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TO THE EDITOR OF THE ALBURY BANNER. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

Ito the editor of tiik ^lbueiy banneb. ism, — Can you infc»:a uio iu your next ibsue - if there is any local laniket for wa±:ta gum, and if ihero is. whnt is is woitls per ponud ? ThaDk- - !B(j you ia iUiiioipalion aud cadobius my card. DOUBTFUL. [Thero is no local market for the article -*» Ea. A.B.l

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

HAVE YOU ATTENDED _. I ? ^^ ? * ^ k - * mSF dF^b 'ftfiS'T 'hv^' TUTS '- ,'.-'?- '? #\ i I 1 l^kl IF88 V^ ^^ ? - '! ? ' MUST BE ? ; Cleared at any price. Advices to hand state that the Steamship with the NEW WINTER GOODS on board has passed through the Suez Canal. STARTLING REVELATIONS WILL FOLLOW HER ARRIVAL; JOHN F. MALONEY, u^^a jLJa .Us© H»F Ji^/'iMr m

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUNEE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

JUNEE RAGING CLUB. The fullowing are tho weights : — JDNKH GUI'. - -_ , One mile and a quarter, „ Bt- lb st. lo1. Escnpado ... 9 12 Lady Phreba ... 7 a Oatspaw ... 8 8 Pretender (A. de Orient ? 8 4 Lauret's) ... 7 0 Early Morn ... 8 0 Token. ? fi 12 Ganmain ... 7 10 Mimosa ? 6 9 Kinderspiel ... 7 7 Goldstein ... 6 t Marshal Neil ... 7 3 MaBCoraa. ...6 7 Acceptance due 18th February at 0 p.m. X, 0i HUMPH8YS, H.On, Secretary,

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

GENERAL SPORTING. An eleven of Albury will play a match Bgainst 15 of Thurgoona on the local cricket ground to morrow, and on Wednesday next tha Sydney railway team, who have been on a visit to Mel bourne, will probably stay in Albary add play a match against the local cricketers. In the Oarlton v. University cricket match, concluded on Saturday, the former put up an Australian record for one innings, making a total of 924, Worrall contributing 415 not out. The previous best record in Australia was 828, made by the Melbourne club, In the match East Melbourne aga:nst Richmond, the former in their first innings scored 876 (Vautin 274 M'Alister 186, L^wis 144). The Melbourne club made 683 in the first innings against St. Hilda. At Adelaide on Siturday, ia the match Ado. laide against Norwood, Darling made 120, G. Giffsn 125, and Rosraai 60 not out. At the call of time only six Adtldde wickets had fallen for a total of 474 runs. With reference to the proposed match between the Aub ra'.i...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SENSATIONAL INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

SENSATIONAL INCIDENT. A sensational incident occurred at the Q.ueenscliff jetty on the Gth inst , just before the arrival of the steamer from Sorrento. The jetty was crowded with excursionists, when Mr. Lewis Williams, auctioneer of Lancefield, accidentally fell into the sea. He could not swim, and a Mr. Master3 impulsively plunged in to his aid, but the contact with the water reminded him of the important fact that he could not swim either. Mr. Masters fortunately was able to eave himself by clinging to the jetty walisgs. A Mrs. Twomey, who is staying at the Grand Hotel with her brother, Mr. John Hayes, exclaimed to a lady friend, ' If only my brother were here he could save that man.' Mr. Hayes was quickly found, threw off his coat, dived off the jetty, and gallantly struck out for the drowning man, reaching him just as he was going under apparently for ? the last time. Mr. Hayes brought Mr. Williams to land with the aid of a hnij which was thrown to their assistance. At first it ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING. APRIL 4 AND 5. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY OLUB AUTUMN MEETING. APEITj 4 AND 5. - ?'-; The following entries were received on Men*, day last for the undermentioned events :—? DONOASTER HANDICAP, Of 20 sovs. each, with 1000 so vs. added ; second* 200 bovb j third, 100 sovs. One mile. Vagabond Tricolour Jack o' Lantern True Blue San Marco Te Whiti Rosebery Coo-ee Stiletto Sir George Malachite Nobleman The Meddler Dalmeney Valiant Vanitas Confidence Inspiration! Conrallie Acmena Tire Gaulus Riyal Rose Little Agne^ Ronda Waterfall Patroness Masketoon Laura Ordnance All There Cabin Boy Patrons Delaware Siyles Astronomer Albicore Schoolboy Cravat Mount Victoria Response Hindoo Glare Ilchester Adoration Amour S idur Rackarook; Balance The sketch Candour Wnakawatea Skylark Bradford Form Scipio Slumber Leonidas Newcastle Bloodwcod* Clondalkin Elton Music Euroka Kallatina Saddle Up Mundiva The Gem Prince Chester/ FiniB Challenger Disfigured The Hermit Trentham Merman Pilatus Alabaoulia - Tbe Parisienne' Oarlton Tradg...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

tr /-.„ /~if if ' ™ 0f P&aCB-sfcdfj;, Feter/jiam, rpHANKING his numeron kind customers, b/ -s to mentio' i'that his NEXT VISIT will be as JL usual in APRIL NEXT, the Sixteenth Y/ir of hia Hall yearly Galls. Hia Yearly Arrange ments will be THIRTY SHILLINGS, an Vif found to be general.y desired his visits will be THREE TIMES during the year, bat Ma/If act urers sa well as Musicians (the late Sir Chaa. Halls' amongst the number) have stated that ,#uning Twice Yearly is sufficient in all climates, ani that more frequent Tunings tend to deteriorate a good instrument.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A VIOLENT LUNATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

A VIOLENT LUNATIC. Last Tuesday a man named George 'White was arrested at Quirindi on a charge of luoacy. The unfortunate man was very violent in the cells and during the afternoon took off his ehirt, and after tearing it threw it out of the window left at the top of the cell for ventilation. Constables Clarke and Stracban, discover ing that the man was partially unclothed, took to the cell another Bhirt, and as they were going out, White made a rush and dashed past them, reaching the verandah of the court-house, where the constables overtook him. A tussle here ensued, and 'White, being an exceptionally powerful man, gave the police a considerable amount of trouble. Mr. Allnutfc, C.P.S., ' was sitting in his room at the time, and, although he heard the noise, at first thought it was in tho cell. It soon, how ever, dawned on him that 'White was on the verandah. Mr. Allnutt accordingly went to the constables' assistance, and ! obtaining a leather belt strapped thy man's legs (for he w...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

THE PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD. The intentions of the Public Service Board continue to supply the Civil ser vants with matter for uneasy speculation. Most of them profeBS now to be resigned to whatever fate may be in store for them 'So long as we are all treated alike I don't care' is a phrase which is fre quently used, especially amongst the rank and file. The impression exists that the board will go in-a good deal for ' amalga mation.' Mr. Barling, it is argued, is very favorable to this course, a-» shown bj the retrenchment eflected by him in the Works Department. It is of course impossible to amalgamate two depart ments having separate Ministerial heads, but within the departments there are numerous branches which in many cases will be vigorously pruned and reduced in number. A confidential letter has been sent round to the heads of departments asking them to supply a return of the various officers required by them, together with the salaries they are now receiving, and the salaries w...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. UNSUITABLE ATTIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

INTERCOLONIAL ITEMS. UNSUITABLE ATTIRE. The Sydney correspondent of the Wes tern Advocate says that, speaking at Campbelltown the other day, the Gover nor expressed surprise that the Sydney folk adhered to the English f ishions re garding male attire. Daring the recent Bcorching days most of the men he had met were, he remarked, clothed in gar ments of dark tweed, whilst many of them had silk hats on their bead*. That custom he could not for the life of him understand. Perhaps he will understand it after he has been in the colony for another year. The Sjdaey climate is a ' very tricky oi?e ; in the morning, for ex ample, the shade register on the thermo meter may be 95deg , whilst at 4 o'clock in the afternoon it may be 30 !eg. lower. That kind of thing has often happened, ? . and this is the principal reason why so many of the citizens don, in the summer mornings, clothing which seems to be too warm for the weather. Mr. F. A. Wright, tbe member f-^r Glen Innes, fre quently wears a ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAD DROWNING ACCIDENT. THREE GIRLS DROWNED. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

SAD DROWNING ACCIDENT. THREE GIRLS DROWNED. A shocking calamity occurred at CaaCerton on Tuesday afternoon at about 6 o'clock, three young girls being drowned In a deep waterhola of the Glenelg River, about 12 miles from there. A daughter of Alfred Gilpin, a laborer, was bathing, Gud, gettirjg out of her depth, an attempt to rercuo her was mad* r.y Edith Humphries, agjd 16, and Osrolinr Humphries, aged 14, daugh ere of Henry R Humphries, a fdtmer, of Bihgillah. It 5s not known, wherher dife.- of the two older girls could swim, but the unfortunate result of their brave attempt was that nil throe lost their lives. An effort v?qs mado to recover ono of the older girls' bodies, but it was utiGuccpapful, although a young man succeeded in getllpg bold of tha eirl, Tfcie waterbola ia about 14ft. deep. QJplA'a fought** W9? about II yeara ot $»p, ?

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNGABAREENA (15) V. THURGOONA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

IIUNQABAREENA (15) V. THUBGOONA. The abov8 teams played a match on Saturday last, which resulted in a close game, Thurgoona winning by 10 runs. Buntnn doing the best work on the side of Mungabareena — scoring 28 tuna and securing'8 wickets at a cost of 12 runs. Bunton clean bowled the whole 8 wickets. For Thurgoona, Joe Day took 9 wickets for 22 and J. Hall 4 for 4. Jas. Day was ag^in in good form with the bat, scoring 38 runs, whilst E. Hore also played well for 14. Scores !— MUNGABAEEHNA Alblston, b Joe Day ... ... ... ... 1 J Dallinger, b Joe Day ... ... ... 0 Townsend, o, b foe Day ... ... ... 3 Deyereux, b Joe Day ... .„ ? ... ... 0 Bunton, b Jie Day ? ? 28 Wilson, b J Day ... ? 6 Ringwood, o, b Joe Day ? 0 M'Intyre, o, b Joe Day ? 1 Blowers, o, b Hall ? ? 5 M Dallinger, c, b Hall ? ' ? Q Ran, b Hall ? 0 Fuller, b Hall ... ? 8 . Kennedy, b Joe Day ,. ? ... 1. Ryan, b Hall ? 0 J. Kennedy, not oat ? 0 -. ? Sundries ... ... ... ?«? ... 6 Total ... ... ? 64 TBUBQOONA. J«8 Day, b Bu...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

ALBURY BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. V The following are the collections from 1st ?'?- ..-? ' ' April to 31st December, 1895 :— ''.,_, ,''r ' Collected by Mrs. C. H.;.Dight and Mrs. -' --''.' ., ' Pearson. — Mr. Adams .£1 'is, Mrs. T. A. Browne £1, Mrs. M!Linnanl2', Mrs. Hawkins 12 1, Mrs. T. H. Griffith 12s Mrs. M'E\chem ' - 12i, Mr. Paine 12', Mr. Wallder 12', Mr. Dinemore 12j, Mrs. Roxburgh 10 j, Mrs. Wig- . '.';? more 10s, Mrs. L-*e 10s, Mrs. WilkiDsoD, ' ? sen., 103, Mra. T. K. Brown 10a, Mrs. Dale . . - '. 10a, Mrs. Fleming 9?, Mra. F. HayeB 9-, Mrs. Balding 9', Mrs. Mudge9i, Mrs. Peicival 9', Mrs. Burt 9j, Mrs. Kingsmill 9.!, Mrs. Creaghe 93, Mr. Snelaon 9j, Mrs. HanDah 8', Mrs. J. Wilkinson 12 1, Mrs. G. Carter 6j, Mrs. T'ipan 6*, Mr. Scanlan 6j, Nurse Fariell 5*, Misa Small 5i, Mr. Kirchner 5*, Mr. BatBtone 5', Mra. Meyer 3.- 6 I, Mr. Nagle 3s Mrs. Barkley 3-, Mrs. Brown 2t 6J, Miss Mathews 2- 61, Mr. Smirl 2^ G\, Mrs. Whitaker 2*, Mrs. Korf ' - 2s Mrs. Tucker 2s Mrs. Tolleth la, Mrs...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY PIRATES V. WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

ALBURY PIRATES V. WODONGA. On Saturday last the Pirates journeyed to Wodonga and played a match against the local cricketers. Wodonga were the victors by 41 runs. Hamilton and Walker (17 each) did best with the bat for the Pirates, and the principal contributors for WodoEga were Campbell 15, Hadley 15, Richardson 23, O'Connor and Stones 15 each. For Wodonga, Powell took eight wic kets for 23 ruts ; and for the Pirates, Doughton secured three for 23 and Griffith two for 19 The following are the scores : — PlEATES. Bellini, how, b Powell ... ? 2 Hamilton, b Powell ... ... ... ... 17 Foard, c Prentice, b Powell ? 0 Vile, c Stones, b Powell ...... ... 0 Ooz, b Hamilton ' ... ' ? 1 Bruce, b Powell ? ... 5 L. Griffith, c Richardson, b Powell ? 11 Doughton, o Duncan, b Powe'l ... ... 11 Hunter, b Powell ... ... .M; ... 3 Edwards, not out ? 0 {Talker, o Powell, b Campbell ... ... 17 ? Sundries ? ... 6 Total. ? 73 Wodonga. Campbell, b Vile ? 15 Hamilton, c Hunter, b Doughton ? 6 Powell, c Vi...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

E lith — ' I'm In a quandary .' Isabel — ' Hqw is that ? ' Edith—1* Tom promises tn stop drinking if I marry him, and J^ck t&re,at§aia ^9 begin, |f J d^a^ |'

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. ALBURY ASSOCIATION ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

CRICKET. ALBtJBY ASSOCIATION ENGAGEMENTS. February 15 — Gerinanton and (Julcairn, at Albury. February 22 — Benalla, at Benalla. February 29— Talgarno, a* Talgarno. March 7 — Oorowa, at Albury. March 14— Barnawartha. March 21 —Benalla, at Albury. April 3, 4 — East Melbourne, at Albury.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROMAN CATHOLIC. DEPARTURE OF THE REV. FATHER O'SULLIVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

89?™ CATHOLIC. ? DEPARTURE OP TBE REV. FATHER O'SULLIVAN. (PROM GOULBORN HERALD ) It is seldom our duty to announce the de parture of one of our residonta so deservndly popular or so universally respected ao the Bw, Father O'Sullivan, who .has left Goulburn for Albury, to which parish ha has been appoiuted. Shortly after his ordination the rev. gentle man arrived here, about three years and a half ago, and ha9 ever einca been attached io what may be termed the cathedral paush. Hia attainments soon brought him into prominence while his kindly disposition and unassuming manners soon endeared him to all 'classes. The Rev, Father O'SulHvan is in every reepec', a typical Irish priest, and wag in the discharge of hia duties both sincere and faithful. Erery man's friend and no man's enemy, he was deservedly popular and respscted by the mem bers of other denominations, and his personal popularity largely contributed to his success in the erection and improvement of church properties in cert...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOWONG TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

TOWONG TURF CLUB. - ; ' , The following entries have been received for ' '- the principal events in connection with the '. above club's annual race meeting to be held on . ' , the 6th and 6th March : — TOWONG HANDICAP. P. and W: Mitchell'a b g Waiwe, 5 yrs W, E. Phillips's b g Bruce, 3 yra ' ' JY M 'Donald's blk gGlendower, aged O. W. Wheeler's cb. g Scandal, i yrs ? . K, Pierce's b f Glenmary, 4 yra T. Paton's bf Devotion, 4 yrs T. Paton's b g Blue Blood, 4 jra J. Whitehead'e b g Pickpocket, 3 yra J. Whitehead's g g Glory, 6 yra J. Stubau'a blk h Glenholm, 5 yrs. publicans' pobsb. '?'.?'? P. and W. Mitchell's b g Warwe, 6 yra T.' Paton's b f Devotion, 4 yrs T. Paton's b g Blue Blood, 4 yrs K. Pierce's b t Glenmary, 4 yrs O. W. Wheeler's ch g Scandal, 4 yrs ? J. M'Donald's blk g Glendower, aged W. B. Phillips's b g Bruce, 3 yrs J. Whitehead's b g Pickpocket, 3 yra J. Whitehead's g g Glory, 6 yra J. Stubau'a blk h Glenholm, 6 yrs, HUBDI/H BACB, J. Waters's gJi Votary, 6 yrs G...H. Ba...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

FOR LASSITUDE!, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEA.DACHB, . BACKAQHB, ko., Take a couple of Ktatcher's Kms every second night ; they are a|g|rb!npt ajsu nf&a cure and give certain reliefjii ,W 'M FLETCHER^^&LS^ a qujjflc, sure and reliable remed^^iBJill^lsmaplalnts^ising fiorn torpid liver, i^jdij$}|t|!|n, weak ^fftnach, and impurities ojptha D'jg^n1. They aijfijprepared on rational anapenaib|||ines and dtyjaot contain a pattiolo ,io'p?calora|l\|%amboge, g./Jaay drastic purgatiyoj?' hut -iSp^wa by perfectly natural inean^Sij? Btimyptingf^he liver iiiH inci easing the fl^j.^of bilcf'and this producb^easy evaoaa dor^Jaiid natural oatharses wither *, the annoy an&fand pain of griping and put^g. s^Beware of the many harmfuL'Mibstitutes on sole in many shops. None are 'leonine unless they bear the signature of F. B|pore Clements on the outside wrapper. OLEMKMTS TONIO and FLETCHER'S PILLS have become Bttch household words that imitations ire frequently offer...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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DISTRICT NEWS. FINELY. MONDAY, February 10. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

DISTRICT NEWS. f/rtLEY. (FBOM OUE OWN OOBBESPONDENT.) Monday, February 10. Since last report the conditions of weather are extremely changeable with occasional storms. February 2nd, boisterous winds and very low temperature, with occasional light wind storms during the fortnight. The evening of the 8th, very close atmosphere and a hazy sky, as also the early part of the evening of tbe 9th, Since the 4th the sunset has been extremely reddish, which mostly indicates dry weatlur. Water for domestic uses is just becoming scarce, and in two instances water is being carted from the Murray. For stock purposes, the deep wells supply their wants. The local Government well supplying the present requirements of many who have not the advantage of such wellB nearer home. Dams are in many instances being cleared out, making better provision for the rainfall. A farm about three miles from here, the property of Mr. Gibson, comprising about 1200 acres, has been let on a three years lease at a nomina...

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