE NOTICES.       RENEWAL OF LICENSE APPROVED. Christian Vogel, 1a punt site, Tintal- dra Patrick Malone, 3a, Berringa M. W. Minogue, 2a 3r 39p, Tangam- balanga Neils Bidstrip, 17a, block 2907, Wo- donga   J. H. Bullock, 148a, Tangambalanga John Bowman, 115a, Bonegilla Thos. Bowman, 87a, block 3218, Be- thanga David Barns, 425a, block 3406, Yackan-   dandah J. C. Carter. 18,00a, block 348a, Be- thanga   Thomas Coleman, 120a, Mitta Mitta John Cummins, 250a, Bonegilla Mary Cardwell, 480a, Mitta Mitta Robert Craig, 80a, block 3282,. Wo- donga A. S. Chauncy, 1000a, block 3405, Be- thanga Chong King, 100a, Granya Charles Croot, 10a, Wagra Joseph Coulston, 140a, Beethang   J. Crosthwaite, 10a, Yackandandah J. J. Crowe, 4,000a, Bethanga Daniel Cohallan, 12a, Bethanga Jamnes Corcoran, 814a, Gundowring Sopia Crowe, 625a, Gundowring James Corcoran, 814a, Gundowring   Sophia Crowe, 625a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 30 December 1887

The following teem has been chosen to represent the WVodunga Rifle Club in the match with the Alhury Militia on Mun day:--Messra Peoples, Macaulay, John son, Arundol, Malune, Stanlgr, Bennett, Bent, Bell, Truderwind, Whan, Leigh ton, and F. Hunt. These members are requested to.b. on the ground at half past one o'clock. The bazaar iu niid of the Roman Ca tholie Church, Mitta JMitta, was pouned in the largo hall of the .Bridge hotel on Monday ueveling, and the outcome was in every way gratifying to the ernergetic promoters, £70 being, taken the first night. A' Iol?sanY l' NonwAv-'The " Norroway o'er the. faeni " of the Vikings in the " Land of the Midnight Sun " of 'lloderlii times has now become more fnashionable ad certainly more invigorating than the storeotyped con. tinental trip. Moset deeply interesting are the wonders of this strange country, with its ancient cities, its mighty mountaius, its fjords, .lono it forests. In working one's nay further n Lth the mtdcorn genius ot cor...

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"I Have Suffered?" [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

"I Have Suffered ?" :. , ith every disease imaginable for the lust threo years. Our 1)ruggit, T. J. Anderson, recommending ' . Dr MoSl'n Am.riran Hop Bitters " to ino, 1 used two bnttle? ! .Am entirely onrld, and heartily recomin mnend DrSoule's Amerienn Ilop iliblers to overy one. J. 1). I Ialker, Bueacter, Mo. . I write this as a *Token of the great appreciation I have of Syour Dr Soule's Amorilc: ]Hop S Bitters. I was afflicted With inflammatory rheumatism 1i ! for nearly Seven oears, and no medicine seemed to ,do me any . . ? .a .t.leu of your Dr sIr i fi T? 1 : "

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

'I11u true. geultullrn," Sh . Haniti will wevur ilillict aini, aldl I nuvLr clrn' 2epeu u awi 1 wlio isl unt n true "Thnui Altars," ro said, miournfully, r su u thlat can j 1 hupa fur your luvu noI li ugqr!' *"W1hy. not, Eulaurd 1' '' am au,1 dentist, you hnon'.

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THE ALBURY RESERV[?] THE WODONGA [?] [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 January 1888

THE ALBURY RESERY TAR WODONGA R The only rel Dsy at W tween the a havin out Macaula , o is c most reliable shots of color,"and he failed to 30 at either range. On the Cary in particular himself, . and he fairly the palm for the day. At the. range he scored four bull's eyeas tively, besides twice ringingthe be his sighters. He was the highest aggr gate scorer in the match. He winD in time if he is not already, prolbahl prove the best shot in the district. M'Eachern and Humphries, with 69 each, were the next highest scoresamongetthevisitors, but the whole of the team scored ooniistently. As usual in interolonial contesth,. the two clubs shot under the respective rules. of their colony. The utmost good feel ing was displayed on both sides. At the, 400 yards range the visitors wore vic*. torious by 7. which advantage they in creased to 47 by the shooting at the 500' yards. The mntch over, Captain Bent. lnvited the members of the Albury corps ansd a number of the spectators to partake of...

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