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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

Theo odong Stores C. B. MERCER ' Taikes this opportunity of thanking the public of Wodonga and district for the very liberal patronage he has received, and begs to inti mate that he has bought for cash in Mel bourne A NEWi STOCK.. CONSISTING OF DRPERY, sitable for the seasoi; . :",? ;.BOOTS and SHOES,, S GRO0ERIES &c., Which he is: prepared to sell at prices that should be. very satisfactory to, buyers.. • . : .. - '"I"..,"' NEE TRIAL WILL PROVE THATj THE PUBLIC DO NOT REQUIRE TO PASS WODONGA TO MAKE THEIR PURCHASES. SLL KINDS OF PRODUCE. PUROCHASED..1 T. .. MATE & CO. : ILL HOLD A. SPECIAL SALE OF. REMNANTS AND JOB LINES, Commencing 11th June, 1886:. Remnants of Dress Goods,, lannels, Sheet ings, Calicocs, Carpets, Laces;: Em.broideries; LF&c.. JOB. LINES IN LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, ULSTENRS, etc. Job Lines in Overcoats, Trousr's & Vests; Hats, T.wCeds, Shirts, Colored anc.Cambric Handkerchiefs. JoB INES IN BOOTS- - S HOES, AND Al nSte sonaf:ble s Good ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

COMMIWI A I 1,. The following are tho latest quota. tions : Flour, £12 per ton Wheoat,. 5s 2d per bushel Wldte oats, 48 por-bushol Brown oats, 3s 3d pIr busholb C Cape barley, 3as Id par bushel English barley, 4s per bushel lBnus, Is bid par bushel Pollard; is d poar bushol hadlf,;£1i per tote i laj, LU 10e per'tbn SPtatous (Warrnambnol), £5 peioton SPens, 4s -d par bushel. TM iazo,. 4u aor. busheou i r· · ·- · · ·r . ' " ' ". : .

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

W. H. ROPER, Jun., G.ENERAL STOREKEEPER, TALTANGATTA. SELLS overything at lowest Melbourne prices. Sw' Co.iL.eAee SEE THE' GREAT. BARGAINS DR APERY, MEN'S CLOTHING' VERY CHEAP. MEN'S whole .SUITS (good Tweed), for 36s. MEN'S .TROUSERS and VESTS (w orth Sr 17s 6d). for 11s Od. Mena's Trousers nnd Veats (worth 22e Id), for 13a Od. BOY'S whole SUITS (worth 27s 6d), for 17s MEN'S French Pocket Felt HATS (worth Ss Od), for 4s 6d Men's French Pocket Felt Hats, boeat (worth 10s 6d), for S8 Od. MEN'S WORKING SHIRTS, fromn Is Gd each. I'OWELS, 4td and Gd each, worth twice as much. WHITE Honoyconmb QUILTS (large size), for 70 Od. CALICOES, fronm s 0d a dozen. FLANNELS (extra good), for Is 3d per . ard. FANCY DRESS SI'UFF (nice pattern), Os Od a dozen. WOMEN'S STAYS, from s O6d per pair, SPECIAL VALUE BOOTS & SHOES, Ac a &o T. HARRIS, HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST, TowNsEsn STRar.?r, ALUIou. S(Opposite Australian Hotel). I EST BRANDS TOBACCO and PIPES always on; hand. Haircutting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

Wanted to Purohase. WITHEAT, OATS, andl CIIAFF.' Sand , price and samplea to SAMUEL J. ROUSSEAU, (ranyn. Notioe to Trespasser's,. P OISO d laid on our Farn aind Paddooa r.at B]aranndadn. 1tERFtANN SOMMER. GEO. O85M[l?R: Baranduda, 11th Slay, ISSO, 'TO THE ELECTORS OF BENAMIBRA. GENTLEMEN, ":--BEG to tender you my grateful THANKS for the support rendered to me in the late contest., Had it not boon that so many candi dates were in the field, the result inight have booeen differont. At any future election for Bonnumbra, I shall again have the honor to seek your suffrages. I remain, Gentlemen, - Yours respcctfilly, A. W. CRAVEN. Yackandandah, 21st Juno, 1880. To the Eleotor., Gippuland Province. GENTLEMEN, I BEG to announce that it is again my intention to' SOLICIT your SUF FRAGES at the ensuing clootion for the Gippaland Provinco: My address will appear in a future issue. Iamtn, Gentlemen-;, Ydour obodient servant, S WILLIAM PEARSON. Kilmany Park, Sale, 23rd June,. 1886. Lyeemoon Disas...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. (BY KANT.) . I was gtilyrminised withll" Justices' :Justico in your. last and preceding issues. How I envied the sincerity of thosoe heroes v "= o fired "thelr: bullots (papers) at the '!dg, al 'magnates, and wondered if their shots told I. 'Twould boa glorious thing tdofetch'a " bbiil "' from' his perch, but I maintaii that the best way' to do this is, by,; ot sivolling oneself, but by present .ing souiethiting to.sivll the beak I Touch Ing bea?kha-I beg thliir worships' pardon- a good story liis 'cone ons the Ilitta, conn .sequent.onatho late rains.: 'Tie as.fol, " lows:-A: poor:devil, ini whiose eotploy; ,,ment: no mAtter, :had the misfortune to have 'i horse drop diad,'iu a teani of four "which he 'was'drivinig, not inure than 20 miles 5 furlongs 18 jierchose-the measure= i?ilst is -airticulsr, owing to the affair hiese:in bsces subi"judice-from the piec t"uriesqu eiind charming h:mlet of the .1Mitt.i Alitit. 'No assistance being at hsaind, tlhe P.D. had to...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

LATEST :'-TELEGRAMS. [BY SPECiAL WIEJ]. (Fnooi oUI :owN coIcIEsPONDENT). ;:1IOU?': o nO E, Thursday. Ir. Doakin introduced" his Irriga tion Bill to-night in a speech of four hours' duiation.. The estimated num ber of irrigatable acres is 3,250,000, aiid the estimatedl 'cost of headworks it£4,000i 000 :;'-The cost of irrigation .,per acro is sot do0il at"from 6s to 11s. Trusts are 'to be elected from farmers, iithi;power td levy rates. The Govern menti?sill have power to remit rates :for the first five years. The Audit Comm issieners, and not the Govern •ment;-, are to enforce payment of rates. .Loans to ?ea~ch trust can only be :granted after being before Parliament :for lhirty l days. In some cases free grants-in-aid will be allowed, and in somo cases, too, the Government may ac'nstrdct the h~eadworks.' Riparian -rsights are. limited to the quantity re quired. for domestio and stock pur-, poses. -

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

JOHN - G. -WIGG, eo.. S onrer, WODO?, A, W'e: s?lo i.nd Retail * . T "I £ : STne oldest-established Butcbhay in Wodoaiga. Al MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. Small Goods of every descriptioni 'HIDES and SKINS PURCHASED GENERAL SLACKSMrTIH AND FARRIER, Elgin atrret(near railway crossing), Wododga. Ji LAMBOURN -BegsIto thbak his numerous customers for pastt favors, and hopes to still merit a continuance. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED. HORSESHOBIN' A BPECIALITY: Why? ecanso they are shod acoording to art and sultable to natlre. MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith Farrier, SOEGS to return thanks to his custoinomers 'B' for the liberal patronage they have bestowed on him, and hopes by strict' 'attention to business to merit a con tinuance. Address-i-umo street, near Railway Goods Sheds. Wodonga. JAMES GRANT, FARRIER AND GENERAL SMITH TALLANGATTA. A L' KINDS of TURNING done on the premises, and repairs effeted in a workmanlike style. GENERAL BLACKSMITH, KIEWA. a M. E. CLUNE `B EGS...

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TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT BETHANGA. A MINER KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

TERRIBLE ACCIDENT AT BETHANGA. A MINER KILLED. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Bethanga was thrown into a great state of consternation on Wednesday morning as the sad news of a fatal accident having occurred during the night was quickly spread about. The accident occurred in a drive from what is generally known as the Castlemain shaft. Two brothers, Francis and William Dower (who were part of a tribute party, having taken a contract to put in a drive 100 feet), had put in a shot, and left to sharpen their tools, &c. As they did not hear it go off, and were away over an hour, they, on examination, found it had missed fire, and commenced to drill out the hole, when it exploded, killing William instantaneously, and injuring Frank about the head. On an examination of the spot, it appears that the explosion blew off the collar, and this must have hit Willilam and killed him, but strange to say both brothers were wounded on the back of the head, or on the side of the head behind the...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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DISTURBANCE AT THE CHINESE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

DISTURBANCE AT THE CHINESE CAMP. The tranquility that generally reigns supreme in the dovecot known as the Loco. boardinghouse, off Hume street, Wodonga, received a somewhat severe shock at an early hour on Monday morning last. At about one a.m., a Salvation Army soldier, named Henry Thomson, who, as a cab-driver bearing uniform, has for some time past figured conspicuously in the cause, paid a visit to that rendezvous of the Chinese, being at the time he presented himself for admis- sion in a condition scarcely consistent with the sacred calling of an " Army man." At first he knocked rather gently at the door, but, neither host nor hostess coming to welcome him, he had recourse to the more forcible, if less ceremonious, means of kicking the door. His summons was at length answered by the appearance of four stalwart disciples of Confucius, who, in no meek tones, demanded the object of his mission. Being unable to satisfactorily account for his presence to the Chinamen, they-resolved...

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WODONGA PROSPECTING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

WODONGA PROSPECTING ASSO- CIATION. The directors of the above association met at Allen's Terminus hotel on Friday last. Present--- Messrs W. Crooke (chair man), M'Lean, O'Connor, and Taylor. The chairman reported that he had interviewed the Acting Minister of Mines (Hon. J. Bell, M.L.C.) at Albury on Thursday. He had represented that in consequence of the Tiffin auger not hav- ing been supplied promptly, the associa- tion were unable to expend their £200 grant and raise their local £200 before   the 30th June, in consequence of which he asked that £100 free of conditions as to local contribution might be granted in addition to the £100 which would be ex- pended by the Mining Department by the 30th of June. The Minister, in reply, had stated that this could not be done, as the prospecting accounts must be closed by the 30th of June. He would, however, out of another vote, grant £50, without local contribution, towards pros- pecting for reefs. The result was that the asso...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !" —MILTON. FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

nx o ngn 4 CLot otog *cltincl . "Awake! Areo I. Or be for ever fallen!" -MILTON.. FRIDAY, 7JUNE?.5,~ 18G.. A coon deal of misapprehension ap. pears to exist in several quarters in regard to the action of this journal in opposing the construction of the Yackazidandah to Beechworth rail way, and many people seem to be of the opinion that' we are doing our level best to prevent Yackandandah getting a railway to its doors.. Weo do not hesitate to say once more that we strongly oppose tile makilig of that heautiful piece of political favoritism in the shape of a line fronm Yackandandah to Beechworth, and from this position we shall ntver swerve. But we are entirely in accord with the residents of Yackan dandah in their desire for the privi leges of the "iron horse," and .trust to see them, ere long, enjoying all the advantages which railway conmuuni cation can give them. What we con demn is the route the already scheduled line would take.- It is" a well-known fact, and one which cannot b...

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 17th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 25 June 1886

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 17th JUNE.   Present - The president (Cr Quirk), and Crs. Ronan, Jessop, M'Leod, Robb,     Burrows, Smith, Martin and Mongan.       From W. M. Stuckey, Bungoona,     protesting against M. Minogue's appli-     cation to close a road through land used     by him. - Objection noted.       From the secretary Chiltern Shire   Council, bringing under notice a petition from residents of the Upper Black Dog Creek, setting forth a grievance in re- spect to the grazing of sheep near their holdings, and asking the council to allow the land referred to be annexed to the   Chiltern Area Common.   Cr Burrow moved, and Cr Smith   seconded, that the council saw no ob- jection to hand over the Chiltern shire for their s...

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

ancy Repository, H I.0H 'S,TREE. T, MRS' E. TUBB 'T1EOS.- to, thank ;her', patrons ;for .past ? )favors, :and,drawstheir attention to hoie well-Felcoted stock of: ?i'ANNOY GOODS,: I G LAbSSWARE, , , CROCKERY, .;" I i TOYS. .Agent for allI Melbourne and i oountry papers, and English and colonial periodicals. Licoaseod tb Sell Stamps. ( CIRCULATI? G LIBRARYA ., W. H. ROPER,:, Juni (taGENERAL STOREKEEPER, TALLANGATTA. STELLS everything at lowest Melbolire : r- prices. : : Ba COMEa AND' S? . T1E, 'GI,,T A BARGAiiNS DRAP E R Y,. ENS' CLOTIHIND. tERY CHEAP. hCN 'S 'wholo SUITS, (good Tweed), ' i . for 36s. MEN'S TROUSERS and: VESTS (worth 17e 6d). for lie Od.', Moen's Trousers and Vests (worth 22ns d), S 'for 3le Od. BOY'S whblo SUITS (worth 27s Od), for 17a Gld. MEN'S Frencth Pocket Felt HATS (worth So 6d), for 4sd .d Men's French Pocket Felt IIate, beat (worth t10s 6), for s 6(d. MEN'StWORKING SHIRTS, from Is 6d each. tOWELS; 4jd and Od each, worth twice a? much.' 1HITE Honeycomb QUILTS...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 July 1886

Tho Indios In Neow York' nro pledging thomsolves not to go shopping on Siatur. y nfteroon, in order to promote tlhel ialf-holidnay movomont. :, Tho English Poers control'r3899 ohilsoh livings. ' Tho.e oxodns of Jowasfrom; Russian Poland has attailed extraordlinry pro. portions.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 July 1886

According to a statieticnl statumnonb in the Oronitadt GOactte,. no. feower than, twenty.six voesols of various typos: halo. beon begun,. compnlbtd, or oquipped with in, tholitstiyear fbr~tho )laltio andt Black: Sone fleota'of;Rltsiai, or. for, the. SiberIan, flotilla, Lord Tennyson is to lie patroin of thle, Natioal Ejintdoldfod of W\Iles, to. be.huhd. in Suptomnir..

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WODONGA COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 30th JUNE. (Before his Honor Judge Chomley). [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 July 1886

"WODONGA COUNTY COURT. W6ocNEeA , 3llth Juoe. (Before his Honor Judge .hondloy). 'Oully v Shtanley and Muir, £22 is goods. Mr Wilkinson for .planiiiff. " The summons had been .issued on, a wrong form, and pliilitiff did not appoar.;' Case struck out. Ellen ,oJewell v W. Warren, £25 8s, board and.lodging. .. lr Emlerson for plaintiff?. No appearance of defendant. Thomas N.-Jeowell,, husband of lilainitiff, proved the debt.. Verdict for amount, with £0 8s coasts. Ir the caseof Glassen v Stuokoy £34 3s Sd,'-goods, Mlr Nagle, for. plaintiff, informed his Honor that'dofendant had patid £12 since sdrvico of' summons, which plaintiff rofused :to iiccipt. Notice net havingbhoen served on tho registrar, hli" Honor iciloded to sitrike the case out. S J.-W Wilson v Stanley and DMuir,.'£10 Os 8d..- !Mr Nagle foi plaihntiff; Sir Emer son for deofendants., Coou sol for plaintiff had omitted to serve notice on dofondant, and bjhmiutual consoent the case was post poned'until noerxbitting.

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A DISCLAIMER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 July 1886

A DlSCLAIIER; .TO THE EDITOR OF =THE SENTINEL. a'SSin,-About a fortnight sinice a letter appearoed in your columns, dated from orryong,. on the subject of "Home Rule for Ireland;" " land signed "iSl~' Britaniia.", It appears that a "rumor, giained currency to the 6lffect :thatI was the writer of that letter. I think, Sir, you will do me the juatice to corruborbate my denial of having wiritten a iviird of it. Some of my frieids think- it was doine to prejudice my ititeorets in tie Into olection. If it weeas, the ruse was a pitiful one. Let me say at once that I do not at all agree witli the sentiments expressed ,in that letter. I do not know.who the author of it wasi and think on.the,wwhole tha?stiis ideas: coinoerning "Hodme Rnilo f6r'Iro land " betiray a sad'watit of Icrowlwld e in reference tothat subjecct.-Youirs, &co., DAVID PAnRY. Corryong, 24th Junoe. A':I [In justice to Mr. Parry, we must say that lie is not thl author of the letter in question. -En.]

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THE BLOCK AT THE RAILWAY CROSSING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 July 1886

TITHE. BLOCK AT ITlL CAILrVA'.' CROSSING. It will be romeilbered tlihat, a' few . weeks back, the Wodonga. Shire Councili dealt with the vexed' questioii of. thoe block: caused in the pricipal stroot by.: the railway, crossing, and passed.a rsolu- tion, protesting against tihe continiuance, .of the obstruction. 'Thin actio, of the, councils was taken in comilianco, with,aLc'. requisition signed, by nearly 400, local. ,residents. On the other hand,. there, weore few,. but only a.fow,.who viewed: the proposed change with disfavor, fearing; ,that, if any stop 'in the direction sug-. ,gested, by the ,ajocrity were taken,, shunting" operntiuns would be.attended. with. considerable difficulty, and that, in. the end,.theo shunting of trainse.liko the. 'changing station, would be carried out in, Albur'... Ifi the riows held by the -minority be. correct, local interests.; would certainly" suidr during theo wool. season, when. a gratt numnher of. teoins from the other side of the river arrive...

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

Iobongat &h .oluong ýcntittcl. "Awake! Arise l' Or be for ever fallen!" --MILTOS. FRIDAY, JULY 2,.188. CbssmInDERIso that so many thousands of pounds, are proposed to be .spent upon headworks in. thih district, the adveenst of.'the Irrigation. Bill should certainly be regrded:witli the loveliest iatisfaction by the inliabitants from Wodonga to tie source of the Murray. But, independently of any ephemeral advantage which the expenditure of a few hundred thousandS-tlle mnere mention of 'sefch an enotmous+ sum almost staggers us-would confer-upon thoe district, the'permanent and lasting benefitsoacruing from, such a scheme to the industrial classes would boimmense. On Thursdky night last Mr DEA1Mc very rightly magniffied: his office, and eliaborated his tlieme, for the theme is a good! one, and hleis its peophet, and enthusiasti. Not its only one, nor the first maybel and it is one of the merits 'of the Chief Secretarys' speech, in, in troducing the Irrigatioei Bill; thati he. ...

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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 2 July 1886

TAILL ANGATTA JOT'TINGS:. (BY' KA?%.), Tallangatta, is on the eve of deep, :mourningi. One of her foromoat men is? about to, mako Ili exit. For. rosons, whiulshlis.friends will approve, I irefrain, from mentioning his name. Suffice it. that-tho.gentloman alhlded to hiu 'boom most intimatoly connct,. i itJ .tho .pros perity-and adversity of the towns ip, and' .assistod her. considerdly .i thie latter,. Ho: las.boeon,inda.fat-igabln in attl,.lpting to. provo.ivrong:was right; and l ice versa.. A. most oatinmblo gentilman indobd-a. imodern lay. Vicar of Bra-/-ono whose, offirts. to mako Tallaigantta nppnroointeo +" Consiatoney, thour't ijowel;"lhvoe mot. with such approval that at a mooting of pririato' friends.laset week it. wass uunni-. :mously resolvod to accord himi ai hearty' ,voeb of thanks ol:his doparture.', It was.. suiggested, but s ot entertained,, teat. m ppiece of plato bearingo theli mythological: logeld,." Pox et practeria.nlhil;" be, pro-. asented. Wb wisi ih, him a lon...

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