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MR CRAVEN IN EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
11- 1ORAVEN INN EXPLAiNATION.- i;Slitnieoiny rionide baing."ni forn!oedl o that my riilin1rit'iabbli t ti entrylnIthe Elminor uppofi~p"riirzte,`p"ropiorT y lhave bleoibmisintearpreted and ditorted by parties using, myhiurried aniweor to, my ij ryiL th thlis te I 'cravo.spaoo. to ex. plainmy,exanct meaning. Wlhan snyiiig that a?miner shQild be permitted to enter uponiland without paying anyf compen. gationto the owner, Lwas, referrinc: only to leames of girazing areas tuder secotion 32, andnot to private landswhich roSalroady dealt'IWitha by :the Mining on Prirvate Properity Act I do. ino think . my'?l that mhy , plai?ation wasa f'iiucioetly :, plitc and coherent, Tit I owas pe.i 01 y anxious thatllthoydllow.areas ahouloc ,,ep onlce ocoulpied by the grazioer wolib:.w,c hioldi.the ideitioal;:position in: re rd to theo miner asu'the old?pastoral liconsaes.'. ___________:____ A
AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
iAU.CTION -SALES. ..! Mohars Chas. L. Griffith iand Co. report holding their usual fortnightly market at their.Albiry yards oil' Wednesday last: at iwhich.there was a good attondancoof •buyors, rand tock of all description ,sold' Swell; : Oattleo-400 yarded,i about,. aose half' of.: which consisted p,?f .inferior -to iisaful boeef witha sarhlli proportion of. prile quality. , Best 'pens cows sold to, L10, boast bullocks to L10 2s O:d; storoi I bullocks (young), L4 10s to L5 15s; store; heifers,"in low condition, L3 4s; younig miled cattle, at full' ratds. We sold drafts for-- ossrs Martin Seymour, T." R. Wilaoi, Johlu Griov?o, Thomsas 'Soy' mohr, Thomas,,Hollahd, ;Henry Murphy. A. HrIe,..jun., Jimos Kelly, H: F. .T Lovett, John M'Donald, H. I. Parnell,' Joq;P~narnell, Goo.' Haddrigg, and others. ShDbopWo asold 10,000 wother '. for Messrs P,: Rogers, Win. Dornan, G: W. Ja~ls," &c, bost wethora in, to 8s Dd; store iotlb rsat'slightly'improved rates
WODONGA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 8th JUNE. (Before Messrs Foster and O'Meara, P.M.) UNREGISTERED DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
, ..... TU. SDAY, t Ju." r:il' (Before.,. lbsrn :,rFostor-,, and ..O'Meara, S . UNROISTERED DOO SDyb'ald v:'Oobhc?!i . allowing n''dogtbP wander witliol,'i'collar:br':' rluod'Ss!"' ° .D. '-' EBT.' c ,wtia .lK'":, ::', iT. Cronini v Dei;, ;oods" £6 lO 11ii. Summonsg eteouded till friday ,( -isy), ( YGYiiROG oOLLIN. wIh..otq Roger Egan, :exciseo :inspeitorio pru:: cooded igaiust., hIor,lnn,; Somimor for Dolling liquor in the 14th of last month" without leing tho possessor of a licelso to ,do so. Mir Zinoke appeared for the Crown. Defendant admitted the charge. . Roger Egan deposed ,that on the 14th of 'last month lie called at dofeondant'e houso,' and asked Mrs Somnmor,if he opuld got a bottle .of~rie. ; Shletook an empty bottle andmeoont.:out ofojtlgopppm.. Mr Sommer shortly nafrrwardeaiiue;e,ii .witl] a full iottle,? for /wvdoihhol (tlh,:oxoie inspector); naiil,i 1'Sdy,lidyhadCa illikpri two together and thou csked edofndait:if ,ie had a lijsise, ,ofeond?sit eideho i d not takepjlnt...
GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
GAZETTE NOTIUCES, LIoUNsEa Ami'Iwvrn. aInry I , raool mnn, 237a,.Yuolcandandzali Guy. Bontty, 20a, Yavkauidandah. LVAMF~a APVItOvLW. P. Ryan 08a 3r S35p,, ]alvoir Wont 1. ooutora will of Jas,, an111:nny, 40a 3r 3p, 1Wodolang M W:"i5icgua,U lU3iv lip, Ta nganu. Vlhdtlhr old ago. is, to. bo roapootad or not doponda aniaaoh wbothor it applina to
CHILTERN LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
CHIj2rRTI LAND ALE. SAinslq of, (rown landss in ,fee-"pplo wan hiold on aFidy.,lastaat tlheo Coirtvho.,io,' OQhiltorn; '?rid Oflicor Stowhrt o'flfia.ting. Tqfoileing was the btlsanes dqn ; oo ' Chiltern.-At.thoit odt of thoe improobnonto; 'of 'lo.ons D nniog.--Upot prri;1 , ?i0 poe~ lot c1arigo forrveya L'', L2 Lat'Iarca Ir. :3Op,?allotmnnts,.0. nnd r'., ,ofOtion.?.d: ',aluatioa, L10)-Upset, J DoJoning.o., l-a- ai irtlia-Sitoatot between lPnmer. astou.; treat.?: and the ? hIndi teo .Crtck. ,. UpIot pri'+,L$ pdrlot;' Charg' fr n?uaroy, L104,4d: L0o?a, nr 0i? .In 2 l;0p l ttrlot Wa riig&TIn,-ltheltor nahpip, o '""rie",; +IL per noroe; 'clna g or so n LI l.6Lt3,, ;nre1ýo6ti 2e,25p,.nilotmeut,3, 4ection 8,.- .SRttrglon-In, L?o8T 1 Ilootli and?iLng trcu' fpnft'pr?o tL5, rhe t cltrgo,;for, ,I.? etio ii ?,l'ot .?re: 111??p allot 2. ...o....i. U . sot " ice... l , por, Kot;,b?lhr? .-fg urycy, ., L2 . per a oa3r; :p[ llgtmen ta'3 an1.4,'asectIon U.1 aluia tin 135i1i Upsn tp0ri o, LOr...
WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 8th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
Twd1Dco 1o4 l Hhii iiii a7 UNJIL:. . Touseoe ,08tlTJ ti! r ' Present-Ors Neowanns (president), Baeubrick, Street, anid-Ferrier.. The neiwly-elected member, Cr Johnston, having made the usual' ftirmation, also took his seantit tli cobuiicil talbio t MINUTO.' The minutes oL.thlq previous meeting were read and c(itnrmnuld. " 0 'tiUaceoik O eNDuCE. ; 'c :,1,I Fromt Mr F. H. Tuthill, M.P., stating that he had represelnted; to'the Railway Department that, as the shunooting is now all donu on the otloer aide of the river, there was no necessity .for cuntihuing the existonect of the fence across thie lini road at the entrance into \Vodonga, and he lhad requested that the road be opened. ll reply, Mr Inspector Keouble had 'ex pressed himself in favor of the sugges tion, but thought the council should bear the cost of the alteration, if author ised by tih depnrtmenot.-To be consi dored later on. Front Messrs Howell and Mfondell, Melbourne, intimating that they were devoting special attention ...
MR CRAVEN AT GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
|MR CRAVEN AT GRANYA. Mr A.;W.Craveuu on Tuesdayeovening ?' addressed a' meeting of sonmeo eighty per sons at Riolly's hotel, .Granya.: Council- , lor A. Stewart, J.P., presided. , SThe candidate remarked: tha' as; thisF; was his first electioneering, campaign, he-. truited that' thoio present??ioulde;iinako' : lduo allowance for any signs.of.neryous- . Iesk.thathe might show,. acd also.for,lhi nod lioing able to deal, with, the'differeni"4?. subjects ho,iwould touch upon as well.as a .more eoxperienced .dneaker; He anii-: noduced himself as a staunchl.supporter of the presont Coalition Governmont;" .whlihh le donsiderdd '?as ato 'exo llent o'ie and requiired to lbet suipported &lt;to "^. enable thciii to carrry 'out the measures te, 'proposed by them. The Oppositiolftiiwos:f l not capable, of leading, and lio,ase tho roughlye opposed to' a R4gni ical Goivern= .ea?nt. (Applauseo).' Ir iglition was the neit question, of,,ienportauce on,w?hieh le, wolad spueak. This district'w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
.+ t Vl ke his oppoi t 'nity of thanking the public .of Wodhnga and distict for the very liberal .patroi ?e lie h :,eceivel, and begs to inti iuate ' that lie has bought for . ash in Mel Sofiiflnk g , e lmbie arnae:Oe hsiecv d, and es t a ici he iL s _ep?h as to sell at prices tl-t $bourlle ver satisfactory to..yers .. ,. . ' . I P:?i? P. OVI. THIAT TE' PUBLIC.DO),NOT REQUIRE TO . A .,PEy;' suitable, fOil the. season, . ; i- ,OD O , . a ,,H.PR.in l. ! '1 • ALL K. NDS GROC PDUE PURCHASED.& •..::- . . Diner r H ' , , . -AT.Qle · fog . -,. SeaýES, . ?, MATE & C O. meR. t e 0l P rlir CllsS .'. l , t , :.300 . " ., . .ý _ ~.. r.. A n "eS , IEl LSTERS J ETS ETOz . . , . el,?, ...,? q alit.? d favhiona&lt;..bde cut, ,.S: lnq Qu.alt y and)/- Clearigo r rles T: : A &0 IMPO.,TERS OF DRAPERY -. .. . . :.:?.? ,'" ',. . . . : i... ." " ' . . : +,. . 'T , + " ' AN K 0, ,VICTO1 IA wq" DONIA iBRANCIH OAPITlAL'. ..~ .:' . £1,000,000 ESERVE FUND .: . £125,000 Deposits ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
JOHN G. WIGG, IGHo STREET, WoONGOA, Wholesale and Retail, BU T C HI E R., The oldest-established Butcher? in':' Wodonga. Al MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Small Goods of every description. RIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. ENERAL BLACKSMITH AND GEE 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. HIORSESHOEING A SPECIALITY. Why? ecause they are shod according to art and suitable to nat ire. MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND Farrier, "EGS to return thanks to his customers B 'for the libOral patronage they have iestowed on him, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a con= tinuance. Address-Hume street, near Railway, Goods Sheds. Wodongs. JAMES GRANT,' FARRIER AND GENERAL SMITH" TALLANGATTA. A LL KINDS of TURNING 'done on the premises, and repairs effected in a workmanlike style, GENERAL BLACKSMITH, KIEWA. M. E. CLUNE B EG...
Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !" FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
obulgo a & Lotulong gentinde. 'Awake Arise ibho for ver fallen" \ \; --MoILTos. IFRIDAY JUNE 11, 1880. eat days ofl; heroic legislation-.have, at least in Victoria, gone by for the' present. No organic question, affect iig in a high manner .the constitution of the country and its fortunes ini ages' yet to come; no GEoronIa legislatiodi't'o cbrrect the monopoly .of lands; no tro mendous question, involving the fate of a nationality, or the positfin 'of?li ancient religion, occupies the attention of members of Parliament, or is likely to occupy it. The local subjects now filling the public mind are of a peculiarly domestic and humdrum character. In Melbourne,: they talk of the westward extension of the city, the establishment of '?fMetropolitan Board of Works, the purchase of the Gas Company's tiorks, and .other mat ters of iLlike practical and unexciting character. In the country, the Dp contralisation League, which started withi the intention of abolishling the city of Melbo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
TANTED;, APPRENTICES :to tho dressmaking. Miss O'Loughlin, HoQell street, Wodonga. _0 REVARD. - LOST, d en'. Monday oL eveniug, between Allion'saHotol i! Jolmston's, a FIVE-POUND'NOTE. IPar ticulara of note known.anld samol stopped. aFowarl ait Bank of Vitodrifn, Wddoig: ' : . Wanted to Purchase;. XW IIEAT, OATS, andi I CHAFF. Send price and samples to SAIMUEL J. ROUSSEAU, TRAN1FER OF PUBLICANS' LICENSE. . OTIOI . -I, THOMA. SEYMORE, of .l Bownl, 'New South Wales, do intbnd to andiwill, at the next Licensing Court, to be held at Chiltern on Friday, 18th June, 185(U, apply for a'TRANSFER of publican's license from'Robert 'Osmon'd to mnysblf, for, a hluse situated at Burrowyd, and known as the Burrowyo Hotel. S'Dated this lst day of Tune, 18S0. , (Signod) TriJOMAS SEYMORE. Shire of tWodonga. TTIENDERS. will bo received until ten ?j o'clock a.n. of TuKddý,'ItliSf5tht iifstant, for tile following WORKS, viz.: Plroeuring and stacking 100 yards of S grael at Bonegilla '5 [; V -"i ;';[ SSp...
MR DANIEL MONGAN AT SNOWY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
MR DANIEL MONGAN At SNOWY. CREEK. This gentleman, who is a candidate for Banambra, addressed it public meeting the Junction, Snowy Creek;.on Wednesday, day evening. Mr Mongan who was, well received, said his long connection ,with the shire council was one of the reasons that in duced him to contest: the electiono for Benambra and if he had the confidence of the public, he hoped to receive their sup &nbsp; port, while if not elected he would bow to the decision of the electors and take his defeat in good part In regard to politi al matters," there were no burning &nbsp; &nbsp; questions; everything being very quiet. If elected, he would support the present Government so long as they, carried out their programme as announced, with cir tain reservations. He was, as lie always had been, a Liberal,- There:were certain matters in the programme of the Govern. ment that required to be scrutinised very wisely. One was the question of irri gation, in regard to which he...
MITTA MITTA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 11 June 1886
MITTA MITTA &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Union Gold Sluicing Company are steadily carrying on operations in wash- ing up the bottom floor of the open cutting for tail-race, and a good return is expected as the result of the wash up, when finished. It is to be hoped that these expectations will be realised, for then other miners will push on their work, in the hope of being recouped, for the out-lay. We have had several nights hard frost, and yet there is no sign of rain. The river is still low and miners are anxiously looking forward to heavy rains to increase the supply of water for sluicing. A reef that has been formerly worked and given payable results has again been taken up, by Messrs Jones, Oliver and Daly, who are presently employed in taking out a trail crushing. The stone from the thin vein shows gold very freely, and is expected to go from 5 oz to 7 oz per ton. Ther...
UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886
Luc.?. inttelligunce-ioiws, Im, imeua-sla acaurc here. Like wautcion Carryong, a it has to bu fetched a long way. Our police are eujoying perfect repose, and are olpvn for any unterprisU.witmout isfringing aon the tino required for duty. -Ask themi if there is?lit iiag:stirritt aind aslshake 'of the hlad ie 1h reply. ... Tih l iiiiat .for`Lands andu tlihe oftioorsi of the Liuld Dolluti?iuil· st'enit to have strange ideas about distributing the lpublic lanids to .thl ?lal? lidtsal nfgo' Of' tli iluin try and.theopouple. Peroaps the mistake will tlo' fundli out tubo llate, s.iien.ith6 toilers leave the colony for fresl pastures. Jack Froit' is dpyiilig's re gtilar visils now, anid with a vengeance. Tlhe rtloat toter absouceu of moisture will have a very serious uffect tit! lstodk. Q Only a (aall portiolt of 'tlio aistidcl 'rege hhs 'been cropped; this season, tihd grotiid being still' iitit' fo" thd 'pltigh. WVe cry iaiit hilh?i has the tain gsana to, Echo asn-' aswen s Whe 'I" m siln...
AN EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886
AN EXPLANATION. TO TiPHE :DITO1 OF To me ENTINEL,. Smn,--' F.D.P." must surely be quite an authority on the rules of police courts-in fact, judging froni the mas turly way inl which he speaks of pri soners, witnesses, &c., he will excuse nme for thinking hoe must have graduated in the round box at the lllelbourno City Police Court. For several years before there was any resident justice at Be thanga, I frequently travelled long dis tances to assist the miners and others in getting their cases settled, and so Iro venting a repetition of journeys to th court. Although I sat on sacm exo tremely difficult cases-at times by my self, with the consent of both parties--. this is the first occasion uapon which I over heard a breath of dissatisfactioix ox presseld. With regard to the particular caso in question, I never adjudicated upon an coasier moatter to doterline. It was simply--Were the defondants drunkand disorderly,: or were they not? sIf tlhoy were, the law is so clear, that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886
Wesloyan Churoh, Wodonga, 9rIIE oRev. G;. AllURTON, of Boech. .I. wnrth, will 1'PRIACH. in the alhovu achurch onl Scndny morning next. On Tires. day eIveeini the Amllnl IIomo Mission Meeooting will ho held. Addresses by Recvs. Alhistomn aned l'olkingh!orno. Oharcoal ! Charcoal I! Charcoal I l O WING to the inow duty on COAR. COAL, the price in future will be 10 per bug, delivered in New South Wales, after this date. .'. CODONE, Baranduda, -Wodonga, Ilth June. Tenders for Qarting Charcoal. M10 R 1. SANGSTER is h't , succasful .IV. TENI)IIRER for carting charcoal from llBamndnld to Albery. P. CODONE. Wodlonga, 10th Junoe. Wanted to Purchase. W1TIEAT, OATS,' ani CHAFF. Send price antd smiples to - SSAMUEL'J, ROUSSEAU, Grasyn. Notice to' Trespassers, P OISON laid on our Farms and lPaddoces at Baranduda, - HERMANN SOMMER. GEO. SOMMER. IBaranduda, 11th May, 1880. Auotion-Announcements. Wodonga Fortnightly Market. MONDAY, 21st JUNE, 1880. Dougharty, Son, and Parker S"TILL SELL, in their YA...
COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886
GOMMEqRIOIAL. WODONCA, Tioe following are the: latest quotn tiuns: Flour, £12 per tonu Wheat; Lc 2d per bushell White oats, 4s per bushel' Brown onts, 3s 3d poer.bushol" , Caps barley,.3s,id per bushel. English barley, 4s per bushol: Bram, lseOd'per liushel,- , : Pollard, is 9d poi bbshlil, Ohaff, £0 per tons: ' SHthy, 1 lOs.'perton' Potatoes (W'\rrnambool), £.I .er :tn.. SPoneas,4s Ri3dper busheol .. Mlizeo ;ls por buslll Butter (fresh)i 2s:por lb Buttur.(pottoed), is id per lb~ " Eggs, ls d' per dozoen. Barley, 3d per Ili,.. Some females were recenti y arrestedin, XBentuky for tho .manufacturo of illiet whisky. ,This, is :the o: lrt,,recorded in-.. stanco of a wonusu. keoopiegstill[ The Russians aro light eatoers. A; loast, it is sanidtlloy eat lotsof candles, Brown says it is awalnder that'thorb It any trutlhfulnoss in the world when mattl kind bogineslife.hy lying in the eradlo. All men are equal before thu law, but not beforo tho n,otlher-i.l.hw.