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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

-i" REWARD. -LOST, .'?ay, M"ARE, "'* black points,' fwr. cji;erl'ol, about 12 hands high, brahded fli) conjoiied, shod in front. Lost from Lower lBetlanga. GEORG "RUSSELL, .Iun., .Bethanga. For. Sale,.. THE woll-known CORDIAL FATORY at BETHANGA, 'in fall .orkiiig order, with latest improved mlachinery for soda water, horse works,. &r. scomplete. For particulars apply on the works. G. THOMPSON, Bethanga. r TO CATTLE DROVERS and TEAM SSTIRS.-HORSES and CATTLE taken in for AGISTMENT. 240 acres of splendid grass. Abundance of water. Secure fences. Apply to E. Davis, House CGreek, near Cattle Sale-yards. Notice to Trespassers. POISON laid on our Farmsm and Paddocks at Baranduda. HERMANN SOMMER. GEO. SOMMER. B ILL-.POSI'ING.-Orders carefully at tended to by the undersigned, by leaving them at Te: SeNTrsNL Office. M. GOLDING; Wodonga Notioe.. A LL PERSONS, found. HUNTING, ' ." SHOOTING, FISHING, or TRES PASSING on my paddocks, Little River,. willbe PROSECUTED. E. SCHUSTER. Mining P...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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GRANYA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

ORANYA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Our little town appears to be in the progressive stage just now. Several sites have been marked out, and new dwelling places are about to be erected thereon. Business has been very dull during the last few months, but this fact does not deter Mecssrs Harper Brothers, as they have opened a store here during the bhit fortnight. "The more the merrier" is an adage which applies in iany cases, but it is doubtful if the other business people of Granya believe in the application in this instance-though the customers may. A good deal has been done lately in the way of improving residences, and, as a matter of course, the appearance of the town, which has hitherto been rather primitive. Almost every house has a garden attached and most of them are stocked with fruit trees and vines; so that in a short time, local growers will be able to supply us with fruit. Mining still keeps "the even tenor of its way," and future prospects may be briefly described as ...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

ABSTRACT. OF 9ALE8 BY A UCTION... ' :: FRetAr, 5th Nov.uieR.-Deughatty.. Son, and Parker wHill sell, at New market, Mr John Voico's champion herd of Jersey cattle. MoNDAY, 8th Nonsear.R, - Doggharty, Son, and Parkr r!s fortznightly market. Tnul?dAY and FRIDAY, t1th and' 12th Nov'i'?en.-M-I essra C. L. Griffith '' 'ni Co. oi'aO-nd Sptcial'onrsto nalo. Tntl'vsnvA andi FnD.tr', 25th nod 26th Nov|centtct.--Chonory Bros. willJtold a grandt selo of hornos nt their ynrdt,' Olivte triit, Allh?iy. • .Tlbkett, ?hill Co,, will, sll, 'in 1ol-: ht lrilt, ,l:tro ,tllotintoi?ti. of land at WVilo oga,it;uatned at tlth n lpk of trio Waodonga Rairalawn3 i o. .. ' W\otoNEtsAY 10th Novcatitne - lessrs 0, L. Orillith and CO,'q Albury Miarkot,

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. "Dear Minter Bragwell [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

SI rites t'1s0" fu h 'lirtii -.' I'oas"?r you'r in 'o l'lt i lesil Inse it p irest i aiiv Iii the sff'ai d dtbbltknts Mi doii'tighLot thin r b iovt bsw'iptinir faslins is cummiii' on-'"ho' wdtlier"bein verry-eot'and i'ndthsb l lto go owlv all' oh akounts "o' our co'vs hfavili calves wich I 'Uost. milk' ain' our 'niares foal' which carries a sidd';saddul bein only 3"dais old toumorirel and thby Iu sayt as you nose overrythink comn you toll the ?bt sort o' drosses is cummninl owt this spring if thay be a good paturn an' ow trinmled wether bontiits or hats i' in an' if you cuod lot Int no tile shaps oi' jakts' and ?ot stiff ,lilcy.l b" si' id' ov 'also wother a itriped' skitl wii'thfloa'wces will be 'proper asd-if tippita is 'to be worn by 'so doin you will gnately oblyjgo "' Yres sinsonrly,' " AstALIA JANE SCRIBALL."' .The aboio eliistle has slightly uiisot nhi) equilibrium,. I don't know whether to foul flattorod or not. With the inyatorlea of. female dress, I am . totally Ullce quai...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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COUNCILLOR DRAPER AND THE SHIRE SECRETARY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

COUNCILLiOR DRAPER AND TuE' SHIIRE SEORETARY" TO THE EDITOR OF THE ENTINEL. SIR,-A select meeting of the Wo ,dongas Shire Council w.as held, I believe, .on Saturday, to.r view certain 'claunse in *the Amended Local Government Bill now before Parliamet.' Whether the reost of the .counillor' were notifiod of such meeting or not, am not in a position to ,say;.but'ILknow: this.mnlfh-that I re ceivod no i?ttnition that my U'nworthy, presence wasieiiirid. U'pe? icalling at the. shire od?e' .o ptdayt I "was in formedbby thi.'roMdlont h ?afewetuig getionse wo b'a . 4tt4 Afrbit?,t ehcl've. The secrotar ?:t? fio other iw1ol td' ime that no su nirt '1 all were matte. Personally, t. b, t' u a a figwp'iotthr any business was' d at that,"mting bt 1' must take ecbpp iln:te?id diJc ;ertesy of the seemtary in .negl?cting to notify me. The minute-book bears nn record ol an business transaeted 'on' aturday The suecretary told me on Tuesday that I was not. a concillor. The wish neodoubt was fathcr to t...

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CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

Pl!A 0. 1'; /; WA. o v,:PROMlOUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) , 'Je goods.people of Cudgewa. are no S'selldoli rlisturbedl inithoir Imonotonous round of workitig, eating, and slooping, or 'so?'seld6m' nTbve out of, that drudging c?irelo, and aro'sb free from scandal;ithiit "i nu?dlialper corrosponint ninstbdc pretty. ,kLen-scouted to 'find"i material fort a re o ibi6tablpi lodtter: ,Holiwbsver;, there 'aro a ';few toicds.hicli jtist 'howatre giving riso to anitibl? disciission.. SIt .soeins thiat it last "e.osr a ir e illy .!goingnto:havoe:a wiiht that .hits loug' boon : keeoly folt rcelieveddby the oroetion of a iirohniy building in. our midst. ,ThisiS in s.ign .of"progression" and enterprise, aid I' mus;t'nysiy lan hooir to our worthy society. S:'i~jb'hlrating Reohabiteos, i?:ho have taken tlih initiative iii the erection of a public hanll.' .dt was iat firstr, propoaed to tdesig -"hittol'6 building'ts "Rechabitbo Hail, Iut' someu bhiir-slitting :iridnls considerod- and it sh?eis oiiut wit...

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TOLD AFTER THE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

TOLD'"!?7j F'iET TIIR cui On 'bis'i·hier 2il iu oeghty.ii, t;- a; T'io'Lediryiilotka'o d~eie;" , i : ",: ,. ''We puts some brasA in oureaiicy "kicks, And''rgo?? to the (dp to see; ... We both worea soots o'slap-up chedl s (t'd a lightleon 'at),: :i Ai nd waad'oted ty all o' tl oppokite xnot, Thlitdfl'o' th Fl?'l ington 't. l ; We t t p of o fo .. 1Do? h tL rBlokion' me.--' , We 'aijisqtyiick 4ith th 8o aell evcnai But we aiyio thioro pitientlee-., Waitls till tl ii a' ad cantered by (Woe'd laid out o,ribita o ld) ]lils',ioyves his'lass to his heicglu eye, , Aliltlhis is ? tltale ho told. ' Thoy're ulpin a oino by t hu sutii post, ,, Soum thirty st'rmug or mouc; atre , .i :, The ''re orf-.at thouirt attetlpt?'a?ost *\\itiileteor to the fore;, ,, .~ Then;.in a,eluoter ogin the rails, . dJs exham,:Grat, eReall, ?,. Withl'rident pullin' likoe I?d at lcles,?; .Anil Little.John lnst of all. . "'?re they e' ne; .mlloping up the straight= R?e'ni in fi' ont, With his nice little wueight, 'Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

. ".. . ... . -- . .. SEZL-IJNG13FF~ .SEZi4?INOYY Six Weeks Only A\VING deaided turi l I oi Inlu BUINISlS in WOD))NCIA, the 1 MERloEt his e*,A w ad-ivariod St O I8' I, lately.btnl ght for canh in the Molbourio marked,: 'il hIe otat'd to thd:i?ihl[in l 'ouarg 1 "nofinot, for SIX' VE lKS ONLY. Conto arl? - TtIS S ArFtAN'OR bti Oih P.POIT'UN'Ii' FiOR GETTING OHEAP BA?(GA.IN8, AS 'T? STO?B 1ti O '?.I 0 lTQSED ,\110UP ITE Isr O ..DO~IpBIRI,..' The- St(,k coelau ts of ,l.rovqeri,e.Irnrnuigongry ; N'w l , .'acqKor, 4 .'F}! o, VYiae, Psp6h l: ngiig , !i Ku roseil L s. . . i p'.:. BOOTSi A Choloe Assortmenit (qlito ,,o) of,!f igClic', Ci ilonir1 , ?e?i'5, s ?. l Boy'a sItQTS udil SIHOES ' Wtibo'ol .. ..sld cliap, .. S-. - DRAPERY .' .. O-isAst?s O atTf-res Pieces (is.great variety),. Caslnores,.3?origoes, .WiViooys, P'inits, hllinkets;, Fln als, Q ilts,,Towels, Calicons, Crotonoees,,V ylofe ons, Snrsiroi?,. Iddaics' Sty, COatligant Jackets, Hosiory, Gloyos, SI irting, .lpartl:Rqgaq, ill4 qtl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

100 ,'STANI) , Slli?? , ?,EALON at i . . -B 5oth. "ly (lorious (isp ) da . s(p )V. oi l ^'lice PIrinic:',Wlli, ' da inQu.1 ,' by Pety r CGinbroionla a inaty slx' years ohl; , tanaild ing 1. hands.i ligl, with lgreat iovnlle on 'Slisitunci, .ind'ldh')iirovld lrimllOlIf it: good Ilhbrsu'oii thll:tirf, alld 'is adlitted by'good judlg'c t6i')i bone' of'Ctlhe" hlidsouiet'h lorses' in thou'diltrict. ': , _ Tei:ii'-j if Cinores led: '.3 if. pailockCd.: M itu'es mIihit heio-di'ired li st 'Ilsl iJIa y, 1887ior -?W'ohl'rg'o. 2s Sid'per week wvill bo i:aiidl1for ogifio?es ?i th :;', r , .o:tiig n '.:; Stoodlandc e uroc padldockIs. roied el ,11 tlhb Miinurrayn, dvery car0 e tsrk fli, t io efrsposibility.' , tc'; GEO.Sp ORiNE.: '6', 'STAD , ~' T"HiS:' SEASON 'AT ,: ;BONEGILLA4", c ESTATE,'^' tlhe' Thlourouigbred lrsI, m,,' e .o..'. ' THE 'PROFESSOR.,,:, EBy FIREWiORKS, cla Thdo 'Propoiitio. i (imp. ), by Colsterdal ,' Fircw'iv'd~ ks eiKlpie (l i p. ),ýis dniii'G liht ftl hoit),'( by Sir Hrcules-...

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THE DAVEY MYSTERY. FINDING OF THE BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

THE DAVEY MEYSTERY. FINDING OF THE BODY, The recovery of hte body of Raglan Davey in the river on Monday afternoon, by Constables Holder and Nickson and a vicilian named M'Kenzie, goes to some extent towards clearing up the mystery which surrounded the disappearance of the unfortunate man on the morning of Thursday, the 21st of last month; but it is still doubtful whether he got into the river by his own act, or was first made a victim to found play, and then thrown into the water. The medical testimony is somewhat at variance on this point. Dr Woods thinks it hardly possible that a man could, after inflicting the wound on himself and losing such a considerable quantity of blood, make his way to the river. On the other hand, Dr Andrews has not doubt that it is quite possible for a man, under certain circumstances, to do so. At about three o'clock on Monday after- noon the remains were found in the river near M'Kenzie's beach, held by a snag, against which it had just floated. The bo...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!"—MILTON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 5 November 1886

'rAwakel Arise! Or le for ever fallen!" M--:MILTO, 'FPIDA1, NOVIMBERI 5, 4886, 'DIFFIOULrTIEs are militiplyi ng 'in New South Wales,. and the colony which was, Tn colmparison - with our own, to hpvte made manifest tO the world at large theo sarvellous results accruing fronl a free trade policy is completely failing in that mijssion. Its' finances i0e going "from bad to worse, and its statesmnalnship seonus to keep pace with its hfineces. Tle positiop was.thought to be a serious one a year ago; wlhen the fact was disclosed that the Treasurywass £1,000,000in arrears. 'iir PA-mrnK J?seNINis a fewweeksback .aknlounced that the probable deficiency at the end of this year will be about £2,000,000, while Sir HIENrY PARKES makes;it £2,500,000, . and AMr REID £31170,000. In these distressing cir cunastancds, Sir PATRICK has been castilig his eye backwards to see if the colony was ever. worse. off; and his .industry has been rewarded by the dis covery thlat in the yea!r 1863 its monetary diff...

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TALGARNO. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

ag TALGARNO. or 0 si` (FROa OUR OWN CORESONDaa TNe .) n Our annual pinic. came offn onFrid.py Slat,.andi was agre3. ,sucess.. It is esli-. at imted that. .inerly 300 people wero .pro oe sent, residents:lfrom.Tallangatta, Granyi, , Bothanga, Allah's'.Flat, Wddonga, and Albiry. helping to .swell the number. Everybody seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves, and to be highly satisfited with the day's. outing. At about four. g o'clock the scene was at its.brightest, tie. children being in high glee. Our sehool house is. situated. in a picturesque spot,. ' and the children in their gay costumes, a viewed at a distance, resembled a number. 0 of gorgeous butterflies flitting around it. The oommittee deserve great praise for th~ tr manner l which they oarried out, their highly satisfactory arrangements. SA spacious marqueo had been erected, floored with smooth and level' pine,, which m.ust have occupied the co.nmittee,; and one or two other residents who. - kindly assisted, a considerable 'ti...

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SPORTS AT CORRYONG. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

. SPORIT, AT CORRYONG'. (FRmo oUt Ow CdRRrF.PONiNEST.) The Oddfellows' sports at Corryong on tho.Prinice of Wales' Birthday proved a groat success, there being a large atten dance, and everything passing off most pleasantly. The following are the ro :sulta: Maiden Plato, 120 yards, prize 30s. George Hadley, 1; \'Villiam Jones, 2; Andrew .Anderson, 3. A protest was entered against Hadley, on the ground that heI had previously won public money, which Hadley acknowledged. T'ime, 14. sec. Sheffield Handicap, 150 yards-First prize, L1i; second, L3; third, L2.-First heat--Richard Alty, 5 yds, 1. Time, 10 soc. Second heat-W?illiam Jones, 16 yds, 1; won easily. Time, 15 see. Hop, Step, and Jump, L1.-Thomas Nugent, 40 foot 4 inches. Old Buffers' Race (for men over 40 years of ago), 100 yards.-Edgar Scam mell, 1; Thos. Waters, 2; Alex. Waters, 3. Final heat, Sheffield Handicap-Wmn. Jones, 10 yds, 1; Richard Alty, 5 yds, 2; Chas. Dorinellan, 3. Wonll easily. Time, 15 sec. Hurdle Race, 200 yard...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. AREA OF AGRICULTURAL AND GRAZING LANDS DIMINISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

* GAZETTE NOTIUES. AREA OF AOGRICULTURAL AND GRAZIN? L.ANDS DIMINISED. County Bogong, parish Banrmbogid.-: •220a, formerly applied for by R. Wighton;, 300a, formerly applied for by R. W'ightoun; ,400a, formerly applied for by K. Mayer; . .and P. O'Brien; 360a, formerly applied. for by MI. Donovan. AREA OF AunRIEnoUS. LAND INCREASR.D. .County Bogong, parish Banmnbogie. 220a, formerly applied'for by R. 'ighton;. 300a, formerly appliedl: for., by. Johnt Wighton; 400a, formerly applied for. by]: K. Mayer and P. O'Brion; 3(iQ;, formtorly. applied for by MI. Donovan. GRANT APPROVED.? John Whitehecnl, 10a 1r 31p, Wabba. - 'LEASES APPROVED. " 'John Jas. Johnlson, A10a 3r 17p, Tal. • gaerlo -. Win. MLitcheoll, 162a Or 22p, Borringc. 'Win. Blair, 40a 3r 29p. Cudgowna John Mitchell, 174a lr 114p, Tatonga.

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THE WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

THE WODONGA RHIRE COUNOIL. TO TIIE EDITOR OF' TIHE SENTINEL. Sm,--Tho fertilo brain of the local cor respondent of an Albury paper hIas discovered a veritable "mare's neat" con cornling my taking my seat at the Wodonga Shire Council, and insinuates that I will be proceedoed against, his fancy, no doubt, picturing all sorts of penalties upon tme for my neglect. Now, the faut of the matter, is, I made the usual declaration,, which was read to tme by the prosi dent, and then I asked him if 1' had to sign my name in any book ? "No," said the preoidont to me,. "take your scat." Wheroupon I sat at the council table. Previous to, this, . ow vcer, I' had my own declaration (copied frota the Local G'overmnont Act) written out, duly signed' by myseolf, and I handed the doicument to thoe lpesidont. He kept it. Whltllcer I have hoocn purposely lot intot, a trp'r, not. I canniot ,say. at troe sont:' If'.any i tfriiigi?nittnt of. Ite Act lik, h kbn pilach ihich wouhl render io.i?e idapa)l of cont...

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ALBURY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

ALIJURY MARKE'T. Messrs Chas. L. Illith and Co. rpor holding their usual fortnightly sale on Wed 'scaday last, when they yarded 350 cattle and 500Usheep.' Cattle-350 yarded, rather. over oilo.third of which were inferior to usec' ful beef, the remainder mixed stores, mostly 'young cattle, 'best pens cows; prime and si??,,; siold to £8 2s Od, best bullocks to £9. '17s Od. Prices were slightly easier for fats; stori?e n'n the other head, wero in strong demand. Forward bullocks brought to £6 15s; two to three year old stecers, £5 to £5 10s. We sold draftsfor Messrs C. Macupher eson, J. 'Dndsald, Aichibald 'Crawford, W. Conell, L. Merkel, James Crawford, Thos. Bullock, Antdrew Iore, jun., MIrs Chrisp, r. Doubleday,. IL. Langford, John Broadrick, Thomas Weldon, and others. Slhdel-.5000 yarded, in sluding about 1000 useful mutton.. Best meli to owes, prime and heavy, made 7sa7s, others 4s Ud to 5s Od; 2-tooth wethors, 4s 'Od to Os 3d; young call owes, to 4s td-. Prices, on the whole, were...

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THE BETHANGA ACCIDENT FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

THE BETHANGA ACCIDENT FUND. TO THOE EDITOR OF TZR IENTLIEML. SiR, - For all the public know, " Goodwill " may be one of the officers of the Bothanga branch of the A.M.A., but whether lie is or not, he ought to be aware of all the facts of the case, before he under takes to write on a subject he does not understand, and backs up a man like Mr Colbert in his insulting remarks. "Good will" says the object of the Bethanga Accident Fund is to " overthrow the A.M.A." On referring to the rules, I fail to find this as one of our objects, whiclh are set down as being to assist those of our members who meet with an accident, or those dependent on themn in case of death, while engaged at their day's work, those being objects which " Goodwill " praises up in another part of his letter, while denouncing those who deny justice and assiatance to miners. Hero we quite agree with him, and whlen trying to run down the Bethanga Accident Fund it is clear he is one of the mliner's eonmies. " Goodwill," ...

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TINTALDRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

TINTALDRA RACES. 'The Tintaldra races coanuened .on Thursday, 4th November, and were con cluded the following day. Fordays beforo many were the unquirios as to the probable -weather. The course was already in parts very wet, and if more rain were to come, it was feared the chances of favorites would be small. However, it rained but, slightly the day before, and consequently the course was little the.wome. There fore, with fine weather, good attendauce, large fields, and general good humor, a most successful meeting was the result. The running commenced with the Maiden Plate, which Wexford appropriated with enough in hlurd. The Juvenilo Stakes was thought a moral for Pretty Polly, but owing to not getting away well, Gladys proved the victor, Pretty Polly gaining second honors. Now came the big event of the day, for which Abuse was made a strong favorite, while not a few pinned their faith on Invictus. The race requires little comment. King Alplsnso led at a terrific bat for about thr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

rrH INEW WODON GA CAB WVILLIAM OLIVElR BRYANS KUN3 tho'BEST CAB BETWEEN WVODONGA and ALBURY REGULARLY I~'ERY DAY. Thuos who study cdtfort, and detest jolting, will patronise this cab. ALBURY BAKERY. J. I. HUMPHRIES, BAKER AND CONFEOTIONER TOWNaEND-NTREEET, ALBURY, BEGsto inform the' public that he han COMMENCED BUSINESS again, and solicits a share of,patronago; Banqueto, Baull, Wadding Parties, Tea Fights, &c., catored for; No:e the Addroes-OPPOSITE OLD BANK OF N. S.' WALES, • SELLING OFF! `SELLING OFF! Bargains! Ba~ agains! Bargains! CALL AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. GEO. LEIG-HTON BEGS t infor, tlhe inhabitants of \Wodoinga sol surroundilng district, and also. his old friends of Bethanga, (h'anya, dndly Creek, aul Mitta 31itta'thit,; having arrrangcd to take new prolmises early next motnth, he is now. reducing stock before removing, and will SELL for CASH the whole of his weoll-selected STOCK of GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, DRAPERY, CROCKERiYWARiE, C BOOTS AND SHOES, i T ACTUAL COCS...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

DUBLIC NOTICE,-Thi iso to certify that I will NOT ho RESPONSIBLE for nay DEBTS contract ed by y m 1y husband. ELIZABETH WI LKS, -[ REWARD.-- IOST, hay MARE, I black points, four years old, about 12 hands high, branded JIdl)conjoineod, shod in front. Lost from Lower Bethanga. GEORGE RUSSELL, Jun., Bethnnga,. For Sale, TFH well-know?, COiDIAL FACTORY at.BEHtIANGA, in full working orrdor, with lattest improved machlidry for d ut wator, horso works, &c., comploto. For pari'culars apply on the works. M. TIOMPSON, Bothauga, rro I A l iTi')ROVElst and. TEAM L S'IERSI.-HIIOIlSIS and CATTLE takoenin for AOIST?IENT, . 240 apre.of. lplelndid grass. Ahundan'c of watci', Sceiurg futccs. .Apply to E. D.wis, aoHsoe Crok,. luoor ltlel Salolyardsr . 'Notice , to Trespassers.: 'POISON Inid'tm ou. Farms and ?Iai l.ckl, L oat oradtullda. . EIIMANN SOMMER, , (EO: SOMMER. BIl?, POSTINh;-Ordors crefully at tended to by the uldorsigned, by leaving them at Tiro SEy:TInrIt. 011ico. MI (OLDIN(lt Wodon...

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