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A ROYAL BEREAVEMENT. PRINCE HENRY OF BATTENBERG. LONDON, January 24. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
A ROYAL BEREAVEMENT. — ig PRINCE HENRY OF BATIEN BERG. London, January 24. The remains of the late Piince Henry of Battenberg, the Queen's son-in-law, who was seized with an attack of fever in Ashantee, and died on the 20th iDst. when on the voyage home, will, it is expected, arrive in England on February 7. The deceased will be accorded a state funeral, with military honours, and will be interred probably at Windsor Castle.
DEATH OF LORD LEIGHTON. PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY. LONDON, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
DEATH OF LORD LEIGHTON. ? ^ PRESIDENT OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY. London, January 26. Lord L-ughton, better known as Sir Frederick Leigh ton, the president of the Royal Academy, -who was raised to tho peerage on New Year's Day, died suddenly yesterday in his 66th year. He caught a chill, and finally succumbed to syncope, or failure of the heart's action. His last thoughts were evidently of the body of which he had been the official head for so many year, as during his dying agony he murmured, ?' My love to the Academy.'
DAVID BUCHANAN OH PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
DAVID BUCHANAN ON PROTECTION. Below are published extracts from a speech on protection delivered by Mr. David Buchanan to a large audience at the Victoria Theatre, Sydney, on March 27ih- 1880 :— I am a Republican and a thorough demo crat in my political, cceed, and I cannot imagine anyone supposing that I have any purpose to support in advocating the opinions I am about to lay before you, other than a desire to advance the best in terests as well a3 to increase the prosperity and happiness of the people of this country. (Loud cheering.) The position and pros pects of our mechanics have always ap peared to me in the highrsb degree unsatis factory ; large bodies of men continually idle, and unable, however willing, to find any regular or continuous occupation ; everything having the semblance of a local industry either struggling for bare exist ence or finding itself thoroughly drowned and extinguished by a flood of foreign im portations. (Oheers.) All workers in wood, iron, leather, ...
FIRE AT DENILIQUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
FIRE AT DENIIIQUIN. The Hay Standard says : — ' At t' e inquusts on the late lira in Cressy-ttreet, Deniliquin, ib was shown that eodip. of the insurance companion adopt s---m- yathur peculiar tactics when fettling claims for damage done by fire. In two cases there were insurances of .£100 and £9& respectively. Absolutely the whole of tha property insured was destroyed, and both parties swore that their property was under covered. In one case it was stated that the loss over the insurance was £50, and in the other £100. It would, therefore, be naturally concluded that with the whole of the property destroyed there would be no difficulty in recovering the total amount of the insur ance, but it appears that the adjuster on his arrival proceeded at once to make a haggling bargain with the insured people. He succeeded in his endeavors In the case of the one insured for £100, he suc ceeded in beating the woman down to £85 odd, and in the £91 insurance a compromise of £60 10a. was...
MINISTERIAL VISIT TO YARRAWONGA. THE PROTECTIVE POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
MINISTERIAL VISIT TO YARRAWONCA. THE PROTECTIVE POLICY. On Friday last, at the invitation of the Yarrawonga shire council, the Minister of Public Works visited this place for the pur pose of inspecting the Victorian approaches to the bridge across the Murray, they being reported to be dangerous in many places. Mr. Taverner was accompanied by MeBsrs, Kennedy and Bowser, M's.L.A., and was met at the station by the president and councillors. After lunch the Minister inspected the bridge and approach, and returned to Farrell's Victoria Hotel. The president of the shire proposer! the toast of the Ministry, which was well received, and was responded to by Mr. Taverner. Then a deputation waited on the Minister and urged that repairs should be im mediately made to the approach on the Victorian side of the bridge. Mr. Taverner, in replying, admitted that in view of the large amount of traffic from New Souch Walds, which all went to our Victorian railways, they had a fair claim for considerat...
A SNAKE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
A SNAKE STORY. A lot of rivalry appears to exist tumng some country newspapers as to the tallest snake.yarn they can publish. However, a paper published in another town is responsible for the following . — Two men who are fossicking for gold on Shelly Beach went for a holiday at Christmas time, leaving: their pump and machine at Mr. Cunning's place. They returned by the last ateamer, and carried their machine back to the beacb, a distance of nearly three miles. The pump was fixed up. and one of the men stark d to work it; but although be was at it for nearly ten minutes, no water cJuld be obtained, and they were giving it up, when, to their surprise, a huge carpet snake, about 12ft. long, crawled out of the pump. The snake was quickly despatched, and having a gold-looking appearance, its destroyers opened the snake, and found nearly ioz of gold. We are informed that the snake used to follow the miner tj work, and watched the process of looking for gold, and we suppose that, having l...
DISTRICT NEWS. BENA. SATURDAY, January 25. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
district news. BENA. (FBOM OXJB OWN COBBESPONDENT ) Satdbday, January 25, The weather ig the topic of the day for oonver B.ition in thia pare. We have had three weeks of roasting weather, regular red hot winds, such as I have experienced in South Australia 50 years ago, only it did not laat so long. It is quite a common thing for the glass to show from 115 to 120 in the shade. Last night was tbe hottest night I ever experienced. Moot of the people have deserted their beds and taken to the verandahs to try and sleep, but sleep is cut of the question, as the heat has continued so long that the house and every thing in it ia heated. A very heavy olap of thnnder passed over this place laat night, which caused the rain to drop for about two seconds and then suddenly stop, To-day at 2 pm. it is again thundering and cloudy, and there was just a' drop or two of rain on the houses to give us hope that the drought we have so long esperienced might break up. We want rain bad enough, as the cou...
KIEWA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
KIEWA. (FBOM OUB OWN GOBBEBPONDBNT .) The ordinary monthly meeting of directors waB held at the office of the company here on the 18th insfc, at 10.30 a.m. Those present were Mr. Macdonald (in the chair), MeBBra. Stree', Stephens, M'Leod, Gowling, Crosthwaite, Thorn. ley, Barns, Oloe, and Coulslon. The manager's report gave as the quantity of milk purchased in December, 38,227 gallong, at a cost of £313 16s. 4d., and of cream 1051bs., cnitinsr £35 3a, 11-1. T!»o supply of milk had gone $??????-?. ????- -,- ?? '???? ??? '?:-?? fe'dy Creek Creamery th;.: r :; ??' ??'-?'?' ? :? -? , ' aad discharged the acaiataa'c ui tiio f actor/, smlT i ject to the approval of the directors. The secre tary stated that the milk paid for during the previous six months had turned out lib of butter for 2$ gallons, The tests had improved con. Biderably during December, very few averaging for the month less than the standard S.6 A letter from the manager of the Bunk of Victoria was read saying that any n«y...
POULTRY. ROYAL BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
POULTRY. BOTAIi BLUES. The Australian Fanmr's Chronicle has the following : — ' The new breed of fowls called the Royal Blues are a variety raised and originated by Mr. J. C. Coupe, the dog and poultry judge of Melbourne. That gentleman describes them as combining the laying and the table varieties to a large extent, and 6aj a emphatically that no breed excels them aB winter layers. He says — ' I have spent over eaven ysars in bringing the breed to its present state of perfection. They are large, well flashed fowls, and very handsome when in full plumage ; they are quite and docile, acd althongh only sitting after a long period of laying made excallent mother?. The chiokt net are remarkably easy to rear, and I have hardly ever lost a ohick. The following are the prin cipal points of the birds : — Color — blue with dirk lacings, same aa Andalueians ; s?Z) and shape that of a low-Bet L^ugeham ; legs — very slightly feathered on one side, and dark bine or black in order of soale ; comb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
Beverages are now ierafced with oxygeri I in G-ermany, and sold in bottles or syphons I like lemonade. Oxygen gas is, of course* I a medicine of considerable value in caseS 1 of diabetep, antetnia, and some diseases of I the respiratory organs. It may not bo § out of place to mention here that helium , . 1 the new gas, long recognised in the eun, 1 has been found in the mineral waters r f I Wildbad, in the Bla- k Forest;, and also 1 in anothtr spa near Carteret?, in the ' 1 Pyrenees. 1 '^pSft^k MELBOURf ^J^tL y I ft US'* **£**- i^ £ Y\^ '^ *' \r PR4fTlCAI, 1 Watchmaker k Jeweller, I OppoBite Bank of Victoria, 1 FORD-STREET, BEECH WORTH, I TNVITE8 Inspection of his large NEW STOCK I JL of Gold and Silver Watches, Olook«, Jewel- i lery, Optical Gonda, Musical Instruments, Electro* I plated Ware, Outlery, &c. 1 All REPAIRS of Watchea. Oldclw, Jewellery, ' I &c, done with diapatoh, Country Qrdera pirno-, 1 tually nttended to. KleotM.platiog nod Gilding 1 aone oa the Prow...
PROTECTION AND FREETRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
PROTECTION AMD FREETRADE. The Australian Star inviteB housekeepers 'to carefully study their household accounts ( with a view to seeing where the reduction under the new tariff comes in. A careful study of prices quoted for the last three or four years fails to show us any prospect of reducing the cost of living. What hope is there that under freetrade the best bakers ?' will be prepared to supply their customers ?with a 2lb. loaf of bread for 2|d. ? Yet that was done for some months during 1898, when, according to Mr. Reid and all . ' his satellites, the poor bread-winner was groaning under the imposition of an un necessary charge upon wheat and flour, Last year, wiih protection, as much flour could be purchased for 83. as can now be .- bought for lid. Where is the advantage 'of freetrade to a working man when such a result as this is shown? Where are the labour members standing by labour when they force the class they specially represent to pay more for the greatest needs of the h...
PREVENTION OF SUNSTROKE. SUGGESTIONS FOR TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
PREVENTION OF SUNSTROKE. ? e- ? SUGGESTIONS FOR TREATMENT. A meeting of the Board of Health was held on 23rd, Professor Anderson Stuart presiding. The following suggestions for the pre vention and immediate treatment of sun stroke were issued for general information, viz. :— ' There are several varieties of sunstroke, but they all are due to excessive heat, though not necessarily to the immediate action of the sun's rays. They may occur during the night as well as by day. Those who suffer most are the intemperate, and next to them those whose health is dis ordered, or who are over-fatigued or de dressed. Prevention : It should be clearly understood that it is easier to prevent than to cure sunstroke, and that of all predis posing; cause?, undue indulgence in intoxi cating liquor is the most common and the most dangerous. It is therefore clear that the strictest moderation in the use o) alcohol in any form should be observed. It is also desireable to restrict the use of animal food. ...
GRONG GRONG. WEDNESDAY, January 22. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
GRONG GRONG. (FBOM OUB OWN OOBRESPONDENT.) Wednesday, January 22. Ia common with other parts of the colony we have experienced very hot weather. Monday was the record day, the thermometer registering 117deg. in tha shade. Acute dysentery and other forms of sickness have been and are still very prevalent owing to extreme heat. The winds generally blow from north-we9t, and are consequently very hot,. a3 if they came from a furnaca. The terrible heat has been attended with a good deal of mortality among young and old in the Narandera district. Among' the former, who succumbed, waa a fine little child of poor Mrs. John Spence, of Grong Grong, who so recently lost her young husband by death. The little child was buried on Monday by its father's side in the Narandera cemetery. Typhoid is pretty prevalent in the district, do Ies3 than eight cases being under treatmant at the Naran dera hospital, four of the patients being from Ganmain.
LITTLE BILLABONG. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
LITTLE BILLABONG. (FBOM A COBBEHPONDBNT.) On the 16th of January a farewell ball was given by Mr. aud Mrs. W. Parker at their resi dence, Happy Valley, when a number of friends were present to show their sympathy for their departing friends. At 8 p.m. the programme was opened, when dancing was kept up briskly till an early hour in the morning, Mr. Harper conducted the musical programme with his usua* excellenca and vivacity on the violin, and his efforts were highly appreciated by the assembled guests The decorations were of a festive character, the floor b?ing in excellent order ; in a side room a number of refreshments *ero served out in fiisi/ class style, the table literail. groaning under the profusion of comeiuibks, and considering the short notice the hostees was deserving of great credit. Songs and recitations were rendered, which were received with loud applause, and greatly helped to enliven the pro ceedings. I will now try to describe the drearer^ which were of a brillian...