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JUNEE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
JUNEE RAGING CLUB. The following are the nominations for the two principal events to ba run on 19th and 20th. February :— ' JUNEE CUP. One and a quarter mile?. Orient Ganmain Kinderapiei Token Catspaw Early Mom Escapade Goldstein Pretender Mascoura Lady PLceba Marshal Niel, Mimosa ? CLARENDON HANDICAP. One mile. Orient Catspaw * Austin Token L*dy PhoaSe Lux Efcapade Kinderspiel Pretender Suns'.roke May Day The Boss Tailor Mabel Early Morn Marshal Niel Mimosa Una Led Astray. Ganmain Acceptance on night of general entry, Tues day, 18th February, by 9 p.m. T. C Hchphbys, Hon. Secretary.
SECOND DAY—WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
Second Day.— Wednesday, February 6. The attendance was much larger to day, the weather being warm, and the racing interesting. Results : — Hurdle Race. — Mountaineer, 1 ; Raillery, 2 ; Golddust, 3. Hiram was favorite, but waa beaten at the last. Flying Handicap.— Pretender, 1 ; Lux, 2 1 Palotta, 3. Handicap —Honeydew, 1 ; Konning, 2; Sun stroke, 3. Won by two lengths. Sunstroke waa flret favorite at 2 to 1 sgainst. Weltbb Handicap.— FUz-Avenal, 1 ; Tatter, sail, 2 ; Hickamora, 3 Farewell Handicap — Mastertop, 1 ; Mes« senger, 2 ; Burrangong Queen, 3.
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The returns of revenue and expends ture for the December quarter of the current financial year have been pub lished. The approximate statement issued at the beginning of the month gave the revenue as £562,704, but tW revised figures show that it was £565,923-, ? irrespective of £93,000 paid to revenue on Treasury bills account in conaec'.ipii with the deficit of 1894-5. As compared with the coi'respocdinff Quarter of t.h«. previous year the receipts increased £L05,574 and the expenditure decreased. £11,471. At no season of the year perhaps are rab bits more plentiful than they are at tbe pre sent lime, juat before simultaneous action is taken throughout the oouth-easb part of South Australia for their destruction. The South-eastern Star says: — ' One of the spols at which they are more numerous than elsewhere is near the Bay-road, on, this side of the Beilum. The rabbits fairly swarm in the paddocka adjacent; to- ' the road, and aa the fences on each side are wire n...
BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
BRITISH AND FOREIGN!. .John is the most common Christian v aiame in England. . The only European monarch whoBe life is not insured is the Czar. The death is announced otSir^ Joseph Barnby, the eminent musical boiriposer and organist, aged 57 years. Tom Cannon, the jockey, was once paid £15,000 in advance a9 a retainer upon his. advices for three years by Mr. Abingtoa. TvVere it not for the multitude of Btorks that throng to Egypt every winter there Would be no living in the country, tor After every inundation frogs appear in most incredible numbers. . The blood flows almost as easily through the bones as through the flesh of very 1 - young children, but as age comes on the ? ? blood ve-sels in the bones are almost filled by the deposition of matter. -A disastrous fire occurred last week at the Royal Cambridge Hall of Varieties, J36 Commercial-strett, Bi-hppsgate, Lon ' \'don. All attempts to check the progress . -' of the flameB proved unavailing, and the .. ? 'building was complere...
NEWS IN BRIEF. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
'HEW8 IN BRIEF. ? HEW SOUTH WALES. A laborer at Picton -was charged with vagrancy and took the accusation so much to heart that he suicided. The Narrabri Graziers' Association on Saturday decided to pav 20s. per. 100 for hand and 17s. per 100 for machine shearing. The cane crop? on the Clarence, al though checked by the dry weather, are | now looking splendid, and never gave bet si ter promise at this time of the year. i The prisoner J. F. Johnson, who was f[ sentenced to three years' imprisonment : for perjury committed in connection with ; the Butler divorce suit, was released from ;| prison on Saturday. d A. telegram from Noumea on Saturday i states that M. Aubertin, an old resident \\ proprietor in one of the suburbs of that '? town, waa murdered on Friday night, V-. being stabbed in tea places. The mur \\ derer is unknown. i\ The Labor members are now feeling 1} the lash of the Political' Labor, League '??'\ representatives in conference. The eoli v daridea are savagely critici...
VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
VICTORIA. An insolvent who filed his schedule in Melbourne on Friday thus enumerated his assets : — One sow and seven- young, £1 ; one brown horse, 10s. A crushing of 66 tons from the All Gold mine at Sheep Station Creek, owned by Richmond, and par fcy^ has yielded 183oz.l2dwt. of retorted gold. - Income Tax schedules will be received up to 29th February. The assessment will be announced on March 31, and tbe date of payment is fixed for April 20. 'With the thermometer registering 114 degrees ia the ehade, Mr. W. Frayne, eenr., of Nhill, in one .day received and weighed in 1285 bags of wheat. He must be a human salamander. A deputation of unemployed waited upon the Hon. Mr. Foster, , at king that work be found for them. He replied that no money was available for other works than those in progress. The Lutherans at Nhill are having a great row over tbe possession of the key of their church, valued at 5s., one man holding it ref using to give it up to the trustees;. Two lawyers engaged...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
'' ???III— ?W.flfi.'.W.'lii.f ? 1.II.M.L..I.1... ? ? ? »?? ,..!?-., , . ! ..I!!,', , . ggj HEAD OFFICE— LONDON. II^|oKPORATED 10th MAY, 1894. CAPITAL AUTHORISED ??? M - - «. * ' ??? £3,900,000. . O ' LIBEBAL CASH?' AiSVAHfjJfeS 0 JT JpftfL, G-BAIN, &c AUCTION SALES OF WOOL E#i| TpSSDif AMD SATpDAY^BOjpOUT THE SEASON. _ ? ' ?' ? All Proceeds of Prod&se-Paid into'S 'Consignment Trust Acjfmnt, out of ^Sich Owners are Paid. . REMOVAL OF GRAIN' BTTTIEjt. Each, owner's consignment is stored by itself, and can be inspected (g up to date of Sale. |f AUCTION SALES EVERY WEDNESDA\# ? ? ? ? sg__ WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES : gQyjH KENSINGTON. 'We have completed arrangements whereby constituents can store in bond at oar Warehouses, in M- lbcurne, all grain consigned to our care. Three month's FREE STORAGE on all Grain received into Store on ox* before 31st March. I OFFI0ES: COLLINS STREET W., MELBOURNE. -s _ ^^ _1JM_m. ffiListtii stool scores, ieuourne, - WOOL # GflSffiT*' S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
--?r'- Gh F. SUGDEW will SCtFtXK WOOL at Id. per It). Winner of the Mrst and Second Prizes, and also the Centennial Gold Medal, for the Best '.,.'- Scoured Wool at the Sydney Exhibition. - : Wool coming by Train to Narandera and Corowa Railway Stations will be taken delivery of and redelivered at said Railway Stations FREE! OF ADDITIONAL CHARGE. . Trade Addresses. ? ?-I \' T. GREEHFIELD, Also at WOD&NGA ':6i--osite Bambriclrff v*\ Zj-dteli v^'-- .---???* '' ^ MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, RAIL INGS, TABLETS, &c, ERECTED in Cemeteries and Churches, Inscriptions Cut, and - - - general repairs done. Designs and Estimates : - - free of charge, ; ' ? HUME FOUNDRY ALBUE3T. ? . /\ ? fj Tr^NGINEERRjijillw^'j'hts, Boilermakers, and Jui Kngihe-si^W ^Awmill, Ftourmill, and Agricultural MacbftieryV-,, Cjontr^f libra supplied ' . . with Girders, Columns, Yc&audsh,' Castings, &c, Horaeworka in stock. CHARLES LAMPITT, Manager HELM BROS., GENERAL BLACKSMITHS & BUGGY...
DESTRUCTIVE F[?]RE AT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
DESTRUCTIVE F RE AT HAY. ^ ^ I A destruc.ive tiw occurred early on ' 1 Monday morning, wh n the )a'rce store of I Permewan, Wright, and Co. Limited was I burnt- to the ground with all its contents. 1 Besides a quantity of- ejeneral good*, I the store contained 1000 bags of chaff I and a quantity of w'^eat and barlev be- 1 longing to Mr. II. M. ftl'Clure. The 1 flame.-' epiva I to the house ot Me. Browne, I the manager, which was alsi destroyed, 1 the furniture only being saved. The I general stock was insure 1, but tha wheat . ? ' i aud barley aud some of tha machinery I were.uot. The firo brigade resigned in a 1 body last Fritl.iy, and so. there wero no I moans of : fighting t'.e fire successfully. I The loss. of prep jrty is very heavy. i
A LUCKY MINING SPECULATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
A LUCKY MINING SPECULATOR. I Mr. R. Lavery, of ' Warrnambool, who I wast very fortuna'e ou tho West Aua- I trulian goldfioids, has started on a trip to 1 tha old country. It is on'y 12 months r, since he 1 ft for tho £o!d-fi\-.lrts, and no [? was one of the few who oiseovered a rich ivof early in his prcspootiug tt ur, by.. ' which ho and his ma'ea netted something, like £30,000, whila etill retaining a large interest in tho property. Lavory, who lrtl Vr.niTnr.tnbo:.'! oa fnturdsy, u ill bo acjt»-nj-:-uicrl on his tour by two of hig unites from the West;, .-?.'-... i
THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY, The Anthropological Society of Austra lasia continues to make vigorous progress.: A few days ago Sir Frederick M. Darley became president of the society. We learn that Dr. Carroll (the manager) and Mr. Wentwor h Buckuell (the secretary) are continually receiving communications from all parts of Australasia : but we are informed that the thing most striven' for at present is the issuing of a monthly journal of the society's trausaclioas, and then tho communications received could be printed. As showing the inter* sb taken in thig society ia other. colonies, it may be mentioned that Lord Brasses, the Governor of Victoria, has written inti mating his wil ingness to become a patton of this soe'efy. . ? ' ^,:::-
MURRUMBURRAH TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
? ? ' ? -— ? ? d MURRUMBURRAH TURF CLUB. The annual meeting of the above club com* - -' menced on Tuesday, 4th February, in fine weather, The racing was of an interesting de scription, the fields being large. Results: — Opening Handicap.— Lux, 7 12, 1 ; Pallotta. 7.4, 2 ; Sunshade, 6 12, 3. Six smarted. Haeden Handicap. — Tricolor, 9.0, 1 j Cata paw, 8 4, 2 ; Koselle, 6 12, 3. Town Plate.— Sunstroke, 7.5, 1 ; Mabel, ? - 6.7, 2 ; Honeydew, 7.2, 3. Won by a length. Nine started. Disposal Stakes —Remission, 8 5, 1 ? Gold, 8.12, 2; Tattersall, 8.12, 3. ' - ' ? Railway Handicap — Oatspaw, 9.2, 1 ; Mes senger, 8 5, 2 j RoBelle, 7.2, 3. ? - -* ?','?
CYCLONE IN QUEENSLAND. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
CYCLONE It! QUEENSLAND. Brisbane, Friday. News from Townsville gives particulars of tetr.fic gales which have raged there. The wind blew persistently from the south, for a couple of days, accompanied nt times with heavy rain, which under the ii flaence of tbe galo, found its way into houses hitherto con sidered absolutely weatherproof. During Saturday afternoon a very high sea was running, and as it rose the wavea broke over the eastern end of the jetty and at times n ached the head of the western breakwater. Between 6 and 7 o'clock on Sunday morning tbe bey presented aa alarming appearance. L\rge waves wore beating upon the beach, and fre quently covering 500ft. to 600ft. of the eastern jetty. Several c'.tizans met with their deathe, the saddest case beiug the drowning of Mrs. Grim man, Mrs. Rjwe and her two daughters, aged 16 and 11 respectively, Mrs. Hunt and her in fant, and a boy named Willie Wallace. All these unfortunate people were upset from a boat which was rescuing them f...
STATION PRODUCE. THE UNION MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO, LIMITED. MELBOURNE, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
STATION PRODUCE. THE UNION MORTGAGE AND AGENCY CO, LIMITED. Melbourne, January 30. Sheepskins,— Our quotation* are ;— Butchers' green lambskins to 3a each, butchers' green pelts from Is 9d to 2a each (a few lots realising higher flgureB), boiling-down and butchers' dry pelts, good from Is 6J to Is 9d each (a few extra lots to higher pticeB), medium from Is to Is 3d each, inferior 3d to 01 each and from 31 to 3}d per lb, other sorta from 1}1 to 2Jd per lb. Hides,— Our quotations, are t-^Butohers' green ox hide3, light If d to 2d per lb, average 2d to 2Jd, heavies 3d to 4d ; green cows lf-l to 2d per lb ; Victorian salted, heavy 3d to 3Jd per lb, extra heavy and stout picked hides realising up to 4£d, light salt 2|d ; kip 2Jd to 2£d per lb ; New Zaaland up to 4.Jd per lb ; calf skinB, if free from cuts and light, to 2Jd per lb, inferior lots and heavies from 2d to 2jd. Tallow.— Quotations are :— Prime mutton to £19 10s per ton, prime mixed to £18, medium £17, if in shipping order, odd...
SYDNEY MARKET. TUESDAY, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
SYDNEY MARKET. Tuebday, February 4. At the Homebush fat stock eale3 yesterday 16,477 sheep were penned. The market opened very firm to a good attendance of buyers. Quo tations : — Prime crossbred wethers, a few 9a 6d ; medium crossbred wethers, 5s 9d to 6s 5 lambs, 4s 9d to 6s 6d ; prime merino wethers, 8s 6d to 9s ; good ditto, 7a 6d to 83 ; medium, 63 63 to 6s ; others from 3s 8d ; good crossbred ewes, 6s 5d to 7s ; medium, 6s 3d to 6s ; good merino ewea to 5s 4d j medium ditto, 43 to 4s 6d j in ferior from 33 4d ; best lambs, 6j 6d to 7a ; good, 5s 6d to 6s 5 medium, 3s 6d to 4s 6d, 1732 cattle were yarded. Competition to wards the finish was extremely dull and prices low for all descriptions. Quotations :— Prime yards of bullocks, £6 to £6 Is ; good, £5 to £5 10s ; medium, £3 to £4 10s j inferior bullocks and steers, from 27s ; prime yards of cows, to £4 8a ; good, £3 Is to £3 15s ; medium, £2 6s to £2 15s; inferior cowa and heifers, from 14s; calves at proportionrte rates,
THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO. LIMITED. MELBOURNE, Febuary 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MER CANTILE AGENCY CO. LIMITED. Melbourne, Febuarv 5. Sheepskins. — We quote :— Butchers' and free zing pelts, Is 3d to 2a 4d ; lamb skins, Is 9d to 3s each ; lainb^ pelts, 91 to Is2d each ; dry lamb skins, Is to 23 3J each, or 31 to 4Jd per lb ; do pelts, 6d to la each ; butchers' dry Bkins, 3j to 5s each ; good dry skins, merino, 4Jd to 5Jd per lbj do, crossbred, 4$ 1 to 5 Jd per lb ; inferior, cross bred and merino, 2d to 3J i per lb ; full-woolled Queensland skins, up to 6^1 per lb; dry pelts, 9d to 2a each ; dry peltB, 2J1 to 3J3 per lb ; in ferior, l^.i to 2d per lb. Hides. —We quote : — Green ox hides (extra heavy), 3d t) 4£d per lb, medium 2Jd to 2£d per light l£d to 2d, green cow hides If 1 to 1 $ 1 per lb, calf skins up to 2Jd psr lb, j earling calf* skins 2Jd per lb ; New Zialand hides (heavy) 3Jd to 4d per lb, do light 2d -o 3d per lb ; Victorian kip hides 2d to 2£ 1 per lb, do Baited hides 21 to 2|d per lb. do extra heavy 3d to 3Jd per lb.
DALGETY AND CO. LIMITED. MELBOURNE, February 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
DALGETY AND CO. LIMITED. Melbourne, February 5. Tallow. — In the local market offerings are not heavy, and prices generally show a small im provement We quote :— Prime mutton £19 10s to £19 15a por ton, medium mutton £18 15s to £19 per ton, prime mixed £17 15 to £18 5a per ton, medium mixed £17 10s to £17 lfis per per ton, inferior and faulty lots £14 10s to £16 per ton, tins and oddments £13 to £14 per ton. Sheepskins — We quote: — Butchers' pelts Is 3d to 2s 6d each, do lambs' hoggets Is 91 to 3s 3d, do pelts Sd to 19 4d, butchers' dry skins 33 6d to 5a, do superior to 5s 6-i, do lambs Is 6J to 2s 91, pelts 91 to 2s, lambs' pelts 7d to la 21. Country Skins — Merino, good to superior 4Jd to 6£d per lb, crossbred, good to superior, fine 4Jd to 5|d per lb, do coarse 4Jd to 5d per lb, full wools, heavy and inferior 31 to 41 per lb, pelts, sound and well cared for 2d to 3Jd per lb, in ferior and weevily Jl to ljd per lb. Hides. — We quote :— Butc':ers' green ox, extra prime heavies (pi...
YOUNCHUSBAND AND CO.'S REPORT. WODONGA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
YOUNGHUSBAND AND CO.'S REPORT. Wodonga Market. Younghusband and Co. Ltd, report having held their usual fortnightly sale of fat a'd store stock at their Wodonga yards on Tuesday. 4th February, when they yarded 52 head of fat cattle and 90 stores, to a good attendance of buyers. Fat cattle were well represented, being of very nice quality and high weights. Best bullocks £4 133 to £4 I63, £4 5s to £4 11s, and medium from £3 to £3 I81. Best cows £3 10s to £3 15a, only a few forward. Calves 343. The bulk of the store cattle consisted of young steers from 2 years to 2£ year?, only a few bul locks yarded. Bullocks Bold at £3 2a, and steers 40s to 45s. At above rates we sold drafts for Messrs. Cardwell, Street, Backhans, Jtffjott, Jury, Haire, M'Geoch, M'Coy, M/Farlane, Ivere, Nichols and Foster. Next Sale— February 18.