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

Blood -Purifying Effect — OF — Ayer's Sapsapariila Mr. Charles Stephenson, a -well-known Railway Employe at Kaiapoi, New Zealand, vrrites: 'About ten years ago, while engaged in . shunting, my foot caught between tlie railSj and my leg was fractured below the knee. It healed in time, but I have been troubled ever since with swoUon veins, and have been obliged, at times t£ weai a b mdag& About a year ago it became much worse, and 1 feared I. should be obliged to give up my worlc. A friend advised me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I did so, and after taking four bottles the swelling disappeared, and I havfl not beon troubled with it since.' Hae eyred tethers, will f'r® yo$|

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONARO. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

MONARO. (FBOM A COBBlfiaPONDBNT.) We have had like all other places in New South Wales tha heat wave here, which has almost utterly destroyed our wheat crops. Grass and other vegetable matter have almost dis appeared, and to save the lives of the hoi £69 and cattle they had to be sent to the mountains, which are now covered with abundance of grass. We have had several thunderstorms since the new year, which has made quite a spring in the grass. Quite a number of the residents are gold digging in the Snowy River, where they appear to keep body and soul together. Meat is scarcely to be obtained in many places. In the west of this district settlers are eating hares. Large patohea of trees are dying on the north sides of the hills from heat and want of rain. Flour is selling at 253. per bag in Cooma, our railway town. ? . ?

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOHANNESBURG. A SYDNEY MAN IN THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

JOHANNESBURG. ? 0,. A SYDNEY MAN IN THE TRANSVAAL. The following extract from a private let ter may be of general interest jast now :— 'Johannesburg, November 11, 1895. Dear Friend, — I promised to let you know how I got on here, and I now take up my pen to fulfil that promise. It is now nine months since I left Australia, and I have never had occasion to regret having done so. On arrving at the Cape I bad plenty of time to book by the evening train to Johannesburg, getting a third-class ticket for £i. The distance is a little over a thousand miles, and we were two nights and two dayB on the journey. Carpenters were io good demand at £1 5a. per day, so I had little trouble in getting a job and earning, as much in a day as I had done in a week before I left Sydney. Of course everything was high in proportion. But with £7 103. paid on Saturday I could afford to give the boarding-house keeper fche odd £2 103. and have a fiver for myself. It reminded me exactly of what my father used to...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRINKING WATER AND HOW TO OBTAIN IT. INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR ANDERSON-STUART. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

- DRINKING WATER AND HOW TO OBTAIN IT. .-' - ? INTERVIEW WITH PROFESSOR ANDERSON-STUART. - ^ -- (S. M. Herald.) As it is as necessary that people should drink as that they should eat, a reporter from the Herald waited on Professor Anderson-Stuart, the President of the Board of Health, with the object of learn ing substitutes for alcoholic beverages he .would reoommend, as at all events the least harmiul, and further, what he would would suggest as the best means of obtain ing good water. .. . You ask me (said the Professor) how to ' ?- get a good water, meaning a good drink ing-water, I persume. This is a matter which has engaged the attention of 'this department for some time past, and which ' ' moreover has been carefully investigated , --? ' comparatively recently in LondoD, but it was being inquired into here at Sydney even ' , before it was in London, in connection with a very favourite kind of filter in Sydney— I mean the Norfolk Island drip stone, which is a very old-fashione...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BOT FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE BOTFLY. - v ? Attention was recently drawn in these column a to tbe fact that the eggs of the ' bot ' fly, an insect which has itflicted much havoc on horses in certain dietiicts, had been discovered in large numbers on the jiws and legs of horses in and about Wodonga. The following report (from the Omeo Standard) of a post mortem examination made by Mr. B. Slater, veterinary snrgeon, of Bairnsdale, on a horse that had died from ' bota' should be read with interest by horse-owners :— ' We found in the stomach large quantities ot small worms with red heads, in appearance much like the worm we have always had among the horses, known asasoatides. They inhabit mostly the larger intestines, and particularly the rectunt. Their nature id to borrow. Now, ia the case under consideration, we found the small onea buried in the stomach. The above will show plainly the connection between the bot worm and the asoarides worm, Referring back to t&g post mortem, we found on cleaning out ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TERRIFIC STORM AT RUTHERGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

TERRIFIC STORM AT RUTHERGLEN. ? « ? The heat on Thursday last in the Ruth erglen district reached its greatest point this summer, the thermometbr ranging from 112deg. to 118dej?. in the shade between midday and 4 o'clock. Throughout the day a north wind was blowing, and the heat was mos:- oppressive. There was no sign of rain until evening, when a sudden change occurred, and a very neavy snower fell about 8 o'clock. Id Rutherglen tbere was not the faintest breeze blowing during the electric disturbance, but in different parts of the distriot the wind blew with the force of a tornado and wrought fearful des truction. At Lake Modemeie fruit trees were blown down and the roofs of outhouses carried away, and many chains of fencing destroyed by falling timber, great trees being torn up by the roots. All along the road to Rutherglen trees were strewn in all directions. Tbe storm appears to have pursued an earterly course, and then taken a turn to the north-east, escaping Rutherglen, but s...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHINESE MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

CHINESE MISSIONS. , In conversation with a Herald repre sentative, Miss Nesbitt, who is returning to China to take up work in connection with the Cuurch of England Zenana Missions, said she originally took up mis sion work in 1889, when she departed from Tasmania under tbe auspice3 of the Y.W.C.A. Pxior to proceeding to the mission field she called at Melbourne and Sydney, and sailed from the latter port to her field of work On her arrival i?j China she stayed at Foochow for a few months, and then went to Ku-cheng. At the Jatter place she stayed for five and a half yearB, and wa3 a co-worker and-intimate acquaintance of the victims of the late massacre. During her stay at Ku-cheng there were no Bigna of religious bigotry or fanatieinm among the Chinese until August, 1894 At about that time there was a great revival, and many converts were made. The Vegetarians became much enraged, and threatened to stamp out Christianity. Their hatred was, how ever, chiefly directed againBt their co...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. TAX ON COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. TAX OH COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. Ill New Z9alaud an income tax is in existence, and the people 'who have to pay it object to commercial travellers coming from abroad and doing business with New Zaaland without similarly con tributing to tbe revenue. To obviate the difficulties connected with making them pay income tax, an acb was passed which required that each non-resideat com mercial traveller should pay for the privi lege cf doir-g business in New Zealand _ a licence fee of £50 a year. Referring to this subject the Christc\urch Press of December U writes : ' There is great con Bternaiion among the ' foreign' com mercial travellers afc present in the colony, who suddenly find themselves called upon to pay a licence fee of £50 a head under the Incoma Tax Act passed last session. They do not cornplaia so much of the tax itself — although they say that in a large number of cases ib will simply prohibit them from coming to New Zealand in future, but they do complain ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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MERTON v. COLLENDINA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

TMERTON v. OOLLENDIJifA. ? ? 1 The return . match between Collendina and Merton took place last Saturday on the ground of the latter, and resulted in an easy win for the visitors. Appended are the scores: : — Mkbton. First Inning* Second Innings. GkAtkins.bRocklifE 0 b Rookl.ff ? 11 C. Booth, b Rockliff 0 c Morsou ? 6 J. Booth, b Rockliff 0 b ltocklifi; ... .„' 6 H.AtkinSjbRofikJiff 0 b liockhfg ? o Hawkins, b Eockliff 3 b Rockliff ... ... 6 Dow, o Field ... 0 c Roy ? 1 Cornell, b Field ... 3 o Field ? 2 Quinn, st Roy ... 2 notout ? n Parker, Rockliff ... 0 not out ... - *..;» X De Hume, b Field . 0 '^ ^ M'Donald, not out ?. 0 Sundries ... 1 Sundiies... ... 4S Total -???.., 9 ^evenwicketaforfil COLLBKDINA. H. Field, b J Booth ? ,\ '... 6 Riy, rnnout ? ^..r: 0 Brown, hit on ? ,,'.«. 2 0. Field, b Do Hums ? C..* r »- W. Rockliff, .hoi: Bof'th , '...tV ?;.. *; ... 12' W. Field, b J. Booth ? - \ ... 1 B| Field, b De Home-.... ? '.'... 3 Mdrtfon, hit widctffr ^..» ?? .^. .'... v- ... 5 '...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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JINGELLIC CREEK v. GLENROY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

' JINGELLIO CREEK v.: GLENROY. Teams from these clubs met at No Place on Saturday, l^th Jacuury. The pitch left much, to be deBired, but a good game was played, in which neither Bide could claim much advantage, aa it resulted in a t'e. For Glenroy.M'Ea hem played a goodinnings.of 25, and Hefb; Aua VtaMi' w»'8 veiy succe=8ful wiih the ball u^ i ^rh in:;i:gi. ForJiPgi-llic Ora'iik yV-H -$a n' rjea ?if ;=! b;ii in i hi 'first inning'! for 12 4i-d J-' LI -1- man inndo 18 in tbe second im.inga, thi- letter player fielding and bowling with great effect iu both innkige, C. Holman being also very deadly with the ball in the first innings. Scores:'— '? JlNCtBLLIO OBEEK. ' ? - First Innings. Second InniDga.,^ H. Holmnn, b c Lukins, b Ander- . .M'Donald ... 4 son ' ... ... '4 N.Holmanyb Ander- * , son '. ... ...2 b Anderson ... 0 A. Holman, not ou-? 12 lbw, b AndfrBOH ... 4 B. Martin, ran out 0 b Anderson ... 1 F, Holman, o and b Anderson ... 1 c and b Anderson.;. J8j J. Gifford, b Ander son ....

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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OULOAIRN v. COOKARDINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

CUL0AIRN v. COOKARDINIA. A cricket match was played .between the Cul« 'I cairn and Cookardinia cricket clubs en 11th inot, I atCalcairn. TbeCuloairniteswerecaptainedbyJ. I H, Balfour, and played a good game, especially I the second innings, considering the little time I -they- 'have been able to devo*e to cricket this I season. The team from Coc kardinia. also played I well, but unfortunately for ihjm their sec etary I is a non-player, and has favored them with two I bungles in their arrangements th s season. ~ I CULOAIBN. I First Innings. Second Innings. I P.Hoobin, b Burns 15 b H. Pamell , ... 11 i Carrol, b Maher ... 5 I J. Hoobin, c Paraell, - I b Burns... .... 9 b P. Pamell ...23 * I Balfour, b Burns ... 9 c Burns, b Parnell . 1 I Jeuner, b Burns ... 2 not out ... . ... 13 1 BufSord, c and b j - \ Barns' ? 2 not out .„ ,x ,.s ,36 I Woods, b Burns ... 0 b Pamell ..,' -.„*. 7 I Forbes, b Pamell... 1 , - L-'v-' I M'Grath.b Pamell . 2 ' . / ^ , I Haynes, b Pamell... 0 'C^v ?*' I Ha...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From Newspaper Press Association.) Sydney. Thursday. The quarter sessions opened to-day. Robert Reid pleaded guilty to attempting to obtain money from Mrs. Sheridan (widow of the man recently executed in DarliDgburst Gaol), by false pretences, He was remanded for sentence. At Narandera to-day Rebecca Dean, sister of the notorious George Dean, was ordered to be sent to the Gladesville Lunatic Asylum. The unfortunate woman's mother, who was in court, behaved in a most peculiar manner. Wilga House, Coonamble, was totally destroyed by fire this morning. The inmates barely escaped with their lives. At the half-yearly meeting of the A.J.S. Bank a dividend at the rate of four per cent, per annum was declared. A telegram from Cairns states that the steamer Franklin from Townsville reports a fearful gale, during which several vessels went ashore. The Aramac was on a reef for twenty-four hourc when she floated. Great anxiety is felt for the safety of the Wodonga. It is rumo...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

;'.'?;'? '?''?: ? ? Racing. ? ; ! Albury Annual Races. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, ; March 17th. and 18th, 1896. FIRST DAY. FIRST HURDLE BAOB, of 15 sovs. Handicap. Second horse to Eave his stake. About 2 . - , miles, Winner of any Handicap Hurdle Race ', - after the declaration of weights to carry 7lbs. extra. Entrance 15s., of which 10s, must be paid on day of nomination, 26th February, at or before 6pm.; balance by 6 pm. 16. h March, day of general entry. Horses not scratched before then will be considered accep '~. * ', tors, and liable for balance of entry. WeightB, - ' ,6th March. TRIAL STAKES, of 10 sots. Six furlongs. . ? v Weight for age. For all horsea that have never won a prize of 10 eovs. or over. Maiden '- .- - horses allowed 61bs. Entrance 10s., 16th ?? March, 6 p.m, THE ALBURY OUP, of 50 aovs. Second ' , ' horse 5 sovs. from the stake. One mile and a quarter. Winners after declaration of weights ' ? ' of any handicap of the value of 30 sovs. and under CO sovs. to carry 51...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Executive Com -? jnitteee of the National Association waa .'held at the offices, 21 Hunter-strreb, Sydney, on Thursday afternoon, the presi dent, Mr. J. M. Purves, being in the ? chair. Advice was received from the ' National Liberal League of Victoria, and the National Defence League of South Australia, to the effect that the affiliation jscberne agreed upon at the conference of ?delegates from the kindred organisations ' 'held in Melbourne in November last had been adopted unanimously by the mem 'bera of both bodies. The schema ' having also been adopted by th) mem bers of the National Association in De ?c^mbe- last, the affiliation was thus made 'complete, and in. future the joint organisa 'tion-- will be known, as the ' Australian ^National League.' As the new arrange- 1 ment will by the terms of the affiliation come into force on 1st March, and the ? annual meeting of the association is also - ,to held in March, it was decided to cele ...

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

£QAA AAA At death from £-i /» AAA Weekly if totally OUl/,yyU accident. 3blO,vUli disabled. : : --. . ' FOR ? Gash Custom^s afosol^ely Free of Cost. The advantages of Insuyaapp^e so gr£*4 that all would like to insure, but many cannot bear the expense. /vfa'*' /^ _. ? MA.TE and Go. now come to the re^Sia^andoffe^J^plicIes free to all Cash Cus tomers at their -warehouse who purehS^^^lfSmllinKS worth in any one depart ment (grocery purchases to include at least lib. Of Tea. A Free Accident Insurance Policy which holds good for seven days from date of issue will be given. c£5O payable at death from accident, or £1 weekly for ten weeks if totally disabled, which is the limit that can be covered on one life, no matter how many policies may be held ; bat it is competent for each member of the family to hold one, hence the whole household can be insured, .- T. H. MATH and Go Limited are the only merchants in the Albury district who are authorised to issue the Free Insurance Policies to cust...

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THE ROYAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE ROYAL SOCIETY. The Eoyal Society of New South 'Wales has offered its medal and £25 for tbe best communication containing the resul's of original research or observation upon each ot the following subjects: — On the origin of multiple hydatids iu man ; on the occurrence of precious stones in New South Wales, with a description of the deposits in which they are found ; on the effect of the Australian climate on the physical development of tbe Australian born population ; on the embryology and development of the echidna or platypus,* the chemical composition of the products from the eo-called kerosene shale of New South Wale-i ; on the mode of occurrence, chemical composition, and origin of arte sian water in New South Wales, The society has alo offered its medal a,nd 10 guineas for the beet communication on tbe iron ore deposits of New South Wales. The competition is not confined to mem bers of the society, nor to residents in Australia, bub is open to all, excepting that a prize ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROTECTIONIST UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE PROTECTIONIST UNION. ? , Mr. M. Burke presided over a meeting _ of the Belmore branch of the National Protectionist Union on Thursday. After , ' several speakers had addressed the meet ^ ing, Mr. W. Stretch moved — 'That, in ' view of the unfortunate circumstances of . our people, it is highly necessary that any uolicv for the inducement and sustenance - of domestic industry should be by the incidence of Customs duties.' He said that the present existing distress was largely attributable to the freetrade Go * vernment. A freetrade Government had . sold the public estate of tha country to induce immigration to New South Wales, and by that means they had brought others into the country to compete in the labor market. The moti' n was seconded j by Mr. V. Higgison. Mr. N. Melville supported the motion, and ia doing so said there was one hope still left for the co'ony of New South Wales, and that would be the time when women received a vote. ITreetrade took away the leading ' industr...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE DROUGHT AT TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE DROUCHT AT TOCUMWAL. A telegram from Tocumwal runs a* follows : — ' If rain does not fall shortly the district will be in a very bad statej there being already great scarcity of grass and water, stock having to be driven in for miles to water here at the river. The tanks, with few exceptions, have all givm out, and the paddocks near the river, although containing very little graes, are eagerly sought after by the farmers and others a distance out for the purpose of having their stock near water. The de maud is so great that there are practically n) paddocks available unleased. 114i head ot valuable horees from Mr. Devlin's otud oa Yanko Creek crossed here on Tuesduys for the purpose of obtaining feed from some of the stubble paddocka in Victoria. Mr. F. S. Falkiner, of! Tuppal s'alion, U go short of grass tbat he has been com polled to resume a largo area of. cultivated land .which he hag bee.m working on *ho halves system, ami oft, which crops huve juat boen hacvoated, - ^Thia ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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CHARGE OF INCENDIARISM. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

CHARGE OF INCENDIARISM. The mi?chievous b)y we have always with us, also the active policeman and the -' intelligent magistrate. The Queanbeyan Age has ' held, over ' the weekly snake yarn and the prize pumpkin paragraph to give a full report of the ' a'leged in oandiarism.' The crime which has dis turbed the quiet of Queanbeyan is this, aa set forth in the Age : ' On Tuesday, at the police court, befo-e Messrs. Gale, Camp bell, and Peden, J.'sP., Lawrence Griffiths; a lad of about 10 years, was charged with, that he did on the 27th of December, wilfully set fire to a box containing cricket material belonging to the Queanbeyaa Cricket Club, kept in the pavilion oa the Recreation Beserve.' It appears from the column of printed evidence that the ; juvenile Guv FawkeB, while playing with some mates, dropped a lighted match into the box. Says the Age : — ' Henry Francis Downey, secretary to the Queanbeyan Cricket; Club, said the box contained matting, netting, gloves, &z. He val...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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A HARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

A MARROW ESCAPE. . . Last week Mr3. M'Laugblin, mother of Mr. A. M'Laughlin, Billa Bulla, experi enced a wonderful escape from an agonis ing death. It appears (says the Warren Herald) that she left the house of her Bon on Monday, that terrible hot day, to go to Mr. Wallace's place, which is about a ? - ' - mile and a half distant, and from then '? nothing appears to have been beard of her until the following morning, when the attention of Mr. Wallace was attracted by the peculiar appearance and behavior of a dog belonging to Mr. M'Laughlia that suddenly made his appearance before mid-day. In any case Mr. Wallace sur* , miaed that all was not right, and shortly after discovered that Mrs. M'Laughlin waa missing. He galloped to Mr. Fred. Thornton's for assistance and despatched a messenger for Mr. Archie M'Laughlin, who was away ou his other selection. The search then begin, and before long Mr. Thornton was so fortunate m to dis cover Mrs. M'Laughlin some distance off the roai, tyiag i...

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