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DISTRICT NEWS. FINLEY. Monday, December 23. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
DISTRICT NEWS. FIMLEY. (FBOM OUE OWN CORBESPONDHNT.) Monday, December 23. Since my last report I think that the changes in conditions' of weather have been somewhat phenomenal. We have passed from summer to winter in one week. Monday the 9th was very hot, registering about 98 degrees with instance9 of 100, but townrds evening a thunderstorm with strong wind1' came on about 8 p.m. Tuesday^ the 10th, the day was rather of a close atmos phere with signs of rain, and frooi midday the evidences became greater, and at inter? alg there was heavy thunder, and about 3 p.m. an excep tional heavy rainfall with high winds and rambling thunder, while for about 15 minutes rain might be said to have poured down.- Within an hour the lower levels of ground were covered with water. From a rain gauga at the telephone office the register was 116 points, bnt from the appearance of the water lying about there seemed to be about 200 pointe. Many of the dam3 which had a good catchment area were filled, but...
SALE AT PARKES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. SUBUBBAN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
SALE AT PABKKS. Tuesday, January 28. subusban lots. * Portion 514 of lr, pariBh Carrajong. Upset price, £90 per lot (including £65, value of im provements) Portions 669 to 576, from 3r 36p to la, parish CurrajoDg, Upset pricps, from £10 to £51 per lot, (UpBet pi ices include value of improve ments, as follows :— Portion 674, £40 ; portion 575, £18 ; portion 576, £8) ' Portions 678 to 683, la each, parish Currsjong. Upset priceB, from £14 to £21 per lot. (Upset price of portion 578 includes £7, valae ot im provements,)
SALE AT TOCUMWAL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
SALE AT TOCUMWAL. Saturday, January 25. town lots. Allotments 7 to 10 of section 9, lr 20p each, parish Tocumwal. Upsst priceB, from £5 to £6 per lot Allotments 7 to 10 of section 10, lr 20p each, parish Tocumwal. Upset prices, from £7 to £8 per lot Allotments 1 to 10 of secti n 20, 2r each, parish Tccumwal. Upset prices, from £5 to £6 per lot Allotments 1 to 10 of eection 30, 2r encb, parish Ti.cumvval. Upset prices, from £4 to £5 per lot AUotmf.-ntB 1 to 10 of pccfivi 32, from 33p to 2r, parish Tocurawal. Upset price?, from £9 to £25 per l-,t A)l-vrnt-nts 1 to 5 of section 33. from lr 27p to 2r, parish Tocumwal. ' Upset prices, from £10 ?to £12 109 per lot Allotments 1 to 7 of snetinn 34- from lr 19- to 2c, parish Tocumwal Upset prices, from £8 to £15 per lot Allotments 1 and 2 of section 4:5, 28p end lr 2p respectively, parish Tocumwal. Upset prices, £5 per lot.
SALE AT BALRANALD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
SALE AT BA.LRANALD. Wednesday, February '26. town lots. Allotments 1 to 24 of section 21, from lr 30p to 2r, parish Balranald. Upset priced, from £6 to £14 per lot Allotments 1 to 20 of section 22, from lr 30p to 2r, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £10 to £14 per lot Allotments 1 to 10 of section 23, from lr 35p to 2r, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £9 to £10 per lot Allotments 1 to 24 of section 64, lr 37p each, parish Batranald, Upset prices, frora~2TB to £12 per lot Allotments 1 to 24 of section 65, from lr 37p to lr 39p, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £6 to £9 per lot. SUBURBAN LOTS. Portions 37, 38, 39, Rnd 47, 2a 2r each, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £10 to £18 per lot,
8ALE AT DENILIQUIN. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
SALE AT DENILIQUIN. Wednesday, January 29. country lot. : Portion 4 of 67a lr, parish Coonamit. Upset price, £1 17s 61 per acre,. (Reserve 21,475 from sale otber than auction.) ~ Wednesday, Fkbuuaey 26. country lots. Portions 16 and 67 of 320a and 132a respec tively, parish Cockran. Upset prices, £1 13s 6d and £1 14s per acre. (Within special area 21,340. Upset prices include value of improve ments as follows :— Portion 16, £16 ; portion 67, £10 2s.) Portion 50 of 689a, parish North Oonargo. Upset -price, £2 13s per acre. (Upset price in cludes £381 12s 6d, value of improvements, Beeerve 23,092 from sale other than auction.)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
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MANAGEMENT OF CAPONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
MANAGEMENT OF CAPONS. There is nothing about the poultry basing that requires so little attention or effort on the part of the owner as raising capons. They are rarely sick or aillDg, always vigorous and heartv. are auiet and docile, and manv mora cae be put in one honse or pen with no fear of harm that would reBUltfrom any other poultry, Ab soon as the fowl is caponizad let him run wherever you wish to have him, and he will get along all right.
WODONGA RACING CLUB. ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
WODONGA RACING CLUB. ??:?-. ANNUAL RACES. The annual meeting or me woaonga uacing Club, held on Thursday, 26th nit, has, so far bb regards good attendance nnd racing, a fair claim to rival previous years. Although the weather was more than warm, the eff ct of the heat was tempered at intervals bv a nice breeze, wh;ch was appreciated by patrons of the grand-stand, while the shelter of the. trees inside the course was gratefully received by many of the atten dants. Much interest waa displayed in the racing, ana tnat me puDiio were not tar wrong in their selections was shown by the victorios of four actual and two seoand .favorites out of the seven events, A change in the order of the pro gramme was made, the Hurdle Race being the initial event, instead of the Trial Stakes, a« formerly, and the alteration was decidedly f jr the batter. Reynaldo, a brother to tha well performed ,but unfortunate Polonious, was picked for the Hurdle Race, being well supported at 6 to 4, the local horse Gr...
ALBURY LICENSED VICTUALLERS' RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
ALBURY LICENSED VJCrUAllERS' RAGE MEETING. 1 The race meeting promoted by the Albury Licensed Victuallers' Association came oflE on the27chulfc. The attendance, although, not bo ' numerous as one would espect at a holiday time, was fairly good. No doubt the fierce dUBtstorma which prevailed throughout the afternoon pre ? ' vented many peraonB from venturing out. The racing was of an interesting order, and the officebearers, each and all, de?erve every credit for the manner in wnicn iney ccuuuuieu mo meeting. The secretary, Mr. J. T. Nuzum, got through hia duties in a very satisfactory manner, and no fault could be found with the handi Gapper, Mr. W. R. Conley. Mr. Jas Mitchell, of Tabletop, occupied the judge's box, and as there were no very close finishes to adjudicate upon, the owner of Cremorne had no difficulty in pleasing ownerB and backers alike. Mr. Fred Mitchell wielded the starter's flag, and succeeded in getting his fields, away on fairly even terms Mr. BlaBbalk acted as t...
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
ODDS AMD ENDS. Don't overfeed your stock. Sunflower seed good for poultry. Kill off all the old birds, they don't pay to keep. White clover ia bd excellent grass to grow in the poultry yard. From four to eix months is the oorrcot age to tue poultry for the table. Select good, healthy, vigorous birds to breed from. Bo careful to avoid in-breeding. Grind up oyster shells and eeg shells if they are available, the chicks will relish them. Cold water and green grass save a lot of trouble in the poultry yards. If you want to keep your eggs fresh and sweet don't forget to gather them daily and atore in cool premises. The careful poultry breeder stores the dropping from tbe rooBtlng house. It is exceptionally valuable as a fer tiliser. Passion fruit creepers, grown along the fences of the poultry yard, make a profitable and useful shelter for birds in hot weather. A big mistake Jb the attempt to rear chicks oa the same piece of ground year after year without giving it a spell or turning the...
WORMS AND FLUKE IN SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
WORMS AND FLUK1 IN SHEEP. At a recent meeting of the Mount Gambier branch of the Agricultural Bureau Stock In' Bpector T. H. Williams read a paper on ' Fluke and worms in sheep.' He said — Eecognising the need of obtaining the most skilful and (scientific advice on the treatment of worms and flake in the south-eastern flocks Mr. C. J. Valentine, the Chief Inspector- of Stock, and myself had two interviews with Mr. W. Bick ford, the Government .veterinary surgeon, on Ssptcmber 12 and 13 last, when particulars of the heavy losses sustained by the flockownero every year was laid before him, Microscopic elides with the various kinds of stomach, in testinal and lung worms, and thatr embryos - and eggp, &c, mounted, were also submitted to him for examination under a powerful microscope. The class of country and nature of the paetures were described. Mr. Bicbford fully recogniees the importunes of the ques tion and stated that his experience of the W-xm and flake trouble in sbeep i...
ABOUT FOWLS. MODERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
ABOUT FOWLS. MOPEBATION. Ia mating your fowls in breeding, do not coop too many bena with one cock, or you will have sterile eggs. Most people know that much about poultry breeding, but every body does not knov/ that too few hens with one cock is just as bad, if not woree. The. rooster business is frequently overdone. DnNT oVRnno w. Sulphur is often given to towla in excega an a preventive of uicknesia. A very moderate quantity way ba given to them duiirg the weather is dry. If wet, eulphur feed to chickens makes them lame and rheumatic. Actual cases hav9 been directly traced to it.
BOYS AND CARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
BOYS AND GARDENS. Let the boy have a garden where he can raise flowers and vegetables. Nothing wilj ever taste so good to him as his own lettuce and crees and radishes. Don't Imagine that your boy will know how to take care of these plants of his. No matter how much he loves them, he will re quire careful teaching and training before he is able to do bis email duty by the garden patch. It is a good deal more trouble to see that the boy keeps his garden well than it would be to keep it yourself ; but it is a good deal of trouble to bring up a boy right any how, and that is something that a mother might aa well understand at tho outset. These who try to do it by easy means generally rue It with anguish of soul in the end.