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GAZETTE NOTICES. COUNTY COURT FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

SGAZRTTR 'NOTICES, . COUOTY COURT FxXTUwtSY. Yaokruidandah-Dth Octabor \Vdongii-22id Qotobor. Corn MzNz~o LY.Aso DSCLAIIOD VOID, Boocawurth District-Yookandondnh Division. -T. Harvoy, 6a Or 18ip,.Yaokan. unndnh Crook, LEARER APPROVED, Jose PnPkor, '4hlong, 31ni Or 3p John Frederick, Towcog, :lOa 3r 10p John ', WVoltdon; riloarong, 4)a 3r lip. GTRANT AimooRln. H. J. StoIloy, Koolarngio, 10n Or 38p JameoO CaOmpbel, r BP 1 3r 24p,

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

UPPE? I'UiURRAY BS'OES. (FROM A CORltEsPONDENT.) Fine weather continues;'and vegetable gardens would be benefited' by an occa sional shower. With all our pretended humility and thankfulness of favors be. stowed, we still remain the same in satiablo human beings, continually crying out for more. Nevertheless, it is astonish ing how the water of all the late copious rains is so rapidly absorbed by the land a proof of the thorough exhaustion of the ground of all moisture, from a succession of extremely droughty years. It is with great caution that I venture on religious subjects, but it is rather sur prising how of Into the Upper Murray. district, and in particular Corryong, has been so liberally, tenderly, and watchftilly taken in haild by many and various - ministers of religion. Some time back - scarcoly'any notice of this district was.. taken, by churchmon. A, Church "of England minister would occasionally pay us a visit three 'or four, times a, year,:, which was considered'quito s...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

S BSTRAOT, OF 8A1LES BY A UCTION. Mohn;ov, .11th Ooronlc.-Dougharty, Son, and Parker's fortnightly market -fat and Store cattle, fat and store sheep. WEDNESDAY, 13th OOTOamn.-C. L. Griffllith and Co., Albury market,. Albury-fat and store cattle, fat and st6ro'he p . WIEDNESDAY, 13th OarooE.--Mneasra O. L. Griffith and Co., at Albury market, 1400 head store bullooks. MfosDAY, 18th OoTon.-Dougharty, Son, and Parker will sell at Wodonga Railway Station 235 acres of rich agricultural and grazing land, at Sandy Creek, belonging to -Mr Mf. W,. Minoguo. MOoNAY, .25th oroEcn.-Dougharty, Son, and Parker, by order of Ir- P.: Street,; ill sell at the railway station 550 acres of froehold land, at Lonova, with • comfortable dweollinghoue, stables, ec.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

HORSE PARADE; In conne',ion with their qgarterlyhorse sale yesterday, Mesars Dougharty, Suo, and Parker, hld a'horse'paerado at thair yards. Tihe parade was ineaguraeted lasb year ?by the same' firm, but the prizes have this year been increased in value, 22 guineas being now given away. The number of entries was not very large-a result due no doubt to the uninviting nature of the weather, which also inter fered with the attendance of spectators. For the best draught stallion-first prize, LL 4s, second L2 2s-five horses were ehown, including such animals as Mr J. M'Koy's Farmer (who looked as pink as ever), King Billy, Star of Hope, Morriman, and Young Champion. The prize was finally awarded to Farmer, second honors falling to Young Champion. The others were never in it. The exhibi tion of blood stallions was excellent, although not very numerous. Mr J. Law son's Quambone, a stylish-looking animal, deservedly took tirst prize for blood stallion, and Mr M. Mitchell's Helmet was second...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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A DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

A DENIAL. TO TE EDI1TO1I OF TIT sE5TINEL. Suit,-Amongst the corrcspondenco redad at the last imeeting of the Wodonga Shire Council, and published in your iast1' laim, is' document from B. K. Schoaemker, the inference from which is that he has pi(d me at the rate of Is per head for por mitting his cattle to go through my pad docks. Now,, the curious fact is, that Mr Schoemakor has'nocattle at all depasturing in his paddock at Bouegilla,nor has he any other animal, if we acopt a few goats. Consequently, how he could havoover paid me a single shilling for the permit in lueslion, is moore than I can understand. He never did so. Mr Thomas Kerley, residing in Albury, has had the use of the paddock that Schbomaker now claims for about two years, and he seemas to have oenjoyed the oexlhive use of it during that time.` Mr Kerley has during all that time driven his cattle through my' paddock whenever he required to do eo, withop! over paying a solitary ferthing, or oven once asking for mny pe...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

Russia Ia incrasing ii? population fasito"' than any ot>ir Euiropai country.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

Tailoring0 S. g.' DINMORE HAS OPENED, Ssend `is Ready, to. Execute All Orders. .": :: TIlE STOCK, IS'SE ?EOTED FROM THEP : TMOST FASHIONABLE GOODS OBTAINABLE, AN.D 0 TILE VERY FINEST QUALITY. HlE V OR11 f \YILL BE DONE -IN COLLINS STREET (MELBOURNE) . TERMS ~~--POIIVL CASH TIIS ESTABLISHIfMNT WILL E; MANAGED BY A REALLY FIRST TA:TI:OEYCLASS CUFIER ANDSTATILOR SPEIALLY ENGAGED.: -TIOE, lNO GENTLEMAN NEED. GO TO :MELBOURNE IAND PAY A HIGHER . PRIOCE, AND FREQUENTLY BE DISAPPOINTED IN FIT. All Goods Double Shrunk. TERMS-POSITIVELY CASH. ':SYDNEY STREET, WODONGA. STATIONERY i STATIONERY! STATIONERY! T C:Of every Description for SaIe" ' " . :+;- s + ? - A T - T H E ` S. NTIEL OFFICE. Besti ' ::B Quality' and at Lowest Rates. NEW TAILORI NG ESTA BLISHMENT,u i 0W. C. H' l~utting .... Bogs respectfully to call theo attention of tho Residonts of Wodonga and District that he is now prepared,-with a LARGE AND ENTIRELY NEW :STOCK OF MATERIALS, To Compete with any Tailoring Trade of eitlher Sydn...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TINTALDRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

TINTALDRA RACES. The foilowing are the nominations for the Tintaldra races to bo. run on the 4th' and 5th Novombar : : T·INTALDIA IIANDIOAP. Lapwing : Albin: IMiss Allan Bonny Choster .Rior Bolloe Snowdrop . nvictu? .Abuse K.ing Alphonsoe Coolabah Coolamin . Sunbeam.: ". v;-Fi LmoN'HANDIQ&P. ,; Lupoleg * Alertb Ailbin : :,Mis.Allr?b BoinyCOhor:str Roversion "Ennut River Belle' 8ibwilrop Invictus , Sy Vronica -i . Abuse King Alphonso. .Coolabalh Sunbannt, S LADIES' BRAOLET. . "Mise Allan Bo. nny. Ohoator Pretty Polly Snowdrop Inviotus Veronica King Alphonso Cooltbah.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

TO STAND THIS SEASON .at Bethanga. The Thoroughbred Horse 0- -B. ER 0 0NA By glorious (imp,), da?n Miss ? Wa?p, i. S..Princo WVllham, daoe Queie, by Peter Cumboraona is a bay, six years old, stand. i=U .l ?hidnsl I, Igh, wil"th rat" boo and asittstasice, and has proicid iil0solf' a good horse so; tihe turf, and is ridmitted by good judges,to :beoone of. the Itas;dsomesut horses in the district; :. •".Terni8--£2fif mares led; £$ if paddocked! :7Mares most be removed by 1st Januaryi 1887, od.a olhargo of 2s 6d per week will be mado for tigistment. Good and sectlrO paddocks provided on the Mluriay aunit every care taken,, bdt no respotisibilty. GEO. OSBORNE. TO STAND THIS" SEASON AT BONEGLLLJA "ESTATE, the Thoroughbred Horse, THE PROFESSOR,; By FIREWORKS, damn The Propositioni (imp.), by Colsterdalo. Fireworks by Rolpie (imp.), his idant Gasliglit (htilp), bv Sir Hercules.-- (See Stud Book, vol1 1, page 2-9.) Th Pl'roflssor, amongst his onuiy per: forimsecs, ; woi the. Kensington Trial...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

.:ti··' Fiýe ;fro itoJol\·]lbit! yio1 L~rl' Snul,1 :ldstlnin i eOdtlilltUcs i~t nbeul t 91Y bIushoBls ty tl~o wry. Ati I'uiporigleul~nsoj L lpooepsthp fnrsli. btil of e opoobgl1 corps' of troops for t"hs ¢ e sous1,srbe5rad:" ooncorltng c1r-ie ua1o l oa l~erlC iIb- ho comported' of j ,uogd9,tlhoatpr' f u)Y1n 'gnd sgpuror plisic, it oudor tf reicnse e Lbrgs number p~f tie; lb the resuies as ), frot this not g s~tý'tills esy eury icr;

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

THE BRAGIWELL PAP PS. -4-~-- The Corryong busy season is about to set in. A State school picnic, Oddfollows' sports and ball to follow, together with a couple of lectures shortly to be given, are the first items on the fine weather pro. gramme, so that you see we are beginning to shako off our winter lethargy, and creep forth into the sunshine of pleasurable en. joymehtt. I have at times been immensely tickled with the somewhat cynical lucubra" tions of one of your correspondents who writes under the imposing titular heading of " Uper Murray Echoes." I often wonder in what part of the district this local Diogenes has planted his tub II wonder, too, in what particular sphere of local publio life he lives and moves, or whether in any such sphere he his any existence. And I sometimes wonder whether he has been crossed in love, or cheated out of a legacy, or whether he is bilious, or afflicted with dyspepsia, tic-doloreux, St. Vitus' dance,. or any other nerve-shaking complaint I All th...

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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. (Br KANT.) A full council meeting on Tuesday, and yet no vacancies filled. WVly is this thus? Alas II can't toll. It appears that some legal hitch occurred-some misinterpretation of the Local Govorn mont Act. Hence no appointment. Scarlott was in grand form; .Stewart, practical; Robinson, silent; Carkeek, suave; Dyring, philosophical; Paton, autocratic; Larson, stoic; Thomson, dead head; and the president, like St. Paul, "All things," &c. The appointment of officors to the shire has been postponed until a date suitable to the councillors. I wonder if those estimablo gentry-the shiro council ag glomeration-consider themselves indi vidually, or the ratopayers, their masters, when quibbling and quilping over affairs that should of right be decided by a coterie of old women, Toal v Moscrop, Moscrop v Teal, cropped op again. "I swear, thou swears't, he, she, or it'swearest;" and so forth. Yet, despite the swearing, naught resulted, What a pity 'tis that two ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

TOFOIVOG Y HIRE COUNC'IL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Towong Shire council waslheld on .Tues. day in the Shire-hall. Proesnt-Cra. Dobinson (president), Carkeek, Paton, Dyring, Larson, Robinson, Thompson, Stewart and Scarlott. MINUTES,. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRES'PONDENCE. From the Uicdor-treasurer, advising that the amount of £2003 Os Od, referred to in tie secretary's letter of the 11th September, had been passed for payment. -Received. From the Secretary for Lands, request ing tobe informed if a road exchange had taken place in the parish of Towong, ad joining the holding of J. Whitehead, as 'shown on an attached tracing.-Reo ceived. From the same, asking what portion of the land situated betwooeen Wordsworth's 10th see. license, and the road west of the Walwa P.R. in the parish of VWalwa, is 'reqUired for road purposes by the coun. cil.-Received. Front the same, stating, in reply to the council's communication, thait enquiry would ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

The bast mndioiln" knowi is SA.DEIL and SaOeR' EUcOLYtrrl E1XTRAr. 'oat its oeinent powerful alfeots in coughs,. colds, iniluonza; the relief ie iustantanteou. In serious cases, and ncoidents of nil kinds, be they wounds, burns, scaldilgs, brnises, sprains. it is the safestromatdy-uoswellitg- .noillntamation. Like surprising effots produced in croup, diphtherla, bronchitia, nflannmation of the lungs, swalliugs, . ,l& diarrhnua, dysentery, discatses oflthe kidneys ntd urinary organs. In use at hospitals ld medntical clinics oil over tiltse gloho; patronlsed by His hMajesty the King of Italyt crowned with modal. at d diplomar at International Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust In this approved urtiulo, and reject all others, YW ANTED, smart, intelligent BOY, as SAPPRENTICE to tih printing. Apply Tir SENTINEL Office. Poison LAID in my paddocks, at Lonova. T0. S. MANNS. D RESSMAKING.-Miss O'.LOUGILIN 1 is prepared to executo all orders at moderate rates. Address-HIovell street, Wodong...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

JOHN G. WIGG, 1a1i STaeri, WYonoNoA, Whlelesnle and Retail B.U T C H E R. Tlhe oldeot.establishcd Butchery in Wodonga. MEATS, of "BEST .QUALITY Always on hand. "r+6.Snmall Goods eofevery deAsrlption.• MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND Far'rier, BEGS to return thanks to his customers for the liberal patronago they have 'beoatowed on him, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a con tinuannce. - Address-Humo street, near Railway Goods Sheds. Wodonge. FRIDOLF . JOHNSON, PLUMBER &.TINSMITH, HIGH . STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to announce that he has, opened, a Tinsmnitha's Shop in the promises lately used as TilE SBENTNEL Oflice. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths I Baths I Baths I Eveary' decrlption of TINWARE made to order, and keptin 'stock. ' Orders by post punctually'attended to; USIC I "IUSIC t , 1USICi I Professor L Iverson (Of the \ ienna Conservatoire of Muslc), Visits 'WODONGA on Wednesdays andil Saturdays. Addres-Allen's Terminus Hotel. "Li...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake ! Arise ! Or be for ever fallen !" —MILTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

tob tign s& ot otg fhtctig itl. "Awake ! Arise I Or be for ever fallen I" -Metros. FRIDAY, OCTOBER s, 1SS. IT has been announced by Lord SALISBURY, in the House of Lords, that the policy of his Government will be to establish a peasant proprietary in Ireland. It has also been stated by the Marquis in the House of Lords, and Lord RAnDoLPr COsuncomLr, in the House of Commons, that a Royal Commission will be appointed to enquire into the land question of the whole kingdom; and emphasis has been given to those statements by the Royal Speech, stating, in effect, that this commission will be appointed during the. recess. ,If the Imperial Govern ment is sincere in its intentions, there will be no danger of any more moves to disturb the integrity of the union, as the sdrest .way to put down' agitation for Tiome- Rule in Ireland, and i anni Ihildte dissatisfaction in England, Scot land, ancd Wales is to take. the land question vigorously by the horns, and give those persons who are t...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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YACKANDANDAH JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 8 October 1886

YACKANDANDAH JOTTINGS.     Messrs R. H. Shakespeare, R. Ford, and Walker (members of the Sludge Board) with their secretary, Mr Rowan, and Mr H. Davidson, district mining surveyor, arrived here on Saturday last. They were met by Mr Shire Secretary Molyneux Messrs Smart and Mongan, M.M.B., and Mr Samuel Jessop, J.P., and escorted to the principal sluicing claims on Yackan- dandah and Clear Creeks. On Tuesday the same gentlemen returned and in- spected Rowdy Flat, Pettiford's Hill, Osborne's, Allan's and Staghorn Flats,     collecting bottles of creek water at different points, visiting Mr Huron's boring party and following and examining the creek down to the eastern boundary of Mr M'Comb's pre-emptive, thence to   Kiewa, en route to Snowy Creek. The members of the Sludge Board are well- known and experienced engineers, and some interesting information was elicited. For instance, it was found that Yackan- dandan Creek Br...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. GRANT APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 October 1886

GA%1ZB'JWJ NOT\ICES. GIANT ArPPROVED. -" F; Bacldrnus, Ia Or 39p,. Yaikandnldah.. Lt:,tWihra rruovan ';. John~b~urpiyp, 12Oa.2K2Op, 'XalgarIIo Josuiplh Stewart, 275a 2r 2Op, Bulliol Palmia Jonnkins, 134a 2r lOp, W\'a;; George W~ilkinson, 30a Ir 18p, WVugra.

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TINTALDRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 October 1886

, TINfTALDR IRISA S. . IThe fgllpowing -weights have boon do claroed in connootlon-- aiti the lliitiiiijial meeting, to be hold on Thursday and Friday;;4th and 5tl',Novomber : S2'" r TIos.tLD? H.ONSiCtI'. I C. Wheeler's ch liii Abiso 4 yras 0 0 J, Lloyd's b glnyitus. 5yrs.(.; . . 712 J. Evans' cihg Beonnlo Clibato, 5 yras 7 10 C;,\Wheolor's g hI: King; lpopsso, 5 T. B. Whiatrls' cli g'Lpwing, aged .., 7 0 J. Lloyd's g min Snowdrop yll s ... 7 0 ,-Pierce's b g Coolahah, 4yra ... 7 ..3 paton']ljoi.' b f Rioh'r Belle 3 yrs ..2 7 3 T+ $\'hitoliea'd's ohl Ii Albin, aged o.• 7 ' 2d JitsTainiisi'gim'Mis'Allah, agedl '.:.' 7 0 'T. Pierce's g g Coolanin, 3 yrs .. 0 0 ' I YO IIN ANDIOI'. C. WliJeler's clh I Abuse, 4 ys. ... 0 J. Lloyd's b g Inviotus, 5 yrs .. 8 2 J. Evans' ch g Bonnio Chester, 5.yrs; ,8 2 T. Sheather's I i Ennuti, 5 yLr' '7 12 J. Cullen's oh g Sunbeam, O yrs .. 7 12 PiatotfBros'. b Riveor Belle, 3 yrs ... 7 10 Jas. lMoons' g in'siss Allan, aged ... 7 ' J: l'iore'.'',Coolalial...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 15 October 1886

ALBURY MAARKET. ' Issrs Cluis. L. Griffith end Co. report' looldiugl.thoir. usual fortiiglUhly nmarkht, it: their Albury Yards, on. \'ednesday list, at which there was' ai lRirte attendanuce bf buyers, including a number of distance buyers from Victoria. ICattle-l] 500.yarded, including'1100 store bullocks from Queeidcs lhind. 'i he'lialaneo consisted 6f fat' cattle lind lociilrol ts frifiifxd tores: '\Vo 0 olil: Best bullocks, to Lll 10s; best cows, to LO .lfs; storl bulldoks,.ihl sood travelling condi tion, at lower prices; store cows,;to L4 s; yoing mixed cattle,; at?.very .full rates. Salves-.20 yarded,. and, sold for different owners froir Ll L5 5s; one.lot averaging L3 6s Od. Prices on tle whole were first:class. Sheep-1000 yarded,- mostly stores; ins tlh wool. : We sold-Store ewes, with lambs eit foot,: Os Id;: wethers in wool (of inferior quality), (Is to 7s 'i1; mixed. hoggets, in wool (small), to is Id, tile prices being very satisfactory for the class of sheep in.. horses...

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