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RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

AIl r4IYY A"ARANGEM\IENTS AT JIIODONQA.. ,:; :A'doputation ropresenting the residents of Wodoihga, accompanied by. Mr: Tuthill,, 1I:LiA:i,'and 'r: J. Forguson, -M.L.A., Swaited onthel Ministei of Railways at tile Treasury-buildings oi Tuesday with re feroifco to tie proposed alteration of the railwayj arrangusioents at Wodonga, and tho railway tariff to that place. Tile de putation asked that tie proposal to alter tlie railwaiy timeotablo so as to mako Al buiry;tho chmnuging station for passengers, insteadof Wodeigan should be abandoned.' C6iincillor Strdt,ins a forcible speech, also desired that the railway rates to Wodonga should be reduced so as to place the traders on the Vict6riiii side-of the border in a better position to complete with the busi neess men of Albsiry, isou at present ,el joyed the groat advantages resulting from low charges for thu6 carnage of goods on tlhe.iailway.'t According to the .iisting tariff,. goods wreo carried to Albuiy for £2 2s per ton less than: w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

A FE V small mobs of fat CATTLE will be taken into my paddocks this sea. eon at 6d per head per night. JON MORISON, Wodonga. N 0 T I. O E All GOATS found TRESPASSING on Dougharty, Son, and Parker's Paddooks after this date will be destroyed. PETER' P. WILSON. Wodonga, 19th February, 1886.. Notice. POISON laid in my slaughteryard pad dock. J. G, WIVIG. Wodonga, 10th March, 1886. Notice. G cOOD ACCOMMODATION for STOCK . .in 'ny paddocks at lungil, Upper Murray, at a moderate charge per week. Paddocks well watered, a creck running throu!gh,. AChIGNES CARING. 'Mountain View, 31st Marcnh. Wodonga Prospecting Asso c. tion. A SPECIAL general MEETING of shareholders will be hold at Alloen's Hotel, Wodonga, on Mondayo.venlng, 8th April, at eight o'clock,' Business -General. JAMES RYAN, ,ion. Secretary. LI ADIES' PRIVATE'h '0SCHOOL, WODONGA. ; MISS HELEN ,DAVI Will OPEN the above SOBOOL an MONDAY, 8th APRIL, At ten o'clock.I ,Terlns--S montlhly. A reduation will he made to. pupils where thore...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

Great Olearing Sale. S IN THE ASSIGNED ESTATE OF W. D. M'GEOCH, WOJDON A. C. B E? CE[RIC]? Haviiig Purchised the above Estate fronii tlhe i-rustecs at a large discount for cash, is enabled to. offer t tohe ladies and the inhabi tants of W odo ±ga and the surrounding clis ti'ictfthe h?lile of the WELL ASSORTED STOCK, At Prices :ieveibef6re known in the district, CONItsCTif 6 r- .-HOSIEi RY, . RIBBONS, LACES, CALICOES, LINEN, DIAPER, J)IIDESSES, PRILNTS, SATEENS, HOLLANDS, QUILTS, and BLANKETS, IVhich will be marked in red figures at less than wholesale prices. MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, OROCKERY, &C,. THE STOCK 18 BEING RE-MARKED DOWN TO SUCHII PRICES AS WILL COMMAND A QUICK AND READY SALE. ONE VISIT WILL PROYE THI-AT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS THERE ARE BARGAINS. 1:BARfAINS. BARGAINS. The Fittings, Horses and Carts will be For Sale. GRAND EXHIBITION OF AUTUMN AND WINTER NOVELTIES. EDMONDSON, PARKER, & CO. - ARE NOW MAKING' A GRAN.D DIS...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

"Awake ! Arise! Or be for ever fallen I" --.ILTOx. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1886. SPEAKING to US a few days ago, an Albury friend, and also a lead ing tradesman, inquired how it was that the border towns on the New -South Wales side pro gressed, while those across tile line were the revers 4 The query was a pertinent one, and likewise to the point. It is a long time since Victoria first commenced to enjoy the pleasure of contributing to the cost of maintain ing the border towns of New South Wales, and slhe does not appear to have sickened of it. The contrary is the case--she seems to like it. Yet, when the Hon. JAsIES SERVICE pro nmulgated his federation scheme, he was scouted by'dur neighbors across the border. And quite right, too. That is, as fa c as we are concerned. Our friends across the narrow stream have everything to gain, and nothing to lose, by holding themselves aloof. In past years, we have seen Victoria legislating for New South Wales; wlhy not now? As it is, Wodonga as a town...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN-   CIL. THURSDAY, MARCH 25. Present-The president, and Crs Mon- gan, Jessop, Robb, M1'Leod, Martin, and Ronan. The minutes of the provious meeting were read and confirmed. The report of the finance committee was read and adopted. The following accounts were passed for payment: Alfred Britton, L54 10s; Neil Suther- land, L1 6s 6d; Walter Jarvis, L22 10s James M'Namara, L7 2s 6; John Arundel, L25; Michael Ivers, L8 4s; John Cure, L14 5s; John M'Gee, L8 8s 3d; John Maddock, L9; Joseph Rickard, 10s; John M'Cullough, L18 18s; Michael Sutherland, L1; George Robson, L3; Robert Eveston, L1 7s; Wm Barns, 10s; John Moore, L3; J. Molyneux, L20; T. L. Hughes, L19 4s 7d; Hans Paulsen, Richard Warren,L4 19; Ryan and Tay- lor, L3 6s; T. J. Britten, L2 4s; David Flynn, L1 10s 9d; Treasurer of Victoria, L7 12s; John Phelan, L1 8s; David Lee, 10s; The report of the public works com-   mittee was read and adopted; the follow- ing tenders being accepted...

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THE PROSPECTING ASSOCIATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 April 1886

THE PROSPECTING ASSOCTATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- Of all the various local move- ments to benefit the town and district, I think the prospecting scheme is the best. Gold would give, a universal impetus to local business, and would greatly advance the value of property. The spot chosen   by the association is, it is generally agreed, a wise one ; and the Government have been liberal. Can we say as much for the well-to-do   inhabitants of the district? Have they given the movement, the support that they should have done ? I fear not. There is no little selfishness displayed by the people who, like the cuckoo, are willing to take advantage of the enter- prise of others, but are too penurious to grant any assistance. It is not too late. There are at least twenty or thirty gentle- men in the neighborhood who could ven- ture a £5-note each in the enterprise. There are few parts of Victoria where appearances are more favorable for an alluvial gol...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. NEW LICENSE APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

S*GiZETTE NOTTalsOE, . , Niw LtclE NI AIrnOVED N. Larunthina, 4500 t; nlitla Nitta. m APPLboATON~S i'on LnA'Sus AnPQVno Alt Fai 12a' OI "rDip, Wabbwn"t; Gob Rolsnon, :u310n ii lOp, M ullihudolingong; *In 'Tauus FitZg;orIal, * lli0 i r 2'2, 13omlltoiambo; llomry Souitht 20Sa 3r t 7p, Carnrngumnxngnnboo Patuiclj COumnoon 81n lr 17ip; lonthcxaMmbo ; oJohn Black OOii 2r 31p, Tlawenngxu.__________

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WODONGA ATHENÆUM. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

ITODONGAu ATIINA ULjJ. Atinootingof tio Atliheniuiiconenittec oni Welilosdl y, .prosoiut McTtrns Crooko, Mancky, iild l lyott, froll.tounders. woru roceivod for tih Atlihouoni .building. .Owing to tioe tondeir. rcceivd formerly 'ioing too high", sepliato ltomlrs wmro iln vitodl for tlh briokwork ,aini oxoiavatihg, carpelntoring nill illinbingl, labor and i niatorials, and painting,. with. the rusult tiat tlh loweot tUihdra recoived totallokd £50110 s As thli' coiitoo liw tivnly X£400 to woik.,pn, thel tlndors.'.weri rojoeted, :aldiilb was\cnloiided iib dill for toIdora ngaii,' oiii, fo.0di' .l i ock ipriW; odeii ' Inildiilg. At tlio nbti n:fiti" tih con11 inittoo will duniiitcily~ (hido .ivo tlir t.lu instituto is oB bebilit of .l iUk i. i?uI:

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

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ALBURY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

AidUIIY (lont OLy O w- COR-UiI' ONDENT.) . . ...s.d, y. The usual ".ailiut't of comnplilts is still prenvalunt s to tho weather. But, uas it appeaois rneessary to dnlipldiin on evory available 1lpportunity~-rwhethrei wyet;; or d L'Lry.-it.oolLis' to. sm an?exce,'.ellunt tliing that there is odsubjuct0 onajhich all2:daii growl. e -?)10 '1 1 , Of CoeLre, I muuILL.supply.-tho usual paragraflh with refer+ence to sanitary coln corps, if foi nb' othdr reason, to poilnt out one or two little defects that appear'to be lostsight oft by tlito aliriuists--not that they hlave no good reason to feeool alarmued, but that they v're iiililted to aisdirect theironei?gies. 'Now, i,:is ia k'nilsfifact that tlhor are in thlis celestial city houses built iiii ai laiiirinil tliit 'id natut could boiiforit ivitli the ideas ci 'as~ foith by' the act for! thelid Lh'egrvshti"~d of 'thli' public health l '! Ifi0 is ,ii ,aLIL or womanLli to kueej his or her .proLisoes clean if for ai seven foot yirdl tlheyo ay...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

._.. , ' ; .:' "i: - -s :r WODONGA. cB .. . 'BRMERGER H~aEvi;? ?,ic.l se~l .tlhe above Estate from the.firustees at a large discount for cash, is ienabled to" offer to .thi ladies and the inhabi tants of Wodonga and the surrounding dis tiict the whole of the ' . WELL ASSORTED STOCK, .At Prices, never before knowni in the, dis-trict, - :: ' 7. ,' ":':. :: oI sqNx-ca oT : :... ' RIBBONS, LACES ,; CA ICOES, . LINEKN , PRISSE , . STEENS,. HOLLANDS, QUILTS, and BLANKETS, Which *ill be" araked in red figures at less than wholesale prices. MEN'S AND 'BOY'S CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, IRONMIVONGERY, CROCKERY, &.C. THE STOCK IS BEING RE-MARKED DOWN TO SUCo? PRICES AS. WILL COMMAND A QUICK AND READY SALE. .': : ' ONE. VISIT WILL PROVE THAT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS TIHERE. ARE SBGi~tAINS. BARIAINS. BARGAINS. T1ie.Eittin gs,..Ior.ses. and GarLtswill be For Sale. . . - GRANrD .EXHIBITION OF, AUTUMN AND WINTER NOVELTIES. EDMONDSON, PARKER, & CO. ARE NOW MAKING A G- A. -D. 3 DI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

GE O. LEIGHT ON BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Wodonga and surrounding district, and also Iias old frionds of Bothanga, Granya, Sandy Creek,.and Mitta Mitts, that he is now carrying on business oppolsite tlhe Post-offlice, Wodonga, as FAMILY GROCER, DRAPER, IRONMONGER; and GALVANISED IRON and WIRE, ME RHANT. 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 READY-MADE CLOTHING TO BE. SACRIFICED, being the baliince of the stook of theolato A. Fullartonand Co. GENT'S CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. LARGE STOCK OF PATTERNS TO CHOOSE FROLM. LARGE STOCK OF NEW SEASON'S PRINTS FROM 3s Gd A DOZEN;YARDS. BUYERS OF ALL LOCAL PRODUCE, Hides and Skins of all Descriptions, at HIGHEST MARKET VALUE. AGENT for LIGIIT'BOUND'S. SAW" MILLS, GEORGE'S CREEK. ·CI-----------~~~~~-~...,L, --- -._~... .J(·.:):~ __: 1!1).·~!l .·l STANLEY AND 7MUIR, Wodonga, Albury, N.S.W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

,? AN'TED, ia smart .BOY, as inoren i ticy to the cotaeh-ailithii ngbusiness. Apply tI!hii 'Br'(s., Sb-''y' stheet, W\ W ANTED, agood, careful DRIVER, ono' lio uinderl tiills thll kei0;inI,' i-f3 horseM; middleaged man preferred . T H. Edwards, cab proprictor, AVolohga : : ' A FE V small:lnobs of fat CATTLI will lbe taken into miy liaddocks' this ea son at Gd per iead Ir ighlt. J; O H' MON' MU0 ISON, Wodouga. All COATS found TRESPASSING on Donugharty, Son,'and Prker Prkr 'addocks after this datu will be destroyed. . , ; ,PETEI P. 'ILSON. SWodl ga, ll~)1hi ebruary, 1881i.; Notice. OISON laid in ity slaughteryard pad Sdock. . ! . J. G. WIGO. . Wodonga, 10th.March, .1886. Notico. ' : G OOD ACCOMMODATION for STOCK F in imy paddocks at llngil, Upper Murray, at. 1a iloderate clarge per wceek 'alddocks awell. watered, a ereek running: tlirouglh. AGNES GARING: hMountain View, 31st March. ADIES' PRIVATE SCHOOL, S 11. N"'ODONGA; . MISS HELEN DAVIE Will 'OPEN the' above SCHOOL on S :MON DAY, 5...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, fito? STREET, W ODONGA, Wholesale and Retail BU T C IH E ''R. The oldcst-cstablishcd' Butchery in Wodonga. Al MEATS of BEST QUALITY Ali nys on hand.: Small Goods of overy doecription. H HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED.' "NENERAL BLACKSMITH AND . FARRIER, Elgin street (near railway crossing), Wododgn. J. LAMBOURN Begs to thank his numerous customers for past favors, and hopes to still merit a continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. HORSESHOEING A SPECIALITY. Why? Because they are shod according to art and suitable to nat tro. MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND Farrier, BEGS to return thanks to his customers . for the liberal patronage they have bostowed on him, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a con tinuance. Address-Hume street, near Railway Goods Sheds. Wodouiga. JAMES GRANT, FARRIER AND GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA. A LL KINDS of TURNING done on the premlnises, and repairs effected in a workmanlike style. GENERAL BLACKSMITH, M. E. CLUNE B EGS to ...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" MILTON. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

"Awako! Ariseu Or bo' for erer falleii!" --MI.To.vT . : FRIJYDA, APRIL 19, isa. Tir:e dispute that has arisen between the respective merits of our local station and those of Albury has rc coived additional justification by re cent proceedings, and proves precisely that the card played by the New South -Wales department was to en dcavor'to untke that of our own show its hand; and it has succeeded..ih a sense. Victoriani Ministers never feel happy save when they are eating hunmble pie, and they could have a big repast' if they could witness the per formance at "tthe Intercolonial Chantg ing Station." It is something similar to a useless shell falling in the water -there is ia " big splash," hut: the eflect is nil-since the time is taken up, and the carly refreshments are twice is acceptable. The failure; of the system progno:iticatcd ivill, ii a few months, make it an accepted fact. This is from personal observation; Property-holders on the New South \Wales side have used their best e...

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ALBURY CIRCUIT COURT. TUESDAY, 6th, APRIL. (Before Mr Justice Faucett and a Jury of Twelve). INFANTICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

ALBURY CIRCUIT COURT. TUESDAY, 6th, APRIL. (Before Mr Justice Fawcett and a Jury  of Twelve).   INFANTICIDE. Ellen Jordon was charged with the wil- ful murder of a female child. The Crown Prosecutor appeared for the Crown, and Mr Fleming watched the case for the prisoner, at the request of His Honor. The evidence was- Sergeant Brown, who deposed-From information received, went to Mrs Law- son's, in Smollett street, on 1st March. It is a lodging house. On arriving, I went down the back yard, and saw a boot trunk of a yellow color. There was a bad smell coming from the box. I tried to open it, but found it was locked. I then broke it open, and found the dead body of a child. It was rolled in a dress, and on the top of some other clothes. I unwrapped the dress, and looked at the body. It was decomposed. The tongue was protruding, and the body also had a bandage around the neck-a piece of calico. I didn't in- terfere with the bandage. Left a party in charge of the box. Comi...

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THE WODONGA PROSPECTING ASSOCIATION. OFFICIAL STARTING OF THE BORE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

THE WODONGA PROSPECTING     ASSOCIATION.       OFFICIAL STARTING OF' THE B O R E .           At the invitation of the directors in the Wodonga Prospecting Association, about 250 persons, interested in the proceedings, assembled on Saturday afternoon, in Mrs Crook's paddock, on the Bonegilla road, to witness the celebration of the com- mencement of operations by the associa- tion. Along the line of route, every description of vehicle, from the stylish buggy to the less pretending spring-cart, was to be seen, driven by paterfamilins in the direction of the festive spot. The efforts of the directors to give becoming eclat to the proceedings were spiritedly seconded by a number of ladies, who organising a committee of their own worked as only ladies can work, and the outcome, of the exertions of the fair ones was, that a splendid al fresco luncheon, which, in...

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THE LAMPLIGHTER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

THE LAMPLIGHTER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SEN'TINEL. SIR, --- Speaking of the street lamps, I believe there are one or two persons who are trying to find fault with the       present lamplighter. As the old saying   goes, '' He is a good man that will please everybody. " Some of these lamps are from 6 to 8 chains apart, so that people cannot expect the street, to be full of light. During the past fortnight I have   inspected the lamps, which I have always found to be clean. They have been lighted regularly, and I also found the kerosene to be of the best description. The burners, however, were of the worst   character. They are old-fashioned con- trivances, good enough, perhaps, forty years ago, but decidedly behind the times now, I have been looking at the railway lamp, and I find that,with half the oil, they give a better light than the council lamps, because the burners and the lamps are better. Therefore, ...

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UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

UPPER MURRAY ECHOES.     (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Since the season of the racing festival has passed, this locality has resumed its   quiet appearance, and in consequence of   the unusual extent of warm and dry weather, everything is languishing. The appearance of the dried up country, and the gradual disappearance of all herbage, have a very discouraging effect. At this time of the year farmers used to be busy ploughing and preparing for cropping,   but there is at present no sign --- in fact, the country looks the most wretched that has been experienced for years past. The usual abundant water supply is failing in many places, and the Corryong people have to economise in the use of this neces- sary commodity to a very painful extent. This most flourishing town, which is ex- pected to be in future the great metro- polis of this large and favored district, has been most unfortunately selected with regard to the na...

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A NICE FIX. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 9 April 1886

A NICE FIX. There was joy in a certain town in the top end of Queensland a few days ago, for it was noised abroad that a new medico   who had never tasted anything stronger than his mother's milk, and was a model of morality, had arrived and opened busi-   ness. During the previous 12 months three other sons of Aesculapius had tackled this particular town, and retired with   snakes in their boots to Woogaroo or some other asylum of rest, and, conse- quently the people now rejoiced with an exceeding great joy at having a doctor in   their midst at last, who would not require   to be chased through the bush and lassoed and sobered up every time his profes- sional aid was wanted. A sense of security that had not been felt for years before settled down on the people that night as they retired to rest, and they were sleeping the sleep of a Government member when a stonewall Oppositionis? is spouting at 4 a.m., when suddenly...

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