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ALBURY HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

ALBU tY IfORHE &ALE. Meesrs Chas. L. Grilith nod Co. report holding a sepolal horse. sale on Wednosdny last, when they yarded over 200 horses to good competition. The lmajority consisted of Indhan and high.lass haclcs and harnera norta, for which the demand was very strong, prices ranging for Inilian sorts £15 to £95 to £38 for superior sorts. We sold drafts for Messrs P, Ilowmlan; G,M.iuldison, T. llradloy, A. W. onalloy, oxeoutora Jon. Gibsaon, I~. C(ihsoa, J. l)rusmmond,. P. P. Coll, W. Scales, R. Taskl, IJ. Long, P.. lIynos, S. Osabldeston, C. ]ldghill, C. S. Jnyrn:', eli others, prices altogether being eatiofiatury.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

LATEST" TELEGRAMS. (PROn OUR. owN CORRESPONDENT.) MELBOURNE, Thursday. A Reuter's cablegram, just received, states that the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies han expressed his opinion that there is nothing alarming in the hoisting of the French flag at the New Hebrides, in the face of the assurance given by the French Government that they have no inten tion of departing from the existing convention. The Agent-General, Mr Berry, :however, . thinks ditferently, and is reported to be now engaged in preparing.. a mieniorandum to the Frencoh Government, pointing out the absence of .any proof of outrages com mitted upon French subjects, and urging thiat Admiral Tryon ho in structed to hoist the British flag where the French flag has been hoisted. Thie action of the French in landing trioops and hoisting the tricolor in the Now Hebrides formed the subject of an influential deputation from the Presbyterian Church to-day upon the Premier. The Hon. James Balfour, M.L.C., introduced th...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

The WodongafStorest C. B. MERCER STakes this opportunity of thanking the public 'E? fW?odonga. and district for the very liberal p atronage he has received, and begs to inti mate that he has bought, fori cash in Mel bourne A NEW STOCWI C. ONSISTING OF~ DRAPERY, suitable for the season, ooTS, sand SIos?,. GROCERIES,, c., Which 'he is:' prepared. to sell' at prices that should be very:satisfactory to buyers. -"-'2- ONE TRIAL WILL PROVE THAT THE PUBLIC DO NOT REQUIRE TO. PASS WODONAd TOb MAKE THEIR PURCOASES.., A L L IQ N D S O F P R O D U OC P U R?RG I S E D , S Special Sale T. . MATE & CO., WILL. HOLD A SPECIAL SALF OF REMNANlTS AND JOB LINES, Commeneing 11th Juine'., 886. Remnants of Dress. Goods, Flannels,, Sheet i . i.gs, Calicoes, Carpets, Laces" Embroideries,, &c.. JOB LINES IN D LADIES' TRIMIJED. IHATS ULSTES, etc. 'Job Lines n Overcoats, Trousers & Vests,, Hats. we..e- s :: Shirts, Colored and Cai.briCo. ;· ' Handkerchiefs.. JOB LITNES IN BOOTS' SHOES, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

SJOHN G. WIGG, HIin STREET, ,VOOSGNA, Wholesale and Retail B 'U. T C H .E R. 'The oldeat-cstablishd .'Butchery in W; odonga. Al M)IATS' of BEST QUALITY Alwvays on hanl. Sis 11 Gools of oayiy descriptlin. SIiDF 'andSK INS PURCHASED. FENERAL BLACKSMIITH AND ' ' : : . FARRIER, Elgin gtreet (near railway crossing), Wododga. J. LAMBOURN eog to t thank his numerous customers.for past favors, and .hopes to still merit .a .continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. IHORSESHOEING A .SPECIALITY. Why.l ecaicetlhey are -shod according to art and siuitable to nat ire. MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith Farrier, PBEGS to return thanks to his customers •.: for thu liberal patronago thseylsave :bestowed on him, and hopes by strict :attention to business ,to merit .a .con ,tinusnce. Address-Humo street, near .Railway Goods Sheds. Wodouga. JAMES GRANT, FARRIER AND GENERAL . SMITH S. TALLANGATTA, ALL KINDS of TURNING done on'the premises, and .repairs effected in a •woikmanliike style. ' GENERAL ...

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THE BENAMBRA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

TILE BENAMBRA ELECTION: The olection of a inesmber to represent' Benaambra in the Legislative Assembly in: the room, of Mr P: 1B. Wallace, deceased,. took, place, on. Tusday. The candidates were four' in number-viz., Muessrs Peter Peter Wiight, ongineeor and secretary to. the shire of Toowong,.and.a representativoe of the constituency in. the, Parliament of 1877.80; Daniel Movngman, of. Yackandan dalh, for many years Ir councillor of the local shire; Arthur William Craven, sur veyor,. of Tallangatta; and David''Parry, a gentleman hailing, firom.Corryong. Con siderablo interest was taken in the elec 'ties for weeks priMr to. the polling day, and pro.formed public; opinion had nlar rowed the contest down to Messrs: Wright and Mongan, the other two being ranked as outsiders. The former.' gentle .man 'had the advantage of being. well 'known. throughout the electorate as a former representative, while the position; of shire secretary and enigineer held by him for so many years had served...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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RACE MEETING AT ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

RAGE MEETING AT ALBURY. ? The wanther broke very inauspiciously on Monday morning for the day's hore- racing which had been arranged in con- nootionwithl the long talked of matche Ibetwoon: Normnan and Kildaro,. but by :mid-day thle fog clanlod of,.and' a moroe favo~nblo afternoon for i.all.outitg could' not- be desired.. The match betweeon ,Kildaro.and: Norman was,,it will, be re-. Inonelieredl, fixed' for. 'theli rd ofC'Jthno tlisetant, liet owingg: to 'a, fmilly .bereave-, ?ne?t ib. necoeairily had to bo postponed. Ie tmhe, itltoerin a nmatchl was arran ed'. betweeon Mr Jqimos Oowan'aLarrikin, who. "won the two handicaps on the 3rd of 'Juno,. and Mr A. M'Donald's, chestnlut horoe Fair hKing,, who wes. also a conm potitorel; one' of tlho racsd which. was ,appropriatedl by the. \Wangaratta: lioru. It was anerngged.ine onneualetin witl,tlhoe .match that the oweeonof Larrikin aliould, 'lay £(10 to £40 and' conlcedo stonte, alld: 'eeoing that the chestnut was mooting the. black omi wo...

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HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE SENTINEL. Si,--A letter, under the norm de plume of "Rule Britannia," a.pearing in your last issue, contains nomething of the elements of tragedy and of comedy, but the comedy is, to my mind, the most apparent and the most characteristic. To an ill-regulated sense of the ridiculous, there is something intensely ludicrous in reading the frank admission from your correspondent that Ireland lrus "un doubted wrongs," and that the same country "would benefit enormously by a local legislature and administration," but that before she is to be permitted to enjoy this self-government, Ireland "must be governed for ten years Is a Crown colony." Ten years-tlhat is all: Seeing that "Rule Britannia " admits these "undoubted wrongs," and, better still, that Homse Rule would be a panacea for all the ills which exist in Ireland, tile difference of opinion between us would appear to be inconsiderable. There are, however, a few little propoesals hero and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

&GEO. LEIGHTON EGS to inforna tl?o inhabitnts of Wodoniga and surrounding district, and also his old friends of Beothanga, Granyn, Sandy Creek, and Mitta Mitta, that ho is now carrying on business o0posito thet Post-ofi ,' Wodong!a, as FAMILY GROCER,,, DRAPER,, .IRONMONGER and GALVANISED IRON and WIRE MERiH:ANT: AFF, OATS, aid, PRODUCE STORE . The T EAS supliedae Specially-Selcted, and bhe Whole of t,1he Groceries are .of,the Best -.ý : , ,-: ? , ,..: , ....."": ; . .{ .ý::.1 ý. -" ... ', ::^ t.. , , . . I ..f;''S .t;:j ý af::'ft:^. .}e., .." r:",, Wo ,. ! , . ,, . , S.: ell-known Brands. . , ?, : Crockeryw'wer-of "i1l-.D'escrij ions 7 ~i LA GES O READY-MADE OLOTTING AND NW SEASON I TS SELLING 1AT GREATLY.REDUED RATES BUYER OF ALL LOCAL 'PRODUE Hies and Skins of all Dsiptin at HIGHEST MARKET VALUE AGL\'T for LICIITBOUD 'S SAW --MILLS, GEORGE'S 1REEK ALSO AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND. W6odonga, Albury, N.S.W., & 80 King Street, . ! Melbourne. . SRmiiway, Ship, iihg; Ciusto...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen!"—MILTON. FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

"Awakc!, Arhao!. Or be for oever fallen!" *-MLTON, FRIDAY, JUNE IS, 188:;. WeV have pleasure ii, congratulating Mr PE.PTrE WLIanrT upon his election to fill tile vacancy caused in the repro sentation of Benambra by the lamented death of the late popular member, Mr WALLAOE, The comfortable majority by which the electors:,havo returned him must be agreeable to. his feelings, indicating, as it ldoes, the favorable estimation inl which he is held by those who have known, him longest and best. The district may also be congratulnted upon having secured a representative so well posted up upon the subject of their wants, and also so greatly de sirous of improving' the nobit territory of healthy mountain and fertile valley, which will for the future be placed under his charge. We also think that both Wodongs and the Upper Mur ray may look with complacency upon tihe defeat of Mr MoNoAc, the cham pion of the Yackandandah and Beech worth railway. It is true that both the W'odonga and Tallangatt...

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CABLE NEWS. (REUTER'S.) DEATH OF SIR A. STUART. LONDON, 15th June. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

CABLE NEWS. (REUTER'S.)       DEATH OF SIR A. STUART. LONDON, 15th June. Sir Alexander Stewart, late Premier of New South Wales, died to-day.

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MINING REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

MINING REPORTS.     Wallace - Bethanga Company,10th June. --- Furnaces working well, and mines look- ing fully as well as over they did. Com- pany shipped since 5th April regulus to the value of £6500, and intend shipping next week regulus value about £3000. Directors waiting account sales of regulus shipped before commencing to pay divi- dends. Long Point Hydraulic, Mitta Mitta, June 5.--- Cut the remaining 23 chains of first mile rocky section to last contract (No. 5), and 40 chains of the second mile (No. 6). Total from head of race, 7¼ miles. New Pioneer Company, M'Kay's Creek, June 5.--- Broke 8 tons from new make, or No.3 lode. Robbie Burns Amalgamated, M'Kay's Creek June 5.--- Drive from shaft on L.L. lode extended13 feet ; total : 22feet ; lode 4 feet thick, and shows gold occasionally. Expect soon to cut shoot of gold.

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- In your issue of last week a let- ter appears under the heading, " Be- thanga Justices' Justice," and, as I happen to be the publican alluded to, I would thank you for a little space to reply to the statements contained therein. The letter, from begining to end, is untruthful to a degree, and no one but an F.D.P. would write such a silly, petu- lant, and impertinent letter, and one which is scarcely worth replying to.   However, I will content myself by stating emphatically--- That I did not follow the defendants in company with a policeman to a neighboring hotel. That my place was not open after hours. That I did not take up a poker to strike a man who was quietly sitting down. That the defen- dants were not prisoners. That they   were not fined L3. That I did not press my evidence with bitterness, having made no mention of the threats to burst the bar-door open, to break the furniture, and set fire to the window curt...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

If you see an article in a country paper headed, " Wonderful escape from death," you can save much time by looking directly down to the bottom of it and finding how much it costs per bottle, and seeing if it is sold by all respectable chemists.   The worst case of selfishness on record is that of a youth who complained because his mother put a larger mustard plaster on his younger brother than she did on him.

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BETHANGA JUSTICES' JUSTICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 18 June 1886

BETHANGA JUSTICES' JUSTICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR,--- While thanking you for inserting my letter of the 7th instant re justice in Bethanga, I, would feel much obliged if you would kindly correct one or two   typographical errors that have crept in, giving some passages a different com- plexion to what I intended. In the original I carefully wrote the words, " two pounds fine," so that there should be no mistake in the figures,but, through some slip, £3 appeared in print, Again, by altering one or two words, it would appear that I wrote, "A publican admitted having commenced a row   there" (in a neighboring house). That part between a "A publican " and ' ad- mitted " should have been placed in parenthesis ; and what I wrote was, " A publican . . . . admitted having commenced any row there was," &c., this row having taken place in his own bar parlor,.and was the first disorderly con- duct of which any evidence was given, Yours, &c...

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BETHANGA JUSTICES' JUSTICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

BETHANGA JUSTICES' JUSTICE. TO THIE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIr,-Allow me, once more to occupy a little :space in your valuable paper. I was surprised to see that your correspon dents Alex. Stewart and 'John Colblert should have thought fit to refer to my letter to you, as by so doing they do not improve their position, and oven lay .themselves open to further attack. From. the tone of their letters, I have evidently hit them hard on a soft place. Mr Stewart should be thanked for giving us his opinion gratis upon the " pheno menon" of lawyers in court, and if their presence indicates to Mr Stewart'that the party the lawyer pleads for is in the wrong, then if ever I have' the .bad luck tocomo before him, I will take care not to provide one. It is very fortunate that the law limits justices in such cases to a fine of 40s, otherwise Ildon't know where they might have stopped in' this case. Surely it would have looked better had Mr Stewart not mentioned his dif-. ference of opinion with...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIn,-By an inadvertence, I neglected to refer to a little item in "Rule Bri tannia's" ilotter, published in The Senti ?el of thie 11th instant. Your correspondent says, or what is tantamount to saying it, that Ireland should not have Home Rule, 'because she was not, is not, never' will be, a nation. Mnr Editor, I.trust you will ex cuse mue when I. say. that this remark is a Cerberus of error-a three-headed pole cat rather. , It is composed of a lie, a false argument, and an unwarrantable assumption. There can be no mincing of words. It is a lie to say tlhat Ireland never was a tnation. It was a nation, a grand and glorious nation-a shinling star-when England was a barbaric chaos, when Europe was floundering blindly in the midnight of the Dark Ages. If pomps and pageantseconstituto a nation, Ireland was one; if indepen dent, well-regulated, civilised peoples constitute a nation, Ireland was one; if "triumphs of army and floeet" constitute a nation, Ire...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASE AWAITING EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

GAZETTE 'OTICES. LEASE AWAITINO EXECUTION. Beechworth District.--Mitta Mitta. Division.--l. Costin, MI. Collins, nud: J. Costin,. 2a °r 1Op.

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HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIn,-Your correspondent "Austro Colt," whatever that curious designation may moan, has spoken. He politely dubs me as "ignorant or oxtromely dis ingenuous," "lip-loyal," a "dishonest paniomonger," and in more than one in stanoo he is good enough to misrepresent my views. But let this Ceoltic style of arguing against an upponent pass. Is it not "characteristic'" of the race ? Your correspondent kindly informs us that I:e is a native of the colony, and obligingly states that he knows "a little about Irish affairs." Permit me to say that I aim also a native of Australia, and that my forefathers for generations weore Anglo-Irish, and bore arms loyally in support of king and cdointry. I- also respectfully claim to kno\w, both from reading and frome personal enquiry of. Irishmen, of both Christian creeds and of both racial divisions, somoething of the merits of what, in the words of Milton, may be termed`" this great argument."' Your c...

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A MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

..A.'MINISTErRIAL VISIT. 1 --e--- Mr J. Boll, Acting Minister of Mines, with IMr Langtree,. secretary of" the Mining Department, and' Mr Tuthill IM.L,A., left Melbourne on Thursday; night for. Wodonga, to confer-with the, local prospecting committee on mining: mattors; The party came on to Albury,, whore, they. were interviewed by thoe directors of the Wodonga Prospecting, Association, introduced by Mr Tuthill.. .During the interview the chairman of the, !associatibn' (Mr Crooke) represented to. .the Minister that under the existing laws: ,prospectors were not adequately protected; and encouraged, He stated that if a. company ,put down a shaft through barren ,country and discovered' rich deposits,, the neighboriing mines bonotitted by the expenditure without contributing to the expense-of carrying out the work. The, same remarks, he argued; nalso, applied to. alluvial minors who proved'loads, but ob-. itained, their profits (if any)' only from, Itheir own claim. IHo urged that minin...

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UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

UPPER M1URRA? 1 EGHOE . S(FlRO OUR OWN CORBORPOND?NT.) The memorable and ilnuortant day the 15th of June, the day of the Be nambra election, was ushered in up here with a tremendous frost, and with a serious and contemplating outlook, we greeted a very cold morning. A very heavy fog obscured the sun almost until noon, and our plains and pastures pro sented to us a picture of a vast ocean. The late rains were not nearly suffi cient, but even the growth that should and would have followed with expected genial weather has been destroyed by the late continuous and sharp frosts. A poor lookout for pasture and cattle. There was scorcely any commotion or interest shown in the proceedings of the last election. In some groups Craven was whispered as the favorite. Others said boldly that Parry was the moan, and would come in in an easy canter. Mongan was not considered at all, being almost a total stranger, and as for the great engineer very few remarks passed. Mr Wright's friends, though sil...

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