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THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS AT YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS   AT YACKANDANDAH. -------- The Railway Commissioners, Messrs Speight and Agg, accompanied by Messrs Darbyshire, assistant Government en-   gineer, and P. B. Wallace, M.L.A.,   arrived here on Wednesday from Tallan- gatta at about one o'clock. They were met on their arrival by several members of the Yackandandahl Railway League including Dr. Mueller, J.P. (chairman of the league), Messrs S. P. Jessop, J.P. (secretary), John Haig, J.P., George Reid, J.P., Charles Hattersley, R. M. P.   Michelson, and by Messrs Fred. Allen (chairman of the Beechworth Railway League), and John Fletcher, president of the Beechworth United Shire. The visitors were entertained at luncheon in the Waterloo hotel. The table did great credit to Mr and Mrs Entra, considering the short time they had to prepare. The viands were all produced in the immediate neighborhood - from the wines to the soda water, and from the potatoes to the p...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

pE3CS to inform the inhlabitnts of W odong and surroisding listrict, and also hli old frieonds of Betliannha GranyaS Sandy Oreekiand-blitta-Mitt tla't lie is rony " uyrving on business oppositu the Post-oflice, WIodonga, as ' " FAMILY GROCER, DRAPER, ,IRONMONGER, ariand GALVA.NISED IRON iand' WIRE MERCHANT,' SCHAFF, OATS, ad' PRODUCE.' STORIE The TE AS supplied are Specially Selected,. and. the ,Whole of tb' e Gioceries are of tlie Best "Well-known Brands. . Crockeryvai c of ; all Dý scrilptions. LARGE- STOK( OF READY-MADE CLOTHING TO BE SACRIF[CED, boeing the balaihco of the stock of the lnte A. Fullrton and Co. GENT'3 CLOTHN :ADE TO ORDER. LARGE STOCK OF PkTTER.NS TO CHOOSE FROM. LARGE STOCK OF NEW SEASON'S PRINTS FROM 3s Gd A DOZEN YARDS. BUYERS 01'OF ALL LOCAL PRODUCE, I[ides and Skins of all Desciiptions, at HIGIITEST MARKET V LALUE. C, L. begs to notify that all D)EIDTS owing to the late fit-rm of -A. 1FULARTON 'anol CO. will require to,be paid to Ihim before the. oid;of Janua...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen!"—MILTON. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 188[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

i7obolongi & ?olotu ng g c?itincl . .'}Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" --MILTOn. FRIDAI Y, JANTIdARY 29, 188,. Ir hIs been said that 'f he who would ilrive fat oxen should linself b. fat,'' And i seemlis nothiing mori, thuin right that men elected to legislate for the llancfit of the conmmuniiy a:t I:Lr?; should be exemplars both of public lind .or piivato moralitay:'Hi:;o:,: -o sevemr, does not liuvalrially bear oilt ti : hi?ghly- poper, theory, To :!t" eesdully govern a community som, thi'ng oft th ire of genius is requir"l,. and the polossion of rare m?:,il gifts is not infrequently aecotmpanied with certain moral irregularitie :, at which thle purist would cast up his eyes with horror. ]Ile.xI IV'V., of France, the Protestant hero, as he "a c:lled, was not so insensible as he should have been to thie uhalrns of the : -fir.- V'iuron Essl.txNoUs., the patriot King of Italy, was quite as famous for his lore of the ladies as for his lore of country. 'The maiden Queen, ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE TINTALDRA BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 January 1886

THE TINTALDRA BRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- Having read the correspondence of "Ocnus" and Mr B. Gray on the pro- posed site for a bridge across the Upper Murray, I cannot but notice the one-sided view they have taken of the same. "Ocnus " advocates a bridge at Towong, and claims it to be the most central posi- tion for same, and further states that it is the greatest stock crossing, both of which he and the public must know to be false. As far as its position is concerned, it is outside of what can in any way be con- sidered central. Being situated seven miles above Tintaldra is quite sufficient for anyone that knows the geography of the country to at once say that it would be to suit the requirements of the few and not the many. " I quite agree with him when he says the bridge should be elsewhere--- that is, elsewhere to either of the places mentioned, viz., Towong or Tintaldra. As his own argument goes, he says more stock crosses at Towong than at Tintaldra. Well,...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. GOLD MINING LEASES REFUSED [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

QGA ZETTEr NOTICES. Corn MIINhO LEASEbI PeROSnD. B, oeclhwortlh .District.-Mitta MIitta Division.--R. Nicholls and another, 33a+ li 25p, Young ,Australian.teef; T. H. Day and another, 27ai t2i Op, Dart River. LicaIss's Ai rauviEU Mary Richardson, 1G8a and 152a, Yackandandah HIIugh M'Oalluni,, 00 Mi nrranmrrang bong : .... John Stephens, 320a, Yackandulandah Isabella A. tRobinson,. 2?a, Yacka:l dandahl and A[lrlramllurrangbon "' Giace Stephens, 101a, Yackandandah Noil 1I'Kay, 253a, \VaJbb MIans Otto, 201a,.Yablbt Mary Sholly, 300a, Koetong Jas. F. Findly, 58a, Toollg' R. Smitli, 61i, 'lTintaldra ' B . ridget Mullins, 320al Wagnra Wan. Jones, 49a, Berringanua Clias. P. Kemnp, 87a, said 83a, Wabba Johann W. Klingo, 71a, Belvoir West Archd. Loban, 5ia, Talgarno - iargt. Jalmieson, 37a, Tangnmbalanga Cornelius Cavan, 73ýi, Yackandandah Alfred Bray' 68a, Tanganibalanga Albert E. Pooloy, 205a, Tatonga Clhas. M'Farlano,; 221ia, Bulvoir West Christian Vogel, nla, Tintanldra P. A. Wind, 2300a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

TDO HI G TEXTU-: -S IN FaREss FABRaW S, .A ND TRI1\?E.INGS .P"rasols;, C ov cs, -uJnderclothl?g,~n Cosets, -Hosiery. BOOTJS .AND SHOES BY THE B "EST. MAKERS. MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND .MERCERY. ~:iP:c?i ,of' Diapery Delivered Free iii :. iiWdlonga at Melbourne Prices WE HOLD LARCE STOCKS OF (GENERAL MERCUANDTSE IN BON SAND DUTY PAID TO SELECT FROM. BUYERS OF AL;L (LASSES LIBERALLY DEALT WITh. o CUSTOMSili;:ENTRIES PASSED FREE FOR ALL CUSTU.IERS. T. r. M ATE AND CO., IMPORTERS AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, ],JxiON.DSON, I.ARKIER, & CO. , ARIE 'OFFERING IN All Departments, PRIOR TO S TOC K TAK ING. AN I? - V. M T S :1 A T. I TIT-Y.. R::EMNANTS OFE'-EVLRY DESCRIPTION. , Dresses aces, Ribbons, Chli60es `&c. A spklenirdc lot o'fLrhnmed'Jl jats and JIonneL , Cor'sets, .Underclothing, &c. TABLE and BED LINEN, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS,;: -n... : an:d Youths' IClotIi ",,g anrd ][ats. . ... Spl ?!:d ale i , .. Boots a:nd Shoe' , I " 't].iy Goods,: and Pcerftnnery.,i:.. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, Hoan STTRET, WOOONGA, Wholesale and Retail B U T C J E R. The oldest.established Butchery in Wodonga, Al MEATS of BEST QUALITY hlways on hand, Small Goods of every description, IilpES and SKINS PURCIIASED, International Family Hotel, VICTORIA STREET, MELBOURNE, (Close to Cab and 'Bus route), ALEXANDER GALLETLY (LALE OF WODO.YOA), BEGS to inform his Friends andi the Public that he has taken the above hotel (late Henningham's) where Boarders and Visitors will find the attention paid them of a comfortable home. HIGH.CLASS WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, &e. Terms Reasonable. Bathrooms,telephone, and overyconvenienec. G ENERAL BLACKSMITH AND FARRIER, Elgin street (near railway crossing), Wododga. J. LAMBOURN Begs to thank his numerous customers for past favors, and hopes to still merit a continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. IIORSESIIOEING A SPECIALITY. Why? lBecause they are shod according to art and suitable to nat Ire. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BETIIANG A. J. : COLBERT ,...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICES WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

REOEIPT' AND. PAY OFFICES. WODONG A. The following iaocounts?are) awaiting paymont;:-E. "Davis (2), J. Lambourn, W. C,.M'Farlane (2), . .0C; Sparrow, P. Dwyor, T. Peach,-J; Hutchineon (2), J. Oallinaii.'Lai.aori (2),. 'J. VW. Fulford, T.'Nowman, J. K, Barnett, S. Babbing ton, W, Orook,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

G 9E O. L E I G H TO N BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Wodonga and surrounding district, and also his old friends of Bethanga, Oranya, Sandy Creek, and Mitta Mitta, that he is now carryiig on business opposite the Post-office, Wodonga, as FAMILY GROCER, DRAPER, IRONMONGER, and GALVANISED IRON and SWIRE MERCHANT. CHAFF, OATS, and PRODUCE STORE. The TEAS supplied are Specially Selected, and the Whole of the Groceries are of the Best Well-known Brands. Crockeryware of all Descriptions. LARGE STOCK OF IEXADY-MADE CLOTHING TO BE SACRIFICED, being the balance of the stock of the late A. Fullarton and Co. GENT'S CLOTHING MADE TO. ORDER. L ARGE STOCK OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROM. LARGE STOCK OF NEW SEASON'S PRINTS FROM 3s Gd A DOZEN YARDS. n.UYERS OF ALL LOCAL PRODUCE, Hides and Skins of all Descriptions, at HIGHEST MARKET VALUE. G. L. begs to notify that all DEBTS owing to the late firm of A.' FULLARTON and CO. will require to be paid to him before the end of January, or proceedings will b...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN- CIL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28.   Present - The presient, and Crs Jessop, Robb, Mongan, Smith, Burrowes,   Ronan and M'Leod. The following ac- counts passed for payment:-James M'Namara, L33; Joseph M'Cullough,   L16 13s; Joseph Rickard; 15s; Mark Farley, L2 2s; George Reu, 11s;. John Arundel, L9 7s 6d; Thos. Abbott, 12s; Robert Meredith 7s; Molyneux, L22 2s;   Thos. L. Hughes, L19 4s 7d; Hans Paulsen, L1 13s; Arnall and Jackson,   L5 19s 2d;.Albury Banner, L2 2s; Argus, L1 3s; David Flynn, L1 10s 9d; Joseph Smart, L3. 15s; John Phelan, L2 12s.   The report of the public works commit- tee was received and adopted. The fol-   lowing tenders were accepted: - Hand- railing tow bridges, Long Swamp - J. M'Namara, L17 19s; side cutting at   Johnston's Point - Walter Jarvis, L30; cutting and filling at Kinchington's - M'Namara, L9 10s; cutting and filling opposite Jess...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

IF you want it ? iice cool dlriink, now that the heat is so intense, call at A.r,es's' Testl .?s Horx-T, Wodonga. Tile proprietor is daily in receipt of a supply of ice, and hopes "to see his old, and tnake new, friends.-[ADVT.] ~TANTED, good general JBO'T og'. MAKER. Apply 13. Costa, \Vo. donga. rI1HREE GUINEAS REWARD.-LOST, Son Sunday last, li the neighborhood of Wodonga, a black Gladstone BAG, c;otainintg books, manuscripts, &e.. Finder will receteo., the above reward by leaving said bog, with contents, at TIIE S?NTINEL Office. ORf SAL:E or to LET'' on LEASE, that splendid "SITII1 between M'Lesn's Store and Custom Honse, two frontages one to Railway Goods Shed, the other Main street. Also, half-aere of land near Mrs Powell's Hlotel. For terms apply to th3 owner, W. C. MI'FARLANE. TF OR SALE, a light WAGGON, fit for 1'. blllocks and HIorses, in first-elsa order. Apply to - W. W . O. FARLANE. Atheneum, - Wodonga. TO BIUILDERS. r lENDERS are tovited by the utdlr. s •igned ti...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !"—MILTON. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

Wiobontga & CLoo ng ~cntincl. "Awake I Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" -MrILTO. FRIDAY, FE?BR UAR Y b, 1886. A.Msoo the numuerous topics touched upon by Mr,OGLLIES during that dull address of his alfEchuca last week and,, to do' the honorable gentle man' justice, lie rarely i- 'dull was the question whethes State school teachers should be allowed to give religious instruction .to.children. after .school' hours i in State- school buildings; and whether, on Sundays or other clays, they should be permitted to conduct public worship for adults in school buildings also. This matter has been exercising our esteemed con temporary the Melbourne "Daily Telegraph " for soame, time, and: now has been madle the subject of a resolu tion by the Wesleyan Conference at present in session. The Conference has passed a resolution, "That, in all "imatters outside of their school " duties, State school teachers should " have the same religious liberty' as "other civil servants.";. The Con ference...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

" Now, Johnnie," said the teacher, " if   your father borrows £100 and promises to pay £10 a week, how much will he owe in seven weeks. " "One hundred pounds," said Johnnie. " I am afraid you don't know your lesson very well," remarked the   teacher." " I may not know my lesson very well, " Johnnie frankly remarked, " but I       know my father."

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE PROPOSED BRIDGE FOR THE UPPER MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

THE PROPOSED.BRIDGE FOR THE UPPER MURRAY.     'The following letter appears in last Saturday's Argus :---Sir,--- Will you kindly permit me to offer a few remarks by way of reply to Mr Basil Gray, who, in a letter lately published in your columns, takes exception to the statement made by your former correspondent " Oonus " in regard to one proposed bridge for the Upper Murray. Mr Gray contends that Tin- ladra is the most central and best adapted place for a bridge, but in making that   assertion he could not have considered all the details of the case. As far as position is concerned Towong is as centrally situated as Tintaldra. From any given   point to the north-east of the Sydney line of railway stock travelling to Victoria could reach Towong by as short a route as Tintaldra with the additional advantage that they would be on the direct highway to the Victorian markets. That highway   is being rendered still more con...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE PROPOSED BRIDGE OVER THE UPPER MURRAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

THE PROPOSED BRIDGE' OVER THE UPPER MURRAY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- As I see a letter, in your last issue, signed "Jabin," referring to the letters of Mr Gray and myself anent the above subject, kindly allow me space for a few remarks on the same. 'There is nothing remarkable in Mr Gray's letter beyond the fact that his reading of Ultima Thule is a little ob- scure, and that if the flats at Towong are lower than those at Welaragang, the river must here run up-hill; but he, like myself, evidently did not contemplate bringing Jingellic into the discussion at all. My former letter merely dealt with the relative merits of Tintaldra and Towong as the most suitable place for a bridge over this part of the river, and drew no comparisons whatever with Jingellic. Therefore, my statements as to the most central position and the greatest stock crossing are not false, as "Jabin" is kind enough to declare. By all means, let the good people of Jingellic get a bridge there if they c...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

SIR,--- During the last few weeks a couple of letters have appeared in the   columns of your paper which, I think are calculated to damage the prospects   of local railway employee --- Mr. Fitzgibbon. It is with surprise I read the letters referred to, and I am sure very few, residing in Wodonga endorse the contents. No one, here can deny that Mr Fitz has been a steady and attentive public employee ; and in his private capacity many know him to be a kind-hearted and good citizen. A man's livelihood is a serious thing, and should not be lightly attacked--- more par- ticularly in the case of one who has met with a sad physical misfortune while dis- charging his duty to the public. --- Yours. &c., A RATEPAYER. [Concerning this subject, we have also received a letter from Mr. Fitzgibbon, who merely reiterates the arguments advanced in the foregoing effusions. It is unneces- sary, therefore, to publish his conmuni- cation. We have now disclosed all corre...

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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. ( FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)     MELBOURNE, THURSDAY NIGHT.     The bye-law giving the rebate to Wo- donga on goods sent across the Border has been passed by the Commissioners,   and will appear in next week's Gazette. The Secretary for Mines promised Mr Tuthill, M.P., to-day that he would send the auger, with staff of of men, for pro- specting to Wodonga within a fortnight. Typhoid favor is still very prevalent, and eleven cases were reported to the Central Board of Health to-day. The officers entrusted with carrying out the Licensing Act have found it im- possible to give effect to some of the pro- visions, owing to the nature of the machinery provided, and it has been con- cluded that the Act is practically un-   workable. It has transpired that the Rev. John Watsford recently severely attacked Dr. Moorhouse in the course of a sermon, de- scribing the Bishop as overbearing, and...

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MR PUMPER FITZ AMD "CORRESPONDENT." TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

MR PUMPER FITZ. AND " CORRE SPONDENT."   TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- The vulgar persistence of "Cor- respondent " in the matter of Fitz's re- ported removal provokes the query,   " Who is this cowardly. ' Correspondent ' and how came he to be possessed of ' departmental authority?' " The re-     moval or remaining of Mr Pumper Fitz is a matter of but little importance to your readers ; but I may now say, with your permission, that I have Ministerial authority for stating that " Correspon- dent's " departmental authority is about on a par with other information he im-   parts to the public occasionally in the months of August--- not, reliable.--- Yours, &c., WAX.    

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BETHANGA CHURCH DIFFICULTY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

BETHANGA CHURCH DIFFI- CULTY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- In your last issue appears a letter from "A Wesleyan " on the above sub- ject," but the writer shows an astonishing amount of " know-nothing-about.it." He says the building is their own, and leads us to believe we were there simply by favor, or by sufferance, and other de- nominations might have given a little. Well, so they did, and by an agreement they became junior partner's in the building, and, as such, have a right to   its use. There was no particular favor in the matter simply a business arrange- ment. Hence the action of the junior partner now. He simply wants to know by what right the senior is going to kick the junior out? But perhaps they are going to buy us out. We will wait and   see on the 11th instant, when we hope to see our friend "A Wesleyan."-Yours,   &c., BETHANGA.  

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COUNCILLORS PLAYING THE FRUANT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

COUNCILLORS PLAYING THE TRUANT.   THE EDITORS OF THE SENTINEL.   SIR,--- Affairs in the Wodonga Shire Council are in a fine pickle just now, and no mistake. Between the two factions, everything is at sixes and sevens, and no one exactly knows what's the matter. But if the two parties are at sea, whether they be rowing in opposite directions at the same time, or in imminent danger of being rent in twain from top to bottom, the sooner the situation is grasped the better. No one appears to be gilted with the power of reconciling the factions to a common course of action--- in fact, nobody attempts it. The object which has prompted me to take up the pen is to write a few lines about the extraordinary conduct of the Ferrier-cum Parnaby party, how in the minority in the shire, in ab- senting themselves from the council   meetings. Because these two councillors are always outvoted, they seem to have lost heart altogether, and either keep away from the...

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