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MINORACAS V. LEGHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
MINORCAS V. LEGHORNS. Minorca fowls are. considered by many as egg producers, next to the L?ghorn.; Their appearance . would indicate great laying qualities. The hen's comb hangs down mnoh more than opine of the best Leghorns, making it appear quite odd when approached on the side to which the comb droops, covering the bird's eye completely. They are quite hardyi more so than the White-faced Black Spanish to which they are related.
WATERING WHEN HEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
WATERING WHEtt HEATED. An English veterinarian writing to the, London Live Stock Journal. says :— K Prejudice dies hard, but the hardest of all to did in the minds of grooms is that it is injurious to give a horse a drink of cold water when be is heated from exercise. Years ago, when I UBed to train horses for racing in India, I grappled with this prejudice, and clung to it with such tenacity that I used constantly to have horses 'off1 their feed after a strong gallop. One - day I returned to the messhouse very hot and very tired after a long run, and suddenly thought fit to mentally put myself in the place of a racehorse. ' Shall I have,' I asked myself, 'a better appetite for breakfast if I refrain from drinking till I have cooled off or If I have a drink right off V Knowing that I could not eat heartily unless I had first of all a drink I took it, and thereupon felt as fit to eat, and went bo strong over a course of beef* steak, ham and eggs, quail, muffias^ etc, that I resolved ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
Church notices. ? - CHURCH ; OF ENGLAND. AIiBtrRT FAKISH. , SUHDAT, Jan. 5 -St. Matthew's. II a.m:, TJO p.m. Tamblo, 3 p.m. (H C ) . ' ; . Rev. Canon Klngsmlll. CHILTKRN PARISH^ aCNDAT. Jan. 5 -Chlltern. w ».id. imd r.HOpja Brown's Flatus, 3 p.m. . ' . - Eev; G. J. Ttylor. - * COROW A PARISH. SUNDAY, Jan. 5— Corowa, 11 a.m. (H.C ), :.30p'm. ' LoweBdale, 3 p.m. 8UNDAT, Jan. 12— Moorwathn, 10.M a.m. - ? ? . Howlong, ? p.m. Corowa, 7 £0 p.m. Eev. W. Clarke Hoee. GKRMAIS TON PA 7*TSH. SUNDAY, Jan. 5— Germanton, 11 a.m. Mr. Bldrid. Mullcngnndra, 11am. Woomnrgama. 3 p.m. - Germanton, 8 p.m. Rev. D. C. Bates. Monday, Jan. 6 (Epiphanv)— Germanton. 8 a.m. (H.C.) 8UHDAr. Jan. 12— Germanton li a.m. Mprven, 3 p.m. : Cdloairn, V.30 p.m. Rev. D. C. Bates. Cookardinia, S p m. Mr. Eldrld. Wagra, 3 p.m. Mr. Thompson. '' Germanton, 8 p.m. Dr. Simpson. . iTABIiANGA-TTA & BBTHANGA DISTRICT. 8UNDAY, Jan 5— Tullangatta, 11 a m.. 5.30 p ra. Tallangatta Valley. 3 p.m. 8UNDAY. Jan. 12-Bethauga, 11 a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
se. .&. c^ pa ss Jt To be held atj? ^ Mr* W.ifW'eat's Hopton p irm, ONJaJA#P^RY/'24, If 96. Programme in future issuf^ J. K.OGAN. Burr aja. An' Wai Races. W;}) be, leld on , J TUESDAY/ J^NU^RY 21. Programme in iiirit ifsus,' V J. B TKOUkHTON, tX Hon. Sec. 70MPS0H, MAKNING, 'AND MBM9 &0JOTMNEEKS, Stock slid S|i,tion Agents, WAGGA. WA#A,^£|ANipRA & SYDNEY. la the latter Market we are conducting DAILY SALES of Country Killed Meat, and are the Nomi nees of the principal Chilling Depots in New 8outh Wales. TO BE SOLD/ as^plettSid pair o£ BUGGY HORSES fchegnujS), 6 and Efyears old. AIbo. DOUBLj#i3EA%p BUGGY| (without hood) and douW^ set E|gjjahinade HARNESS. Will be given, S''sacrinj& ttrijm immediate pur. elnser. Ap$f to T. $. BRO%N, Glfee Hotel, Albnry. , agr :' 1§
HENTY Y. YERONG. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
HENTY V. YERONG. A match between the above clubs eventuated on Saturday, 28th December, at Henty, and after a pleasant game resulted in a win for the visitors. Mr. Foley captained the home team, and Mr. Eldenhaw had charge of the visitors Following are the scores :— Ybbong. First Inriags.' Second Innings! Dunne, c Foley, b Parnell ... ... 0 b Parnell ... ... 3 Heathcote,b Parnell 2 b Parnell ... ... 3 Sullings.c Newman b M'Grath ... 30 b M'Grath... ... 8 Grant, b M'Grath... 17 handled ball ... 1 Elder shaw, b M'Grath . ... 1 b M'Grath... .... 6 Perriri, c and b Par nell ... ... 1 c Barberie, b Droop 4 Farthing.b M'Grath 7 b M'Grath,;.. ... 0 Breed, not out ... 4 b M'Grath ... '... 0 Mite h e 1 1 h i 1 1, b M'Grath... ... 0 not out ... '' ... 5 Jansen, b M'Grath 0 ? Page, b M'Grath.., 1 not out ? 0 Sundries ... 9 Sundries ... 1 Total ... 72 . .For'8wktB.»;'.31 * Henty. ' First Innings, Seoond Innings. Ycss, c Eldershaw, b Grant ... ... 0 runout ? 5 Barberie, o Elder shaw, b Perrin .....
WOOMABGAMA V. WANDERERS. WOOMABGAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
W00MARGAMA V. WANDERERS. ; WOOMABGAMA. First Innings. Seoond Innings. J.Smithjb N.Bruce 6 b Hickey ... ... 4 C, Nixon, rnn out... 5 b Hickey ... ... .1. J. Britt, b O'Brien 5 b Stewart ... ... 8 W. Craig, b Bruce.. 14 b Arundell ? 8 J. Aldridge, b Bruce 1 b Bruce ? 8 T. 8oanlan, not out. lib Arundell... ...-; 96 A.Hicks,b Arundell 4 b Hiokey ... »», 18 T. Nison, b Bruce 0 runout ... ... 0 H. Nixon, b O'Brien 8 c Stewart, b Bruce 1 T, King, c Hipkey, b O'Brien ... 1 not out ... ... 0 R Johnson, b Bruce 1 o Stewart, b Hickey 0 J.M'Lean.bArundeH 1 b Stewart ... ...10 Byes ... ... 4 Byes ? t 4 Total ... 56 Total ... 77 Bowling.— Stewart, 2 wickets for 37 runs ; N. Bruce, 7 wicketB for 28 runs; O'Brien, 8 wickets for 5 runs ; Arundell, 4 wicketB for 24 runs j Hickey, 4 wickets for 11 runs; Steven9, 0 wickets for 21 runs. WANDEBEBS. First Innings, Second lan'ngq. J Stewart, b Craig 0 o Smith, b Craig- ... 0 W. O'Brien, bHickB 0 b Oraig ? .2 N. Bruce, b Craig... 5 b Hicks ... ... 0 J.Arund...
DEATH OF A FAMOUS ACTRESS. MRS. STIRLING. LONDON, December 31. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
DEATH OF A FAMOUS ACTRESS. MRS. STIRLING. London, December 31. The deatn is announced, ot Mrs. Hurling, the famous actress, aged 79 years. [Mrs. Stirling, who bsfore her marriage was known a8 M as Fanny Clifton, made her first ap pearance at the Adelphi Theatre in January, 1836, and finally retired from tbe stage in 1886. She excelled alike in comic and in melodramatic parts, among her must famous performances being Peg Wofflngton, Adiienne Lecouvreur, and Lady Teazle ]
SMOKERS v. NON-SMOKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
8MOKSRS v. NON-SMOKERS. This match wsb played at the Barnawartha Oval on Saturday, 29th nit., and resulted in ft .^in for the Non-smokers by 54 runs. For the winners J. Evans scored 44 by capital cricket, and for the losers E. Da Manrel scored 24 bj good cricket. Appended are the scores :— . Smokeks. G. Bryant, c and b H. De Mamiel ... ... 6 J. De Mamiel, rnn out ... ? ... 0 E. De Mamiel, b O. De Mamiel ? 24 B. Prowse, b M'Donald ? 15 J. Parker, b M'Donald ? 14 W.Parker, b.H. De Mamiel ? ..... 7 lames Evans, b M'Donald ' ? 2 J, Smith, b M'Donald ? ... 4 VWKing, b H. De Mamiel ? ' ...- S B. Baynes, b H. De Mamiel ? - ... 4 J. Greenhiil, not out ... ... ., ... .- 0 Byes ? ..;.? ... ' -.i. - ... 22 Total . ... ... ... ... . ...101 Bowling.— H, De Mamiel, 32 runs, 4 wickets ; G. Baxter, 22 runs, 0 wickets; O. De Mamiol, C runs, 1 wioket; J, MDuiiald,- 16 runs, 4 wickets ; J. Evans, 4 runs, 0 wickets, Non-Smokebs. H, De Mamiel, b J Evans ... ... ... 26 John Evans, c Greenhiil, b J, Smith...
GLENROY V. ROSEWOOD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
GLENROY V. ROSEWOOD. (FBOM OUB OWN COBBHBFONDENT.) The Rosewood Cricket Club, young as it is, has grown a good deal in self importance, and hav ing received a challenge from the Bago Cricket Club, which they very wisely declined for the present, they seat a ohollengo tot a friendly Glenroy club, : and 7 was played at . Glenroy' on Saturday,, the 21st ult,, when,' as might have been expected, tha Rosewood boys got a damper on their- sprits by a one innings defeat, Ap pended are the scores : — Rosewood. First Innings, Second Innings. Livingstone, h b w. 0 b Swift .... ... 0 Laid law, b F. M'GIynn ... 14 b M'Cracken ... 12 Hughes.bF.M'Glynn 0 b Swift ? 0 M'lntoBh, b M'Crac ken ... ... 0 c M'Cracken ; ... 7 Seymour, b F. - M'GIyna ..., 8 c and b Swift ... 0 Sheehan, c Portor, . . r- ? . bF. M'GIynn ..'.20 b Swift ... ... 0 T.Smitb.bF.M'Glynna c and b Swift ... 1 Clegg, c Porter,- b Swift ... ... 0 not out ? 1 R. Smith, b Swift... 0 b M'Cracken ' ... 0 Kelly, b F. M'GIynn 2 c and b F;M!G...
CRICKET. WODONGA V. BETHANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
CRICKET. W0DONGA V. BETHANGA.. * Wodonga viaitod tfetnanga on Saturday nna bWei. a match with tha local team, The visitors 'jtnoeked Up fiS, Pf. Sohjlnjs befog the only The other batBmen all scored something, . from 1 to 9. Boyd, who played such h»voc with the Wodonga wickets oh^the previous Saturday, was quite out- of form with the ball on thin occasion, only secnring one wicket, Notwith standing that Brackley, for Bethanga, opened very well, the localites offered very feeble resistance to the trundling of Powell and Hamil ton, and were all disposed of for 29, of; which nurcbe1- Brackley was responsible for more than half. The wickets of the remainder went like 'chaff before the wind,' half-a-dozen failing to score at all, one making a unit, two 2 each; and one 7. The following are the scores : — Wodonga. F. Richardson, c A. Allen, b Martin. ? 5 T. Richardson, b Boyd ? ... ... 1 Prentice, b Msrtin . ? ....'?. ,4 Powell, c H. Allen, b Martin ... ... ~ ... 4 O'Connor, c and b Morby ?...
STARLIGHTS V. PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
STARLIGHTS v.~ PIRATES. These teams met on the Albury cricket ground on Saturday last, the Pirates gaining an easy victory. Scores : — Stablights. First Innings. Second Innings. Bnlmer,b Doughton 5 not out ... ... 9 Ashby, Creagho ... 2 c end b Parsons ... S Vile, how, bOieaghe 2 c Cox, b Parsons ... 13 Duke, b Doughton 2 c Walker .bDoughton 0 J. Hnnter,b Creaghe 0 c and b Parsons ... 1 P; Hunter, b Creaghe 6 b Parsons ... ... 3 Beale, b Doughton 11 c Hille, b Farapns... '12 Frew, b Doughton 0 run out ... ... 0 Hore, o Walker, b Creaghe... ... 5 b Parsons ? 0 Kelly, not out ... 4 b Parsons ? 3 Brown, b Creaghe... 0 b Parsons ... ... 0 Sundries ... 3 ' Sundries ... 1 Total ... 39 Total -N ...:44 , FiBATES. : First Innings. Seoond Innings. WnNtt-r, c Frew, b Vile . .... ..; 16 b Hunter ... - ,., 0 Wallder.bVile ... 3 P-jrEons.oandb Vile 0 ' ' M'Donald, b Vile... 0 c and b Hunter ... 4 Cox, how, b Vile ... 4 Creaghe, b Bolmer 0 - - . Doughton, not out 11 not out ? 25 L. 0 Griffith, b V...
PHYLLOXERA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
PHYLLOXERA. Mr. L. Frore has received the following communication from tha Alining Departs : msnt: — Department of Mines End Agriculture, Sydney, December 24, 1895. Sir,— I have the honor to Jurnish the follow ing replies to your inquiries of the 12-h inst., respecting the phylloxera in the Cumberland vine district : — 1, Since the discovery of phylloxera at Liver pool in March last, the disease has been found in three vineyards at Kellyville, viz,, on October ? 15;h, 17th, and 31st. 2. Two. of these infected vineyards immedi ately adjoin each other, and the third is about 15 miles from Liverpool. . 3 and 4. Every vine in thesa vineyardfl has been carefully examined. The diseased vines and those within 10ft, of them have been treated with strong doses of carbon bisulphide and sub sequently uprooted and burnt. A good diaipfec tant dose has been administered to the whole of the vineyard, and tb.9y are being kept quaran tined and under surveillance with tbe intention of treating them w...
NEW YEAR'S DAY IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
NEW YEAR'S DAY IH SYDNEY. ? -5- ? The Now Year having been ushered in with the usual all-night service, the people on Wednesday betook themselves to plea sure excursions, and as the waether was genial there was no restriction to their enjoyment, and consequently the traffic on the railways and the river and har bour excursions was larger than has been recorded for years past. Almost every Scotchman in Sydney found his way to the Highland gathering on the Sydney Cricket-ground. Lord Hatnpden attended the demonstration, and spoke so gracefully as to evoke great enthusiasm from the warm-hearted Scotchmen who entertained him His Excellency subse quently proceeded to Rand wick, whore a large attendance witnessed a capital pro» gramme of racing.
NARROW ESCAPE OF H.M.S. RUPERT. NEARLY SWAMPED BY HEAVY SEAS. LONDON, December 26. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
KARROW ESCAPE OF U.S. RUPERT. NEARLY SWAMPED BY HEAVY SEAS. .London, .uecemoer zo. - HM.S. Rupert, a coast defence ship of 5440 tons, four guns, has had a narrow escape from being totally wrecked at sea. She was proceeding from Plymouth to Gibraltar when she encountered a violent storm. Enormous seas swept over the vessel, nearly swamping her. HeiV turret flaDa Droved defeotive, and the water poured into tho engine-room and coal bunkers, the Btokers being knee-deep in water.. An attempt was made to pump bat the water, but it was unsuccessful, as the pumpa ' became choked with the fino coal dust that had beoome mixed with the ?water when it washed through the bunkers. ;. Some'iepaira were attempted, but they failed, and tho veasel had 6a return Jo Piy* ''saeuth, whjgg sta'anM foM%
THE MINING CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
THE M\mm CONFERENCE. The Minister for Mines, Mr. Sydney Smith, has approved of Wednesday, 5;h February, being fixed as tha opening day for the Mining Conference, for which ar rangements are now being made. It is to be held in Sydney, but the precise locality has not yet been decided upon. Informa tion received by the department shows that me movement nag dhou ihkou up wi&a con siderable enthusiasm by the miners through out New South 'Wales, and high expecta tions are entertained of a successful out come to the gathering, which will be the first of its kind in New South Wales. It will be on the lines of the Agricultural ConfereLce held last year, sad it is being held in pursuance of the policy of the Government of bringing the producers of the oolony together with a view of ascer taining what oan best be done to forward their interests. Delegates to the confer ence are being elected by the miners afc public meetings convened by the wardens on the various goldfieids of the col...