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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

OALJJNDAR FOR'THlE WEEK. FEBaUARY/. ? _r Kan. Moon. 5 ' fitBep. 3ets. KifleB. Sets. - ~' 3 M. 9 « D,B. H.M. 1 Friday - - - 5 41 7 27 — 235A 8 ~ ?it'-.rr-n'- .. . ., 5 41 7 20 12 3M 3 41 ? 9 Sexagesima Sunday ... 6 44 7 25 li 53 4 39 10 Monaay ? 6 45 If 24 1 61 5 30 . U rn«'«.lsy ? 5 40 7 23 2 63 6 10 12 Wednesday .. .. 5 47 7 21 3 67 6 45 13 Thursday ? 5 48 7 20 4 59 7 13 Melbourne mean time. Mooif'a Phases.— New moon, February 14th. 2.13 a.m ; first quarter, 22nd, 7.15 a.m. ; full moon, 29th, C Si fl.m. ' ^ ? ^^ AND WOPONGA EXPRESS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1896.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

Special Advertisements. . LIFE IN8URANGE COMPANY OIB1 ZsTJU's7s7' -5TOK35:. Established 1843. RICHARD A. M'OURDY, President. The Largest i||d Wealthiest Life Insurance Codpany in the World. ASSETS at dj| cf last £\f5cial Investigation, * Jjfeccmber ££ 1S94, Jf jjfme$. .- #.#£9,86^548. I §fifp!uj# ? jg^^f £4,6%145. ^FDEeEt?1 jkrTDALp/AlL FRQP£3 GO TO fllE FO||CY|p3^gMS;[|: ALL MOdJJh F0i|s CF LIFE INSURANCE. The Povfeir Trust Investment Policies were ' Originated by this Office. Australian departments COMPANY'S BUILDING, MARTIN- PLACE, SIDNEY, N.S.W. Z C. HENJSIE, General Manager. Agent at Albury—G. S.ADAMS. - 1''buohaMn's j' Horaecr^f jx^a^^l OoSiim^ns , ti ......J..J_J. ? ? gj ? ? . 0'OBcisr bIaokib, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, .|_PEASi^rREE^ ? A Z. B ZT H. -32' . ?

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

TALLANGATTA. i fFBOM OUB OWN COBKESPONDENT.) 1 Wednesday, February 5. m A very successful jjveoile entertainment wa9 If given fcere on Thursday night, in aid of the Pres- H b/terian Church baziar fund. The programme M consisted of juvenile operettas, in the production W of which a largo number of local children wera H assisted by some young ladies frooi Melbourne. I The pieces most admired were 'The Fairies' I and ' Tbo Gleaners,' which were very creditably I produced, the smgiug beu,g very prettily rendered, while some eleven dan'inp was intro duced by the Misses Button and Rix. Same very iat.icare movements in the way of marching w?ro executed with the precisiou cf soldiers. The ' Japanese F;;n' was also a very amusing production, sinn sixteen pirls and brvyB, clad in Japanese costume, taking part. Tbe fan dame by Missea Sctton and Rix was clpverly executed. Scnga wsre rendered by Mr. Dixia and Meadames Waruock auct Rix, Miss Rix recited, Miss P-it;m played a piano piece, and sorn...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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DESIGN TO EJECT ENGLAND FROM EGYPT. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

DESIGN TO EJECT ENGLAND FROM EGYPT. London, February 3. A startling announcement is made by the. Observer, a London Sjinday newspaper, with reference to the present relations sub sisting between Great Britain and Ger many. It is stated by the Observer that Germany approached Russia with a suggestion that England should be ejected from Egypt, but that Russia declined to fall in with the suggestion. The German newspapers are jubilant over the position of England with regard to the Armenian question. They cpenly exult that Germany has succeeded in thwarting England in her efforts to settle the difficulty with the Sultan.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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UNITED STATES CURRENCY A FREE SILVER BILL. LONDON, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

UNITED STATES CURRENCY. .'A FREE SILVER BILL. London, February 2. The bill providing for the free coinage of silver, which was framed by tho Finance Committee, has been submitted to the United States Senate. The necessity for the adoption of some meafcure to prevent the depletion of the cold reserve was urged by President Cleve land in a message to Congress last Decfm bar, and in consf quence of a recommenda tion by the Ways and Means Committee, to whom the message was referred, a Band Bill wa3 passed by the House of Represen tatives on December 28 providing for an unlimited issue of 3 per cent, bonds at par, payable ia 5 years, and also certificates bearing interest at the rate of 3 per cent, per annum, with a currency of 3 years, for an amount not exceeding 50,000, OOOdol. (£10,000,000). Tho Senate ha3 passed the Free Silver Bill submitted to it by the finance com mittee, as a substitute for the Bond Bill agreed to by the Hijuse of Representatives. Tha Free Silver Bill, which hag ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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VIEWS OF PRESIDENT KRUGER. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

VIEWS OF PRESIDENT KRUGER. London, February 1. The Times this morning publishes a telegram from its correspondent at Pretoria -describing an interview he has had with President Kruger, in the coarse of which ha elicited the views of the latter on the present position of affairs in the Transvaal. President Kruger stated that he was willing to redress tbe grievances of the Uitlanders with regard to education and municipal government. With reference to their demand for tbe franchise, however, he would not promise to grant that except to those who were loyal to the Government, as otherwise the Boers would be swamped by alien votes.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF DR. JAMESON'S TROOPERS IN ENGLAND. LONDON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

ARRIVAL OF DR. JAMESON'S TROOPERS IN ENGLAND. London, February 4. Some of the troopsrs who took part in Dr. Jameson's invasion of the Transvaal and were captured, and afterwards released on promising to proceed to England, have now arrived in London. They state that there is strong evidence to show that forged telegrams were sent by President Kruger to Dr. Jameson, and that these caused him to take tbe extreme step of invading the Transvaal. Colonel Rhodes, brother cf the Right Hon. Cecil Rhodes, late Premier of the Cape Colony, who was arrested by Pre sident Kruger with other members of the Reform Committee at Johannesburg after the failure of Dr. Jameson's invasion of the Transvaal, has instructed counsel for his defence and that of Dr. Jameson and the other prisoners.

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THE OLYMPIAN GAMES. ROYALTY TO BE PRESENT. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE OLYMPIAN GAMES. EOYALTY TO BE PRESENT. London, February 3. The Emperor. William of Germany and King Oacar IT, of Sweden have eignilied their intention of being present at tbe ?revival of tho anciont Olympian games, Which will bo held ia Athens duripg the

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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AFFAIRS IN THE TRANSVAAL THE REPORTS FROM THE RAND GOLD-FIELD. LONDON, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

AFFAIRS IN THE TRANSVAAL THE REPORTS FROM THE RAND GOLD-FIELD. London, January 81. The recent alarmingreportsasto continued disorders in the South African (Transvaal) Republic, and the announcement that President Kruger has intimated bis inten tion of closing tho mines on the Rind gold-field in consequence, ' have been engaging the earnest attention of the Secre tary of State for the Colonies. Mr. Chamberlain has instructed Sir Jacobus A. Da Wet, the British Resident at Pretoria, to make inquiries into the state of affairs on the Rand gold-field and famish him with fall and accurate information on the subj°ct. The Minister expresses himself confident that President Kruger will remedy any legitimate grievances of the Uitlanders. At the same time he ia not inclined to credit the recent telegrams from the Rind gold-field announcing that President Kruger had proclaimed his intention of closing the mines on the ground that the commotion among tho Uitlandera was still continuing.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

- - - - Sales by Auction* ? ? , .Important Auotion Sale OB' PROPERTI ES. In the Junee, Ooolamon & Temora Districts. SATURDAY, 29th FEBRUARY, 1896. By Obdkr op the Mortgagees, T AWLISS and CO. have received instruc 3-4 tiona to sell by public auction, AT THE RAILWAY HOTEL, JUNES, Upon the above date, at 12 o'olook sharp, the following VALUABLE & HIGHLY-IMPROVED PROPERTIES, Situated within a few miles of Junee, Old Jnnee, Coolamon, and Temora Railway Stations, and comprising splendid Grazing and Agricultural £»and, Not to be surpassed in these well-known Districts :— ' ? ? ?£%? LOT1— 548 acres 2;ificfiids C.P. Land, county of Clarendon, parish of Junee, known as North Park, at prgBent occupied by Mr. 0 Frost. TWb property is situated one mile from the town pjt Junee ; is highly im '1j| proved, well watered, securely fenced and ^'conveniently subdivided, 400 acres cleared Jp' and ready for th|p plough. Splendid land, JsP 2^^ acreB °* whj|h are within the borough . .Jp' ...

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

Cfhtirch Notice 8. .. ;, . CHURCH OF ENGLAND. . ' ''- - * ' 4 I-BTTKY PARISH. ' : '-' STJKDAT, Feb. 9 -St. Matthew's, 11 a.m:. 7.30pnj. ' , ' Rev. Canon KlngBiulll; - ' , Thurgoona. II am, ? ' ?- ~ - Jlndcra, 3 p m. ?' ' .' -'.,'?-.. Brae Springs, 7.30 p m. ---' '. - ?* Hev. J. H. Chaseling. '?-_-- '?___/ COROWA PA.KIRH. '.?-'?'., 8CNDAY.Feb 9 *.VToorwat!i3, lO.!6am. ♦Howicng, 9 p m. ?Corowa, 7. SO p.m. - ? - . ? ' 8UNDAY. Feb.l6-*Mulwala,llr..m. ' ' ' j Corowa. 7.30 p m. Wednesday. Feb. 19— Corowa 73/ p.m. ' '* * Harvest Sermon. Bev. W. Clarke Hose. : * - J CORKYONG & UPPER MURRAY PARISH. SUNDAY. Feb. 9-Narirl. 11 am. Corryong, 3 p.m. Thongla, 7.30 p.m. BUND AY. Feb. 16— Berringama, 11 a.m. Cndgewa.3 p.m. (a.-3.) Corryonsr.. 7 30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 17-Eiggera 7 p.m. Key. H M. Warry. CHTIiTBRN PARISH. : SUNDAY. Feb. 9 -Chlltorn, 11 a.m. and 7.S0 p.m. ? - J Dry Creek. 8 p.m. f Thursday, Feb. 13— Barnawartha, 7.30 p.m. j Kev. i&. J. Taylor. ^BStAW'fOK PARISH. ? : 8UNDAY...

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GLENROY V. THE BATTLERS, [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

GLTSNROY V. THE BATTLERS. The following are the scores in this match :— Glbnboy. First InniDgs. Second Inniogs, 0. M'Eachern, a M'Arthur, b Bnrt 0 stumped ... ... 0 M'Au.ifiEi, o and b Burt ? 0 b. Murphy ... ... 8 Woadhouse, o and b Burt ... ... 6 o Ramsay, b Bart... 4 Asquith, c Ramsay, b Murphy ... 8 c Stratton, b Burt.., 2 Lakina, c Bartholo mew, b Bart ...12 o Ramsay, b Murphy fi A. Rial, run out ... 0 b Burt ... ... 1 M'DuDald, run out 26 b Murphy ... ... S MOracken^Murphy 6 not out ... ... 8 Portor, b Murphy... 10 runout ... ... 2 ^i'Glynn, uot oat ... 10 stumped ? 8 Musgrave, b Burt... 7 c Tyesal, b Murphy 2 Sundries ... 2 Total ... 87 Total ... 40 The Battlebb. First Ionings, Seoond Ionings. J. Bartholomew, b Lukins ? 2 c Portor, b Asquith 0 H. M'Arthur, o M'Craoken, b M'Donald ... 4 c Portor, b Asquith 0 Murphy.bM'Donald 0 b Asqaith ... 0 Burt, b M'Donald 0 b W. M'Donald ... 0 Stratton.bM' Donald 0 b J. Asqui'll ...15 Tyesal, b M'Glynn 4 b W. M'Doaald ... 6 W. D«vi9, o Port...

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TALGARNO V. TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

TALGARNO V. TALLANGATTA. These teamB met at Tallangatta on Saturday last, when a decisive drubbing was administered to the Talgarnoites, who played in nothing like their UBual form. Scores following :— Tallangatta. G. Fortescue, sen., retired ? 22 Peterkin, b J. Ellwood ? ' ... 12 Laver, st Park, b Lobban ? 20 Toms, c SymiDgton, b K. Lobban ... -„; '3 Walker, st Park, b K Lobban ^.» w ;o Warriook, b J Ellwood ... ? , 2 Grass, b J. Ellwood ? ? ... ' 5 Robins, retired... ? -7 Brown, retired ... ... . ? - ... 25 G. Fortescue, not cut ? ... 8 J. Fortescue, c W, Ellwood, b M. Park ... ' 1 Sundriea ? ... 16 Total ... ... ... ? i 121 : TALGABNO. Petereen, c Laver, b Grass ? ... 9 Symington, b G. Fortescue, sen ? 24 W. Ellwood, c Walker, b GraBS ? 1 M. Park, b GrasB ? 0 J PaTk, c and b Q. Fortescue, sen ? 12 K. Lobban, c J. Forteeoue, b G. Forteecue 6 J Ellwood, b G Fortescue, sen. ... ... 1 M. Ellwood, c Grass, b Toms ? 1 A. Lobban, b Tom9 ? 2 Richardson, o Laver, b Fortescue ? 0 Elliott ?...

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

£qaa AAA At death from Oi (X AAA 'Weekly if totally Ol)l),l)Uli accident. ..±/lO,UUU' disablea. FOR Cash Oustor Jers resolutely Free of Cost, ' fi' // ? -.??'. The advantages of In^'llranc.O-arf /so great that all would like to insure, but nuny cannot tear the expense. i- ^''r \\ ^^ MATE and Co. noisome to t%:rescue1.ap#;^flr Polioies free to all Cash Gua« tomers at their warehouse who;i-i3S5aaeTg,ve shillinss worth in any one depart* ment (grocery purchases to include at lee st lib. Of Tea. A Free Accident Insurance Policy which holds good for seven days from data of isBue will be given. eS5Q payable at deaih 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 ; but it is competent for each member of tbe family to hold one, hence the whole household can be insured. T. H. MATE and Oo Limited are the only merchants in the Albury district whs are authorised to issue the Free Insuranc...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

I.'., ., -; .- . , ,,-. Sales toy Auction. ? V ::'*$'-'' STOCK SALE. 1 -. - - . — #? ': . ' - ./ T^USDAY, FEapUARY 20, 1896. *!Ci|P« GOR||lN RnJ|cO. wii¥nold|leir usual , - -,-? ' J3p STQ^| SALgf on the abov^^te (im im|8iatelj^f||r the M)wnship AllotmetpB have ibeTSB&jJISJosejif of), iphen they will vmh some finable fj/Jf %»# HACKS, B§KUg|T, & BUdflY HOHSES, 'Which are being Be||| specially for this oale. Good ' draughts are in d||iand, and sellera and buyers should embrace tip opportunity, OATTLllf and SUNDRIES. Entries Invited. E, J, GORMAN & Co. . . Berrigan SHE j£P SALE. FRIDAY, FEBRUAjt 21, 1896. EJ. GORMAN nnd G-$Oj have received in . atrnctiona from WipfJ. Greggery, Esq., to offecjbs^8}}ic auction, pj THE-M§MISES, « 8Jp£Ta|pLLIAM ' ?Jfhalf affciljpfrom the *ownsainy^p 2 p.m, on Me above daM the fol lowing 6I$sEi]$,P : — 0 M 15^)0 4^ucifs(year o!4|Merino E«rai 1100 MerinpWean||I mM$0^ 6^6-togg|pMerinp;}jSwes (forwawcondition) 6wKjggg$tored WipperB 600 6...

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THE MASSACRE IN ARMENIA. DESPERATE FIGHTING AT ZEITOUN. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE MASSACRE IN ARMENIA. ^?' ? DESPERATE FIGHTING AT ZEITOUN. London. Februarv 3. The consular representatives of tbe powers at Aleppo, wLo have visited Zeitoun for the purpose of arbitrating between the Turks and Armenians in the district, state that desperate fighting took place before Zeitoun fell. The Turkish soldiery made neven separate attacks upon the town before they succeeded in carrying it by assault. Thev were repulsed on each occasion with immense loss. The Government of the United States have made a formal demand upon the Suitan lor reparation on account of the destruction of the American missions at Marash and Rharput. The sum of 100,000dol. (£20,000) is demanded from tbe Sultan by way of indemnity for the loss sustained. It is stated that the Turkish Government has made arrangements to raise a loan of 30,000,000 francs (£1,200,000).

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REMARKABLE SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. APPLICATION OF PHOTOGRAPHY. LONDON, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

REMARKABLE SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. _ .. . — . . v ? APPLICATION OF PHOTOGRAPHY. London, January 30. Routgan's remarkable disoovsry in photography is being used by medical men with astonishing results. The method renders it possible to see through opaque substances, and by meaDB of it gall-stones, stone in the bladder, and injuries to the hows can bo easily seen,

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CUBAN RESOURCES EXHAUSTED. LONDON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

CUBAN RESOURCES EXHAUSTED. ' London. February 4. Marshal Martinez C»mpos, tbe oom mandor-in-chief of tho Spanish troops in Cuba, whom tho Spanish Government rpcently decided to recall and supersede by General Weyler, has informed hia Govern ment that Cuba is unable to meet tho heavy expense of the war, which nmount to 800,000,000 pesetas (£12,000,000) yearly. The resources of the island are, he states, exhausted.

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THE CIVIL WAR IN CUBA. DISASTER TO THE SPANISH TROOPS. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE CIVIL WAR IN CUBA. - ? mvr ? DISASTER TO THE SPANISH TROOPS. London, February 3. Another serious disaster has befallen the Spanish troops in Cuba. The insurgent leaders Gorafz and Maceo succeeded in entrapping the Spanish army under Colonel Cmella into a position which they were unable either to escape from or successfully defend. One hundred and forty of tho Spanish soldiers were killed, and tho entire force would have been massacred but for the timely arrival of reinforcements, which enabled the troops to effect a retreat.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. Reserve Volunteer Company was for me J on~ . ;,' Saturday evening. -1 _ - Terrible cyclone and fbods reported la ',''?'''?? -*/'-'' Queensland. . = -,_?! ,]'..- A large portion of Townaville waa com- -''Y'-;': -? pletely wrecked. ?--''? In the Western diatxict ot V^ctosia some of ' ' ' the unoccupied gatehouaes on the railway have ' ' ' , been taken poeseasion of by the rabbits. - ' „ ? ~ tn the appeal case of J. C. Forater, Judge , ? ? -* Forbes upheld tbe conviction. ' : - In a fire at Auckland a man named Dominic * - Farrell was burned to daath. Raefiog at Omeo appears to be looking up. O-i Friday Redmond and party completed a crushing oi 66 tons for 185 z ^ An interesting lec'ure on rifli firing was delivered by Mg n- Bayly on Saturday evening. A man name d Thomas Gibbons was drowned at; Bfaidwood on Friday. The export butter season in V.ctoria ia now practically over. . - .' Tb.3 total exports for the season show a coo« siderable falling off, due to the dr...

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