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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. FUZZY-BUZZY'S PLUCK. THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF A MIDDY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

CHILDREN'S COLUMN, * - FUZZY-BUZZY'S PLUCK. :/'?' &HE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF :,; a middy. \ ' \ , ? ' Hurrah ! We have 'em ! Try the J , - l^ow chaser once more,' Growler. Quick, ''—'' iinap- quick! By jove ! you're too late. :'%- - .She's cheated us, and is running back to ''' ? the river mouth. Dash my buttons, we're . ; -r fQoled!' Captain Stubbs, of H.M.S. Thistle, the fattest and most peppery officer In the navy, bounced about and stamped -4 ' Wth rage. , There before his very eyes was a great p - Arab dhow, crammed with slaves, plung ^ V ' , *£ng and roiling amidst the' savage seas that . J' J;. ^seethed over the sandbar of the Jubn. „_ ^ 1 i. Biver. ?-^ v- ', ' ' She'll escape,' he stormed, ' and I - ~ ,' ' shall lose the biggest priza on the East . *-~- African coast. She'll sail up that straam 'lJ~~ '/ ' ' again, land the slaves, and keep^pm hidden i - until we're tired of watching and have ( ' s ^teamed back to Zanzibar. Wait ! there's „ L ' , . one chance. Here, Fe...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

If you -.(v-kruisv -? ?br.a-ji -? :-lj t'c To? ' i-i your district.!; write t«- D Mi-be'i mid ';ia. C'i-rptii'o-- _ ? ' Htc«-ji, Bvd'.;y. wiif.i wi!i ai:-,--n;j' f-« k -.uj-{-ly at iVisotrihrcu^ii th- lo ji- ;t .n:keei:w»'-' Are you thinking of visiting the ol-i rounlry ?^ '? If so, g1 1 by the M^KRHjj^rics M:irmrm'», that is, ? th« Pre'JOfi m.iil stamen Se'1 tinir list of siiiUn?1) p-.hHsh ;?» it-. -lwi vnr-'-r. ai:i; \vji(,o ipv full ;-'lV'i -.;u: :'.!:! ???'. ::.i'!; ?i-.Ilv'-J t;rtic;, -J tl:4ill'r) E-NO'tf '-^KIJIT ^AL'L^hb bs«ii r'jtind an .frxcoJleuv corxtjctivu t-.i ijiffiffg^tivvko g.- .--?-, and hp.s r. inv^ny i^:i.'\^lMS''u:, \i0::]&.,u j ft3* 'iiy mimenitf\ptf*r- -ifrTKi v^-t\] ! c v ^''fji.t^pk -lf '? ? ? ??{fc.i&'W a aii.mixth'H: t r.1^' ,? - Ithirvpean £iail j)V fc'ijld bi- .-.!1 Chemist* nnft'Ptorcn, .$' -

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. BOY'S SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

. THE LADIES' COLUMN. BOY'S SUIT. This pretty ouit ia iuter.ded or ser^p, faced . clotb, velveteen or tweed good?, the shirt being of cambric, fl. -niie!, or silk. The knicktr bcckers would be cat in lining and material, each mada up separately, then the lining sllp slitched in by the waist and knees. The cuat i3 to be cut in tweed and Italian clotb, to be inade ap Eeparateir, then the Italian clotb Blip-stitched in, thus hiding the turnings. The coat front turns back from the ceck to form the lower portions of the collar, and this mast be covered with material interlined wilh cafcvap, the ed^es turned in ard machine stitched, the sleeve beicg twice mc.chinc . stitched ia lieu of a cuff. The blouse front is 'arranged wi'h a box pleat down the centre trimmed on either eida wi-h frilling, the neck part being gathered each side of the pleat and dca«pn up to tb.3 c'zj of the collr.r band, whieb would be of double nifttc-rial, interlined wib c3.RV.ie, thors joined in vKh th« upper is tin...

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TO SIBERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

TO SIBERIA. ^ ? On one occasion, during a parade of hia. Horse Guards, the Emperor Paul of Russia was extremely dissatisfied with the manner in which the troops performed their evolu tions. At length, after a more than ordi- . narily stupid blunder on the part of tha troops, the Czar could stand it no longer, and he determined to preside over the drill ia person. The troops were well aware that the Czar's temper was on the verge ol bubbling over ; and the knowledge &o unnerved them that things went from bad to worse, until at last a blunder supervened (a blunder that the officers and men shared alike) which proved the climax. Galloping up to tha disorganised lines, and roining up his charger at their head, iivid with the fury which he no longer attempted to suppress, hts m?jo,8ty the . Emperor gave vend to tho following original and very effective speech : — ' Officers and troopers of the Imperial Ho. S' Guards. E-»ht about face ! Quick march — to Siberia !' Tht» entire regi...

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GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

GOSSIP. Fruulein Dr. von Itoih ia the first woman ?..'.?.doctor in Austria to hold a public appoint ; fcoeut. Sb-- lisa b;.fifl i-onrnatcd hy iii, £4lui«tur ui War m.tid,Qd a-ituQAui waii ih? Utlc o[ oub«preei(Joufc of 'Tor Institution for Gaorgino von Roth is the daughter of a fi old- marshal, and her mother was a Couutfss Pd!ffy\ She matriculated in Viennas studied afterwards at Berne, where she obtained her diplcmti. She practised for some time at several Vienni hospitals, and is said to excel in (turret y. When the Empress of Austria tabes her daily walk of four or five miles Bhe wears a short black dress that does not reach the ankles. She walks straight on wherever she wishes, and her Greek teacher follows close behind, talking Greek or reading to bar. She has to get a new teacher every year. The following exracb from a bcok dated 1831 gives some idea of how a certain class ol male thinkers at that rather remote time re garded lovely woman : — A woman should be like three thin...

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NOVELTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

NOVELTIES. The parpelual fall bkixt, guileless of trim . miegs, save and c-xctpt when some more in ' ventive genius thinks -? f a pantil, is apt to pal 1 .upon us. An ;.ccrpa-ile innovation is a Bkirr, ? which at first has a tuck at the htm, hend; ri by b narrow gold braid, ''??nt on closer irjepf?c tiou it proved a distinct upper tkirt, with a band thus treated on cha foundation. ' A featura of the French fashions of to-day is & pEc-iusion of little gold buttons on tailor made gowns. They have an undeniably smart ? eflvc*. Buttons ere mosv elaborate, and made of the beat paste, set in pearls or Fruncb brilliant?., The shapes vaiy horn ibe most irfitdtetimal to .'a crown pucr-, a gem being a beart-B'haped ruby or opal with a round setting of brilliants. 'A new idea io to have two ro^s close together. ?of tha Bmall gold, buttons abeve mentioned, 'set with tiny medallions, in color, down the front of the bodica and up the sleeves. Tor ~ tjiseshell and enamel, and motber-o'-pea...

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JINDERA. WEDNESDAY, January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

JINDERA. fFBOM OUB OWN OOBBBBPONDBNT.') Wednbbday, January 29. The woather has been very changeable since my last. Thursday and Friday till noon were uncomfortably hot. A horse belonging to Wat* son and. Young, cordial manufacturers, f nil in tbe street and only for help being qlose the animal wonld have died. W. Heloon bled the horsa, and kept cold water bandages on the head aad loins, and during the night tbe animal was able to get on its legs and now is fairly well. This accident, I am informed, was caused by the intense heat ; since tben the days and nights have been bear able, but this morning is quite cool with a strong fresh wind. Last Monday was kept up as Anniversary Day by holding a day's racing at Klose's Jindera Hotel. There was a fair attendance, end each rnce drew good floldu. Tbe stewards, judges, nnd atartor gave, general satisfaction. The first race wan tho. Maiden Fintq, haK-n-wiltj—'Obips race. Jindera Handicap, three-quarters of a mile — Mr S. Watson's Vision (la...

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THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLE. FULL DETAILS OF THE BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE TRANSVAAL TROUBLE. !v ? ? FULL DETAILS OF THE BATTLE. By the arrival of the R.M.S. Tongariro the following news has been received from Cape Town dated January 3 : — Dr. Jameson's column arrived at Krugerg dorp on New Year's Eve, haviDg so far met with little resistance. The command of the High Commissioner to retire his forces had, as we know, not been complied with. The doctor sent a message to the Krugtrsdorp authorities to remove tho women and ohildren, as be intended to take the town. Carel Eloff, President Kruger's grandson, met the Chartered force at Zwaartlaagte, rode up alone, and asked their business. He wbb taken prisoner, but soon afterwards released. His arms were, however, retained by Dr. Jameson. When asked the reason, the doctor replied, 'Come to maet me at the Government offices, Pretoria, and I will return them to you.' Another incident was the arrest of Router's agent (Mr. Siidolph) a3 a spy by the Boors. He was subsequently released on the production of his pa...

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TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

TUMBARUIV3BA. (FBOM OTJB OWN OOBBEBPONDENT.) On Friday afternoon last one of the most terriflo storms yet experienced here passed over the town. The wiud was of great violence and accompanied with rain in torrents and danger ously close lightning. As far as I can hear no seiioua accidents resulted, but one or two inatanceB are recorded of narrow escapes. The storm raged for about half an hour, during whioh time the wind was very strong, and one gust so iurious tnac every nouse in tne town must have suffered mere or less. In the country through whioh the storm passed trees were twisted and uprooted in all directions. Since the heavy rain the weather baa considerably improved, the evenirgs^being quite chilly and bracing. It is worthy of note that during all the recent hot and unhealthy weather, and the fact that almost every distriot in the colony has re ported deaths, not one has, I am pleased to say, ocourred in this Alpine township. A concert was held in Byrne's Hall on Mon day for...

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FIFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

FSFIELD. (PBOM OTJB OWN OOBBESPONDBNT.) ' The weather hao been almost unbearable, the thermometer running from 105deg. to 117deg. in the shade. Eight deaths have occurred through the excessive heat within the last few days in the Farkes district. On Friday, 24th, we had a welcome change. About 6 o'clock we had a heavy thunderstorm, 98 points of rain falling through the night, and from present appearances we are likely to have a heavy fall of rain. This patt of the world never was in greater need of it. Any stock that was able to travel has been removed towards the more favoured districts, Never tire and Warren. Thousands of sheep are dead, and those that are left are very low in condition. The diggings are nearly deserted, and the water for domestic purposes has dried up. A deputation of miners waited on Mr. E Ourr, of Murimbogie Station, and he has kindly given them water for domestic purposes. The distance ' it will hive to be oa«ted is eight miles, and Although wehavelO.000 loads...

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THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP. ST. PETERSBURG TOURNEY. LONDON, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP. ? ©. — . — ST. PETERSBURG TOURNEY. London, January 28. The final matches in the. chess tourney at St. Petersburg were played yesterday with the following results : — Lasker (England) . . ... 11J Steinitz (United States) . . 9J Pillsbury (United States) . . 8 Tschigorin (Russia) . ?. 7

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BURRUMBUTTOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

BURRUfi/lBUTTOCK. (PBOM OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT.') A number of members of the Lutheran Church assembled to-day to consider the advisa bility of building a suitable residence for their minister, the Bev. Mr. Harms, his present resi dence in Qerogery being in a very dilapidated condition. A subscription list bad been in cir culation for some days, and as those present ap peared in favor of the proposal several increased the amount of their rtnnatinriH. nnd nthors Hiib scribed handsome sums. Nearly £200 was subscribed. A very pleasing effect had the announcement that the Munyabla Congregation promised to assist with about £50. As there will he a deficiency of fully £100 still, a hope was expressed that those who were most able would help to increase the tota1. A committee was ap pointed consisting of Messrs. W. Z week, J. M Gresehke, and W. Scbilg. The later was re quired to act as secretary and to advertise (once oaly) for the making of EO.O00 brisks. It was suggested that anyone wantin...

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THE TIM PLATE INDUSTRY. IMPENDING STRIKE. LONDON, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE TIH PLATE INDUSTRY. IMPENDING STRIKE. London, January 27. A serious crisis has occurred in the tin plate industry in South Wales. The depression in the trade has caused the men employed in tbe manufacture to fear that the masters will reduce tbeir wages, and they have accordingly notified their intention of ceasing work in March. This action will nffect 11,000 workers.

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FINLEY. MONDAY, January 27. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

F1NLEY. (FBOM OUB OWN 0OBBBSPONDBNT.) Monday, Jannary 27, Since my last report we havo experienced extremes of the atmosphere. The weather1, though very changeable and many signs of a break to a heavy rainfall, continues dry, Thurs day was another hot duy, with hot blasfs of air* the thermometer registering at mid-day 108, thongh at other places around here thermomo. tera in various shades registered 113. But it ia hard to determine what oorno peoplo msan by the phade. On Thursday' -nt 1O.:SO priu. tho. glaBa indicated 103, a.n-l m Friday moroiog ftt t a.m. 89, 94 at mid-day, and 74 at 7 p.m. On Saturday morning 60 wrb registered at 6.45 a.m. We have had a few light thunderstorms with rain, Orass and water is becoming scarce, though in several instances deep wells meet the need of water, as water can be found by sinking from 140ft. to 180ft. suitable for stock. The stubble fields in a measure supply a little fodder for stock. A meeting was held at Burbury'a Tuppal Hotel by the Finle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

. «aro3srasr jp The balance of Bioclk !? Jr:; must be , '' y^y'i ?I Cleared at any price. Advices to hand sta|£ tha^ie Steamship with the NEW WINTER£^s6iyM on board has passed through the Suez OanaL-\^^^ STARTLING REVELATIONS WILL FOLLOW HER ARRIVAL; ?'?'''..? ' ^ © '??'?'??. J essa, JiLa JM»- 14JT Jjg& jgvB

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URANA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

URANA. (COBBEBPONOENT JEBILDEBIE HEBALD ) Death has been using his grim Bickle ogam amongst us during the past week. First a lad named John Whitford met with a sudden death from drowning while bathing in the creek on Friday last. A coronial inquiry was held, and from the evidence adduced a verdict of acci dental drowning was returned. The jury added a rider that the Government should put aside a safe place for bathing purposes and that bathing in unsafe places should be prohibited. Several doaths are reported from the country. Another old resident, Mrs. Whitford, passed away on Sunday last. The case 18 a melancholy one, Hor husband died about eleven months ago, and his 1ob3 waa felt bo keenly by hia widow that ohe never apparently recovered the shock, and the drowning of hor eot on Friday hastened the end. Mr. aud Mro. Whitford had been residents in t.ii.T rlTt'ii,-; f-;-j -h; jvsi-i. 25 V'?hni aud were fjreatly Ihv town is now besieged by a goodly number ' o£ would-be selectors. Th...

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RUTHERGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

RUTHiRGLEfJ. T ' (KBOM OUR OWN aOBBKSPONDHNT.) -,' ^ ' ' The past week brought us some of the- warmest weather we have had for years. Satur'' dny and Sunday were, however, much cooler, Hndwe breathe again and look much better for it. Toe A.N.A. Gala which came off on the 27th, w,is a great success. Tbe procession- was ft credit to all in it, and the sports were well patron nistd. The entries in each event, and also tha finishes, were very close. The promenade con*. cert waa held in Barclay Park, and waa very successful, an excellent programme having been arranged. The brass band played some excellent; music between the different events of the day/ and night, The officers of the sports, especially the joint secretaries (F. Buckley and Gray), aro deserving of praiea. Without the expenses of: the above sports are very heavy, the charitable: institutions of the district will benefit consider ably Mining ia still flit, and I think it will be untit Buster, when dividends should be coming ...

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TALLANGATTA. WEDNESDAY. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

TALLAfJGATTA. (FBOM OUB OWN COBBESPONDEHT.) Wednesday. January 2S. The annual meeting of subscribers to the local Athenroum, arranged for last night, lapsed for want of a quorum. ? An old identity of Tallangatta died in the. Albury hospital on Sunday in the person of Patrick O'Loghlen, familiarly known as ' Paddy, the Fisherman,' who had been ailing for some weeks past and was only removed to the above' institution last Friday. «' Paddy ' was an old resident, having been over 30 years ch the Mitta. He must have been nearly 80 years of »ge. The alluvial find near Granya, which I re* ported last week, has not justified the expecta tions formed of it when the sensational accounts first got abroad. The prospector, Murphy, is said to be doing fairly well, but ha is singular in this respect, and a lot of the miuerB who left '? wageB ' for a supposed ' better thing '' have returned disappointed. , ' ; Dr. ScccoinDe, w'ao haB disposed of bis prad» tioo here to He, Ttnvaitea, wua i«n Friday ...

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SPORTING. TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

j SPORTING. TURF NOTES. (By Atlas.) 'WO.,' Taigarno.— 1. On the 9th February, 1871, the Plying Stakes nt Beechworth was won by SDOwdrif t, 4 years, 8.0, ridden by W. Yeomans j and at the same meeting, on the 11th February, the BoroDgh Handicap was won by Aroma, aged, 8 9, also ridden by Yeomans, in whose name both mares ran. 2. No, yon are wrong in stating that Aroma won the District Plate The late Mr. B. J. Bowler's Doefoot (by Buckstone or Snow den), 7.12. was first, Aruma 8 9 second, and Mosstrooper 6 5 third. Doefoot also won the Shorts Handicap on the first day of the meeting. I believe Arnma ia still alive and running in Mra. Bowler's paddocks at Mitta Mitta. 3. Bonnie Bee was the property of Mr. Alex M'Donald. He ran third to Coolabah and Rapid in the Albury Gap of 1883. He was Bold to Mr. W. Forrester for, 1 believe. £700. Mr. G. A Gray, hon. sec. to the Gandagai Racing -Club,- will receive nominations up to 9 p.nr on 11th February for the Gundagai Racing Club Handicap of 46...

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THE STRIKE IN THE SHIP-BUILDING TRADE. SETTLEMENT OF THE DISPUTE. LONDON, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE STRIKE IN THE SHIP-BUILDINC TRADE. SETTLEMENT OF THE DISPUTE. LoifroN, January 23. A complete settlement of the difficulty between the shipbuilders at Belfast and on the Clyde and the engineers in their em ploy, who have been on strike for some months past, has now been arrived at. A few days ago the Olyde men agreed to accept the Is. per day advance in wages offered them, and resumed work- but the Belfast men still held out. The latter, who were offered an advance, to commence in February, have now been given a promise that the increase shall take effeb immediately, and. they have aoaeptod tbesp terms,,

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