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PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. A painful accident occurred to Mr. ? James M'Crudden, who is residing with his mother near Eoping Poles, last week, Mr. M'Crudden came into Wagga to get a ton of flour, and was returning home with the load, when about five miles from his destination the wheel horse suddenly commenced to kick. He was standing up in the dray driving at the time, and one of the horse s hoofs, which was unshod, gave him a severe blow on the left shin, cousiDg a compound fracture. Fortu nately a lady and gentleman were driving in a buggy towards T ie Eock, and these very kindly pulled up, the gentleman took the' horse out of the dray, and lifted the injured man into the vehicle and drove him to Uranquinty. Here he waa placed in the hotel, and his brother communi cated with, and they then left f jr Wagga. He was brought to tho Advance Austra lia Hotel, and there attended to by Dr. Burgess, and is now progressing as lavouc ably as possible.
BUNGOWANNAH V. MUNGABAREENA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
BUNGOWANNAH V. MUNGABAREENA. Teatna from the above clubs met on Saturday last at Mungabareena, and after a close game Bungowannah won by two runs. The following are the scores : — Bungowannah. J. White, b Reis ? ... ... ... 5 R. White, b Reis ? 6 Jno. Chambers, b Blowers ? 5 M. Shipard, run out ... .... ... .'.. 16 Kelton, b Blowers ? 0 Ferguson, b Vile ? 11 W, White, c and b Bunton ... '... '-.'... 9 E. Shipard, run out ? .- ... ... 2 Jas Chambers, c Reis, b Vile... -- ... .... 3 Crawford, b Vile ... ? ; ? -1 H. White, not out ? '' ? 2 Muncey, b Vile ? ? ' ... 0 Sundriea ... ? 9 Total ? ... 67 MUNGABABEBNA. J. Dallinger, c Ferguson, b J. White ... 6 Cox, b Kelton ... ' ? 2 Vile, b Kelton ? '. '... 16 Blowers, c R. White, b J White ? 0 Reis, c E. Shipard, b J. White ? 0 J. M'Donaid, c and b Kelton ? ' ... 25 Ringwood, c Ferguson, b J. White ... ' ... 0 D. M'Dnnald, b Kelton ? .'' . ... 4 Bunton, b Ferguson ? 4 M Intyre, not out ? ','.. ' ??? 2 Ran, iun out ? ? .- ? 1 M. DaUioger, o ...
OUTRAGE BY LARRIKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
OUTRAGE BY LARRIKINS. The notorious ' Woolloomloo push,'* after having been practically dispersed by the police, were last Saturday night in sufficient force to make a desperate as sault upon a young fellow named David Eae, whom they left ucconscious and *J bleeding from a wound in the forehead, fiae was found in this condition in Devon street shortly after midnight with hia pockets turned inside out. The only person in the street who viewed the assault waei a resident in the neighborhood, who saw five men walking near where Eae waa found He heard a scuffb, aid the fall of a body, ands saw the men run off. Bae was a man of the utmost respectability, sober, steady, and industrious^ and it ia thought that the attack was made upon him because it was believed that he had a sum of money in his possession belong ing to his employers, Messrs. GHbba, Bright, and Co.
BERRIGAN V. JERILDERIE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
BERRIGAN V. JERILDBRIB. (ffKOM OTJB OWN OOBBBBPONDBNT.) This, the return match between the above ?' elnbB, took place nt Berrigan on Monday. It ' will be remembered that Berrigan were victorious in tbe first match at Jerilderle, nnd great interest waB centered in the return. The teamB were lairly represented, Miiuvan being an ab entte in the Jerilderie team, and Burwood in the Ber ? rigan. The visitors were suitably 6ntettaiued at ' lanch in tbe Sohool of Arts (which is ad j scent fri the ground) by the local*. Lysnght won the tojB for Berrigan and went in, none of tho bats men making a stand except Tearne, the old Worcestershire man playing in his old form for 47. For Jerilderio, Musterton played o hardhit ? ting innings for 39, with a considerable amount of luok, bb also did Lewis for the same figures, The result wos a victory for Jerilderia by one innlaga and 53 runs. At the conclusion of the. taatoh Mr. R. Gardiner presented afophy value. ffl ga i9 tlja bljjh.Qg^ iwUyKiMl epwe f...
VIOLENT GALE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
VIOLENT CALL A telegram from Wellington (N.Z.) sa) s : — ' Another violent nor'-west gale passedover Wellington on Saturday night. There was some little excitement at tho opening of the performance of Fitzgerald Brothers' London Circus. About 7 / o'clock the wind somewhat lulled,. and « the proprietors decided to open. Within a brief space of time an immense crowd had gathered within the large tent, but; by 8 o'clock the wind was blowing in heavy gusts. Suddenly a large rent waa made io. the roof, and shortly after the strong quarter poles began to break, and the public were requested to leave. For tunately nothing like a panic ensued, otherwise several must have been injured. As it was, one woman received a slight scalp wound by a falling pole, and one or two other minor injuries are reported. After the tent had been cleared the canvas was lowered and everything made Bnug.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
VITALITY RE8TORED. CLEMENTS TONIO TO THE RESCUE* ?' TIRED NATURE'S KII^D RESTORER.' BRINGS BAGJI THE HUjf OF HEALTH TO Tffia WH2 A RYjfc Y8TE M.% A posit iv^fcureMor General DobilJi|v,- Weak ness, Laasitj^&e, Hd^dacjjfe, Dieeaned pver, and all diseases arising flW|dn impoverished neivoua syotem, $ ~%fi' ' $ Mr. O,|2ahvens,,lfe^r., Blacksmith, Milton, 4urod o0' \ New 8ol!kh Wales, f^J^-Si, Vritea-of Deo. 8th, J.ndigeBti$U. ^|894 :—| desire to add njy teatiiiony^o the many.,you hjive already received to the efficacy of Clements Tonio for in digeg|j;ioa. Both my wife and self eutfered very soverely from indigestion, and had to be parti cularly careful regarding our diet. Seeing O.ernenta Tonic advertised in the local papers we gave it a trial, and after using two bottle* ara now thoroughly oared and civx oat anything, , ' I think it only right to let you know, es it may be the moMH of helping oHimb to good lmUh — the greatest of all bh siinga. I may say that before trying Cleme...
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
-'?? FLOTSAHH Mm JETSAM. (BT H.N.T.) . ?? Speak naught but kindly,' . Thanks. jto .Mr, Mandera and the gentlemen who assisted him in hie recent enterprise, the ...... Albury Swimming Baths have been proved to be . anything but what they have been designated in certain quarters — a ' white elephant.' Now, a 41 wtute elephant' is generally understood to ba ? useless sort of animal — more ornamental than useful, in fact, More shame, I nay, to those who have'allowed the baths— either by throwing ' a wet blanket' over the conoern or by carping at the trifling expense entailed in keeping them going— to fall into disuse, Sometimes we come across people who, uoleBa they have a finger in the pie, or both hands in it, immediately stait to cry that pie down to the utmost of their power, Tn justice to one gentleman who has been spoken of as a 'malcontent,' he has since explained that his idea was to have floating baths, which would be less expensive, &c,, but they were tried some 20 yea...
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
THE TO3ICIPAL ELECTIOM. THE NOMINATION. The returning officer, Alderman Hodge, at tended at the court house on Tuesday to declare the nominations received for the vacant seats in the Municipal Council. The Council Clerk read over^the list, as already published, the candidates being Messrs. D. 8. WatBOo, G. H- Ttillson, W. N. Edmondson, J. Thomas, and William Oarkeek, for aldermen j Messrs. A. A. Jones, 0. A. Conley, and J. S. HendersoD for auditors, The returning, officer announced that a poll would be taken, commencing at 8 a.m and con eluding at 3 p m. on Saturday, the 8;h February. Mr. Q. H. BillsoD, who was the firBt speaker, said this wbb hia sixth appearance as a candidate for their votes, during the 15 years in which he had represented the ratepayers, and had done his beBt for the benefit of the majority — of course it was impossible to please all. During that time he had assisted to make the town what it was — one that would compare favorably with any other of equal size in ...
DISTRICT NEWS. BERRIGAN. MONDAY, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
DISTRICT NEWS. ? BERR1GAN. fffROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.') Monday, February 3, - . ' We experienced half a gale from the 8. W. on Sunday, accompanied by the inevitable dust. Water is becoming very scarce in the dams, and numerous owners hare to drive their stock some ' distance to water. The construction of the Jerilderie to Berrigan railway has, after a considerable number of un Avoidable delays, been started, the contractors with the Government engineer having arrived with a portion of the plant at Jerilderie. Mr Timms, one of the firm, visited Barrigan last week and engaged a number of men for clearing, &c i who have already smarted work. There has been some little hitch in connection with the site for the approaching show of the local Agricultural and Horticultural 8ociet7. It appears that Mr. Badcock, tenant of the Green ' Hills paddock, who had kindly granted the use of that site for the show, had in the meantime Bub-lefthe paddock for grazing, the sub-tenants ' wantin...
CHILTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
CHILTERN. CFBOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ' ' A committee meeting of the Chiltern Racing Olub was held at the Star Hotel on Wednesday - evening last Dr. Harkin, president, occupied - the chair, and 14 members of the committee were present. The minutes having been con firmed, the following programme was approved of :— First Day— Handicap Trial Stakes, 10 bovb. ; Galloway Handicap, 8 sovs,, 14 hands 3 inches and under ; Chiltern Handicap, 30 sovs. , 1J miles ; Selling Race, of 7 sovs. ; Flyiug Handicap, of 15 aovs , 6 furlongs ; Hack Race, 3 bovb. ; Shorts Handicap, cf 7 sovs. Second D*y — Hurdle Race, of 15 sovs., li miles ; Handicap Disposal Stakes, of 5 sovs. ; Olub Handicap, ot 10 sovs., one m-le ; Two-year-old Handicap, of 8 sovs,, 4 furlongs ; Handicap Pony Race, 14 hands 1 inch and under, of 5 sovs., J mile ; Bookmakers' Purse, of 10 sovs. The Programme Committee suggested alteiiog the dotes of the races from the flrBt selecteJ dates (20th and 2 1st March) to the 27th and 28th Ma...
COROWA. THURSDAY, February 6. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
GOROWA. . (FBOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Thursday, February 6. The first regular monthly meating of the new committee of the School of Arts was held on Wednesday evening, those present being — ' Messrs. Brewer, Ingham, Haig, Gardner, Eosen . ?- ' bloom, and Bankin, The resignation of C. B. ' Ward from the committee was received, and the election of a successor deferred till next meet ing. The election of fire trustees, appointment of two honorary auditors, passim? of some email accounts, and discuising about tbe confer ence wth the show committee to arrange for a grand bazaar during next show week in aid of iha show, constituted the nnly business. Tbe placidity of affairs in connection wiih the School of Arts ' now is in marked contrast to the disturbed condi tion of but a few short months back, and it is bo hoped it will nob mean a diminution of aub. Ecriptions and subscribers corresponding to the present apparent lack of interest. The present ''' ' committee nro said to bj determin...
CERMANTON. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
GERMANTON. (FBOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The annual meeting of the Presbyterian Ohurch Committee was held at the church on Friday evening last, a good number of gentle men being present. The balance- she- 1 was read and accepted. It showed the income to bo £360. which was considered highly satisfactory. The sum of £24 had been spent in mission woik The hon. secretary, Mr. John R--hs, was thanked for his pains and perseverance during the past year. The Rev. Alex. M'Kinlay was granted leave of absence, and will be greatly missed, as he is a great favorite and a good minister. A cricket match was played at Oulcairn or Saturday between a team from that place and Germanton, and resulted in a win for the latter on the first innings. It was a good friend'y game, and was enjoyed by a'L The Albu;y team will be here on next Saturday to play 15 of Germanton, when a good game is looked for ward to. Quite a number of wild turkeys are coming about this place. Knights of the trigger have been out ...
EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
EXPERIMENTAL FARM. The Director of Agriculture, Mr. W. S. Campbell, has returned from a visit to the Wollongbai experimental farm, be tween the Richmond and Clarence rivera. He describes the farm as being in splendid condition, and the country about the Richmond as a perfect picture. There is abundance of grass and water, and tho dairying industry is rapidly coming to the front. Ten years ago Mr. Campbell says be predicted that this would bo tho greatestdairy ingdistriet in thecolony, aud it appears that events are begiuniug to justify his forecast. Some of tho maizo in the district is already ripe, aud is being sent down to Sydhe)r. The crop is larger than was anticipated. In regard to the farm a number of experiments are being carried out which it is expected will afford information of considerable value, es pecially in regard to semi-tropical agri culturo, the soil being excellent, and tho climate woll tuited for the giv.wtk of crops requiring warm surroundings.
FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
FATAL ACCIDENT. A magisterial inquiry was recently held at Gilgandi*a (says the Warren Herald) respeciiug. the death of William Camp bell, a young man well known on the Maequarie aud Martbaguy, and from the evidence it appears that the deceased had left Collie for Gilgandra, riding one horsa and leading another, and it is surmised that the animal he was mounted on stumbled a few miles from his destination, when the one in leading, in momentary fright, pulled away, and dragged deceased from the saddle. The violence of the fall probably, and perhaps mercifully, 1 ft the unfortunate rider unconscious, for he must have laia exposed to the pitiless sun for at least eight or nine hours, as when discovered bis face was turned upwards to the blazing sky, but scorched and black ened to be almost unrecognisable. He was still alive when found, but only eur vived a tew minutes. Deceased was well known as a one timo mail carrier and shearer in this district, and would be about 35 years of aj»e. ...
WATER AT YARMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
WATER AT YARMOUTH. Information ha9 been received from Yarmouth s'ntio i, near Ounnamulia, Queensland (tho property of Mr. W. N. Willis, M.L.A.), to the effort that water has been struck in tho artesian bore «t a depth of nea-ly ISOOffc. The outflow is estimated at live million gallons per diem. This flow ia equal to any yet obtained in Qiii-ensla-.d. L'iio nU- of ih..- boro uv.x ; Hrlocted by 'Mi*. \Y. 'N. \V Ilia him^olt'j with tho view of oof) only watering tho l station, but also to enable him to irrigate the flat land in the vicinity, eo as to grow - and store fodder against dry seasons. The land is a rich loamy soil, and there is fall enough fop miles around to enable the' water to reach the land by gravitation. It is estimated that fully 40 families could make. a livmg round this bora.
FISHING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
FISHING FATALITY A Whitton correspondent of the Grazier writes that a fishing fatality hap* peued there on Wednesday, whtreby an elderly man, name uokiown, lost his life. It is suppo.-ei the deceased is identical with a man who shot a rabbiter at Moni Merriual statijo, near Hillston, eighteen months ago. Deceased was fishing near another man earned Foster, w- en his lno became caught on a log. lie stripped off his clothes avid went in to unloosen the line, when ho was seen to struggle aud sink. The oilier fisherman went to hi? rescua and caught hold of him when he came to the top. Deceased struggled with Foster and pushed him away aud sank again, having got entangled ia the. fishing lines, and was drowned. The body was found aoou af er in bix feel; of water
LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
LOST IN THE BUSH. 1 A lad named Norman Patemai, aged IS year?, who, with some companion', was camping on the Hawkesbury . on Anniversary Day, went out with one of the party to look for wallabies in the swamp. His friends returned, but he has not been seen eince. The services of two black trackers have been secured, and, though they did not find the missing lad, marvellous to relate after keeping oh tracks which they believed ti be his they found a poor old maa who had been lost in the ranges, and who had lain down to die after having subsisted on water and grass for four dayp. The old fellow had covered his face with his hand kerchief ,- and was quietly awaiting the end whea di covered. With attention he recovered, . and was taken on to his deatination. As yjuag Pateman had a gun and cartridges it is hoped that he will be enabled to subsist until he is found.
THE TANTANOOLA TIGER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
THE TANTANOOLA TIGER. The residents on the Abefedly River, about 12 miles north of Walhalla, re ceived a scare las'; Saturday by the ap pearance of the Tantanoola tiger. The particulars obtainable show that a young man named Beardmore was engaged in; a homely occupation of conveying clothes , on a mule down to the river, where his i sister was washing. Suddenly a large I animal was noticed moving in the bush, I and the mule at once pulled up and de- I clined to budge an inch. Beardmore, I rising to a sense of his peril, threw a I handy weapon at the monster. The sup- 1 posed tiger growled, and the mule, becom- I ing alarmed at the menacing no;s9, turned I on his heels and went flying back to the I house, leaving Beardmore face to face with I the stranger — a position he maintained 1 no longer than was essential to a critical I inspection of the new z)o'ogical specimen. i Shortly afterwards Mias Beardmore came I running back to the house considerably I perturbed by the animal, which ...
TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
TUMBARUMBA. (FROM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The regular monthly meeting of the Progress Committee was held at the committee's room, Union Hotel, on Monday, Dr. Johnson in the chair. The minutes of lasc general, also of a special meeting, were read and confirmed, 'lhn special meeting referred to was called for the purpose of giving some commissions to Mr. S. F, Ramsay, which he has promised to attend to whilst in Sydney fulfilling hia trust as delegate at the mining confei'enoe. Amongst other items he will see about making the short cut road l- Tooma fit for vehicular traffic, road to Kiandra, railway to Hutnula, and appointment of J.'sP. for Tnmbarumba, The following correspon dence was received and dealt with :— 1. From the resident roads engineer, declining to rake off the metal on the road near the nv.ll hill, and giviDg satisfactory reasons tor his decision in iho matter. 2. From Public Works Department, stating that there is no possibility of £10,000 baing spent in making a road ...