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A HARDENED CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
A., IraI DEED CRIMINAL. That imprisonment very often has not a deterrent effect on the criminal pro pensities of some who have fallen into the clutches of the law was again demon atrated in the case of a young man named Arthur Butler, who caine up at the Albury Police Court on Saturday, before Meessr M'Phillamy and T. H. Wilkinson, J.'eP., cha:ired with stealing the suinof £8 from William Davey, of the Albion hotel, Dean-street, Butler woe received into the Albery Gaol fronim Vagae to undergo a slnttelle of six lUtthetl' Iunpriaonmen ut fo. larcony, and on WaiOrJ)osday morning lihe wiai discharged, havijl conpleted his term It appears that djreo ly after oh. tauinig his,.freedim' ButJ!H r wunt to the Alliihmi ho,tel. and Vld tfur'l drinks fur hiiiielfv-sd noste ots?hevU 'r;i iwter in the hs'iril i ri.in."A+idL m .:D:,ksv?D U ey. that hl ilsh ait.iail) fossr. ;.el, val nesual rimg'. ~v.riilhailita nt.i ci; lle I fair breakfast, " i'+ticerwrirds wbm'vi it rom uip. rtiiii"s h.'ij reiua...
A DESTRUCTIVE BUSH FIRE. STATION OWNERS AND SELECTORS BURNED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
A DESTRUOTIVE BUIH. FIRE. STATION OWNERS AND SELECTORS JIURNID OUT. One of tile tmost destructive bllh fires that has occurred in this part of Itiveritoa wais started on Saturday it Itiddle's Thornhill Park station, about 40 utilus friom Albury, and in the Walbundriu district. Tlh weather had boon upprue. sively Ihot for thu previous few days, tlnd the, hIavy growth;uf grass had driud.cun silerably, and was highly inflammnable. When the lire was first discovered a nuamber of men front Thornhill Park and Waibandrie Station (owned by Mosesr Kiddle and Baulm), which adjoins, were called out, and by dint of great exertion the fire was mastered. At night, howr ever, it again broke out, and, despite all ifotrts to chock its progress, it rapidly spread in the direction .f Wallandll, and raached to within half a mile of the Waulbundrie township. In its course the selecti,ons of Melars P. Marr, E. Mlac guire, 1W. Haberman, anid tho.'.tQtzer t.-og. wren cqoph.itely .!ii". ,ped, gld. gruneat d...
CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
(CO1R iYONG. '(Fno oul OWN uoIlcnsoNo?NONT.) Ruin ! raill ! rain i has boon a regular !thing the last three weeks, delaying, all iharvisting operationus, mid causing much .extra labor to all concerned. Our local .Ihroshin macnhine starts this weol,,and it will no;ttake Iong to get through thue stacks this seasnon, snuto paddocks having tolurud out rery light-more grass than wheat. I vunturu to prudict that a largu mounut of flour will have to be impurted into the distriet, as there If lot, evern in goad sua?mse, enough to' supply our re uirumenlts. Our roadioen uoud to pay Us a visit to .rupair a few plLces caiused by 'the last storm. An it is ii?pilnsible' to koup the whlui'lungth in giood ordur, they should say their attteuttion to those pIlacos where it is imperative fur tratfle to pass over; buit if you come to a place where you cani neither turni to the right nor left, you can be euro it is well-nigh imlpassable. En closed on both sides with a two-rail fence, there Is a chnasm ...
CRICKET. ALBURY v. BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
CRICKET. ALlIURY v. BENALLA. On Saturday last the first uleven of the ,3 Baenalla Cricket Club, tageother with about - forty af their friends and supplrterGs (in. cluding several ldies.) arrived hy splcial train to play a return match with the Albury club. The visitors ware lmet at the station by the sauretary and several members of thu Albury Cricket Club and eotlveynd to M'Canaey's hoteul, where dinner awiaited the,,. Au adjuaanatetnt, was then made to the cricket ground, and shortly after 2 o'clock the match was commnlulcud by the visitura glingg to tlhe rickets, their captain (Findlay), having won the tass from 'Wright, who pilltotl the lhuln teamn. Thluir first four rep resentaotives gave little trouhlo, only 21 runs being tleo comnbined rIesult of their 4alay, but uponl Findlay and Cole becnm ang pa:rtnlersaa, a change camlle aover Lthi state of anfairs, alnd a10 runl wore adlded before Banvis effected a separatian by hbowling Findlayv with a " bailur," Cole shortly afterwards...
MESSRS CAMPBELL AND SONS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
MES? S A ~AMPBELL AND , SONS' SRE 'ORT. Messrs Campbell and Saus'(latu Cmbpholl, Pratt, and Co.) relort: A moderate supply of fresh country horses came forward for the week, most of which were rather of ani unsaloable olass. Indian remuounts and upstanding hacks are much enquired for, and a consignment of that class, with style, carriage, and breoding, will meet with a ready clearance. Extra heavy draughts subject to trials reccivc.l attention, aod sold at about last week's rates. Medium draughts and omnibus sorts show a slight advance on last week's sale, while light weedy hacks have a downward ten. dency. Our ordinary sales comprise Extra heavy draughts subject to trials, £30 to £45; medium draughts, £15 to £20; upstanding hacks, Indian remounts, and well trained harness sorts, £25 to £40; cab and coaching horses, £10 to £14; ponies from £9 to £18 accordingto quality. Country lots averaged £4 18s, £11 Is d, £12 Os 6d, £12 18s, £13 4., £16 lOs, £13 10s, and £20 10a each lot respect...
BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
BE1'.4HANGA BRIANOI A.M.A. The general half-yearly meeting of the above was hold at the Star hotel, on Saturday, 14th instant. There was a nilulroun attendctnce of members, The rice-preoidlnt (who occipied the chair), stated that the rccrtehrr' "hltd receivud ia telegrami fromi he pr.nident: which enaid st .uld Lo u tble t, ittend the at etincg.. ,? f the N.t h''ilth cttiarly. : i. curvy,:. atatinl h.e..i't 'inod to? it the pr,.pectore at l.clkhart,'s Greek o r, tnme in.Jn ,hmary, anftl tiat he woi,ul ,1 on the s?crctary of the branch era ''r.,a'tl he oflic? of the A.M.A., Cros' wick, stating that the cuwIpauiue?in thi Malmsbury district were trying to gdt engine drivers at 7s 6d per shift, Lt, thk,, the place of th,,e who ware .working for 8? 4d, ail it was re.luast.od that this infornmation be widely circulated... From the office of the A.M. L., stating that the action (in reference to auriferous lands) takein by the cotanittee .wws 'a correct one. Fron ' the president, stating th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
e~riiewz n :Wr'ight1, & :rIC o :i ,.f-lited. Iio; to uantify that au hiavethis day W)V . Dfl.jl'U of nallt. ! i N1iSS at A'ihusy ant l WauIio~lg to il'E:i.E1WA'1', YWJ'LiI1,, And Cu IilANV (fdiMI'PIGii. tdwldavu oinauh picnasru in tilal kinbg you fur 5It kiadtuli v I iiiral s!pgoprt rieivelvdhy on tar mansy yours; sntel Ae Nail ua...alitiio I wit, liraiwliva Ibrouglc t Ltilhe aulunici, tlaadl ato lin iit.All pacts of the, nowurld U ll .s'co itiio y avii "outill'l,, ! 1 , nIu trunt liawi' 011 receives qontnatmle alll your S'i'ANLEY . tUlit. Aibarlry, 11th Mn ySi In reference to ttie 'iiela w i !laal):ll dil'n ialiar, i. l I. oo!'' .iti'i" L'Ovtl Ilt4ri I'O 1 Btta N an~y d!R'ý1nr.'ý1tý, r-1 t1`i,"tiv ,ý''u",, . . aasred iILBti:ilial+t'e siiiiaart illiiR~hl.IW.\N\'. WitlUi I', & C0~1i'A C't J. YOUNi, alitnagoer, Alhory ltpd VI illsOagi.; :JOHIN W ILk I1'NS 0-117' SOLICITOIR, &c, of \Iw Smith " . . . .Palen and 'iutnpia. Client's 01111W)' to luati, itstdai'sto ra...
GAZETTE NOTICES. GRAZING AREAS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
GAZTT'E INOTIOEN. UGozIao A~oen AYAILAOLZ. 7'nnogmbalong -28Oai, ollotment 30A ....Woalwa-41Ud4, formerly .ppliod for by A. J, O'Koofo -- Welwa-5 30a, formerly applied for by 'Ellen liroudflold IVagro-l120a formerly ap~plie~l for by Cisco.. Ulbbmreovooo ýWhtia-tlDO o, formurly opplied for by Richard Blroadfiuld WCyeoboo--7Oa, formecrly appliud for by Joh Ylohsoeao Kooetuog-SOa, fortoolly appliod for by John Poloclme - Catzbor.e-70, forserly applied, for. by J. T, Do Maniel; Kaatoobg-7dOe, formerly appliud for by W. Richards. A Lien. zcco APYSOOLI). Bryarn Tighlo, Joe, ntlilgil 1V. RtllllnkaIIph, 15~~11" Bungil Jnmoos Sttr, Ohio, Buugil Chna,. Croot, 225o, Wsgua Chias. Jones, 8., ''owoong. RooorL o0 Lwamooeu Arromovab. William, Hoooa, 840x. IValwYa. Icuoosa IovarU, out IDECLAnRbs Vowr. Alec. Sitoerart, grazlog block 3004, 5,000oa-abadoned 11. I. Elliott, gazolig block 3541, 4B7a void.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, EGS to announe that ho has opened a B Tinasmith's Shop in the premieselately used as Tns Sr?Trna.L Oltice. TANKS! TANKS ! TANKS! All aies made to order. ."Baths I Baths ! Baths ! Sorder, and kept in stock. Orders by past punctually attended to, M USIC ! MUSIC !! MUSIC!! Professor L. Iverson (Of the 1 ienna Conservatoire of Music), Visits A ODONGA on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. *Live, and Let Live.' CHARLIE SYMONS HAS started the BEST CAB on the line, lbetwoen 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 the day or night. Post Office Hotel, . CAMP STREEI, SBEE CHIIWO?RTIH. .FELIX O'CONNOR AS taken the above well-known hbs. d tolly, whore he tt truatso see his old and make new friends. ALES, WINES, and SPIRITS of the choicest brands. GOOD BEDS, and every accommodation for travellers and familie...
DEATH OF MR ARTHUR WOODSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
DEATH OF MR ARTHUR WOOD- SIDE. An inquest was held at Dederang on Fri- day before Mr P. J. Dwyer, J.P., deputy coroner, and a jury of seven, touching the death of Arthur Woodsilde, a respected resi- dent, who died very suddenly on the previous Wednesday evening. Patrick Maher, publican, deposed that he knew deceased, who had been frequently at his house during the past six months. He &nbsp; &nbsp; was at his house from the morning of the day of his death until three or four o'clock. He remarked that a day's spell would do him good, and that he was glad the rain came. His death took place in his presence between five and six o'clock on Wednesday evening. Michael Quinane, constable of police, de- posed that he identified the body as that of Arthur Woodside. He saw him about two hours before he died on Wednesday evening, at Maher's hotel. He was then apparently in good health. Dr Mueller deposed that he had made a post mortem examination on the body. There were no ext...
WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 17th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUREaAY, 17th JAN.UARY. Presout-Ors Harkin (presidenIt,) Barm brick, Bassett,, O' Connor, Johnston, aind Mc'Farlane. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Ovens District Hospital, thanking the council for its donation. Received. From W. R. Felstead, applying for permission to have his boat placed at Lake Huon.-OrGanted. From the Shiro of Glunelg, requesting co-operation in having the Local Govern eunt At t) an amccded that the now exist ing and expensive way of collecting rates might be abolished, and suggesting that rates he collected by the shire secretary in the samie way as the Government col lect land tax and rents.-Granted. From the Public Works Department, forwardling vcuchers for £3C3 19s 34 for mailntaining the Wodong? to Albury road. -Reccived. From the Government statist, forward ing doccuments for instaructionu to volluc lors,'"~`hodule?s ter Fii?itte ictcho1ls, ei ..- Received. Frcn Franz Goordee, applying for per. mission toi have the water lacd on to his pre...
Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!—MILTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 20 January 1888
Wodonga & Towong Sentinel Awake! Arise! Or be for ever Fallen! - Milton FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1888 The following paragraph from the &nbsp; "Argus" is curt, but to the point: - "The typhoid epidemic appears to have set in again, with its usual summer virulence, more than 100 cases having been reported to the Central Board of Health during the past month." We may depend upon it that if a hundred cases have been reported, a great more have occurred which have not been reported at all, but the in- telligence as it stands is sufficiently startling to act as a caution to all but the most thoughtless. In nine &nbsp; cases out of ten the typhoid infection is spread by means of the water used for drinking. Dr Brouardel **** ...that he **** more than 10 reports &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of typhoid epidemics, in which the &nbsp; &nbsp; drinking alone had caused the &nbsp; outbreak. In September 1886,...
WODONGA QUARTERLY HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 January 1888
IVODONGA QuFLVlTALY HORSE .IMesTrs Dougli~f, Stii, and Parker W\ held otr Iuinl qlarterly salu of liilliti it oulr y311rd1 WldougaI , ion Thulira aily un Friday lats, thl.u I)tli and 20th iitt.,"when 2!)0 lheuid weru entered for iale, of whihli number O 270 assed through tli iii'n; and all,; ith :hio exception nf v'ruy fewwer sild. All classes if stock. iwerp well reprosriitdil. A'iir o f carriage li thaes," tho propl?oty of Ar" Wn1,. awley, of-Anniinialel ,- esiiti d t iiohatteuntion, Ial' producedl keons. couiputitish wliuid offtered; tliiy w\r? u' eivinttllly knocked down to MIrLerin?iiitlifori' : i0 RuilleUas, and all thli n,'li thl, rale satisfaictory iprics wa' roniliad, soveial Ihorses lwhich woro oald I/y ii nit.d a.iroleit toi tliu owirers being purchlaitsd )3 thllle tit it sale holdu thio prer'i.ou week. Wo qlotu for well bred uplstiuitlilg horsos, suitable for troop lorsosa r Indiian raeloiits, priice rnIging fromil £ll to ;£23 Il.; inedinn draift light harnoss hor ses, £...
WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 January 1888
Iltears Du r btyimSlai,. *Poxlcor, rcpnb hv ing_ ~uld tibir foriLtiglltly Ilvli-kot igt thour y: li le, ; (11 u i( Fri. daiy lost; tho 2Qlu iia., whuii, . w0,1)00 Ilnulicliof tllAIui* ailo, ((1(13 Il~Iup 111114( ulitinhur' of.bio nuI osf0Lo srIrr All; c~~,u01w (Ittlllll ((t3lome f I hI4aol I)t lul~vhilou~li', Lyin Vesry" lie. nd1.hc trt tli 4dll ilts fcor £5liii;.1.'n :P. cows 1 Iu"GsoIt 251u8; 10 cmin - ill. j"eap C G. 'nn\ B. 1)Uulludny, lb1 cn fll iii A. A h..llay, 60 3'OIuig (attl tar M Spmrt, 54 flit Iretoallr for Mr III JI~fl'.iii dolni Ohl 5I05'lL. STalIUr, -(h( 11101 j i lurl y, ])11p01, a1111(1 italI"lO.
MESSRS CAMPBELL AND SONS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 January 1888
M 'ESSI' UAMWII ELL AND SO0.S' IREPOlRT. -0----- M\essr Campbell aol Sons (late Calnpbholl, Pratt, aild Co.) report : HIorses.'--Businosa for thel week has beeon antiv,, ai go.I s!upply of country horses comiit forwlrd for each day's sale. Extra hca'y Idrntughts stibject to triala mlot with a ste?ldy cloarau.c, while eu?dilll draughts, especially tloao unbroken, were diltluult to quit. Upstanlling Imcks., buggy horues, and Indianl rensullllitf were i demalnlld, andll the beat eold to fi!l 'ates, A alight rise is nIoticcable in ordinary saddle and harness sorts, anything sciid atiil quiet being woll competed for. \\'u have enquiries for stout active ponice suitbhle for buggy and phaeton work. \Ve sold a consigmlent of draughl horses ex s.s. Itaurots, from New Zealand, averagilng £52 Os Od; the best sold to :3 guineas. Several buggy pairs have changed hands at prices ranging froml 50 glinens to 75 gioeuas. Our. ordinary sales comprise extraI hIeavy. draughltso sublject to trilla, £30 ...
COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 January 1888
COMMERCIAL. WODo)N(A. Tho following are tio latest quota tions : Fl'lur, £0 10a per ton Wmlalt, :8b d por hitshol hButter (potted), 6d >por lb Potatoes (Wirirnambol), £4 per ton hlarl?j; 3d per lb. Butter (fresh), )dper lb EgRs, Is per dozen White oats, 3s 3d por bushol Brown outs, 2o 3ld por bIshol Capo barloy, es (ld por bushol English barley, '4s poer bushol' Bran, Is per bushol SPollardl, s per bushol Ohall, £3 lOs per toe. ]Tay, £4 per ton Pons, 4,s lOr bushel' SMaize, 4s ,Ol.
THE ATHENÆUM CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 January 1888
T-0- fting advantstago of thel pretuoce ill tl;Yodoigs of a Iultbtr of 'visiitr,0 iottrac Ytotd thitheur 'by :thu athletic splorts, thu 'iomonittuu of the Wudonga Athlmutnou e?eol?ved 1 po1 ' 1 o hliudig it coitert and bhall oivhu igat, t ing on t if ,that dueurvint in - di .tm Artur uexperiencintg s.v'oral dis oipj'loiitit ntst, lMr (IJslett, upon, whruo ti'iltlllur: dtevolved almost t r i.H w lou of i. b;iwii;k tf drawinv oup thu prol,grtatinit, sitcctetided is obtaining thut assistan uC of " tliiibor if silngus inew to thl doitrict, .intludiig i 1i" .I. h. Stuwart, whose ru I' rtationi?as a citalist pIrecededUo hioti advuot hrltro.' It musthib solid that this gentlh nimon diol not hollo his reputation, nod his ' -rouderiiol of;thu " Slouopig camp " wuts ia :'treat to) lihtoun to. 'Tio ball was sett roll ing b1y nn overturn nicely played by irs S'Williamt and M'l Sydney Manlti. Misseso A.. atd L. lnd plaitUr Johnsltttonel are al,.o i'uectat arrivals hlrnu, and they prostieo in tim...
THE CENTENNIAL FESTIVITES AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 January 1888
TI E OCENTENNIAL FESTIVITES. AT SYDNEY. (Fnoir co"i'ESitot ENT.) The propiitors 6f tlie Sydiiey iTown ofn'Countryf Joui'nal hiiia duite, alid'itr still doing, a great diual to';'frthur 'tlh good feeling exitiiLg inturcolonitally between thu 'dili'hrlint " cuitrle ' of 'jounrlalisn. * They certainly desergo the best tianks of till numberm of the foliith estate; fir' their Hplundid ii'tortainiunt of the visitiiig'numburs oil the occnaidn of tlhe 'Sydnuy , Conutennial f.4tivitiit,. 'In vitations wore' insseed from their ofice to veury journal tllhruglioiat thu' colonies to itr:.eren iitativel to' a ban(quet 'ti be given in their honor at the Sydliny:"l'Tow Hall. Sir ldenry Parkces' ail other illts trious dignitaries signilied their iiltentiois to attend. 'n Tuucdlay, the (uanngdr liad ia number .of u' s round thlo"nmagnilicutl new pruilinihs,"and shole'd ltll' the now Iumhliinery in woriking. The laily Br E - inl Newt, is printed frinn stBriotypu,'8soi-' thing tlih BUalle 4 1'tli6 Mell...
CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 January 1888
(rnoetOtlt. wt ouo:S'rom.;Nrr.) Tlotuntli athOr into for thu irthlodox greutinogO MDr oiiltor; lyet I wiuhli you a ,prrmportts N.Yk'ra i andi trust that your popuolr uulit itlpily ciroUlated papur ma?y .cono h t r. 5A.o so n-t hU e "yt i =- r otiti h r 1??cl C orryong ;c:roua odent..tIo'L.tIu A utniluu of thu -lg uown ohaecl hrIltoipjt?ifr your humble ser-. vant's pjnopu?n ' ih' Now it is too lIto t go gint lo i dtli l,ýt:.itintus osulicu to tatoto that the 8siortlltion O'iO ';u lmore succossful hat thei llr?Oio's youer1 na na ourplus of ,vtr ,L1 s in '~t?'th ,u'!boing £3 in excess iof lat yeai,. 'Tholluoohabitu ait areo botim. .oagal formidablo narmy it 'Qptduuwa,.overy ttcleijg of l.to initiatioid tithing Iplace. Ot? ?I6" t"hu. brotheos, 3Mr. Joihn ]iturlor bringi fToruird candidatus ahlnot' ouvry nthar iluttilg ; his ,brothr Ituchabitos i'ha nti m't' faile t to testify'tLheir oppreuin 't:it' of hls'inilltal tu ndtl otldotvtrs , its on ntut0ird0a)3 ight lthtt.a apotial ionuting, w...
FEES OF DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 27 January 1888
FI:e or" I)oorools.--'I'ho le of doctoro is an itolm thnt rty' ver l ?oII ' peon lr' jl;, torosted in jl?t at 'proont. \We Ibolio the UIIOdOIlo for visits i 3 ol?ars, whluth wouldl tax an i lllconlined to his hod for year,.lLnd.ind need of a daily visit, ovler 1000 dollar for meodicl atttondance alono i Anid oneo ngleo .hottlo. of l)r Soulo't Amort.iloi op littters toakn in timno wold share 1,000 tollir'n and all tihe yoar's i?ol'. nes- " Post."