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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN AMERICA. DAMAGE £400,000. LONDON, February 4. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN AMERICA. DAMAGE £400,000. London, February 4. A disastrous fire occurred last night in Philadelphia, by which eoveral large ware houses were destroyed with their contents. The total losa ia estimated at 2.C0O.000 dol. (4400,00.0).

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MISER'S DEATH. HE LEAVES £80,000. LONDON, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

A MISER'S DEATH. . ? O ? HE LEAVES £80,000. London, February 2. Ad American miser, who resided in Paris, has just died in the city. Investigations disclosed that in spite of his apparent poverty he was possessed of 2,000,000 francs (£80,000) at the tima ot his death. ^^^^^^^^^^^

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. OVERTHROW OF THE K[?]ALIFA. LONDON, January 31. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. ? « ? OVERTHROW OF THE K3ALIFA. London, Januarv 81. The Pall Mall Gazette this evening pub lishes some very important intelligence from the Saudan, It states tbat the power of Abdul'a the Khalifa, the successor of the Mahdi, has been virtually overthrown. His downfall is stated to ba duo to the dissensions of his followers and a serious revolt of native tribes in the interior.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARM AND GARDEN. WORK FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

:pE FARM AND GARDEN. v WORK FOR THE WEEK. The Kitchen Garden. — The past esason has plainly proved the great value of deep aud thorough cultivation. Whore shallow digging has been practised tha crops have bean a com parative failure. The marked difference ia the yield of peas ia deeply worked ground aad those in ground dug only one spit daep should prove the economy of deep working. 0 iious afford another instance, soma placos prodaciug large, well formed bulbs, while those from shallow worked ground are hardly large enough for pickling. Ia working soil daeply a mis take ia sometimes made by bringing tho bot tom spit of cbyey soila to the surface instead of turning it over in tho bottom of the trancb, aud working in some strawy manure to tct mechanically on the soil in the way of making it more porous. I a lighter soUb the boUom spit may be brought to the Buffac3 if not too poor, but a good test of Its fertility Is to plau *? 8 )me lettuce, and, if they do well, It may ba regarded s...

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

THE SHEARERS' UNION. At the annual meeting of the Shearers' Union held on 30th ult. at Casterton, the following was the result of the voting on the questions submitted by authority of the convention : — Are you in favor of adopting the new constitution to include Queensland, the A.W.U. and the increase of contributions of shearing members to the same rate as now paid by our Queens land brethren, such increased contribu tion only taking effect for 1897?— Yes 15, No 71. Do you favor portion of such iucreased contributions being used for estab'ishing co operate land settlements ? Yes 18, No 69. Are you in favor of sheariug under the same conditions as to agreements for 1896 as in the present year ?— Ye3 82, No 6. In the event of the Pastoralists' Union not comiDg to an amicable settlement with tbe A.W.U. before the next general conference, are you in favor of the Union framing and enforcing its own agreement for the next shearing season ? — Yes 33, No 53. Name the maximum salary to be ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HANDLING OF THRESHED GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE HANDLING OF THRESHED GRAIN. (AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE ) Thfl following passage occurs In one of Dr. Cobb'a private letters : — ' When I eee a farmer go to his nearest market town several miles distant, pay 5-1. each for bags by the waggon load, take them home and put them awry in a dry place until wanted, then once more carry them out to the field, fill them with grain, cew them up, and, if bo is a careful man, label each bag eeparately, lift the begs of wheat on to a high dray, take them to his barn, unload them, stock them, and ibon later on lift them down agaic, rip them open, clean the grain by machinery, bag it up again, label the bage again, stack them once more until ouch time as the market price suits him ; when I Bee him, having made a Bale, unatccking them once more oeveral weeks later, sewing up tho holes the mice have gnowed meatiwhile, lifttDg them again on to his high dray and off again one by ona at the railway ebed ; when I bco the grain leaking out through burated, ...

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

A RABBIT BATTUE. The Hamilton Spectator says : — 'A highly successful rabbib battue was en gjged in by some half-a-dozen gentlem' n last week, who in one day managed, by shooting and otherwise, to knock over some 3000 bunnies. It is not necessary to mention on which station this whole fale slaughter occurred. Suffice to say that they shot and shot until their amuni tion was exhausted, being at the same time engaged in driving rabbits into a sort of culd-i-sac, formed by wire-netting, out of( which the buarjies were not know ing enough to emerge. In this extensive trap some 800 of them were knocked on the head. The best tolly was made by Mr. W. Moodie, jun., who scored 386 cotton-tails, but Mr. J, M'Lellan was close up. It is a moot point how many rabbits equal a sheep so far as consump tion of grass is conccned. In California, according to an American paper, tho number has been given as five. If this is correct the American rabbit must be a monster, a survival from the Megatherium p...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STACKING THE WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

STACKINC_THE WHEAT. Ia the districts where stacking Is necessary skill is required In order to prevent damage from rain, which comes to ua eo fn qiently during the harvesting limo. Assuming that our wheat is goiDg to thrash out 15 bushels per acre, then to make a atack to contain the harvest of 20 acres of land, saplings may be laid down on a dry site to include a epace of of XL yards by 7£ yards. We commence to stack by setting a atook of sheaves Bimilar to those iu the field, about half-way along, in the centre of the foundation. This, In a rick of the sfzj mentioned, would mike a stook 10 yards in length. Against thia. foundation stook the builder continues to place the sheaves in the name position, but with a gradually lowering angle as the outside is approached. The corners should be made round, as they stand better than square corners, and are easier done. When tho outside of the foundation haa been nearly reached all round, we proceed to lay the first outside course of oheavo...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE OIL AND FIBRE INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE OIL AND FIBRE INDUSTRIES. In view of the removal of the Dew machinery plant to Bairnadale, Mr. Knight, the expert oi the Agricultural Department, Is engaged in a tmr of inspection through the district of the oil and fibre crop?, which include sunflower, fliX, rape and hamp. This ia practically the first year in which these crops have been grown, because the result of tho small experi mental crops of last year were devoted to feed ing Btock, and a vast area of country in the rich, low-lying tract3 along the Mitchell acd other rivers is now occupied with sunflower aad fliX. This inspection is rendered necessary under the bonus regulations. Mr. Kaight bos found that, in consequence of the extreme drought which haa been general throughout tha colony, a large percentage of the seeds applied for have not been sown. This applite to the oil seeds and the fibre crops about equally. The linseed crop has suffered con siderably by the drought, but the growing of flax will assume large dimeu...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE USE OF WATER AT MEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE USE OF WATER AT MEALS. Opinions differ as to the effect of the free digestion of water at meal times, but the view moat generally received is probably that it dilutes the gastric juice and so retards diges tion. Apart from the fact that a moderate delay in the process ib by no means a dis advantpg*, as Sir William Roberts has shown in his explanation of the popularity of tea and coffee, it is more than doubtful whether any such effect is in reality prcdnced. When ingested during meals, water may do good by washing out digeBted food, and by- expos- ing the undigested part more thoroughly to the re -ion of the digestive ferments Pepsia is a catalytic body, acd a given quan tity will work almost indefinitely, provided the peptonos are removed as they are formed. The good fffict of water drutk freely before meals has, however, another beneficial reeult ,; — it washes away the mucus which is secreted by the mucuous membrane during the interval of repose, and favors peristalsis of the...

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

YOUR HOME, I There is all the difference in the world be* I tween a house and a home, though there are E peoplewhodon'tseemto be aware ofit. A house 1 will keep you dry in rainy weather, find you a 1 place for eating and sleeping, and . not mDch 1 more whether it be a hut or a mansion. But i a home will be a ietuge for you from the 1 troubles of life, the place where you will renew 1 your strength for the fight, the spot round watch your children's affection will cling when you have passed from them, and the memory of you, and of that home — if you and it are what they should be — will be a strength to them in more years to come than you know off. Make it bright, inside and ouf. Are you la the country ? Is yoar'a one of thoBe dwell ings we have seen, where a slab or iron roof shows gaunt and bara to the summer sun, with oat a leaf to relieve it or a flower to give color and beauty ? Does the litter of the wood heap and the poultry come almost to your door 1 Are there no poles to be ...

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

CURE FOR BURNS_AND SCALDS. Dr. B. H. Brodnax writes as follows to tb.9 Popular Science Nexus (New Yorfe) r— Take pure undiluted carbolic acid ; with a feather or fine brush paint the burned or scalded sur face extending a little over the ec'ge, where the wounded surface is not bare. Pain. inBtantly ceases, and, if care he takeu, no further dress ing is required; but a light tissue of lint cotton and one roil of bandoge will insure from contusions, &c. Dr. 0 H AUif, who read the original article, remarked : — ' To my mind it Is oua of the boldest ventures in all snrgery. To think of applying to a raw and agonising burn that which would fcald a healthy cuta neous surface, would seem to the unrsfl ctive mind a reckless and cruel act; but when we consider that a raw burned surfsca is painful from its exposed not ve filaments, and that the strong Bcid combining with the albumen. of the tissues forma a eating that excludes the air, while at the same time it benamb3, para-, lyses, ...

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

Best Fdnilyy^fledicine Sick H^^fe^ons^ptiorff OYSPEpC Uvlii Y fiUBLES. Purely Vegetable^ Easy to Take* The delicate sugar-coating of Ayev's Pills dissolves immediately on reaching the stonv acli, and permits the full strength of each Ingredient to bo speedily Jissiinilated. As a purgative, either for travellers or us a family jneilloino, Ayer's Pills aro tho best iu tho world. Mndo by Dr. J.O. Ayor & CcLo-ivon.Miias./tJ.S.A. JIIG^E3TJIWA.BD3 ATJKEB World's Great Expositions. ESP' Unwaro of clioap Imitations, Thomim'6. —Aycv'B Plllu — la ptywu Ju iUo tflnaa of ou«ll , . ? of our buttlowi ? 1 ?

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THE CARE OF DAIRY UTENSILS, [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE CARE OF DAIRY UTENSILS, When dairy utensi.'s are rightly cired for, they need nover become grease-soaked. I have had a 20 gallon churn in uge for nearly oeven years, aud it is sa sweet and clean iuaide 03 when new, while tho poliuh on the inside aid on the outeide is quite as bright as a new churn, for which it Is often taken. Ic Is never out of doora to sun and air ; neither are any of my utenslla. After the butter comes from the churn — which, by the way, comes in granular form and is washed in brine and clean water '—there is barely a traca of grease in the churn. A ^ftliou uf old, wates, ia poured ivt \?gU I—— UllllliUtlWI IBBBOm Illlllll I Hill MBMIMMIIMlllllUIMMMBjaB shaken around, especially about the corners where the covers fasten down, letting the steam escape through the vent hole and then drawn off, no cloth or brush being used inside. , A cloth wrung out cf hot Water ia then used to carefully wipe the outside, tho greatest cara , . ' being taken to cleanse around th...

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

POULTRY NOTES. ( AGRICULTURIST ) The late hot weather will cause your fowt« houses and fomh to be infested with vermin, if constant attention ia not paid to cleanlinesp« It ig in ' keeping ' them down that success ia achieved. On:e they are allowed to accumu late in the fowl-penB it ia almost impossible to get rid of them. The moat successful remedy I have found Is lime-wash made of fresh lime, carefully put into all the crevlcaa and the cracks in the perches, aud any place they would he likely to hide in. CommeDcs killing off all your own fowls to make room for your young ones, which should be well attended to and kept growing. By - this maans you will have large, healtbyt vigorous fowla. Separate the pullets from the cockerele, and any intended for show purposes should be removed from pen to pen. Tn:8 will prevent them from laying loo young and getting stunted in their growth. Pen all your show cockerels together. Wheo young keep them together and they get united and do not fight ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DRUIDS' GALA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

DRUIDS' GALA. Tha twonty-sevouth annual gala and art union of the United Aocieat Order rf l-ruids ia an nounced to take place in Melbourne on Easter Monday. There is £1600 to be distributed in prize?, the (i'st of which takes the form of a' trophy, vclae £1000. the manufacture cf which will be left to the luckv winner, who can havn the prize made up into beautiful new sovereigns if so desirous. There are also about 200 other priz.ja, Tho previous S'icces-i and fairness of this art union, togetter with the fact that the proceeds wi 1 bs devoted to chority, should be sufficient cau«a i*v a teord s»le of ticket?, *hit:h in.iy be obtained from all the agen;a throughout New South Wales, the pec etanes of the d'ff-irent bodiaa of the Order, and the prin* cip*l fhorkeopes and tob-iccanists of t^e city. The drawing takes place at tbe Hibernian Hall, Melbourne, in the presence of the press an-) sub scribers. All tickets hnv,ri ihe same chance, whether used to enter to Frieadlj Societies or n...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REGENT QUARTZ REEFING DEVELOPMENT AT BRIGHT. THE HARRIETVILLE REEFING FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

r THE REGENT QUARTZ REEFING ? DEVELOPMENT AT BRIGHT. ?;....'. ? © ? ;? THE HABBIEIVILLE BEEPING FIELD. The report of the speeches at the banquet - ? tendered a few weeks ago by Mr. T. Q. Davey, Piesident of tho Sbire of Bright, to the members ~ of the Australian Institute of Mining Engineers, 1 when the richneBB cf the newly discovered quartz - reefs near the head waters of the western branch of tbe Ovens River was dilated upon by several speakers, and the appearance in the newspapers of occasional p ragraphs relating to the value of the new fields, has aroused a deep interest throughout mining circles, both near and iiv in tbe recently discovered retflag El Dorado. That the Crescent, Victory, Big Gun, Little Gun, Cannon, etc., reefs should furnish themes for ' universal conversation can hardly be wondered at when the average crusbings from oae of the reefa named since it came into the possession of the Crescent Co has averaged— omitting frac tion's^ — SJoz, to the ton for some ston...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ITALIAN WAY OF KEEPING TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE ITALIAN WAY OF KEEPING TOMATOES. The tomatoes, fully ripe, are washed, thrown into a deep earthen preserving pan, crushed a little with a wooden spoon, and stewed gently until thoroughly cooked, when they are strained with pressure, leaving only the Bkins and seeds. This pulp is flavored with salt and pepper, which increases the likelihood of keep ing by their antiseptic properties, and put in common bottles filled within half an inch of the cork. A teaspoonful of pure salad oil ia poured on the top of the puree, and the coik touches the oil, which effectually keeps the ait - from the contents. The cork is sealed with any bottling wax, and a more complete protic« tion cannot be devised. Fruit put up in this way and stored in a cool, dry, datk place will keep any number of years.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING AT NYMAGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

MINING AT NYMAGEE. The warden's clerk at Nymagee has forwarded to the Mines Department a report on the prospecting grant of £62 10s. made to Messrs. Kinnear and parry for the sinking of a shaft about nine miles south-east of Overflow, near Nymagee. The report says tbe shaft has been Bunk lOOfc, and a lode of carbonate of lead ore with a great quantity or gossan stuff forma the hanging-wall to 50ft. The shaft then goes through the lode in a westerly direction for 5O.'t. Continuing, the report says: — 'There is no mistake that there is a very large body of ore in this locality. The party have now let a contract of 100ft. driving from the bottom of this shaft 50ft. east and 50ft. west, as they consider the lode extends across the hill. They have seven mineral leases on the line of lode, and have sunk three other Bhafts of 50ft., 61 ft , and 70ft. withiu the space of one mile on this line of lode on the seven blocks applied fur. Of the various assays made of the lode in the prospector's...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. A terrible accident occurred at Diehard Creek on the Qraf.on-road, at dusk on Friday evening, whereby a young man named John E. Mantbey came to a most Unt'mely end (reports the Glen Tnnes Examiner). The spot where the unfor tunate fellow met his death is a most dangerous place, the ravine into which he fell being 30ft. deep. A magisterial inquiry was held, and the following evi dence taken will s'sow how the sad mishap was brought about. On Friday deceased and bis mates — Sidney Stidolph, James Pugh, and George Lacy — were working at the Big Hill repairing culverts. At about a quarter to 6 the deceased pro posed that the party should go for a bathe, and they went to Diehard Creek, near the road, and clo^e to the waterfall, for that purpose. Manthey went near the top of the cliff to undress, when Sti dolph sang out, ' Jack, are you going to bathe there ?' Deceased replied that he was, and cautioned by his mates to be careful. Stidolph, Pugh, an...

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