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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

-ei- 4E WODONGA TORES. W. D. HeGEQCH, , u?_ siROCER, R DISPER, CLOTHIER, OUTFITTER, AND GENERAL .STOREKEEPER." Irorn noigry, Crockery, Gasswari eSt i1 oeiy, Tacy Goods, SBoots, and hoess &cy. TAZIEJES' REQTJISITES A SPECIAJLIT7 usMae ,t , PttoOerns"iit Great Yarie y. , Fu ) rndlad rent turret Ahi I c bri not f ori in tdown T " orpedI boats Wld m?ir(urs,' ! liy myself I stand orfall.; ;; " ,i " i SIAr:e no < aol well ach tpted" ,'i . :' "?A:, foid l asuredv h thit ca g ' ', y el ? ?g T".. . ,,- ' alo ,i ugrc ta loglsl gAhtors. .Satisfaction good to all. ý S 1`:3uta~ln3 ngi,.."I wfas the that to lead the is van ý !TO Ia I tUho hus 1". m att dndoer i ad rsiniuI 've hold till) a ,; Inu tio (i e, isinw hid ie labors.t 1;7'' .11- lý. As dienliush stars in t ol in n .,.,! i NWu.ll, h:I o thought tho ittur a or, -:Frmr'cai bch uli ther carts ,. Oidiuii CT And cos aotisanhios t i.,d to oatitFetibctio iu )O' cuines, "i a 'tn" .I can'a;oiglbo a cui ,driop in and buy He'll 1o...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA CUSTOMS DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

;VODONGA CUsTOMN ,DU2 '. Several Wodinga deputations' to Ministers took place last week, the pro. coedings being public, and tUs gentlemen' present having been introduced by mlono burs of Parliancitit. In addition t tthese, ev'rail local geintlemeln, when in town, has strictly private. Conversations with leacu g pullieoen uponthlo tatiffquestion, no '", peculiar oA1tion of Wodonga Sbordere' ta' free-tradu colony. Th;e "'r?n? having got the wrong end of what was a strictly .coifiametial and imlnroumptu conversation.with a n member of the Government, has stated, phat com laints were omade against the local Customs oflicials of want of vigilance. We are informed that:wlile such questions as a cordon, the existenco.or non-existenice of smuggling, &c., on the byrder, were discussed on mois than one occasion, that no comnplainta were made of the Customs oflico, rs and indeed that hardly any reference to them occirred at all. We understand that the local gentlemen who lately visite...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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AUSTRALIAN LAY. TUNE.—"Watch on the Rhine." [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

AUSTRALIAN LAY. -4--- TUNE.-" Watch on the Rhino." What harmony wakes round the shore! Its magic power swells more and moreo; The crested breakers leap with glee This is the anthem of the sea "Australia, rise I thy flag unfurled, Proclaim thy freedom to the world." Storm echoes low in rocky crypts, Storm shakes the tow'ring ,eucalypts; zEolian harps are heard I wcon. And voices In their evergreen " Australia, rise I thy flag unfurled, l'roclaim thy freedom to the world." With signal note the cataract "Thy might will treble if thou act. To be tlyself-thyself, indeed, Throw thy whole self into the deed. Australia, rise I thy flag unfurled, Proclaim thy freedom to the world." On boundless plain rapt gaze all eyes A wondrous mirage spans the skies: A goddess beauteous, with her train Of sisters o'er the mighty main. Australia, with her flag unfurled, Proclaims her freedom to the world. Nor King nor Cresar here shall reign No titled lordling will we deign. Firm, man to man, on sacrel gro...

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WODONGASHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 29th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

IVODONGASIHIRE CO UNCIL. -----+--- TUESDAY, 29th SEPTEMBER. Present--Or N. P. Newnan (presi dent), Dibloy, Street, and Badlbrick. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous mooeeting were read and contirned. CORRESPONDENUE. From the Department of Lands,. re travelling shelp trespassing on Crown hinds in the vicinity of WVdonga, and informing the council that, in view of the provisions of section 128 of the'Land Act, 1884, it would be almost impossible to prove trespassing in the case stated. Received. From the head teacher Baranduda State .School, reportinig to the health ofticer that an outbreak of measles had occurred in the family of iMr Joseph Horsfall, a farmer living on' the Wo donga and Kiowa road.-Received. Fromn the Central Board of Health, forwarding telegram relative to same case.--Received. Froms the Wangaratta Hospital, asking for a donation.-No action. Fromn the Crown Law Department, stating that a writ of dedimuas potestate?e had boon forwarded for the purpose of swearing i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

_. . D .l A JelND\"U ' L ormcrly C.tosul'i,i; lcdMlie.d I h*i,.cr to the lienidio Ilospittld), -NAN be consulieI d'ily; at his residence, ,C High itret, Vo'Pooa.o __ broi Vaccination Notice. and . -- ,t la. LANDVOIGT, M.D., "ol1 ('OVERNMEN.P' VACCINATI'OR, plai ? L VACCINATE lvery TrU.?. ait I)AY, froute 10 a.1l. till 12 noon, at ayas rstesi ,ia . tih sct, W lodnga. if i wil "DR KIENEDY, t's L...C.SRI. , ILLQ.C.,.1., ' \'Y be b cn sulted at Iis residence, .V_ S rT STE'I'E IISTRET, AlIUILR: his1 USIC I MUSIC 1 MUSIC! I! la'pI ofessor L. Iverson (Of the \ ienna Conservatoireu of .Music), slisits . ODONGA.o We\icdnesdiaya aind Saturldays. nC Addlrea--Alloa's Ter'inus I[otel.. SA N K OF VICTO RIA. . WODONGA I1IRANCII. s th - p'ITAL... ... ... ... £1,000,000 Fact ilRVE' FUND ... ... £125,000 It osrits received, bills discounted, and all you got lking busilles transacted. One of . I). MACKAY, Manager. Same wid ,_ c;lly at her, go out. " 0 now, mines?" Mins G. (plat oJf ' you; nothing what...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

Auotion Announoements. DOUGHARTY, SON, & PARKER, STOOK AND STATION AGENTS, 26 Market Buildings, Collins Street West, Melbourne, H OLD SALES of FAT and STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, and HORSES, in their Yards, at WODONGA, every Fort night during 1885, as under: Monday, 5th October Monday, 19th October Monday, 2nd November Monday, 16th November Monday, 30th November Monday, 7th December Monday, 21st December. D., S., and P. also hold Sale of Horses at \Vodonga every quarter. The nuxt will le held on Friday, 2nd October. N.II.-l'arties sending to these sales will please advise early, that they lmay be advertised. Corre. spondeace addressed to us, at Wodongoa or Melbourne, will have every attention. 1000 Store Bullocks. At WODONGA, On MONDAY, 12th OCTOBER. PECK, HUDSON & RAYNOR H AVE received instructions from thie breeder to SELL by PUIBLIC AUC. TION, at Messrs Richard Gibson and Co.'s yards, \odonga, on Monday, the 12th of October, at two p.m., immediately after the arrival of ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA AND THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

WODONGA AND THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONER'S   The following letter has been forwarded to the Railway Commissioners:--- " Wodonga, 29th September, 1885. Gentlemen, --- On behalf of the deputation of residents of Wodonga who waited upon the Railway Commissionors last Friday, I am directed to lay before the Board a statement of Wodonga grievances, with a respectful request that they may meet with early redress:--- " (1). For years before any line of railway had been con- structed between Sydney and Albury, the North-Eastern line, from Melbourne to Wodonga, was in existence. On the strength of the position of this town as the Victorian terminus, land was bought at high rates, and buildings erected, and, for a long period, a prosperous business done by local traders. (2). Upon the con- struction of the Sydney to Albury line of railway, it was anticipated that the con- necting. link between the two systems would be used simply for the junction of the through trains, and that our p...

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CHARGE OF SMUGGLING CIGARS. FINE OF £100 INFLICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

CHARGE OF SMUGGLING CIGARS FINE OF £100 INFLICTED Fung Chong, an e lderly Chinaman, was charged at the City Court on Tuesday with attempting to evade payment of duty on about 3500 cigars, which he was caught smuggling ashore from the steamer Timor on the morning of the 25th inst. Mr Best appeared on behalf of the Commissioner of Customs to prosecute, and Mr Daly for the defence. The evidence was that at about one o'clock in the morning, Mr Nicholls, a Customs offier, being on duty on the wharf, saw the accused and another man come ashore from the vessel, one of them having three and the other four boxes of Manilla cigars, which they carried concealed, and were taking towards a waggonette wheen they were stopped. Prisoner's companion bolted on seeing him seized and detained. The value of the cigars without the duty. which was £12 12s, was £7 10s, the weight of the seven boxes being 42 lb. James M'Farlane, principal landing surveyor, produced the necessary authority from the Commissio...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

Hereafter, in France, when a number of stamps are to be affixed to a letter, they   must not be placed together, but with space between them. The reason is that if a considerable portion of the envelope ss covered with stamps it is easy for dis honest person to remove them, open the envelope under them, abstract the con   tents of the letter, and paste them on again. Many bank notes have been stolen in this way.      

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

GAZETTE NOTICES. The following notices appear in last week's Gazette :- Government auditors of shire accounts - Henry Dando, Wodonga shire; A. M. Morrison, Towongshire and Yakanndandahshire. Electoral registrar - S. Bartlett, Corryong, vice J. F. Griffin. Applications for licenses ap proved -- Chas. Wheeler, jun., 107 acres, Colac Colac; Alice E. Attree, 91 acres, Colac Colac; James Hayes, 100 acres, Towong; Alice E. Attree, 45 acres, Colac Colac; Thomas N. Bennetts, 30 acres, Wabba; Florence Z. Simpson, 127 acres, Nariel; William Pickering, 113 acres, Belvoir West; Reginald Barber, 201 acres, Towong; E. W. A. J. Manns, 118 acres, Wodonga.

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OUR TALLANGATTA CORRESPONDENT'S REPLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

OUR TALLANGATTA CORRESPON DENT'S REPLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. "Answer not a fool according to his folly, But answer him, lest he he wise in his own conceit." - Solomon. "Who made this man my master? That's   what I want to know!" - George Harris, " Uncle Tom's Cabin." "Write him down a Hass." Chas. Dickens. SIR, - I certainly admire the cool effrontery of "Murray Riding." Verily, a man's assurance is in inverse ratio to his intelligence. By what prescriptive right does he take me to task? I was not The Sentinel reporter at the last council   meeting. I wrote my usual weekly budget to that paper, and simply re corded facts, embellished in my own peculiar style. I claim the right as a correspondent, whose functions are not synonymnous with, those of a reporter, to write in any strain I think fit, whether gaily or sadly, gravely or nonsenisically, just as my fancy for the moment inspires. Councillor Stewart, as a councillor, is public property, and a ...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 3 October 1885

Wodonga & Towong Sentinel   "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!"       - MILTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1885. It is related of that fine old English knight, Sir ROGER DE COVERLEY, that when he first took possession of his ancestral home, he found at least half his house uninhabitable. In this room such a one had died, in that a ghost had been seen, and in either case the apartment was shut up. To get over the difficulty, the parson was called in and proper devotional exer cises were performed in order to exor cise the disembodied spirits. Then, and not till then, the knight was master of his own house. A somewhat similar case is the pleasant South Sea practice of tabu. In accordance with the desire of some god or priest, or in con sequence of a passing superstition, a road, or a house, or a field is tabooed. However necessary and useful these might be, they could not be utilised under risk of tremendous pains and penalties ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

Tallangatta Athletic Sports, 1888. A MEETING of persons interested is convened for Saturday, the 17th inst. in Tallangatta Court House, at Eight p.m. A. P. HENNESSY, Hon. Secretaory. Lost, or Stolen, L OST, or STOLEN, one bay COLT, 16 hands high, branded , oblique near shoulder; near hind foot white just above fetlouk. £4 reward on delivery at TnE SeBTrcIuL OrieO: £10 reward for Infor mation that will load to conviction, if stolen. RELIMINARY NOTICE. SPORTS! SPORTS!! AT Tom Fitzgerald's H?ALFWAY HOTEL, WODONOA, Oti NOVEMBIER. Progranmmo In future issue, Auction Announcements. WO()DONGA. MONDAY, 12th OCTOBER, At half-past twelve o'clock. BULLOOKS, BULLOCKS, DAIRY COWS. Dougharty, Son,. and Parker W ILL sell, at their yards, on Meonday, W 12th October, at the above hoor, 260 head of Victorian mountain-bred BULLOCKS, 3 to 5 yrs old, in fresh condition; sold in lots to suit buyers. " r . Also, 20 head prime fat BULLOCKS. and a few first-class DAIRY COWS. 1000 Store. Bullocks.. At WODONG...

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BETHANGA BRANCH A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

BETHANaA BjIANCII A.Mf.A. A i?o ting of the niombeRofa'fthe ab?veo was held in the hall on Monday evening, to recriveo dolegates' report of the annIUal conference of the A.M.A. at Day]osfodl. Tlhere wias a fair' attendrinc,'and thd vico president (MI Roivwly) occupied the chlair. The clainrLn opened the imootini by in troducing the del?galM," r J'T . &olhdrt, who exphlrined thtt it was nececssaryi t6 furniashl awritteion ruport of thelroceoodings, but he would also expllanin verbally any matters dealt with, and not mentioned in the roport, which would cover all miatter1 whioch might prove interonting to !the branch. The report was a very exhaustive one, and dealt with tihe revision ofjtli rules,, tl leiasing and Fiibutt questionis; Stato forests, the pirosluecting voto, iand various other ia:ttera of minug inteeast. The inow rle nl malting a uniform dbithl rate of £50. was Also 1:oad; and was received with. inlliinonso favor. Tlhis isiodn?t, coupled with the £20 already allo...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

LOCAL LAND BOARD. A local land board sat at Tallangatta on Tuesday, when the following applica tions were considered by Mr A M. Stewart, land-officer:-     APPLICATIONS UNDERv.19th SECTION, LAND ACT, 1869. Henry Klippel, 115a, adjoining his present holding, Berringama. Recom mended. John C, Klippel, 56a, west of his pro, sent holding, Berringama. Recom mendcd. William Prideaux, 200a, east of Bur- rowye homestead, Burrowye (re-hearing), Recommended, subject to amended sur- vey. Thomas E Tomlins, 235a, north of Ordish's' and Parry's. holdings,. Colac Colac. Recommended.   Lucy A. Greaves, 106a, south, of the late G. Greaves' holdings, Durchap 'Re=.   commended.         Charles Keat, 160a, north and east   of Peterson's holding, Dorchap. Re commended, subject to approved survey. Sarah C. Reid, 320a, west of John Reid's holdings, Dorchap. Recommended, John Stamp, 143a, on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

THE WODONGA STORES. SW. D. McGEOCH, GROCER, DRAPER, CLOTHIER., OUTFITTER, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. Ironmongery, Crockery, Glassware,. Stationery, Fancy Gdods, . SBoots and Shoes, &c. W C.G-RAZ. ERS' REQTISITES .:A. SPECIA.LT ITY . Suits Made to Order. Patterns ini Great Variety. Z " Ironclad, great turret ships, I care not for a store in town- Torpedo boats and mortars, By myself I stand or fall; Are no doubt well adapted And feel oassurd that I can give To achieve great legal slaughters, Satisfactioii good to all. But in Wodonga hilgh and dry, I wias the first to lenad the van Far off from warlike neoighbors, And bring the prices down, It behoves each one to do his bust And ever since ivo hold my own In the sphere in which he labors, As cheapest store in town. Well, I have thought the matter o'er, Farmers can back up their carts, z [ ."I And come to this conclusion- And load to satisfaction; Sn business, if a man acts right, Neighbors can drop in and buy, He'll never meet c...

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THE PARLOR CAR. No. VI. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

THE PARLOR CAR. No. VI. Mr R.-" I don'tseo why. As you say all is over betwooeen us." Miss G.-" Yes." After a pause: "I should suppose you would care enough for yuersedf to wish ime to look at the imatter from the right point of view." Mr R.-" I don't." Miss G. (becoming more and more uneasy as the noise of the approaching train grows loudor)-" I think you have been very quick with nme at times; quite as quick as I could havo boon with you last night." The noise is more distinctly heard. " I'm sure that if I could once see it as you do, no one would be more willing to do anything in their power to stone for their rashness. Of course I know that everything is over." Mr R.-" As to that, I have your word; and in view of the fact, peraLps this analysis of motive, of character, how over iuteresting oi general grounds, is a little " Miss G. (with sudden violence).-" Say it and take your revenge ! I have put myself at your foot, and you do right to trample on meo ! Oh, this is what womeon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

UDR LAiNDVOiGT (ForIcrly Consulti tg Mllicld Ollicer to the Belndigo lHospital), r if AN be conslted daily at his residence, SJ Iligh sHticct, Wodoosa. Vaccination Notice. F. LAN.VOi T, M.D., GOVERNMENT VACOINATOR, W ,1TILL VACtlINATE' every T11URS.* l ? DAY, fiot 10 an.m. till 12 noon, at h is residoiec..1 igh atrcet, Wodouga. DRI KBNNEDY, L:R.C.S.I,, L.R.Q.C.P.I.,. '/AY 'lie dcoisillted at his residence, 11 SWl I'RE STREET', Al'URY. M USIC IO MUSIC lI MUSIC Ill Professor L t:' Iverson (Of the \ n; , Conserya ,of lMusic),' Visits \WODUNGAun-\,i- \dhlldays and " Saturdans. . . Addros--Allon'iii 'eiiinoun Il[?tel. BANK OF VIOTOR IA. WODONOA BRANCIH: CAPITA?Ta: ?.: . ... . £000,o000 RESERVE FUND:r;..... - 125,000 Deposits receivel, li?,lls discounted, and all usual bahliidhbusiess tran0actod." D. iMACKAY, Manager. sPECIALLYIAPORm TD4BMUD dANES0rooEroAC MElBOUIRP e W E beg to bring under public notice the .REA-- ianalysis of the "OREAM OF_ IRiSU WHISKEY,', which we have obtaioced:fronm...

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MITTA MITTA MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

MIT'TA MITTA MINING MEMS. The last heavy rains have gladdened the hearts of the Mitta Mitta mining com- nunity, for their ditches are now running full, and the auriferous banks are fast melting away under the influence of the watery element, so that there is a bright prospect of good returns for the future. The Grand Junction Company, Mitta Mitta, are progressing with their head-race, and expect to have it on the ground in about three or four months. The Mammoth Company are erecting a   saw-mill plant to cut their own timber on the "spot." The Pioneer have had their timber for tail-race delivered. The timber was cut by William Rhodes, of Lockhart's Creek, about 25 miles from here.

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WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 2nd OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 10 October 1885

WODONGA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 2nd OCTOBER. (Before Messrs G. D. M'Cormick, P.M., and H. Street and W. L. Ferrier, J.P.) FOUND ON PREMISES. Thomas William Holton was charged, on remand, with having been found at night, without lawful excuse, upon the premises of Mr R.Shekleton, at Wodonga, on the 20th September. Robert Shekleton, clergyman of the Church of England, deposed that at about two o'clock on the morning in question Mrs Shekelton had occasion to go out to the kitchen. She returned, and told witness that a man was on the verandah. Witness informed the police. Assisted by his son, he took the man to the corner near the Bank of New South Wales. Prisoner (whom he identified as the man) then lay down, but soon after got up and went away. Prisoner attemp- ted to conceal his features. Accused had an overcoat (produced), a pair of shoes, and white socks. Asked him his name, and he said "Holton." Accused also said he had come from Albury, but would not tell where he lived. Defendant ...

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