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MELBOURNE MARKET. TUESDAY, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

MELBOURNE MARKET. Tuesday, February 4. Fat Sheep.— 21,000 yarded. Prim? croBsbred wetheis, from 9s 6d to 11s ; a few extra at 12s 6d ; good crossbred wethers, from 7s 6J to 83 6d ; prima crossbred ewes, from 7s 6i to 8s 6d ; a few extra from 9s 6d to 10s 6 J ; good cross bred ewes, from 5s 6d to 7s j Drime merino wethers, from 7a 9d to 98 ; good do do, from 6s 3d to 7s ; second and lighter do do, irora 4s 95 to 5s 9d ; inferior do do, from 4s ; prime merino ewes, from oi 61 to 69 ; second do do, from 4s to 58 j inferior, from 2a. Fat Lambs.— 8000 were penned, consisting chi- fly of middling descrip tions, with a fair proportion good and prime. The demand was not quite so active, but late rates were about miiataioed. Prime sold at from 7s to 83 6d ; extra to 9s 6d j sec: nd sold at from 5s 6d to 63 6d ; prime (shorn), from 6s 91 to 7s ; second (shorn), from 4a 6i to 5s 61 ; others, from 2s 6d. Wednesday, February 5. Fat Cuttle— 1540 yarded, Quotations:— Prime pens of bullocks, from £...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALTER WHITEHEAD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

WALTER WHITEHEAD'S REPORT. Walter Whitehead reports (by favor of the Minister for Lands) having held a sale by auction on the 25.h ult. in the Court-house, Tocumwal, of town allotments. There was a good attendance, and bidding was brisk for some Bights. I sold 23 blocks from £5 to £40. Privately I sold on account Mr. W. Crowe, his racehorses, Amateur and Tburim, for a high cash figure ; also, on account Mr. J. Fulton, Woraamura station, hid well-known, prize-taking, weight carrying hackney. Gambler, to Mr. Gideun Telford, of Collendina station, at a satis factory figure I have given delivery of 3000 sheep for different owners. Weather dry, feed scarce.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ROSEWOOD. MONDAY, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

ROSEWOOD. (PBOM OUB OWN OOKBE3PONDENT ) Monday. February 3. On Friday, the 24th ult., a very heavy thunder Btorm passed over this district, doing a great deal of damage and also some good. The wind was bo strong that in many places it liter ally blew down all before it j trees that have stood many severe galeo were uprooted, and in some cases actually taken clean away f -r some yards, while the ground was strewn for miles with the tops and limbs of trees broken -:ff, while all 'fences, bouses, end standing crop?, in the coarse of the storm, Buffered severely. The 1 . lightning also was very vivid and'close, as here Bhd there one can see a tree that has been struck ; Bern a large dead trees were split from the top to the ground, and even in the ground, others with a great slice taken out of the side of the trunk, arid, in one instance, notwithstanding the heavy tain, I saw a tree that was split open to the ground, alight alnut three feet up, unmistakably ect fire to by the lightning....

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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APPLICATIONS FOR LAND. HAY LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. HOMESTEAD SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

APPLICATIONS FOR LAND. v ? ? ??— ? HAY LAND OFFICE. Thursday, January 30.. homestead selection, Wm. Wynn OrosB, 528 Ja, Hay feouth.

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WAGGA WAGGA LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, JANUARY 30. CONDITIONAL PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

WAGGA WAGGA LAND OFFICE. . ? Thubsday, January 3o. ,-V CONDITIONAL PDBdHASH. Robert Henry, 143 a 2r, Eindra. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS. Chas Demmery, 80a, Elliott May Demmery, 80a, do. There being two applications for thia block, a ballot was held, resulting as above.

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

SPECIAL Area Appraisements —A Board for the revision of special area valuations was held on Tueeoay at Wogga. In most csaeo tbr valuation. vto9 wducod from £% to £1 103* pet

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

PRESBYTERIAN. ? -*»^ ALBURY. The annual meeting of the Presbyterian Church was held on Monday evening, the Rev. D. Smith in the chair, Mr. F. Heath, secretary, read the balance- sheet, ohowiog that the debt of £103 owing at the end of 1891 had been reduced at the end of 1895 to £'23. The report recorded an increase of attendance and interest in church work. The repoit and b ilanee-oheet were re ceived and adopted. The nominations for the committee of management exceeding the vacan cies, a ballot will bo taken on Sunday, 16 h inst. Messrs. E. Hsath and J. F. Boadle were re e'ected auditors. The resignation of Mr. J. Wilkinson as trustee of the church lands was re ceived f-.nd.a vote of thanks was carried to Mr. Wilkinson for valuable services rendered during his term of office, Very satisfactory progress was reported in connection with the Sunday school.

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

GERMANTO'ST. The annual meeting of this congregation waa held on Friday last, January 31, in the churcb, to receive the various reports and balaoca-sheet for the year 1895. The mioieter, tho Rev. Alex. M'Kinlay, presided, and briefly referred to tbe business that would be submitted to them, which he was pleased to say was of a highly satisfactory character. He read tbe statement of the session which showed progress in every department. The report of the Sunday School wa9 read by Mr. B. G M Englehardt (the superintendent) There was an inarensa in the number both of teachers und scholium, and tbe average attendance was very sarisfactory. Tbe children had col lected for missionnry and other purposes the suna of £9 10s. Mr. Walter Haynes bad been ap pointed librarian, and many excellent books were in circulation for the improvement of the children Mr. John Ross, J P., proposed the adoption of the report, and moved a votejof thanks to the superintendent, warmly complimenting Mr. and Mr?....

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

.. Prapery and Clothing. -? . llLBi ILIall uIluUIIul ' t , ' r ? T ? \ : .'-?'. ?»?« ' ?' - The DUTIES having been '' . repealed, our PRICES are pro ;'.''.;_ . portionately LOWER, rightaway and all round. STOCK IN HAND and STOCK TO ARRIVE, all at ? ANTHONY HflRPERN'8 Fjfec^adffi P$ices«, ORDER THR|uG^¥tlC^T, and take adv#itage of the new state of thpigs, as specially emphasised ty = ...,.. HAYMARKET WL\ SYDNEY Intensive Clearing Sale. As we have a large Assortment of SUMMER GOODS. Which we wish to CLEAR to make room for our WINTtR STOCK, We intend to qffjp ibe public our well-assoited J08§k STICK, compridrg— fm$ m^. a r o c e R y, Boots^roc^^^^^jicy Goods, ' At RiDicuLOuatY Low Pbicsb. FOB ONE MONTH FOR CASH ONLY. Sale to Begin SATURDAY, 15th FEBRUARY. 1896. AND CO., WALLA WALLA. d. BRANM & 00/8 SEMI-ANNUAL SALE J&Comvnc' job s-t neon on .SATljfol^, FEBRUARY I, GREATEST BARGAINS On RECOBD will be OFFERED. SAW -MILL NOTICE. 1 3DTJ±T & CO. HT-D. (Late of Devlin...

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

Directors: .^---^t^m E. P. MITCHELL, Esq., -^90§Sm ?'??? : Ghairman- 'ha&sm SALaTHIEL BOOTH, i^ffgffi WILLIAM CAIN, E.g. W^ Hon.N.FITZGEEALD, lHJ|l|li M.L.C. |lp«iljl A. W. ROBERTSON, B^^B Esq. . fljlllip Hon. HENRY MORT, M^gl M-L-°: . JWI '* ? ' — — ' ? ? ? ? — ' ? — ? ? ? :'^^§^?%^*M:p;7r MBLBOURSllPwOOL WAREHOUSE AND HEAD ^FFIOH. - '''Ci^f;;0^ ?; .??,....; ^ ^ /7; / ^ „ ^SfSlSS LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on Ensuing Clip o#WOOL and on S|kTIQETBEOTJRITIES: ^.j'^Mffsi^' REGULAR AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, GRAIN, HIDESjliKINS, TALLOW, AND OTHER PRODUCE. llill Proceeds of Sales held in Trust and used specially for payments to clients. B.eturi|B rendered with promptness. All Consignments protested By tftf'^'^:^^SS Valuations of the Company's Experts prior to sale, thus guaranteeing the ^alisation of Full Market Value. Toe Company confines its ???'-:-??'-:? '^'.^^vS~Ak . Business STRIGILT to that of SEIZING BROKERS ONLY. ? ;? ;:;^M^££ NO^CARTACE CHARGED ON CONSIGNMENTS OF WOOL RECEIV...

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

BALING B SHEET. OF THE PASTURES & STOCK PROTECTION BOARD AT COROWA, For the Year . ending . 31st December, 1895. DE. : To Amount of balance at 3 1st Decem- . ber, 1894 .... ... ...£563 7 9 Arrears of Assessment £84 14 8 £'% Assessment ? 20 14 4 ?*? ^k Assesaments paid ia excess ... 15 6 li Exchange ... ... ...... ... §0 0 ffi £627 IS 2 Ce. By certificates issued for scalps— 1C53 kangaroo rats at 3d. pjfBcalp-|t ... £19 8 3 . 762pamamelon§at2d, 6 7 0 344i$farea at 4d§ ... 57 8 0 3 fcpes at 20s. I ... 3 0 0 5 JSx cubs at 10SE ... 2 10 0 i # ? I ? £88 13 3 & Jferilderie Board pfe-f und of Assesa W ment ... l| ? ... 68 19 8 JtSecretary'ssalaifi... ? 65 0 0 Figrinting ... W ? 2 1 9 I|xchanges ... S, ? ... 0 3 6 iiilvertiBing... &;» ... ... 16 19 11 Stamped cheqnea^.. ... .... 0 16 8 Stationery ? ... 1 4 8 Stamps and telegrams ... ...'6 7 5 Directors' fees, 1894' ? 1717 0 Directors' fees, 1895 ... .„ 13 13 0 Delegated expenses ? 13 19 0 Receivers' fees ... ? 9 16 1...

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DISTRICT NEWS. (Continued from page 17.) HOWLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

DISTRICT NEWS. ' ' (Continued from page 17.) HOWLONG. ''. (FBOM OUJU OWN COBBESPONDENT.) Since my last letter the weather has been ? _ changeable. Sometimes unbearably warm, other times splendid cool days and nights, but very windy, and still no rain. In the metropolis I hear there has been plenty of it, but where it is required we are denied the luxury. On the 31st Jauuary lass a meeting of the Howlong Progress Committee waa held in the Mechanics' Institute. Present — Messrs. Easlerby (preEi tent), Hunt, Boyle, W. Hamilton, Ray, W. B. Hamilton, Mcorfield, and H. D. Hall (secretary). aiinuteB or previous meeting were read and confirmed. The principal business was the election of a committee for the year 1896. It was proposed by Mr. Boyle that the former committee be relected with power to add to - ' the number. Seconded by Mr. Moorfleld, and carried unanimously. It was proposed by Mr. Boyle, and seconded, that Mr. Eaaterby be president. — Carried, Proposed by Mr. Moor field, and sec...

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WAYS OF SERVING PEACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

WAYS OF SERVING PEACHES; When Bimply sliced, to be eaten with sugar and cream, peaches should be set on loe for a short time, but never sweetened beforehand, as Btandirg in. sugar destroys their delicate fl -vor. Baked peaches are nice, and this is an ex cellent way to use those that are not quite ripe : —Pare and halve the fruit. Remove the afcoi e , a .d in each cavity left put a piece of batter, and cover generously with sugar. Set each half on a round of buttered toast, sprinkle with more sugar, lemon juice, and a very little nutmeg. Peach trifla is a dainty dessert concocted of nicely peeled and sliced peaches, two cups of milk, four tablespoonfuls of sugar, three eggs, and a email Btale spoDge cake. Make a boiled custard of the milk, the yolk of the eggs, and half of the sugar. Slice the cake, lay it in the bottom of a glass dish, and cover with the peacheB well sweetened. Beat the whites of the eggs, with the remaining two spoonfuls of sugar, to a stiff meringue, acd heap lig...

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TRYING TEMPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

TRYING TEMPERS. Tempers can bo broadly classed under two heads, the passionate and the sulky. Oar tempers are as much part of ourselves as our arms or legs ; they are inherited facts which we can guide and oontrol but neither dissolve nor otherwise disburden ourselves. Grown-up people are apt to think a loes of temper a tr ft), while In reality It is the key note to every crime. ' Ob. 1 he is a morose man,' 'he is a sulky nature,' 'he h8B a violent temper,' &3., &s., we remark, with a shoulder shrug, as if therein lay an excuse for every disagreeable course of conduct. How ugly and ridiculous a sulky man really Is ; we try and keep out of his way and regard hie mood with scorn. A fit of passion amuses, terrifies, or annoys the beholder, but in this case aiso we feel contempt and pity for the possessor of the same. For an adult to con quer and control his temper is a hard task, and therefore the more worthy a man's effort to achieve. He is brave, persevering, eager to...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

USEFUL HINTS. Fish may be scaled much easier by first dipping them into boiling water for a minute. A thick paper under the carpet saves tbt wear, besides making it softer and warmer to the feet. Id boiling rice, peae, or macaroni, save the water in which they are boiled for nso in ? soups. Traces of mud miy be removed from black dresses by rubbing the stains with raw potato. Orange rinds, saved and dried, make the , - beet of kindlinp, owing to the volatile oil con . tained in the (kin. A piano when not in use should be close locked like a watch, to keep the dust from gettirg at and damaging the works. A jq-iare-framed picture, however small '' should always bo suspended from two nails . . independent of safety, the t fleet is better. : Wine stains may be removed from linen by rubbing it on both Bides with yellow soap then lay on a thick paste of starch and water, Ruh in well, and txpoBe to the eun and air. New furniture should be rubbed with a soft cloth every morning, otherwise t...

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

Muhel— ?' H w pale tbe mcou ie 1 ' Jo8fphU8 — 'YeR; it has bteu out late lor several nights.' If yoa cannot obtain ' Myfa Tea ' in your district, write to D. Mitchell and Oo., Clatence streefc, Sydney, who wJU 'arrange for a supply at once through the looal storekeeper. SORE EYES 1 1 Beysnd doubt MOBBIffS IMPERIAL EYE OINTMENT ia still the sjSeV, speediest and be«t remedy in existence,^ For over fifty years it Ins worked really m^clloua cures iu thjma colQi-iea7n£'test'monial9-tiHll ahow,. Every household 'is noised to kep/ 0. JTJppiy%jA n'ways Q^hand,snd-tffl«(frfja^'/y n-'^ly iKwb«$P^ weAknefforsoi^ueosHf&t through dua^feat, fliea, exposure to-jK^£lcold, r Jseosiv^roatijng or w||jriug, &.*., and thuaanvo^irther iJ^^and expense. Avoid all imifatynn and Bubstitutea offered in placo of th?f^4alunble Ointment, Having stood the aevejetf^test of time, do farai « can afford to bo ^ithoyit. Sold everywhere ia pots, ga, C9atAiBin^@|qifiQ^ ?o? iiss w njorS §ft?«S| ??.?' ' ',...

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THE SHIRT COLLAR. THE WOES OF THE HIGH-COLLAR WEARER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE SHIRT COLLAR, THE WOE 3 OF THE BIGH -COLLAR WEARER. Of all the abominable articles of the abominable dress which fashion forces upon tbe men of the nineteenth century the shirt collar is the worst. If it is fastened to the shirt, it wears out long before the rest of that useful gar ment, and entails besides a laundry bill, which in these days of retrenchment cannot be patiently endured : and if it is an inde pendent article (ss it mostly is) the tortures which it inflicts on suffering mankind are manifold and sundry. To begin with, tbe collar is the most uncompromising article that we have, and it is not submissive to even the mosi ele mentary rules of arithmetic. For instance, a 17 inch collar is ofcen much shorter than a 16J inch one, and when you complain of this to the man you bought it off, he tells you blandly that 'it is a different make.' I remember once nearly suffocating myself with a collar whioh I bad bought half'an inoh longer than the usual size, and I know that, t...

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CHILDREN'S COLUMN. IN THE TOWER OF BERKELEY MANOR. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

CHILDREN'S COLUMN. JH THE TOWER OF BERKELEY MASIOR. Catharine Burton was waiting in the hall when Dr. Langsdale came from her father's room. - ' Why don't you obey my orders V he demanded. ' I thought you were in bed an hour pgo.' ' ' I wanted to hear the latest news,' she said, smiling apologetically. '' How is he now, doctor r '?;-? : ' Just as before— sleeping. He wili '. ? ' come around all right, always provided he. ;? -'- has absolute quiet. I am more alarmed ?- - about you. You have not slept for two w night, and your nerves, are like th« strings ?? of a tuned violin. You must go straight ' ? ? away to bed. And don't negleot taking that sleeping draught I gave you. Now, goodnight.' , And Dr. Langedale turned into his own room, near Mr. Burton's, so that the nurse could have him at the sick man's bedside ? ? ? in an instant. . Catharine went slowly to .', wards her apartments in the tower. Her ?whole body ached with weariness. Three days' before her father was stricken sud den...

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THE HOUSE. RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE HOUSE. ..'*-- RECIPES. ']-, ,fi . . Blackberey Jam — To every quart of . i „, blackberries allow a pound of pure cane sugar and a wineglassful of brandy. Crush a quar of folly ripe blackberries with a pound of the beat cane ecgar ; put it into a preserving pan, ? and set'it over a gentle fire until thick ; add a glass' of brandy, and stjr it again over the fire for about a quarter of an hour ; then pour it into pots, and when cold tie them over. Plain Lunch Cake —l#b. dried flour, . . Jib. dripping, 10c z. white sugar, ditto currants or sultanas, two tesspoonfuls of baking pow* der, two epgs, and half a pint of milk. Wo: k the dripping and 6ugar into a creem, add the beaten eggs ; then mix all the dry ingredients , together, and stir them into the eggs, &c, gradually, keeping all moiBt with the milk. Place in a greased tin and bake one and a half to two hours. Fruit Shortcake —Sift together three heaped teaspoonefala of baking powder with ? one quart of flrar, and rub in...

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THE WIFE'S PURSE. SOMETHING ABOUT SELF DENIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE WIFE'S PURSE. SOMETHING ABOUT SELF DENIAL. ? A controversy is rugiDg at home on '.he tub j.ct cf the wife's allowance 'The wife's private puree' is the title of the discussion started ty Mrs. Hawds a month or two ego. All the ladita who bavo been becid on the tub j :ct agree that ueually tho wife baa not an ullowarce made to her, and that iho should hav«\ S'.oriee, amuairg ucd sad, have been quoted, wilh the rtealt that considerable at tention has been drawn to the matter. Excepting Iho caeca of wealthy or very pcor people, what doeB tho average Australian wife receive as an allowance ficrn her hnabond? The wives of men wbo tarn fiom, eay, ;£300 to £1000 a year. It all depends upon tbe people, of course. S»-ma men make ilu-ii wiv. & ijv.ii3Ui.i-r. Even i.Um Lbc kUu usukIi^ ia that she is to be a faithful steward, diuburue where necessary— save the rest. We do not hear It is a rule to expect her to keep anything for herself. Some wealthy men even are monstrously niggardly...

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