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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 May 1886

TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS . ( BY KANT ) A footrace, 100 yards, for a £1 a-side, took place on Wednesday between W. Pemberton, of' Tallangatta, and Leopold Kerr, butcher, of Bethanga. Pemberton   was the favorite in the betting, and   proved that confidence was not misplaced   by winning easily.           The Tallangatta footballers visit Mitta Mitta on Saturday to try conclusions with   the Mitta Mittaites. As a lot of new and superior blood has been infused to the Mitta team, the match is likely to be a close one, though "our boys" think it unlikely that their unbeaten record of last season will undergo a change. Tenders were to have been called for   the construction of the Tallangatta rail- way line early in April, a land officer was to be appointed at Tallangatta, and a re- ceiver and paymaster presented to Yack- andandah. Yet none of' these things have co...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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A WEIGHBRIDGE FOR WODONGA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 May 1886

A WEIGHBRIDGE FOR WODONGA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- I quite endorse the views of "Observer" in your last issue. But there is one feature of the question that seems to have escaped his notice that, if a weighbridge be erected in Wodonga, the saving to the Albury road will be im- mense, as all the chaff, &c., that now goes to Albury for trucking to Sydney and into the interior of New South Wales will be trucked at Wodonga. Will it not also add another hand to the station staff on this side ?--- Yours, &c., N.O.

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COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 May 1886

COMMERCIAL.   WODONGA. The following are the latest quota - tions-   Flour £10 10s. per ton. Wheat, 4s. 2d. per bushel. White oats, 3s. per bushel. Brown oats, 2s. 3d. per bushel. Cape barley, 3s. 6d. per bushel. English barley, 4s. per bushel. Bran, 1s. 2d. per bushel. Pollard, 1s. 3d per bushel. Chaff, £4 5s. to £5 per ton.   Hay, £5 per ton. Potatoes (Warrnambool), £5 per ton. Peas, 4s. 3d. per bushel. Maize, 4s. per bushel. Butter (fresh), 2s. per lb. Butter (potted), 1s. 6d. per lb.     Eggs, 1s. 6d. per dozen.           Barley, 3d. per lb. ALBURY Wheat, 4s. 1d. per bushel of 60 lb. Flour (fine), £10 per ton.     Pollard, 1s. 6d. per bushel. Bran, 1s. 6d. per bushel.   Maize, 4s. per bushel 56lb. Barley, 3s. 6d. per bushel 50lb. Oats (N.Z.), 3s. 3d. per bushel 40lb. Oats (colonial), 2s. 9d. to 3s. 6d. per bushel...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !" FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 21 May 1886

"Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen !" MILTON.   FRIDAY, MA Y 21, 1886.   IT is pitiful to hear sonme few imported people in this colony who are, by force of early training and deep-seated con viction, Liberals in politics and Loyal ists at heart, trying to recqincilo them selves -to the disloyal and cruel sentiments of certain politicians in the North of Ireland, who have recently threatened tp line the ditches from Belfast to the Boyne with iiflemen, and to kick the Crown of Great Britain into the river before-mentioned. We claim to be as loyal as it is fit that anybody should be, but no amount of loyalty entitles a man to deprive his fellow-subjects of their political rights, and it is merely their political rights for whichl Irishmen are struggling, with tihe assistance of the noblest Liberal of this nineteenth century, Mr GLADSTONE. VWe are not afraid of being misunderstood by ' any man whose opinion is wortlhy of a thought, in declarilng ourselves in...

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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

WODONGA ,IHIRE COUNOIL. A special meeting of this body was held on Tuesday, to make application to the Government to have a special grant for the Albury main road. There wore present--Or Newnan (president), Street, Ferrior, Biambrick, and Parnaby.' MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDEN CE. From Mlr F. H. Tuthill, ?.L.A., stating that the Minister of Publio Works, owing to his numerous other engage mints, could not see his way to visit Wodonga at presoent.-Received. From the same, under date 22nd lust., as follows:-" I reosivod yours of the 20th inst, and I yesterday saw the Minis ter and Secretary for Public Works. The Estimates are a secret until they are printed and circulated, but I got an as surance that the Public Works Estimates had not yet been finally framed, and that the Minister would not allow his consi. deration and recommendation of a grant. in-aid of the. main Wodonga and Albury road to suffer through his not being able to p...

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ALBURY FIRE BRIGADE DEMONSTRATION. THE SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

ALBURY FIRE BRIGADE DE MONSTRATION. THE SPORTS. On the Queen's Birthday sports were held in the Agricultural Show-grounds at Albury, under the auspices of the local fire brigade, which passed off with un qualified success in every way. As a caterer, for public amusement and recrea tion, .the Albury. Fire Brigade promises to lead the van, and it remained for its -nmembers to .drw up a programme pos. sessing suflicient merit to attract upwanlds of 2500-one of the largest concourses yet seeoon on the Agricultural Sluhv-grounds, with the exeoption of Show meetings. Fire brigade competitions lhavo for years back been very. popular in Victoria, and oven in many of the 'smaller towns con tests, at wilch fire brigades of the neigh boring tnwns appear, are almost yearly held. The adoption of this principle to Albury was .slow. t be simade, but it is very. gratifying to. be iii a .position to record, now tlmhat the stop has been taken and has boeeon attended with sch success, that fire brigad...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. GOLD MINING LEASES ADANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

GOLD 1II',o ILEAOEO AANDO5O.iED. Beechoworlh D]istrict.--lita Mlitta Drivisio?-..I.' ? Macartneu , Sa. 2r :30p,' MIitta bIi.ta River. ArrPLICATIONS FOR LEASES APPROVED. Thomas Devaney, 76(a 2r 29p, Yackan. dandahl Edward G..Thomas, 107a 3r 22p, Cud lno, Harris, 1lia r 2lI, Tatuamban James Ailken, 58a 3r 29p, Tallandoon. "lMarriage," says ,a cynic, "is like putting your hand into.a bag containing -inety-nine snakes and one eel. You aiitnysgo thie ol.but Ulchanoes are. hWhen ho cah'- home tlisyhoatoldhils wife h]o.had been out lsherrynading. S?ono women aro born with master hinida-that is to~say, with a milld-to be nasstor, if thledyci. a " Mark6t Report.-'' Tin plates are flat, load heivy, Iron dull, chanpagne is brisk, rhubarb and sonna, are drugs, starch is stilfoning, and papor is stationery. Thero is no life in dead hogs, but considerable animation in old cheesa." Nuothing is wholly bad. Even a dark lanterndhas its bright side,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, rn STanseT, Wooo0OA, Wholesale and Retail BU T C H E R. The oldest-established Butchery in Wodonga. Al MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Small Goods oo every description. s ,,~HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. G ENRAL BLACKSMITH AND FARRIER, Elgin street (near railway crossing), Wododga. J.,. LAMBOURN Begs to than l his numerous customers for past favors, and hopes to still merit a continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. RORSESHOEING A SPECIALITY. Why I ecause they are shod according to art and suitable to nat ire. MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND Farrier, BEGS to return thanks to his customers fdr the libend patronage they have bestowed on him, and hopes by strict attention to business to' merit a con tinuance. Addresa-Humo street, near Railwhray Goods Sheds. Wodong. JAMES, GRANT,' FPARRIER AND GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA. ALL KINDS of TURtNING done on the promines, and, repairs .effested in a workmanlike style. GENERAL BLACKSMITHR, KIEWA. M. E. CLUNE BEGS to...

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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

AUCTION SALES. Messrs Dougharty, Son, and Parker report having sold at Wodonga on 3osn day last:-300 bullocks, from Now South \Valos, to L5 10s; 40 bullocks and cows, for MrR . Kain, Wooragoo, to L8 10s; '20. do, do, for Mr John Black, Dodorang, L7 10s; 20 do, for Mir Ring, Gooramadda, at IA 13s; 20 do, for MLr 31'Gaflin, Wodonga, L3 8s; 10 do, for Mir W.' Hawley, Annandale, L11 2s (id; 50 do, for sun?lry, wners, to L7 10s. Thoro was a good attendance of buyors, consi doring the holidays, and everything sold satisfactorily. MesorsOlas. L. Griffith and Co. report. holding their usual fortnightly market on Wednesday last. Cattlo-450 yarded, twn-thirds of which consisted of useful beef, the balance stores. Owing to the' largo attendance of outside butcheors beoof sold .well; besoat polls cows (light weights) to L7; best bullocks, LD 10s. Prices on tho wholo were highly satisfactory to sellers, Fat calves-We sold to L3 5s. Slhoep-12,000 yarded. Best wethors in made to 8s 4d. Store sheep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

G * . "? ?? ? , , / , -..- ,.2 . , .. SBEGS to inform th inhabitants of Wodonga and surroundin district, and also his old frionds of Batlhanga, Granya, Sandy Creek, and Mitta Mitta, tlhai hila no carrying h' busincss oppoeitd the Post-ufiie6, Wodlnga, as. . FAMILY -C-G?OS; R, D D -I..,Ri }ITRONMONGER, and GALVANI'SED ;liEON:,1 and' WIRE MERCHANT.' , . . -CHAFF, OATS, and: PR lODUCE STORE. The TIE AS, suplied are Specially Selecte, and the Whole' of the Groceries are of:?the .Best .... 'vWell-known Brands. , S .Cockeryware of 'all Descri tions. ..LARGE STOCK OF READY-MADE 'LOTHINHG1TOj7BE SACRIFICED, binag the: baladico of the stock of the li ate. uFullh;rton'anid C& ... S' GENTS! OLOTHING M?!ADE TO? ORDER. ,r?~ -j LARGE -STOOK -OF rIATTERNS E.TO CHOOSE FROM: i LARE TOCK OF NEW' SEASON'S'PRINTS FROM` 3a Gd A DOZENiYARDS '' i I BUYERS OF ALL LOCAL PRODUCE,Hides anid Skins of all Deseri'tioni4 , HIGHEST MARKET VALU. A ? GENT for LIGHTBOUND'SSAW- MILLS, oGEORGsE'S EK i0r' t : '!...

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ALBURY AMATEUR RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

ALBURY AMATEUR RACE MEETING,. -4--t The following are the nominations for the unldormontionud events, to be run at the above mooting on the 3rd Juneo : PUDLIONS' PURSE. A. M'Donald's b h Coup d'Etat, agod A. M'Donald's b g Anwob, 4 yrs J. Cowan's blk g Larrikin,.0 yre , F. Roinoeke's br m Maryborough, yrs NV. Wyatt's bVg Sugar, y.yrs. W. Kennedy's ch n m Amber, aye s J. Murray's b g Harvester, 4 yrs John Shery's b g Hard Luok, 5 yrs, W. Cottoroll's br m Shylock, 3 yrs H. Hoystod' ell g Ariol, 5 yrs J. M'Donald's b g Kildaro, 5 yra J. M'Dunald's b in Letitia, aged E. Osborne's b in Bay Lotty, 6 yrs \W. Carkeek's br f Quail, 2 yrs W. Ringwood's oh g Fair King, . yrs T. Calvin's b g Escape, 4 yers T. Galvin's bg Shoofly, 4 yrs. J., Cox's b m Society, 4 yra, FAlWAVELL HArDIDAP' A. M'Donald's Coup d'Etat A. M'Donald's Anwob J. Cowan's Larrikin F. Wither's b im Maid of Australia, O yrs Reinecko's Maryborough W. Wyatt's Sugar W. Kennedy's Amber * 'J. Murray's Harvester IV. Cottoroll's Shyl...

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AN UNNATURAL MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

AN UjIVtATUIIAL MOTHIER. At the ,Wedounga Police Court on Friday-.MIessi'a \V. Huuit and 3V. L. .Perrier J;P., 'presiling-Ellenu Watson -uarrojrderalr to' lir bail aon a charge of :ialioidusly wouniding 'hr soil, dt Wo donga, 'on the 15thl instant. Soaiii-'cou tarble Artlhur iros?itcd; "' ! 'JohnuWatson, all iitclligent lad, eleven ,'ears of age, hderpos3d that it the dhifini quistiont afher returning from the bush, he weito'dowlii a- wall, into wlhich his Iat had fallen.:: 1His amother was return iir a'ini-nMni .Callinan's, aidl ivas the eiisb E?nefs' liri'ino .\Vhaeu slh:?erived at thie well, hisLitfithiir ?alled out; y'¶lthst arevou doing.l.hereo '1"iand tried to roll a auirisl da'i ihlhii bi \Villi?'Duirney ,prevented. lhri. Sli thUen .suized a piece f ,quarterinsg, i eadud'iito the. lixlo of -a trolly, sand cried ou, "You lirute," ,or sometlhing like that. The tiinboati truck witaess o the ;back of his hltid., Did noit ; e iher till' lie was down' the hldo, nor did hle hear hed...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 20th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

YACKANDANDAII SHIRE COUN-   CIL. THURSDAY, 20th MAY. Present - The president (Cr Quirk), and Crs Mongan, Jessop, Robb, M'Leod, and Ronan. From Thomas Abbott, Yackandandah, complaining that he had been delayed in his work on contract No. 3, Dederang road, on account of not receiving the plans and specifications for same till seven weeks after the contract was signed for. This, he stated, was owing to the negligence of the engineer. Cr Ronan stated that Mr Abbott had been delayed for some time through the action of the engineer. Abbott was a hard-working, industrious man, and the council should certainly take action in the matter. The oengineer explaincd that Abbott came to him at six o'clock one evening, and asked him for the plans and specifications for his contract. He (the engineer) told him that he had too much work to do to be able to attend to the matter, but next day the plans and specifications were ready, and had been lying on the table ever since. Mr J. Davie d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

The Wodonga Stores C. B. MERCER Takes this opportunity of thanking the publie of Wodonga and district for the very liberal p?atronage.l- h as-received, and -begs to;4in4i mate that he has bought for cash in Mel bourne A NEW STOCK, CONSISTING OF DRAPERY, suitable for the season, BOOTS and SHOES, GROCERIES, &c., Which he is prepared to sell at prices that should be very satisfactory to buyers. ONE TRIAL WILL PROVE: THAT THE PUBLIC.DO NOT REQUIRE TO PASS WODONGA TO MAKE THEIR PURCHASES. GRAND EXHIBITION; OF AUTUMN AND WINTER NOVELTIES. EDMONDSON, PARKER, & CO. ARE NOW MAKING A G-RAlND IDISPLA.Y OF THEIR. NEW SHIPMENTS OF NOVETIES, INOLUDING DRESSES. DRESSES. DRESSES. AN IMMENSE COLLECTION IN EVERY CONCEIV. BLE SHADE. MANTLES, JACKETS, ULSTERS. LATEST FASHIONS AND NEWEST DESIGNS. MILLINERY, FEATHERS, FLOWERS. HOSIERY, SGLOVES, IRIBBONS, COLLARETTES. Dr' s.Trimmings in PIBin and Failcy Puslies. VELVETS, SILKS, &C., &O. INSPECTION INVITED. PATTEPINS DY POST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

W IANTED, APPRENTICES to the dressmaking. Mies O'Loughlin, Hovell street, Wodonga. W ANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply Mrs Adams, Hill View,t Wodonga. W ANTED, SITUATION, as cook and laundress. Address M., Tue SEN* Trsm, Office, FOR SALE, 100 SHEEP (mixed), owes heavy in lamb, Wethers in good con ditlon. Three months credit given, if re quired. qure . C. MACFARLANE, Wodonga West. For Sale, Cheap, ! TWO Weatherboard COTTAGES, ad. joining each other, in a good situa" tion, in Wodonga-ouo -contaming two rooms,- the other. four-with a good well of water, and let to reospootablo 'tenants. For sale, together, cheap.' No reasonable offer refused, Apply to r FRANZ GOERDES, Wodouga, A FEW small mobs of fat CATTLE will be taken into my paddocks this sea son at Od per head per night. - SJOHN MORRISON, Wodlonga. Notice. O?N and after the let JUNE the 41b loaf . will be 7d., : S. MASON, Baker, ' Wodonga, N 0 T I-. C,; :E All GOATS .ournd TRESPASSING `on Dougharty, Son, and :Parker's Paddocks after...

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FIGHTING MEMBERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

FIGHTING MEMBERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- The outburst of temper on the part of my colleague, through the columns of the press, requires a word or two from me to the electors of the Ovens. I desire to assure the people of the Ovens that I am deeply sensible of the high honor they conferred upon me in electing me as one of their representatives. The interests of the constituency are and must be paramount. Personal interests must be sunk. I said so at the official declar- tion of the poll, and I then promised to act up to that principle. I have done so since my election, and will continue to do so as long as I have the honor to repre- sent the Ovens. I will endeavor to faith- fully do my duty, as far as my feeble lights will permit me. It takes two to make a quarrel. I should be failing in my duty if I did not at once publicly assure the electors that I will not by word or act be a party to any quarrel. I will continue to act in concert with my colleague. I deplore his ...

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THE TORCHLIGHT PROCESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

THE TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION. The torchlight procession which was arranged to take place during the even- ing, being a novelty in the town, was looked forward to with very pleasant anticipations. At seven o'clock Dean street began to be uncomfortably crowded, and later on, when the foot- paths on either side were lined with spectators, the scene was a highly ani- mated one. On the balcony of the Globe hotel a gas device illuminated the whole of the street in its proximity, and in every direction the reflection of bon-fires was observable. The youth of the dis- trict had provided itself with illimitable supplies of Chinese crackers, which seem to be inseparable to loyal displays, and if our enthusiasm is to be judged by the amount of powder which was burned in this direction we are indeed loyal to our Queen. When the procession began to move, there must have been fully 5000 people in the streets. The brigades formed in processional order in front of the depot of the Albury brigade, and ...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen!"—MILTON. FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 28 May 1886

1obontga & !oluong bcttincl. "Awake ! Arlse! Or be for over fnllei!" --HILTON. FRIDA Y, MA Y 28, 1886. PROtoSES are proverbially like pie crusts, easily made and not difficult to. break; and of all kinds of promises, next perhaps to lovers' vows, election eering engagements sit most lightly on the minds of their makers: These remarks, nevertheless, do not apply to the promises made by Mr TUTIIILL, M.P., that, ii elected to Parliament, lie would endeavor to have Sydney street and High street again connected, and the railway fence removed. The obstruction in question is a very great injury to Wodonga, as it diverts busi ness. very unjustly from High street, and prevents the extension of the town by rendering the business frontages in HIigh street comparatively useless. In another and indirect, but appreci able, manner, injury is done to busi. ness interests, as the diversion of the Bonegilla, Chiltern, and Beechworth roads to the present ill-lighted and awkward entrance gives ...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 June 1886

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 4 June 1886

SOne oveot;niieorable,` foggy autumn day. in!L6hodon; Oharlos Lamb was ia'ccostedc `bia?,begg.ar wiwomanai with, `"Pray;? air, bbsrih a' hittle cliarity' upon a 'poor desti tuto widow woman, who ia porishing for. Inck of food,'Belioveo;ine, sir,. I'have aeon better da'1 , ;'So haves T,", said .Lamb,, handing tlol pioor creature a sahil ling; "so have I; its a miirable day I Good-by I Good-by l", , A man out woat was fined 40 dollaral for squeezing ,a'woman's: thumb.; Weo didn't suppose thbrd'wai so )much ignor-; ance abroad, 'A 'inaii who mistakes a' womian'i'thtuinb for hero waist should .be fined.not loss than 400 dollar. I S,)We oWftenmear of ', the niln wholoves, ani is belo;ve'd," ~it soldomof ' thi' inan who pays a1l s, repaid," One day a lady presednted herself to M. ,fSi.1JetopnVp,,aenli eaid,'"I ha rpu ovaitoed o-ur return with a great doil of anxioLty I'f'F ilto n'tifit" ; I dur i?sistntirio' i ".\Vl t? Ifs can't- cut his f acth.~1 f 's i

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