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ALBURY RAGING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

ALBURY RACING CLUB; A special meeting of the committee was held rai| on Tuesday evening, the 28th inefc., for the pur- .||| pose of discussing with Mr. Mandere, who had Mi kiodly volunteered his assistance, the subject of . 'Im§: an entertainmont to augment the club funds. ' Wm Mr. Manders furnished a rough sketch of an lip attractive and very novel character, which it was Wm, unanimously decided to adopt under that gentle- raft man's management, with a powerful eub-comi WsM mittee to help work the thing up. h|| The entertainment will take the shape of B|| sports by night, supplemented by a concert on . Wm, the river, a grand display of fireworks, and a Bp; shadow pantomime, and the grounds will be' 'glf tastefully illuminated. - 1||§ We understand programmes and advertise- TC| menta are in course of preparation, and as the |K progress of the Racing Club must of necessity «§ benefit the town and district, we should like to Wmi see the public give the movement their hearty »P support...

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

UNVEILING A MEMORIAL. At tho opening of the Tochnical College Exhibition the Minister for Public In struction unveiled a memorial which the htudenfs of tho architectural class have erected to the memory of Mr. W. Wright Campbell, M.8.A., F.I.A., their late lecturer. Mr. Campbell came to New South WaleB from Scotland about 10 years ago, and almost immediately took an active part in tho architectural pro fession of Sydney. His. first cocnec;ion with technical education here was a* examiner in architoefcure to the old iSK-rd of Technical Education, and when, the. Government took over the departments ,- ' ; from the board Mr. Campbell was ap* j; pointed lecturer in architecture, which ' -.j position he continued to hold up to tha S time of his death. He remodelled hia „:' department, and established a system which was highly appreciated by his students, Borne of whom have obtained the ; national medals and life studentships at I South Kensington (very high honors indeed), while others h...

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

WODONGA. (FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Rev. J, J. Browa, of Ballarat, give a leoture on ' Heads and Faces' on Friday even ing last at Bethaaga to a good audience The rev. lecturer in the conrse of his travels has evidently taken considerable note of men and manners, and, in addition to his powers of obser vation, possesses marked phrenological acquire; ments. The address throughout was full of wit and humor, besides solid instruction, and was received with much attention. At the close of the lecture a good number had their heads read by the lecturer. The annual meeting of subscribers to the Wo donga Athensaim, which waa fixed for Friday evening, lapsed for want of a quorum. Ia addi tion to this, the eeoretary, Mr. R. M. Minter, was unavoidably absent, and the meeting was ad journed by the mutual consent of those present till Friday evening next, 7th February. A number of prominent local musicians and vocalists will give a concert at Baranduda this (Friday) evening, in aid of St....

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THE TECHNICAL COLLECE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE TECHNICAL COLLECE. The annual reports to the superinten dent for ] 895 show that the session has been the most' numerously yet attended in the agricultural division of the Tech nical College, and the ountry classes connected therewith. The number of S'udenta enrolled was 226. The students are adults with few exceptions, and are composed largely ot city and suburban residents, who are changing from town to country life, and are desirous of master ing the derails of genpral farm, dairying, orchard, poultry, bee-keeping, or other of the many branches jf Australian agri cull ure taught in the classes, before striking out entirely upon their own account. During the eefsioa ju-t closed a special class was formed for instruction in analyses of milk, cream, butter, salt and other features of dairying with such good re&u'ts as has developed a desire for special instruction ia this and other branches of agriculture. In order to meet this desire so far as can be done by the instruc...

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

GERftiANim (FBOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The annual general meeting of the members of the Germontoa P. A. and H. Sooiet» was held on Friday afternoon last in tho School of Arts The members preaont were Ueuais. John Ross, Jatnca Bruce, J. A. E^rln, F, A, Gurrio, G H Kelp)), fl. & Mitataii| »t W, MotJeWf £, 8( Brown, G. T. 8. Wilson, H. R. Bridson, H. D. Lockhart, and D : D'Ombrain. The minutes of the previous annual general meeting were first read and confirmed, and nominations were then received for the various positions of officebearers for the ensuing year. The following nominations were received, viz. : — President, John Ross ; vice-presidents, E. Hamilton, John M'Laurin, aid Alexander Ross ; committee. J. W. E, Heriot, G. R. M'Laurin, H. Anderson, W. M. Heriot, W. G. Matchett, B. G. M. Engelhardt, H. S, Rich, A. Hulme, Joseph Lawson, G. T. S. Wilson, J. A. Earls, A. B. Brown, M. M'Donald, Dr. D'Ombrain, R, W. Morison, G. H. Leigh, E Byrne, 8 P. Bowler.W. Purtell, A. R. M...

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THE DEAN FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE DEAN FAMILY. .Rebecca Dean, aged 26, sister to the notorious George Dean, was brought before the Narandera court on the 23rd iust. on a charge of lunacy. The evidence disclosed that she was seen close to her mother's house in a nude state. Sue was building up a dry brick wall round the house which she had pulled down the previous evening. The girl was seen by thft school children and by several passera-by. Some of the latter informed the police. When questioned by Senior-constab!e Bowman, the mother of the girl eaid that she could not do any thing wi h her, adding that the accused pulled her by the hair of the head with out the slightest provocation, and threw bricks at. her, and throw the meat out of the safe. The girl wben arrested merely giggled, hung her head and said nothing. When taken to the lock up she violently assaulted Gaoler Mason, tearing bis shirt. She then threw a gaol panoikin at him, and als - one of the night-tubB. The girl when brought before the court was a c...

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DISTRICT NEWS. (Continued from page 17.) CULCAIRN. TUESDAY, January 28. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

DISTRICT HEWS. (Continued from page 17.) GULCAIRN. (PROM OTJB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Tuesday. January 28. The all-absorbing topic of late has been the weather. On the 23rd the thermometer reached 113 in the shade. A thunderstorm in the even ing lowered the temperature to 92. The same storm, although not violent in the township, a few miles out tore trees -up, twisted others off, and oarried the roof of a dwelling a few hundred yardB away, breaking and twisting the iron, &c. A tree was set on fire by the lightning, and tha stubble field in which it was caught fire, but was put out before much damage was done. About 3 p.m. the heat was bo great that the fettlera on the line could not handle the iron bars, although stuck upright ia the ground. Some working bullocks employed cleaning out a tank kept breaking away to get into the water, and suc ceeded twice in Bpite of the drivers. A site for a cemetery has been chosen ab:ut two miles west from the township in a bend of the oreek. I...

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

FOUND DROWNED. On Tuesday afternoon a man r.a nad Murphy communicated with the Browar- i rina police informing them that; he had, discovered the bodv of a man in the Barwon, about a mile and a half from town. Subsequent inspection by Con stable Boon and Tracker Sberwin verified the truth of the report, for upon arrival at the scene the body of a man was found caught in a snag in the middle of the stream. The body was brought ..to the bank and examined, after which it was replaced in the water. Upon further ex amination of the surroundings, tracks, were observed leading to the water, about \ 200 yards above the spot wh^re the body j was found, and it waa surmised that the j man slipped into the river at this spot. A deserted camp was also discovered in the vicinity, in which a number of articles were found, but there was no evidence to connect the deceased thereto, as no one could be found to testify to having seen it previously. A mongst the articles found at the camp were a couple ...

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

GENERAL SPGRTIUH. Ou rc-yii.i:ig to tbo c.r.clo&u.ro niter the aeconil I hi-.tit in Me match with MyytP.ry (the tsroMei1), i Karri'; l'!i-ily coinpJaiuf.d t.lml a cyclM hn;l ??;':-] ! -',hi!.;jcc uf vvL;mi:'j« iu ?;, i1!!') yw\ - fjiriuf S':;h :-:; { (.'??Tjiiri :t»- -,f My;i(\:i 5- };-m\ m^o 5)1 tii'i ir-n- j i.ui, | | !??£-. \Yiibn Roi'crraon, owner of l\.t.-;au-r?, y-'A',.il ' ; Us*!: it Harris wanted pane, the (rack we - -i-l*] 1 vmwgh for hka to pass the sulky nud m»ko it j himself. Harris retorted by offering to race Mystery a mile with a tandem as pacemaker, and give her 50 yards start, for £50, but Mr. Robert son, who evidently knows as mueh about the value of pacemaking as a cyclist dees, refused the invitation. Harris, who wore glasses to escape the dust, rode a Beeaton-Humber maohine, 221b. in weight. Wally Kerr, the Sydney light-weight bicyclist, during his recent tour in New Zealand, competed in 10 events, winning Bis, finishing BecoDd twice, and once third. Eer...

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SYDNEY TURF CLUB ANNIVERSARY MEETING. FIRST DAY.—SATURDAY, JANUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

SYDNEY TURF CLUB ANNIVERSARY MEETING. First Day.— Satubday, Janttaby 25. The above club's meeting commenced at Randwick on Saturday. The weather was un favorable. The rain which fell during the motning made the going heavy, and also inter fered with tbe attendance. The racing resulted as under :— HUBDLE BACK, Of 100 sovs. About two miles. Juvenile, by ('Cheviot — Melissa, 4 yrs, 10.10 ? (Hendricks) ... ? ... 1 Laddie, 9 2 (Rf gan) ? 2 Goldleaf, 10,6 (Curran) ? 3 Other starters — Favor, 12 9 (Underwood) ; Escort, 10.0 (Fallon) ; Waratah, 9.9 (Howard) j Vendome, 9.0 (Phillips) ; and Fright, 9.0 (Rheece). Juvenile won by 10 lengths from Laddie, who was five lengths ahead of Goldleaf. Timo, 3min. 59aec. ?WEMEB PLATE, Of 100 sovs. Six furlongs. Marie May, by Marvellous— Spec, nged, 8.6 (M.Gallagher) ? ... 1 Astronomer, 8 2 (Ellis) ? ... 2 Bendsman, 8.6 (Walker) ? .... 3 Other starters— Annadour, Poncheatown, The Roe, Hotspur, Yarrow, SUletto, Countess, Fadla deen, Robin, Bethel, Bellmeta...

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

Second Day.— Monday, Januaby 27; The Anniversaiy Meeting of the Sydney Turf Club was concluded to-day at Randwick in de lightful weather. The traok was in splendid order, and thosavents passed off withoufc eeriou& mishap. H. Howard was Buspended bv tha stewards after they had investigated his riding q£ Waratah in the Hurdles. Results :— SECOND HUBDLB BACH, Of 100 sova. — About two miles and a half. Escort, by Chester — Superba, aged, 9.13 (Underwoou) ? ... ... 1. Laddie, 9.2 (Regan) ? ». 2 Waratah, 9.10 (Howard) ... ... ... a Other Btartera— Favor, 12.7 (Fallon); Juve. nile, 11.10 (Hendricks) ; Fright, 9.0 (RheeBe). Escort won easily by four lengths from Laddie, with Waratah six lengths away third.' Time, 5min. 21set\ . . . - FLYING; HANDICAP. Of 100 bovs. Six furlongs. Collarette, by Castor — Necklace, 7.11 (P. - ' Harris) ? ? ... 1 Aurea, 8.5 (Gaiosford) ? ... 2 Blue Cu», 7.9 (Luckman) ? ...3 1 Other starters — Her Ladyship, The Captain, Engineer, Akarini, Protos, Dalwood,...

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YERONG PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

YEROMCPICmG RAGES. .The Anniversary meedng held under the - , anspices of the above olab took place on Monday, and proved very successful. The following are the results of the running in the different ©rents:— ( . - HURDLE BACH, For trophy, value 7 govs. About two mile3. J. Co*'s b m Trilby, by Desmond— Mountain Maid, 5 yrs, 10 0 (Mr. J. Cox) ... ... 1 B. J. Wilson's h g Moonlight, 6 yrs,, 10 0 (owner) ... ... ... ... ... 2 J. Bosworth's b g What's Wanted, 11 0 (Mr. J. Skene) ... ... ? ... 3 Otherstatters—Cavistock, 10.10 (Mr. J.Ryan); Boforth, 11.0 (Mr. A. Cox) ; Alice, 10.0 (Mr. N .Devlin). Bettiog.— EvenB Trilby, 2 to 1 agst What'8 Wanted, 3 to 1 Oavistock, 4 to 1 Alice '?? , Moonlight showed the way over the initial obstacle, and also led the field past the stand. , . , At the hurdle in the gully Cavistock refused and What's Wanted went in pursuit of Moonlight. Biz furlongo from home the issue was left between Trilby, Moonlight, and What's Wanted, the former . winning handily by...

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THE HALF-WAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE HALF-WAY RAGES. The race meeting held on the Half-way course (between Albury. and Wodonga) on Monday last was fairly well attended. Mr. Kyle acted as judge, and Mr, M'Gaffin undertook the starter's duties. Results :— . Tbial Stakes.— Wanderer 1, Sarprise 2, Glenaven 3. Won by half a length. Protest against the winner for running inside a post was d smissed. ? .? Selling Pony Race.— Brown Girl 1, Spider 2, Wild RoBe 3. Won by a length. The winner waB.paesed in at £10. Half way Handicap. — Dargo 1, Little Ben 2, Kitan 3. Betting — Even money Dargo and Little Ben, 3 to 1 Kitan and Galatea. Won by a length. Flying Handicap. — Galatea 1, Ursula 2, Rapid Maid 3. Won by half a length. Huntebs' Contest.— Federation 1, S'glum 2, Overlander 3 Brendor, Robin, Myrtle, and Audacity II.. also competed Betting— Even money Overlander and Siglum, 4 to 1 Federa tion, In the second round Robin fell, and bis rider received a slight injury to his wrist. Consolation Stakes.— Kitan 1, Ursula 2, Robin ...

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

BURRYdAA RAGES. The annual rnce meeting at Barrjjia, which took place on 21st Jannary, was well attended, and a capital day's sport was witnessed. Mr. J. B. Troughton fulfilled the duties of secretary: to the satisfaction of all concerned. The racing resulted as under : — MAIDEN PLATE. Mr. Rand's Palacea ? ... : ... 1 Mr. ? Good Evening ? 2 Mr. J. M'Mahon's Floodgate ? ... 3 Betting : Even money Falacea, 2 to 1 Good Evening, 4 to 1 Floodgate. After a fairly good race Palacea won by a length. BUBBYJAA HANDICAP. Mr. D. Sutherland's Glenmore ... ... 1 Mr. W. M. Grove's Chartreuse - ? 2 * Liberty, Buttercup and Ariadne also started. Betting : Evens Glenmore, 2 to 1 Chartreuse, 3 to i Liberty and others. A good race ; Glen more *on by half-a-length. SELLING HACK BA.0B. Mr. T J. M'Mahon's Handover ... ... 1 Mr. Willett's Dillon ? ... 2 Mr F. Martin's Indigo... ... ... ...... 3 Vengeance also ran. Betting: 8 to 1 on Handover, 2 to 1 against Dillon and 3 to 1 Indigo. A very close race ; the...

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COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

COOTAMUMDRA TURF CLUB. The following are the handicaps for the Cup and Hurdle Race in connection with the annual meeting of- the above club, to beheld on 12th aad 13th February :— - OOOTAMUNDBA CUP. One mile and three furlongs. . : st. lb. st.lb Music ... ... 10 4 Roseberry ... 7 4 Taranaki ... 9 10 Woitehall ... 7 2 Escapade ... 95 Lady Phoebe ... 7 0 Tricolor ... 8 5 Ohio ? 7 0 Redavni ... 8 2 Marshal Neil ... 6 12 Hiram ... ... 8 2 Rczelle ? 6 10 Orient ? 8 0 Miss Qladetode 6 10 Early Morn ... 8 0 Houeydew ... 6 10 Elton ... ... 7 12 Konning ... 6 10 The Rejected ... 7 10 Inverduy ... 6 10 Catspaw ... 7 10 His Grace ... 6 7 Ganmain ... 7 9 -Evadne ? 6 7 Robin ... ... 7 8 Buxrangong Kinderapiol ... 7 7 Queen ... 6 7 Haste to the . . - Wedding ... 7 5 HUBDLB .BA0B. Two miles. , Raillery ...11 9 Honeydow .... 9 3 Goldleaf ...11 2 Golden Shoes ... 9 3 Hiram ... ... 10 5 Killarney .„ 9 0 Mountaineer ... 9 12 Mazeppa ... 9 0 Belfast . ... 9 9 Widgewa ... 9 0 GolddUBS ... 9 7

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CRICKET. ALBURY ASSOCIATION ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

CRICKET. ALBURT ASSOCIATION ENGAGEMENTS. February 8 — Germnntun, at Gerniunton, February 22— Uenallu, at Benalla. March 7~Co;owo, at Albury. March 21— Benalla, tit Albury. April 3, 4— East Melbourne, at Albury.

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

SOUTH AFRICA. A few months ago, tbero was quite a number of our adventurous citizens with ''their eyes turned to South Africa. The ?'marvellous tales told of fortune * picked up by gentry of the Barney Barnato j ^kidney and the possibilities of some more fortunes being yet to be made excited ' them, and many a young fellow I ft for -Johanneaberg and Pretoria. But just now (says a Sydney correspondent) ' there is a disposition to stay at home 'and leave the fablod land of the Boer, rthe lion, and the stores of gold and 1 precious stones to ' Ootn Paul' and the Chartered Company. There is trouble 1 in the Transvaal, and while it exists, it; is exactly the part of the world suited for , 'honest men who mean to work squarely { 'fwwbftt! $Py W? Wba jwsfflp-ttfwju -} fortune with a spade rather than a musket or a awrird. The exodus to th-? Transvaal has received a check, and I don't Buppose it will revive until England gives the boorish Boers what they want and what they have beea looking...

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THE COMMERCIAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

: THE COMMERCIAL BANK. The h'ilf yearly meeting of the Com inercial Bank:ng Company was held on Friday. The 'report stated that the balance available, after making provision for accrued interest arid note tax, wan ^653,961, out of which it was proposed to pay a dividend of 8 per cent., which would absorb £39,226, leaving £14,735 to ba carried forward. The chairman, in moving the adoption of the report, said the capital of the bank amounted, on the 1 31at of December last, to £995,202, show ' ing that the final call of £80,000 since . due had been anticipated by payments to the extent of £75,202. On receipt of the balance of £4798, the capital reserves of ? the bank would consist of paid up capital 'J61,000,000, reserve fund £1,010,000, re served liability £1,000,000, making alto gether £3,010,000, as against £2,0.^0,000 -on the 31st December, 1892. With the '?. '^exception of £17,000, of which notice of i repaMnent had been given, but not ex-| pired, the whole of the deferred deposi...

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THE MONT DE PIETE CO. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

THE MONT DE PIETE CO. . The half yearly report of the New South Wales Mont de.Piete Deposit and Investment Company, which will be pre sented on the 31st of January (to-day) states that investments upon mortgages, pledges and other securities aggregate £80,153, and that the gross profits amount t - £8030. This, with £761 5a. Id. carried forward from the last account, less work ing expenses and inters st on deposits, also after providing for bad and doubtful debts and debating interest on current loans, leaves a credit balance of £5526. It in proposed to apportion the profits as follow: — Dividend at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum, £3628 ; special con tingency fund to further allow for shrink age in securities (making a total of £6285), £600 ; reserve fund (making a total of £L2,500), £500 ; balance to next account, £900.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896

BITTEN BY A SPIDER. A little daughter of Mr. E. C. Compton, draper, at West Maitland, was bitten on SunJay morning by a black spider, and for the whole of Sunday and Monday night her condition was 6uch as to cause the most serious nlarm to her parents,: but through the skilful attention of Dr. ; B. G-. Alcorn the child has now recovered , from the more dangerous aymptona. Tha J ably, as did the throat and tongue and the child's leg*, and she was unable to eat. When iho swelling went down three j little red Bpots were discernabl^, showing the venomous insecr to have bib' en the child in three places. The father when he heard of the affair Wf.nt.in search of the spider, which he discovered and killed. It was a black spider, with red marks in its body. :

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