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A MARRIAGE DISTURBED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

A MARRIAGE DISTURBED. Some excitement was caused io. the Ppman Catholic Church at Eylstone on Saturday on the orcasion of the marriage oi Mr. John Sheehan and Miss Annie Morrissey, two well-known residents of Eylstone, Culal, and Mudgee districts. The church was packed by the friends and the public, but when the bridal party appeared, Dean O'Dovan announced that no marriage would take place, because the bride was only 20 years of age. This statement caused much general commo tion, and the bridemaids joined with the bride in Bhedding tears. Remonstrance was, however, unavailing, and the bride groom, determined that the wedding Bhould not be frustrated, dec:ded to walk across tbe road to the Wesleyan Church to ascertain whether another clergyman would perform the ceremony. But the Rev. Mr. Furner would not listen to him, and so once more aa appeal had to be made to Dean O'Dovan, and the issue of the interview was awaited with the utmost interest by the bride and a large crowd of frien...

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

TRADE IN SYDNEY. A Sydney correspondent writes: — 'Trade, as usual, at the end of the month is very quiet. This month it is quieter than usual because of the immense quan tity of goods which were delivered when the duties came off at tho New Tear Some improvement is looked for at tho beginning of February. Prices -f wool and wheat are higher than laat year, and tho few stock owners and wheat growers who have been favored with a fair season or a fair crop are doing better than they have been for some time past. But the position of many of the remainder, who have suffered ruinous losses and who have little or nothing to Bell, is not at all unenviable, more especially as there is reason to fear that we may now be at the commencement of a succession of dry years. The manufactories which were protected under the old, or Dibba, tariff seem for the most part deter mined to struggle on without its assistance. It may seriously be ques tioned, however, whether they will be able to live in the...

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

A SHAKE STORY. For eevoral days the family of Mr. M. Bell, tho well-known superintendent ot the National Park, were greatly exercised concerning the absence of the household ! caS Tom had never been so long away bsfore. On Anniversary Day, however, tho mystery was cleared up in a remark ably novel manner. In the small pad dock below tin superintendent's house a large snake of the diamond species Was S-jen coiled up basking in the mild rays of the sun. An employee of the park, procuring a suitable stick, stealthily ap proached the reptile a^.d dealt it a fatal blow. Its abnormal circumference sug gested a post mortem examination, which was duly performed. The snake measured 9ft. 8in. in length and 13in. in circum ference. Upon being opened the missing cat was found intact, tail and all — vul- garly speaking, swallowed holus bolus. An experienced busbraan says he has often watched ordinary-sized snakes swal low frogs twice their own apparent girth, and thus described it: — 'They Bmear...

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

THE CIVIL SERVICE. People who have been in the habit of exerting political influence to get their nominees appointed to the Public Service are beginning to feel a bit anxious and annoyed. The Ministers to whom they address their requests now refer them to the Public Service Board, and the com missioners do not appear to be nearly so pliable as is desirable. Some of these gentlemen openly declare tbat the patron age was an indirect form of payment for services rendered, and that if they are not to exercise some influence as formerly, the services will not be rendered. All these dangers tbe Ministry of course courted when they established tbe board. It is earnestly to be hoped that they will stand fast in the position they have assumed. The board have already effecttd one small piece of retrenchment. They have ap pointed as the secretary Mr. Charles Lyne, formerly secretary of the Public Works Committee. To his successor, who will aW be appointed from the public service, they will pay...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29. NEWMARKET HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

V.R.G. AUTUMN MEETING. \]^ Fibst Day.— Satubday, Febbuaky 29. , , newmakket handicap. - - -' Of 20 sovs, each, with 600 sovs. added ; second, - '„.,-'' 100 sovs ; third, 60 bovb, Three quartern .''-.' of a mile. . * *_-'--' First Acceptances, ~i Bt lb. st.lb. Hova ? 10 7 Acton ? 7 9. ErlKing ... 9 12 Hughie ... 7.-9 Solanum .... 9 5 Bloodwood ... 7 9 ,- „ Whokawatea ... 9 3 Pilatus ... 7 8 Challenger ... 8 13 Geheana ... 7 8 's Cmrallie ... 8 12 Raymond ...7 7- - Ekwick - ... 8 11 Brungle ...77,, Laundress ... 8 10 Nobody ... 7 6- '' Tiistream ... 8 9 Coronation ... X 6 Warpaint ... 8 8 Mercia ... ... 7 5 Moorite ... 8 7 Jubilant ..,7 5 Common ... 8 7 Monard .. 7, 5 Carlton ... 8 7 Cabin Boy ...7 & Lord Chas.Scott 8 7 Parthia ... 7 3 Asotvale ... 8 6 Homespun ... 7 3 Kallara ... 8 5 Trentham ... 7 3 The Parisienne 8 5 Mundiya ... 7 3 Rosetta ... 8 5 BeauBrummel.. 7 2 -- Thunderer ... 8 3 Saddle Up ... 7 2 Foliage ... 8 3 Bung Bung ... 7 1 Badegeree ... 8 1 Glenore ... 7 0 De...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECOND DAY.—TUESDAY, MARCH 3. AUSTRALIAN CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

Second Day.— Tuesday, Mabch 3. AUSTRALIAN OUP. Of 20 bovs. each, with 600 bova. added ; second* 100 sov. j third, 60 sovs. Two miles and a - quarter, First Acceptances. - st. lb. Bt lb. Havre ? 9 7 Idolater ... 7 g Hova ? 9. 7 Earlston ... 7 3 Q'liver ? 9 6 Kirkby ... ... 7 2 The Admiral ... 9 0 The Enchanter. 7 ' 0 Music... ... 8 10 Trentside ,. 6 13 Preston ... 8 10 Lord Richmond 6 11 Wallace ... 8 10 Taurus... ... 6 9 Waterfall ... 8 5 Trentham ... 6 - 9 Dreamland ... 8 3 De Vere ... 6 7 - Acmena ... 8 2 Damien ... 6 7 Cbcsterman ..^Ji 2 Wolf ? 6 7 * - Eiswick- .... 8 0 Lucid ? 6 7' Nuda ... „. 7 9 Laura ... ... 6 1 c Fort ... ... 7 5

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

TURF NOTES. f By Atlas.) The fall programme of the Albury Racing Club appeared in last week's Banner. Some of the prizes have been reduced, but the Albury Gap prize remains at £50, and the St. Patrick's Day iB worth £30. On the first day there are six items on the programme, viz. : — First Hurdle liace, 15 sovs. ; Trial Stakes, 10 sovb. ; Albury Cup, 50 sovs ; Welter Handicap, 10 sovs, ; Selling Stakes, 10 sov3. ; Tabletop Handicap, 15 sova. Second Day. — Second Hurdle Bace, 15 rovs. ; Fiyiog Handicap, 15 sovs ; St. Patrick's Hindi cap, 30 sovs. ; Ladies' Bracelet, valued 10 sovs. with 10 sovs. added ; Auction Stakes, 10 sovs ; 'FareweU Handicap, 10 sova. Mr. G. H, Rox burgh, the secretary to tha club, will receive nominations for First Hurdle Race, Albury Cup, Second Hurdle Race, and St. Patrick's Handicap, up to 6 p.m. on 26th February. The races take place, as usual, on 17th and 18fch March. On Monday night next the entertainment in aid of the Albury Racing Club funda will be hel...

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

GENERAL SPORTING. The Victorian League of Wheelmen held their first meeting on Saturday last. The final in the different events resulted as under :— Novice Handicap, one mile— W. Wilson, GSydfl., 1 ; J S. Wilkie, 55yds., 2 : A. B. Mos3. 60vds.. 3: time, 2m:n. 34 4 5sec. Second class Handicap, oue mile and a half— T. C. Fisher, 25yds , 1 ; «. J. M'Lean, 30yds., 2 ; L. B Scharp. 30yds , 3 ; time, 3miu. 54 3 53ec. International Scratch Race, one mile— O. Porta (Daly), 1 ; D. J. Kirk, 2 ; J C. Fitzgerald, 3. Porta, who was chal lenged at the home turn by Parsons, put on wonderful pace, and won by a length an a half, Parsons finished a good fourth. Time, 2min. 51 2 53ec. L. V. W. Cup, first £100, second £20, third £5 two miles. The final in this race will berun off to-morrow. Fir- 1 heat— A. H. Clinton, 1 j H. Jnmes, 2 ; E. Jones 3 ; D. J. Kirk, 4. Second Heat— 0. B. Kellow, 1 j W. Carter, 2 ; J R. Anderson, 3 ; J Carpenter 4. Third heat — D. J. Walker, 1 ; J. T Kuhle, 2; T. C. Fi3cher, ...

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

ALBURY V. WODONGA. A fairly good crowd assembled on the local F round on Saturday last to witness the above match, the attraction being the anticipation of seeing a couple of intercolonial cricketers play ing. However, only one — Sid. Donaboo — to k part in the game ; Harry Graham, who was to have broken the journey at Albury, did not stay, as he was to take part in the match Melbourne v. St. Kilda. Donahoo made top score for Wodonga (16), when he hit out rather softly at . one of Selk's deliveries, and was oaught by Wood. Up tf.ll this Donahoo played sterling cricket, keeping tha bill well down along the pround, never giving the semblance of a chance For Wodonga, Duncan and Barber were the only other batsmen to get into double figures. and the last wicket fell for a total of 78 inns. Selk bowled splendidly for Albury, ' BecuTing 10 wickets for 42 runB; Schmiedt takiog 2 for 29. Barrows and Hawkins opened the baiting for Albury, but did not remain together very long. Burrows after ....

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE V.R.C. AUTUMN HANDICAPS. NEWMARKET HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE V.R.C. AUTUMN HANDICAPS. (Anticipations by ' Steeling 'v NEWMABKST HANDICAP. Hova ia, of course, t p weight, with lOsfc. ?lb. \ it ia a big weight, but stfll he should beat Erl King and Solanum ; Mahee has retired from both races, but Whakawatea, with 93t. 31b., might trouble him. Challenger is asked to do more than Carbine was capable of, for he, as a three-year-old, failed with 8st. 10lbM and Cou rallie has her fair share, Eiswick ia not hardly used. Laundress is fairly treated on last year'a form, and Tinstream and Warpaint may be held aafe by them. Moorite, at 8st. 71b., on his Oak leigh form, is very well treited. Common, is fully burdened, and Carlton has aB much as be is likely to struggle under. Lord Charles Scott may not like the weight, for ha is a bit hollow backed ; bat Ascot Vale is fairly thrown ia when it is remembered that with some pounds more he cut the journey out in lmiu. 14soc, and he is still a youn* horso. Kallara, The Pari« sienne, and Rosetta are held sa...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE ADVENT OF THE WORKLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THE ADVENT OF THE WORKLESS. A Burrangong journal has tbe follow ing: — 'The S.M. Herald is backing up Mr. Eeid in hig unfederal complaint against the incoming of the workless from other colonies. Mr. Eeid boldly states they numbered 100 a week, and tho Herald without seeking a verification of these figures urges the enactment of legislation against pauper immigration to the disadvantage of our own workers. Now, the shipping companies deny the statement that laborers are coming into the country ; indeed, they complain that the traffic has almost disappeared iu this direction. But if it be ac :epted that a hundred men are co.ning into the country weekly, surely this is not hardship when at least 500 are leaving ib for Westralia and South Africa weekly, Mr. Eeid promised to produce prosperity. Well, eurelj* he may do this more easily whea he is to provide industrial opportunities for 400 less men every week. The pros perity he promises is of a flimsy and microscopic character if the in...

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

CRICKET. ALBURY ASSOCIATION ENGAGEMENTS. February 8— Germaoton, at Germanton, February 15 — Germanton and Uulcairn, at Albury. February 22— Benalla, at Benalla. ' February 29— Talgarno, at Talgarno. March 7— Ooiows, at Albury. March 14— Batnawartha. March 21 —Benalla, Rt Albury. April 3, 4— East Melbourne, at Albury.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF AN OLD BATHURST RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

DEATH OF AN OLD BATHURST RESIDENT. A familiar and respected figure is re moved from our midst in the person of Mr. Michael Wallace, whose death oc curred on 'Wednesday afternoon (says the Bathurst paper). On Saturday night Mr. Wallace, who up to that time appeared hale and hearty, was seized with an apop lectic fit, from which he never rallied. The late Mr. Wallace was 74- years of agp, ana a native or JKopcommon, Ireland, lie arrived in the colonies iu his young dajs. For twenty-one yeara ho occupied tho position of sergeant in tho Imperial Army, acd in that capacity served for a consider able period at Norfolk Island and Hobart Town. He had considerable experience in the gaol service of the colony. Fie filled the position of gaoler in the Braid wood Gaol, and was first-class warder at; :Diiiiiiissn8H&n&&rai Darlinghurat. Arriving in Batburat 2$ years ago, Mr. Wallace took up the duties of senior warder in the gaol, and a few years ago was promoted to the ra...

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

BRIDGE BUILDING. The Minister for Works, Mr. .T. II. Young, has had eoine interesting figures prepared, showing tho amount of work done by his dejmrtmont in tho way of bridge-building during tlio year 1895. He finds that during 1895 tho depart ment let contracts for the building of 161* bridges, costing £95,050. Placed end to e,nd thest) bridge* wou'd extend in ft straight lino for ,i dieiiuico of i-o leeutlmu S-J- miles. Jn addition to the construction of these new bridges the. department ex pended no less than .£4(5,000 in placing existing bridges in a state of repair. This was necessitated by the deficient ex penditure about the. year 1893, when ex isting bridges were allowed to get seriously out of repair. The coat of pre paring plans and inviting tenders for the 1G4j bridges built during J 895 amounted to only 3 9 per cent, of the cost of the contracts. And even this estimate, Mr. Young says, is Bomewhat over the mark, because a considerable portion of the time of the staff was...

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

SCARCITY OF LOADING. ' Seldom has it happened that a ship so ?well known as the Aberdeen clipper Pe ricles is in the Australian trade has had to go away without a wool cargo for Lou don. When the Pericles cleared for Antofasasta this fact was remarked up n as emphasizing the dearth in the wool market. One leading freight broker, sneaking of the matter, said, ' There are ships hare now that can never be loaded unless they cancel existing charters and go for what they cau get, namely, coal,' and he went on to Bay that in an experi ence covering many years he had ' never known steamers to quote a farthing or three eighths per pound freight for wool as they had been doiDg this season. Such a thing as tallow at 17a. Gd per t n freight was unheard of until tli* year.' A good deal of tonnage has been diverted to foreign ports this season, and the ten dency that way is yearly increasing. This he pointed out is due to the local wool eales at which foreign buyers — that is, representatives of...

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

TUBERCULOSIS. Some comments have recently been , made about the condemnation, on the ground of tuberculosis, of fat bullocks in apparently prime condition, the general impression b ing that when an animal is *? subiect to tuberculosis it is thin, wasted, and quite visibly diseased. It appears that this is by no means the case, as is well known by Eome ? recent experiments carried out by the Board of Health. 'We are informed that the Board of Health foe its own satisfaction and that of tbe paatoraliats concerned, ordered that a aeries of aniinals condemned for tuber culosis should be carefully examined in the Board's laboratory. It was further directed that no selection of the animals should be made, but that when a fat bul lock was condemned for this particular disease it should be carefully inspected for traces of tuberculosis. Nine animals were examined in this way, and ot these eix bad the complaint so well marked that when they were killed the evidence of the disease (bacillus t...

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

NEVERTIRE BORE. Mr. E. Gr Dullmnty, J P., made an; inspection of tlio Nevertiro bore, and) found that the bore is now down 23.03ffcj And water may be struck at any moment (says the Dubbo Liberal). It has taken two years to reach this depth, but then for fifteen months the men were engaged in clearing the broken piping from the bore, and also pieces of broken shafting. As soon as the bare had been cleaned out on one occasion ready for work, the shafting again broke and dropped down. The man in charge expects to tap water at any moment, as the drill is now passing through a different formation co that in which it has been working all along. The bore has caved in several places, which caused the trouble with the piping, the material through 'which the drill was working being very soft. At one stage the drill came across , a cave, and dropped a distance of 20ft. or 30fc. This soft material has not been met wilh in any other of the bores which have been put down in this district. The soi...

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JINGELLIO CREEK v. WALWA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

JINGBLLIO CREEK v. WALWA. The return match between these clubs was played at Redbank on Saturday, let February, and a good game with an exciting finish was the. result. Wal«va batted first, and made 61, of which O. Hanna made 20 by very free hitting The bowling wf A. Holmon io. this innioga was very good. Jingellic Creek made 48 in their first attempt, the Walwa bowIiDg being very strong, particularly that of O. Hanna, who took seven wickota for 15 runs. la their second innings Walwa made 52, to which Mulholland contributed a well-played 20. This left JiDgollio Creek with 6CJ runs to make, a'd about an hour to moke, tbsm in» whi«Jhj Vm^ to tbe ha?4 &U» ting of F, Holman, who made 30 in a very short time, they succeeded in doing with about two minutes and four wickets to spare. Scores :— Walwa. First Innings. Second Innings. A. Wordsworth, b A. Holman... ... 5 b F. Holman ... 2 F. Crawford, b A. Holman ? 3 b F. Holman ... 8 W. Hanna, b A. Holman... ... 0 b F. Giffiord ... 4 A...

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

MR. JUSTICE STEPHEN. His Honor Mr. Justice Stephen has returned to tbe colonv arter twelve months' holiday. He made the most of his time while he was away, and did the Continent as well as the United Kir gdooa. He went to all the show places aDd saw among other famous places Elton Hall, the Cheshire residence of the Duke of Westminster, und Blenheim, the seat of the Duke of Marlborough. This ia a famed castle, the gift of the country to the first Duke, — the great general who won so many victories for England in the ' low countries.' He had a look in afc the Dublin horse show, and visited the marvellous lakes of Killarney. Altogether, the trip waa a most enj lyabla one, and probably any of us who made it would think bo, if all the time wo were engaged on ifc, a grateful and generous country; were paying us £2600 a year and the same amount to another man to do out work.

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THURGOONA T. BONEGILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896

THURGOONA V. BONEGILLA. Tbe above teams met at Bonegilla.on Satur day, the game resulting in a win for Thurgoona, who put up a score of 85, whilst the locals made 64. Scores : — Thurgoona. Joe Day, lbw, b Studham ... ... ... 0 Weissel, c Row'ey, b Studham ... ... 12 Hore, b Studham ? ... ... 15 Jas Day, b Studlnm ? 4 W. Wignell, b Sfudham ? .'.11 Jas Hall, c B yd, b Studham ... ? 9 R. Wignell, c Rowley, b Studham ... ...11 8. King, lbw, b Rowley .„ ... ' .:. 0 G. Dallinger, b Studham ... ... ... 0 A, Hall, c Boyd, b Studham ... ... ... 2 Hill, o Kelly, b Studham ? ' ? ... 10 Couness, not out... ? 3 Sundries ? ... ?' - ... - ??? 8 Total ... ? ... ' ... 85 BONEGILLA. ' . Rowley, o and b Joe Day -.. ... ... 0 Byan, b Joe Day ? ... ' ... 11 Studham, lbw, b Hore ? .... ? ... 0 Boyd, b Joe Day ? ?' ... 7 Rowley, o Joe Day, b Hore ? » , 1 Kelly, bHore ? - ? ...,17 Nioholls, c Jaa Day, b Joe Day ... ' lx ??? 0 Foard, c and b Joe Day .... ... - ... * M. Maher, oR Wignell, b Joe-Day ? 7 Chand...

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