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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

WODONQA SHIRE COUNCIL v ? Wednesday, February 5. Present — Councillors Nownan (president), M Farlane, Manns, Draper, W. Smith, H. Smith, sad Baesett, CORRESPONDBNCE. From Public Health Department, to the effect that Mr. P. W. Dreverman had been re-elected a member of the Public Health Board for the Eastern Shires Group.— Received, From Shire of Ripon, with reference to the great increase of the rabbit pest throughout the colony, and submitting that the present mode o£ dealing with the peat by means of the police is a failure, as, owing to their many o her duties, police officers cannot give sufficient time and attention to lha destruction of rabbits. It was suggested that rabbit inspectors be appointed by councils, aud the co-operation of the council was requested for that purpose.— The secretary stated that the Government had appointed inspectors, and no action was tcken. From Frederick Dunn, .public analyst, stating that he had only received one sample of drink (brandy) for the ye...

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

TQWONG SHiRE COUNCIL o ? : — The ordinary monthly meeting of the above body was held at Tallangatta on Tuesday laBt. There were preBent — Councillors Waters Cin the chair), Findlay, Lake, Paton, Reid, Johnson, Pooley, and Sutherland. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. 00BBESPONDENCE. From Secretary for Lands, informing council that Mr. J. H. Tredinnick, cf Bolga, has made application to have made allotment 1AI of sec tion X, parish of Beethang, and requesting council to be good enough to state whether there are any objections to such application being granted.— To be informed that the council object to any further reduction of the reserve. From Public Health Department, informing council that Mr. F. W. Dfevarmanu, J.P., has been re-elected member of the Board for the Eastern ShireB group of municipalities.— Received. From Secretary, Public Health Department, as follows :—' In reference to Mr. Paton 's pri vate cemetery at Yabba, I have the honor to...

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

SPECIAL MEETING. A special meeting was then held to consider applications for the enfjineership, 24 of which had beou received. After a lengthy retirement ia committee, Councillor Pooley moved, nncl Councillor Reid seconded, 'That Mr Petor Wrght be appointed engineer to Towong Shire, at a salary ti £220 per ainum ' The moiion was carried by a majority, the voting being— for — Councillors Puton, Lik'j Pooley, Reid and Sutherland ; ngainst— Council- lor Waters, Find lay and Johnson.

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ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

ST. LUKE'S CHURCH, WODONGA. ? — ^. At tho annual election of guardians, &c, of tho above church, on the 27th ult., a large num ber of subscribers was present, the minister (Mr. A, A. Wiltshire) in tho chair. A report and balance-bheet were submitted by the hon. secretary (Mr. C. T. Keam). The balance-sheet showed that all deinaads had been paid, includ ing a sura of £30 for repairs to -ho parsonage, and that there was now practically no debt. The report tspreesed (satisfaction ns tho pros perous condition of church matters generally, and contained thanks to Canon Kingsmilt ?(&.lbury) for his frequent ministrations at the church ; to Mis^ Powell, for her honorary and continuous services as organic, and to tha members of thu ch'iir. The report and balance sheet wero received. ' ? The election of guardians was than proceeded wiLli, the folloiviaf? geutlmncn being elected : — Subscribers' guardians. Messrs. VV. II.. Mou'.cier, A J. Wickham, VV. Uuon, j.in., H. Barber, J....

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BALANCE-SHEET. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

BALANCE-SHEET. BEOEIPTS. Subscriptions and donations ... £142 12 ' 0 - _ Bent of theatre ... ... ... 222 5 0 Takings in billiard room ... ... 191 12 6 Government subsidy ? .... 81 15 0 . . - Waste paper ... ? 0 14 9 Loan on mortgage ? 2800 0 0 £3438 19 3 ', ?.- ' ' - EXPENDITURE. Bank Australasia over drawn account, 1st January, 1895 ... £2680 19 1 Building nnd repairs ... £31 17 1 * Furnishings ? 17 4 1 Books and newspapers 81 6 0 Books binding ? 9 13 3 Gas ? ... 77 11 O Firewood ».. ... 6 5 0 Insurance ... ... 16 9 0 Bates ? 6 19 4 Auditors' fees ? 3 3 0 Piano repairs and tuning 8 19 6 Sundries, postage, tele' grama, &c ? ~ 1 , 9 2 Advertising & printing 4 11 3 Salaries... ...... 150 0 0 Gamm'sslon ? 27 16 6 - Interest ... ... ... 178 18 9 Law costs (Wilkinson and Wilkinson) ... 15 15 0 Dishonored cheque ... 100. ? 644 17 11 Deposit Post Office Ravings Bank ... . 100 0 0 Bank Australasia balance 13 2 3 £3438 19 3 LIABILITIES. Mortgage on building £2800 0 0 Interest...

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ALBURY MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

* r ALBURY MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ' ' -J.i ' SV \'1 ANNUAL MEETING. : * . \, ' v-* v - The annual meeting of this body was held :~ **.?'' ' on the night of 30»h ult. In the preaence of - ;; , ,, the largest gathering for a similar purpose . '- . ?'1i assembled for Borne years past. -' v - The first business was that of declaring the - „ - ' offioea of trustees vacant. ,j ' Mr. J. Wilkinson, who occupied the chair, . x , _ ^ moved a formal resolution declaring the said ? offices were vacant. , ' Mr. E. Hanson, seconded the motion, which was carried. The bnslness of the general meeting then ? . commenced. The Secretary read the minutes of the pre vious annual meeting, which were confirmed. - - The Vice-president then read the annual re . r ; port and balance-sheet aa follows :— ' ' ' ? In- presenting their annual report, your com» mittee have pleasure ia stating the institute haa fairly held its own both financially and in popu larity. During the year your committee through the .presid...

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

BY THE USE OF Ayer'8 SareapariBEa H£rs. EX. A. Cumming1, of Yarraville- Victoria, Australia, says: 'About a year ap;o, I had a severe nttaofc of Iiifluenzs, which left me very weak, with out cnei v ippt. tc or iitciesi, in life Ob tainhiK HtUo 01' no relief from doctors, or frontlieni \m lLmecUtsrtfc.Pommuidu'l tornej I f l ill trlifil A\ci s '/'lsiimillli md fiorrt th it t mo, I$eg n to g\i s health uidstiengtU« I r** / I continue!1 the tn line i mil 1 ft rlj recnvx er 1 i id i \/hi\L iij cicut 'ik inio In telling my famuli; of t .is.-: nn'i-its of Ayoi's Bar Siii«i!'!lli',, unit ihti 'nnpjiy results- of Its use. I -!0tisiilur It Die best blOod-imr Her known.' ,, ? mbiiiwmi— ?[????ii— iwiiiiiiwwiiiwimiiiiiwmBOlffWllll—ll n— im^TMT— 1

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GERMANTON PASTURES AND STOCK PROTECTION BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

GERMANTON PASTURES AND STOCK j PROTECTION BOARD. A meeting of Lirge Stock Directors was held in the stock r ffice, Gsrmanton, on Friday, - 31st January. Present — Messrs. John Ross i (chairman), James Bruce, J. W. E Heriot, F. Morgan, and G. S. R. Gi'obs. The minutes of list meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From tho department, sayiug that £24 124. 11 1., subsidy for 1894, had been placed to tbe credit of the board. From Mrs. Oostelloe, of Talmalmo, re soalpsi also a declaration enclosed. Proposed by Mr. G. R. Gibbs, seconded by Mr. J. W. E Heriot, that the board cannot entertain Mrs Costelloe's application. — Carried. F.om W. H. Ssammel re F. Mallar, of Kbancoban.— Received, and the secretary authorised to write the amount off the books. Fiom the department and also from tha -tock board, Moree, re a 'tax on stalliona.' ProDoepd by Mr. F. Morgan, seconded by Mr. J W E H»riot, that with reference to circular No. 435 from the department, referring to the registration o...

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CABLEGRAMS. GREAT BRITAIN'S FOREIGN RELATIONS. IMPORTANT SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

~ CABLEGRAMS. , GREAT BRITAIN'S F03E1GN RELATIONS. ' IMPORTANT SPEECH BY LORD SALISBURY. London, February 1. A very important speech has bean de livered by the M.uquis of Salisbury when addressing a Non-coDfjrmist deputation which urged the Government; to take more active measures on behalf of ths perse cuted Armei.iiar.3. The Prime Minister denied that Eng land was bound to go to tha length of fighting on behalf of the Armenians, although ho admitted that the horrors and atrocities committed by the Turks in Asia Minor \Vsre a? ba;i as those perpetrated by the great Tartar conqueror Tamerlane. He doubted whether the Sultan had ordered the massacres and outrages. 'None of the European powers wished to occupy Armenia, as they preferred to rely on the prestige and goodwill of the SuHan to remedy the misgovernniautin that country. Individual action by any one of the powers would ba productive of terriblo calamities. Lord Salisbury state.l lint the Unionist party wou'd strongly support t...

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ALBURY BREWING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

ALBURY BREWING GOMPANY. ? ?vr ? The half-yearly meeting of this company was held on Friday evening. Mr. G, A. Thompson occupied tfce chair, the other members present being Messrs. Billson, Gleeson, Clark, La GoezIou, Dwey, Cooper, GJvin, lay ton, O. Schmiedt. Tbe interim report showed an ad dition of j£600 to the contingent liability re serve fund, and provision for dividend at the rate of 5 per cent. A sum of iJ400 bad been written off for had and doubtful deblp, and £277 was carried forward. The auditors' re- port was also read. The latter rt commended the writing down of the working plant account. The chairman said the woik cf the half-year had been highly satisfactory, and the company would, he felt sure, be soon In a really excel lent position. A good deal had been done in the matter of writing down a good many ac oun-g, la point of fact, 1^ per cant, bad been written off land and buildings and 5 per cent off plant. In spite of this, however, the suggestion ot the auditors woul...

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

? Coach g'acf orieaB _ T-EOPLE in WANTof any Cheap WAGGONS, JL DRAYS, snd BUGGIES will do well to call and inspect G DALLINGEK and Oo.'s STOCK before purcShafing elsewhere. G. D. and Co. are now prepared to ofier any article at EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES foT CASH ; and are also prepared io deal with Customers on Jp-6t Ij^ral snd favorable and terms for tim^paymet|t, Any kind of Yehicle wanted andjpiot o# stock can be maie up oa the 8hojJSest n/plce. We would draw your attention tofthe^ijr'ge and varied stack on the premises, s||§SW Mus.omers^Cipfrely on having 8easoiied timber putjjn^jgjssSryiinG or order given Beiag direct impor&ifsln almost every line, and buying for cash, we can give the customer the best advantage of securing any article on most libew.1 terms, or make a very large discount for cash. Special attention is directed to G. Dsllinger and Co.'s new Patent Convertible Single and Double Buggy. Repairs neatly executed at very low.priops. and HorReshoeing done on pre...

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

'Wanted,, „& 'ft/«~I8B MACN^MAB.RA'3 Registry Office, 9k JLVJL Olive-strG#.-?jf/ANTSI), all kinds of '^?^ Domestic Servaiife^&HJi&ssied' Couples and Governesses. All country applications most have enclosed with thorn one shilling's worth of stamps for correspondence. RS. LAWSON'S KEGISTRY OFFICE, SmolIett-stffet.—|?ANTED, all kinds of Domestic Servant!^ ^aljSg Married Couples and Governesses. All cduntry^gpJi^|iaR8-must have enclosed with them one shilling's worth of Btarops for correspondence. ? ^_ MES. BURTON'S BEGISTKY OFFICE, Kiewa-street (jnst below the Hose Hotel). WANTED, all kindl o£.|Domeatic Servants, Married Couples, an-|lG£$%e8see. All country applications must hav^enclSssd^j|b^J;JieHi one shilling's worth of stamps for correspondence. Terms moderate. Also, a respectable House for young girls awaiting situations. MBS. HOPPER'S REGISTRY OFFICE FOB SERVANTS, Ncfl,Selle's Terrace, Olive street. — Wanted all M6ds/1gf|Domestic Servants, male and female...

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LITERATURE. A FAVORITE FREE TRADE FALLACY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

LITERATURE. A FAVORITE FREE TRADE FALLACIT. - From a recent lecture delivered on the ^ Border we extract the following : — * '' A favorite free trade phrase was, ' Oat imports have to be paid for by our exports;' - 'l therefore we must increase exports to enable _ ^ * us to pay our import account.' In this there was nothing said about the desirability ~ -? of doing anything we eould to buddIv our S local requirements by means of our own industry in order to decrease our imports. The right of our own people to increase their profits by applying their (killed labor to raw products, was cynically resented by the free traders. Englishmen in England were graciously allowed this right, but Englishmen in Australia were only good ~ enough to supply raw material for the em* ployment of skilled workmen of other nations. Surely our race had not been depreciated by being transplanted in anew country. Then, as it took from £4 to £10. worth of raw m aterial to purchase £ 1 worth of manufactured a...

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

4|&re now Offering t-te' 'i-~-w- v / nPTTTVTTT1 'DT A 'Rt /PfcQ T^°V fPWP VF A 'O JL U -LN Hi jrl£LM \J&- J& X 1 xLJu X iiiiLi^. (Three Times for 3Os.) Persona desirous of Making this Arrangement, please write to Paling's Representative, At Local Post Office, to call, or write direct to Head Office, Sydney^

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DAFT BET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

DAFT BET. ,: I ? * — — ? ? ' - I '? Mincstedde famous for ye fljwre gar* M dena ; infamous fcr ye fayre.' That 18 mm how an old chronicler sums up the charac- ?§ ter of the village. The flower gardens . M remain unto this diy ; so does the fair. k| Bat the fame of the one and the infamy of Jffi the other have long been merged in a fl| decent obscurity, Minchstead has, indeed,- w shared the fr.ta of a hundred different villages. It has succumbed to an age o£ railways. Formerly, Londoners nsed to- visit Minchstead for a change of air. They then took aa long raaching it by coach or postchaise as they now take over a railway j'mrney to Sn. Leonards or Eastbourne; Bath chairs and donkey chaises were quit© abundant on Miocbstead Common then; Children and nurses thronged it. It-was a lopular savins in the place that the 'seven a'rs met there '—meaning thereby, seven iistinct- characters of atmosphere. How chat numbpr was arrived at is scarcely obvious. Bab at any rate, tha common .vas, and...

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

J Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller, an^t}ptician9 watches|i4S&^we|lery &h & repaired ON THE 6I10RTE,£T NOTICB'^AT MOSCDP-To/jATB PRICES. ? »f ? ?-- ^ -- i- f* ? BY EVERY ENGLISH MAIL. Spectacles scientifically adjusted to any sight, and sight tested free of charge. 43- NO C05NSCT10S WITH ANY OTHER SEOP IN THE DISTRICT,

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THE STORYTELLER. THE QUEEN OF THE SOUTH. CHAPTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE STORYTELLER. THE QUEEN OF THE r . v SOTTTH; r;V -.-'?/ - CHAPTER XXXir. , ?_ l '- The reador may conjecture in what state \ .* -'_ 'of exhaustion and terror Augustus Pophly . ? \ rregained the house at Charlton. ~ He ran all the way; but lost his road ?half-a-dozen times, and regained it as often ?smerely by chance. The cry of murder ►continued to resound in his ears in super natural accents. A fiend, with livid visage - - t-nnd streaming meteor hair, seemed to ipursue him on the wind, yelling the dread 1ful word into hia brain. He might be considered as ono bereft of Ihis senses for awhile. Without weighing '?what effect his disordered appearance would ' - produce, he rushed into the parlor where the family were assembled. Caroline Sidney lay, to. all outward ob servation, insensible on a sofa ; but Julia, who held her by the hand and frequently pressed her kind and sisterly lips to her lot and throbbing brow, perceived but top -well even such relief was denied to the rmaiden's...

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

AjLo uJ)A &\J k™,iLJjL^K\A*3p Silver-plate, Cutlery, 815 and 817 GEORGE ST. (oPP. Railway station). SYDNEY. Watch if^f^ Repairs if™ Guaranteed \Wtfi ?\ Watch it) ftyj Repairs W HI ah it |T Post Short-wind Keyless, 1B/- ; extra quality, 20/ . Silver Key or Keyless, Jcwelle.l, 2/-/-. Strong } Silver Lever, Jewolled, 2/10/-. .Superior Kevless or Key English Lever, 3/1 J/-, 4/-/- ; hand-finished, 4/10/-, 6/-/-, 6// ?/?/-. 8/-/-. All guaranteed. I II Solid Gold Chains, Single or Double, 3/-/-, 3/10/-, 4-/-/-, 4/10/-, 5// 15 c. Solid Gold, 6/10/', 6/-/., 6/10/-, 7/-/-, 8/0, 10/-/- Pure Sil^f, 10/-, 12/6, 16/-, 20&| Ml HP Ladies' Short-wind Keyless, 20/-. Silver Hunting Keyless, 2/-/-, 2/10/ 3/-/-. Solid Gold Keyless, 4/-/-, 6/-/-. Superior Quality, 6/-/-, 7/-/-, 8/-/-, 10/-/-. All guaranteed. 0 o. Solid Gold LinkB, 15/6. 16 o. Gold Links. 32/6. Larger, 36/-. 2/-/-. Silver, 4/-, 6/-. 9 o. Solid Gold Bar, any name, 7/1/ &? Extra strong ,, „ tO/v, r 15 c. Gold ,,^-j, ...

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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The following is a summary of advertisement* which appear for the first time in this issue :— Chiltern races 20th and 2 1st March ( land tot sale at CondoboHn ; balance Bheet of Germanton Stock Board ; Messrs. W. H. Paling nnd Co. tune pianos by the year ; Berrigan show 19th February ; public meeting at Urana j Wang a* ratta horse sale 14ih February; Corowa races 13th March ; municipal election to morrow ; Mr. 4Q| T. Molloy advertises cheap groceries ; cheap feres to Sydney 14th February ; Sheppartoa horse sale 11th February; Howlong race club holds meeting of subscribers 11th February ; Mr, M. Palm of the City Dental Company visits Albury 19th and 20oh February j tenders invited for municipal works ; Messrs. A. A. Piggin aad Co. pell horses at Coiowa l^th February ( Glenair Ladies' School reopens 14th February { Druid's gala and art union ; tenders for road* works ; tenders for grazing land ; Wodonga shire invite tenders for worka ; Mr. A. Hore ap« plieo for win...

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GOOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB ACCEPTANCES. FEBRUARY 12 and 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

COOTAMUHDRA TURF CLUB ACCEPT' ANCES. February 12 and 13. Mr. J. Price, the handicapper, should feel well plea ed at the acceptances for the Cootfttntindra Cud, to be run for on Wednesday next. Twenty, one have accepted. The following is a list of acceptors : — COOTAMUNDRA CUP. One mile and three furlonga. St. lb st.lb- Music ... ... 10 4 Robin ? 7 8 TRranaki ... 9 10 Kinderspiel ... 7 7 Escapade ... 9 5 Haste to the Tricolor . ... 8 6 Wedding ... 7 5 Redavni. ... 8 2 Rosebery ... 7 4 Hiram ... ... 8 2 Lady Prcebe ... 7 O Orient ? 8 0 Honeydew ... 6 10 Early Morn ... 8 0 Miss Gladstone 6 10 Elton ? 7 12 His Grace ... 6 7 Oatspaw . .„ 7 10 Eradne . ... 6 7 Ganmain ... 7 9 Burrang'ng Queen 6 7 HURDLE BAOE. Two miles. ? , st. lb. Bfc.lbv Raillery ... 11 9 Goldduet ... 9 7 Goldleaf ... 11 2 Honeydew ... 9 8 Hiram ... ... 10 5 Killarriey ... 9 p Mountaineer ... 9 12 Widgiewa ... 9 0 Belfast ? 9 9

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