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

COSSIP. { Miss Rhoda Bronghton, the novelist, cele brated her 55h birthday on November 29. It te amusing in these days to recall the Btory ot her first book. ' Cometh up aB a Fiower,' it Is said, was published without the knowledge of her parents, and when it cime to the rectory Mrs. B ou..;hton would not allow her daughter to read it ! ' It is said that cut fLwers will keep very fresh if a email pinch of nitrate of potash or common saltpetre be put in the water in which they stand. The ends of the stems should be cot off a little every day to keep open the absorbing porcp. No Tutkieh beauty is cvor thiD, for beauty and thinness are, according to their wsy ct thiukiog, quite impossible rnatee. In order, therefore, to make themselves pleasingly plump, Turkish women eat rose leaves wirh butter. Two ladies who inhabit the Villa Sophia, at B arri z, Mesd. mes Y.urle and Beletegni, guve a most original dance recently. A report of this entertainment eays :— The stables were utilised as th...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN. FOR TWEED AND SILK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE LADIES' COLUMN, FOR TWEED AND SILK. A particularly ladylike home or visiting dress, and would reproduce well in woollen crepoD, fancy wcolleD, serge, cachcmire, fsced cloth trimmed v.ith silk or satia. The six gored akist, arranged for 42 ir-ch goods, has no Beam back or front, the pattern being used for the liuicg and material, and as an interlining Use horsehair clotb, which put about a third way up the front and sides aud to entirely interline the buck ; then after the fulness is gathered into the waist, draw same through the band to form three flates, or godets, which catch here and there a few itches below the hlpa on to a piece of tape or elastic. The bodice, although thown to the waist, is cut with a short ba qxo to be worn inside the Bkirt, banded with salin cut on the croBS, set ia folds on to a piece of canvas or petersham, and hooked at the back beneath a baw. Tfce front has a fitted lining, covered down the centre in plaBtron form wilh satiD, gathered round the neck,...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SPECIAL AREAS SET APART. District of Cootamundry Central. County Clarendon, parish Hurley. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

SPECIAL AREAS SET APART. District of Cootamundry Central. County Clarendon, par sh Hurley. - Por. 92, 162a; price per aore, £1 15s ; valae of improvements, £23 2i 6d ' Por. 95, 61a 2r ; price per acre, £1 153 j valua of improvements, £71 19a.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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REVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES. District of Deniliquin. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

REVOCATION OF TEMPOBA.HY RESERVES. District of Deniliquin. (Tbe land not to be sold till after the expiration of 60 days from 18th January :— Within the Inte leasehold area of Mooloomoon holding No 89, declared a resumed area 18 h January, 189fi. Reserve 283S for camping r.nd other public purposes. nc.Mfu:'! 12th Scsp'embor, 1881. County Wukool, parish Lyle, area about 417J acres. Reserve 2839 for water eupply and access thereto, notified 12ih September, 1881. County Wakool, parish Berambong,- area about 208 acite. Reserve 2840 for water supply and accEPs thereto, notified 12ih Seperaber, 1881. County Wakool, parish Brframbobg, area, hbout 100 acres. (The laad not io ba poM till after the expiration ot 60 {lavs fioru 25th January. District of Parkes. WiJiin resumed area of Buldcrudgera holding No. 431, IS D., notified 5th Auguot, 1885. Water rcs2rvo 612, notified ICh July, 1875, Countieo Kennedy ani Narromitio, parishes Burrill Mingelo and iluivey, areaab^ut 4 square miles. This coj...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPECIAL AREAS PROCLAIMED. District of Forbes. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

SPECIAL AREAS PROCLAIMED. District of Forbes. (Now open to 640 acres at £1 10s., and about to be notified as available for homestead select tion.) Ojumy Forbes, parishes Bandon and Mul- vandiy. Portions 17 and 99 ; in all 11 11 J acres. District of Cowra. (Open 19th March to 75 acres at £1 103.) -r. County Bathuvst, pariah Kenilworth. Por tion 72 of 75 acres. (Open 19th Msroh to HO acres at £1 15s.) County Bathurst, parish Kenilworth, Por* tions 57, 58, 59 ; in all 140 acres'.

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NEW SOUTH WALES LAND NOTICES. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

NEW SOUTH WALES LAND NOTICES. ? O ? HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. The undermentioned blocks of laud will ba available for homestead selection on and after 13th February : — District of Grenfell. County Forbes, paiish Binda. Thirty-five lotB, See Banner 31st Januaty. District of Waggn. County Bourke, parish Elliott. Three lots. See Banner 31st January. ? The undermentioned blocks of land will be available for homestead selection on and after 20 in February : — District of Albury. County Hume, parish Walbundry, Por. 140, 26* lr lOp ; improvements nil ; capital value, £78 18h 9d ; annual rent at 1 £ per cent, for first five yearB, 193 9d j survey fee, £2 10s 3d Por. 143, 36a Or 30p ; improvements nil : capital value, £108 11s 3d; annual rent, £1 7s 2d ; survey fee, £2 17h 9J Por. 144, 30a lr 2O,o ; improvements nil; capital valne, £91 2- (id ; aunual rent, £1 2s lOd ; survey fee. £2 13* 3.1 Por. 145, 26-i Or lOp ; improvements nil ; capital value, £78 3* 9i ; annual rent, 19s 7d ; su...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SETTLEMENT LEASES AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

SETTLEMENT LEASES AVAILABLE. The undei mentioned farms will be available for eettlemeut lease on and after 20th February : — District of Hay. County Waradgery, pariah Toopuniul. Porn. 3, 4, 5, 0, 12, 31, 32, 33, 36, and 38, 6016^1 ; valuo of improvements, £359 ; capital valao, £4415 9a 5d ; 1 naual rant, £55 3s lOdj survey fee, £25 17s. County Warsr'gery, parishes Yimbaring and O/.ley. Pors 26 and 27 nnd 40 and 41, 5120a; value of improvements, £304 149 ; capital vulue,£4480; annual rent, £06 ; survey f-;e, £25 19-1. District of Warren, County Oxley, parish Nevertire. Por. 22, 2560a ; improvements nil ; capital value, £!!'200 ; annual reut at 1J per cent, £40 ; survey fee, £18 153 for, 27, 2560a ; improvements nil ; capital value, £2880; annual rent, £36; survey fee, £18 15a Pors. 2g, 29, 30, 2560a each J improvements nil ; capital value, £2660 each ; annual reii!:, £32 each j survey fee, £18 16s each. County Oxley, parish Curtis. Pof. 39. 2388a ; improvements nil ; capital value, £...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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LAND NOTICES. SUMMARY OF LANDS RECENTLY MADS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

LAND NOTICES. SUMMARY OF LANDS RECENTLY MADE AVAILABLE. ? V ? ' ? The following areas were set apart during the tteek ending Saturday, lot February) for home stead selection : — Armidale Land District, in suburban area of Armidale ; 400 seres, in 20 blocks, of 20 acres each ; distant 3 to A\ miles from Armidale rail way station ; cspital values, 40s. to 120;!. per Bore; will be available 20ih February, 1S96. Albury Lind District., withii the p -pulation area of Albary ; 115 acres in 25 blocks ; areas range from 2 to 12 acres ; distant 3J to 4$ miles from Albury j capital values 60a. to 10us. f er acre ; will be available 2nd April, 1896. Cootamundry Central Land District, on Houla ghan's Creek, South Holding ; 1836 sores, in 2 blocks, cf 831 acres atid 1005 acres j distant 15 to 17 milea from Ttmora ; capital values, 203 to 25s. per acre ; will be available 19th March, 1896. DeniKquin Land District, 987J seres, in 5 blocks, of 197^ acres each ; distant 8 to 9 aileB frcm Deniliquin ;...

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

LANDS OFFICE DAY. The area of Crown lands which became avail able for selection on 30th ult. was much smaller than usual, but notwithstanding this a fair area was selected. Ho'nestpad selections were taken up as follows :— At Youcg, 3 blocks, comprising 470- acres ; Hay, 1 blcck, 5284 acres ; Wagga Wagga, 2 bl cks, 160 acres; Dubbo, 4 blocks, : 143 acres ; Litbgow, 3 blocks, 579J acres ; Urana, 7 blocks, 2189 acres ; Caisilis, 4 blocks, 234$ acres ; Dungog, 1 block. 80 acres ; IV. urru rundi, 1 block, 40 acr^s ; Windsor, 1 block, 56 acres. Three settlement leases comprising 9070 acres were applied for at Narrabri, and one c.iin prising 2089 acres at Forbes. The total number of applications f r homestead selections and settlement leases for the day was 31, comprising , 15.604 acres. In addition to this, an area of 9772 acres was applied far aa conditional pur chases and conditional l.i«?es in various parts of the colony. The toUl area represented by the day's transactions whs 25 413 ...

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PRESENTATION TO THE REV. D. LEAHY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

PRESENTATION TO THE REV. D. LEAHY. There was a good muster of representative ' ?. - ' members of the congregation of St. Patrick's at ? .- the Roman Catholic presbytery on Wednesday , ' ' ? evening to takeleave of tbe Rev D- Leahy, who -?', ? has been transferred to the Wagga parish. Mr Walsh occupied the chair, and among the gaesta present were the Mayor, the Rev, Father M'Grath of Young, and the Rev. P. Hickey of Corowa. : Tha Chairman expressed the pleasure he felfc __ fit taking part in however small a way in the effort to give a fitting send cfE to the clergyman who was about to leave them. He deeply re* gretted that Father Lnahy was leaving Albury and heartily wished him health and strength (o labor in his new sphere of activity. Mr. J. F. Maloney then read ths following address, which had been beautifully engrossed and handsomely framed : — To the Rev. Daniel Leahy. Dear Father Leahy,— The announcement that you are to leave iMbury has come as a great surprise to us. as we tho...

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ALBURY MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

ALBURY MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, TO THE EDITOR OP THE ALBURY BANNER. Sib,— Numerous unfounded statements having been published concerning the Government re« f uad of .£14: 18s 3d , we ask you space for a few lines in explanation. We sent to the Mechanics' committee on 21st July, 1892, a statement of account thowiDg this item of £H 18s. 3d. as a credit from the Treasury. There was, therefore, no attempt at concealment, and it was then the secretary's duty to see that the Treasury re funded the mmey, The monev was not nuid tn our credit by the Treasury till 27 th September, 1893. Many Government vouchers are Bent down, and perhaps it will take weeks or months - after wards before the Government will pay in, and no notice is given to us of such payment. Since 1st October, 1888, tbe date of commence ment of aur partnership, and up to the 1st Feb ruary this year, we have received and paid into ciur bauk JE234.O16 3s. 5d., including the above sum of £14 18j. 3d, and have accounted for every p...

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

WAGGA WAGGA.. A meetine of the Prebytery was hold _ at Wa?j?a on February 5, when there were present — Revs. R Jennings (Moderator), D. Smith, M. A., (Clerk), A. M'Kinlay, A. M'Olinchie, and the following representative elders — Mes-rs. John Ross (Germanton), R. Dunne (Wsgga), and Neil M'Callum (Junee). Mr. James Steele, Junee, was also in attendance. Eldera commissions were received aa f Hows for 1896 :— Messrs. Alex. Hill, Albury ; Alex. Macrean, Corowa ; J. H. Balfour, Culcairn ; John Ross, Germanton ; Neil M'Callnm Junee ; VT. D. Tydeman, Tumbarumbi ; and Wm. Orr, Waggn, to represent their respective sessions in the Presbytery, and for tbe General Assembly the following commissions were sustained : — Albury, Mr. P, Bell Mnnro ; Corowa, Mr. Richard Steel, of Wooliahra ; Ouloairn, Mr. J. H Balfour ; Germanton,- Mr James Bruce ; Junpe, Mr. James Steele ; Tnmlmruinba, Mr. H. E Tytfeman ; Wagja, Mr. Wm. Orr. All the session and committee records of the various parishes, with the exce...

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

The Messageriea Maritimes steamships are tha mo t com for! able to travel in. PasiengerB are ? booked through to London, and English is spoken en board. Write for full particulars to com* pany Venice, Queen's Corner, Pitt-street, Sydney. END'S 'FRUIT SALT. '-la pimples and blotches on the fane, sallowness o|_vthe skin, and depression of spirits, it is mostfjiseful, for nofc the least of its rccommeudatioiUC ia its resem blance to fruit vjn tp natural £3[y in wjt!teJ£5f' relieves the sytglm Jj$ effete of2:|pi8onoua|rnatter, which, if ret^ed|£'bpisong;*il^ blood ^ and it«^7&. alvantagea^vgi1 ^ui^at^thafeitcan bB^lway^?' ^ at hand whtnf|$aiired. Its preparation h'j^be^t^..^^ truly styled one of the trin,|^phs c^^nipderSfes^5'' chnmistry. In hot or foreiga^iimateB it is in- 7JH valuable. It ailays nervous?|;cxcitement,- and v- restores the nervous system tg^its proper Condi, tion (.by natural means). In^jhe nurBery it is beyond praiBe Sjld by all Chemists and Stores. Not long ag...

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

The BEST American Mwj\ Tobacco

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INGENIOUS SWINDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

INGENIOUS SWINDLES. It is tha duty of the Press to protect a gul-'ible public, and frustrate the evil designs of those who would trade upoa its sim plicity, by fearlessly exp jsing the methods and ddvicej employed by tbe more sharp witted parasites of^nciety. Tae old adage, ' Forewarned is forearmed,' is therefore the writer's justification far tbe present article. The hotel swindler is an exceeding re sourceful and i-jgenious personage, and ih-J two following example of his most recent and succrs ful performances may set those interested upon their guard. It ia the custom of sharper No. 1 to take rooms at an hotel, aisd to rt cord his full name at once upon its books. This name, curious to relate, chances to be identical with that of the proprietor, acd the two have a pleasant chat over tho coincidence. The visitor i3 vary sociable, well dressed, and appears to have plenty of money. He is accompanied by a ' valet,' who seems to be much at tached to his mister. The guest earnestly r...

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MR. LYNE AT BATHURST. AN ATTACK ON THE GOVERNMENT POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

MR. LYNE AT BATHURST. AN ATTACK ON THE GOVERN MENT POLICY. Mr. W. J. Lyne addressed a public meeting at the School of Arts Hall, Ba thurst, on Saturday. There was a fair attendance. Mr. J. Rutherford (president^ of the Bathurst Protection Association) occupied the chair, and introduced the speaker, who was well received— _ Mr. Lyne commenced by saying- that he hoped that before he finished there would be more present, and thanked the ladies who attended in such numbers. He bad ? come at the invitation of tbe Bathum Pro tection Union, and was not. here as an ordinary member, but as tbe leader of*' her Majesty's Opposition,' as remarked by the chairman. The position was not always Bn enviable one. He had been reading re cently the remarks of the former leader of the Opposition in the Queensland Parlia ment, who had said that there was no chance of getting on the Treasury benches, and he might do better if he went home end attended to his family. To a certain extent he endorsed that st...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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LECTURE ON HOME RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

LECTURE ON HOME RULE. There was a large attendance ot the ' Melbourne Town-hali last week, when Mr. E. Blake, M.P., delivered a lecture on ??' Home Rule lor Ireland. Mr. J. G Duffy, M.L.A., occupied the chair, and on the platform there were a number of pro minent citizens, including Mr. N. Fitz gerald, M.L.C., Messrs. Trenwith, Rawson, Anderson, Prenderga?t, and Longmore, 'V M.L.A.'s. Mr. Blake, who was received with loud cheering, said it would be utterly itnpos „ '. ' Bible to do more than touch in the briefest . - way upon a few more salien1; points ot the I ' question of Home Rule. He had seen that ? _ . day a travesty of his remarks made at knottier place, but he waB too old a public Bpeaker to be led into a controversy. He r would make the best answer to that, no ' - _ doubt, undesigned travesty of his views by restating those views. (Cheers.) To no - _ .audience more appropriately than to one in } ? one of the great self-governing colonies ' - oould arguments in favor of Home...

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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

If you cannot obtain «? Myfa Tea ' in youf distriot, write to D Mitchell and Co., Clarence* street, 8ydney, who will arrange for a supply at onoo through the local storekeeper. A Faib Beautiful Skin.— Sulpholtae Foap gives the natural tint and peach -like Bloom of a perfeot Complexion ; makes the Skin smooth, enpple, healthy, comfortable. Sulpholine Soap. 6d. Tablets. Everywhere.— [Advt.1 Are you thinking of visiting the old country ? If so, go by the Messageries Maritimea, that is, the French mail steamers. See their Hat ot sailinga published in thia paper, and write f- s full particulars to compan-'a office, Queeu'a Corner, Pitt-street, Bydney. The habit of turning round three of four times before lying d wn baa our* vived in the domestic dog from his savage anoastors. It then served to break do wo tfce tftU grass w% flwlft &. M,

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PASSING ON THE TAXES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

PASSING ON THE TAXES. '? As was gonerally auticip^ted by those people who gave the matter any thought, the effect of the passing into law of the Land and Incjme taxation scheme has been, in a great many cases, either the dismissal of employeos or a reduction of their salaries. Instances have occurred already where, in anticipation of the imposition of tho taxa tion, this kind of thing has happened, both in town and country, and there can be no doubt that as soon as people are actually called upon to pay money out of their pockets .for the tax tbe trouble will b3 in tensified. Thus we hear of squatters dis missing some of their hands and reducing the wages of others by, say, 5:3. a week, for the sound reason that, as their properties are not now showing a profit, they- cannot afford the extra burden of taxation, and must pas's ifc on. la Sydney, again, we learn of the whole staffs employed by large firms having a reduction made of 10 per cent, all round on their salaries, in view of ...

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