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CORRESPONDENCE. PASSING ON THE LAND TAX. TO THE EDITOR OP THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. ?» ? PASSINa ON THE LAND TAX. ' TO THE EDITOR OP THE ALBtJRY BANNER. Sir, — To determine who shall first pay any tax is an easy matter, quite within the province of the Legislature. Bat to deter mine from whom the money shall ulti mately come is very difficult and altogether beyond the power of any Legislature. Customs duties are invariably passed on, and can be easily traced until they are finally distributed among the consumers of the commodities taxed ; but it has been said that direct taxes, such as land and income taxes, must be paid by those on whom they are first imposed and cannot be passed on. A very slight inquiry will, I think, show the fallacy of this assertion. Suppose any member of the community to have an income of .£1000 a year derived from the production of land which he owner, ox from personal .exertion, say, as a doctor or barrister. The Government passes a land and income tax equal to 10 per cent., thus reducing this income to £900 a year. On inqu...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS, A series of gales continued through the whole of last Friday night. The L.V.A. races on Friday were somewhat marred by the wind and dust. Mark Twain gava bis two final lectures In Melbourne last week. The Christmas trade in Albury is reported to have been generally satisfactory, Reports from the country districts are on the whole more hopeful than for some time past. : . A fatal accident occurred at Narandera on Christmas Day. A man named Brabney fell out of a cart and was killed. A disgusted audience broke up a Melbourne theatrical entertainment on Boxing Night. The performance it appears did not come up to the advertisements. The frozan turkeys sent to London brought - 9d. per lb. The Government of Venezuela aBks the aid of other American republics to fight England. The Government of -Venezuela is not, says the New York press, likely to get it. Mr. J. E Radmond has cabled to the United States that in the tvent of war, Ireland will be ' solid for Amarica.' Chr...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW SOUTH WALES NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

THE NEW SOUTH WALES NEW TARIFF. ? ? ,;..? ? O ? In the following table the duties are of a re Venae character, and remain unaltered :— _ ? PERMANENT TARIFF. ? Article. Old Duty. | New Duty. Beer, ale, porter, spruci '| or other bser, cider & perry, in wood or j »r S.i. per gal. Do , in bottle ... .. 9i. per gal. Do., for 6 reputed qu'rts or 12 reputed pints... 9d. per gal. Spirits— On all kinds of spiri* and spirituous com- ' . pounds importec and not other wis- Us per enumerated .. proof gal. No allowance beyonc 16 5 shall be made for the underproof of any spirit of f. less strength than 16 5 underproof. Case spirits — contents of 2. 3, 4, or 5 gals shall be charged— 2 gallons and under ? »? as 2 gallons. Over 2 gallons and not exceeding 3, at 3 gallons. }? Unaltered. Over 3 gallons anr1 not exceeding 4, at 4 gallons. Over 4 gallons and not exceeding 5, as 6 gallons. Bitters, essences, fluids exracts, sarsaparilla tinctures, medicines ? infusious and toilei preparations,con...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Butter, 9J to Is 3d per 1b. Bgsjs, 7d to 9J per doz Ham, lOd per lb Bacon, 4d to 8d per lb. Oats. 28 91 per bushel Chaff, 5* per cwt Barley, 3a per bushel Potatoes (new), 6a 66' to 7s per cwt ?Bran,' Is 2d cer bushel Pollard, Is 2d per bushel.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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MINORS AND SETTLEMENT LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

MINORS :AND- SETTL^E^T LEASES. A case decided by the Local Land Board at their last sitting at Urana, will be of interest to many intending applicants for land. It was' briefly tlrs : A young man named Shannon,' between 18 and 19 years of age, applied for a; settlement lease to the land egenr. There heiner other aDDlioants for the same leasehold, a ballot became necessary. This *akin? place, young Saannon's marble was the first drawn ou*-, ? and he was looked upon by ail as a successful one. When it cama before the Board .for - confirmation .last week, the father, who had hia* doubts about the validity of his son's tenure,' engaged an agent, who pet the question direct to them, if the age of the applicant would affect the' tenure. Reference was at once made to the act, and after a consultation, and hearing arguments ' from the applicant's representative, who pointed i out that the lease was for twenty- eight years, and by the time of its expiry Shannon, who wsa; now nearly nineteen ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ALBURY FARMERS' MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

ALBURY FARMERS' MARKET. The Bivebina Wool, Hide, and Produce Co. Limited report having held their usual weekly sale on Saturday last, when they cleared every line - flered at satisfactory prices They quote: — Butter, 9.1 per lb; eggs, 5d per dcz ; honey, 6d per bottle ; fowls, Is 41 to Is 6d t er pair, nothing good in ; ducklings, Is lu to Is 5d per pair*; sorghum, 4tl per lb ; ostg, 2s j 91 per buBhel-; barley, 2s 8d do ; chxff, £4 5a per ton ; ?wheat, 3s 81 per bushel for prime milling. F. W. TRUE reports sales on Saturday, De cember 28th, as follows : — Butter (separator; 1b 3d per lb, dairy 8d to Hid per lb, eggs CJd per diz, duck eggs 7$d per doz. hnc.n middles 6Jd per lb, bams 6Jd to 8&d per lb, fresh mut m Bides Is 6d to Is lOd, hindquarters Is to Is 3d, forequartera 6d, corned roll beef 2d per lb. honey 6id per bottle, fowls Is 6d to Is lid, dncks Is 61 to 2a 5d per pair, geese Is lOd to 2j 81 each, turkey hens to 2-j each, apricot' 2d per lb, apples Id to IJd per lb...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SELECTION VALIDATED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

SELECTION VALIDATED. El'iot Heriot (transferred to John H. Black wood and James Aitken), 115a, Cookardina.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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GHAS. L. GRIFFITH AND CO.'S REPORT. ALBUBY FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

CHAS. L GRIFFITH AND CO.'S REPORT. ALBUBY FOBTNIGHTLY &1AF.KILT. ' Mes3rs, CJHA.S. h. UKIFFITH and Uo. report having held their usual for.n ghily market a' Albury on Tuesday, 31at ult. , wh-;n they ynrded 80 cattle and 800 sheep to a small attendance -«i buyerB. Cattle.— They yarded 80, cbufly fats of in ferior to medium quality, excepting a few prime cows, nothing very prime or heavy yarded. They sold best pens of bullocks from £4 103 to £5, lighter from £3 15s to £4 10*. Pat cows £3 to £4. a few extra quality to £5 7s 6d, Mrs. Con neps's cows realizing this flgurn, and H Gibson's to £5 59. They sold a few store bullocks at £2 16s. fat calves, small, to 18s. They sold drafts for Messrs. Jns. Seymour, J. J Hore, Wm. Hore, B. Smith, Mrs. M. J. Lovett. E. Osbjrne, J M'Douald, Mrs. Cjnnesa, H. Gibson, Patrick ? Ryan, and other?. Sheep — They yarded 800, chiefly fats of only medium quality, watch sold at a rcdnciic-n in price compared with recent pales, withers seil ing to 5s, e...

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ANNUAL LEASES GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

ANNUAL LEASES GRANTED. Wm. G. Motchett, 173a, Morven Johannes Grosse, Castlestead Ohas. A, Peake, Dora Dora Kelso King, 280a, Granville Thas. A. Cowell, jun , 30a, Gumly Gumly Jease Freeman, 5a 2r 31p, Young Thtmas Tonkin, 16i lr 13p, do Patrick O'CoDnor, 40a, Murringo Htnry Clever don, 33a, Wombat.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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CHHNERY & CO.'S REPORT. ALBURY FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

CHENERY & CO.'S REPORT. , ? . Alkuby Fohtnigutly Haukkt. Messrs. Ohenkey and Co. report holding their la--t sale of the old year on Tuesday, 3l8t December, when they yarded and sold— 900 fat Uheep, 43 fat caule, and 20 pigs, 2100 store wethers being turned out unaold. Owing to the broken week caused by the holidays, ihe attend ance of b'iyern waa limited and consequently prlceB wcto n t up to late quotations, and especially in f-n sh-ep sales difHcult to tflfcet to wards the tnd. Best crossbred wethers 53 6d j teBt croRBbred ewes 4s 81 to 4a 9d ; crossbred lambsjjo ; crossbred Southdowne 5s 6d ; merino wethers Hi Id to 3s 4d ; merino ewes 2e 61 to 2s flj. Beat fat bullocks £3 12a 61 to £4 43, otbons irotn £3 to £3 5». A very few good bullocks ? being yarded and nothing prime, Bent cows £b £3 to £3 14a 6d ; heifera £2 19s to £& ; vealers iiii. Nest sale, 15th January, 1896. Note.— -Sales wi!l in future bo conducted by Mr. John C, Chenery, auctioneer fco J&eaur...

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FAMOUS RUSH FOR GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

A FAMOUS RUSH FOR COLD. ? * --? ? The recent rush of several thousands of the old time goldaeekera from the mining camps of Arizona, New Mexico, and Cali fornia to the new fields in Oklahoma recalls the stampede of excited man that have oc curred in the south-west territories of the United States in the last two decades. The history of the territories is full of unrealised expectations among miners, and of suffer ings and privations endured in attempts to reach distant mines, from which reports of riches had gone out. With the potable exception of the rush to the Leadville min ing district in Colorado, there has been none anywhere in 40 years attended with the excitement that followed the news of the finding of great deppsibs of gold and silver in Tombstone in 1879. Miners irom every part of the Pacifio Coast caught the fever for gold, and as we'ek after week samples of the Tombstone rook were more widely circulated, and rumors went forth concerning the fortune this or that man or c...

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SYDNEY MARKET. Tuesday, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

SYDNEY MARKET. '„ , ? TuKSDAY, December 31. At the liomobnsh fat stock sales yesterday 30,499 sheep were penned, being 2726 more than were drawn for. The quality generally was very middling, and incjuded a large proportion at ewes. There was ? a poor attandance of buyers, competition being very dull throughout nud prices weaker, enpeciady towards tho-clu^e i-f sales. Prime lots of wethers made to 7s lid ; cio=sbreds 8s. one exceptionally prlma pea to 10s 7d; good merinos, 6* to 6s 6d ; medium. 4s Cd to 5s Gd ; others from 3s 3d. Best lots of ewes made to 58 8d, rrossbred 10 7s 5d j good e*es, 4s 9 i to5s 3d j medium, 3s 6d to 4s ; others from 2a Id. A full supply of lambs forward, being mostly inferior quality. There was a good detr-and, especially for prime quality, prices for which showed an improvement on last day's rates. Beet lots made to 8s 6d ; good, 7s to 7s 6-i ; medium, 5s 6d to Ga 6d ; others from 2s, Two thousand and ten cattle were yarded, including some very prime yard...

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VICTORIAN COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

VICTORIAN COURTS. ASSIZE OOUBT. : Beeohworth ? Tuesday, March 17. GENBBAL SES8IONS. Beechworth ? Wednesday, April 15, COUNTY COUBTS. Besch worth ? Wednesday, April 15. . Cbiitern ? Tuesday, April 14 Wudonga ? Wednesday, Match 11. COURTS OF MINE8. Beeohwoith ? Wednesday, April 15. Ohiltern ? Tuesday, April 14. .,.' ' Wodonga ... ... Wednesday, March .11. PETTY SESSIONS, Bcechwortb ? Daily Bethauga ... ... Every Wednofiday Conyovg ... ... First Sat. each month Cl-iiteicn m ... Every Monday, Wednes* day1, and Friday Bldoyad.9 .,? ... Every WednosElay J ?'

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A HUNDRED AND TWENTLY MILES AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

A HUNDRED AND TWEHTLY t\1ILES AN HOUR. It is generally conceded that 60 miles an hour ia the practical limit of speed on steam railways, as at preBent constructed. It is rather startling, therefore, to be told that a company has been formed and that capital has been obtained for the puipoBe of ereoting a railway which will bear trains at doable this speed. A hundred and twenty miles an hour is a speed that, if main, tained, would carry one around the world in a tviila nvpf airvVit. riatrD - Tf. {a -faafov iVion fVm hurricane, the carrier-pigeon, or anything else that moves upon this mundane sphere. Yet the National Rapid Transit Company is asking the United States Senate for privileges looking to the establishment of a line between Hew York and Washington, and specifying in the proposed Bill that the schedule-time shall not be less than 100 miles an hour, which necessitates a speed of 120 miles per hour to cover loss from stops, Further, the General Eieotrio Company of New York is w...

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SALE OF SNOW LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

SALE OF SNOW LEASES. The land agents will offer at auction at noon on Tuesday, 31st December, the following snow leases for pastoral purposes : — ' District of Tumbarumba. Parishes Bound Hill, Dargals, and Jagungal, 3350a ; upset price per lot now recommended, £16 0a 10d; coat of survey, £28 73 ; improve ments nl Parish Round Hill, 3360a ; upset price, £14 ; cost of survey, £19 12s ; improvements nil. Parish Eound Hill, 8520a; upset price, £17 15s ; cost of survey, £17 19a ; improvements nil. District of Tumnt. Parish Talbingo, 4050a; upset price, £8 8a 9d ; coat of survey, £13 10s 3d ; value of im provements, £15. Parishes of Boraig, Jounama, and Talbingo, 3188a; upset price, £6 12s lOd ; cost of survey, £9 17a ; value of improvements, £170.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

f ' '' '? Ti~ ?? ? i' ??;??! - ? , ? ,- in i.. i»n, jC i, iiiiini in . —i- -r -?! ? ? ii ? 111 l-^rff^^^^;!)fi^'i!§.Ii ± JaJt-i jd J]lil^4toit&^Ju V v ^OJUfevL/H/iJ JtSJLJjil or (uOe9 ?Al^iBTj^^r ,// wx^QDo:isrc|L&. :ekKa.-d, THE most Modern and Highest class of SO^pRIN^^rid DRYING jlAOBINBRY.|?Large STORAGE ACCOMMODATION. Wool treated in a skilful manner by efficient tradeatnd;;-jii'fie Highest Possrale ResultB produced with promptness and despatch. OPINION OP A LEADING BUYHR.— The wool treatejfby the Federal ? Woolscouring Co. ia well scoured, and no improvement what ever could be desired except perhaps to tske a little more weight out^f* Consignment received and delivered at Albury or Wodonga Railway Stations, insured while at the works, and consigned to any destination FREE OF CHARGE. LIBERAL ADVANCES made on Wool consigned for scouring. «.«««- any aeswnauon The Company act as strictly Woolscourers, and do not purchase either wool or skins. Further particulars on...

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NEW SOUTH WALES LAND NOTICES. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

NEW SOUTH WALES LAND NOTICES. ? x-v. ? HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. The undermentioned blocks of land will be available for homestead selection on and after 9 th January :-— District of DpniHquin. Seventem lots. See Baiincr 20th December, District nf Wagga. Pour lots See Banner 20ih December. District of Young. Seven lots. See Banner 20th December, The undermentioned blocks of land will be available for homestead selection on and after 16th January ; — District of Deniliquin. County TownBend, parish North Deniliquin. Pors. 35, 36, 37. and 38, 122a lr each } im provements nil ; capital value, £489 each ; annual rent at \\ per cent,, £6 2d 3d each ; survey fee, £4 4s 6d each. County TownBend, parish Woonox. Fora. 41 and 42, 160a each; improvements nil ; capital valua, £320 each ; annual rent, £4 each ; survey fee, £4 10 j e\ch . Pors, 43 and 44, 160a each ; value of improve* ments, £2 lla 6d each ; capital value, £320 each ; annual rent, &i each ; snrvey fee, £4 10a each Po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

N Sales toy £*.miU-ma CHA8. L GRIFFITH and CO.'S AUC TION SALES :— Wodonga Fo?tnight?j' Market.— Tuesday, 7th . - Jftnuary^l89G,('--', r N , ?. AiburyFortQlghtlyiifftrket.-Tr ^#friesday,15th January. ' '-., - '?'':' r - . ? TallangattafMarket.— Date to be fixed. Pale of To\W'Properties — Early date. Biverina Wool, Hide, and Produce Co. Ltd. — Sale of Wool, Hides, and Skins— This Day. RIverina Wool. Hide, and Produce Co. Ltd.— . ~ i Sale of Farm Produce, Galvanised Iron, : , &c — Saturday, 4Mi January. Wodongatf FoTinighily Market. TUESDAY, 'A^JANTfAIlY, At 11 o'clock a.m. sharpfe CHAS. /. GBIFlfea and Co. wl^cll by auction at theijr WoJogga Tards, aS'above, 100 Fa/and SlorejCattle^or different owners, / Also, 200 p/ime Fat Sheep for Mr. Jasper Newson, Fassifern ; &c, &c, ' - Preliminary Holjce. : '* SALE orTOWIgJIROPEliriES. CHA8. L.VffM5FFf H and Co. wi^hold a Sale ofc^Town 'Kjiperties on an E^RLY -DATE. Intending aejueYa will kindly forward , particular s $...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

' OdAms' bUEEP Dips give the hi-.ht, reEuItc. Use them.

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COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURY. THURESDAY, January 2. Wheat.—33 9d per bushel. SYDNEY. Tuesday, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896

COMMERCIAL. \ GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURV. Thursday, January 2. Wheat.— 3s 9d per bushel. SYDNEY. Tuesday, December 31. Maizt!.— River maize quoted 3a to 33 3d per bushel, according to quality ; prime inland, nominal. Oata.— Prime, 2s 9d per bnshel. The associated oiillera quote best flour at £10 per ton, and new at £9 10a for January de livery. Intercolonial whf at is nominal j new local wheat, 4s to 4s 3i per bushel. Chaff.— Imported chaff: Prices nominal. Adelaide— Prime. £4 153 to £4 17a 6d. Tas mini-in— Prime, £1 10*. Local — Piioae to £5; medium, &1 to £i. 10s p'.r ton Hay. — Local oaten, in bundles : Prima £6 10s ; medium, £5 to £5 103 per ton. Straw. — Locnl : Derrick-pressed, jE4 ; Taa inrmian, £3 5a ; bundled, £3 to £3 10s per ton. ! MELBOURNE. Tuesday, December 31. Wheat. — Business reported to-day covers about 1350 bags ia town and country, at and ecfual to 45 3d to 4? 3^3. : Bran has bsen quiet; the quotation of Is Id delivered is nominal. . Qats — Rusioesa h...

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