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

Announcements.   REES—BROWNE.—December 11th 1895, at Min-   namurra, Coonamble, by the Rev M. Scott Fletcher, B. A., John Marles Rees, to Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter of A. Browne, late of Fairview, Urangeline   DEATH   MITCHELL.—The dearly beloved infant of George and Margaret Ann Mitchell, Flowerdale, Urangeline Creek, who departed her life from us on 4th February 1896 at Urana aged 14 days       Oh God has thought it best to call our darling home to rest —Inserted by her father and mother. IN MEMORIAM. In loving remembrance of our dear brother, who died at his parents' residence, Urana, 8th Feb- ruary, 1893, aged 22 years. R.I.P.   Dearest brother, how we miss you. None but loving hearts can tell;   Earth has lost you, heaven has found you, Jesus doeth all things well.     Blessed, happy brother, in heaven above, On earth short was your stay;   Because the Lord ...

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

THE TICER AGAIN. A correspondent at Byaduk writes that all the dogs in the township were very much excited the other night, and their barking was so incessant that few of the residents failed to notice that the animals were giving the moon, or something else, an unusually fierce baying. Next morn ing Mr. Falkenberg found four of his sheep lying dead in the paddock, and when searching for the cause he dropped on either a uew Tantanoola- tiger or the same old animal that broke away from its circus years ago. It seems that the tiger was bigger than ever, for Mr. Falkenberg describes it as being about as big as most horses, and of the colour of all properly bredtigers, which do notexhibit hereditary taint of any kind. Like most of the Tantanoola tigers that have been dis covered, Mr. Falkenberg's animal was Bhy and it retired from tho presence of a man and two dogs with all possible expedition. Mr. Folkenberg says his dead sheep were bitten all over by some foroc'ous destroyer of unfort...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

The municipal election on Saturday last was probably the most quiet, or tamest, ever recorded since the incorporation of the town. The voting was small, the amount paid up in order to qualify voters was much below the average, and the usual demonstration of public interest in the contest was entirely wanting. The result of the voting was exactly that anticipated in our last issue. The two retiring members were re-elected, and Mr. Carkeek filled the remaining vacancy. The significance of this result is too im portant to be overlooked. Mr. Carkeek is an able man with considerable experi ence in local government, and he comes here with a good record from a neighbor- ing shire. He is, however, comparatively   a stranger in Albury, whilst both of his defeated opponents have been for some time established in the town, and one of them is entitled to rank among our oldest residents. That under ordinary circum- stances a newcomer should have beaten Mr. Thomas would perhaps be ca...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION. DECLARATION OF THE POLL, On Monday at noon the Returning-officer   attended at the court-house and announced the result of the polling as follows : — For Aldermen. D. S Watson ... ... ... 463 W. Carkeek ... ... ... 360 G. H Billson ... ... ... 357 W. N. Edmondson ... ... ... 297 John Thomas ... ... ... 287   For Auditors. J. Henderson ... ... ... 336 C. A. Conley ... ... ... 330 A. A. Jones ... ... ... 264   The Returning-officerdeclared Messrs.,   Watson, Carkeek, and Billson duly elected as   aldermen, and Messrs. Conley and Henderson as auditors. The newly elected aldermen then returned thanks for their election. Alderman Watson said that to tell them he was flattered by and thankful for the great honor they had done him was very inadequately to express the feeling by which he was animated. They might take it, however, that he regarded the result as an expression of their approba tion of his ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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ALBURY HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 14 February 1896

ALBURY HOSPITAL COMMITTEE.   —                         The monthly meeting was held on Monday. i'1 Mr. M'Lennan occupied the chair, the other j members present being Messrs, Justice, Potts, '' Chapman, Tietyena, Carkeek, M'Erchern. . ;   After tbe confirmation of minutes a letter - was read from Mrs. Ditchfield resigning her   position as night nurse. The resignation was accepted with expressions of regret. A letter was read from Mr. Affleck, vice- president, intimating his resignation as mem ber of committee, owing to his election to the vice-presidentship. Mr. Affleck's resignation   was accepted, and Mr. W. Parker appointed to fill the vacancy. The report of the treasurer was read show ing — total subscriptions and donations, £130 13s. 1d.; expenditure £140 ; credit balance a...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

Typhoid fever Is alarmingly prevalent at Wagf?a. Matthew Burnett, the great temperance evangelist, is dead. During the heat wave a number of kangaroos on Wilgaroo Station burrowed into the sand, covered themselves with it as much as possible, and died (says the Nepean Observer). The cats at a station in this district were noticed lying in water with juat their heads out. At Nelyambo Station, when the thermometer registered 125 in the shade, the house and-outhou9es were swarming with mag pies and other birds trying to escape the pitiless heat. Probably the most 'ludi crous thing reported was the persistent attempts of a large turkey gobbler to cram his suffering carcass into a half bucket of water j while the ladies of the hare.ro orow4e4 PPUR^ & swpltering envy.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

£QAA AAA At death from jfi-fl /a AAA Weekly if totally . . ' , '? OUU,UW accident. 3blD,UUU disabled. FOR Cash Cus&cpners j^/olutelj Free of Cost. The advantages of Infturan'lJ are s-'**TQatJthaJ,a],y«uM like to insure, but many cannot - bear the expense. ? £r^''. ''^-BHtMSawW^ . MATE! and Co. now'come to the rescue, and offer Policies free to all Cash Cus tomers at theiP 'warehouse who purchase five shillings worth in any one depait ment (grocery purchases to include at least lib. of Tea. A Free Accident Insurance Policy which holds good for seven days from date of issue will be given. £50 payable at death from accident, or £1 weekly for ten weeks if totally disabled, which is the limit that can be covered on one life, no matter how many policies may be held ; but it is competent for each member of the family to hold one, hence the whole household can be insured. T. H. MATE! and Co. Limited are the only merchants in the Albiiry district who are authorised to issue the Free ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

Soles by Auction. Important Auction Sale . OP PROPERTIES. In the Junes, Ooolamon & Temora Districts. SATURDAY, 29*h FEBKUAET, 1896. Bl OBDEB OF THH MOBTGAG&ES. T A.WLI8S and CO. have received inatruo J 1 tiona 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 JaRee, Coolamon, and Temora Railway . . - ' Stations, and comprising splendid Grazing and Agricultural &and, Not to be surpassed in these well-known ? Districts : — . LOT 1-548 acres 2 roods C.P. Land, county of Olarendon, pariah of Jnnee, known as ? North Park, at present occupied by Mr. 0 f Frost. This property is |ftuated one mile from the tomm'spf Junef|; is highly im proved, well waited, ser&rely fen||d and conveniently subaiyided|400 acre||leared and ready for thei'lougf , Splen||a land, 800 acres of whichlle f tfthin thejborough bound?#, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

V* ,-? X- 3MC S8* C^' KT j9l 3SBT SB? 1ST ? O tSF 3£ CB'EBi i,'J- ME. MAUBIGB PALM, r( : Chief Operator and Representative of the City Dental Co., t; OF 283 COLLINS-STKEET, MBLpUEHB, ~'.- ' ' -- ;- ? ' WILL AGAIK .-S-f&| ' PAY A VISIT TO AJLBURY,'. ? ' ? ' -ft « ., 0N I* . TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, TfflBSI^&y? ™Ay- ^PCH l7» »*i 19- ™ 20 . SPECIAL NOTICE. ^' ^r^^^g (£io ios ). // ^s^jir1, ..a ? -„ — , - BsJ SPECIAL #ICE. ' V^-1' —fir- R J A Full £^c of Teeth ) $fk from -f$ guinea («£1 BM Is.) ff ten guineas 5-^ (^BlO/ys). Combination 18-carat Gold PhiivteTlatee at £5 Bs/^U set. Unexcelled for wear and comfoifi Painlessly fitted by Patent Atmospheric Suction wij*' put claspB or springe. Gtjabantbbd fob -All extractions guaranteed Absolutely PainlesB \ff& Spec?al ProcfBB uBed so successfully for — *ears only by Mr. MAURICE PALM. Plates fltt^-without unnecessary extractions of stumps, if lequired. Perfect mastication, fit, and life-like ao^arance assured. Our Treatise ...

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SUMMARY OF LANDS RECENTLY MADE AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

SUMMARY OF LANDS RECENTLY MADE AVAILABLE. The following areas were set apart during the Vreek ending 15th instant, for homestead selec tion:— Forbes Land Diatrict, on Wongngong Holding, 2694 acres, in 4 blocks ; areas range from 488 to - 797 acres:; distant 12 to 14 miles from Forbes ; capital value, 25s. per acre ) will be available , 86th March, 1898. Parkes Land Diatrict, on Warregal Holding, 7710 acres, in 7 blocks ; areas range from 770 to to 1280 acres ; dntant 9 to 13 milea from Forbes and Parkes ; capital value, 203. per uore ; will be available 26 h March, 1890. Wagga Wagga Land District, on Berry -Jerry and Arajoel Holding, 848 acres, in 2 blocks of 424 acres each ; distant 24 miles from Naran dera ; capital value, 35s. per acre j will be available 12th March, 1896. FOR SETTLEMENT LEASE. Moree Land District, on Mongyar Holding, 1 block of 2171 acreB ; distant 25 milea from Moree, 67 from Moree, and 65 from Narrabri ; capital value, 253 per acre ; rental, 3§d per acre ; Wil...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. %;?'- Wednesday. February 19. Goldsbrottqh, Moet, and Co Ltd. report : — . . Wheat. — The tone of this market remains steady, and values show no change on the week. ?-There is a steady demand from millers, but no disposition is evinced to purchase beyond present , requirements. The values ruling in Bome of the country towns are still above Melbourne equiva lent, but sales effected do not represent any very large quantity. There was a fair inquiry at our auction sale to day, and a good clearance was 1'ffeoted at the following pricts, viz :— Prime milling (new), 5s ; old, is lljd ; fair to good, 4s 10d to 4a lid; inferior, up to 4* 9d. . Oats.— A better feeling exifcts in this market, and for prime Algerians there is a good inquiry, with prices showing a' tendency to firm. We quote : — White stouts up to 3s 4d for prime ; ordinary feed, 3$ 2d to 3d 3d ; Algerian seed par eels, from 33 3d to 3s -1-1 ; prime milling, 3s 2d ; fair to good feed, 3s to 33 Id ; infer...

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NEW SOUTH WALES LAND NOTICES. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

HEW SOUTH WALES LAN® NOTICES. HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS AVAILABLE. The undermentioned blccka of land will be available for homestead selection on and after 27th February :— District of Dubbo.. County Lincoln, parish Blackheath. One lot. See Banner 7th February. County Lincoln, parish Med way. Three lota. See Banner 31st January, District of Forbes. County Ashbnrnham, parish Dowling. Two lots, Cee Banner 7th February; The undermentioned blocks of land will be available for homeBtead selection on and after 5th March :— District of Corowa. Counties Townaend and Denison, parishes Wonnue and Woperana. Pors. 11 and 62, 374a 3r ; value of improve ments, £23 6s ; capital value, £562 2s 6d ; annual rent at 1J per cent, for first five years, £7 0s 6d ; survey fee, £6 7s 6d. County Denison, parish Woperana, Pors. Ill and 64, 474a 3r ; value of improve ments, €24 17s ; capital value, £664 13s ; annual rent, £8 6s 21 ; survey fee, £7 0a 9d Por. 107, 465a 3r ; value of improvements, £43 10s ; capital ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

ALBURY RETAIL PRICES CURRENT. Butter, 9d to Is 2d per lb 'Eggs, 8d per doz Ham, lOd per lb Bacon, 4d to 7d per lb. ' . Oats, 2s 6d to 3s per bushel ; Chaff, 53 per cwt Potatoes, 7s per cwfc . ??. t ? Barley, 3s to 4s per bushel Bran, lid per bushel Pollard, Is per bushel,

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SALE AT DENILIQUIN. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. COUNTRY LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

8ALE AT DENILIQUIN. Wednesday, February 26. country lots. Portions 16 and 67 of 320a and 132a respec. tively, parish Cockran. Upset prices, £1 13s 6d ; and £1 14s per acre. (Within special area 21,340. Upset prices include value of improve ments as follows s— Portion 16, £16 ; portion 67, £10 2s.) Portion 50 of 689a. parish North Conargo. Upset price, £2 13s per acre. (Upset price in cludes £381 12s Gi, value of improvements, Reserve 23,092 fromsale other than auction.)

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MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Wednesday, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

MELBOURNE PRICES CURRENT. Wednesday. February 19. The ruling prices are as follow: — Pork, '3d to 6d per lb; mutton, ljd to 3-Jd do; beef, 3d to 6d per lb. Poultry. — Fowls, 2a 6d to .4s 6d per pair; dncks, 3s to 5s per pair; geese, 3s 6d to 6a per pair : turkeyB, 6s te 20s per pair. Dairy Produce. — Cheese, 4d to 9d per lb ; eggs, lid to Is 3d per dozen ; butter, lOd to Is 3d per lb ; bread, 6d to 7d per 41b loaf ; honey, 4d to 6d per lb ; milk, 4d to 5d per quart ; ham, 7d to lOd per lb ; bacon, 5d to 8d do.

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SALE AT GRONG GRONG. MONDAY, APRIL 13. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

SALE AT GRONG GRONG. ?'-'. Monday. Apbil 13. Seventy-eight town lots, mostly J-acre, ranging from £4 to £30 per lot, See Banner 31st January. SUBURBAN LOTS. Portions 92, 93, and 9i of la 2r 19p, la, and la respectively, parish Lupton. Upset prices, £6 10s, £3 10b, and £3 10s respectively per lot Portions 146 to 180, from 2r 5p to 6a Or 20p, parish Barrembed. Upset prices, from £2 10s to £13 per lot.

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ALBURY FARMERS MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

ALBURY FARMERS' MARKET. F. W. Tbub reports sales on Saturday, February 15th, as follows .-—Butter (separator) ??'? ' : la 2d per lb, eggs 7Jd doz, bacon 2Jd to 4d per ? lb,- fresh mutton Is 2d to Is 81 per side, lamb Is 6d per side, hindquarters mutton to la 4d and fore quarters to 8d each, corned beef to 2d per lb, fowls Is 3d to Is 8d per pair, turkey gobblers 2s 6d each, potatoes 7s 8d per cwt, .bucking pigs (8 weeks) 4s each. Pumpkins, marrows, cucumbers, grapes, pears, &c, at good prices.

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SPECIAL AREAS PROCLAIMED. District of Cowra. (Open 19th March to 75 acres of £1 10s.) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

SPECIAL AREAS PROCLAlMiDD. District of Cowra. (Open 19th March to 75 aCrea at £i I63 \ Connty Batburst, parish Kenilworth, j»bira tion 72 of 75 acres. (Open 19th March to 140 acireB at £i i5s.) County Bathurat, parish Kenilworth. Por« tions 67, 68, 69 ; in all 140 ncree,

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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WAGGA FARMERS' MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

WAGCA FARMERS' MARKET. Messrp. Tompson, Manning, and Jeremy re port having held their usual weekly sale on Saturday last. The following are the prices realised : — Poultry.— Fowls, fro.na Is to 2s 9d per pair; ducks, 2a to 2s 3d ; turx'.eys, young, 3s to 3s 6 d per pair. Dairy rroduco.— Butte/, print Is Id per lb ; eggs, to lOJd per doz ; poi.k, dairy, 2d per lb. Fruit— Grapes, 6d to 10 per quarter case, 3s per big cace, and Is 6d fc.'er case of 181bs ; peaches. 6 i per bag of 4 doz ; nectarineB, Is per c ;se j figs, to Is 3i per small c& *e. Vegetables ^Tomatoes, la to .2s per case of 10 to I2ib {.cucumbers, 91 to In - er doz 5 watcr melons, 2d to 7a per doz ; oooku 8 d0» 3s per doz; China boans 1b per doz Farm Produce.— Oats (brown), ,2q 6d Per bushel ; chaff, 3s 6 i per cwt;. eapi} ' DaBB- 2b per doz ; potatoes, small, 4a 3d per cwC

Publication Title: Albury Banner And Wodonga Express
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SETTLEMENT LEASES AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 21 February 1896

SETTLEMENT LEASES AVAILABLE. The undermentioned farms will be available for settlement leoaeon and after 27th February:— District of Dubbo. County Lincoln, parish Breelong. Por. 4, 5120a ; valne of improvements, £360 ? capital value, £3072 j annual rent, £38 8a * survey fee, £25 19a Por. 5, 3946a ; value of improvements, £140; capital value, £2367 12a ; annual rent, £29 lls lid ; survey fee, £23 la. District of Deniliquin, County Oadell, parish Burrumbury. Pore. 19, 20, 21, and 23, 1687a 3r ; value of improvements, £40; capital value, £2381 12b 6d ; annual rent, £29 163 5J } survey fee, £15 153. District of Narandera. ? County Cooper, parish Yalgogoring. Por. 21, 2994a ; value of improvements, £652 : capital value, £1946 2s ; annual rent, £24 63 6d ; survey fee, £20 2s 6d Por. 22,6515a ; value of improvements, £922 ? capital value, £2945 5a ; annual rent, £36 16a 4d ; survey fee, £29 Is. Thg undermentioned farms will be available for settlement lease on and aftei 12th March :— Distr...

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