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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

W : H:. ROPER ;tJ:n. ,:cENE1 4L STORfKEEP ER r:.; !i ,sJ.OALL'ANGAT"lA. .: 3ELLS cvor'fling at l`owesr Melboriie T E E.,G AT' -1' It;:A.IGA IN.S+ D R A P E R Y; LIaF CLOTHIf C \J L1Y C.HEAP MuN?S wihole SU1TS (good Tweed), MEN'Si TROUSERS; aund VESTS (wortld 'i; +: ?-??+ 17s (h),ifor-l Is 1 i.8,( : t.( ., , M n's !l'roesors Ind ;ests' (Korth:22s Gd), { n for 13nH + . So , d) ,i 4eh.: l "' -MAfn' Freitch ]'ochket' elt lJats, hest (worthm .ntr" ; +''10s 8d );' for "is Gde h + J MEN'S WORKIU':G SITIRS, from Isa Od ',. ; +' " a;': c h.' -,:D. ,..iffo ',it tOl'OELS, 41d nd Ud eac1h, worth twice as `11?I, TE-]loncycomobsQUIL'lS (large sizo), C ALICOESL froip ,2 ni ado~sticn., FJLANMELS (extra .gol),: fbr' 1.d per:. i. t!' .d'asrd4.. yarc:t A'?GY, DRESS S'lUFF (nice' pattirn), Os r: d'a dozen. i: WOMEN'S S'l'AYS; 'from; sl Gd, pet pair.+ SPECIA+L VALU7E : 30BOOTS - SHOES, TOWN HALL HoTE?? :Opposite Co'irt-house, ALBURY.. J F:,'i:: 1 RAUENEELDER EIGS to notify to lhis friends'nitl the . pub...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!" —MILTON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

&obolngat oWolua lq ýcntittcl. "Awake! Arisol Or.be for over fallen!" --MILTON0. F~'liIDA YI, AUG US'T i, 188). WVENsrEP.\vw it is our unpleasant task to peruse .comments upon .Victorian public anfairs atrd, public men in .the press of other :colouies, we invariably find that their journils are either so prejudiced against this colony that they are incapable of arriving at.the truth of the subjects they profess to criticise, or els 'they are conducted by unhappy; Victorian exiles, who, know ing the truth of the *tvttere conerin ing wlhich they write hi such an unfair and ungenerous spirit, prefer in the bitterness of their hearts to mislead others, and to gratify the prejudices of their less instructed readers. Our near neiglhbors across the river it Albury areno more friendly in their comments upon our afalirs than are the preessaens of Sydney, nor leothoy at all scruple to advocate New South Wales legislation calculated deeply to injure Victorian border interests.. We have...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

ILRESSMAKING.-Miss O'LOUC ILIN . is prepared to execute all orders at moderato 'Irates. .~Address-Hovell., street,, 'Woloiga. .. B ILL-POSTING.-Orders carefully. at tended to by -thu undersigned, by leaving them at Tu. SENTINEL Olicc. M1. GOLDING, Wodonga Notice to TrespassQrs. PIOISON laid on our Farms and Paddocks at Baranduda. RERIMANN SOMMER. GEO. SOMMEIt. TO THE ELECTORS GIPPSLAND PROVINCGE. GENTLEMEN, IN responso to a requisitiont presented to innme, and signed by 249 electors, I beg to announce that I am a CANDIDATE for the forthcoming vacancy- in the Legislative Council, and that I stand in the Liberal interest. . . I am, Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, CHARLES SARGEANT. Carbethon, Warragul. For Positive 'Sale; HILL'S CENTRAL, HOTEL, "BETHANGA. THIS HOTEL' offers a spldndid chance to those looking for a good living, being the leading hotel in this rapidly rising township, and the largest... Pro perty consitts of two freehold allotments of land, rith hotel and kitchen; contain i...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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A CHILD-STEALING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 6 August 1886

A CHILD-STEALING CASE, The following case will interest the friends in this district of one of the parties implicated:- At the St, Kilde Police Court on Tuesday, Christina Gotte was charged with unlawfully and fraudulently detaining a child. Mr Westley appeared to prosecute, and Mr Stephen defended. Mrs Jane Pattison deposed that in June last 'alo rented a furnished house called . " Movna," in Barkly street, St Kilda, of lrs. Gotte~ The 'latter expressed her intention of paying a visit to Wodonga, and offered to take to teka kMrs Pattison's little boy' with her., 4 Mrs Pattison was agreeable, and Mrs. Gotte took the boy, away. Nothiing had been seen or heard of the boy since, and Mrs Gotto would not say where he was. Mr Stephen , was questioning Mr. Pattison as to the paternity of the child,   and asked its name. Mrs Pattison replied that the name was Louie Newton. She (witness) had only been married to her 'present husband since the 5th July. Mr Stephen proceeded to as...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

COMAMERIAL. WODONGA. The following are the latest quota tlons : Flour, £12 per ton Wheat, 4s Gd per lbushoel White oats, 4s per bushel Brown oats, 3s 3d per bushel Capo barley, 3s Gd per bushel English barley, 4s per bilshol Braq, is Gd per bushel Pollard, s Gil per bushel Chaff, £6 per ton IIio, £6 10s per ton Potatoes (Warrnamnbool), £' per ton Pens, 4s 3d per bushel Iaizeo, 4s per bushel Barley, 3d per lb. Butter (fresh), 2s per lb Butter (potted), is G per lb Eggs, is Gil per dozon .'

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

"I dtic'tiiuiv,"! unid nit olnd huly, no "sho liid -donn ,itor" nenwpapenr, '"thnt thiven wenre sn mncaco thnat thny ,Id to an'vertice far am seul offcr. t rewarld for thomr discovery:" It.nsfnma pnanrIIIical , but, it in noeor. .tholesa true, thnt. the lnteht i jMhli~'ncve n.alivayn conneetn of the unrlieiboVaow3,

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICES. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

BEOEIPT ANrD PAY OFFICES.. A WODOqGA. Accounts awaiting paymint. - Ryan and Tiylor, E. Lord, Ml. Liwson, J. Donnyt J. Lawlsol; S. Bartlett, G. L. BaMingarton.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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SHANTY KEEPING AT DEDERANG. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

*:'Ri?AKTY KEEPING AT DEDERANG. VO TIMFEDITORI OF THE SENTINEL. " lEr :,'y -wtiuld..likeo to bu honored avith ia v~ i from a bran new ilrpecolor <if 'excisa ,t,-E'Dloderang, for,. of comrci, it Wvo'ildU ilittle" uio for. thl present dis i~rrco.odrt iloknlk us.uip, as Iie is too woll ..knwu. -\itkan1 nn(i1ount-.of imnpudlico .,4ruly-u(d;it",looo (of ..our shlir cmuin: ,cillors.? riis.- liqunrilo itl alld.undry, .ail never trioublles N aout taking, oat a licoinso-a tumiporary. permit was lhe furthest ho would go.- .'1s it fair tlhat thia cnnllilllor-.emi.ly.grog sellor, can , cun .tinuelbhi illogal pr.icuediing., while piilb .lica].nIhlin .hii nieiglborlihod .iiuat-.pi;y a Olcoinso.-Yaour,.&c., , Dodera~, A OlS AJuLt. L, Dodern-: Oth Augunt.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE RETIRING PRESIDENT'S ALLOWANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

THE REtTIRING PRESIDENT'S ALIO?WANCE: TO THIE EDITOl OF TIIe sENTINCr. Suo,-:-As rumor, with her cenltury of vocal instruments, has given forth that, previous to retiring from his position as councillor and presidentc of tlho Wodonga Shire, Mlir Novillo P. Nownan, J.P., drew his cheque for his L20, presidential allowance, I take tl>e libeorty of informing any querulous or discontented Wo doingaites what this gentleman has doin with the money. It will be remembered thait Mr Nownan promised to give the su?n to liarities, and this ihe has done, with thse exception 'of LS, which lhe very properly diverted to his own use in con nexion with the famous " Blue Ribbon " deputation re the Albury rbiid. "King Larry" has thus diviileoe the rcnmant of the spoil: (1.) Towards a statue of - a cortain .Iibornian Clhron, at at certain ! mortal" rivero not far distant ' from Bothansga' .: ' £ (2). To the editor o? tite ionigill a Bln. thcrskite, In consideration of his , lofty patriotism, high...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE PROPOSED ANNEXATION TO WODONGA SHIRE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

TIl? PROPOSED ANNEXATION TO. \VODONGA SUIItE. ST TT:I EDITORI OF1 TIlE BENTINEL. Sot,--I hopo. you will grant. me space, lthrough the medium ' of your. valuable journorl, to say .1 few words ill supprtl of the agitation afoot hero to join Woduonga Sshire. At th publio menting hold here '..ton the 17th July,,ull present were unami nous in condeou:mning the grnsping, smonopolising spirit which haos always oanimated Tallangatta. With a sublime .:. disregard. of our.interests, tliho-'owong Shire Council forms itself into a railway league, *and " wire in " for the construc ,'tion of the line from Wodongo to Tallan r ;gatta, ignoring the valley of the Murray, from. Wodollgg to Tintaldra, altogetlhr. Morosethau this, why shuild we, have to trot"overthe ioueno?re barriers of ranges .that divide Bothnrga anll Tallaigatta oil .o+ every occasion that we have ia little shire -'1 business to transact t The Wudonga shire caused nearly £4000 to be spent on the Bonegilla road, which was oan im msen...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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"THE SENTINEL" BOYCOTTED BY THE ALBURY SHOW COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

"TLHE SN?? TZNINI'L BOYCOTTI' BY THIE ALBURJY SHOiW 0Mr MITTEE. The groant scial svent ~f the yoar iis this districh upon both aides. of the Mur ray is the Albury Show. On show days thousands cross from Victoria by road and rail to ptroanise the great local gala. The assistance given from this side is of the friendliest character. Our Railway Commissionors run special trainis, and our Melbourne Customs, authorities aidnit that they strain the law, to allow Vic torian 'exhibits to be shown at. Albury -and reintrodiced to Victoria free of dut,. Oiir local -shire couiicil apply to the Govermonent and hIave Show Day ilide a ' ublic and banlk holiday. In every way, then, .the Victorian. bordur populatiion .orvidenco their belief that the show is not S merely na Albuy. toluwn, but it great borler, festival. Tlie' towli of Albury also of necessity bonoefits fr!pn this, Dresses and costumes are required for the occasion, and advalntage is taken of the ahow. visit to lay 'in district supplie...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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IS GRANYA A PARADISE? TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

; Tl' THiE EDTliF4Ar .Ar'.TIhe AE:fTINEL.. S. : i-Yoir. Urai.diyn. corroislpoudut .i • appiaruntly greatly grieved that I sholuld speak ti gooid.woril of.iho. town in which uvidiuutly hu;onsilders it a misfortune to d . ull. Perlips it is possible I may haveO oomitted ti.eiound thu praises of oemoi of lii frilend, or that 1 ,hiave spoken too Shighly'of those whom liurhalps hI did .not dieum such. However, there is.an old saying i '` SIpeuk o(f. a lmoi r.syou find SLhi.". Applllying this to places, 5s well ?L p~rsatis, I all bhound to verif. all thalt I " have sold. There areo othr country . clerics whoso etixpriJueu hn.l bieen precisely the iane its lily owni repratdig .(Grallya. .1 hlavi iiut with nothing but uunvarying htindness in the little..paradisu, amd,'.not Li ling heard the miit:cnlil state of aflhirs Sns depicted,)y your cisrespondent, 1 am bn)ouid to testify to',thlt kindoess. Of c,,r sourse;'Ldo.iot profesi to lhvo tihe iti lmate acuqlintri?lme with thle place as does yo...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. LICENSE APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

P. Gol uiilol, odUt . to .1.0.rcr y SoutIh. ·' t' P rir l·1 T' L0r Eli. { J1i. iitiii ifdidlii aLn C \;t i.i.. . Cruotr, ·~I-Irrni~l~ldbli ~,. SHi!4,81)~u.. ' ` ` iyiii' :fit,-1i . % 011 tti: Il ry Dintkh, trtI;. `.Cairallgll:t,=al :l:'li *y-(l! 'lroi.r ii t I ouo tSiluu Auoi I 'iliitil to Thos iuulaihi., ;Vycculii'b;-I I ii .1 r 1 )1 Amobrusio I Ptiinll to -Joo eaytitJlIOi tu 7.t.r ttv'o ir, \V. JltVoooi wlhio, U?'lr iji - I 0i$;:briportho'Il4'te, LlD.o il,. 3194% 'Or * J Soit th, talutuloiiioo40a 3r 1811 ~ichnao1ooluo~tiii~t1 tCnloo Cobic, I'28a 3r 1.0 1 )J.aiu, *.Ycknoladolu 1, 97at 2r" iiuiaiu ITiouaonsutulll, Jmogolhic, 310:0 2r 1Voi Di o~unud, \ooiooguiyg,.18Oa 2r hifiliouil (,nmuoo, DLdu'iuoig, Jilia 2i:.281i *Jail bi3iggl, Cudlgoii'a liii. Or lip.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

NEW :TA LO IG ESTABLI SHMJ1NT, w: i a .Tc utting LARGE" 4NI ENTIRELY NEW STOCK 'OF MATERIALS, 'To Compoto writh ?oy Tailoring Trade of eithor Sydney or Mllbourne. V.;O H.C.` hopes that with strict attodtiton. tp business, ond TURNING OUT REALLY . '(:00) an, d TYiLIS'It ITS, that he omay obtain a fair share of their estceccd s. ptreL ' e . . LADIES' RIDING :IHABITs AND GENTS' RIDING PANTS A S SPECIALITY, AND :SAT:I[SFAOCTION GUARANT.EED'. JOOJ.EYS' "lXOING PANTS AND COLO'S '. N'S M.IER0CIY, rA.TS,` &." -:. _*-, a All Goods Thoroughly Sh.runk. . II. CUTTING1 -NEXT DOOR TO C. L. CRIFFITIH AND CO., DEIAN STREET ALBURY. ,DEAN STREET, COHEN, A.LBURY BET)VEEN BANK OF AUSTRALASIA AND "BORDER POST" OFFICE), EsTnL.sur.o 1870, WAT MAK?KiERl, JEWELLER, & OPTICIAN, WTI HES to inform his numerous friends and patrons that he has y " always on hand a large and'choice seleotion of Gold and Silver •WATCHES, JEWELLERY, AND CLOCKS, All of the most unique and latest style, which for qual...

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ARREST FOR FALSE PRETENCES [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

ARIREST PFO FALSE .RETEM?VES Unwonted excite?tent was caused oi Friday evening in Albury by the arrest of J. C. Appleton, an architect, who hand only a few weeks before started the practice of his profession. Enquiries elicited the fact that Apploton had been tpprehlnded by Sergeant Brown on a chargo of false pretonces, or, specifically, of obtaining goods from G. A. Grant, of 45i Bourlke-street west, Melbourne, by means of a valueless cheqou for £56 s, uttered on July 5th last. Shortly after this date Appleton one to Albury, and introduced himself to several business people as an architect from 31olbourna desirous of opening in Albury. He then rented premises adjoining the establish scent of alr D'Alpuget, and the painters and decorators being got to work, the on no of tihe s now architect" was esmblasonud oi the panels in the most approred fashion. Ollice furniture being requisite, Apipleton paid a visit to Messrs T. H Mate ased Co., and beaseo indebted to the extont of neaorly £0...

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THE NEW COUNCILLOR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

THE NEW COUNCILLOR. TO TII1 EDITOR OF TIE SENTINEL. Sn,--By your issuo of last wuok, 1 notice that MIr John Iloyes took his seat nas theu now miombr. I wish to draw your atttouion to the foot, that the gcn tlomnun in question has' taken his sout illugally, and what he hns dlone at the council tablo is also illegal. I will refer you to the Local Govornmnnt Act, which diti,,otly providos that "1Oounoillors elected at the annual oluction cannot take theior soats until after the 19th August." This is a diffroent eolction from an extra ordinary olection. More muddlo for the happy famnily., What about the fivo diamonds in the shire council that Conn oillor Street talks of i-Yours, &u., nrerrravn. Wo learn that Dr. Oillospio, of Cur ryoag, will in all probability roturn to the ol country at an early dato,

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

SHIRE ELECTIONS. Yesterday was the day appointed for the holding of the various munici palelections throughout the colony. For the local parliament of Wodonga, things came to " truly a pretty pas,," as it will be ronembered that only one was nominated for the two vacant seats. IIn the neighboring shires of Towong and Yackaidandab, however, there were contests. * TOWONG SHIRE. For the Murray Riding, Mr Alex. Stewart, J.P., of Burrowye, onjoyed the luxury of a walk-ovoi. Mr Stewart hlas proved himself an able, energetic, and straightforward .repro sentative of his riding, and well deserved the compliment. In the Koetong riding, Mr Waldclemar Dyring, of Tallangatta, the retiring member, encountered an opponent in Mr R. Kiel, of Corryong, whu was induced to stand by a numberl of ratepayers belonging to -thel distriot at the head of the river. Tho.-returis: from the Tallangatta end, as might be ex pected, placo Mr Dyrinig co.nsiderably ahead of his opponent, and, despite the strong suppo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

Tho doalino of Romaii wa not , declineu to tako a drink; but the fill indioated that itlhid had enough. It is, said that kissing cures frccklo,' but, enya an oxhl:ngo, e'ory -rodheadiedl grl in t?le countly' knowebuttoi'.

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AN UNUSUAL OBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

AN UNUSUAL OBJECT. Irhat Purchaser.--" Soo hero, sir, didn't you say this horse was gentle 9" Horse Dealer-" Yes, sir." "You said he was used to locomnotives, bicycles, trmeaors, circus processions, en everything elso common o to Oity streota." "Yos, sir; I never know him to shy at an tthing." . '-Well I `want ny-u money .back The firsttimosl drove him he got frightonned, ran nwly, and smashed the ofico buggy." S"You don't say so? He must hlave seaon a moat lunusuael object to get,acared that way. What wIas it ?" " ea Ian molldinlg the Albury Trod.",

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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 13 August 1886

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE     The candidates were Messrs H. Richardson, of Gap Flat, and David Robinson, al Allen's Flat. The seat was vacated by Mr S. P Jessop, who declined to come forward again. The result is a comfortable majority for Mr Richardson. YACKANDANDAH RIDING Richardson. Robinson. Yackandandah ... 124 77 Allen's Flat ... ... 29 40 Upper Indigo... ... 30 18 Baranduda ... ... 8 23 Total ... ... 101 158

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