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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

Wednesday. February 12. The races were continued to-day in a down pour of rain, but the weather broke up in the afternoon, and everything passed off fairly well, Details :— HURDLE RACE, Of 15 sovs. Glendower, 11 3 ? „, ... 1 Greystanes, 10.13 ... ? ',,, 2 King Cole, 9 6 ... ... ... ... .„ 8 The Bridge and Glory also started^ ' PUBLIOANS'v PUB8E, . ' Of 15 soya. Pactolus, 9.3 ... ... ... ? l Pickpocket, 612... ? ... ... ? a ' Blue Blood, 7 5 ... ? 8 Blue Blood fell, and bis owner protested against Paotolus for interfering with him, bat the protest was dismissed. OBAYfflN STAKES, Of 8 BOVB. Wicket, 3 yrs ? ... .„ ,„ | Bruce, 3 yra ? ,,, „,' j Ouoia, 6 yra ? ...... ... 8 ' FORCED HANDICAP. Glenholm, 813 ? „. „, J Drover, 8 3 ... „ ? „, a Pickpocket ... - ... „, „. „, a '? gisqtuto egg. Gntlilirw ftlse iw, Won «»El)jf,

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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WAGGA FARMERS' MARKET. SATURDAY, January 18. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

WAGGA FARMERS' MARKET. f-ATUBDAY, January 18. MessTP. Tompson, Manning, and Jeremy re ' port having held their usual weekly sale on Saturday last. The following are the priceB realised :— Poultry.— Fowls, from Is to 1« 9d per pair ; ducks, Is 6d to 2s 3d } turkeyu, young 3a to 3b 6 j per pair. Dairy Produce— Batter, print Is 23 per lb, lump 9jd to lo£i J eggs, to 10£i per doz j bacon, local to 6d per lb ; chpene, 3Jd to 6jd per lb. Fruit. — Grapes, 1b 3d per quarter case, la 3d per caso of 181bs j peaches, to Is 31 per quanter C886 } nectarines, la 6d per quarter case 1 cook \rg apples, 3d per quarter gase | cooking pears Is 6d per bag ; passion fruit, Is 9d per case of lSdoz ; figs, Is to Is 3d per case. Vegetables. — Tomatoes, Is per quarter case, 281b; cucumbers, Is to Is 9d per doz; water melons, to 10s per doz ; cooking do 4s per doz ; pie do, 3a to 11s per doz Farm Produce. — Oats (brown) 2a 6d per bushel ; chaff, 4s 3d per cwt ; empty bags, 2s per doz.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SECOND DAY.—THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

Second Day.— Thursday, February 13. February Handicap.— Remission 1, Palotta 2, Redavni 3. Huudle Race —Hiram 1, Raillery 2, Gold leaf 3 Town Plate.— Elton 1,, Early Morn 2, Es» capade 3. auction Stakes.— Ouden 1, Miss Mercury 2, Grandbar 3. Farewell Handicap.— Early Morn 1, Sun stroke 2, Sunfly 3. Mr. G. F. Piunkett, oE Yerong Creek, has Bold the racehorse Oriqnt for £300.

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TALLANGATTA RAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

TALLANGATTA RAGES. The racing held on Tuesday was fairly sue* cessful, the fields were large, and everything passed ofE without a hitch, but the attendance was very poor. It rained in the forenoon, but cleared up about 12 o'clock. Appended are details:— TRIAL STAKES, '~~~ Of 10 80VB. Mr. T. Paton'a g g Blue Blood, 8 9 (Tyrrel) 1 Mr. O. A. Izon'a b g Hirunda, 8.9 (Bheece)... 2 Mr. W. Phillips's b g Bruce, 8 0 (Sullivan)... 3 PONY HANDICAP. Mr. T. Mongan's b m May, 6 10 (M'Namara) 1 Mr. J. Brown's br g Spirea, 9 8 (Hartley) ... 2 Mr. H. Bartlett's blk m Little Fish ? 3 TALLANGATTA HANDICAP, Of25sovs. Messrs. P. and W. Mitchell's b g Warwe, 5 yrs, 6.8 (Sullivan) ? . ... 1 Mr. D. Cook's b h Pactolus, 6 yrs, 8.13 (Sutherland) ? ? 2 Mr. H. Hoysted's b f Wicket, 3 yrs, 8.8 (G. Wheeler) ? ... ...- 3 ., Glenholm, Dargo, Glendower, and Pickpocket also started. Won by two lengths. SELLING RACE, Of 5 sovs. Mr. W. Murphy's Brunette, 6 yrs, 8.11 .-? 1 Mr. D. Oreighton's ch h Iola, aged, 8 9 ... 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

. ? Exhibitions. ? PASTORAL & AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY . : , For the districts of Tumbarumba and Upper Murray. THE SEVENTH .ANNUAL SHOW Will be held on N TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, MAEOH 1O & 11, At the SOCIETY'S SHOW GROUND, Tumbarnmba Parade, Tumbarnmba. Tuesday, 3rd March, last day for General Entries. Late Entries to *7th March ; fine, 2s. 6d. /— A MONGST Bev'e.|'al hundred prizes cfEcred are 'XjL the following: — OlaBg^B^^^fectionJ), — Best Maiden Hunter, to carry not lesa -|han lleyS^Tgiree fences 3ft. gin. high. Pri|;e, £5 5JJF # CJ&aaB — Secticf/ 10. — Besjjr Weight-carrying Bffinfer, not lgps than 12sb# Three fences 4ft. high J Prizejjf£25 ; BecorSPSSgse to receive ^5^fomthe:|iize. )§ Class B— Section 11.— Best Lady'jpEunter, to he iidden by a*|ady. Three hurd?,frSft. 6in. high. Prizs, £6 6§ ; second hcj^iico receive £1 Is. from the pjpzo^i^&SSSa^ In Class Blfsections 9, 10, and 11, the entrance fee will be tjlnon-inembers of the Society 6 per cent, ...

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[BY WIRE ] SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

[By Wire ] Sydney, Thursday. The sittings of the Mining Conference were resumed today. The Premier attended and delivered a short address on the benefits likely to be derivad from the deliberations of such an important gathering, ani assnred the delegates the Government was heartily in accord with the Minister in calling the representatives together from all parts of the interior. He hoped the Government before it laid down the reins of power would have a thoroughly safe and prac ticable ssheoie for conserving water in the country. This concluded the business.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

Sales by Anetlpa. &nHA8. L. GRIFFITH and CO.'S AUO \j TION f|ALES :— Sale of ' -jt$remont,' sad other ) Upper$S£ urray Pr-g%ty, at V This Day. AlbnjSotel, at fetlock. ) ' Tallanga^l^^rket.-^pgday, 15th Febra^ry. *Wodong^^ppight^?-^^et.— Tu^ay, 18th ? ^Wodonga'^o^eB^S— ?^3?ea^^rThurad8yl andF$2||, J9lh, 20th,%g;2lBt February. \Biverina Woolf Hide, and Produce Go. Ltd. Sale of Wool. Hides, Skins, Tallow, &c— - Friday, 21st February. IWODONCA F^mH^r pRKET. /^'HA'S. liAlFFITH^Oo. Abseil by - L* J aBetionp&fc their Wod||igs§pard^,3|ypkbove, ? , '00 Fat ajfstore Cattle If '% ^% : £n Fat CpBsbred Ewes fr ifif, MixeffSbeep t ??« (. WESbeep. ! . I6UA- (Good lots), fcc.,&e. ? 800 HORS ^S.-WODOHfiAH(MKE SALE. C«itao t n, 'VIFFITH nndck dnMnjanction / -rti i *' 'FIELDS gfh Co,)plU sell by /. witn J,|b. i WcfS£eBday.,l'|h.wr,-aday, s of 33^1^® if3* : tively yarded. _ Sale starts 10 o'clock sharp each ? UPPER MURRAY PR&PERTf* FRIDAY, 14th FEBRUARY'.' j i JC...

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THE MINING CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

THE MINING CONFERENCE. This body has been in seasion since the 5th . insr. - It was the opinion of the Conference that Mining Boards elected by miners should adjudi cate in every district, and that the prospecting vote be fairly apportioned amongst the various mining districts, and that it be distributed, in aid, by the Warden and Local Mining Board, ? instead of bv the Prospecting Board in Sydney. ',; It was decided that the price of miners' rights be 5a. and 23. 6d. and that each right date 12 months from the day oUssuo, and that 14 days be allowed in which to renew the right. Other resolutions agreed to were that, with a view of miners settling on the lands, one half-acre shall bo granted to holders of miners' rights outside . ' of town boundaries, and that no. suspension be granted to any lease for 12 months after grant ing for any cause other than the want of water or machinery. The members also carried resolutions in favour of reducing the annual rent of gold mining leases to ...

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COMMERCIAL. GRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET. ALBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

COMMERCIAL. CRAIN AND FLOUR MARKET; - ,. ALBURY. Wheat, 3s lid. SYDNEY. . Tuesday, February 11. . Maize.— Firm. Good demand. Prime Tumut, 33 43 ; river maize, prime new, 3s 2d ; Queens land, 33 lid to 3b 3d j San Francisco, 3a 3d per bushel. Oats —New Zealand : Prime, 2a to 2s Id ; prime, £3 2d per bushel. C*pe Barley.— Qioted at 3a 3d ; English 3s per bushel. The associated millers' price for new flour is jEIO 59 ; small parcels, £10 10s; odd, £11 per ton. Intercolonial wheat is nominally ; new local wheat is nominally 43 61 to 4s 8d per bushel. Hay. — Lccal oaten, in bundles : Prime, £5 ; medium, £4 103 ; inferior, £i per ton. Straw —Local : Dorrick pressed. i?3 5s tn £3 7s 6d ; Tasmanian £3 5s tc £3 7s 6d ; New Zea land, £3 5s to £3 7a 6d ; bundled, £3 6s 8d to £3 10a per ton. Chaff— Plentiful. Moderate demand. Im ported chaff : Prime Adelaide, £A 16s to £5 ; Tasmanian, £4 10s to £4 15s ; inferior, £4 to £i 5s ; Victorian, from £4 10s to £4 I7s 6d. Local : Prime to £5 ; medium £1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

lp ^ i W iiifi! -Wi ^1 ill ^ ^ 1p fli ? ; - i t _ ? ~ ? ? ? vta-''' ? ', V; ? ' ' — B 'ft ? fan /f'^ m '0 /T^ fc? /O\ V 11 M '*tf'^'~'i.;iiviS&-ilja£s.i^i.-s-sw5^cK'' /f?) i g (*Th tl B '? ?? - Pl*l^P ? AQL frlo ThA'?9 O/YV (ThT Hu I) U 5B hi 1 AtQ e IT BAQrAfi ViQi T^rl ? . JL JL AL;t3 ^dia0 ^Jh-Ao IJuI PLpULcL OX Q-P\y JL -£& RJ JLvo !L/io © JLJL OU^ajvpULa ^D* OUL« ? gatolic Notices. ? '.' H. M. L. PIKE, Licensed Surveyor /jjjd Land Agent, ff j Specially jJjeWiBeOmderthi.jR^il Prppjerty Act. BEIH^stalj/jsd at th^^d^uail^/of the m&Td yp\Jinct, q*Ct*and reJ^Hle^JEoir mationpon aWLi bd Mar* Jk pan ^tf obt&'^^pf appliratio^ Pff^tiojn-^ all Va/jat Land8Bhc|§§ to int^Sd'ihg selec£?)J-r, / reqwt4&^Jkji7*K .i/eaB will ba open duriDg j/ws year 'for'1 lit t-«*BtQad. Selection, Settlement and Improvement^X..^^ in this district. / -? All Land Boardiljlettngs attended personally, including Moree, Bs^gora, Warialda, Boggabilla, foljarendabri, and Walgett...

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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

CALENDAR FOE THE WEEK. FEBRUARY. f Sun. Jflooa. M Days. ? S __ Bises. Seta, Slues. Seta. U M. n H H ,M. BT.M. 14 F.-lday M .. - 6 49 7 19 0 Om 7 30A lBS-'urc'ar ? 5 60 7 18 6 09 7 58 16 Quin^uagesmia Sunday. 5 51 7 17 7 57 8 19 17 Monday .. .. „ 6 5t 7 16 8 54 8 41 18 Tuesday ? 5 64 7 14 9 52 9 3 19 Wednesday .. ..6 5) 7 13 10 51 0 20 20 Thursday ? 5 50 7 12 11 52 9 55 Melbourne mean time. Moon 'a Ptiabeb.— New moon, February 14th, 2.13 a.m. ; first quarter, 22nd, 7.15 a.m. ; fall moon, 29th, 6.51 a.m. AND WODONGA EXPRESS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1896.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

Special A dvertisem|lita. LIFE^SURANOE 0MPANY RIOHA.RD A^'CuJIdY, President. The Largest and %erfj$hiesi Life Insurance Conjpanj&ffthe World, 'tfes^ — ASSETS at date o£%%s,pfficial Investigation, December^ 1S94, Income ...0 ? %£9,850,548. Surplus.^ ? %4,623,145. PUEELY MUTUAL. ALL PROFITS GO TO TjfiE P0LICYH0LDBr-8. # ? '% ALL MOpRN FORMS OF LIFE IN§|RANCE. Thejfbpular Trust Investment Po!iciex^were M Originated by this Office. u^ J^a.ustralian ISepartment s% QSMPANY'S BUILDING, MAKTIN-PLACE, Jp SYDNEY, N.S.W. M Z C. RENKIE, General Manager. Agent at Albury— G. S. ADAMS. 'bUOH A STARTS''*' whUky JOBClSr BLAOKIB, PHARMACEUTICAL. CHEMIST. ? -^. 3Ca ^E5 'S3' ES 'SB' „ ?

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THE BISHOP OF RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

THE BISHOP OF RIVERINA. ? o_ ? The Eev. E. A. Anderson, DD,, was en throned ns Bishop of IUverina on Wednesday in, St. Paul's Pro-Cathedrni, Hay. Having made tho usual declaration, Dr Anderson was inducted by Archdeacon Holt, of Deniliqnin, the sdmini3 trntor of the dioiicso, ibe ncrmon being proachod by the Bishop of Newcastle. Tbo ceremony wag most: irr.prasive and was witnessed by a crayydqfl congregatiou,

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STREET MURDER. A MAN STABBED TO THE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

STREET MURDER. A MAN STABBED TO THE HEART. A man named William M'Cay was murdered at 10 o'clock on Sunday night in Nicholson* street, Carlton. M'Cay, an unmarried man cf the laboring class, and about 27 years of age, spent a good portion of the day in the company of a friend of his named Thomas Eneale, and both men consumed a large amount of liquor, and accordicg to the statement of the survivor, M'Cay was drunk when he was killed. Kneale was the only person, apart from the companions of the assailant, who was present when the har ried rush was made and the knife struck home that left M'Cay groaning on the pavement. According to Kneale's incoherent and in soma respects contradictory version of the afidir, ho was walking along Nicholson-street with M'Cay from North Fitzroy, and in the direction of Johnston-street, when ha saw four mm coming in the opposite direction from the city. What followed may best be described in his own words. He said— I was; wajking next to the kerbstone, wit...

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RELIEF TO DISTRESSED SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

RELIEF TO DISTRESSED SELECTORS. A meeting of members of the Legislative Assembly repiesentiDg free selectors' constituen cies was held at Parliament House on Tuesday to consider the necessity for the Government at once according some relief to the selectors now iii distress through the drought. Mr. J Gormly, member for Wagga, was voted to the chair, and Mr, T. RoBe, member for Argyle, was appointed secretary of the movement. Mr, B. W. O'Sullivan, member for Qaean beyan, moved,— 'That the chairman and secre tary take steps to request the Minister for Lands to at once receive a deputation to lay before him the urgent necessity for suspending, before the end of March next, tho payments upon con ditional purchases (including interest) for a period of 12 months, even when selectors are in arrears, in all cases where reasonable cause for the concession can be shown.' Mr. W. H. Wood, member for Bombala, seconded, and Messrs.* T. Rose, Hayes, Waddell, Carroll, Perry, and F. Clarke supported...

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FREE-TRADE AND WAGES. EXPERIENCE IN NEW SOUTH WALES, REDUCTIONS IN WORKMEN AND WAGES. INDUSTRIES CLOSED BY THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

FREE-TRADE AND WAGES. V EXPERIENCE IN NEW SOUTH WALES. ' -'I \^ REDUCTIONS IffTwOEKMEN AND ' - ''' wages. , .^-';; industries closed by the new -/ ' l'\ TARIFF. -'i'S «? A meeting of the Chamber of Manufactures ' ~ / was held on Monday afternoon to decide what „.;'' steps to take in order to cope with the difficulties ' 5\ for manufacturers and their employes created by ~ '- rC the free-trade system, In the coarse of a pro* ' ' v tracted disoussion, representatives of various .. „' firms stated that in consequence of the free-trade ?? tariff they had been compelled to diminish their - output, and consequently to reduce both the ~ number of their hands and the wages paid. One ~ - , of the leading boot manufacturers said that priog ~ , to the new tariff coming into operation they had* ' '- in view of its prospective effects, called their . * employes together, and after discussion it was mutually agreed that an all round re* duction of 10 per cent in weges should ba made. Since then t...

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WILL OF THE LATE MR. THOMAS MILLEAR. ESTATE IN VICTORIA £166,000. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

WILL OF THE LATE !R. THOMAS MILLEAR. ESTATE IN VICTORIA £166,000. The will, dated August 6, 1894, of Thomag ' Milleer, late of Wonganella, near Deniliquin, New South Wales, who died on November 27, 1895, has been lodged for probate. The deceased left real estate ia Victoria valued at £166.000, of which £48,000 is realty and £118,000 is personalty. He bequeaths to his wife, Nancy Millear, all his watches, trinkets, and personal effects, the use for life of tho household furniture, plate, linen, &c , buggies, horses, and milch cows in or about the dwelling house on the Wanganella E.tate, a legacy of £500, and an annuity of £2000 a year during ^~ her life, of which £1500 is to be a charge on the . , Edgarley Estate, ond £500 i3 to be paid out of the income of the share to which his daughter Ali-e would become entitled. He devises his freehold estate known as Edgarley, near Wick Jiffe-road, togother wilb. the stock, planr, &c , thereon, to his son, Thomas Milleur, 8ubj.:...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. A meeting of the committee of the Mechanics' Institute was held on Thursday evening. Mr. Wilkinson occupied the chair, the other members present b. lag Messrs. (J. A. Thomp son, J. H. Paine, R Potts, G. H. Billaon, T. H.. Griffith, and H. S. Hawkins. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. A latter was read from Mr. Ball, ML A., re subsidy of il9 19^ 31. which was available. It was decided to thank Mr, Ball for his aid in this matter, A letter waa read from Dulinghurst advis ing forwarding of matting.— R caived. A prospectus of books from Mulllns and Co. waa referred to the book commiitee. A letter was read from the Treasury in re gard to the refund ot the ^14 to which previous reference bad been made. This letter was in reply to an hquiiy from the secretary, and stated that the turn of .£14 18i. 3d. had been paid on September, 1893. A letter wa3 read from Mr. J. Matthews, addressed to the secretary, asking for full details of law cobIs during ...

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A RECORD MONTH FOR HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

A RECORD MONTH FOR HEAT. We append the daily register of shade tem perature for the mouth of January at Albury and Wilcannia : — ALBURY. January 1 ... 9ldeg, „ 2 ... 92 5 „ 3 ... 87 „ 4 ... 92 „ 5 ... 94 „ 6 ... 99 „ 7 ... 109 5 -. „ 8 ... 100 „ 9 ... 103 „ 10' ... 102 „ 11- ... 98 „ 12 ... 101 „ 13 ... 106 ,, 14 ... 103 „ 15 ... 8i .. 16 ... 92 6 January 17 ... lOldeg „ 18 ;.. 106 „ 19 ... 84 „ 20 ... 99 „ 21 ... 97 , „ 22 ... 95 5 ,. 23 ... 104 „. 24 ... Ill „ 25 ... 104 „, 26 ... 85 „ 27 ... 88 „ 28 ... 95 „ 29 ... 92 „ SO ... 84 „ 31 ... 91 WILOANNIA. January 1 ... lOOdeg. „ 2 ... 93 „ 3 ... 98 „ 4 ... 102 „ 5 ... 113 „ 6 ... 115 . „ 7 ... HI „ 8 ... 110 „ 9 ... 112 „ 10 ... 109 „ 11 ... 108 „ 12 ... 110 6 „ 13 ... 115 „ 14 ... 98 „ 15 ... 103 8 „ 16 ... 113 5 January 17 ... Ill deg. „ 18 ... 103 „ 19 ... 99 „ 20 ... 115 „ 21 ... 116 5 „ ' 22 ... 114 „ 23 ... 120 5 „ 24 ... 116 „ 25 .„ 89 ,, 26';.. 89 5 ' „ 27 ... 100 ,, 28 ... 96 „ 29 ... 85 „ 30 ... 98 „ 31 ... 102-5

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DEATH ON THE PLAINS. VICTIMS TO THIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

DEATH ON THE PLAINS. ? O ? VICTIMS TO THIK3T. The Wi'cannia police received information oa Wednesday that the bodies of two men had been fonnd by the manager of Wonnaminta Station, on the Nundorn River, From tho appeorauce of the bodies they had only recently perished. From papers found in their possession they are supposed to be a man named M'Donalu, an engine-fitter, and S. Green, a shearer. The men were making their way towards cJnalta, where they hftd been promised employment, when they perished in the open country. Tho boaiea wire lying clone together, and were di rested of all clothing except tho trouaars. They had either perirlud from thirnt or fallens victims to th3 inteuso heat, and hnd prtbably bum (lead about three weeks. An iuquuBt vv&s not duemud necea ntsry, r.nd the police buried iho butties where lotmd. As instancing tho utute cf tho country in the ' Loath dinlriot^iicr to the min, h drcvor who left v/HJi 17,500 wuthcvii from Yanouuum fa* Uouilcp hsf! only 42...

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