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LANDS OFFICE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
LANDS OFFICE DAY. As no lands became available on 6th inst. for homestead selection or settlement lease the transactions were resteic.ed to areas already open. Homestead re'eotions were taken up as follows ;— At Campbelltown, one block com prising 15J acres ; Cassills, 1 1 comprising 683J acres ; Counamble, one of 89?- acres ; Murru rundi, one of 56J seres ; Narandera, one of 40 acres ; Singleton, one of 80 acres ; Tcnterfleld, one of 59 acres ; Uraua, three comprising 960 acres ; Wa£ga Wagga, one cf 80 acres ; and Windsor, two comprising 75J acres ; giving a total of 23 blocks, comprising 2089| acres. Four settlement leases were applied tor, com prising 6516]- acres; one farm at Brewarrins, of 2542 acres ; Warialda, two farms, comnrising 1094 arres ; and Grenfell, one farm, of 2880J acres, making for the day 27 applications, com prising 8606 acres. The total number of home stead selections and settlement leases applied for since the Crnwn Lands Act of 1895 csrna into operation is 5...
SUMMARY OF LANDS RECENTLY MADE AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
SUMMARY OF LANDS RECENTLY MADE AVAILABLE. ? « ? The following areas were set apart during the week ending Saturday, 8.h instant, for settle ment lease : — Oondobolin Land District, on Micabin holding 13 232 acres in § bjocks j areas range from 4262 to 4502 acres; distant 15 to20 milea from Candobolin ; capital values, 6a 8d to 16s 8d per acre ; rentals, Id to 2H per acre ; will bo available 26 ih March, 1896 Coonabaraban Land District, on Bimble bold ing, 23,4'41 acres, in 7 blocks ; areas range from 2540 to 4000 acres ; distant 100 to 1 10 tni;e3 from Narrabr'i, and 6 to 17 miles from Baradine ; capi tal values, 83. 4d. to lls. 8d. per acre ; rentals, ljd to lfl per acre; will hi available 26th March, 1896. Coonamble Land District, or Tioranda and West Breel ng Holdings, 67-11 acres, in 2 blocks of 2694 acres nud 4050 acres; distant 10 miles from Gilgandm find 35 to 40 mileB from Dubbo ; capital value«, lO.'i. to 13s. 41. per acre ; rentals, l^d. to 2d, per acre; will be available ...
SALE AT ALBURY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. COUNTRY LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
SALE AT ALBURY. Wednesday, Fkbruaby 26. countby lot. Portion 120 of 200a, parish Gerraauton. Up Eet price, £2 5s per acre (including £48 153, value of improvements). Wednesday, Apeil 8. town lots. Allotments 3, 4, 5, and 6 of Bection 14, lr 20p, lr 20p, lr 13|p, and 2r respectively, pariah Ger maaton. Upset prices, £5 5s, £5 5s, £5 5s, and £7 respectively per lot Section 17 of 2r, parish Germanton, Upaet price, £7 per lot,
SALE AT BALRANALD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, TOWN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
SALE AT BALRANALD. Wednesday, Febeuaky. 26. town lots. Allotments 1 to 24 of section 21, from lr 30p to 2r, parish Balranald. Uj.set prices, from £6 to £14 per lot Allotments 1 to 20 of section 22, from lr 30p .'??? to 2r, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £10 , to £14 per lot Allotments 1 to 10 of section 23, from Tt 35p to 2e , parish Balranald, Upset prices, from £9 to £10 per lot Allotments 1 to 24 of section 64, lr 37p each, paiish. Balranald. Upset prices, from £6 to £12 per lot Allotments 1 to 24 of section 65, from lr 37p . to lr 39p, parish Balranald. O:met prices, from £6 to jE9 per lot. SUBURBAN LOT3. Portions 37, 38, 39, aad 47, 2a 2r each, parish Balranald. Upset prices, from £10 to £18 per lot, . ' .
SALE AT COROWA. WEDNESDAY, April 8. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
BALK AT COROWA. Wednesday, April 8. . countky lots. Portion 78 of 80a, pariah Morobringer. Upset price, £1 £s 9d per acre (including £3, value cf improvements) Portion 84 of 40a, parish Morebringer. Upset ?' ; jirice, £1 5s per acre Portions 72 and 73 of 5 oa, and 70a 2r respec tively, parish Wongarnong. Upset prices. £1 8a 6d and £1 6a 9d respectively per acre. (.Upset . prices include value of improvements, as fol lows :— Portion 72, £9 10s ; portion 73, £5 10a.) Portion 114 of 43a, parish Narrow Plains. Upset price, £1 5s per acre.
ERROR UPON ERROR. CHAPTER I . [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
ERROR UPON ERROR. j CHAPTER I. i Lady Dunroy was a woman who was fall 1 of fads and fancies, most of which were as ! short-lived as they were hotly taken up. j. But there was one mania of hers which ! had stuck to her ladyship for many years. | Her ' Beauties ' were a well-known in r stitution, and although her liking for any : especial one of them seldom lasted long, her liking for always having a good-looking \ girl to take about with her was constant. And she was right. She was fond of society, bat she was a plain, middlo-sged woman, who in herself was in no way brilliant ; and there was no doubt about it that these young ladies of hers groitiy en hanced Lady Danroy's social value. She was ia the habit of picking tip her beauties in the wilds ; or rather, moTe strictly speaking, in a part of the world which she choose to consider so. That they were well-born ?was necessary, but that they should have lived a lifa outside the social one iu which she herself lived was even more so. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
A £Z A I Yf^tF^IE* OQL Beautiful Silver-plate, r\o 5AUI 1 Lf JMIV^9 Watches, and Jewellery, 815 & 817 GEORGE ST. (bpp. Railway Station), SVPMEY. ~~~~~~~ Piokles. Pure Silver on 'White Metal— 7/6, 10/., 12/6, 15/-, 17/6, 20/-, similar to above. [?] Biscuit Carrels. Cut GlasH, Pure Silver Plate— 13/6, 16/6, 17/6, 21/ Pure Silver on Wl\ito.*tft!iijy&'j; Spoons, 7/6 haV&ft-TiyTSessert Forks or Spoons I^GVhalf-dozea,* Tablo Spoons or P' ..kg, 12/0 ty- f : Berviette Ringa. Pure Solid Silver— 8/6, 10/6, 12/6 each. Silver-plated 1/-, 2/-, 8/- each. Caaea 2/* extra. Pocket Knives— 1/-, 1/6, 2/6, 3/6,4/6 Send for Illustration, jwi't.ijb. Boxes. Pure $4? ?- /d'%\er, 8IQ',iJ 5K-IO/6,/ /I2/6, 16/r ? j' ,)e to size. / g Ladies' Pur1 J. Crocodile Skin, Pure Soli(* Jilver iIounf^16/6, 17/6, 21/ / Gents' Pock&fcjjijclat- * /same price ^ Ladies' Buckles. Pure Silver on Whit^ Metal— 4/6, 5/6, 6/6, Pure Solid Silver, 15/-, 17/6, & 20/- , ' Butters.' Pure Silver o...
THE STORYTELLER. THE QUEEN OF THE SOUTH. CHAPTER XXXIII—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
THE STORYTELLER, j THE QUEEN OF THE ! SOUTH/ ? « ? CHAPTER XXXIIL— (Continued.) ;. Neither of them afterwards could well j .?' ' ?? 'have described how they pas3ed over the - ' intervening distance to the mill; it was like the annihilation of space in a dream. 'They spoke not another word on the way. They arrived, and that was all they knew. 'There is a light in the mill. Ha is there,' gasped Caroline. ' Surely, if he had done tho deed he would never have dared to tak« refuge here, the mill is said to be haunted. Frederick ! Mr. Price !' ejaculated Julia. ' Don't call,, someone else may be within Blearing. Let us go upstairs and speak to lhim,' said Caroline, ever most anxious for Iher lover's safety. _ Julia reached the decayed steps that led ' npward into the old mill the first ; but she hesitated to proceed. 'They do tell such Bhocking stories of the place, Carry.' ' Every instant is of consequence, of life-and-death consequence,' said Miss Sidney, and stepping past her cousin, s...
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. The followiog 1b a summary of advertisements which appear for the first time in this issue :— « Tenders for clearing land ,? applications wanted for position of librarian at Mechanics' Institute } , ~ notice in will of W, M-Eacbern ; Ohiltern races ' 27th and 28th March; Messrs. E. J. Gorman and Co, sell farm 20th February ; Mis* Mudge- teacher of drawing and painting ; Crown land sa'e 26th February ; notification of homestead seleotiona at Walbundry j Mr, W. T. Thorne io vitea tenders for work ; hospital nurse and pro bationer required ; special meeting Mechanics' Institute 27th February ; Messrs. Youngbusband and C). hold Wodonga market 18th February, and Tallangat^a market 9th March ; Mr. H, Bridson solla furniture at Germanton in March J Aurora Borealia on Monday ; Messrs. A, A. Piggin and Co. hold skin sale 22nd February, clearing sale at Kilnyana West 27th February, Oornwa horee Bale 25th February, Torowa mar ket 25th February ; -MeBsrs. E. J. Gorman and Co...
DETERIORATION OF AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
DETERIORATION OF AUSTRALIANS. In the course of a recent interview with a represent ative of the British Aus tralasian, Mr. Hume Nesbit made some d'sparaging remarks about the present race of Australians. The new generation, he said, seemed to have no love for their English brethren, and appeared- to have given themselves up to betting and specu lation. There was little desire for steady industry, and everyone wanted to make a fortune in a day. On this occasion he visited oalv New South Wales and Vic toria, and in this respect Sydney was in finitely worse than Melbourne. The people had gone back very much in their morals, physique, and everything else since the date of his last visit. He stayed two months in Sydney, studied the people closely, and left them in a stat3 of ineffable disgust.
THE PREMIER AND THE GRAFTON PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
THE PREMIER AND THE CRAFTON PEOPLE. The Premier and the Grafton people have had a little difference which all will be pleased to hear has been composed most satisfactorily. The Grafton Council recently invited hii Excellency the Governor to visit the Clarence River capital. A resolution to ask the Premier to accompany Lord Hampden\ found no seconder. Now no man, no matter how philosophic he may be, likes this slap in the face. Mr. Eeid expressed himself freely on the subject, with the result that the other day Mr. See and the Mayor of Grafton waited upon him, and assured him no disrespect was intended. They knew Mr. See had invited the Premier, and hence the council thought it would be surplusage to endorse the invitation. The Premier accepted the explanation, and peace is again arranged.
DESCENDANTS OF THE BOUNTY MUTINEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
DESCENDANTS OF THE BOUNTY MUTINEERS, - . , By the ship Netherbyj Captain Wil liams, which arrived lust week ab New ' ~ . castlo from Valparaiso, thore camo two Pitcaim Inlanders, direct descendants of the Bounty mutineers, P. Young and J. Christian. It seems that the Bhip called at Pitcairn Island on her way here for vegetables, and the two men asked Captain Williams to give them passage to Norfolk Island, where Young has some land of his own, Christian going with him as companion. This Captain Williams agreed to do, and on reaching Norfolk Island made signals to the residents, but failed to attract attention, and the vessel proceeded on her course to Newcastle. They have been provided with letters to the Colonial Secretary, with a view of securing passages to Norfolk Island. Young is a descendant of a midshipman of the Bounty, and Christian from one of the principal ringleaders of the mutiny.
COUNTERFEIT COIN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896
COUNTERFEIT COIN. At the Commercial Hotel at Tweed Heads last week a sensational arreBt was made. On Sunday night three men, apparently ordinary workers, arrived at the hotel and had tea, for which they paid 2s. each, and afterwards gave the groom a 2s. piece. The groom became suspicious by the liberality of the gift that the com was not genuine, and informed the landlady, who sent for a policeman. The latter belonged to the New South Wales force, and he at once dispatched a messenger to Tallebudgera, eighteen miles distant, for a Queensland policeman. Constable Leslie arrived before daybreak, and arrested the men in bed. He iouud bags under their bed containing over £18 of spurioua shillings, 'half-crowns, and two-shilling pieces, and ten spurious sove reigns. The men were handcuffed and taken to the Tallebudgera lockup.