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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886
lITeO' STAND "TIS SEASON~ o L Bcthang n. e Tlhe Tliihorobughbrcd Horse - S0.U .\I:B1 E:.R :;0. ON A ]st ly Glosious (imps.), dam Miss Wasp,' by ill rice WiYlliila, datu Queen, iy:.Petoe 3'" Finn (imp.) 1 . lit CutnbeLroluu is a bay, six years old, stland 5e ting ?I lihands high, with great. boull and to. allstance, and has proved himself a Bgoo, 311' hors otn the turf, anll is adnmittedtly good td judges to be one of thl hatndsooust horses illtithe district.' : Termls--S if anares led: £3 if paddocked 1la res 'mllasth 'e removed by'" st Januallry i 1887; o i charge of s lid per week will be 1sludo for aglstintiut. i. . o Good and secure paddocks provided on at the iurr n'ay, nuod every care tauken, bat no Li responsibihity. 1EO. OSBORNIS. at , r?. STAND THIlS SEASON AT of BONEGILLA ESTATE, the U T Thoroughbredl Horse, •t THE PROFESSOR,: sByFIREWORKS, dant The Prdposition t0 imp.), ly Colsterdale. Fireworks by t . pKelpie (imp.), his dama Gaslight (imp.), s by Sir Horcules.-(Seo Stud...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886
ABSTRACTI OF SALES. BY - AUCTION. -4---t FRIDAY, 201th Ocroae.-- tee?srs Richard Gibson and Co. will sell 700 head of cattle at their yards, 1Wdonga. SATURDAY, 20th OU?OBER.-IMessr .0. L; Griffith and Co. will sell '800 stdre bullocks o`IbDA.Y, let NovcM?ElR.-Doughlarty, Sosn, and Parker will sell '450 store bullocks, at Wodonga FRIDAY, 5th NOVEMDBi.-Doughtarty, Son, and Parker will sell, at New market, Mr John Voice's ehampion herd of Jertsy cattle. TuIsoiUtAY and FRIDAY, 11th atrd 12th NovErsER.-Messrs C. L. Griflith and Co. s Grand Special Horse Sale; T'uIIUDAY and FRIDAY, 25th,and 20th NoVEDMsER,.-honery Bros. will hold a grand sale of horses at their yards, Olive street, Albury.
BETHANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886
(FRO'I OU? OWN CORREsPONDENT.) The concert in aid of the Church of England building fund at Buthanga took place in the Bethanga Hall on Friday last, and the committee are to be 'con gratulated on its success, both from a financial and a musical point-of view.c The hall was well filled. Bethanga folk always patronise a local concert, and this one, on account of the long interval that had elapsed between it and the previous entertanimont, created a certain amount of interest-especially as it also intro ducod a number of now amateurs to our platfornm. Some very valuable assistance was rendered from Wodonga, Mrs Taylor and Miss Begley, besides Messrs Drowstt and Frowin, coming out specially to assist. The former lady in particular deserves the thanks of those interested, as, besides her singing, she undertook the accompaniments to several other songs, instanter and at sight, one of the accom panists being unable to attend through a family bereavement. Amateur concerts may always be reck...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886
Tho beost ieln"ci i'ow n It iA?P.OnL Rand Soes' Euca , ve'rr EXTRa.tr. Test its eminent powerful effects in coughs, colds, influnoza; the relief is instantanteous. In serious cnsee? and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, hbums, sealdings, bruises, sa)rnuis,.it is the s?fest rotnedtnoswe'lliong .nointlahmmation. Like serl.rising effecta produced in croup, diphtherai, hronchitis,'ilnflnnam tion of the longs,, swellings. &e.; 'dirrhiea, dysntelry, diseases of the kidneys antd urinary olrgans. In ouse at hospitals and medical elilics all over tihe globeh; patroeuiod by His Mejeusty tho King of Italy; ctr, waedwt d .th edu l diploma at [ntertationl Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article, and reject all others. .L block poiuto, four years old, about 12 hands high, branded JlI onjojinuod, shod in front: Loot fron Lower Biotlun ga. G EORGE RUSSELL,. .n.,; lBethangn. ro CATTLE.DROQVERS nd TEAM v.L, ifSTERS. - IIORSES.and CATTLE taken in for AGWSTMENT. SO4 acred of...
WODONGA COUNTY COURT. FRIDAY, 22nd OCTOBER. (Before his Honor Judge Ch[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886
WODONGA COUNiTY COURT. FRIDAY, 22nd OcroREa. (Before his Honor Judge Chamloy). In tie case Cattlin v Rhodes, L25 18s Gd,(oomnlission, an adjournment until next court was mutually agreed to. Mr Emerson,. for defendant, applied for a security for any costs that might be in Scurred by his client, as plaintiff resided out of the colony and was without moaus. Ine reply teo the application, Mr Wilkin son, for plaintiff, said his client certainly :resided il Albuey, but hie submitted that, , if plaintiff had been worthy of defendant's Sconfidence to such an extent as to hold L300 or A400 for her, there was no real ground for the request. His Honor eventually granted tile ap plication; security for coats to be given to the satisfaction of tlhe registrar. JURY CASE. Thomas J. Murray v G. Wilkinson. This was anc action to recover £60, damages for trespass. A counter claim, for £100, had boon put in on behalf of defendant. Mr Emerson appeared for Murray; and Mr J. Wilkinson for Wilkin son. The...
Modonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!"—MILTON. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886
"Awake Arisel Or be for over fnllen!" - rr.-e FRIDA Y, OCTOBERI 9, 188i . Extremeo pressure on our space to-dlay compels us to hold over our usual leadiug article, as well as our correspondents' letters froml Taliangatta and Cudgoewa. Themystory eonnected with' the disap pearance of Raglan Davey is still unsolved, but, fromn a statemlnont unado by aI woman named nl'Beau, there seeols reason to fear that the missing mian lhas buen the victim of foul play. M3Iean lives on as flat by the side of the road leading fronm Smollett street to the IMurray, aul adbout a third of a mile fronm Davey's hotel. She states tlaston \Wedncsdayniglhtshe was awakbened by her dog barking, and on going to as certain the cause sile observed three men going in the direction of the river. Two of tlhem wore holding up botweeon them the third manl, who seemed helpless. His head ewas hanginag down. She concluded that it was merely a case of two men taking homo a drunken companion, and she paid sno furtller atte...
WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 26TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886
WODONGAd SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 26Tr OCTOBER, Present-- Ors Bambrick (president), Street, Johnston, Drapur, Bassett, and Boyes. From the shire of Mansfield, in reference to the New Local Government Amond mInot Bill before the Assnmbly, and suggesting that the council endeavor to get clauses insorted theroin, givin muni cipalities a share of the Land lax and land revenue.-Received. Fronm B, R. Smhoemuakcr, Bonegilla, stating that a miconstruction had been placed ous his letter of the 10th September. He had not, he said, paid anything for removing stock from hIis selection, but he had received a notice from Mr Ryan that lie would, charge Is per lhead for cattle coming in' or leaving his (the writer's) land, and since tlhes had received a notice that a charge of 10t per head would bhe imposed. If the council would make a passable road to his place, lihe would contribute towards the expense.-Not entertailed. From Edmund T. Powell, Wodonga, drawing attention to the b:ad state of the roa...
GAZETTE NOTICES. APPROACHING LAND BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 29 October 1886
GAZETTE NOTICES APPROACHING LAND BOARDS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Tallangatta, Tuesday, 16th November, at ten a.m. Corryong Wednesday, 17th November, &nbsp; at one p.m. &nbsp; Yackandandah, Friday, 19th November, at two p.m. Beechworth, Saturday, 20th November, at ten a.m. &nbsp; LICENSES NOT GRANTED &nbsp; A. M'Gaffin, 20a, Yackandandah &nbsp; J. M'Gaffin, 20a, Yackandandah G. M'Gaffin, 20a, Yackandandah G. D. Mattiske, 20a, Yackandandah Jno. Dowling, 20a, Tatonga Wm. H. Stuckey, 3a, Tangamgalanga Wm. J. M. Stuckey, 3a Tangambalanga H. M'Gowan, 120a, Bruarong Robert M'Kibban, 3oa, Bruarong Alexander Whyet, 40a, 3r, 17p, Hinno- mungie Chas. Star, 250a, Bonegilla B. O'Loughlin, 30a, Bonegilla LEASES NOT GRANTED &nbsp; L. W. Meurunt, 76a, Yackandandah &nbsp; J. Sheather, 720a, Towong J. W. Hughes, 500a, Thowgla A. C. Cunningham, 500a, Cudgewa Isaac Scales, 500a, Noorongong G. T. Burns, 960a, Berringima W. M'Don...
ORIGINAL POETRY. REGRET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886
iJA, The houirs pkebic isdltt1's lia"jLy days, 'I' ire iuoinnk1 esr lifp,;.fl ' . : 1 U0 'Atg eiq ~ ~tlslg.s' I r jusre eocesst, And osii frosti iied' lift litIlIdreedll Of we.t"Iiy 4211L5a, aid strife: ,'"'o`c \'1wII utuelin i chtsuyd.sisv ý at tlSe),1 Wihu ec, iCiililhuudlslt'nliobii!" j lO'tat ever eeait-'.vIV5llln7l CndI His £yf5 flast cloaein len eth "n tntgh'b llnlcn thoseotf08' (thqtOttllhne; IllLehtit u iriuLintdlstii'struth, would shine l3lfsit"iytand faith;s.tcr I~:r";.ý gilulhen lehs~t thee yoU ,et y;,;t tiniy-1a there ust'rcre , br outt ,.o t.. Fur some harsh worurda aokiid net, th:.~int fhyuitt pawaishl I~Hf y "Oosuosdert hmu~wl hetitu~i the hihotlt - Whpse only cie -nay, nlIf iffiiilfZ -' Kits lovintg. i soo wollii , Ands sO i, tllro:igt'liifiis, 1nhiry~strs.nge, 'As travel;.ayo;_.forgotIitig' :; _, " l'hlc~lovell and I riendilhjli ' Lor and lost,' .t;1'SIiee:lliehldiiig6'w the do st.-(10 An Ciilixts Regretting l° oI.nok thatxrt I ghtlfsg 1esuusspil C'ergJCat W'ithin t...
TINTALDRA RACES. TINTALDRA, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886
=-----tt- [BY ELECTRII TiELERAPH.] TINTALDRA, TIIURnAY. . -The races., commenced to-day under .favornble circumafancas. The followitiig ar th reasults: . 'Minisa PLiTE.-J. Lloyd'i' Wexford, 1; T,. B. WVatera Lapwing, 2; J. Dobin son's Veronica, 3. Six started. JUVENILE STARES.-J. Lloyd's Gladiue, 1;, Pretty Polly. 2; 0. Wheeler's. Ocean. Wave, 3. Eight started. TINTALDonA HANDICAP.-C. Whmelor'a Abuse, 1; Invictus, 2; Coolabuh, 3. Soven started. HACK RACB.--Tomnmy, 1; Carmen, 2; Hailstorm, 3. Thirteen started. LADIES' BRACELET.-J. Lloyd's Invictue, 1; J, Pierco's, Coolabah, 2; Dobinson's Veronica, 3. Five started.
TALLANGATTA JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886
nothingl so 0muobh o ed:by tahes.i ..: qf a curtain. leatnodprofwaioe' ait?: .." rioty. N"owi if such be the case, 33r :bavid Wright -has every reason to : proud, jhdging by the publicity that hei beei givn..to: the extraordinary dimes. sions of his lead .withinltho past week or. e,., I hlvelknown Mr Wright for some cwunsaderable. timeo;.aid failed to discover asithinig abnornatl.iltr the.proportions of .: his caput.. It .is true that, if Goldessith's . parson in .".The Duserteod Village "poe soased a head-piuceapproximating ionsize . to Mr. Wright's, the village chumpkins might not have wondered at the stores of knowledge it contalined; and let us.hope:. that Mr Weiight's intellect and heart are commensurato .with: his' hoid-I believe they are. TIhe, funny inkslinger to the etlbourne" -Herdld must surely, have bdet . bankrupt, in .wit. when he made. sueh a ludicrous attempt -at a joke. I ratlier incline to the Jwelief that.the fellow nmu~t belong to that specimnen of the. genius ho...
THE BETHANGA ACCIDENT FUND TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886
THE BETHANGA ACCIDENT FUND TO THE EDITOR OF THB SENTINEL. Smu,-In your issue of the 22nd.i ut.. the secretary of the Bethanga Accident Fund asks, orrather demands, an expla nation of some remarks a.de by Air J. 'Colbert, denotmning the Bethanga Acci. dent Fund as . ' wretched and contempti ble,.''" If you will permit me tc trespass upon your valuable space, I will give you may reason for thinking the said society a contempitible body. I don't think that Mr Colbert, in calling the society "wgeteled and contemptible,'l.meant the individu'al meinbers, but took it as a body, knowing well thait there were men who joined the society, without knowing for what purpose it was formed-viz., to overthrow the A.M.A.-and, once having joined, they do not like to withdraw, for fear of displeasing their employers. And, Sir, lot mne ask you- -Is not a society con temptible whose chief object is to crush a union whoae noble aimr is to protect the miner, to see'that he is fairly renune rated for his la...
CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886
CO RYONG. (FRO:. OVR OWN CO.RRESPOND?ii' . There iis not a' dory greit deal in' tlhe! way of news transpiring.,in or arouinid.l Cortyorig." The Oddfollows', sioi"tlt?h. month proniise to .be ..a great-a'?uess," and the £20 handicap sobiie to'bledraiing. competitive " po?id' fromi all direitions. If all who have enltered their ifaines put in an applaransee, there will certainly be a. big race, as thir as niuriibrs' go. The Corryong water aelibnimtis at pr'oset "oleopiug the sleep of the jlt',".Andl Ia .ai afraid it is likely t ireibainin that dorma'it acodition lor .s.m tisiit to imipi? At 'the... tsime of the nfiisipil'l 'oloetioni ',i: W.. Dyring. an cenpQidate for Koetong Rillfsg, faievored the s?to' payers' with '"osst; liberal' proe?ises cot?cerning a watsr supply for the townaship, bit hiico ehis 'retuin his atteni tione las sdoulitlos" been-,taken up. with matters, of .weightier 'iiiport, fog,; among all thQ questioii. that have o'atice been discussed at idh coniincil tib"T no...
AN EXPLANATION DEMANDED. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886
-PN EXPL,A~PI.VQ5 ]?l?lI f..D . `. TO THE EDITOR O G?gL,. lS; y,.. .SjR,--In your issuancltl 221d-.ultk fhiore aparel, a atakiphl fctow4i: tter froni- the eo?. socretary .of:tld. o thonga Accidbnt Fuiid, undr.,lie ibh heading, reuioiteticg so explanatois with .'eference to aucortain iinpression made uisbof by Mr John Colbert, that appeared in a report of the A.M.A., of the week. before. I was rather surprised not to find areply to this, as anyone would expect either a refutation or explanation from an honest mann,,if he had any idea of decency, after mnaking use of such insolent language. Knowing Mr Colbert to have boon in Bothanga during last week, it is a pity he did not employ a little of his leisure time to clear his repu tationi of the stain that has been thrown on it, ands that has lowered him in theeyes of io many of his fellow-beings. Can Any one tell le who this John Colbert is, that ho, above all persons in the world, can afford to call over fifty honest employee of the Wa...
GAZETTE NOTICES. LEASES APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886
**GAZETTE; NOTICRE& L*A4hs AVPruovzD. David Whitahod,. 10W4a 3r 38p;,Tawong Win: T. 3R1iin; "32iOr 37p, 1 aiwa Miithow smiith, 177m 3r.1pop, Yabba Aloxandwor 1'Gnffln, 03a 3r 32p, Marvdong v ý1ary Ivore,,140a,3r p, Korgt pygh.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886
JOHN, .,GI. WIGG, ..tlioir-ST?OEET, WOuDONA, Wholesale arid Retail Bi .U: c E T oldest rablished Butchery B in' ',odrosga. . MEATS of BIEST QUALITY . . . . --Alwa+ •.a a.A.:......nd.. l- E . :Small Goods of every deslription. - _ HIDi8 and SKINS PURCHAStF,. '.I MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blaciksmith. Farrier, BEGS to returni thanks to his customers t for the;liberal patronage they have hbestowed on hiii, and hopes by strict rattention to business to merit a cone- : ,tinutance. Address-Hume street, near Railway I 'Goods Sheds.' W'odoga.' $FRIDOLF 'JOHNSON,' PLUMBER & TINSMITH,, SIIGH STREET, WODONGA, BEGS to aimounco that hle has openedo a Tiosririth's Shop in the premises lately used as Tiue SE..'?r:. Office. TANKS! TANKS! TANKS! All sizes made to order. Baths ! Baths ! Baths !i Every leseription of TINWARE inade to 'order, and kept in stock. Ordelra hy post punctirally attendedl to. M USIC I MUSIC I:I MUSIC', Professor , 'L. ,., Iverson : (Of:thre ienna Consors toird of Mnsis...
VALEDICTORY BANQUET TO MR D. MACKAY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886
r AzffSroRT $ANQuX t TO' 'K(R . . ... AfOK4Y .... A valedictory bariqust was"toidered to Mr D. Mackay, t*ho for the last six 'years haa.cted as manager of the Wodonga branch of the Bank of Victoriai-ntltto Pril?cb of Wales' Hall on Friday-evoiling. Mr D. Ferguson iresided, 'having the guest of the ovening on his -right lliand; whilst the vies-chair was filled by -Mr J. BamLrick, president of the. shire. Between fifty and sixty gentlemen were present, alid tile syiposium was in every respect ose of the most thoroughly repre sentative, thile gayest, and most social 'ver heold i Wodonga, there being visitors from Albury, Loneovrs, and the surrounding districts. Letters of apology were read from Mi" F. H. Tuthill, M.L.A.; Mr W. Huoan, J.P.; Mr Eamerson, solicitor, Albury, and others. The tasqt of " The Queen " having been lIonored. The chairnlman proposed "Our -Guest." The nuothor of friends present that oresn ing was, he said, a pleasing tribute of respect which any man might truly val...
A NICE WEDDING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886
A NICE WEDDING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SIR, - The wedding in the Lutheran Church, Wodonga, on Wednesday, struck me, from the unostentatious manner in which the interested parties acquitted themselves, as being worhty of something more than passing note. The bride and her attendants were dressed with charm- ing simplicity, the singing was splendid, and everyting was present, excepting pride and unnecessary display, both of which were conspicuous be their absence. I hope that the happy swian and his fiancee will enjoy long life and happiness. -Yours, &c., CABBY. &nbsp; A papor weight--Waiting Ifr.thl.latost editig.: