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TRADE WITH MANCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
TRADE WITH MANCHESTER. The Mioister for Mines and Agricul ture, Mr. Sydney Smith, ha3 received from the Agent-General a copy of a circular letter from the Manch-stei Chamber of Commerce pointing out the advantages of Manchester a3 a distri bution port for Australian produce. The circular specially points out tbe cheapness with wbich produce can be distributed from Manchester to the large towns in that part of England as com pared with the cost of sending it by way of London, the Manchester Ship Canal offering great facilities in this resprct. It is also explained that the Corporation of Manchester has erected extensive cold stores capable of holding 120,000 carcases, and that this accommodation will prob ably be extended.
THE UNEMPLOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
THE UNEMPLOYED. Thus tho S. M* Herald, with reference to tho proposal that tho Government should provido work for the unemployed : — ' ISvury public mau who has given the least attention to the subject knows, that it is impossible for any Government to J aasume the absolute responsibility of pro viding work for the unemployed. Such a course, if persisted in, would convert the whole community into a gigantic poor law union for the maintenance of the floating poverty of the world. Every in centive to independent labor w uld be taken away by the provision of light Ge yornment employment for all who cho-e to ask for it, and the conditions by which private enterprise' is supported and awarded wou'd be destroyed. Tbe last condition of such a community would in evitably be worse trnn its first.'
SPORTING. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
SPORTING. RACES TO COME. Cootamnndra — February 12 and 13. Junee — February 19 and 20. Tenaora — February 26 and 27. Q-undagai — March 10 and 11. Corowa — March 13. Albury — Marcli 17 and IS. Nominations for Oup, both Hurdle Races, and St. Patrick's Han dicap, February 26. Omeo — March 17 and 18. Chiltern— March 2J and 21. Bnrraugong (Young)— March 24 and 25. Tumut — March 25 and 26. Narandera— May 6 and 7.
THE WAIRARAPA DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
THE WAIRARAPA DISASTER. The monument in memory of the stewardesses who lost their lives in the Wairarapa while unselfishly performing their duties, is now in position in the Northern Cemetery, at Dunedin (N.Z.), and occupying an angle at the main entrance, is the first to meet the eye ot the visitor. It is of white marble on a granite base, asd bears the following in scription : — In memory ot Charlotte M'Donald, Annie Macquaid, aud Lizz:e Grimrod, stewardesses, who were drowned ii the wreck of t^e steamer Wairarapa, Great Barrier Island, 29th October-, 1891. Erected by the stewardesses in the U.S.S. Company's service.' At the toot of the granite an anchor-shaped wreath of roses and forget-me-nots has been laid. The whole of the money was collected by the stewardesses.
THE GOBARRALONG BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
THE GOBARRALONG BRIDGE. Mr. J. F. Barnes, M.L.A. for Gundagai, has received tho following letter from the Works Department: 11 Sir, — With reference to your letter in regard to the proposed erection of a bridge over the Murrumbidgee Eiver at Gobarraloner, aud to the application ma'le for an additional grant for expenditure en the road from Coolac to Gobarralong, I am directed by the Secretary for Public Works to inform you that it is anticipated the plans, &e, in connection with the bridge will be sufficiently far advanced io admit of tenders being invited within one month. With, regard to the road, I a-n to say that the sum of £100 has been voted for expenditure for the year 1895-6, as against £75 voted for 1895, which sum is considered sufficient to meet require ments.— I have, &c, W. C. M'Lachlan, Acting Under-Secretarr.'
RUTHERGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
RUTHERCLEN. 1 (KROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) It is with extreme regret I note the death of Mrs. G. F. Morris, of Fairfield. The deceased was one of the oldest residents of the district Her kind and noble nature caused her to be esteemed and respected by all who knew her. Her illness has baen a long and painful one. She died in Melbourne, and her remains were brought to Rutherglen by the 10,30. train on Saturday night, and then to Fairfield The &nbsp; funeral took place at 2 o'clock on Sunday and her remains were interred in the Chiltern ceme- &nbsp; tery. Mr. Morris and a grown-up family is left to mourn their loss. The weather still continues very dry with heavy wind storms, but is much cooler. The vineyards are looking well, being free from all diseases. The vintage will start the first week in March, bsins: earlier than for many years. Goud grapes are fetching fair prices in Melbourne. Mining ia still very quiet, and will l-e for a time. Norih Prentice a'nd the Wab...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
Announcements. FAGAN.—At Albury on the 5th inst., Marcella, the youngest daughter of John Fagan, "Good- wood," Walbundrie, aged 20 years. Deeply regretted. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; IN MEMORIAM &nbsp; &nbsp; PRICE.—In loving remembrance of our dear son, &nbsp; Thomas James Price, who died at his parents' residents, Urana, on the 8th February, 1893, aged 22 years. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; "Tis hard to think dear Tommy That you should go so son; &nbsp; But, although you've gone, we know 'tis best, For heaven is now your home. May you possess that holy crown God's chosen people wear; &nbsp; &nbsp; In heaven above where all is love, We hope to meet you there. —Inserted by his loving parents J., and M, A. Price. PRICE.— In loving remembrance of my dear brother, Thomas James Price, who departed this life at his parente's residence, Urana, 8th February, 1893, aged 22 years. He has go...
NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 7 February 1896
NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. :-:~ A little bird has whiepsrod to me that there - 'r~* are dissensions In the single tax camp — that -i ' w-- ' the little clan of illuminati banded together _ „-„?- for the destruction of monopoly no longer ^/r-|t^ display that unanimity of purpose that should '«',* re mark the proceedings of the evangelists of a l „' . new gospel. It is said that even over the j'J'- , municipal election now pending the league is - . split up into two factions. This is sad if true, but aiter all it is no more nor less than is to be expected from poor human nature, even when people unite in aupport of a principle. Professing Christians who meet together in a tabernacle to worship the Almighty, of course, have their little differences. It does, however, seam a little strange that discord should creep ia at assemblages convened for the worship of Hemy Guovgo. * ? # # Another interesting illustration of tbe man ner in which Victoria exhibits her gratitude for the opening of N...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
LATEST TELEGRAMS. (From Newspaper Press Association.) Sydney, Thutaday. The Auburn branch of the Olty Bank was broken into yesterday night, and an unsuccess ful attempt made to force open the safe. Only a few ehillnga were obtained, and the intruders decamped after Betting fire to the manager's office. John Carroll was remanded on an allegtd charge of perpetrating a mean swindle, bj Collecting money presumably for charitable purposes and appropriating it to his own use. It is probable the further hearing of the Mercadool land case will be adjourned to Sydney owing to the illness of a material wit ness, whole unable to proceed to Gunnedah. Further washaways aro reported In the Bourke district. 150 men are employed effect Ing repairs. This morning one of the piles of the tempo rary portion of the Victoria Bridge, Brisbane, snapped ; but the structure is not believed U be in real danger. All traffic was suspended for several hours, and thousands of people found- it difficult to reach t...
THE RACE CLUB ENTERTAINMENT. MONDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
THE RACE CLUB ENTIRTASN1ENT. ? o ? MONDAY NEXT. The Aurora Borealis will take place on Mon day next in Mr. Billson's paddock, Union Bridge. This enormons undertaking was to have taken place last Monday, bat was prevented by rain. As there is now every prospect of fine weather and an enormous attendance, there is no doubt that this will be one of the beet out door events ever held in the district. Mr. Handera informs us that the arrangements are complete, and that ?he mam entrance will be through the brewery gates ; also that a part of the grounds has been partitioned ot£ so that those from the country or the town who wish to drive their private vehicles may do so, but it is imperative that they should secure their tickets beforehand so that there will be no blocking at the gates. The grounds will be lit np by hundreds of lanternB and lamps ; a special concert stage has been arranged on the banks, in fact a model theatre has been fitted up. Two tracks have been made for the sports, f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
?'~y\ i ? Sales by Auction. ? :\£ GENUINE CLEARING SALE. £., HORSES, IMHJEMEtllS, Af^D SHEEP. V:. 'SWA. S 3^ .A. *37 T .A. --'* ;' . (Seven miles from Berrigan). i : ' - TUESDAY, 3rd M A R 0 H. EJ. GORMAN and Co., acting under ,in. ? Btructions fromjE. J. (Jotnwn, who has .,-T; - decided to sell the ftfcole o£ his PLANT and FARM on the shore extern, will offer by auction on the premises, ' WOODSTOCK,' Warmatta, ;- - ' at 1*j0&°0 on tnG ^iove date,.jhe following Bmojpt Implements, &o. ' 4*^ }}— . 1 ^ ;ock-|| $6 Draught B V f S 6 Light Hora/j Is If N4|^£^ootfefj*fo; ibred Ewespui lamb to Iin 900 4-tooth Mer/ ra Ewes, North Yanko bred, all one mar' *', in lamb to Lincoln rauB, IMp/eMENTS, &o ? 3 Strippers, ia?good order 1 Treadle Winnower, new Horseworks and Oho ff cutter Massey-Harris Cultivator 2 three-farrow Plonghg ?3 D.F. Ploughs 2 sets Harrows Reaper and Binder And numerous tundries, including Black* emith'a Kit. The whole of the above are for bona-fide sa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
£QAA AAA At death from i?1 /» AAA Weekly if totally Ol)lJ,lJyU accident. JblO^UUll disabled. ' . . . FOR P I! W 4 ®ff /pi ¥^w^Q4 ^ JL i iiilo Jl^vJiiyV \^i/\Jw & jyLyilililill^vV. Cash Customers ^so^iyely Free of post. The advantages of Insurance are so great thatft^^p^ijjj'e to insure, but mmy cannot ??.??? bear the expense. MATE and Co. now come to the rescue, and offer Policies free to all Cash Qua* tomers at their warehouse who purchase five shillings worth in any one depart* ment (grocery purchases to include at lee at lib. of Tea. A Free Accident Insurance Policy which holds good for seven days from date oE iBsue will be given. £50 payable at deatn from accident, or £1 weekly for ten weeks if totally disabled, which is the limit that can be covered on one life, no matter how many policies, may be held ; bat it is competent for each member of the family to hold one, hence the whole household can be insured. T. E. MATH and Oo Limited are the only merchants in the Albury ...
THE TRADE OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
THE TRADE OF SYDHEY. The import trade of Sydney continues to pre sent large figures, tns total for the week ended 8th February amounting to £349,164, against £225,159 in the corresponding week of 1895. The exports amounted to £199,722, compared with £363,648 To date since the first January the imports amounted to £1,891,161, or an in crease of £193,914 over the imports for the cor responding period of 1895. The exports this year amount to £1,604.797, compared with £2,151,495 during the first six weeks o( last year. __M_—__m_____—_««J, An old native called Charlie has murdered his wife Amy, Bged 16, at Yule Station, in the north west of Weatern Australia. He beat her with a stick and a tomahawk, and then drew ber on to a fire, Jealously is said to have been the cause el the oslrao. He baa been arree^a..
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. WEDNESDAY, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, February 12. GOLDSBBOUGH, Mout, and Co Ltd. report:— Wheat. — There is no alteration worthy of note to report in this market, the position being about the same as at the time of our last weekly,' Sellers are very loth to quit at anything under 6s, which price the town miller3 show little in clination to give, consequently paleB are re stricted The upward movement of prices in the adjoining colonies, and the general improve ment in the Home and American markets, should have the effect of strengthening this market, as it is now impossible to import wheat except at prices considerably higher than those ruling here, The deliveries by rail show signs of falling off, and from all the country stations we hear that the farmers have r early completed carting. At auction to-day the demand was in no way brisk, and buyers would not offer more than 4b lid to 4s llji, consequently very little business was done. We are quoting : — Prime milling, 4s lldj to 58 ; f...
COOTAMUNDRA RACES. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
COOTAMUMDRA RAGES. :; Wednesday, February 12. The following are the details of the racing ;— FLYING HANDICAP. -'„''-' Six furlongs. ' G. F. Plunkett's b g Orient, 4yrs, 8.12 (W. Curran) ? ,. ... l T. Gough's b g Early Morn, 5yrs, 7.10 (T. Swan) ? ... ... 2 P- Hash's b m Lottie, 4yrs, 8.4 (M. Gallagher)- .1 May Day, Token, and Konning also ran, Time, Imin. 22sec, WELTER HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. J. Banks' ch z Remission, 5 yrs. 9.5 (Bi Moran)... ... ? ? . 1 J. Kelly's b g The Bo3s Tailor, aged, 9 12 (R Piper) ? ? 2 J. O'Donnell'a b g Widgiewa, 4 yrs 8.0 . ? (M'Curley) ... '... ... ... ... 3 Early Dawn, Sunstroke, Sunfly, P.J., Hia Grace, Ouden, and Messenger were the other starters. Time, Imin. 38sec. OOOTAMUNDRA CUP. One. mile and three furlongs. E. Key's b h Elton, 6 yrs, 7.12 (H. Moran)... 1 W. E. Koyd's blk g Hiram, 8.2 (J. M'Curley) 2 W. E. Royd's br g Tricolor, 4 yrs, 8.3 (W. Curran) ... ? ... 3 Escapade, Catspaw, Robin, Miss Gladstone, Hondedew, and Evadne also staited, Time, ...
ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Bntter, lOd to Is 3d per lb Eggs, 6d to 8d per doz Ham, lOd per lb Bacon, Ed to 8d per lb. Oats, 2a 9d per bushel Chaff, 59 per cwt Potatoes, 8s per cwt Barley, 3s per bushel -,.?': Bran, lOd per buBhel Pollard, lOd per bushel,
TALLANGATTA LAND BOARD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. (Before Mr. Brennan, Land Officer.) APPLICATIONS UNDER SECTION 32. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
TALLANGATTA LAND BOARD. Thursday, February 6. (Before Mr. Brennan, Land Officer.) APPLICATIONS UNDER SECTION 32. J. T. Park, 420 acres, Bungil — Recommended. Chas. Smith, 420 acres, Bungil. — Recom- mended. M. A. Plnnkett, 163 acres, Burrowye, — Re- commended. O H. Murray, 163 acres, Burrowye — Refused, A, J. Jarvis, 920 acres, Wabba. — Refused. S. A. Whitehead, 1000 anres, Wabba.— Recom- mended, UNDER SKOTION 67. Patrick M'Gratb, 1000 acres, Bungil.— Recom- mended. Daniel Carmody, 873 acres, Gibbo.— Recom- mended. ? SPECIAL OASES. To consider the question of survey fees on Charles Nankervis's block, Colac Colac— This was a disputo concerning payment of fees, the department having no trace of such payment, while Nankervia stoutly contended they had been paid. He could produce no receipt, but held that a departmental letter (produced) was an acknowledgment. The land officer stated that the letter in question was written in error. Respondent was eventually given a month in which to pr...
MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. WEDNESDAY, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Wednesday. February 12. The ruling prices are as follow : — Pork, 3d to 6d per lb ; mutton, 1 Jd to 8Jd do ; beef, 3d to 6d per lb. Poultry. — Fowls, 2s 6d to 4a 6d per pair ; ducks, 3s to 5s per pair ; geese, 3s 6d to 6s per pair ; turkeys, 6s ta 20s per pair, Dairy Produce. — Cheese, 4d to 9d per lb ; eggnt lid to Is 3d per dozen 5 butter, 9 d to Is 2d per lb j bread, 6d to 7d per 4lb loaf ; honey, 4d to 6d per lb ; milk, 4d to 5d per quart 5 ham, 7d to lod per lb ; bacon, fid to 8d do.
THE HOP HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
THE HOP HARVEST. Hop-picking is now general in the gardens along the Ovens River, but although there are probably 100 acres more under crop this year than laBt yenr the yield will not total as much, the red spider (or hop mite) haviug destroyed many acres. Hop-growers have observed that this insect is always present in a dry season, »nd no remedy has jot been discovered. Various remedies have been triel witbont success, and Mr. James Henley, of the Richmond gardens, who is one of the oldest growers of the district, purchased an expensive spraying apparatus which has been quite useless. Mr. M'Gavin and other growers have also experimented with various sprays but they do not have effect upon the little spiders that infest the hop plants in myriads. Gardens that should now hate a bright green appearance are of a brownish red colour, and Beveral Bmall growers have crops that in a few days will not be worth picking. The crop also is not so prolific as usual, the re mit being attributable...
ALBURY FARMERS' MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
ALBURY FARMERS' MARKET. F. W. Tsue reports sales on Saturday, February 8th, as follows :— Butter (separator) Is to Is 3d per lb ; do (dairy) lOd ; eggs, 7d per doz ; bicon, 2$d td 4.}d per lb } fresh mutton, Is to Is lOd per Bide ; hindqiarters to Is 6d each ; forequarters, to 8d each ; Inmb, Is 9d per side ; corned beef, 2Jd per lb ; spiced beef (roll), to 3d per lb ; fowls, Is 4d to Is lid per pair ; ducks, to 2s per pair. Fruit and vegetables in variety at fair prices.