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THE RESULTS OF FREETRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
THE RESULTS OF FREETRADE. The Age In a recent article on the results of adoption ot free trade in New South Wales, remarks : — Owing to the abandonment of duties at the Customs the revenue for last month fell short of that of the corresponding month of last year by £68,834, and as there are a number of duties which have only to expire after a time, it may be presumed that the fiaancial position in Sydney will become increasingly difficult. When the free trade system gets into full awing in New South Wales, it is evident that the position ot the working classes will become intolerable. Even at the present stage it is reported that offdra of 5j. per week for able-bodied men are being male through the Labour Bureau. It was natural enough that la! or la the neighboring colony should suffer from being subjected to unrestricted competition with other countries where wages are low and the hours of work long. Eigland herself is waking np to the weakness of the free trade position when she f...
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. A FOURTEENTH MAN TO BE SENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. A FOURTEENTH MAN TO BE SENT. The Australian Cricket Council met in Melbourne on Saturday night to consider the report of the gentlemen appointed at tha last meeting to select the Australian Eleven. There was a full attendance of delegates. Mr. J. M. Gibsou presided, A motion was moved to exclude the preBs, and Mr. J. C. Waine moved on amendment that they be admitted and full publicity given to the proceedings, as the Australian public were very much interested. Messrs Evan, Madden, and Waine were the only ones to support the amendment. The report from the selection committee wa3 read naming the thirteen men seleoted, and offering to select fourte'.n if requirpd. Mr. Richard Teece moved that the team to England be thirteen only. Mr. Evan proposed an amendment that the thirteen selected be approved, with power to add to their number. Both were lost by large majorities. It was then moved that the ieport of the selection committee be adopted, and after a long deba...
WALBUNDRIE V. BULGANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
WALBXJNDRIE V. BULGANDRA.. This maich was played at Bulgmdra on Saturday, 8th inst. The latter batted first, and were disposed of for 36, B. Russel being the only double figured scorer (12), but he was somewhat indebted to the field, Walbundrie succeeded in realising 127, mainly through the efforts of R. and J. Entwiatle (29 and 26), and F. Clear and E. Patterson (22 and 19 respectively). Bul gandra were disposed of a second time for 20, Walbundrie thus winning by one innings and 71 runs. Scores : — BULGANDBA. First Innings. Second Innings. Martin, h w, b M. Clear ? 1 b Fitzgerald ... 0 Russell, c F. Clear, b M. Clear ... 12 sub., not out ,.. 0 Stewart, b M. Clear 5 c E. Clear, bF. Clear 4 Hunter, b M. Clear 0 c Thorpe, b Glennie 0 F. M'Donald, b Tuckwell ... 5 runout ... ... 1 Williams, b M Clear 0 b F. Clear ... ... 0 M'Crae, run out ... 4 b F. Clear ... ... 0 R. M'Donald, b Tuckwelt ... 0 b Fitzgerald ... 7 ?Kelly, b Tuckwell . 0 bJ.Entwistle .... 6 NeilI,cB.Entwistle, ? b M. Cle...
HUON V. JINDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
HUON V. JINDKRA, The above match w»e played on the Jiodera Huon. As it got too late to finish the second j innings, it was decided by the first. Great praise is due to Mr. T. Schulz for his scientific bowling, also to Mr. Hall, Mr. R*. Sohulz did excellent work as wicket-keeper. Jiadera won the toss and went to the wickets first. The fol lowing are the scores : — i ,....?' JlNDEBA. J. Sawyer, b T. Schulz ? 1 0. Hartwick, b T. Schulz ... ... ... 4 G. Her ot, b R Hall ? 6 J. Hillsley, c and b T. Schulz .... ... 0 W. Pye.b T. Schulz ... ? 0 W. Jones, c T. Schulz, b R. Hall ? 6 R.lSawyer, c W. Scholz, b T. Schulz ... 5 W. Nocks, c F, Silvey, b R. Hall ? 3 E. iPerryman, not out ? -? ? 4 E. Sawyer, b T. Schu!z ... / ? 0 S. Sawyer, b R. Hall ? ... ... 0 Byes ? ,- ..-. - ... 6 Total ? ... 34 Huon. ' ' - W. Slinger. h.o.w., b W. Pye ? 3 W. Scholz, b R. Sawyer ? 3 F. Silvey, c Pye, b R. Sawyer... ... ...12 T. Schulz, b R. 8awyer ... ? 0 B. Hall, lbw, b R. Sawyer ... ' ? 6 R ; Scfculz, b Jones...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
? Sales by Auction. ? Important Auction Sale PROPERTI E8, Zu the Junes, Ooolamoa & Temora Districts. gATUJtlOTj 29th FEBRUAEY, 1896. By Obdeb of the Mortgagees. V AWLI8S and CO. have received inutruc ,|^ tions to sell by public auction, AT THE RAILWAY HOTEL, 'JUNEE, Upon the above date, at 12 o'clock sharp, the following VALUABLE & HIGHLY-IMPROVED PROPERTIES, Situated within a few miles of Junee, Old Junee, Coolamon, and Temora Bail way Stations, and comprising splendid Grazing and Agricultural Stand, Not to be surpassed in these well-known . ''?w-s--_ . Districts:— !» LOT 1—548 acres 2 Jooda O.P. Land, county hi Clarendon, pgnsh of Junee, known as JNorth Park, at Resent occupied by Mr. 0 iyJTroat. This property is situated one mile M from the to«7Cjk»f Janee ; is highly im Jg proved, well wj| lered, BecureJjvdEanced and m conveniently ^divided, 4j)JsldSr^} cleared M andigBady for|/|e plonghgrSple^3id land, M 200 ®res of vjpch are wlthin^dl borough j& bouncfi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
CURED B^ User's SarsaparlSla Mr. Geo. W. Burtner, Keezletoivn, Va.^ writes, as follows t ' Shortly after leaving college I was troubled With a akin dlsenso which showed itself, first, at the nnKlo Ph\picim prououm cd it ecjioma( nnd troitcdmQtAor thit compluint Iho erup tionoropt alou'/UE m lin l- mil on tho body, until it oin els* fed tUo ?« ho* j frame It g ive ino Inflnito tion1 , -with cons* -nt itching casting off Of diy scd' yfuud a wiU fl liquid -which would exudo from midei tho scales I treited it for over throo yours unsuccessfully, mid was unalilo to check it, until I liogiin using Ayor's Sarsapa rilla. I usod throo liottles of this medicine and was completely cured — my skin becoming as smooth and clear as bofore.' Has Cured Others, Will Cure You $.«,(& by »r,. $, Q, Ayor & go,, J(0Ven,M«(|5i,Vt§i^ Church Hotices. DIVINE SEEYICE will be conducted (D.V.) In accordance with the following- list of appointments: — CHURCH OP ENGLAND. &XBUKY PAKISH. 8TJH...
ROUNDEL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
ROUNDEL. 1 U. S A. , y on deem it ' smart' Be' . To pull onr bell and run away, ||r But wa3 it wise of you to start ? Mi u.s.,ch? _ m Suppose you brought the lion to bay, K Your moiaphcric apple-cart Ifj' Would provo a crnz/ kiud of ' shay.' i||' The clown rau«t study at his art, ?tip The harlequin work night aud day, ? fp IT'tvo yon ut e\\ thought out tlie part WLv; You essay. , ' fijf ? -We Worty B-.
THE REMITTANCE MAN. A CURSE TO AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
THE REiSTTANGE &M A CURSE TO AUSTRALIA. The remittance man is the curse of Australia | (writes 'Gumsucker' in the London InlrO' § ductiori) Well, he's one of the curses, any- I way ! HonorB are divided between him, the | drought, the rabtl s, and £6 a we^k mem- | bers of Parliament. The E, M. (not resident I magistrate this titm) will not work, though 1 to beg (or borrow — it means the same thing to p hire) he is not ashamed. Also, he is not above | stealing, and, as he is generally not distin- | guisbed by too much brain power, he qul*o E frequently ge'.s into trouble. The list would ?? be a long one, if anyone took the trouble to ; compile it, of those scions of noble English £ houses who have disregarded -the laws of the [ country which has sffjrded them an asylum. * The cool contempt uousnes8 with which they I do this Is particularly exappcratinp. They f ' don'c care a — — for these colonial Juhnnies, [ don't you know.' Nothing hut a touch oi the p c»t or a spell oi impr...
NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
NOTES OH CURRENT EVENTS, Police court reports as a rule are too prolix to be interesting. Aa an example of point and conciseness, which might with advantage be followed more ganerally, I append the follow ing police court par. from Wentworth : — '?For declining to leaves Sa'vaHon Army barracks when requested to do bo. and threatening to hit Soldier Poun-l on the nose, Edwin Wright, a local blacksmith waa fined 15b. and coats, or soven dayB at tho local police court.' * * * The burning desire by which some press writers are animated to drag in a Latin quota tion on all possible occasions ia happily exem plified in the following extract from ' a con temporary : — . 'I/Ondon cablegrams state that purchasers of recent consignments of So^th Australian honey have inti mated t'mt in future all shipments must be guaranteed free from eucalyptus. As eucalyptus is one of the most wholesome things in the worlrt we oan only say Quos Deus vultperdere priiia dtmentat.' Why the Higher Au-horities s...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
Art Lessons — Mis3 P. Mudge announces that she is prepared to receive pupils for draw* iDg and pointing. Piano Tuning— Mr. F. Linden announces that he will tune pianos by the year for 303,, t and if desired will visit the district thrice during the twelve months. .'.-:;,'.- Chiu) Desertion —The case of Bellini v. Bellini waa again called on at the police court on Tuesday last. The defendant did not ap poar In answer to the summons. A warrant was ordered to issue for his arrest. Thk Hospital Coiiiiitteb.— Mr. T. A ffl ick havlDg been elected to fill the office of vice preBident, his place on the committee will be eupplied by Mr. W. F. Parker, who was only - one vote behind the ninth member returned, by the ballot. SoHooi, Pionio —The annual picnic In cot-- ? nection with tbe Springdale State School will be held on Thursday, the 27th insr,, at Spring dale. These picnics have always been popular, : and this one promises to fully maintain the reputation of previous years. To Corresponde...
SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
SUMMARY OF LATE HEWS. Last night's telegrams show heavy damage by flood8 in Brisbane. More wasbaways are also reported ia the Bourke district. The mining conference in Sydney finished yeBterday. The Premier atttended and delivered an ad dreeB, congratulating the delegates; on their labours. The Mercadool land cases are to be transferred to Sydney. Albury show will be held 9th and 10th Sep tember. Land and income tax schedules are published in Wednesday's Gazette. The filling up of these documents will ba a BeriouB job for the average taxpayer. Serious losses of stock are reported in the Barrier district from drought. A telegram yesterday states that tne Warrego is coming down in flood. The muggy heat of yesterday portends more rain. Mr.- D. S. Watson was re -elected Mayor of Albury on Wednesday. Great complaints are made in all paits of the district of damage by birds, Vineyards and orchards are said to have suf fered severely, Nominations for Albury Sheep Board and Stock Board clos...
DISTRICT NEWS. (Continued from page 17.) WALLA WALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
DISTRICT NEWS. ( Continued from page 17.) WALLA WALLA. (PBOM OUB OWN COBRE8PONDENT.) A practical trial of implements (which was advertised in your paper) was held here on the 7ch insfc., at Mr. A. J. Wenke's farm, by Me. Keast, an American expert from Messrs. Lisseter and Oo, of Sydney, in the presence ..of a large and representative numbar of leading farmers of Walla Walla, Burrumbuttock, Wai landool, and Jindera. The first part of trial was taken up by the latest improved implements for garden purposes, including a Climax spray pump, for sprayingf ruifc trees, which was thought a good deal of. A cultivator called the Planet Junior pulled by one horse and used in many ways in the garden, such Ga destroying weeds and drilling in potatoes, by altering shares, was also much admired. The same machine on a small scale and worked by hand, also took the fancy of many, and I noticed many giving orders for them. Out on the farm was tried a new three-furrow plough, which turned ove* the laud...
TALLANGATTA. MONDAY, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
TALLANCATTA. - CPBOM OUB OWN GOBBESPONDBNT.) MONDAY, February 10. A marriage took place here this morning, the contracting parties being Mr. J, Moylan (station master) and Mis3 Katie Mcrray, fourth daughter of Mr. T. J. Murray, of Tallangatta. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Father O'Connor, of Obiltern, at the residence of the bride's parents, Glandave. ? Mr. Stephen Moylan, brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man, and Misa J. Murray was bridesmaid. The bride, who was given away by her father, was neatly attired in a brown travelling dress with tut to match. The wedding was a quiet one, only the immediate relatives of the parties being present. After breakfast the Rev. Father pro posed the health of the happy couple, and was suitably responded to by Mr. Moylan. Mr. S Moylan proposed the health of the bride's parents, to which Mr. Murray responded. After a few other toasts the happy couple left by the mid-day train, for Brisbane, on their honeymoon trip.
NARANDERA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
NARANDERA. On Wednesday morning last a quiet wedding was (says the Argus) performed in the WeBleyan Ohurch. The parties were well-known, being Mr. Carlton Wisbey, the popular mounted trooper who has been with us for a few years, and Miss Ada Charlton, of whom it may be said ' not to know me, argues yourself unknown.' There waB a good gathering of well-wishers and friends, when with commendable and unusual punctua'ity the bride-elect was led by her father into the church. The beautiful service waB read by the Rev. H. E. Andrews, and the vows were made, the troths plighted, the prayera uttered, and registers signed, without a hitch anywhere. The bride's natural charms were enhanced by a dress of white silk, with a wreath of flowers on her head and also on her dress, with corresponding veil and train. Mis3 Mary Charlton looked the very ideal of a bridesmaid in a neatly fisting dress of cream cashmere with whits silk trim mings, and Mr. G'yn fulfilled aright the duties of beBt man. As t...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
THE WEATHER. The rains which fell on Monday last have been followed by further downpours, which have been of a soaking nature Telegraphic reports show that on Monday and Tuesday the f -11 was general, the totals up to 9 o'clock on Wednesday morning being as follows : — Pts. Pts. Albnry ? 120 Louth ? 667 Bathurat ? 12 Mursden ... ... 310 Balranald ? 25 Moree ... ,„ 15 Barringua ... 203 Moulameiu „. 102 Bourke ? 671 Mndgee ? 33 Brewarrina ... 325 Menindie ... 7 Broken Hill ... 13 Mossgiel ? 15 Cobar ... ... 573 Narandera ... 148 Cowra ... ... 69 Narrabii ? . 21 Oanuonbar ... 9-;4 Nyngan ? 815 Condobolin ... 175 Nymagee ? 428 Coonamblo ... 122 Orange ... ... 19 Deniliquin .,. 99 Parkoj.-;,. :.., ..,.,'. -137 Dubbo ... ..; 130 Pooticarie ? 21 Buflton ... ... ,46 Temora ? 175 Forbes ? 182 Tilpa ? 205 Grenfell ? 168 Tentoifield ... 134 Gunnedah... ... 5 Tuanit ? 6 Gundngtti ? 22 Urana ,'.'. ... 117 Goulbirn... ,.. 6 Wapga ... ... 124 Goodooga ? 273 Wellington .„ 47 Hay ? 76 Wilcannia ... ...
TOCUMWAL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
TOCUMWAL C^BOM OUB OWN COBRESPONDENT.) Things are a bit quiet here now harvesting is over, Ploughing will commence after the rain cornea. Grass is very scarce, and water is dry ing up fast out back, Mr. A. B. Brown's Publican won the Railway Stakes at Numurkah last week. He went out at 10 to 1 against, and a good stake was won. Publican was trained privately by Mr. Walter Whitehead. Mr. H. M. Brown won the Welter Handicap with Sheetblock at the same meeting. A very representative meeting was held in the hall here on the 1st inst , Mr, M'Farland in the chair. The meeting was to see what was to be done with bunny. Another meeting is to be held next Saturday, when I believe it is the intention to get the district, or a certain portion of it, proclaimed infested. Mr, Walter Whitehead, of Tocumwal, added another win to his already long list by steering Sheetblock to victory Jaat Wednesday in the Welter Race at Numurkah. The conditions of the race were amateurs claim 71b3. allowance. Mr. ...
THE ALLEGED WHEAT FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
THE ALLEGED WHEAT FRAUDS. ? -j- ? William Kittle, late manager of tho Numurkah Roller Mill Company's business in Nuniutkab, was on Friday brought) beforo tho local court of petty BCBsious charged with having atoloti 1286 bogs of wheiit, valued iit £118, thu property of Ohm-lea liviue, J^im-a Gu:m, John Guiid, utid Grr.lw.m Bros. Acckhu'1 npjiliud for i\ ramnnd for --rui week, which '.sr;is grrt))l.-:d, B;i)l wna ullo'.vsd in two nun;iien oi: £500 each nntl Accnsod Jn i'i uwn r-!-;of:»iif-;»r;eo -A .'.'. 1000. 'J'ho curfifics tuo Edwin Kittle, Shcppurton, apd D,iuie) Douglua, of Copgrove South,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
? Wanted. ? A LBUKY MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. -£*- & ? .-# v APPLICATIONS (in ^ing^for the AP POINTMEST of %AKE^'KER, f|BRARIAN, and BIL^AED-]tflyB|r§R will b||eceived by me up tqloth FEBRplfRY. M SalargnslOO per^|l|m with qu&fters, fael, and lining. Jf \ § Apjpcants to fgfward cegiflcates ofgpharacter, Bndjp state number iD fami%. Nam|| of appli cantlfWill not be disclosed by the committee. ^ HY. S. HAWKINS, Hon. Secretary, A.M.I. ALBtJBY DISTBIO.T HOSPITAL. ?i t ? -t v APPLICATIONS he invited for ^RAINED NIGHT NURSEjand %Of ATIONE||NURSE for Albury HoSpital. ffjaries je45$gmd £12 respectively. ;m '*& yM Application&with copiest^timonials «§be with tte by SATURDAY, 150 IN^T. f '?f FREDE5. W. ^IETYENS, Hon. Sec. . APPLICATIONS will be received to the 20th FEBRp$Y^for the POSITION of CARETAEG$f %fC LIBRARIAN for the ; SCHOOL^1 AS#S,%pWlfaNG. PartiCofarB from Secretary,^ H. D. HALL, Secretary Howlong School of Arts, MISS MACmMARBA-'B Registry Office, OUve^r...