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TROUBLE IN THE TRANSVAAL. AGITATION BY BRITISH RESIDENTS. PREPARING FOR A STRUGGLE. LONDON, December 30. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
TROUBLE 1H THE TOMSVAAt AGITATION BY BRITISH RESIDENTS. PREPARING FOR A STRUGGLE. ..London, December 30; Serious trouble has broken out in the South African (Transvaal) Republic, arising out of the persistent refusal of the Boer Government to grant the franchise to British residents. The British residents in the South African Republic have formed themselves into ah orffanisafcinn naliflrl thn ' Transvaal National Union,' which has formulated a programme demanding the establishment of a ' true republic,' with a settled constitu tution, an equitable franchise, and the placing of the Dutch and British inhabit ants on a political equality. Many prominent British residents are using their influence -to restrain the leaders of the union. President Kruger has for some time past been quietly making preparations to deal with a rising. He has imported a number of Maxim guop, and has spent £250,000 in erecting fortifications at Pretoria, the capital, and Johannesburg, the chief town in the gol...
GENERAL SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
GENERAL SPORTING. The annnal cricket match in Adelaide between the north and south, was won by the northern t3am, who scored 686 to 252. H. A . Evans for the winners made 267 and B Burton' contri bated 118. Duriug the two days' cycling carnival, recently held by the New S -u-h Wal^s League of Wheel, men on the Sydney Cricket g-oun-i, the takings amounted to £3320 The expanses were £1448. Only three bands took part in the band contest at Beechworth on Boxing Day, vis :— Ruther- gien, Chiltern, and Albury. To the great sur prise of the Albnry boys they were placed last on the list by the judge. It is said that one of the committee managing the sports was so dia flatisfied with the decisi3n that he tendered his resignation. Not only are the members of the band surprised at the result, but many persons here with any knowledge of music look npon the judge's verdict as nothing more than a j -ke. At the Yackaudandah sports meeting on the 26th ult., the Saeffield Handicap was won by H. Schn...
THE WAR CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
THE WAR CLOUD. Strange to say the American difficulty has materially improved Australian pros pects. It threatens to put an end to the unnatural stagnation which has so long prevai ed. Moneyed men, instead of embarking (heir ^apical in active in dustrial enterprise, have either been lending it at an lnntutesi nal rate of interest on gilt-edged securities — a prac tice by the way which has caused many securities to be acceptt-d as ' giitedged,' which are by no means sound — or they ha^e employed it in trucking for shared, especialy American railway shares, at constantly increasing prices On paper they were getting very rich, without having produced any; additional wealth, just as our Australian wi eacres a i'ew years ago thought they were gdtting rich by trucking allotments of land from oae to another. The war panic has equelched all this fictitious prosperity. It has bean like an iron rod of reality crushing ruthlessly the fairy tinted bubbles which had been blown by cupidity and se...
A.J.C. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
A.J.C. SUMMER MEETING, First Dat.— Thubsday, December 26/' With fine weather, large fields, and good finiahea the raoing at the opening meeting of the A J C Summer Cup gathering provided all the elements for the enjoyment of the large body of people who viaited Randwick on Thurs day, The day passed off without any serious mishaps. The following are the details : — HANDICAP HUBDIifl BACH, Of 5 sovs each, with 200 sovs. added ; second, 50 sovs. About two miles. T. Crain's b m Goldleaf, by Grosvenor— dam by Winchel8ea, aged, 9 0 (Curran) ? 1 H. E. and A. V. White's b f Llena, 4 yrs, 11.5(Whilley) ... ? 2 T. Keating's b g Favour, aged, 12 7 (H. Underwood) ? ? 3 The other starters were— Havana, Juvenile, Escort, Division, Vendome, Trillo. Oliver, and Stranger. Betting.— 3 to 1 agst Favour, 6 to 1 agat Escort, 7 to 1 agst Goldleaf, 8 to 1 each agat Havana, Division, and Llena, 10 to 1 agst others; At the half mile Stranger went up to Gold leaf, but she came away, at once, and waa never he...
LOCKING THE DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
. LOCKING THE DARLING. The system of locks and weirs proposed to be constructed in the Biver Darling, and now to be made over for inquiry to the Public Works Committee, will render permanently navigable a lsngth of about 175 miles — that is, including the length which will be rendered navigable by the lock and weir under construction near Uourke. .Excluding this length, the navigation made permanent by the locks and weirs now proposed to be undertaken is about 150 miles. The estimated cost of these works ia £130,000, bo that the proposed outlay is under ,6870 per mile of river. The minimum depth of wator provided for — that is, the depth imine d ately bo'ow every lock aud 'w«ir — u 6ft. The depth held back by each of the weirs between Bourke and Brevvarrina — that is the depth immediately above the weirs — will be 13ft. while in the case of the Brewarrina weir it will be 19fb. The quantity of water held back by the system of weirs from Bourke to Brewar rina, including that under con...
SECOND DAY.—SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
Second Day.— Saturday, Deoembbb 28, The A. J O. Summer Meeting was continued and concluded on the above date. The weather waB unpleasant, the heat being oppressive, and a heavy shower of rain which fell before the run« ning of the Summer Cup only rendered the heat greater. The rain and bail greatly interfered with the chances of many of the Cap candidates. The attendance numbered 10 000. Results ;— CHRISTMAS HANDIOAP. One mile, J. Barnet's b h Newcastle, by Splendor— Ca- milla, 6 yra. 8 1 (R. Ellis) ... ... ... 1 W. A. Long's b f Ordaanoo, 3 yrs, 7.10 (0. Ettrldge) ? ... ,„ 2 H. O. White's b i Saotoh Luooie, 4 yra, 6.13 (H, Fioldqr) ? -.„ „. .., 8 $}Q stbss ptw;eK w^ploalHt?i Stem1 mond, Buccleugh, Erowhon, Confidence, Cart. . ridge, Volney, Elton, Cooee, Charioteer, and Bide-a-wee. : ;. At the distance Newcastle shot to the front and won by a couple of lengths from Ordnance, who waa about: that distance in advance of Scotch Lassie, with Bide-a-wee and Confidence next'. Time, lmin. ...
TUMBARUMBA PONY AND GALLOWAY RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
TUPARUMBA PONY AND D ALLOW AY , RACE CLUB. On Boxing Day the Pony and Galloway Rac6 Club held their meeting, the weather being all that could be desired, The attendance waa not up to expectations. The racing was anything but satisfactory. The stewards called up the riders of Joe and Silvertail in the Cbrlotmts Handioap for auspicious riding, and dismissed them with a caution, It appears Mr. 8. White' head has entered a protest against Frailty for the Maiden Plate, but the club cannot decide the matter until they make como enquiries. Th pony Joq nnd the owner were dipqunlifled for ono your for suapieiouo racing in the hurdle con,j tQPti mi tb® jockey iggtaiston, f,Qr ttufie s«a^ The stewards are likely to deal harshly with an other jnokey or two before the week is over. In the Hurdle Race Joe contrived to baulk at one of the distance jumps, when the rider came vS. In a style that would do credit to a circus acirobat, The racing resulted as follows : — Miniature Handicap, 4 sovb.,, fi...
TUMBARUMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
TUMBARUMBA. (FROM OUB OWN COBBESPONDENT.) Christmas week in and around Tumbarumba was very quiet, there being nothing but a few dozen extra people about the streets, and a so'i tary flag to denote the great festive season. The old custom of decorating business premises with boughs or evergreens has been dispensed with, and in its stead shop fronts are covered with seasonable goods. How very- different to the uuiuuaaj ui iea or ii'ceen years ego, out it seems in thisreapeot Tumbarumba can claim to be on a level with other parts of the colony. The weather waa perfect for all outdoor amuse ment, bat attractions . in this line were few Oa Christmas Day a special servica was held in St. Jude's Church of England by R*v. J. D. Nicblson. The cburoh was tastefully decorated with flowers and ferns, and a large congregation assembled. Mrs. Browne presided at the organ and conducted the musical portion of the ser' vice. . On Christmas Day a orioket match was .com menced between teams representi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
Gome one! Come all! Gome along! TO EXTRAORDINARY, GREAT, GRAND, AND GLORIOUS OP BOUGHT AT A REDUCTION OF 33^ PER CENT. opJb/8 mfikE a saved, 333 PER CENT. This Great, Grand, and Glorious $Ae will bring happiness and oontentment to many homes dutH^tha^approaching Xmastide. The great reduction of 6 ?. 81 in the £ is e quivalent to a reduction of ONE POUND in THREE, or TWO POUNDS in SIX. For example— : ?'? ' Lot 1.— Ladies' ZEPHYR COSTUMES ; usual price 213., now 14:3. Lot 2.— Ladies' TRIMMED HA.TS; usual ^ price 10s. 61., now 7d. Lot 3.— TURKISH TOWELS, large size; usual price Is., now 8 J. Lot A.— Gent's TWEED SUITS, tailor made j usual price 80s., now 203. Lot 5.— Boys' TWEED or GALATEA SUITS, K.B. or sailor; usual 'price V 6 '., now 4:3. . ? Lot 6.— Gentlemen's WHITE SHIRTS, usual price 4s. 63., now 3s. Lot 7.— Gent's TWEED COATS ; usual price 8a. 6d., now 5s. 6d. Lidies and Gentlemen, be it remembered that no storekeeper caa serve you well unlesa he buys well himself, and in the m...
SPORTING. TURF NOTES. (BY ATLAS.) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
7 SPORTING. TURF NOTES. (BY.STLAS.) Mr. JT. C. Forster s chestnut gelding Target, by The Barb — Target, was killed «fc the Licensed Victuallera' Raca MuetiDg on Friday, Some years ago Target was a fairly good horse, but of late his legs have been very 'dicky,' and his trainer could never give him the work necessary to enable the old horse to be seen at bis best. Three years ago Target was considered good enough to be entered for the Caulfield and Mel bourne Cap?. As a four-year-old he won tbe President's Purse (9.6) and Bracelet (9.10) at the Benambra and Tallangatta Club a Meeting. At 5 years, Target, with 8.10 in the saddle, was successful in the Trial Stakes, one mile, at Kyneton, Kos«uth (6.12) being second, and Comedian (8.0) third ; time, lmin. 44sec. At Moonee Valley, carrying 8 0, he was again to the fore in the Trial States, five and a half furlongs ; Sir John (8.6) being second, and Templestowe (6.10) third; time, lmio. 6£3ec. Again, at Williamstowa, he was victorious iu t...
CARRATHOOL JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
CABBATHOOL JOCKEY CLUB. : The Carrathool Races were held on 28th ult,, with the following results:— .Maiden Plate.— Sonny, 1 ; Vera, 2 ; Damo cles, 3. 1 Howlong HandtoAp, — Lindsay, 1 ; Saxon, 2 j Lindsay Gordon, 3, Selling- Stakes.— Starlight, 1 ; Acrobat, 2 ; Malcolm, 3. OabTbathool Handicap. — The Boes Tailor 1 ;,8ixon, 2 ;' Fearnaught, 3. HACK Race— Vain Hope, 1; Midget, 2; Adonis, 3. - ? ?
GREENSGUNYAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
CREENSGUWAH RACES. The above races came off on Boxing Day and were well attended. The following is the result of the racing t— f Maiden Plate, of 5 sovs.— Nimble 1, Enos 2« Gbeensgonyah Handicap, of 10 so vs.— Fair Play 1, Liberty 2. Bbookong Handicap, of 7 bovs.— Try Boy 1, Nimble 2. Flying Handicap, o£ 8 sovs.-rDarknes8 1, Fair Play 2. -Hack kaob, of 3 bovs. — Enos 1, Miy 2. , - '.Consolation Stakes, of 5 sovb.— Liberty 1. 'Explosion 2.
MAX O'RELL ON AMERICAN RAILWAYS AND HOTELS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
MAX O'RELL M AMERICAN RAILWAYS AND HOTELS. ? . — $, ? : ? The Americans, like the French, have no initiative and lack public spirit. The English are the only people who are served by their servants, let the servants be the ministers of the Crown, the directors of public companies, or mere railway porters. m _ _ . ? ! ? . ? i ? T_i ? Ti-.ll- . ? io every one wuuiu iiuuu joum \my_a a salary he says : ' Please to remember that you are the servant of the public.' When the English appoint a new official, high or low, it is a new servant that they add to their household. When the French and the Americans appoint a new official, it is a new master that they give to themselves to snub them and to bully them. For example, when the English railway com panies started running sleeping curs, the public said to them : ' We do not wish to be herded up together like hop-pickers; you will please have the cars divided at night into two parts by a curtain, so that our ladies may be spared the annoyanc...
THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
? THE INTERQOLOMIAL CflipKET MATCH. NEW SOUTH WALES v. VICTORIA. The intercolonial cricket match between New 'Pouth Wales and Victoria was commenced dt =the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Thursday las' . and concluded on Tuesday, the New South Welshmen winning by 123 runs. The feature of ' the match was the splendid bowling bj M-'Kibbin, who in the ..second innings of Victoria took, eight wickets ior 98 : runs, Fifty.fm matches have now. been played between thesi colonies, of which Victoria has won 30 and New South Wales 25. ? Scores as follows : — - '. - NevtSouth Wales. ? ? First Innings. 'IfrDonnan, b Harry ? ... . ... ICO A'. 0. . M'Kenzio, c H. Trott, b A. E Trott... 46 F.-Irechle, c A. E. Trott, b Trumdle ... 31 'W. A. Richardson, o H. Trott, b 0. M'Leod 7d F. Walters, c Trumble, b G. M'Leod .... 2 ?G. Youtll, hit wicket, b A. E Trott ... 34 ?3. Oould, c C. M'Leod, b A. E. Trott ... U Ti, W, Garrett, c Laver, b A. E, Trott ... 5 T. B. M'Kibbin, run out ... ... ..: 0 J. J. Kelly, ...
MR. JUSTICE WINDEYER. GRANTED SIX MONTHS' LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
feffi. JUSTICE WINDEYER. — ., .*? .i . — GRANTED SIX MONTHS' LEAVE. The Cibinet on Tuesday resolved to. accede to an application received from Mr. Justice Windeyer tor six months' leave of absence, as his health has broken down through mental Btrain and pressure of ? work. It is understood that it is not Mr. Justice Windeyer s intention to resume his seat on th« benoh at the termination of his leave, as he has already served several years over the period entitling him to a pension. He will, on his retirement, draw an allowance of £1800 a year.
TERRIBLE SHOOTING ACCIDENT. A LADY KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 3 January 1896
TERRIBLE SHOOTING ACCIDENT. ? ©— ? A LADY KILLED. A fatal shooting accident occurred in the Beech Forest on Tuesday morning, the cir cumstances of which are of a particularly distressing nature. Mr. William Fulton, partner in the local firm of Bslyea and Fulton, waa staying in the Beech Forest, at the residence of Mra^Powney, for the benefit of his health, which has been very delicate for some time past. Early on , Tuesday morning Mr. Fulton was sitting upon the verandah, when he noticed a satin-bird in a fruit tree eating the fruit* He got his gun and shot the bird, which he gave to Mrs. Powney, who took It into the houde, where Mr. Fulton supposed she remained. He resumed his seat upon the yerandah, close to the door, and shortly afterwards noticed a slight disturbance in some currant bushes, and fancied he saw a bird there. He again fired, and on going to see the result was horrified to find Mrs. Powney lying dead under the bushes. The shot appeared to have taken effect in the he...