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

SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF! FOR Six Weeks Only! C: B. MERCER, HAVING decided'to RETIRE from' BUSINESS in WODONGA, the whole of his neai and' varied. STOCK, lately bought for cash in the Melbourue nmurkets, will be offered to thq public, regardleas of cost, for SIX WEEKS ONLY.. Cormn early ! TIDISISA FAVORABLE'OPPORTUNITY FOR GETTING CHEAP BARGAINS AS THIE STORE WILL BE CLOSED ABOUT THE lsr OF DECEMBER .. STORES. The Stock consists f' Groceries, Ironmongery Tinsware,. Crockery,, Glassware, Yases, Paper Hangings, and Kerosene Lamps. BOOTS.. A ChoiooAssortment (quito now) of Ladies', Children's,. Men's,, and Boy's. BOOTS and SHOES.. Will be sold cheap. s DRAPERY Consist.of Dress Pieces (in great variety), Cashmeres, M?rinces,, Wincoys, Prints, Blankets, Flannels, Quilts, Towels, Calicoes, Cretounes, Velveteens, Satins,. Sarainet, LadiesaStays, Cardigan. Jackets, Hosiery, Gloves,. Skirting,. Hearth. Ri~gs,. and. other (loads. too aumorous. to mlention. MEN'S AND BOY'S. CLOTHING, C'onsisti...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

JOHN G..° WIGG, HIlon STREET, WODONGA, Wholesale and Retail B U T C If E R. The oldest-est-established Butchery in Sr Wodonga, Always on hand. Small Goods of every description. IlIDES and SKINS PURCHASED, MICHAEL SHEEHAN, General Blacksmith AND I EFarrier, BEGs to return thlanks to his custoniors . for the liberal patronage they have bestowed on him, and hopes. by strict attention to business to serit a'. con tinuanco. Address--Hmin street, near Railway Goods Sheds. Wodouga. FRIDOLF •JOHNSON, 'PLUMBER & TINSMITH, HIGH STREET, WODONGA, EGS to announce that he has opened, a Tinsmith's Shop in the premises lately used as TII SENTINEL Office. TANKS! TANKS ! TANKS ! All sizes made to order. BathsB hs Baths'I Baths i Every description of TINWARE made to order, and kept in stook. Orders by post punctually attended to. M USIC I MUSIC i MUSIC II Professor L.: Iverson (Of the ieuini Conservatoire of Music),;' Visitsa - ODONGA on Wednerisdays and Saturdays. Addres-Allon's Terminus Hote...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

TO - ONG ,STIII E CO -:jCL. ORDINARY MEETING. The pos?p?ined motithl)y S'ntiilgof the Towong Sh1re Council wos hdkl on Moot day, in the 'Shiioehall. ' .Presoent-Crs Dobinson (president), Catkeek, "Paton,' Dyring, Robinson, Thdoisoni Scarlett, Stowart, and Larson. MINUTES. The miniutes of the previous meeting having been read, Cr Scarlett said he would have nothing to do with confirming the irsolution passed at the previous meeting confirina tory of the action of the presideit in reference to the appenl in the case of' Jeffoott v. the Shire. The action of the president ias illegal, and he would mnove that resolution No. 216, 1886, be expunged from thle minutos, the resoli?tioi being illegal. Or Robinson seconded the motion. Or Carkeek pointed out that the motion was out of order, because the minutes were a true record, and it would be en tirely wronrg to expsngo 'any of theiS from the minute.book. . The president and Cr Paton supported this view. Mfr Wright pointed out that, if a res...

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Wodonga & Towong Sentinel. "Awake! Arise! Or be for ever fallen!"—MILTON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

Elobollgat :C !ollg Scirtilf. "Awakedl Arise lt Or be for evcy fallen " -MILToC. FRIDAY, NOV'EMIBER 12, 1880. Ma.-'y ears harve elapsed sinco-Parlia ment, in a fit of impatience, swept away tolls, without providing any. other mode of maintaining the mains roads. Wlhilo to are no advocate-; unless iesvery exceptional instances of tolls, because of the many objections that can be advanced agaitist. this method of taxing the traffic, it cannot be denied that the tolls fairly fulfilled their purposes of securing good roads. No other means bf raising tihe necessary funds could unfortunately be suggested by the Govern?ent, anti it remained for the Now Local Govern ment to provide a substitute. All roads upon which thoer is heavy or. exceptional traffic-as, for instance, the WodoIng Albury road--willbodeclared main roads, and municipalities will be empowered to levy-a mainl road rate on all the irateable property in tho'district. The suns raised firom this source will be devoted to the mai...

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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YACKANDANDAH POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 8th NOVEMBER. (Before Messrs A. Mueller, J. Haig, and S. P. Jessop, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

YACKANDANDAH POLICE COURT.       -------- MONDAY, 8th NOVEMBER. (Beofre Messrs A. Mueller, J. Haig, and S. P. Jessop, J.P.) James Lawson and Henry Lee were charged by the secretary of the Kergunyah picnic with using abusive language in the Kergunyah schoolroom on the evening of the 22nd Octoboer and morning of the 23rd. The defendants were fined 21s, with 5s costs, in default fourteen days' imprisonment. The chairman cautioned defendants, stating that   if they came before him again for the same offence, he would give them fourteen days' imprisonment without the option of a fine.

Publication Title: Wodonga And Towong Sentinel
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YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 4th NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 12 November 1886

YACKANDANDAH SHIRE COUN CIL             THURSDAY, 4th NOVEMBER Present - The president (Cr Burrows), and Crs Smith, Mongan, McLeod, Richardson, Robb, and Martin. CORRESPONDENCE   From Victorian infant, Asylum re an-   nual donation.     From Rosenthal Aronson, and Co.,             Acknowledging and forwarding voucher for     £65, cheque for piano. From W. Eveston, Sandy Creek, stat-       ing that, in consequence of an error in               tendering for Sandy Creek bridge, he   desired that said contract should be can-   celled.   From Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institu- tion, re donation...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

S'Spirits equal in strength and quality to the best Hollands have been manufac tured in Scotland from turnips.

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MINING MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

MINING MEKlS. The manager of the Pionoor Hydraulic Sluicing Company, Mitt Mitta, reports: Squared down paddock'to oestrim roof, and reducedr piece of ground intended to be first bottomed as low "as ground sluice extonsion from tunnel wonuld carry, stuff away., rWashed about 8000 yards for fort night, and removed Little Giant back to former position, about 3- chains fronm nouthliof tunnol. Oldearin out strip of ground in front of tunnel, which was only partially bottomed by former parties, and can take from.10ft to 12ft deeper off it;' this,ground contains great quantity of rough wash, 'which will necessitate extra labor for weedok to remnovo stones. No? tunnel 75ft comleted. MIdmmotth Hydraulic Sluicing, Snowy Crook.--The manager, of the above company reports, under date 12th inst.: Work in connection with dump into creek comlploterl, and should have ino trouble with tailings when sluicing commences. Tail-moo rapidly approaching cnmpletion, and should be ready for sluicing within ne...

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A SUGGESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

A SUG GESTION, TO THE .EDITo jOF T .HE. NTINEL, ,at~- L hear.ithat a good niunbor of , persons aro.de(irous of submitting a few :.quentions.LoMr W. L. lRoper, but, beca?ut 'the shilling charged fTr admissiono: to. the lecture would find its way into the gifted, if mlisiguided, young orator's pookots, they cannot roll up. However, Ihave a aug. gostion to make. - Lot Mr Roper ho in vited to loctire hereo in aid of the Athoneum, and these people will he afforded an npportunityof oross.examining hiin. I am sUrl Mr Roper wculd come hero, if asked, an ho is at young man who, whether.rightly or wrongly is not for u? to say,'Ias made coneidorablo personal sacrifice for his opinions,-Yours, &o., FREEDO,I.

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CUDGEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

CUDGEtYWA.. ((rOiM OURs OWN COsRREsPONDr.NT.) The projected Publio Hall continues to be the burning question with the Cudgowa people, and by, what I can learn grive fears are beginning to be entertained that the undertaking will not make such, rapid strides towards consusmmation as was at first aiticipatod. Many of':the leading residentaiire altogether averse to taking up ally scrip-which is not a very favor able sigl--because they do not consider the building could be legitimately styled a Public Hall nor actually be such umlor the present arrangements. It would ble the property of the shareholders, and therefore privatb property, and notbelong to the public. They consider a pulhic meeting should have beooncalled, donations thore solicited, audl a canvass made of the place for subscriptions, and- an executive commnittee appointdd. This illipdoirs to be good logic; but could not the difficulty be got over by everyone in the place, as far as tihey were able, taking up scrip ? It woul...

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CONCERT AND BALL AT BETHANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

CONUERT AND BALL AT" BETIIANGA. The Roman Catholics of the Bothanga. district are laboring undero the dis-. advantage of having i place of worship. altogether too small for oven, present requirements. As far back as fve 'years. ago, a concert ancd ball, got up to formf the nucleus of a church fund, resulted in a sum of £209 being netted. A commonnce mont haviog boon thus made, a number of local adherents of the church subscribed liberally, and £100 was: finally deposited in the bank, besides 'a sum .of £40, pat. apart for the purchiaso of a suitable block of land upon which the proposed sacred edifice will stand. It wais recently decided to atugment the presont balauco in haud by a siomilar effort to that of five years ago. Accordingly a committee was. formed, consisting of Messrsl'Gill, Thos.. Martin, E. Dunne, Considino, J. C. Smith, and last, but by no. means least,. Councillor Scarlott, with MrJ. W. Martisn as hon. secretary, aniid the co-operation of all classes was immodiatoly...

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WODONGA ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

}VODONGA ANNUAL RACES. The entries for the mooting on 'Boxing Day closed ont.Wednesday ovening, when sixteen nominations woro receivotd for the classic event,thoWodonga Handicap;seven for the Ladics'aBraclet, and fitoe for the Hurdle Raco. For some c so, as yet utin. explained, the Upper Murray districts is almost unrepresented in the list.i How ever, soyoral first-clasasnimnals hav'o been nominated," ilicluding it few' horses who ohave porforoiedvoery well lt Wagga WVagra dtrig the weeok. ''ho following are the entrios for tho. principal events: .: WODONOA I1ANDICAI'., Paton Brol,' b ut River Beolle, 3 yrs N. M'lKay'q hr It Juiassic, 6 yrs A, Stowat'st g g Eole, 5 yrs T, Johnston's b im Figig, aged J. Evans' ol Bonnie Ohoester, 6 yrs • • J. Patterson's blk g plack Diamnond, 'aged - W. Littlo's b or br colt Domeld (late General Gordon), 3 yrs H. Hoystead't b c Now PFshion, i yrs J, Cain's b g lena, aged R. J. Bowler's b g Dagon, 4 yu W. Walsh's.h h Kildare, 6 yrs 'W. Ringwood's ch g...

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THE BETHANGA ACCIDENT FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

THIE BIETHANGA ACCIDENT FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. Smn, -Just as I expected, John Onlbort has nt 1boon man enough to oxplain his iniportinent conduct that I complained about in my lnst letter. Either he can't or won't. If the former, then his kind offer to keep his " watchful eye" over a society, and use his "pon" in their service, was Simply I farce, since ho seoms unablo to defend hilnsolf; if the latter, thon . ... weoll, we will leave your readers to form their own opinion of him. It only proves our wisdom in treating his former conduct with the contempt it deserved. Since'John Colbhert is evidently afraid to answer our challenge, all we can do is to construe his silence as acquiescence in all that we have said, in which case he is not worth our steel. I am glad this little correspnndence has taken place, as in the future when John Colhort boasts of his doings this record will be in existence. Now that ho has obtained the responsihle position of secretary to the Towong...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

rlp -.STAND TIS'?l SEASONi at IL . - . Bethaaga ..... S 'l?h'?hF.'Tth!oogbhred Horse :U 1 -1 ER I0 '0iN A,1 .By Glorious (inp.), danm liss Wasi; by Pritidc Wlliamn, dain Queen, by Peter Finni (iSp.) Cunieroonu:' is aalJay,mix yeairs old, stand-. irg 1e I as li0gids nigh, with g'oit' boes tand suIltstane?l tiu (d hIas proIedll himself a' good horseton the turf; and is aidmitted by good tidges 'to' be ood of thie :lihndsonest horses n thle dlitrict:,': : :::' I :Tulrnis-- if, mares led:.£3 if paddocked.5 ;Iar1es suat be removed by lst fJaonlary, 1887, oe,'i chargsoaf 2. Udtlper week will be maide for agistllent.. ' '. Good a'ld secnure paddocks 'provided 'on' the .turriy,sniod o?'ery care taken, hbltoilo rbsponslbility. . GEO. OSBORNItNE; rl o 'ST'AND TIllS SEASON AT S::E-SKDALEI, tho Thoroughbred Stallo"i SIR GARNET. SIR OARNET is a brown horse without ity ,rhite, rising oi years old; 17. hands _igll;aod nd iot leggy. Judging fromn this .ib e'sl'?'b?i?'h ns himuseo tzeo-lehe should c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

(;1 RUWARD. - LOST; . bay MARE, ~. black points, four years old, about 12 hands high, branded JHID conjoined, slhd in front. Loot from Lower Rothanga. Gi :EORGE RUSSELL,, ,Jn., Ifothanga.: 1rO CATTLE DROVEIRS and TEAM. .Il ,STERS,-HORSES andl CATTLE taken iln for AGISTMENT. 240 acres -of npleid grans. Abundanco of.wator, Secure fences. Apply to E. Davis, House Creek, near Cattle Saleoyards,. Notice to Trespassers. P OISON laid onou-.Farms and 'Parlddocks at Baranduda. - dIERMANN SOMMERi; GEO. SOM.M1ER. BILL-POSTING.--Orders earefullv at tended to by the undersigned, by leaving them at TrHE SrETINE. Office. at. (Ol,IING, Wndonga Wodonga Cricket Club. A. MEETING of gentlemen favorable to . the formation of a ericket clbh will bh held at the I'IiINCE OF WALES' IIALL on WEI)NES DAY EVENING, 2lth NOVEM. BER, ob eight o'clock. Full attendance reo qucsted, JAMES BAMiIRICK, Jrn., S Secretary pro Pem. Notice. A LL PERSONS found ,HUNTING; SHOOTING, FISHING, or TRES. PASSING ,on, nmy paddocks,...

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THE PROSPECTING VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

AT'l I(ŽlWEGCJTING VYOr. S -Th, regulatiol s firC the C.n tiJ Utioil of "'Lhl " N'I lPluscting'll nard forrlconnunand. .ing the ditri.butiou ,,f the £80,000 votoed py.j' urliament fior.. prspyucitg frgohtLl' Srvute.tijPtroud at a ?pecuial !meetingif th.l Executive, hol liu Friday at Gluovernmentt .htune,, Melbourlne. 'lThty prtv'ide fortliu: istablishuunt of a board in' eiculii'f the nialiug districts-Ararat, Ilullarat, lluech :worth', Cauwtlualaiau,, Uillliuul; ,?raary i borough, aind Sndhllura-to u'nisist of five :- . leJrs, 1onU,' ita mingit?aUtrlvtii rtu Ite kpoiuteLI by te' th OilvernurioiC-Oufiil, onu byIl the - ldl la1ul1 .board, inul by. the Iuoibti of thid! distri:ts.. Inieuwltui's' ..tuSiiditiiit .by ilha iltit;l.altictuiges, 'tirli 's i, thauliihalga ,iiltMiiityi'o. tn.stinh .ai ,in fl by ? h?La iAttuiintpa il huIdies oif theu . i"lt.Mid"t.L. iu tllira f fli?ae will liu t?o Iytau, a d it tcertilioutod itijishvnt or n.;'aiouen nvicted of lainy infiaotns oll'0icu' ca- eanb....

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BETHANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

BETHANGA. (rOMe OUR OWN CORRESPONODENT.) A meeting of the Betlhanga Braneh o the A.L.A. took place on Saturday even ing last, at Golds', the object being to appoint a delegate front the branch to proceed to Beechworth. Each of the branches of the A.M.A. in the Boeech worth Mining District will send a dole gate to Beechwortlh, and they will select one of their number to represent them on the Prospecting Board, their representa. tive having the salme voice as the Govern ment representative himself. This ap pears to be a clear proof of the impor tance and weight the Miners' Association has, even with the Government. At the meeting, two or three names were given in, but only two went to the ballot Messras J. D. Ladd and D. Turnbull-the latter being ultimately selected. During the evening some very warm discussion took place, which showed a wonderful amount of ignorance of .the bye-laws on the part of some of the committee. The committee will have to shake themselves together, if they wa...

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THE BRAGWELL PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

THE BRBAG WVELL PAPERS. I see that Mr J. Symes, blasphemer-in chief for the Victorian Association of Froetltought Radicals, has lately been i taken down a peg," and a pretty con siderable long peg at that. + It appears that at the close of one of his blatant de claiations, the incorrigible Joseph offered a reward to any anon who could prove that he had "found Christ." The offered honorarium was £5. A gentleman, recently arrived fronm England, rose up in the body of the hall, clai riag the amount. eo st'ated that years ago ill the old country he leard a young minister preach a sermon, ill the course of which he passionately urged his hearers to "seek Christ," assuring thlrn that he (the preacher) had sought and found Fia, to the joy and satisfaction of his soul. That preacher was Joseph Symes, pnd the gentlnieian went ol to say that either IMr Symes' professions at that time were a delusion andid a shllnl, or they were so now. I alny case, he claimed tlhe £5, for lie (the speaker) ha...

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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

AUCTION SALES   -------------- Messrs Ohas. L. Gritfith & Co, report holding an extensive sale of horses at their Albury yards on Thursday and Friday, 11th and 12th November, when they yarded over 450 horeas, the larger portion being Indian horses of good quality, the remainder lighter description, also a pro portion of light and medium draughts. The lot as a whole were the best ever yarded In these districts. The competition for light horses of a good class was very brisk, and full values were realized, but draught sorts were difficult to quit at owners' ideas of values, which are not in accord with ruling rates. We quote Indian horses, L15 to L25; superior description L37 (at which prices we quitted a large number); light hacks, L8 to L12; light draughts, L14 to L20, and up to L2? for heavier sorts. We sold draughts, for Messrs J. P. Smith, J. J. Here, Jos. Seymour, Wm. Hore, A. 0. Boyle, John Grieve,Tloos. Proctpr, Cary Bros., G. Mad drill, Walter Carry, 1. R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wodonga and Towong Sentinel — 19 November 1886

: ELLING O 1: SE:U LlNG OFF i FOR Six Weeks Only! C, Bg MERCER,. T1,'1VINGO decided to RETIRE from BUSINESS in WODOINGA, thoe wih;oleo.'fli now and varied $'rO.CK, latcly. bought for cash in the MaIlbourto markots, will I offcered to, the public, rogardless of cost, for SIX WEEKS ONLY. Coma e:arly'! 'IISIS SA FAVORABLE OPPORTUNITY FOR GETTING CHEAP.BARGAII . ASTFHE. S.TOQRE \JILL BE, CLOSED ABOUT THE 1sT OF DEOEBER. ' STORES. - Tha Stock consistt of Groceriei, Ironniougory 'it+wsare, Crockory Qlas?} :o, S'?i per Hangings, and KIerosono Lamps. . SsBOOTS. 'ýA: Choica Assortment (quite new) of Ladies', Chiildrasi's, 1en's, aind Bp?'4 BOO?S ild, SHOES. W\ill be sold cheap. *DRAPERY O?laists of Dress Pieces (in great variety), Cashmnores; Ma\rineas, Wincoys, Prhints, 'BJankets, Flannels, Quilts, Towels, Calicoes, Crotonnes, Velveteens,, Satius, Sarsint, Ladies' Stays, Cardigan Jackets, Hosiery, Gloves, Shirting, Heaurtl Rugs, and othger 1 updsa too numerous to Imoltioo.. MEN'S AND. BOY'S...

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