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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 2nd FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 February 1886

TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 2nd FEBRUARY.     Present-Crs. Paton (president) Lar-   sen, Dobinson, Scalett, Carkeek, Robin-     son, and Stewart.   MINUTES     The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.       From the Treasury, announcing that, :;though;it;~wan.s. ot.now.eý cmpulagury._uJn municipalities to furnish the annual state mcents refeired to in soctiblcs.3;Sand 352 of the Local Goerinmuont Act, yet i?v'was poses,, thatthey should be renderted as ustial. 1it. was therefo?e askled .tliai.tlio transmission of the required statements should br; made as soon: as pissible, for which the requisite forms were forwarded. -lleccived . : -' .: Front lhe same, forwarding'tlhreo forms upon wlhicih to pipare'the"o'"detailed ac count of all moneysy actually received,". roiuired by the second clause of section 3 ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OVENS ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

THl :E UVENo ELhECTION, TO TII EDlTOI?, OF? Thi SENTINEL. Sut,-hn your report of the speech delivered by Mr Joseph Ferguson in Wodongs during his cianditlaturd for the Ovens last month, you remarked that that gentleman sliid, "Noonobut ia Beeulhworth main was in favor' of thue Ioeehwortlh to Yackautldndah lino, and hoe (Mr F?rguson) wasi ni at. Boochworth l i an" Both the O. and lr. .ldreartser and the Albau', Jranmer givo precisely the same words. ,fudgu, thou, of my surprise on reading Mlr lerguson's advortisinmois in the Bi?oolworthl papors, denying thati, h said anythion of the kind.: . Now, ,Mr Fer guson eithlr used the .words ittrrihutud to hhni by the throu respectable journals mentioned or ho did not. [f he is op posed to the construction of the lino in question - oand, ' is Parliament has schoduled the lino, it matters little whothor ho is or in unt--wo who fool that that rail way should be madio lhave po0r foot right to know it: Ifhoe does, oil the other haind, approve of ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ALBURY MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

ALBURY MUNICiVPAL ,LEC'L'IOUE. On Saturday the election of throo aldor men for the Borough Council of Albury wao theld, and roanlltd in one of the hardlust. tights thai has yet atnteidod those local eveints. Thel conltast was associated with one, if not two, burning questions, and it was no secrot that each sido would strive to thl 'utorilost tLo return can didates whoseo iows woro dirootly non way or the other. Time retiring aldermon were Mosara Scaulan, Gulson, imand Ed nmondoon. Mir Gulson did not- aook ro eluotion, and Mr Edmondaon Withdraow in favor of his Into, colleague. The othor candidates wore iMeasrs J.. .JM'Domild T, I-. Griffith, .T. \Vilkinsou, T. H. Matd, andl W. B. W\ils~n. Messrs. Scanlan, Griffllth, MI'Donsd, asd \\'ilson ; had nuomoulodicd tlmhinaJli'6o he opposed t4 tihe Pint Re sno'v?, hoi;ig chino?ni is ni sits for .| . , Itho propoc,?:oai;tlo yards; whilte IhestsH Matd.and Wilkinson were very Itron,g ii, th'ir advocacy for thesit boing so utiliu:l., The - gee ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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LABORERS' COTTAGES QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

LABORERS' COTTAGES QUESTION,. TO T . I? DITOIR OF. THIE SENTINET,. Sm,-}Has the true keynote at lIst laun struck for the solution and aunoliola tion of Ireland's wrongs by the member for Ipswichl 1 .bolieyvo it has. I believe it will help to remove inmny iof tho ditl culties that exist, and help to restore hope to the poor, hopele.s agricultural laborer. It is only the thin end of tlhe wddge, but it will give impetus to in dlust'y, anlld load to comfort, and laso to it hoalthier taon of fooling towards England and Englislmmno. Those who have soon (as I. have) md rodul of the condition of ihe poorer classes inI agricultuiral districts in IrelandI, and of the horrille injustice they have sn long . ufltured from-the elfbets of landlordismn-must rejoice that a stop has boon taken whirh, if carried out, will holp to cat tie Gordlia knot of Ireland's wrongs, land give stnio hope for the futlure and also enorgy for action. Give each a plot of laud, and the sunso of ownership trill cause th...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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COUNCILLORS PLAYING THE TRUANT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

COUNOILLORS PLAYING THE TRUANT. TO THE EDITORi oF Til: .SENTINiEL. Stn,-The abe and moderatu letter from thie pen of " Tears," which appearedl in your hast week's issue, concerning local muniiplal aflitirs, while feasible in someo details, is, I think, open to controversy in othera. In the first, place, as to the comparison, or rather the contrast, in Councillor Ferrier's position and that of the loader of tihe Na:tional party in Ireland, I submit there is no sinilitude whatever.' They are nt ii psarlhlel lines iat all. As ai lmatter of fiact, tire councillor in quostion ihas to sulnhit to the indignity of beisng "snubbed" in every possible wary at the table, Thus, lhe has only to bring for ward t motion, andl le il l and his hloacl n will be otrvoted, ino maittr Iow roIasoin ablo may lhe the idea hie moots, More over, there is no hopo of gnining strength. During my long residence here, I cani safely asly that I do not reimember ia single instaice. of oa public sslsea in Wo donga ch...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICES. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

hW0E?17'T AND PAY OillU,1.Ii. -----+---- WODONGA, ' Thu following accounts aro awaiting - nont:-Lonova Free Library, S. Jart J. Lalubour?, M. Lawson (2), J., utolhinsll (2), P. Dwyor, TlhOIntis New naln,J, WV, Fulford, J. K. lIarnutt. Liconssa Awaiting Dollvory,-J WV. Kilogo, 0. Mi'Farlano, Ddwthroll. Leasos Awaiting Do)ivory. - Ellen Mahtor, John -Innna, J. 1'. Lunohon.

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MR G. V. SMITH AT CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

.,Il G.( i. S?3IT'I AT JtILT.ERN. MAr 0. V. bMuith, aits of the catldidatc for btht rIepro?,utatOI of the Ovens at the ensutug ueluetiou, addresuld a public .lne?nllg ut !llljtulern Uoi Staturdlly evenlilg. Air bnthl sitld h colitlerJI that t the -diam.ond drill should htave beenL sent into tlns dtstrict somi taou l ago,. Theu iningi illteres, oil accounl lt It S llllportallce, was equially detrcsviug of protection with Ot her indiustries around which the State had thrown its fostering armt. Applicatiuols for a share of tihu Irospecting 'ote, and for the use of the diamond arill, huould .be considtred by a board consisting of thue heads of the Lands and Mining dep art neunts, and assistance should lbe given in aceordance with the mterits of the appli cations netdu. Legislation ill connection with irrigation wats mIost important, and in this cullauction he woulkt pprove of the euploytent of prisonets uant solditer in theu coltrluoun of woures four the .et?usorvaltiol tlnd distributio...

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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

TELEGRAPJL1OI DEL'SPAPTU£ '3. (aoRa OUR oJ.~0i CORI 1ODEa? In:.): MEILBIJMYU i , TE tr '10-DAY 1a oreT. SA'uuconfbrmnist minister, signing him self "B.A. Cantab," challeng?. Dr rDuir house to an arcgumln nt based on the ground of his : Lordship's offer to Archdeacosc Slattery. SMr Berry's complimenteary farewe]l soiree at OGeolong has been fixed for the 19th instant. Six cases of typhoid fever were re portod 'to-day. His Excelloecy interviewedM r Servico to-day, and it is expocted that the formal resignation of the Ministry will takel .place on l'uesdayhj noext. SA lonldonl cabligran states that great undasiness prevails at homu as to the outcome of the rits in London. A hun lhdred policomen laveo buon stationed at the Eleplhant mlld Castle Tavern, South wark, swhere large groups. of ro'ghlls have congrogated.

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SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

One miri lin winer tha in pas,a m ' - l." "'? ?f?erin g frinal ,Id limb Fuul hs l'terl. hue.. Not by ulrprisu that chango was wrought, A ? mirored in tllhy wl'llI Th, h al that thL y lttuiiiis nught 'hiinu fLrom thy heart, .J wau.i Thy Jtvart 'erfilowe. with nymlpathy, Jhy fmtulres bIur its mruic, 1An angeC L'ai1ll lnut luvelher bu In hetr celestial grac-. .Thine eye with soft refulgence beamed A sisuer st;ar--i tuear, W'iih yet moe.u hallowed luatro'gleamned Tl.a a ?blrs in Ilissful sphere. Where laiigmiuage fails to hold heI own- What we buiu teel--blu lute yi' lii?ute nti qtlicering lips alone r'ull clearly uid revald. And mu thy brow, as lilies pale, Uahnu lltpu dil sa?eetly lover, llad'st thuu a glimpae itut thiJ \'alo Oi Life, when lite in over I Althlouhl in winter's dreariness it'lo lncacia io'ue thee spread, A'spritng ii utteur loveliness Its gi.'ly round thee shed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

:Spring and Su:imCer Drapery for 1885.. T MATEAND ) CO. ARE NOW EXIIIBIT[3G THE 'ERT LATEST TESIONS ANL 'k'XTUES IN D.RESS FLS'EBRIOS, 1VEILLIT3NE ý , FA "C'" IlACERS, ELO'W"EAT'E :S, .I'EATE~IERS, ORNAMIE NTS, .A1TWD TRIMMININ G-S _Parasols, G-loves, Underclothing, Corsets, IHosicry. BOOTS AN.D ISIOES BY THE BES.T MAKERS. B:MEN'S, YOUTHSW AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND MERCERY. .:5 Parcels of Drapery Dclivered Free ilb +Wodonga at Melbourne Prices 'WE HlOLD LARlGE STOCKS OF GENElth V MIERCHANDISE T.N EBON +AND DUTY .PAID TO SELECT FROM. BUYERS OF WLL G'OLSSES LLIEREALLY DEALT WI?'h. CUSTOMS' .ENTIIES PASSED FREE FOR ALL CUSTOMERS. T. 'H. H. MAIT AND CO. IMPORTERS AND GENERAL .MERCHANTS, AL'B U'LE TY ED'MONDSON, PARKER; & CO. ARE OFFERING G-REAT BAR G-hAINS IN All Departments, PRIOR TO STO CK TAKING. AN "I IV IVM E : "4 SE C Q TANTITY OF REMNANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Dresses,, Laces, Ribbons, Calicoes, &c. .1?s!hilienil lot of Tr'linmmed ats sand Bonnots, Corsets, Underclot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

JOHN G. WIG-G, 11oG1 STuere, \WonIosC., WVliolesale and Retail S" U T 'C It E I. The' oldest-establishled Butchery in A\odoigu. Al MEATS': f BEST QUA\LiTY SAlways on hand. - Small ?lood. of every description. •11IDES id' g SKINS 'URCIIASIE)D. International Family Hotel, VICTORIA STREET, MELBOURNE, (Close to Cab ?Iud 'Bies route). ALEXA ) DER I GALLETLY (Lite ofr Vono?So.), BEGS to informn his Friends nid: tlhe SPublic that'le hais takeli the above hotel (late Ilenninghlan's) where 1ur'ders ato.l Visitors will find the attention; paid. them of ra comfortable honme.' 11011G CLASS WINES, SPIRIIS,.: SALES, &e: Terms Reasonable. Bathrooems, telephone, and veryeonvenicunec iENERAL BLACKSBMITiH A lND G * FARRIER, - Elgin street(near railway crossing)i, Wododgai. J. LAMBOUR.N hoegs to thank his .iumnerous customers for past favors, iand hopes to still, merit a eonltinuallCU. SAGRICULTUIRAL I.MIPLEMENTS REPAIRED. I[OISIS ES0EING A SPECIALITY. . Why? Because they are shlod according t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

DEATH.   BILLSON. - On the 9th February, at Beech- worth, George Billson, aged sixty-nine years.

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YACKANDANDAH. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

YACKANDANDAH.   Accounts Awaiting Payment: - W. Burns, F. P. Coundon, M. Connor, E. Elliot, J. Hanson, Corryong Athenæum, J. J. Hayes, J. H. Kent.

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APPLICATIONS FOR LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

APPLICATION FOR LEASES APPROVED. Under Section 20 of Land Act, 1869. John Hansard, Bruarong John Herbert, Yackandandah.

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GAZETTE NOTICES. APPLICATION FOR LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

GAZETTE NOTICES.         APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSES APPROVED.     Under Section 19 of Land Act, 1869. Sarah A. Bowran, 320a, Yackandandah     Ernest Dumbrell, 317, Bonegilla Wm. H. M'Farland, 97a, Cudgewa Sarah A. M'Farland, 107a, Cudgewa Henry Klippel, 115a, Berringama.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

I IP yua wmit it nio coal driik, niow Ltha the lhut is i tno in!tent u, f; ill itt. A ,L',e' T;',t:?';" Nu+ ][ort., I odunga. T'ht. propritatr in daily in receipt i a o supply of ic', and Ihopes' to sou leis old, antl Iainh nouw, friesilo.--[AtIvr. - A A F ,V smallt molbs of fat CA?,TLI' will r 'ilt b. taken into my' pauldock this sea;" mod at 01 per lheod per" night. Jt lHJ N MIOlRRiON. W\odonaa. "?OI. SALE;, i light WAGGON, It tor . builvks- cad el'r4ce, in rt-nulat~ order. Apply to. . H. C. AI'FATiLAINH. FB. OR SALE or to- LET on LEASE, that .. spelnldid 811IE betwe't M'Lean'o Store tial Custoam IlousIe, twi, 'frontag.s. one to Railway Gonods Shed, the other Maill sL'ret. Also, ialf-acre of hli 1I near Mrs 'uwecll'a Tlotul. For terms apply to tllhe owtlcr, \V. C. M1'FA1hANE. Athenmum, Woiodorga. TO IUILI)ERS. r??I DEIR S ir i?nvitedl by Lthe unit r . signea d till livu p.m. WV i;eelay, 17th Febralrry', for the EI sIC ClO of \ilAhosaoni loUildlig ill Hu?lne street. l'lans 11ld spu...

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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

TALLAI GATTA JOTTINGS. (Br KJNr.) Mr W. II. O. Sulenton, 1L.A., whio, during his short sojourn here, ndeanrod himself to a; large circle of friends through his courteous m?liners and fnssinating conversition,- took his departure during the wouk. .Mr Snmcaton will beo'greatly missed by his friends, who, however, have the pleasure of being assured that ho]Io has gone to aI soICto of operations where, not only socially, but finaicially, Ihis prospects will beo much improvod the editorship of the leading daily papor in W\\ster Australia. Vice Vale. 'l'alllangatta is certainly going ahead thlat is, if its progress can be judged by theu unuber of omineont persons who for the past few wooks may be reckoned Its beinig a:uougst its residents:-An il. B. ot Ch. B., et COi. Ml.; two L.L.B.'s; ai 31.A., and B.A.; two editors, and-tLhree Chinamon. Mr Goo. Wilkinson, theo indefatigable secretary of tile Tallaugatlgta Athelmtuoun, has boon busy during the woeek aottending to matters connected with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

TEC . to infouin the iniiahilmtdat f W~d\Vdngz mizdU rrmI linug distidi a alsT o his old friicnds of ie uths ng:, a r:mya , Seudy CStre;i, anzd Nlittza Mitta, that he is now c, anLrying omi hzsiniesso zpusitu the l'sst-oiliCU , W1'oIuiga, as .-,FAMILY GROCER, DRAPER,' IRONMONGER, and GALVANISED IRON. and WIRE MERCHANT. CHAF; .OATS, and PRODUCE STO-,E.; The TEAS supplied are Specially Selected, and the Whole of t' e Groceries ai'e.of the Best Well-known Brands. OiF Crockeryware of all Descriptions. LARGE STOCK OF READY-MADE CLOTHING TO .BE SACRIF."ICED, being the b.ahlnee of the stock of the late A. Fullartonl and Co. GENT'S CLOTIING 1[ADE TO ORDER. LARGE STOCK OF PATTERNS TO COO1100SE FROM. LARGE STOCK OF NEW SEASON'S PRINTS FROO3FI 3s ,Gd A I)OZEN YARDS. IBUYERS OF ALL LOCAL PRODUCE, Hides and Skins of all Descriptions, it IIGIIIIEST 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 thel end of Jan...

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] BEECHWORTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

[BY ELET?rItC TELP.?oPnII.1 BEEUI[WOITII, Thursday. The funredl of Mr G. B3illo-, M.L.A., was largely attended, the corty?e being over a tmile in length. From overy quarter of the Ovens, froln Wedouga to Harriot -villu, friouds of the late member assembled to pay the last tribute of respect to the onlory of the deceansed. The Inngis trates, the luembersr of the Beeohwortht United Shiro Council, and other bodies took part ihi the procession. At the grave, the service of the Church of Englandi was read by the Ror. Canon Acocks, of Albury.

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DEATH OF MR G. BILLSON, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 February 1886

DEATH OF MR G. BILLSON, M.P. Death has removed from the roll of the   living Mr Geo. Billson, M.L.A., for the Ovens, the sad event having taken place   at his residence, Beechworth, on Tuesday. The news of his demise, though not unex- pected, was received with deep regret by a wide circle of friends in this portion of the district. For months past, Mr Billson's health had been far from satis- factory, and on two occasions recently caused the gravest anxiety to his relatives and acquaintances. However, he lingered on, his constitution being naturally robust; but the ailment from which he suffered (heart disease) proved too much for him. Mr Billson was born in Leicestershire, England, in 1817. In May, 1842, he arrived in New Zealand, and remained there a year. The following year he spent in South America, and the next three in England. In 1848 he arrived at Adelaide, and left there in 1850 for the Californian goldfields. After two years' mining on the Pacific...

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