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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. WEDNESDAY, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, February 5. GOLDSBROUGH, Mobt, and Co Ltd. report: — Wheat — Business in this market for the past ?week has been rather restricted. The town millers, having for the present a fair supply, do not appear anxious to buy, as orders for fl -ur are not coming to hand too freely. Sellers, how ever, ere still holding for 5*, which price is not - at the moment obtainable, though in some of the country towns a higher equivalent is being given. At auction this day the demand was rather slack and few sales effected. We are quoting: — -Prime milling, 4s 11^-1 ; fair to good, 4s 9Jd to 4o.lld ; eff lots up to 4s 9d. Oats. — The market is hardly so active, and the trade will only buy at prices showing a slight re duction ou last week's rates. Present quotations are s— Prime stouts, 3s 2d to 3s 2£d ; ordinary feed, 39 to 3s l£d; Algerian prime milling, 3s Id ; fair to good, 2s lOd to 3b ; infeiior, up to 2s 8d ; Tartarian seed, 3s 6d. Barley.— There is a good inqu...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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VICTORIAN LAND NOTICES. TENDERS FOR GRAZING LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

VICTORIA^ LAND NOTICES. TENDEBS FOE GBAZIN& LANDS. ''* ' Tenders will be received by the Board of Land and Works up to noon of Friday, 21st February, for the occupation for graaing pur poses only of the following unappropriated por tionBof laid-. — Grazing block No. 1011, 65 acres, bting allot ment 16 of section O, parish Gooratnadda, count; Bogong : Beechworth district, Virazing block No 2817, 23 acres, being the Jand lying between the Ovens River aad allot ments 169 A and 169b and 170a, parish Boorha man, county Bogo'-g : Beechworth district. Grazing block No 3983, 750 acres, beitu thai poriioa of timber reserve bounded by J. Trtslze's T. Little's, M-irrLon's, Buck's, aud Lewiu's hold ings and BaBia Creek : Beechworth district. GreeiDg block No. 4775, 27,500 acres, bsing pMstoral allotment P, ciiuu'y Benambra : Beech . With district. Grazing block Nj. 4869, 5000 acre3, beiBp £illotnientB 75, 76, 80, 85, 86, and 87, parish, Wyeeboo : Beechworth district. ? Grazing block No,...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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REDFERN FORAGE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

REDFERN FORAGE SALES. At the Redfern forage . sales on Monday the following lots of chaff were disposed of : — From Meagher, Bomen (2988), 4s 5d ; Best Bros., TJranquinty (X345), 4s 5d ; Thcmaon Yerong Creek (3419). 4s 7d ; Eunn, Bomen (4867), 43 lid ; Blackmore, Milthorpe (2305), 4s 7d; Wooden, Old Junee (72'2), 4s lOd ; Stewart (3841), 5s ; Winkie, Walla Walla (10,730), passed ; Dun»ford, Kelso (4730), 4s 7rl ; Eanday, Milthorpe (9746), 4s 4d ; Eve, Mil tborp (415)i 4s lid; Blackmore, Milthorpe (9941), 5s ; Sanday, Milthorpe (10 010), 4s 3d ; Slattery, Spring Hill (1886), 5s Id ; Dalton Bros, Borenore (1885) 5s Id : B. Gibb, Wallnm. been (55). 4s lid ; do (4215), 5s Id ; Bmnskell, Wagga (2364), 43 6d ; Piper, Illabo (3645), 3s 61 on 43 lid; Kin sella, Webb's Siding (7968), 5s ii j Ashwood, Coolamon (2896), passed.

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RESERVES FROM CONDITIONAL SALE. District of Cootamundry Central. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

RESERVES. FROM CONDITIONAL BALE. District of Cootamundry Central. Within late leasehold area of Houleghan's Crnek South holding No. 644, declared a resumed aren 1st February, 1896. No. 23,710. County Olavondou, parish Houla?- ' , han, area about 296i acrca. District of Oorowa. Within late leasehold area of Bull Plain holding No. 152, declnrcd a resumed area 1st February, 189G, and resumed area of Wangaraong Plams ' ' hulriing No. 104. -? ; No. 23,610, County Denison, parish Bull Plain ' ;- j area 92 acres.

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ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Butter. lOd to Is 3d par lb Eggs, 6d to 8d per doz Ham, lOd per lb ?Bacon, 5d to 8d per lb. Oats. 2s 9d per bushel Chaff, 5? per cwt Potatoes. 8s per cwt - Barley, 3a per bushel Bran, lOd per bushel . Pollard, lOd per bushel.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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HOMESTEAD LEASE FORFEITED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

KOMSSTF^D LEASE FORFEITED. The f allowing homestead lease ia furfoited for non-payment of cost i,t aurvev and valuo of Crown improvement', such forfeiture taking effect 30 days after 1st February :— ? ? - . I District of Hill«ron Noith. Alex. &£fvckcy, j'm , 2560a, Matakauo.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Wednesday, February 5. ? The lu'kg prices are as follow : — Pork, 3d to Cd pw lb ; mutton, ljd to 3Jd do; beef, 35 to 6d per lb. Poultry. — Fowls, 2s to 4s Cd per pair ; ducks, 3s to 4s per pair ; geese, 3s fid to 6s per pair j turkeys, 63 t9 183 par pair. Dairy Produce.— Uheeee, 4d to 9-i per lb ; eggs, lOd to la 2d per dozen ; butter, 91 to 1b 2d per lb; bread, 6d to 7d per 41b loaf [ honey, 4d to 6d per lb ; milk, 4d to 6d per quart ; ham, 7d to lOd per lb ; bacon, 6d to Sd do.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE INFANTRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE INFANTRY CQfiflFAHY. The H. Company v;aun?ptcted en Satwdav last by M; j )r B.tyly of tha headquirLera steff. The c itupuiy, 40 etrong, turned out with the land in uriform aud marched to the butts, where the men were put through firing ex raise, and acquitted themselves creditably, la the evening M j -t Biyly delivered a lecnre on r.fle tiring, at tie Fdderal Theatre, M? j it Wilkinson occupy ing the chair. The lee urer bandied the euV j :ct conversationally, and in the course if ao hddress ex ending oVer an hcur and a half imparted a large amount cf interes:in£ informaiion. He txplalned the peculiarities of che various patterns of small arms used in modern waifare, xininting out tbe diiFcireiiCis in the mode of r fling, s'zt and nature of pro j ctile, and the rtsubs iu range &r,A trejactory. H-- dwelt at pnme length on the importance of riflemen practieing as moch as possible under crn- conditions tbnt would be preseut in actual warfare. Firing at a known range ?was ver...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ALBURY FARMERS' MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

ALBURY FARMERS' MARKET. The Bivkeina Wool, Hide, and Produce Co, Limited report having held their regular weekly produce sale on Saturday last, when n good denv.nd existed for ell kinds of prodnce. The following are rates obtained :— Oats, Alge rian 2a 3d to 2i 6d per bushel. Tartarian 23 to 23 5d per bushel 1 English barley 2s 6-1 to 2e Oi per bu hel 5 cheff, prime to £5 per ton, medium £4 to £4 53 per ton j pota toes, Ballurat new 7s per cwt, seed and second clafs, old, la 6d to 2s 6d per cwt; butter, Od to Is per lb ; eggs, 6d to 9d per doz ; bacon, 6d per lb { ba»rs, to 8d per lb ; fowls (young), 2a to 81 6d per pair j nuolje, 29fc-2B 6d ; geese, 4s per pair ; turkeys (gobblers), 2a 6d to 3s Gd each, (hens) Is Cd to 2s 6d each ; vegetables, fruit, &c, at full rates, F. W. True reports sales oa Saturday, February 1st, as follows :— Butter (separator) Is 2d per lb, (dairy) lid per lb, (dairy lump) 7d; Eggs, 6Jd doz ; bacon, 3Jd to 6Jd per ib ; fresh mutton Is 9d to 2a 3d p...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

/ - Teindjirei Acoepted.— Tondore have been ? ' ' accepted tor the tollowirg public works :— l% Oontraot No. 32, 95 6, Albury to Urana— F, W. Wynacb, Albury. Confrfc1; No. 31, 95 6 . ' ' ~ Albury aud Corowa road to Urana— J. Gilligac, Albu'y. As a rule, a rough diamond loses 75 per cent, of its weight in cutting ond polish ing, if it; is tn be turned out ia the most .' jpfl'ective manner,

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GERMANTON LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

GERMANTON LOCAL LAND BOARD. A meeting of the Local Land Boaid will be held at the court-house, Germanton, on the 17th February, at 10 a.m., at which the following cases will be considered, viz. : — IHQOIRY UNDER SECTION 36 C L, ACT 1884. Oaarles Nicholson, cp 89 69, 214f a Bank of New South Wales (executorB of late James M-Laurin), cp 90-128, 50a Bank of New South Wales (executors of late James M'Lauiia), cp 90161, 50a John Boas, cp 90-141, 320* A. E,, G. R,and M'H. M'Laurin, cp 90191, 320a Wm. Ohiigp, cp 90-246, 200a Anthony Buswell, cp 90-259, 90a M. J. Maher, cp 90-288, 160a M. J. Maher, cp 92-49, 67£a James Maher, cp 90-289 1, 160a . Thomas Rome, cp 91-48, 149 Ja Goldsbrougb, Mort, and Oo. Ltd (8. P. and J. J. Bowler), cp 91-138, 169f i Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co. Ltd (S. P. and J. J. Bowler), cp 91-136, 160a P. S. and J. P. H. Mitchell, cp 92-42, 430|*. INQUIRY UNDER SECTION 39 C.L. ACT? 1884, BE IMPROVEMENTS. A. R,, G. R., and J. M'H. M'Laurin, cl 15106, 120a A. B..-G. R., and ...

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SALE OF SNOW LEASES. District of Tumut. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

SALE OF SNOW LEASES. District of Tumut. The land apent will cttVr »t auction, at noon on Tuesday, 26th February next, sdow leases for pastoral pu' poses of the land Bet forth beluw ; — No 6, 4032a, parish Garnet No 7, 3C0ia,do Nu 8 3102-i, Nimbo and Garnet No 9 2921a, Coolemnu - , . No. 39 2978.1, Yair.tngobilly ' - - No. 42, 7454a, do No 46, 7454.1, The Peaks and Yarrangobilly. »H IK '?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

Exhibitions. PASTORAL & AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY For the districts of Tumbarumba and Upper Murray. THE SEVENTH ANNUAL SHOW Will be held on TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, :m: J&.TI o ih: 10 -sc n3 At the SOCIETY'S SHOW GROUND, Tumbarumba Parade, Tumb&rumba. Tuesday, 3rd March, last day for General Entries. Late Entries t o 7th March ; fine, 2s. 6d. AMONGST several hundred prizes cffered are the following*!— Class B— Section §. — Best Maiden Hunter, to carry not les^ Joan list. Three fences 3ft. 9in.- high^,*Bti@, £5 5b, Clas»^§— Section? 10. — Best Weight-carrying ? ^iiter, not lep than^^ Three fences 4ft. J»igb. Prize/|£25r??*8eco^d horee to receive jgTfio from the rerizs.Sr M mSS§B- Se.tVai 11.— Beefxady's Knnter, to be iidd%i by ajfady. Thr^hurg.(1eB;^ffc. 6in. high, ? Priz* £6 6m' ; second fc£\£SP!o%eceive £1 1b, Vfrawttae ff/iz3. TnClass E| Sections 9, 10, and 11, the entrance fee will be tra non-members of the Society 5 per cent, on f apprizes ; to members 2£ per ce...

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SALE OF IMPROVEMENT LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

SALE OF IMPROVEMENT LEASES. ' -, '- His Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, directs it to be notified « that leases of tbe undermentioned Crown landa '. 1 will be offered for sale by public auction, by the Crown lands agent of the respective land dis« trict, at 12 o'clock noon on Tuesday, the 25th | February, 1896 :— I ' District of Parkes. ^Bj Block 58, No. 416. 20,000*, Bulbodney j upaefc 1 annual rent, £4 3s 4d ( Block £9, No. 416, 14,790a, do ; £7 14a Id ? 1 Block 60, No. 416, 14,820a, do ; £16 18s 9d [ Block 61, No. 546, 5000a, Burra Burra ; £1 0s IOd Block 62, No. 546, 1 1.000a, do ; £5 14s 7d Block B3. No. 646 8,000a, do ; £16 13* 4i Block 64.' N..i 202, 8300a, Tyrie ; £6 9s'8d Block 65, No 202, 6600a, do ; £5 3s Id Block 66, No. 478, 6300a, Dcrribr.ng ; £3 5s 7d Block 67, No. 478, 6300a, do ; £3 5s 7d Block 6*. No. 478, 10,700a. do ; £5 1 Is 6-i Block 69, No. 478, 10,000a, do j £5 43 2d. - ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

? Sales toy faction. ? CHAS. L. GRIFFITH and CO.'S AUC TION SJ|LES :ff Albnry Fortrif|htly 3f|rket.~WedjSEsday, 12th Februa||. ,|| .0 Sale of ' Olljemontil ana othefupper Murray Property.— Fr^y, 14th:|?ebruary. Tallangatta Markel%£atujiay, 15th Februiry. Wodonga ForWg^tlyWarket— Tuesday, 18th February. 'Wodonga Horse Sale.— Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 19th, 20th, and 21st Febrnary. iRiverina Wool, Hide, and Produce Co. Sale of Hides, Skina, Tallow, &c— Friday, 21st February. AlbTxry Fortnightly Market. WEDNESDAY,' FEBRUARY 12, 10.30 a m. sharp, CHAS. L. GRIFFITH and Co. will sell by auction at the Municipal Yards, on Wed nesday, 12th February, at 10.30 a.m.- eharp, $6 Prime Fat Bullocks and cows from Mr. J, W. Grieve, Bungowannah Park 180 Prime Fat Ballocka from Messrs. W. M'lntoth and Co., Majfleld IS Prime Fat Bnllocks from Mr. Joseph Dunn, Weebo 10 Prime Fat Cows and Heifers from Mr. H. F. Ogilvie, Bowna ..20 Prime Fat Cows and Bollocks from Messrs. W. Ferguson and o...

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FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

FDRPXITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES The undermentioned portions of Crown lands, ^ a^j conditionally purchased under the Crown Landa Acts, as well us any conditional leases made in virtue thereof, and all rights attached to such purchases or leases, are declared for feited,, but such forfeiture ehall not take effect until the expiration of 30 clear days after 8th January ?— Henry Sargent, 160a, Munro - t ' Bank of Australasia, 320a, Mimosa - W. A. Bell and J Y. Bell (transferred to the , A.J.S. Bank), 120a, Wagra John FogiSrty, 66a 2r, Cud jegongr John N. Thomas, 80 a, Gundibindya.1 A. E. Cross, 160a, Mulwal'a Patrick Lane, 320a, Mowabla ' - , A. G White, 60a, Ccolamon . Mathew S'.wyer, 100a, Ironbong Wm. Kennedy, 320a, do.

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COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURY. THURSDAY, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

'COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. : / ?- ALBURY, ;?'??- ?.'.'... Thursday, February 6. Darin? the week 3000 b9g3 were sold at 43, and a small parcel changed hands later at 49 Id. To-day, however, the highest quotation is 3a lid. SYDNEY. Tuesday, February 4. . Maize, — Firmc. Good demand. Prime Tumnt, 33 3.H to 3j 4d ; river and Queensland maize, prime*. 3s Id to 3s 2 1 per bushel. Gats.— New Zealand : Piime, 2a 31 ; inferior, from 2s 2d per bushel. The associated millers' price for new flour is £10 5s; small parcels, £10 10s; old £11 per ton. Intercolonial wheat is nominal ; uew local wheat, 43 2d to 43 3d per bushel. Bran and pollard were in moderate demand at the prices quoted. B;an was quoted at 9.J-1 and pollard at lOd per bushel. Hay. — Local oaten, in bnndle3 : Prime £5 103 to £5 15s ; medium, £4 15a to £5 ; inferior, £4 5s per ton. Chaff — Plentiful. Dull demand. Imported chaff : Prime Adelaide, £.5 5s ; extra green, £5 10s; Tasmanian, £4 15s to £5 ; inferior, £4 53 to £i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

^ ^'V * fri ^ P ill] ^H iN^Wi^iip 5 $? IW- 3 la ? ''- ^- - ^r y ??.??'??? . ; ? -'^ Price— 2s. 6d. per box of 50 Tablets; if posted, 2s. 8d.'^ ? gatolic Efoticesa (Registered) X iS: Xa ( TBADK MAldgJf SOAP W# R K S, TOWNSENp.STREJ§| ALBURY. |f(Suqi$3Sor tQ^p[. PjftrsonJl^ ^ f^pPLYlNG tKBE8pfeO^#S&wcat prices.^' Aw? r%£ tfr; Tallow, Skins, Hid$| &c . in any quanlny Ex changed for Soap orj|baght at current rates. Housewives note uSs and save money by ex changing fat for |Xt SoaP- N.B. — Sold by all Grocers and Storekeepers. ~~boots i ~B6o'fs~i~B66fs~f F GRASS, Bootmaker, begj to inform hie ? cu8t^nerg,.^and the public that he has REMOVE|§ tfe^ilVE-STiEET / (opposite Church oj|||ng&%^Minday-8qj|5ol), afd ho^cs to receive thjpsuppOT^jjiitherio jj@corde$' hinj^^l] kinds of ;^bOTS Wjffle to orMr. T$pnit0j&$${k and pron^jtly done/'-^fen'i^Woots &alf|$fed dij$ Heeled Jf/oin 2s. 6dr%La$W B/jDts Flulf soJfli ?and Helj^dffSa^lg3g8. ^hlldjgta'e B^M^lfalf ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

:—£=? Are t^o're whoso judpf-nent ia //alutr'jlo in f$o taato ang-Mection ofyvquorn, '/hia friolca J5\V nil GW9MM fayortaMYott'fl'fi fj^qn^p, $+0$

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

The blessings that follow the adoption of a freetrade policy in a country, the con ditions of which are unsuited to freetrade, are beginning to ba realised in New South Wale3. A favorite argument with freetraders is that protection cannot increase the rate of wages. If this pro position were well founded, the converse —that freetrade cannot lessen wages — tnasl aleo be true. Unfortunately thera . is just now too much testimony available to prove beyond doubt that freetrade r does reduce wages. At a meeting of employes of the Soap and Cand'e - Manufactory at Newcastle last week, tho managing director informed the men that a reduction cf wages had become abso lutely necessary. The manager ia re ported to have Rpolccn as follows : — 'Ha regretted to say that hia company had been forced to reduoa prices, resulting in a lose of £7000 annually. The company could Dot afford this, aa shareholder had had little mire than moderate interest for the past year. He regretted giving notice of redu...

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