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THE EXPORT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
THE EXPORT TRADE. There has necessarily been a great fail ing oft in the quantityof wool and o'h r products available for export, arid this has caused heavy loss and much inconvenience to the shipping firms, few of which have b en able to fully load all their vessel?. They had to make their chartering ar rangements early in the season before the scarcity of exportable commodities could be foreseen, and when the ship* arrived here in many cases no cargo was forth coming for them, and they had to be sent elsewhere at a loss. Owing to the keen ness of competition for such cargo as wa* av.dlabre freights also dropped very low, in many oases below c': art^r c -st; so that although ih' figures of thj shipping trade for the y ar look fairly well on pa.ier. they have been by no m»*ns satisfactory to a large number of the firms engaged.
HARDWOOD FOR EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
HARDWOOD FOR EUROPE. The first shipment of New South Wales bardn ood to the Continent of Europe for stre-t paving purposes left Sydney on Saturday by the German mail steamer Oldenburg. The shipment consists of several hundred tons of wood in block form lengths, to be cut as required. It is intended for use in one of the largest German cities, the municipal authorities of which have, through Mr. J. Merge], manager of the .North German Lloyds, been supplied with all information on the subject. For a considerable time Mr. Mergel has been making inquiries as to the durability, cost and methods of laying woo'] blocks in the colonies, and he is of opinion that the present shipment is the beginning of a very large and important trade for New South Wales.
ALBURY v. COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
ALBURY V- COUOWA. A very we;k toara wi:nt to O'Towa on Satur last, and in cousequonce were easily defcatel. Dight and Comptoo were the only players on the Albury aide to make. double figures. Mr. J. P. Buggy, who used at one time to play for Albury, hit up the splendid ecora of 75 runs for ;0orov?a. The scores were :— : '? COBOWA. &.. Bayliaa, b Schmiedt... ? 7 JBuggy, c Mathews, b Oompton ? 75 Morley, o Strong, b Mackay ? ... 36 Sharp, c Chivell, b Maokay iM ... ,,. 0 Simmons, c ahivell,b. Strong ? 84 ?Holland, o Mathews, b Compton ? .33 Faunce, o Compton, b Oreaghe ... '... 10 E. Bay lisa, not out ? 13 J. Hammond, b Compton ? ... 3 Sundries ... ... ... . ... .. 23 Eight wickets for ... ... ...234 ALBtJBY. Strong, c Farrell, b Morley ... ... ...8 Mathews, o and b Hammond ... ... ... 2 Mackay, run ont ... ... ... ... 2 Dight, c Gates, b Hammand ? 13 Schmiedt, c Simmons, b Hammond ... ... 4 Compton, o Simmons, b Hammond ... .« 10 Oreaghe, not out ? „ ... 6 M'Taggart, not out ...
THE RETURN FROM WEST AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
THE RETURN FROM WEST AUSTRALIA. Large numbers of passengers from Coolgardie and the West Australian ports are returning to Sydney. Last Friday some coal miners, who left New castle a few months ago, come back, and their experience as they give it is some what starsling At all events they dis suaded many of their old-time mates whom they met at Adelaide on the way round from going any further. Their predic tions as to the future stampede from the new El Dorado are of a decidedly lugu brious character. In Perth they met hundreds of men, including mechanics of all kinds, trying to raise the requisite £1 of passage money to take them back to this colony. At Coolgardie there is no 'show' at all for a working man just now, and if he is caught asking for food he is arrested and imprisoned. On their tramp back from Kalgoorlie these men came upon the graves of some poor fellows who had perished in their desperation to reach the next station.
FOUND DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
FOUND DEAD. It was reported to the police on IMday morning that an old man named Wm. Drice, aged 84 yfars, father of Mrs. Stoltenburg, of Mulsate, had been miss ing from home since Wednesday morning (says the Narrabri paper). It appears that he had lately shown signs of abcr ra'ion of intellect, and be'n in the habit of wandering away by himself. Ft-aring that some mischief might befall him he was pretty closely watched, but on t Ms particular morning he eluded the vigi lance of his friends, and wandered away before his disappearance was noticed. The police, accompanied by some neigh bora, on being apprised of the occurrence made a search, and found the body about 5 o'clock on Sunday evening about two miles from his. home. He appeared to have been travelling in a circle, as very many people do when they find them selves lost. Hi3 eyes had been picked out by the crows, and a portion of the cheek was torn away having been appa rently eaten by iguanas.
BARNAWARTHA v. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
BABNA.WARTHA v. WODONGA. A meeting of the Wodonga and Mungabareena teams had been arranged for Saturday at Wo donga, bat intelligence was received that the Mungabareeaa team would not be able to fill the engagement, and hasty preparations were made for a match with Bamawartha, the latter visiting Wodongi. After a fair game the locals wera victorious by three wickets and 52 runs, Prentice (67 not out) batting splendidly. The following are the scores :— Babnawabtha. Sullivan, c Campbell, b Prentice .... ... 3 ProuBe, b Powell ? ... 0 Ourrie, b M'Lelland ... ... ... .... 30 G Baxter, c Campbell, b Prentice ... .... 0 W. Parker,' o Powell, b Prentice ... ...2 P. Richardson, c, Prentice, by Hamilton ... 10 B. De Mamiel, hw, b M'Lelland ... .... 0 W. Baxter, lbw, b M'Lelland .. .... ...i 6 E. De Mamiel, c M'Lelland, b T. Richardson ,5 J, Parker, uot out ... ? ....' .... . 9 M'Donald, by T. Richardson ... i.. 0 Sundries ... .*. ... ? ., 9 Total ... ... ? r 74 Wodonga. Campbell, o Baxter, b...
KILLED BY LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
KILLED BY LIGHTNING. A death from lightning during a thun derstorm took place at Toung on Friday. A woman named Stained, aged 70, was with her hu-b md Jeremiah Staines, stand ing under si verandad when she was stru; k dead by a flash of lighfcpi' g. Tne electric fluid entered theppen pas age, and in its course struck a son of the deceased named John, who was partially paralyse:!, and is now under medical treatment. The corner of the building was ignited by fire, but extinguished without material damage. The father and son, wbo until a few months ago were in indigent circum stances, recently took up a mini'jg alluvial claim at Spring Cre-k. Thii had turned out a ep'endid property, and the aged couple had arranged to return to Ireland to spend the rest of their lives.
ALBURY v. WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
ALBURY v. WAGGA. Th9 return match between the above clubs was played on the Albury ground on Monday last. Although the local team were beaten, the game was a much more interesting one than that played at Corowa on Saturday. Twelve men a side were played. Wagga went first to the wickets and put up a total of 160 before the fall of the last wicket. The principal contributors to this Gcore were Wilson 54, Marks 37, and Rendall not out 17. Schmiedt captured seven of the viBitora' wickets at a cost of 55 runs. Albury made a bad beginning with the bat, losing two men (good ones too) for 20 runs, Jas. Day being clean bowled for two and A. J. Smith after making seven was caught by Commins, Heriot and Schmiedt then carried the score to 120, Heriot, after making 53, was bowled by Hughes, and Schmiedt was unfortunately run oat when his score had reached 56. None of the other batsmen got into double figures, the innings finally closing for a grand total of 151, Wagga thus winning by nine runs. ...
A STICKING-UP CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
A STICKING-UP CASE. A proof of the true state of things prevailing in Melbourne was shown in the recent ' sticking-up' case, A poor devil without work or experience took to the highway on Christmas Day, and bailed up two vehicles full of ladies. All he got wa? 2s. 2J. and 12 months' gaol. The robber should have let the lidir-s pass. He might just as well tackle a man coming from a church b;»zi-ir. The average city la'ly carries a morocco leather purse unostentat'o sly in her hand, but she is sldoin robbed, because the experienced pickpocket knows perfectly m-11 tha^. if he raps her sharply on tha knu;k!es, cauinsj her to drop the gross imposture, and then runs sharply off with it ha will find ioside only two tram tickets, one hairpin, and threepence ha'penny in coppers.
ALBURY LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
ALBURY LOGAL LAND BOARD. A meeting of the Local Land Board will be held at the court-house, Albury, on the 13th and 14th February, at 10 a.m., at which the follow- ing cases will be considered, viz. : — Thursday, February 13. consideration. John Gain, al 95-3, 35 1/2 a Gustav Frohling, al95-6, 17 1/4 a Wm. Kiddle, al 95 15, 50a Wm. Kiddle, al 95-16, 270a Wm. Kiddle, al 95-17, 185a Wm Kiddle, al 95 18, 182a Charles A. Peake, al 95-20, 640a Wm, G. Matohett, al 95-23, 320a Jrhn M'Donald, al 95-27. 136£* Wm. Clancy, cp 96 1, 34a, INQUIRY UNDER SECTION 20 O.L. ACT 18S4, BB IMPROVEMENTS Julias W. Ludwig, cp 95-2, 36a Or 80p. Proposed alteration to design of the village of Henty, by reducing the width of part of Ivor* street (95-650).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
-v,^, : ? 7TT. ? ' ? = ? : ? ,- ..,?';- -;.,.??. ?- . '- ,; ?.'??'-';/ -,' .?- ,?-.,; -.-^ :- -,; ' ':;r,j,.,v.',,lJ:. — — H ^^/y =j/ ? G. Fo SUGBEM will Sf/OJ^A WOOL at Id. per 1b. Winner of the First and Second Prizes, &Atfralsc^^ejC^£ennial Gold Medal, for the Best Scoured Wool at the Sydney ^sMfoition. Wool coming t-y Train to Narandera and. Gorowa Railway Stations will be taken delivery of and redelivered at said Railway Stations FREE OF ADDITIONAL CHARGE}. ? Trade ^.ddyesseB, ? v ~~ * T...,GB,ES EN FIELD, ? 2C0 li H? I ? **' 5 AIbo at WODONGA, 'oi,i-J^iitf'1Bambrick's , - Hotel. MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, BAIL INGS, TABLETS, &c, ERECTED in Cemeteries and Churches, Inscriptions Cut, and general repairs dons, DeaignB and Estimates free of charge, HUME FOUNDRY &nbsp; ALBURY, ENGINEER; .Millwrights, Boilermakers, and &nbsp; Engine-smiths, Sawmill, Flourmill, and &nbsp; Agricultural Machinery. Contractors supplied with Girders, Columns, Verandah,...
URANA LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
URANA LAND OFFICE. Thursday, January 23. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. T. W. Smallcombe, 640a, Yathong John Ryan, 328a, Butherwah W.P.Kelly, 316a, do Mary MaB'-n, 320a, do / Margaret M aon, 320a, do - .,. J. P. JoneB, 320a, do Wm, Kelly, 320a, do ., ; ^ James Ryan, 320a, do P. R. Brett, 432^, do JameB Smith, 432£a, do R. Nimmo, 320a, do &nbsp; P. Craig, 320a, do Wm. Smith, 40a, Urana.
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. ? . ? ' ?-sy . ' ? ?. — THE NOMINATIONS. ;-: - The following are the nominations fo* ' the three vacancies in the Borough G'omw ' ., ''\ oil: — FOR ALDERMEN. D. S. Watson— Proposed by Tho3. Plummer, seconded by Thos. Greenfield, John Thomas— Proposed by M. Justice, seconded by 0. E, Wallder. ^ John Thomas— Proposed hy Wm. M'Guffla,. seconded by E. A. Heath. W. N. M. Edmondson— Proposed by F. W. Tietyeas, seconded by John Carew, W. N. M. Edmondson— PropoBed-by John ^ Quirk, Eeconded by A. N. Puttmann. John Thomas— Proposed by Edwin Mitchell, ssconded by Jacob Brann..;. ????? John Thomas— Proposed by Jas. Cammings, seconded by J, H. Menz W. N. H. Edmondson— Proposed by Jaa. OammingB, seconded by J. H. Menz John Thomas— Proposed by Robt. Wilkinson, seconded by William Bhortal. W. Carkeek— Proposed by J. F. Maloney, seconded by L. P. Molloy. W. Carkeek— Proposed by Conrad Reis, seconded by G. A. Kirchner. W. Carkeek— Proposed by Thos. Plummer, seconded by John Sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 31 January 1896
''-:; : ;:;-:; Sales by Auction. Important Auction Sale ?? '-?: .'?'? , OF PrVOPERTI E S. In the Junes, Ooolamon & Temora - ,; - ^ Districts. , BATUKDAY, 29th FEBKUAKY, 1896. r By Obdhb of the Mortgagees. LA1VLISS and CO. have received instruc tions to sell by public auction, AT THE RAILWAY HOTEL, JUNEE, Upon the above date, at 12 o'clock sharp, the following VALUABLE & HIGHLY-IMPROVED PROPERTIES, Situated within a few miles of Junee, Old .'. Jnnee, Coolamou, and Temora Railway ; Stationo, and comprising splendid Grazing and Agricultural S^aad, Not ib be surpassed io|these well-known . ??''/ v . Districtf:— ? '$ LOTl— 548 acrea2roo& C.P. Land, county of Clarendon, parieS of Junee, known as North Park, at present occupied by Mr.G . Frost, This propejsy iB situated one mile v ':s.-: frogi the town oflffunee ;$b highly im .proved, well waterM, secnrgjy fenced and ? *'???:. conveniently subd^ded, 4© acres cleared - md Teady. for the |ftougb. ^plendid land, 'I- MO...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
TO THE EDITOR OP TIIE ALBURY BANNER. Sin, — Can you or any of your readers recom mend a cure for the following :— A colt, having been bitten en the back by aa entire horse, has a running sore which, though carefully attended to, does not seem to get any belter. The sore, which was done some months ago, is no bigger than the head of a match.— Yours, &c, (SUBSCRIBER. [A loci farrier suggests thnt a Bitfnst has probably developed, and recommends the knife. —J&D.A.B.]
ALBURY BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
ALBURY BOROUGH COUNCIL The regular meeting cf this body was held on Wednesday evening, the members present being the Mayor (in tbe chair), and AJdermen Billson, Hodge, Ashby, Chenery, and Adams. After the usual routine preliminaries, the fol lowing correspondence was dealt with : — . From the Government Statist's office, asking for certain information re voting at municipal election. — To be attended to, From the Board of Health, forwarding reports on slaughtering premises and dairy premises, and calling attention to the necessity of strict supervision, especially in the* case of two slaughleryards mentioned^ — Received. From Mr. N. Selfe, ' M.I.O E , offering his services to report on the water service. — Re- ceived. From Mr R. T. Ball, intimating grant of £75 for gardens and £20 for recreation reserve ; also enclosing official reply re grant of £25 for old Gerogery-road. — Received. From Mr, J. Stevens asking to be excused from payment of water rates for his brickyard as he never ...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From Newspaper Press Association.) Sydney, Thursday. The man named Bae, victim of the Woolloo mooloo outrage, is making rapid progress towards recovery. He has. made certain statements to tbe detectives, which are expected to lead to the early arreBt of several of his assailants. Tbe Mining Conference to-day decided that leases aDDlied for should ba dealt with Iocallvbv warden in the district where they are situated within 28 days from date of application ; labor conditions to ba fulfilled 14 days after leases being granted. A large and influential deputation to-day urged the Premier to pass a Bill next session extending the franchise to women. Mr. Reid replied that the only difficulty in the way wis the fact that the Cabinet could not agree on tha subject. This prevented the Government from taking it up. He did not hold out any hope of the Government introducing the Bill, but indi cated that it might be done by a minister or private member. A number of gentlemen ...
ALBURY HOSPITAL. ELECTION OF OFFICE-BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
ALBURY HOSPITAL o ? ELECTION OF OFFICE-BEARERS. Tbe adjjurnol annual meeting for the election of office-bearers was held yesterday afternoon, Mr. M'Lennan occupied the chair. Mr. Caddeu and Mr. Btockie wero appointed scrutineers The ballottinor resulted in the election of the following :— Vice-president, T. -Affleck ; com mittee.K. M'LeDnan, F. W. Tietyans, Conrad Reis, M. Justicp, T. Affleck, J. R. Chapman, R. A. Potts, J. L. M'Eachern, Win Car keek.
ANNUAL LEASES GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
ANNUAL LEAS1SS GRANTED. The following Joasea have beon granted, ia ccorda.pco vvilb the provjEions o£ the j$3rd segtioa * '£-'':,- , -': oi. the Grown Lands Act of 1889 and the 48th *j) ;- ;'?'-' eeotion of the Grown Lands Act of 1895 :— ' t* T% - District of Cootamundra. '?'- ~ J-'' r ' Bobert Houston, 192a, Thanowrit-g - ~* ' ?- -- Anne Gillies, 90a, Buntowarrah iO '??*- ?' Patrick Ryan, 4i2a Or 16p, Cootamnodry , .T ,'? ' Michael Renehan, 3!4i and 350Ja, do '-,--V John J. Miller, 96f i, do ~ ' K' v Hat Sawyer, jun , 400a and 350a, Betburgra ', -,' : Fredk. 8haw, 300a. Muttama ,-'?;'' ' i Matthew Sawyer, Jan., 200a, Canjegong. ''--'I/- ' .? District of Grenfcll. '-' -r V:-J ' David W. Bramgrove, 265a, Brundah .-*?- - * - Stephen P. Toohey, 9 10a, Kangarooby. .; -'' '-., - District of Narandei a. * '? ' ^ ,'~' Henry L. Calley, 160a, Narandera -.' ; ' - Kdward B. Allen, 610a, Yalgogoring. '* ,.% i ; ' * ' L ^ .„- ' District of Tumut. ' * , -- ---. ^ , Praneia Halloran, 375a, Mundang...