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OPEN DRAINS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

OPEN DRAINS.'' STO TE ýEDITOl:tO TOIl HRNTIIeL Si ,--'hioiinespopnaiblba fiIocIkii alfter the condition of our gl?ttoianl lld ft?itathie ?. I amn prom pteid to eak the queotion by the state of the .footpath'-.ladiilg pIut. theo Rnnait Cachollie Clirch! tnid the State ?hichll after the heavy ,rains during the wuok. Lconsider it nothing Iaa than disancmful to ha?,v ? to wald thrnough milud nearly 3 inches doeei, santlln by the want of a few Iloade.of.gravel. Andl,; Editor, ia'theroe no lair, to compel tiwnera of lirroerty from allnwving the drainage .olf theii land frominllowing over the footpathi aln tho Stateo shmool side of our main stroot. In fInoi, the ild?olorableo atucof tihe footpath is ainlialy lhai',reiltd, nftho, drainaga oilff thei Stato'e echoll and aril. iana Catholic Church groutnd; 'I I hopel tr ehliru aecre tary will tlihvoc thi cem.cil's aittention to theu mnddy condition of aillira, and at thoe eamne timoe the gutters would present.SCt novel and plainig iippearaneo ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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UNRULY CONDUCT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

UNRULY CONDUCT. TO TilE elDITIORl On TItIEF ,.TIkNEL. Srn,-I visit Wodonga ocensionlly, nod wont into tho Athoouuoin for then purposo ofhavlrig ai quiet read for lan hour or two the othlor night. I had not' been long seated whenl three or four young ladies. ntered; and tlthe plhet was at once turned into itporfect State school with the sound of tadking, giggling, anid laughing. I en dured it for half an liotnr, but os thore was no apploarnce of a stoplago of the noiso, I got oup iidisgust,ra gi rbod.tlfy-.Il, mod cleared ou?t; fully improssed with. the idea. tliattifthu tiitittutiin is to 'lie succeds Stho ,oinmnittee will hllve to erect at onco a suitable room 'for the young ladies to exert:their tongues in. Porhaps, MrI Editor, they will tal?b the hint.-Yours; c,;:, CooxstLC.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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WODONGA COUNTY COURT. FRIDAY, 22nd OCTOBER. (Before his Honor Judge Ch[?]mley). [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

1 WODONGA - CO UNT G01 U111. S(llutolore liis,l onor Julge CfI ",ley). W. Rhodes v Jas. ICoran ...... .. £1? 4 6 Saueu v ff. Sullivan ................. 5 10 - 0 Joseph Cattlin v Sarah Rhndeus 2.i 518. 0 J. M'Cully v Stanley and lMuir 22 1 '0O JainlesThvaites vO. JI.'larbour" 12 10 0 Wilson v Stailn?v and Maltr .....; 10 _ 8 J UDO1fF, T "8U131310\. E. Jrewll v \Vm. \alrren.. ......... .31 B 0 Jus t r.. a;. .· " Thus. ,J Murray v U. Wvilkinson "00,.0 0

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

T'LLAN'L.Gt '7'A JOTlTING?S.' (LByu' o'.r.) :Speiciltionils ritf regarding witi is to, bho tie ownew shirho ?crtohay. " Thero aio Sseved loal locappllic?oits, all. of course con fldoiit of sticess. It is whispered, though, that a curtain Mittnito, already" acting ill an 'official caphoity) to the shire, will ..be 'thle lucky applicant, boing backed by a section of thle couliil: o tihaltil.vriabily t carrintsout its i?tdhgaoa.- If??canvatf?aug a councillor by "n appllicant be considered, ia diarlualification, -t is but fair to assumel that one councillor attoempting toinfluenco Snotheor, souhld b considered doubly so. a:A. bachelor frien'd of itine, who was e watot ti whar a Inotts ioer ablocotntauelitco, owing to the unalccoustable loss of sox Ihe Was su bjo?ted to tn, each occasion that F le patroniseod his wiashIerPonain, presented Shimsealf to mo tihe other day witl abeaming oxpreosion'ab Ilia Ittlheirtoepolbegoilo plais. " hallo, old laon," said I, " what's, the matotter 1 save ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! { OR .Six Weeks Only! C. B. MERCER, . AVING'decided to RETlIRE flils BUSINESS in WODONGA, the whole of his " o " now said varied STOCK, lstely boughtI for cash in the Melbournoe markets, will e: ohtered to, the publir, regardless of coat, for SIX WEEKS ONLY. Come early I IRIS IS A PAVORABLE OPPORTUNITY FOR GETTING COrEAP BARGAINs AS TIlE STORE WILL BE CLOSED ABOUT THE 1sT OF DECEMBER. The S .. . S T O R E S ... .. - The. Stock cousist of Groceries, Iroumongery Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, Vases, Paper Hangings, atil Kerosene Lamps. BOOTS. A Choice Assortmon e (quite new) of Ladies', Children's, Meen's, and Boy's BOOTS and SHOES. . Will be sold cheap. DRAPERY Consists of Dress Pieces (in great variety), Cashnmeres, Merinoes, Wicneeys, Prints, Blankets, Flannels, Quilts, Towels, Calicoes, Cretonnes, Volheteens, Satins, Sarsinet, Lilies' Stays, Cardigan ,lackets, Hosiery, Gloves, Shirting, leartlh Rugs, anId other . GOOds too soltntrotls to elontioll. MEN'S A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

JOHN' G. WIGG, II1h11 STREIiT, WODOCGA, Wholesalo and Retail B UI T O. H H E R. e `'. oldesb?established Butchery' `in Wodog .. ':blEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on band. RIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. 3IICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND Farrier, "EGS to return thanks to his customers for the liberal patronago they have 'bestowed on hiun, and hopes by strict ;attention ,to business to merit a con ,tintuance. Address--lnmo street, near Railh?ay 'Goods Sheds. WVodongc. FRIDOLF JOHNSON, PLUMBER & TINSMITH,;. .I1IGH ' STREET, WODONGA, B EGS to annecotlhat has opendd a. Tinsmith's Shop in the proliess lately used as Tilm S?TrISI. Office. 'TANKS! TANKS! 1TAKS ! All sizes made to older. Baths '! -Baths I Baths ! Every description of TINWARE ndo to, 'order, and kept in stock. ; Orders by pest punctually attended to.,, MTUSIC.! (MUSICI ;IMUSIC II Professor 'L; Iverson (Of the \ iemia Conservatoire of Music), Visits 'ODONGA on Wednesdays aind Saturdays. .Addrcs-Allen's Terminus Hotel. ...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

AIBSl'AU Tr 0' SALESB Y B A1UCT'.TION. MosnDA, A .25lth Oromait.-Doulharty, , Son, and Parker, by ordUr of Mr P. Street, will oell it tho rnilway stntion 500 acrus of fruehold land, at Lonuova, .with ,',conmfrtiblo .dwellinghouio, R- ' bles, &i. MaIuAY, 2)thi OCTOIII.IR. - Dougharty, Son, aind Parkor's fortnigltly Imarket. TuEf Y, 26(ith Ocrouatn.-- Meossa C. L.; Grillith and Co. will sell, at Blank 6f Victoria, Wodonga, Mr D. Mackay's. furLiituro and oruects. WVED.NESIY 27r'[ OTronBit.--Mesrs' 0. L. Grilliths and Co.'s Albilry Market. FinloAy, 2llth Oucroim.i.--MeasrS Ilichard Gibson and Co. will sell 700 lead of cattle nt their yards, Wodonga. FlItto, 5th Nov?ntut:.-Douaglmrty Sul, anld Parker will sell, at Now market, Mr John Voico's champion hord of Jorsuy cattle. TlIUIsimAY land FlilnlA, 11th andl 12thl Nov.olumt.-Mesaar C. L. GrillLtli Imul Co. a Cindal Splueial Holoru Sale. TIuisniAY anud EinliAV, 25th land 20thl NoVEfMBn?it.-lChoaery Trou. will hold Ia gtknud ildo of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

"*VTANTED,. ia good GENEIRAL SER. VN V VANT; references required. Apply 1 Railway Refreslunent Raoins, Wodonga. r O CATTLE DEALERS and OTHERS. - --To LET, 240 ACRES. : Splendid grass in?"two paddocks. One paddhock within five milnutes''ralk of Saleyards, SWodonga. E. DAVIS, \1odonga.. rI tESSal? NC,.-Mliss O'LOUGHLIN t . is prep:aredo to'exceuto all orders at a moderato rates. Adlress--Ilovell street, W \odong. U ILL-.l'OS'rING.-Orders carefaully at I-J.J, tended" to by the unulersigned,'ly leaving them atIt '' STIA.Ia. Offlice... , Mh . IGOLlING,.mloonga ' t .For Positive Sale. IHILL'S CENTRAL -IOTEL,, f IETHANGA. ... T 1HIS HOTEL offers a splendid chance to lthose looking for il good living, (1 hoing the leading hotel in this napidly. rising township, and the largest. Pro porty conisists of two freohold allotniooits of land, with hotel and kitchen, coitain 1 ing twenty rooms, also substantial stables leased to Cr~wford and Co. ;The proprietor lhts determined to sell, i as his occu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

riTO STAND THIS SEASON at TADBetlmnga. The Thoroughbred 1ors0e. . 0 U M B E 0, .ON A:.A 3By$0"Glorio's' (inhip.); dam Misis Wasp, by Princedo. Vllian, dci Queen, by Peteur Finn (imp.) Uombooroona i0. hay, six years old, stand inllg 101 hands high, with great hone and sulistnice, andl 'hats proved limself a - good horse on the turf, and is admitted by good jud",es to be one of tile Inndlsonest horses. in teo district. Terms-£2 if mares led; £3 if paddocked. Mares must be reloved by Ist Jonuuary, 1SS7, or a charge of 2s lid per week will be nlade for agistmlIen)t. Goo(0d and securo paddocks provided on tile Murray, and every care taenboo, but no responsibility. GEU. OSB1ORNE. rg|0 +STAND THIS SEASON AT S BONEoILLA ESTATE,. the Thoroughbred Horse.o, THE PROFESSOR, B: FIREWORKS, dan The Proposition S(ip.), by Colsterdale. Fireworks by Kelpio (imp.), his 1dam Gaslight (imp.), bly Sir Hercules.--(So Stud Book, vol. 1, page 200.) 'lThe I'rofessor, lamongst his many per formtnlincs, won the...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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UPPER MURRAY ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

UPPEfR MfUIIIIA Y'ECIOR U .{ ' ' (FRiaO A OlC sroEPNDeNTr:) - Though it was, inobtl n y intention to trouble .your prltier for. i timeu, boing . ratier busy., and otUlerwise urgently : engaged' i thb ivork of liy calling, yet I cannot neglecttlhe honor done mu by It renowned "Bragwell,". who. kindly took Snotice.of my. prUvious ofi'rts and corm" lenntc:1 thereon, without senoe noknow 'le ldgmnunt on my finrt. But I muist of necessity hu brief.. I must also frankly d: iit,'at the outset, tluhat I canltot ontor into :any future controversy with the clover and no doubt very learned scribe of lioth santirical rhyiuo and murriloais rprose buffeonery, because I could not .cunpoto with his superior knowledge, which s u to me to i bo t lie far above, that of ordiniary, ortlds. Now,. '' Bragieull" S islhes to kiow how I canle to lasmme the imposing . titular hendhig of '.Upper Murray ilhoes." He thinks, perlhups, :: that I pilfered it from the groat literary geanius, ":"OA.S." I may inform h...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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SHOT DEAD BY HIS BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

SHOT DEAD BY HIS BROTHER.     A magisterial enquiry into circumstances connected with the death of George James Porter, who was shot at the Everton rifle butts on Saturday, was conducted at Everton, on Monday afternoon by Mr Jonathan Thos. Bell, J.P. ccSergeant Duncan, of Benalla, watched the proceedings on behalf of the Crown. The following evidence was adduced:- William Walter Gunn deposod-Am a farmer and reside at Evertem. Have seen the body now lying here. It is the body of George James Porter. Last saw him alive at the Everton rifle butts about five o'clock an Saturday last. Was practising at the rifle butts. Was present wehn the deceased was shot. he was marking the shots at the target. There were six members of the Everton Rifle Club, in- cluding the deceased, present. Copies of the rules of the formation of rifle clubs were distributed amongst the members. The club has never held any particular officer responsible for anything in connec- tion with t...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!"—MILTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

"Awake! Ariso! Or be for ever fallen!" --4nLTOS, . FRIDA 1r, OCTOBER 22, 188s . IT is, we think, about tniee something was heard by way of fulfilment of the 'promise made by the Railway Conm inissioners to Mr PFTER ·WRIoIIT, 1 M.L.A., in August last tliit'in a few 1 months tenders woild be called for the I construction.: of thie WVodoga-Tallac gatta line. ,The calling for tenders for 1 this piece of work has, goodlness I knows, been already put oif too long and too often, without suljecting the inhlabitaitts of the Upper Murray and Mitta Mitta districts to any further disappointment. While the construe tion of other lines in various parts' of the. colony, has beenl conumnenced -in ianiiiy instances, \ too, where there is very little prospect of the undertaking. paying more than grease for the wheels -this work ihas been deferred, and all in spite of the most persistent agitatioun oli the iart of the residents of the dis tricts mentioned.. Public meeting has followedipublic meeting,a...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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FOUND DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 22 October 1886

FOUND DROWNED A magisterial enquiry was held on the 13th instant, conducted by Mr. S. P. Jessop, J.P., touching the death of Robert Bowran, farmer, of Allan's Flat. Elizabeth Bowran, Allan's Flat, de- posed - Am a daughter of deceased, and resided with him. Saw my father alive at ten o'clock on Tuesday morning, 12th in- stant. He was then in a shed. Enquired   what he was going to do. He replied that   he was going to weigh some oats. Asked him to come down to the house and have a cup of tea. He demured, on account of Mrs Paull being there. He had been drinking and was ill from its effects, and we were all anxious about him in conse- quence. He had been a total absainer     for about twelve months, except upon one     occasion, in Albury, when he was ill. He left the shed, asking me to leave him alone, and went into the lane. That was the last time I saw him alive. By Senior-constable Carroll-On a for- mer...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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A PUGILISTIC SALVATIONIST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886

Aý PUGlTL iC saiValONIST. TO TOid 11ItuTOI OF' Till SENTINEL. Sir.--Iwa a a littlo'surprised to hid i .your laost i1cuo that t no ieliti ou paI 111to of what I ?allioL but (donsigoatu 11 it Cow- l ardlv arsult oml thu lpart of ait niUlhOr of thul lvattionl Army upon ia young lad, not l ,monu lion ton' yelis old. Ouo day lalst weuk h th boy wtta lrkhgin inl theu nuiglh" bou rhood of the boarraoks i colpattly with .L nutbur of tlher lath of about his owon Tge; atll thu little gtllos of thllo? juovnilus , hlich were not nearly so ilschivouas as thor of the rlolloul? ,hack laNrkSway - o--so Itlged L piaous (i) Salvationio t that tn " ni ti ndrititeI'Utd it violent blow to to olto of thl boy?. TitU poor little follow , 01 ca.plutly stu |tud l n tllht oteelt. The parents of thO h1ad contumlnlatOd itaking S roce.ing. tigainl Ilo cawartlly Isaiilant, ut i Imelievo presuturo wlls broeglit toblati to illdluo0 tholn to withdralw thle snnlolonli, anti' e"" " tltrtyi tol thi Ildviu of the police...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886

STOK REWPOR'S. Messrs Chas. L. Griffith and Co,, report holding their usual fortnightly market on Wednesday last, at which the ttendanlce of buyers was very largo, prices on thai whole being very santisfactory, a complotd clearance be ng effected. Cattle-500 yarded,over one fourth of which consisted of useful to prime beef, the remainder setres. Bost pens cows to L8 15si heat pens bullouks to LD; odd beasts to L12 17s 6d, showing a reduction on previous rates; store bullocks (small but in fresh con dition) to L6 Is, Mixed cattle at very full rates, the demand for stores being very brisk. COnlves -- We sold 15 for Mlessrs H. -I. Patterson, J. Williams, and others, lfro L1 15s to L3 10s. Shlop 4500 yarded, mostly shorn (ono lot of 3000 oolly sheeop lioing unable to reach miarket in tieo), one fourth of which consisted of ,usoful mutton, the balance mixed stores: Best]v ethiers in (shorn) nado7e-sd, storo'wethors hs 8d; fat owes 5; woolly owes to 7s 7d; young sheep mixed sexes shorn 4s...

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886

T1T. BRAG WELL P4?PERS, Alas, and alas! I am overpowered, crushed, quenched, and epifiicatud gene rally. The long winded trumpeter of ," Upper Murray Echoes," rising in all tlhe terrible majesty of offenled groutness, has struck aJove-liko attitude, and with fiorce dtotermiiation to ' Slay and sa?are not,' hoe has shot forth the thunderbolts of his wrath with as muchl offect as if tile explo sion oere produced by a-- penny popgun. First atl foremost, lot me observe that this would-bo literary oracle has alto gotihor " shelveod " mlly brief arguments in favor of Corryong railway and wsater sup. ply, simply because he is unable to answer them, and, making one suporhuman cffort to be " satirical," Ie tmakes frantic on deavors to trip up yours truly, Bullt it won't do, `' U.1,I.E," and whlile I hope that your exertions have not loft you on tirely prostrato, lot me cotnfidentially whis per in your ear that for some little time to come you must Iheo conte to rank as a tyro in the art of l...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND AT CORRYONG. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886

CURCR OFE NGLAND AT CORRY ONC "7 TO:TIIE EDITOR OF THE SE$TIl:EL. " Stir,-The recent correspondence in your esteemed journal between the Church of EsJgland clergy of the district and the contributor of the " Upper Murray Ecloes" respecting the now church to be erected at Corryong induces me to make a few re marks on the subject. Mr Drvwett,' the incumnbent, has undoubtedly the privilege, it his position as superintending clergyman, to exercise all his power and influence to further his church in this scattered district, and to inicrease its usefulness to the utmost extent, ahid which, as a resident, I must praise, and'I add the hope that the new church will prove a blessing, not only to the present, but also to the cotring, genera tion. A building or hall used for mll pur. poses-amutsemnets, the direction of law and order, the disposal and distribution of Iands and chattels, is not a fit place for divine service. But nevertheless the rebuke and censure levelled at your contributor o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886

SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! FOR Six. Weeks Only! C. B. MERCER, 4 AVINC decidel to RETIRE frdn 1BUSITESS in WODONGA, tihe wholo of his 11-new and variedl STOCK, lately bought for cash in the Melbohurne markets, will i pifferd . tIe tlo public, regardlcss of cost, for SiX WEEKS ONLY, Cotso egrly l T1'il IS A FAV.ORATI, LE OPPORTUNITY %FOR GETTING OHEAP BARGAIIS, A:· TIE STORE WILL BE CLOSED ABOUT THIE 11r OF DEOEMBER, STORES... The Stock consists of Grmceries, Ironaollogry Tlitnare, Orookoty, (1lassszIre, Yase ,.Paper Hangings, aniI Keroaezo Lamps, BOOTS. * A Choice Assortment (quite now) of Ladiss', Childron's, Moaens, glid Roy's HOOTS ,sn SHOES.. Will hi0 sold clhcap. DRAPERY Consists of Dress Pieces (in groat variety), Cashtoeres, IMerinocs, Wincoys, Prints, DBlankets, Flannels, Quilts, Towels, Calico q Crotonnes, Velvetoons, Satius, Sarsinet, Ladies' Stays, Cardigan Jackets, Hosiery, cGloves, Shirtigg, Hearthi Rugs, and othilier Go.odq tqo, gunnoroqu to mention. MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOT...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886

::lJOHN G. WIGG-, !.o : STIniT, WODOeGA, Wh'olesalo and Retail, ": BU T C H E R. ' Te oldest-catablished. Butchery in . Wodonga. MEATS of BEST QUALITY Always on hand. IHIDES and SKINS PURCHASED. 'MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND S Farrier, EGS to return tlinkle to hlis customers r :for theoliberal patronaigo they havo bestowed .on him, and' hopes by strict, . attention to business to merit a con S :tinuance.- o Addredis-~sHumc street, near Railway G': iods Sledl. Wodonig,?: ,FRIDOLF.', JOHNSON, . PLUMBER &8.TINSMITH, .' HIGRH- 'STREET,'" >.'WODONGA, "11EGS to aniiounce that he has opened a ' Tinsmith's Shop iii the preniseas lately S- used as TIeE SENTI?EL Ofiice. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes mado to order. ,Baths I Baiths 1 Baths i S'Every description of TINWARE made to .order, and kept in stook. ! . ; ;.Orders by, post punctually attenided to. , USIC t MUSIC II' MUSIC II Professor. L. 'Iverson (Of the i ienna Coinsorv?toiro of Musio), Veisits ? ODON?A on Wednes...

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INTERCOLONIAL NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886

--ciu--- · 'i; . a Chiltern cttrre.i4i.l tl .?tileo. t eodti c l ny leag:p: : p? lilt . fil ost iti th f'lollowing re i- iark thu gr?aw injlst tice thduit wiiich the Victocriatn bur?rr.pros.aibor:i.t-p < "S;time thrietit four si1est yearna Sigo we - snrstieud itn gttingl rid of:one Of those ' t:i iatrnits ianomAlies which talru t mitet mo 0: uilpseit lsy. in a socllud I)Psrotectionist nsitc-?) .ik ierptoiy tirio'had tlo'seywoulid in a?': t' trdliii:rily' well.govorwaed 'contsutsuity: Ve atlkhle to the itshjuiof theI amounst ti ? to .aidt i ' ?i r usy 'dcsuiunduad for the : s.tage bf newspapurs .front icti~e ii " tou New SouthWales. At lthattitiu , aslthuongh' ::!. . : l;epstaotu aln o Vuctrin.o tlwslOiprit irshai t blen rdtLucdl to eon lhlfpiennty per copy, -yeltlihe sij;iulrity exited 'that if directed to tay partof Now South Wales thelsunt: fl' oit ponrnyler copy had tlboj pasid in ,",'_" .i 'pstage : :Toe e tircurtntance was \tuido particularly singulau fron' the fait ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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